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::NOVEMBER 4. 1651.
GEN. W1NF1ELD SCOTT
wriier and as a iriun it wm calm, suiisi-
blo, unassuming and trmhful giving satis-
rnciion 10 every one. ' The Masonic fraier-
niiy new numbers over two hundred Lodges
in Ohio, and is rapidly Increasing.
One feature of Cleveland scenery, which
gives it preeminence, is the Luke sirotch
j. Editorial Correspondence of the Telegraph.
iJA- American IbTBL, Cleveland,)
f;;f'' ;'.'.; ; October 25, 1851. J;
' Dfar Tefrgrpph--On leaving you, Mon
V9ih."wa wo were by the aid or
; "fioyt'e Hack' Line," transported over the
r ffenile elevation and depressions of Meigs
and Athens, at the rate of two and a half
41 miles per hour, and safely "let down" at the
Eaete Hotel. Athens, about sundown where
after partaking of a fine supper we sallied
forth to "view the town" which so far as
. w could discover bore no traces of 1m
:r provement, other than in the faces of our
" Locofoco friends, which, however, "was
counterbalanced by the visages of those who
V ! In by-gone days belonged to the Whig par
; ty, but who since the 1 4th inst., are profound-f-
It" isnorant of lis existence." : We by some
' ' strange coincidence, found burse' f in com
. pany with a few of our Democratic friends
who very politely Invited us to participate
..-,- with them In an Mtystor supper" in honor
. of their triumph. Being, proverbially of
"c ' ' easy" Vlnue, where bivalves are concerned
we accepted the invkation, with the under
landing, that however fastidious our Whig
.; tastes, SwcA XocoTocos we could very con
' sciemiously swallow the oysters were ex
1 cellent, but the seasoning was rather unpa
atable. Next morning by the same agency
as the previous day. we were conveyed with
. - aiigni acceleration or speed to the ancient
,' town of Lancaster passing through Chauri
icey, Nelsonville, Logan and Sugar Grove
the latter being noted as the nursery of the
,-' purest Fairfield county Democracy the
Headquarters of which are kept by an indi
vidual who glories in tho euphonious and
j . very appropriate name of "Krout" cele-
brated only for his democracy and bad whis
' key the two chief staples of political ortho
doxy in the home of Medill Ji Co. " But by
the Way I should mention the "American
House," in Lagan, kept by Mr. Borland
1 one of tbe best houses between the River
" ? and the Lake here we were -joined in our
journey by Case, of the Hocking Sentinel
a clever fellow but oh, such a Locofuco!
From Lancaster we took "an extra" for Co
. I urn bus where at 11 o'clock on Wednes-
day morning we mounted the "iron horse,"
and at six, P. M., were in the "Forest City,"
safely domiciled at jhe American, the Non
I It ' I i m
parou oi uoteis wnere lor tne time we
- will bid you good night.
' THE. EDITOR,
Wo fe i convinced whilo listening to her in
ilfcse passages, that jthere is but one Jenny
But, then the opera music, which it is ne
cessary wo suppose mat sne must, ting
thero is just no music in it at a.l that s
our judgment and wo will be hanged or
neaway frorults borders beyond the limits something else for that belief. Tho other
of vision, dotted with; sails and steamers, it performers were entirely above our rencn
is always an object of intorcst in sight see- nothing human about them only a little
ins. which none of our moro southern towns hair around their mouths if that consti-
can rival. It cives it the novelty of a sea- lutes humanity. The singing of Salvi did
port town without in any way detracting not touch us by some thirty feet, yet his per-
from its interest as an inland city thus sonal appesranco was very mucn in nis ib
hlendini? tha two tnccther in beautiful har- vor he having the good taste 16 appear in
mony, and importing to H a character en- a black vest and "turn down" shirt collar.
