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r O M K R 0 Y t OHIO.
:;;;;:;;OCTOBER 21. lSSI.
tht XJiiivcrsutjst denomination, will preach
on n"xi Sunday hi SheffiolJ ni 3 o'clock P
M., and at the brick sqhoul houso in Pome
rov at early candle lifcliiinc ,
ANOTHER VriUG VICTORY t
Thu last arrival from California brings
partial returns or the late olectiou Tor Gov
ernor, Stato OlTicers, Congressmen. &c.
The returns were net full enough to give
the ontiro news, but enough was known to
give a tolerably accurate guess at tbo result.
Like Mai) laud, the peoplo of Culifornia
have had a trial of Locofocoisui, and they
I ave spurned it from tlicm. The IV. lr.
Tribune swim tin iho news, and iho moral
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iniTUUI III mi: iifiruniiij mww
When the State of California was organ
iod. the self styled "Democracy" took her
into their on nana annosi as a mmiur ui i i
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couise. They chose their own Governor
and Lieutenant, Members or Congress, u g
Uluturo and U. 55. Senators, filled all Judi
cial and Executive stations from their own
set, and seemed to net a if they had a war
rautee deed of power for all future ilino.
That confidence ban probably proved their
ruin. 1 hero wcro among them several oi a
stneers from Tammany Hall, a well as ad
venturers fro:n Ohio, Missouri and other
States. They had como to Culifornia to
mike money fast, and they had opened a
iiartieularly licit placer in the tjovernment,
each for hinisell appears to havo deter
mined to "co it wbilu he was Youni," and
make hay while the sun shone. TVy af
fix! a maunilicer.t salory to overy noodful
uliicu, ami being still insatiate, they Invented
new plnees on pu'poso t muke provision
lor ihu rniililul who stood oiiisilo wun wn
trrv imiuths after iho first lot had been filled
In short they went straight ahead for No. 1,
with a particularly resolute disregard of ox
Thnro is In any op --niton of this sort a
P'TiIIouh tendtiney to ovenloing. 1 he ma
chine breaks down from beinc overloaded
So it was in California. Tito Mucky hotdcrs'
of tho deniocrntic' conjuring wand used it
right and left till its pntum-y was overtaxed.
In serving np the Stuto they cut their own
slices rather too fin. Tbo result, though not
fully ascertained, is pretty well understood
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1 no nig uiivernur is cuiinunj ciettou ,
so is probably the whole Whig State ticket;
t-o is line o-rtniu'y i so are probably both
the Whig candidates for Congress; and If
the Yt hius Imvu not the legislature ana tm
U. K. Senator, tin-v lose them solely by the
running of 'Independent or half-and-half-
tickets in San rrancisco, Sacramento ana a
few other ccunti. Tito Li'gislmure might
liuve ken Whig, and doubtless would hava
been but for unfortunate divisions among
the Whigs of the ccnirul counties.
The niornl of this result is one which a
parties should tuku to heart. 'Democracy'
has colliieised in California, not because the
Peonlo are not democratic, but because they
ore so. They refuse to be swindlod aud
made bankrupt for the benefit of the leadurs
and managets who jumped en tno democrat
ic hobby nnd tode it to destruction. Thoy
meun to be more economically and honastly
Governed henceforth, even though that re
solve should exnose them to bo stigmatised
as 'Federal.' or by some other equally hor
rible anDellution. Thero is a great deal if
common sense over in that sumo California,
nnd whoever expeeis to clnp groen specta
cles upon her ami make her eat shavinw for
grass will pretty certainly full abort of his
cn'oulniions. l ite omnipotence ol regular
nominations is there iiearly endfd.
Important to Mn.LES.-Tho Ohio Stato
J nir awarded the First Premium and five
Jollors to J. lloi.UNOSwoKTH.of Znnesville,
Dhio. for his Ne Plus Ulna Smut Machine,
imiented April 23, 1061. This machine op.
rates on an entirely in w plun, differing in
important particulars from any now in use,
being tery simple, duruble and effective.
Tin; machines entered in competition at the
Fair were Leonard Smith's celebrated N.
Y. Machine. Reynold's Wire Machine!
nnd J. UoLUSoswonTM'8 No Plus Ultra
Machine. Millers desiring to avail ihonv
selves of the improvement nre referred to
HKAtTMoNT At Hollings worth, of Zanea-
villo, Ohio, who are authorized to sell ma
chines or rights. 0. 5. Journal,
A Wonukr of Nature. A gentleman
hut brought hero for exhibition, a pair ol 3
wins (not living,) which show a singular
and remarkable mnl-lorinaiioii. iho two
birdie, havo grown together from the lop of
the head, at tuo side, down below tne cuest
They have uorlWei features an I limbs, except
that there are but three eyos, ill third organ
appearing in the eeuier, rather turgor than
the oihers, ana baying tlouuio pupus. itioy
were born in Canada ; tbo woniin a native ol
the Island of Cuernsey, haviug had several
chilbreii previously. They lived five hours
after birth, one dying some five minutes bo-1 g
l.ir ibu other. Physicians find in this
stroiiKu iiml-fonnaiion, phenomena of inter
est. uud othern wi l doubtless cousiuur tnem
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wiindorlul. we are noi prop.tron to say um,
ihey aroquno fit sudjects lor general cxniui-
.ion, um l-avo it 10 tne uoctaiou oi mo puu-
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lie lUchetler Dm-terM.