.i..i . I. ; nnt,nni!nn Nn wnn- Wo infurhe must be a man of sense. Otto
ill HI J Ulliljuvj no it so viiviih ---
der the Clevelonders are proud ol their Goldsc'hmidt, on the piano, was loudly ap
"Forest City Homo." . ' ' plauded, yet to our ear there was no more
rin s,.n,iUv wo hnr) a rnnions fall of snow, music in it than in a grindstone, ne acteu
sufficient, but for the ceninl warmth ol
Mother Earth." to have Given us a land-
more like a rag picker than anything we
could recall to recollection at the lime, and
i 1 f U I. J ... I ki uiiii knnhniT ihfl nnrtf lltRtril
senrm roDUQ in winier s caru n muua u wo uiuukum") -
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r,.i AB tKMinh va hnl nflftnnH cpvnra dn- mont because It wouiu tioi penorm. kl
ernes of latitude. The lake was very rough leti, on the clarionetto, was more natural
and several severo calcs wete experienced perhaps the fashionable world would say
: r,r uirh ih Pi-nnellur Henrv C av mote "cross but still we liked him better
111 VtlSJ V ' ll'V" - - - 4 . I a
was lobt only one life saved among alj than the others and Mister .Burke's per
who werg on board. " . - fortnanca on the violin was just eneugh tor
But it is getting late, and I must closo. us to know that "he was fiddling" and that
To-morrow I leave forthe'Quecn City, from was all. On tho wholo, howuvor, we got
which ulace vou will hear from me Benin the worth of our money for we had the
Woodruff House, Cincinnati,
November 1, 1861.
Bear Telegraph. We left the "Forest
City" on Wednesday morning, was rapidly
whirled over the liucKeye ctaie ana set ury suid 'aDO'uT her in that ,re
tP Pepor at 1 o'clock; Lpect gne isva very plain young I
exquisite pleasure of looking upon five hun
dred ladies as handsome and as homely as
can be found in the Cnion.
But, perhaps you may wish to hear some
thing about the personal appearance of
W . a
Jenny Lind. But to be candid, -there is
down at the Cincinnati
two hours later than the usual time, however,
owing to two or three detentions on the way
To one, who like us, has traversed Northern
Ohio, in thu 'U. S. Mail Coaches," at the
unprecedented rate of forty miles por 'day,
the realization of twelve hours between
Cleveland and Cincinnati was an event of I
some consequence,. But so it is and like
he Magnetic Tolcgraph and other astound
ng discoveries, we forget the -achievement
n the case of its performance.''- Ono thing
impressed us with surprise in passing from
Cleveland to Columbus the . immense ex
tent of the forest land not a tithe of the
country being cleared up. And such land-
level (too level, if any thing) as the most
stolid lowlanuer could wish, covered with a
enso' growth of all kinds of forest trees-
it affords room fur an agricultural developo'
ment to which the present position' of Ohio
is but a beginning. There is no need of
emigrating West for many years 40 come.
Our great State is but In the infancy of its
development with wise American legisla
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American Uotel, Cleveland,
. October 27, 1851.
Dear Telegraph We awoke this morning
, In the "Forest City the city upon tbo Lak
shore" and after strengthening the inner
man, we called on Harris, of the Herald
' where we learned the full particulars,- "so
; fat at ascertained." of the recent Locofoco
election In Ohio. It is generally conceded
. that Wood is elected as also all candidates
nominated last August by the Locofoco con
; vention at Columbus. In some counties the
People seem to have labored under a mis-
r- take and elected Whigs to the Legislature
itnd among them. Meigs but in other parts
and generally too tiie matter was better
'understood next fail is the Whig election
- But parties asido Cleveland is a most beau
tiful city-no other in Ohio can compare
' with it the private residences from that of
. the millionare to the unpretending home
stead of the honest mocnanic are erected
with great taste the grounds decorated with
shrubbery and native trees giving evidence
of taste, comfort, and enjoyment, seen no
. whore else In Ohio, or in fact, nowhere else
at all. Cleveland can boast of as good ho
.-'tela as any town In the State the American
the WeddelU the New England, tbe Dun
ham, the Franklin. kc. &c, all worthy of
'patronage, and all creditable to the city
,Tbe American is a new first class Hotel-
kept by Mr. Milford, who may well bo
proud of lii house. Every thing is in or
der- tho table the parlors the bed rooms
v6iO., are worthy of being classed with those
of the first Hotels in tho country. ; We no
ticed among the guests, Hon. Thomas Ew
W8, uov. vv ood, uenkt .otanbhry, and
Other; celebrities not forgetting one from
ihe coal region. Mr. Ewing appears to be
in good health and spirits and we heard
iJior. Wood express his great satisfaction at
. the result of the late election in. Ohio and
""jvcl! be might.-. ; i -
Jenny Lind arrived in Cleveland, 'Satur
- day night, on board the Mayflower, from
Buffalo, and left Monday morning foi Cin
cinnntl. v As a gcnernl thing the Cleveland
k era behaved very creditably but still the
fools are not ull dead yet even jn pheese-
dom for more than an hour before her de
parturethe private entrance of the Hotel
, wasbosleged by a crowd of gazers straining
iheir eyes to get a sight of poor Jeoriy
their mouths distended with a realizing ex
tent of the woful vacum within. But h wss
. a matter of remark that the people of Cleve
land acted very sensibly during the entire
sojourn of the Nightingale for which they
The Grand Lodge of Free Masons is now
session-the attendance is very largo,
and the city is full of strangers. On Friday
there was a public procession numbering
several hundtod of the Fraternity, and an
oration was dolivered to the members and
citizens jn the Baptist Church, by U. L.
tWiiTFit, Editor of the Toledo Blade. The
oretiorv wns chaste and eloquent, and added
much to the r-putniinn of Mr. IIosmer, as
dressed in very plain style with her shoul
ders plainly protruding through a plain white
dre63 with plain bare arms a nose somo-
what resembling the ono now inclose con
tact with this sheet of foolscap only "a
itile more so." But then she has a most
bewitching expression when she smiles
the secretin our mind, of her wonderful
success. 1 here is a sweetness auout ner,
a simplicity, an 'entire absence of affecta
tion, a goodness, a benevolence, that at
once convinces you that sho is a woman of
no ordinary character, but one .of tho no-
blest of her sex, and Mint it is 6aying a great
deal. But enough of Jenny Lind
The river here is very low none of tho
larger class of boats running business not
very brisk and what is very important to
Pomeroy coal high. :
Kinckel, tho German poet and patriot ar
rived to-day on board the Gov. Meigs, and
was cnihusiastcnlly received by the German
population of Cincinnati. The RedArtil-
lery received him with rounds bf thunder
lion, a few years will place Ohio first on the from ,iejr tWelve-poundcr, much we thought
roll of Empires composing this great na- l0 his gratification. Kinckel is a ytyinger
'ion. ; I mnn ihnn . we nnticinnled tall, and' finely
Woll, wo are in Cincinnati, the Commer- formed, with the usual European appendage
cial metropolis of this great State and to of immense whiskers and moustache.
understand the gigantic growth of tho Queen To-nig In thero is to bo a grand torchlight
city -would rcquiro moro enaco tliaii ihhs lei-1 procession .- In honor of bis arrival; but as
l'-r affors. We have visited several of the we cannot stay to See the show wo will
iron establishments with which this city is close by a friendly good morning, hoping
blessed inspected them from top to bottom, ere this reaches you to be there oursolf.v
CLOSEOFTIIE GREAT EXHIBITION,
Tlid closing of the Grern- Exhibition,
which ovent look place on the llth, has
given rise to very general comment among
he presa. Tho Observer h:ts thti' following
on the subiect. which is a condensation of
many columns in the other journals : ,
At five o'clock on" Saiurday the transept
and surrounding galleries were densely
crowded, and the heat and pressure extreme
ly great, but as it was understood tha) there
would bo some demonstration .at the close,
the fair visitors endured without wincing the
inconveniences of-their position. At length
tne national Anthem was played by. the or-
ans, the choristers and visitors and Herr
lommer joining in with a zeal and enthusi
asm that have seldom been equalled. Right
Koyal and hearty English cheers repeated
three times three and each lime with increas
ing vehemence-followed, and this scene was
repeated at cither end ol the building by
the persons assembled there. A second at
tempt to get up the national Anthem was
put a stop to by the bells and gongs com
mencing to ring out the visitors.
It was 20 minutes past five when tho bells
began to ring, to warn the company it . was
time to depart. - From this, moment a most
extraordinary scene ensued, mere was
continual cheering from every quarter for
rnnco Aiocrt, lor bord Uranvllle, for Mr.