Groittii ok the West Says the Day-
Um Emjnrr. When thi ormy oftho United msuiuce, all animal that work, livo on vegotn
Sintea inarched from Cincinnati to the Lake, ble fowl; and no animal thai eats flesh works.
on its wav to Dou-uit who were niterworus
...rrn,l..r,Hl ! Hull the provisions and
niiniiuniii m of the troops were inken up th
creat Miami t Dayton in a kuol boat. 1 Hey
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wore iwo wecK nscenijins; yei buch u um
condition of tho Mad, th u it was preferable
to hauling In wagons. Now. if occasion
required, the same army, with nil iw baggage,
.niiioru and ainn a could hu taken to the
same point in two hours,andm Lake Erie in
six hours!. Such has been the growth ol
Miami aouiitv iii ainnle liHa time, wen
" may theacclamaiion "we are a greai ieople
, .i i . .....,u lu. rwt.l.uiMil. fur
ami iiu is a great cniniry be patdoued, lor
It is a aruthfnl declaration,
Salmon Pwhino in Califorsia. A gen
ilemnn who arrived from California a short
lime since, stales that salmon are as com
mon at cRirtmoDiibj" in the Sscramenlo.
Pin. larne ailtersdeJ follows, weiahinj!
from ten in twenty Bounds, and caught from
the whaives at Sacra wimi) City. They ore
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taKen DV an ingonimn mnu i m i, ' yt
so contrived iIibi every Wruggle they make
to cwuix", Mfier li ing once eiiraieil, only
eiVKS to ciit"de "lic.ui4iiurc iut xiricubly.
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wormy oi remark, and one that seonis never to
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m:en iioncea, mat throughout the whole
nm.-nul creution, in every country nnd climo of
urtn. tno most Ufdnl animals cost nature
the least wusto to susiainthcin with food For
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mu mi powurtui eiopiiant, and ihe patient tin
'ng camel. In tlio torrid zone: the horso. the
ox, or tne uonkoy, in the teinpernte: and ths
reinuoor in me ingiu mnn, obtain all thomuscu-
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P"c prouwaioiui, vegeuibloa.
" on me iiesn euting animals keep tho rest
oi mo animated creauon in constant dread o
I tnem. I hey seldom eat vei'etulila foiul umi
some other animal has eaten it first, and made
it of flesh. Their only uae soems to bo to des-
roy me tneir own iiusu is unlit lor other ani
mnis to tat, navmg been I seir made into flesh.
I and is rnosi foul and tiflivnuiirit. llr..t .,.n.....k
lleotnnss, cleanliness, and docility, are then char
icteriatic of vegetable eating animals; while all
tnu world areads (lean eaters
CO" Tho amount of treasury note ouutan
ding on the 11 inst. , was 16.664.
r Our ihankaarotJueCot. VTatton or lait
Cinciiiiinil papers. . ,
Tho Locvt havo oine ii," they hove,
Nothing D. finite from lYnnsvlvunio.
From the Ohio State Journal, l6tb.
FARTHER RI TURNS, ,
Below wo give all I ho returns Wu have tv
ceivcd up in the close or iho telegraphic
olliCes, (ait evening. Uy some freak or
oilier, those arc wonderfully like jug handles
all on ono side. When we gain one
county, and two more, wo shall have gained !
? Are members over ihe'jwuli last
The other side; the number we huvo lost;
we leave- our very amiablo neighbor to fig
ure out. lie will very probably take a
great deal of pleasure in doing so. Well,
the Wings formerly indulged in the tame
I i v iipu nit thmtr tttfm n itn
When tile leaders of Locofocoism run the
wmxiu sa.v a ipaiiuthbiii'vui Ubnicfltnuaai In tt ,-
c . . 'I rill M nneni ItaMnnns
and ruin that Thoy ran when , in unchecked
power before; when they squander the pub-
tc iunds, pcrtnit the credit ol tlio Biate to
o go down; in short, show such palpable signs
v of incompetency and corruption as they did
Delore, then the Whigs will again be ni-1
pealed to, for the purpose of helping the
state irom tno quagmire, and placing it on
sale ground. Let the people of Ohio re-
member tho prediction.
liov. Wood is elected by a incrend tnnjori-
ty. We have overy reason to believe that
thu entire Locofoco Stuto ticket is elected,
though the meagre returns thus far received,
I only give the vote for Governor, and gen-
eral results, without mentioning any names.
win m buiiiu uujo utiiuio wc snail nmiw i
how the case stands with Mr. Bliss. In this
city, where Woodlgets about fifty majority,
Mr. Bliss has one huudred and fity-three
majority, thus showing that Breslin has run I
oenmo nis ticKet over two nunarea in jo-
lumuus alone. Ul course this alline oil
nas como irom nis own political menus.
It ilemonstrntes that the knowing ones a
inong them have a consciousness that he is
entirely incetnpetcnt to manage the nfTairs
of that important office as they should be,
o or ns they are now managed by Mr. Bliss.
If other parts of the State havo taken the
same view oi tno case, Mr. liroslm is beaten.
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But we have no such idea, and we repeat
our conviction that the entiro Loco ticket is
elected. o will proceed to fill up our col-
unin of votes as soon as returns approach-
ing an authentic shape come in. .
Lnynnoga county; Locofoco Senator, two
Keprescnuttives. and Zwholo County ticket
probably elected. Gain ' for Rerprcscnta-
Liucas county; Locoioco by luu majority.
Fairfield county; From 1400 to 1600
mnjority for Wood and Mudill.
Urfiance county; Locofoco by 300
horny. t.ntiro county ticket elected.
Erie county; Wood a majority 136.