Paxton, for iho Royal Commissioners. &c,
At aquarter to six. IhS boll wasToUain runa,
but still nobody appeared to take any notice
ol II. I he police now began to induce the
visitors to leave the building, which they
were only at last enabled to enect by form
ins themselves, in conjunction with the Sap
pers and Miners, into parties, and, blocking
up certain portions, gradually moving every
person towards the egress doors, from which
they were not allowed to return. Thus, the
Exhibition was at last pjoscd, iJnKlglrttsHvas
not until long past seven ihatlhp, whole of
the lingering company was cot out ol the
building. The private carriages continued
taking up till past eight o'clock.
According to tho olhcial returns furnished
by the police, no less than six millions two
hundred thousand persons visited tho build-
in" while it remained
The cost and expenditures of tho build
ing, the Observer gives , at 170,743. The
receipts to the close of the Fair amounted
to 469,115; hence, 'allowing tho large
mnrgin of 100i000 for expenses of man
agement and othbr contingencies, there will
remain the handsome balance of about
200,000 to the' credit of the Royal Com
ana ramo away a wiser man man when we
entered. Although familiar for veais with
the industrial pursuits of the country, yet we
were not prcpated for tho full truth as it
really exists. These mammouih hives of
industry are proud monuments of tho energy,
enterprise and boundless resources of the
people of the United States and while look
ing at tne extent and completeness evcty
whero exhibited, we could not repress a feel
ing of indignation that American politicians,
arrogating (o themselves the title of Stales-
men, will refuse them thai enlightened legis
lotion which their interests so imperatively
demand bui it cannot long continue thus
The city as usual is full of excitements,
in tho world ol lashion and amusement.
Jennv Lind is here, giving farewell concerts,
provious lo her departure for Europe . Last
night wo found ourself among the dense
multitude which were drawn together by the
fame of this high priestess of song. Wo
have heard Jenny Lind, and of course you
expect our impressions well, , you shall
Morrow County. Tho editor of the
Whig Sentinel thus speaks of the election
in Morrow county:
"The Democratic primary meetings came
off in this county on Tuesday last. We
saw nothing irregular in ine proceedings
only that now and then a Whig would stick
in a ticket."
fcVAbouta million and a half of rats
are supposed at this time to bo undermining
Paris. A reward is offered for their destruc
tion, and last year 1,19J,JUU were Killed
The rat-catchors of that city have just held
a convention to tako measures for the com
ing rfat-campaign. ihcy decided to use
nicotine as the exterminating poison.
81R JOHN FRANKLIN.
The London Morning Chronicle pub
lishes the following interesting statement,
vouching for its accuracy, and saying that
tho Admirulty has ordered an inquis :
v:,. Gloucester, Friduy
An extraordinary circumstance has just
We sneak for ourself and the happened hero, which I hasten lo commu
I . a.i .. i 1. 1 i .1
Wi r ..,;,! k.k.:- ,k . nicote. it is almost increuioie, out tor tne
iVJ Ot VUtSIUD VUIUUKUUO TV tic aiQ HUM - , 1 , 11 1 t
, , . , fact that the authority is undoubted, and the
l"''ru '"6 ",uo"- Admiralty have been induced , to ordor an
to be sure, wo have criod over iho execu- ollicial inauirv. which is now beine proceed
These aro the facts : . Last Sunday after
noon, Mrs. Russell, a lady living at Wool
ton, near this city, observed something fal
in tho garden, while at dinner. , On -sending
tion of a simple ballad, sung by somo rus
tic warbler; but that was vulimr; wo have
also listened to the fashionable piano pound-
drii, its llioy screamed "Tin ouo,'' without
rolling up our eyes in ecstucics, or feeling out the gardener, ho found it to bo a small
any other, emotion than thai of laughtm ;
that was decidedly boorish j but now we
have heard Jenny Lind, and our opinion of
her must' determino' our musiad position,
forever, Well, the first emotion we. ffc)t
ofter hearing her as they say "in a cavatlna
from the opera of 4der Freyschutz,' " wo
only filt, and wo speak truly, that it was a
great pity that a girl of Jenny Lind's good
sensQ should . be compelled to make such
outrageous facos at an intelligent audience;
but so it was, and wo could not blame hor
it's the fashion. Such were our fust im
passions; but when sho.sung " Home, sweet
Home," and "Coming, through the Rye,"
it wasgotting down inio our aimosphore; and
such singing we novcrxpecHo hoar again;
home was rur'aweetcMi'fi'cr," hearing Jenny
Lind sing pboul It, and as to the "rye-field,"
we wore never tired, of ;coning through"
it. She has a wonderful vnjee; and ascends
tho scale to ihe highest noios, with an cac
that .baffles the most ucuto perceptions to de
tect even ejortin reaching it, much, less'de
foci. Sometimes, in "tho fluto notes'V as
they are appropriately called, she suems y
Jill the room with the richest sounds we
ever heard from human lips, yet you find it
impossible to detect where they come from;
you would willingly protest that sho did not
prodncu ihom; yet wo supposo she dues, j
r ADDRKSS OF KOSSUTH
Ao 11UKUARY. iy
A valu -jcorespondent of the Asmonean,
"M. H. Bitteslau, bsq.; soma time since pla
ced at our disposal several' extracts from s
talonted work then about to bapublished in
London, by a Hungarian, co-religionist, Cap
tain Philin Korn. under the title of the New
est Chronicle of the Magyars, - (JVnete
Chronic der Magyaren.) among which doc
uments we find one particularly opposite
and interesting a this moment, and feeling
that the pathos and fire of tho German is per
fectly untranslatable, we navq given, lor tne
behefu of our numerous Gorman readors,
besides the translation, a literal copy of the
original. .Conscious of the sympathy they
entertain for poor Hungary end its martyrs,
we are assurea upon reaumg in iouiuhi
vigorous strains the patriot's farewell (Ab-
schied) to his Fatherland, their solicitude
will be increased to greet the illustrious ex
ile in a manner suitabio to his merits and
compatible with the great position this na
tion holds as the palladium of Liberty.
In the work alluded to, Uapiain ivorn
states, before Kossuth's departure from Hun-
!;arian soil, he knelt down upon it, opened
lis arms as if he would embrace its fields,
kissed the earth moistened and sanctified b
the blood.of Us most valuable children an
after addressing a short prayer to the Dii
... . - , t i
posor of all events, he pronounced tne ioi-
farewell to the fatherland.
God be with thoe, my be'oved Father
land 1 God be with thoo. Fatherland of the
Maayars I God bo with thee, land of .tor
tures I 1 shall
thy grnve, tlio jhoushndst. of tho sixteenth
will iirtive, to save thee
' Be laiihful as liithrrio, keep, to the' .holy
scntejioes- of thet Bible, pray for thy libera
tion, and then cliaunt thy national hymns,
when thy mountaftis retclio tho thunder ol
the cannons of thy liberators 1 - God be with
you, dear comrades and fellow-suileiers I
Tho angels of Gtd and of liberty be with
you. Vou may still be proud, for the Lion
of Europe hud to be aroused to Conquer the
rebels I .The whole civilized world has ad
mired you as heroes, and the cause of the
heroic nations will bo supported by jhe fre
est of the fi ee nations on earth t
MARRIED. In Rutland, on Monday Morning
October 27th, by Rev. T. C. EatonJ Mr, Waldo
R. Stono, to Miss Fiancj Bkitt.
Medical Notice The Mergs Co. Medical
Association will hold a special meeting on Satur
day, the 8th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M.
By order of the President.
CHAS. F. THOMA8;
Pomeroy, Nov. 3, 'fil. Secretary.
' i WCKY-VEBY! . V
I a&rU fiirtlic East in dead "lo? water, aittf
I got' up to Wheeling m 30 houra, and neveK.
stuck 1 1 Made my quickest trip oveftlie moun
tains, and arrived in 1'hiladelplihr" before break'
fast 1 1 1 Took up the morning paper, and found
the Sheriff had levied on and would icll the mxt
morning a fine stock of Dry Goods. Terms: cash.
As 1 had a little of the Ready along, 1 wet
down to the auction; and if I did not buy goods
cheap enough this time, I shan't try again I II
They have just arrived at River freights, lea
than one half what- my neighbors have paid, so
that I will now be able to sell leas tbaa any per
son in the Ohio Valley 1 1 J .
The stock consists of ." ','.' - . ,, .
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,. Queemware, i.