Washington county; Locofoco; gain
Vickaway county; Whig.
Portage county; Locofoco by from 100 to
Medina county; Locofoco by from 150 to
Trumbull county; Entire Democratic tick
Wood's majority between 400
Clinton county; About 400 W hig. Coun
ty Whig ticket elected.
Summit county; Locofoco
Ashtabula county; W hig Treasurer elect
ed, and probably W hig Representative. The
benighted "are enlightened."
Liogan county; wing tou. Lawrence,
Whig, defeated for District Judge
Warren county: All in but 4 townships.
wing majority about uOU.
Ulark county; Whig ticket elected
Montgomery county; Democratic Hickct
all elected except Hep-iesentative.
f ruble county: Whig ticket elected cx
cept Probate Judge,
Darke county: Supposed to havo cone
Miami county; Independent ticket proba
Itutlei county; Democratic.
Greene county; Vinton 600 majority
lirown county; Wood 450 majority.
Ross county; Boys and Greene elected.
Foul ke and Crousu doubtful. Vinton's ma
jority about 600.
1 hu olaletman has a despatch from rus
carawas, ssying that it is probable the loco
ticket is elected, except Llcrk and Surveyor,
It has also news that probably ono pocoloco
is elected fioin Koss. We do not credit
either of theso reports.
Licking county; Locofoco ticket elected.
Wood has about 700 majority.
Guyahnga county; Wood s majority about
Lorain county; Llected the loco loco tick -
et. (We don't know whether this is the
lownshend locofoco, or thu old hunker lo
Ghay, of the Plata Dealer, says that the
Union ticket. is prnbubly elected in Lake nnd
Geauga coupties. (This "Union" is
Whigs and Locofocos. If true, there is not
a single Free Soiler elected to the House
Irom the Reserve. )
Muskingum county; Three townships In
uicate a wing mujonty or 700 or 800.
Stark county; Whole Loco county tick
el elected. Wood's majority 380. Medill
and balance ol statu ticket about 760. liis
allectlon on Wood growing out of the Keel
Knox county; Whig Judge and Clerk
olected. Representative doubtful. Locofo-
co State ticket 700 or 800 majority.
uosliocion county; Wholo luco ticket
olectod by 300 majority. Siuto ticket 500
Pickaway county; A Binall majority lor
Wood and CrndlebuiiKh. i This elects Cra-
Jlebaugh, loco, to thu Sutiutu, hoin tins uis
What a gkntlknan may do and What
hk mat not Do. "Ho may carry a brace
paindgcs, but not a leg of mutton.
bo seen in iho omnibus-box at tho opcro,
it on ihu box of lin omnibus, lla mav
-sen in a sta t insiao tne tneutro, dui not
a stall outside of ono. He may dust another
person's jnckot.but must not brush his own.
Ho may kill a man in a duul, but he musn't
eat peas with his knifo. He may thrash
coal heaver, but ho musn't ask twice for soup. I broader, Wonder Is stamped on every face
He may pay his debts of honor, but need noil" solemn, almost awful silonce pervades
tronblu liimscll about Ins tradesman s bill.
lie must never fort'oi what he owes to him
self as a gentleman, but he need not mind
whin ho owes as a gentleman to his tailor.
I to may do unyihirg, to anybody, in fact,
within the ramie of a icntlHinan bo throueh
ihu insolvent Debtor's Court, or turn billiard
maker, dut he must nevor, on any account.
carry a brown papor parcel, or upear in In
structs without a pair of gloves." .
03" The free population of Alabama h
2(50,779, and .342,802 slaves.
lu the city of ew York, thoro on
constantly employed about 600 omnibuses ;
400 hacks and cubs, 6,000 carts, and S0(
light and other wagons.
APPOINTSMENTS OP TIIK OHIO t'OH-
' UKCASTEft DlSiniCT. f
Znctiar ah Connull, P. E., .
Lancaster, Ancil Brooks. '
Baltimore. Benjmnin Ellis, Jacob S A Jams.
Alexandria, James Miichel, John. U. Ha
yearU-K'r'nviI,e'E,nh, V- Hing.
Johnstown, Richard Doughty, Thomas L
Hebron, William Porter, James Gurlev.
Royalton, Augustinu M. Alexander, Banner
Mark. , -
Turlion, John W. Steele
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LKigan, oumuot mauuux.
; .,, j ' ,' ,T , V fa
Uriah Heath, P. E.
Marietta, Joseph H. Creichton, C. II. Lov-
Marietta, Eontcrn Mission, to bo supplied
uarmer, Ullnton VV. McrricK.
Barlow. Abraham Cartlich, Duvid C. Benia
Amesville, W illiam K. Litzingcr. David
Athens circuit, William T. Eetculf, A. Wil
Athens, William F. Stewart
Coolville, Daniel Mather.
uuuaiur, maiisuu : r lemming
Pomcroy, James F. Given.
M'Anhur, W. W. Chorrington
Wilkcsville, Jnmos A. IJopkinn
Joseph u. i omlinson, U. U., 1'rolcssor ol
Natural Science in twe Ohio lluiversitv:
Oliver M. Spencer, Principal of Prepara
lory Department in the Ohio University
-each a member of thu quuriurly meet
ing conference of Athens station.
Robert O. Spencer, P. E.
Portsmouth, John W. White, Boniamin St
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Rockvillo, William G. Smith
Piketon, Samuel Bateman, T. J. N. Sim-
Patriot, Duwitt C Howard.'
Dunbunon, John R Prose,
I Blue creek minsion, to bo supplied
UalUpolis station, Andrew Carroll
Gall ipolis circuit, Jani'-s H. M'Cutchuns.