Boots, Shoes, flats. Caps, Bonnetts, Iron, Steel,
Mill Saws, Farmers' and Mtchanrcr Tools, Win- t
dow Glass, Glassware, Hullowware. 8toneware, .
Clocks and in fac about everything,UsefnLtO. .
dividuals of this country.
'f W. H. REMINGTON.
Oct.f27, 1851 n49w3.
. . . .
A7I7 have just opened a very large and beau-
tuui assortment ot
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
direct from New York, Philadelphia and Balti
more. The most part f which were bought in
larce lots from first hands, at ereatlv reduced pri
ces, expressly for the Jobing Trade 1 and we feel
confident in saying that we are now prepared to
offer the greatest bargains, either at Wholesale or
Retail, that has ever been seen in this section of
country. H you will call and .examine my stock
tho nrir.es shall convince von-.that what I sav is
not be able (0 behold , the true, - E. 6. EDWARDS. '
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, thata petition '
will be presented to the Commissioners of f
Meigs county, at their December session ntxljf
asking that permission be granted Benjamin Nl-1
son to make an alteration in the direction or-the-X
State road running throuph his farm in Sala J
township: commencing about fifty rods east of
his house; thence in a southwesterly direction 1
passing a few rods south of hia house to intersect
the same road on the top of the hill about twenty
rods west of his house. , '
c B. NELSON.
November 4, 1861. no50w4pd. - ' "
summits of thy mountains :. no
I be able to call my FntherlandrejBoil,
whore, on the mother's heart I iutowgpthe
milk of Freedom and Justice 1 Pardon me,
my Fatherland, mo who atncondemned to
more fchall ' Pomeroy. Nov. 3, 1361.
wander ahmi; from. thoTlfecauso I strove fX Pieces Muslin
in thy welfare. Pardon mo who no more tlU lOdo all wool
Ci Pieces Black, Green, Red and Fancy Al
JJ pacca, French Merino and Thibet Cloth
Nov. 3, 186U
calls anything fret, but the small -space,
where I am now kneeling down with a few
of thy sons. My looks full upon thee, Oh,
nonr Father and 1 see thee bent clown
. ... , .. . . .
with sum-rings I 1 now turn mem 10 tutu-
ritv. thv Future is nothing but a great gnel I
Thy plains are moistened witn crimson gore,
which will soon be blackened by unmerci
ful devastation and destruction, as if to mourn
Delane, all colors.
do., and Poplins, very
Sale of Keal Estate by order f Court -
On the 20th day of December next, A. V. 1841. j
at 11 0, clock in the forenoon, at the premises, ia
Scipio township, tn Meigs county Ohio, will be
sold to the highest bidder the following real BS-
tate, towit; South west corner of the southeast ' .
quarter of section No. 16, in town Nov 7, Snd
range I4nn the Uhto company's purchase in ocrp-
ifl townshfp, in Meigs county, Ohio. Subject to -the
dowetof the widow. Appraised at 9700. and ' ,
must sell for 40fi ?3j0n the following terms, to
wit : One thiriUu...iaiTd : one third in six mpnthsj
lastdione third in one year, with interest from day
ot sale, e ALfKKlJ Lbfc, Adm'
T of Elias Willisoa.
October 28, '61 n49w6.
Pieces Black and Colored Dress and Bon.
nett Silks. A fine lot of Bay Stnte, Black,
Red and Mode Shawls, of superior quality, at
JMOV. 3, '51. tUWAHUS'
K.i(f Pieces real Madder Prints, from 8
KfJJ to 12 cents per yard.
60 pieces Gingham and Hoyle s 6-4 Prints, at
hov. 3, 01. " euwaiujs-.
BOI LEU AND ENGINES FOB SALE.
rtiAiikc 1 Dinnti Din a n,i nnK . A lo rti.;
over the numberless conquests which thy j meres, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans. &o., cheap
at " ' JiDWAKUS'.
Srins liave uchiovcu over the accursed eno-
mies of thy hnllowou sou. How many
greatful hearts lifted up their prayers to the
Throno of the Almighty I How many tears
have flowed, which would even have moved
Hell lo compassion! How many streams
of blood have run, as proofs, how the lluiv
Nov. 3, '51,
cots and Shoes: a good assortment,
.. . . EDWARDS'
ILK, FuvMexicari and Wool Hats.