S tallia, Sneldon Parker,
vveisii mission, uavid uadwaiiauer
Ironton, William T. Hand
Hanging Rock, John VV. Young, Henry T
Wheelersburg, Lewis Atkinson, J. A. Brad-
Burlington, James T. Bolliday, Willituii
James M. Jamison, P. E. .
Main -struct, Pearl P. Ingnls.
Walnut-sireet, James L. Grovcr.
Deer creek, John Stewart, Samuel M.dille-
Kingston, Henry Wharton, Isaac Dillon.
Washington, Barton Lowe, 11. F. (iroeno.
Frankfort, Edward Estill, Thomas Lee.
Buinbridge, Joseph S. Morris.
Sir-king Springs, James Armstrong, W in.
Waverly, Moses T. Bowman, II. B. Hill
iuicinond, Levi W. Munsull.
Salt creek mission, to bo supplied.
Jackson, Isaac H. Curtlich.
Valentino M. Beemer, transferred to the
North Indiana conference, and appointed
in chargo of Kingtown circuit.
David A. Drvdun und Isaac li Fish, trans
ferred to Oregon and Culifornia Mi ssion
A DAY OF TKUKOIt 1
From the Alia Californian. August 25,
Yesterday our city reeled with excite
ment. Iho multitude moved and surged
like tho fretted waves of a storm maddened
I sea. Crime looked on with pallid lip and
nerveloss arm honesty stood firm, cnlm
and courageous amid the storm. 1 he so-
- cial fabric swayed to and fro, as rises aud
fulls the giant aud stanch ship when pressed
by the relentless tempest. 1 he Govern-
itient soemed to tremble in the balance, and
an undefined sentiment of uncertainty envt
to tho hour a passing hue of tragic interest
I such as never was exceeded. Never befuro
was San Francisco so excited. " Through ull
her terrible, dramatic and extraordinary flue
tuations, never has she experienced a crisis
1 liko tho ono of yesterday. Her great heart
beat and throbbed os never before, even
- 1 amid thu desolation and flamo and smok
and ruin of one of her disastrous fires
For a moment it almost seemed as if she
1 had been lilted Irom her foundations, and
ofl not even an carthquuko could have ypreud
I abroad so great consternation- llirougli
every street, in all directions, tho hurrying
crowd of humanity rushod with iho utmost
- precipitation, no one know whither, no cue
knew Tor what. 1 he bell or the Vigilance
- Committee had sounded its alarm note and
instantly iho streets were living, swaying
- masses ol human beings uncertainty and
- conflicting leurs and hopes ruled the hour
At one moment tne uuu ran madly up
toward the jail at another it surged toward
the Plaza and in tho next it whirled and
eddied, not knowing where lo go. Suddenly
the hurrying tuundur ol horses hools, and
curraige wheels upon tho wooden pavemonis
ol lJuponl street, and tho shouting and foot
steps ol a last luiiowing crowd, rroko upon
the car. On it came with almost lightning
velocity -madly it crosses Washington and
Cloy streets down Sacramento it turns
the masses havo taken tho direction, and
with a swoop like tho rushing of a torrent
of lava they bend their course towards the
of Room of the Vjgilanco Committee
I most instantly California street, Iiaitery st
but n(1 tt" their approaches, are filled with one
b UU"B. mn ". "& "I
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I III) inn nwd IliPiJ thnt lint tivti prtiniMnlc
at vinckeimn nnd WhiimW have Un k.Um.i
by force from ilioiuilby anarnud posso ol
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I the Vigilance Committee. On iho eager and
I excited multitude pross toward tho Rooms
a I On, on. on the crowd becomes denser ond
I mo thousands who ore anxiously cozing up
- 1 at thu buildini;, when quickly the doors ore
opened a moment of preparation and the
numberless multitude holds its breath as the
two nialol'uctors are seen suspended bv thu
I neck a strumMo or two, a spasmodic houv-
ling of the chest and each spoctator feels o
I thrill ol terror coursing bis veins as he vol
untarily utters dead, dead, dead I
l es, t'tey were dead I Tho two men
Whittoker nnd Mackenzie who woro taken
Irom the hqnd of ihu Vigilanco Committee
few nights slnco, by virtuo of habeas cur
.iuh, had been torn from tho jail by force, ii
hu uiiddlu of the duy, and al the risk of life,
.lurried io the Coiiiiiiiitea Rooms, and exe
mod without scarcely a moment's prepara
tion. It is a iijost tcrrib'u tragedy! Well
iiduedrniiglH one exclaim, "! have supped
full with horrors I"
Such are rhe terrible effects of misrule
hese are tho fruits of maladministered laws
hese tho results ol official corruption, neg
ect and malfeasance. Well may tho patri
otic and the goed turn in sadness and grief
irom me contemplation ol such horrors.
The timid may shrink from beholding them
the quiet desire an end to them; b.u 'nei-
ler fear, rcgrut, nor desire wi I accomp ish
our security. It must go abroad over the
land that this community possesses the pow
er and the will to protect itself against every
species cf wrong, and that it is resolved to
do it at all hazards.
While wo regret that tho Vigilance Com
mittee have, by this act, been brought into
direct collision with the constituted author
ities, we cannot but approve their course in
executing the two criminals. This condi
tion of a flairs was not sought by the Com
mittee; it was rather forced upon them.
Warmihq np. There isa newspaper call
ed tho Democrat, published at Eutaw, in Al
abuma. which has an editor so exhilarated
at tho prospects ofgetting out of the Union,
if bouth Carolinn will only lead off, that he
gives free vent to his joy, after this fashion:
"&hou.d feouih Curolina secede should
she sever' tho silken bonds that bind her to
the other States then! every sou ol hur's
will rally round her banner. Those who
differ as to the policy of secession, will difl'
er no longer for their State will command
their allegiance. Those who hive wander
ed away from their mother those who
have emigrated toother Splits, and who are
anxiously looking to the part she will act in
the great drama, will hasten back to the soil
where their eyes first saw the light, and
pledge their lives, their fortune, and their
sacred honor at tho lent of the blessed moth
er who is the idol of all their fondest uflec
lions. At the first tap of the nullification
drum we fall into tho ranks, and at the first
peal of the secession buglo, we shall renew
our old position in the line, for weal or woe,
for life or death. Nor shall wo be alone!
Hogs in Kentuckev. We addressed n
letter recently to a gentleman who has been
traveling through Kentuckev, and hits visited
perhaps every county in the State, relative
to the supply of hogs and the prospect of the
gtuiii and other crops, to which we have re
ceived a reply. He says tho number ol'lios
in Keutuckey this season is about tho same
ns Inst, but they will be much heavier, aud
will consequently yield an excess of both
meat and lord. Feeders are anticipating fine
prices, nnd corn being plenty, ond compara
tively cheap, the hogs will be mndo as heavy
a3 possible. For stock hogs, 3,60 per 100
lbs, was paid in Madison county, anil 3,25
was paid for fin hogs for delivery.
Cincinnati l'nce C urrenl.
Kossuth Tho great Hunguriun is on his
passage to our country. No tnnn, wo von
lore to sny, was ever driven to our shores by
he oppression ol the old world, who mil be
more joy fully received than Louis Kossuth.
tie is emphuiicell y thu victim ol tyranny, and
seeks an asylum here from the persecution
ol the two most despotic uovernmcnis on
the luco ol the earth. Austria and Russia.
Our Government can exact no higher com
liinent Irom Europe, thun is implied in the
fact that she affords a gonial home to Louis
Kossuth, it is a tribute to her greutuess fur
suporior to any thing that has yet transpired
n hor mstory. A glorious rcccpti jii uwaiis
the noblu exile.
LIST OF LETTERS "remaining" in
Post Office at Pomcroy Sept. 30, 1S61.
Allen W D
Anderson J no
Howard J tl
James John II
Noble Win L
Parker James A
Parker S M & It Allen
Phillips David D
Sladeu C W
Sllrnpsnn Horace W
Shed Mrs Mary
Williams John F
Austin J P
Hush J no W
Biiiiell S W
Ucwney S W
Davis Q Y
Farmer l) B
Gilbert Gji, -3
llaLiey Dolly Ann
JAS. K ALSTON,
October 7, 1851. nl7v3,
NOTICE is herebo given that 1 have been
appointed and qualified as Administrator on
the estate of Benjamin Chase lale of Muigs conn
ty, dee'd. MARTIN CHASE.
October 7, 1851 nl7w3
X wiw' uereur sivcu tnnta petition
i will lie presented to the commissioners ol
Meigs county, at their December session, 1851,
praying for an alteration of the State road that
leads from Athens to Gallipolis, where it crosses
the land of Horatio White, In Scipio township (
commencing ai we crossing ol tlic creek near Jo
seph Howells and ending in the center of the
road at Seliin Day's, locating said Mad on said
White's land so ns to run parallol with tas line
beiweeusatd wiiite and Peter Alkire.
Sept. 27, 1861 n47w-l.
AT my instance an attachment was thin day
issued by II. H. Rice, a Justice of the nertce
of Salisbury township, Meigs county, against the
roperty and effects of James Muir a lion-resident
s.ud county. WILLIAM SHOUT.
Sept, 13, 1851 n!7w5.
A T my instance an attachment was this da
t issued by H. H. Rice n Justice of the peace
lor onusotiry lownsnip, ogaisst tiie property and
cueois oi uaviu j. cvaus, an absconding debtor.
H. R. WILSON.
August 25, 1851 n57v5.
1 !! is hereby given, tliut the undersigned
I 1 has been appointed and qualified as Ad
ministratrix on the estate of William Griffin, lale
of Orange township, Meigs comity, Ohio, deceas
ed. All persons interested will govern themselves
accordingly. MET1LDA L. GRIFFIN,
OcL'7 '61 n!7w3. Administratrix.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have been
appointed Administor of the cstnto of Ste
phen M. Hayman, deceased, at the Sept. term of
;ueigs common pleas. 1 lie creditors of tho dee'd
win tiiereloro present their claims duly aiilhenti
cated for settlement in one year from this date.
Oct. 7, 1861 n47w3pd.
AFIUaSII supply of Groceries, just received
and for sale low for cash hy
Oct. 7, '61 nl7tf
0. W, HOLMES
iuirur 100 hhds Prime New Orleans Sugar,
on nana anu tot sale low ny
UARES & 11LSK1KK..
Pomeroy Sdcct School.
'1M1ENKXTTEKM OF TUISSCHOOLWILL
I c tiumeitce on Mmmt, the 8th jy of Sep
Tuition per lnnricrs
Rcsding, Writing, Elcmoutary Geography
nnd .Mental Arithmetic, - - 83 00
Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Philos- - '
, ophy, Chmiistry aud Elementary Al
' gebrn, - - . .. " i
Hook Keeping by Double Entry, Hotsny, ';
A.stroinmiy, Ancient Geography and His
tory, Physiology and Geology, - - "
Rhetoric, Lopic, Hiuh'-r Mathemntics and
Hie Oruekuiul I.ann l.ari'ninf'es,
JAMES M. EVANS, Tc-scher
Pomeroy, August 21, 1851.
Coal Property Tor Sale
fBMIE SLHSOKIHEK offers to sell his cosl lot
1 lyine adjoining the corporation line of thf
town of I'omrroy, ouu-luilf mile frmn the moult
of Kerr's run. Said lot comprises shout 20 acres,
of Whieh lS acres art solid coal; plenty of tim
ber nnd Ktone. II m a w,il lot for sail work,
and there is room for fifty salt wells. The Al hen
rond runs dircrtly through it. The Coal lan
ran bo bought for from 5'J to 75 dollars per acre'
There is a good roiul-nuu lanihug at tho river, -A
bargain given if application be hmkIh soon.
Pomerny, Scpt.a, 1851. ntOlf.
Last Day of Grncc.
ALL accounts or claims due us will positivel
be put in suit on the 1st day of Heptciubc
next, if not paid before. We cannot wait longe.
Pay up now and save cost.
Ulll'.D CC UKW l iu.it.
Pomeroy, August 19, 185
IIIELDAUFER HOUSE, Fron
Street. Pomeroy, Ohio. The sul
scriber has fitted up a large and commodious houi
near the Steamboat Landing, where he is real
and prepared at all times to accommodate tf,
traveling public. His house is comfortable ai
fnrniture entirely new is prepared to accommt
date a large number of boarders, aud rooms cam
had for private families on the jiiost rcasonabi
lie thinks from the long experience that helii
had in the business he can give general satisfa
lion. His table si nil at all times be furnished will
the best that the market affords.
Ilaggage will be conveyed to and from the stenir
boats free of charge. A careful and attentive Po
ter will at all times he ready to wait upon the tra'
cling public with their baggage.
6 F. . RIHELDARFER.
Pomeroy, December 12, 1850. nl?nii.
117 EST COLUMBIA SALT.W
V V now have and shall continue to keep th
siinerior article of Salt for sale by the barrel t
bushel. It has no superior, ana can oc sold low
er than the present prices efothprsnlt.
March 27, 1851.
JOHN PROBS &. CO,
nljove Nivvlor's run bridge
AN1NO lalely enlarged their estiihlishuien
and erected a slc.nn engine in the turning
department, have now the nii-sl complete anil best
arranged and appointed
in this port of Ohio All kinks of Furniture will
be manufactured nt the lowest prices, vix:
Rosewood, Mahoganp and Black Wnluiit setts,
carved, ornainentnl and plain, suitable for parlors,
drawing aud bed-rooms.
Persons desiring any articles in tin: Furniture
line, from the plainest to the most elegant nod
costly, are respectfully invited to call.
The following articles will he made to order:
Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Bedsteads, Cupboards,
and all kinds of household furniture: also
Tele a tote sofas; Tete u tete divans;
Conversation Chairs: R.icenlioii chairs;
Rosewood parlor do Mahogany parlor chairs;
Black walnut do I anu sent do
Mahog'y rocking do Pinnostool do
Kofus in piusn, luiir and elotii envois,
Divans do do do do
Ottomans, mahogany French bedsteads;
Black walnut do do
Marble top centre tables;
Marble top dress bureaus;
Marble top fancy stands,
Mahogany wardrobes, Secretaries ami
Book ea-sus w,,ril "'amis, toilet tables, &c.
1TAII ordc's promptly attended to.
!5w5 Coffins of every description inn
nu fat-lured promptly to the time. fel-OlnCOtf.
To our Friend n inl Customer..
WE thus ceg leave to inform you ami Ihro'
your kindness oiiraud your frienilsof your
neighborhood nnd elsewhere not forgotling our
enemies if any there be I hut we are now receiv
ing direct from New Orleaiisniul the eastern r.itits
a Frcsli Slork of firorrrios which we
nre now offerinn for site al Mom No ft. Front street,
Portsmouth, Ohio, and have iiinde arrangeint ills to
he he supplied during the season from smne places.
Our stock will at nil times consist ol everything
in the Grocery ine.
Although in the matter of purchasing and in now
offering our goods for side, we fmnkly confiss Unit
we have been ami sti are directed mainly by n
desire to promote our own interests yet it will
nevertheless nllord us great pleasure to accommo
date our friends to the fullest extent that a due
regard for their and our interests may st em to dic
tate. The hackneyed and stale terms, 'cheap, ' 'cheep
er than ever," una "cheapest,' we niistain Irom
using, leaving toothers (less modest li't ii than our
selves) to derive all Iheadvaulngcs that an intelli
gent community may concede to this kind of Incisi
ng. IMK.KS (5i III WIKK,
Cuba Expedition Successful!
THAT cheap Stove Store loan HIM,
I'll ALL, is on hand again n il It the larg
est stock of STOVKS ever I (ought to
this market, selected with the gn-slest care
bracing every variety of style and liinsh, with the
latest nutl most improved Patents. Among lalo
receipts of Stoves at his store we notice the fol
lowing: CKLKIiRATED ROTARY STOVE,
CHILD'S OHIO PATENT,
CKLKIIRATED COAL STOVE ENTERPRISE,
QUEEN CITY do
Ail of the best materials and warranted. He also
keeps on hand large supplies of custom made TIN
YY A Mr,, which he will sell to merchants ami nth
era lower than the same article can be bought in
O'Don't forget the Qw.r Tin nnd Stove Stork
under Ihe Rihcldurfcr House.
Pomeroy, May to, 75UI) nSilf,
FIBEt FIIIE1 Flit El
HAVING received a little shorter no
tice to vacate the premises, we tormerly
occupied, than the law, in its humnno operation,
allows, on the night of the lute fire, wc are now to
be found in Wm. II. Ileuiingtou s building, one
door below his store. Having supplied nur.ielves
with all our missing articles, we nre enabled lo
furnish our customers at reduced prices, lu addi
tion to our present stock we have made arrange
ments with an eastern importing house to supply
us with the lutest importations of drua at impor
ters prices, and will receive, in a few weeks, n
very large and extensive invoice of Fresh Drugs,
Chemicals, Bar-ill's (formeily) RousscH's) Perl'ii
mery, new Chemical Preparations, Instruments,
Fine Drugs, and Scarce Preparations, licxcr be
fore brought to this market. We will supply
Physicians and Men-hauls at a deduction nflweu
ty per cent on their bills of former purchases in
this plnce, or nt the "Circular Prices" of any re
sponsible Pittsburgh or Cincinnati! House. We
warrant our drugs to be of first quality and en
tirely pure; coming directly from under the Drug
Inspector's hands there is no possible chance for
ineir auuiKTiuioii. i,;;u aim see wnnt uiucrcuce
there is in the quality ot tirugs and ascertain our
prices. J. P. FLEMING, Druggist.
CVriishwl SMgiir. Onrj TieTciTrot ;sale"by
J II, l. SMITH.
KOCk fltl(. 21 bags fine ground for salt: by
11. U. SMITH
Cliot-olnicCiirrnnts, Fhcrsv, Chalk
Whiting, Zink, Washboards, etc,, st
Chot, Fourier mid fond 120 bags shot,
O 20 kegs I'owdcr Dupopt's best; WfKJO Bars
Lead- for tale al No 6.
OAKB6 4 Dl'SKIRK
The Great COUGH REMEDY.
r,k ui. i. ,h. world. W. know, kowrw, An II l
tLrrZl 7T.Z?Ki t... w aluU not uienM to iivim will
' T --., . k- J ikal th ODtl
rTed-k.w of e, th U.U nwdklM Jim ierjj
ollod mil Cnuinlln, nd wbich were tlei
lymptom tbal raMfliMl
Iodu of Omim .
II rmmmU Urn Ota iyitip
.m u, kn Mtt wHk
tht fatal dli
Thii Balun hw tani
Htdk Fr SiU-Stmlt Mid
or too riOTB ana Bimwm. ri , , " T, " I . w
bave boon cured after II waa aald I boy muU mol lliw
Itmgor. Thii Madlclne bu aorad fm w,r
bo To a dTln atate. but, by tb an of Ihta ronwdjf, tbay
ir. Thii Madlclne bu aurad aoeje woo wei
i a dylnc mate, but. by the an of thta
r live, and enjoy good health,
la Balaaai U mna a tfUMt
r aoo Iajary In any ege of dlaeaae or anoar
any circunulancea. It effecta lla wonderful and "! mU
mrnlaaa Dnrea by earllylna;, Kirmyuunv, '-"-ratlna
tbo whole lynsm by ialimt? v nrmaimt, an
srndncing a anliaa action tbua oIlMvoig Oaa.a axli Ito
Nervea and aiding and facilitating KxpectarmllOB. II
Curea Um following diwaaea, Tlx. :
COIMJII9 and Coldi. BroaoMrb, Aithma, Sptttmf tf BtdU
Mdine of (i .aafft, rVintt a Ma Brtail, Side, uCUl, Nr.
aoamcM. NifM SJoU, Palpitation of Of Htart, and all FB
IIIAiiK and Complaint, arising' there
from, Cholera lafanloai, ke.
17 For Proof and particular! of Curea, see oar Paaa.
phleta and MmdliaYt-ail our Agenu bare then to (We away.
J OF YELLOW DOCK AND SARSAPAR
ll.LA. The remedy for Purifying the Blood,
nnd curing disease, and the only remedy that is
thoroughly efficient and perfectly harmless.
This Mediciiio.when used according to directions
Will C ure Without Fail.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Cancers, Tumors, Erup-.
tionsof theskin, Erysipelas, Chronic Sore Eyes,
ringworm, or Tetters, Scald head, Rheumatism,
Pains in the bones or joints, old sores and
ulcers, swelling of the glands, Syphilis,
Dyspepsia, Salt Rheum, diseases of the
kidneys, loss of appetite, diseases sr-
rising Irom t tie use ot mercury,
pain in the side and shoulders,
general debility, dropsy, lum
bago. The best Female Mctlicine known. Incipient
Consumption, Barrenness, Leucorrhca or Whites,
Irregular Menstruation, incontinuencc of Urine,
General Prostration of the System, Depressed
Spirits and Gloomy Slate of Mind are cured by
I'll. GUYSOTT'S EXTRACT OF YELLOW
DOCK AND SARSAPARILLA, which gives im
mediate relief, by rent wing the fountain of Health
and Strenth, the Blood. It neutralises had hu
mors, stops unnatural secretions, and gives heal
thy action to all the vital powers.
Its mild alterative properties render it peculiar
ly applicable to the slender and delicate consti
tution of the female. It immediately contracts
that distressing nervousness and lassitude so
orcuion to the female frame, and imparts an on
ergy and buoyancy os surprising as they are grate
ful. e have evidence on file, which induces
us strongly to rccimniend this medicine to mar
rien people who have uol U-t blessed with off-
Prolnp.sis Uteri, or Falling of the Womh, of five
years standing, cured iy nr. uupsou s Rxuaci
of Yellow Dock and Sursnpsrilla, after every
other known remedy had I cen tried without
Washington, ()., February, 1849.
This certifies that my wife, aged twenty seven
years, has been suffering under the almve coin
pla:nt for five years; nearly all thnt time confined
to her bed. I have for four years constantly em
ployed the best medical Intent Hint could be pro
cured in this section of the country, without any
lenefit whatever. 1 have also purchased every
instrument recommenced for the rhrcof such dis
eases, nil of which proved worthless.
In the spring of 1MK, was induced by my
rieiols to try Dr. Guysolt's Yellow Dock and
Snrsnpnrilla, which was used for four months.
Alter she had used it for about four weeks, it
was evident to till of lis that she improved rapid
ly, uud gained tiesh and streiij.Hi, until she u
now enjoving excellent health.
We being neighbors to Win. and Julia Mou
lort, Know thcl the above statement as to ths
sickness of Mrs. Moutrt, and as lu I he cure being
effected by "Guysott's Yellow Dor k and Sarsn
imrilla," to hi: slrictlr true.
J AXE EDDY,
A CA.-K OK I'l.eKCATMl 1.1 MBS 1 TRASS STANH
INU. The following ii, an extract, of n leilnr dated
Mn.-eh 27, n.r,ll', frwu E. II. Perkins, .M. 1)., a
highly rcfpeciiiblu physician of .Marietta, Ohio:
J tm I a i: k Dear .sir: l have under mv care a
young woman who, for sixteen years, has been
. : 1 1 1 Ti tit:-' lioiu I leer.it i d Limbs, anil whose cush
has heen pronounced hoiii less by three of oiu
best physic, mi, . I look her into my family, and
have loi d Guysolt's , el'ow Dock and Sarsaps
rilln free'-, and I am eenhVcnt that the Yellow
Dock and Sarsii p;i rill.i will effect ft permanent
cure. She is heller in leuecil health than she
has ever l ei ii before, nnd walks a mile or two
will, out fatigue or puiii. A a ) rr ngo she used
crutches. 1 will report the ia.c in due lime
Very respectfully, E. B. PERKINS.
KING'S EVIL.-C ASE OF O. M. LEONARD.
0,j If the reader will observe, he will see that,
in nearly all cases, the patient has tried nearly
every physician within Ins reach, and ncarlv
every remedy; but when he hits upon Guysott's
Yellow Dock and Snrsnporilln, ihe cure is im
mediate. Hi.ooMivi Ghovk, Die. 1st 1849.
Messrs. S. F. Bknsktt 4 Co. Gents; Some
time in lS-lII 1 was attacked with King's Evil in
my arm, which became so snrc thnt I could not
use it, nnd in 1815, mortification set in. 1 em
ployed, nl different times, each physician ofcele
I. rit. ...ill.i.. mt ....k. nil I..I.1 ..... ,1.-1
ihiij ..mm, ,,.,, tut inn, ,m: iiii my nrj-
must be amputated. From the shoulder to the
forearm, my arm was full of running sores, some
of them ns large as n fifty-cent piece. I then
tried an Indian Doctor, who removed the morti
fied flesh, ud stopped . thu mortification, but
could not heal my arm. My strength at this
time was completely exhausted, and my person
much emaciated. 1 continued in this stutc until
the summer of 1818, when 1 saw an advertise
ment of "Guysolt's Yellow Dock and Snrsapa
rilln," which I read attentively, nod scut for one
bottle of the article. After using it a few days,
the diselunges fu'in my arm incrca.cd, and as
sumed a light color, and less offensive odor. I
sent for a second bottle, ond while using it I
found my strength increasing, and the discharges
from iny ami decrt using. 1 continued using it
until 1 loid liMil six Willies, though 1 felt myself
pcifeetly cured before 1 used Ihe sixth bottle.
.Since that time I have not felt aiij' pain in my
nnui no sorvs havo leappeurcd, nnd I have no
reason lo doubt that It i(i thoroughly cured, fot 1
have no reason to doubt Hint li Is thoroughly
cured, for 1 can labor with it ?s well as 1 ever
"Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sorsnpsrllla" m
lone cured tne; 1 took, no other remedy whil
using it, and had 1 used it at the lirst appear
ance of the malady, 1 fully believe it would have
saved mo from years of suffering. And I most
earnestly tecoinnied every person suffering under
any similar disease, to use Guysott's Yellow
Pock and Sarsaparilla," which will restore them
o health. Yours in gratitude.
0. M. LEONARD.
irNone genuine, unless put up in large bottles,
coitniiing a quart, and name of the sXrup blown
in the glass, with the written signature, S. P. Bra
ndt, on the outside wrapper.
I Price 11 per Isittle, or B botlh-s for 8.
Sold by J. p. PARK, Cincinnati, C
North-vast corner Fourth and Walnut sis .en
trance ou Walnut st. to whom all orders must
For sale by D. Reed, Pomeroy G. W. Conor
Co., Chester, John Trame, Ct o villo; J. Cat.
irt, & Co., Point Pleasant: J
Magnet &Natvt,allipolij S,.i. Murray,' Wilki
Mile; G.J. Puync, Purler.
CUAr tV HANDLE. A good article "
U both ou hand and foi sale by the box. .
GEO W HOLMES,
boxes just received nnd ! r
sale low at No 1 GEO W HOLMES,
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