Silk Plush, Mohair and Cloth Caps, at
, 1 EDWARDS'.
balloon, in tho car of which was a card
bowing tho following inscription,:
7 Erebus, 112 W.Long.
71 deg, N. Lat
' September S, 1851. '
: 1: Blocked iq.; ii
Tho matter was at first looked upon as a
hoax, but subsequent events led to a com
munication being mddo with the Admiralty,
who sent for the balloon and card, and im
mediately pn their receipt sent down Capt.
Beochy, Ri N., to Gloucester, with another
officer, to make inquiries. - These inquiries
are now being prosecuiod: Captain X?eechy
having been twice, at Wootton, examining
all parties resident thero. It turns out that
It is a real Government, balloon of exactly
a similar kind to those sent out with the
Erebus, when sho sailed from England.
Qur opinion is that tho above is a hoax.
t ,' , V X ;
PHOJUCTUa ASSASSINATION OP KoSSUTII.
The Loudon Times litis private advioesw hich
inform it ihtu Lord Dudley Stewart has ob
mined intelligence from Vienna that an at
tempt to assassinate Kossuth would bo made
on his landing at Southampton, and that two
females had left the Austrian capital for the
express purposo of making an attempt upon
the lifo of the illustrious fugitive, at South
ampton. Great precautions were to be ta
ken by the authorities at Southampton to
frustrate the Sutsnie designs of these fanatic
Snow Stokm. Boston wns visited with a
violent snow storm on tho 27th.
COMMGP( PLEAS JUDGES.
The following list .of Common Pleas
udgesi that wro elected on the 14th ult.
we copy from the Statesman:
Hamilton Stanley Matthews, Robort B.
Warden und A. G. VV. Carter, (doms.
First Subdivision Builer, Preblo and
Darke Abner1 Haines, (dem.
Secund Subdivision Montgomery, Mi
ami and Champaign Ralph S. Hart, (whig.)
third subdivision Warren, Clinton,
Greene and Gierke--William A. Rogers,
(dcm.) ' "
THIRD DISTRICT4 , - 1
First Sul-1 -vision Shelby Auglaize, Al
en, Hardin,' Logan, Union and Marion
Benjamin F. Metcalf, (dom.) .
eecona otweWmon Mercer. Van Wert,
Putnam, Paulding, Defiance, Williams Hen
ry and Fulton John M. Palmer, (dem)P
lhira bupaivmon Wood, Soneca. Han
cock, Wyandot and Crawford Lawrence
W. Hull, (dom.) -
' TOUHTH DISTRICT.
First Subdivision Lucas, Onowa. San
dusky, Erie'and Huron Lucius B. Otis,
Becond Subdivision Lorain, Medina and
Summit Samuel Humphrevillo, (dem.)
' Third Subdivision Cuyahoga Samuel
.First Subdivision Clermont, Brown and
Adams Shcpard F. Norris, (dem.)
Second Subdivision Ross, Highland and
Fayette John L. Green, (whig.) ....
Third Subdivision Pickaway, Franklin
and Madison James L. Bates, (whig.)
SIXTH DISTRICT. .
First Subdivision Licking. Knox and
Delaware Rollin C. Hurd, (whig.)
Second Subdivision Morrow, Richland
and Ashland James Stewart, (dem.)
Third Subdivision Wayne, Holmes and
-I I W . ! .. - ' . .
uo8iiocton martin weiKer, (wmg.;
SEVENTH DISTRICT. '
First Subdivision Fairfield, Perry and
Hocking Henry C. Whitman, (dem.)
Second . Subdivision Jackson, Vinton,
Pflto, Scioto and Lawrence Win. V. Peck,
Thiid Subdivision-wGullia, Moigs', Athens
and WushiBgion---Sirh.con Nush, (whig.)
Tl ' . EIGHTH DISTRICT.
.First Subdivision Muskingum and Mor
gan Richard Stllwell, (whic.V
. Second Subdivision-jGuornsey, Bolmont
ono monroov-u. j, yxioxanuor, (acm.)
Third Subdivision Jefferson, Harrison
and Tuscarawas -Tborrihs L. Jowett, (denv.)
First Subdivision St4rk, Carroll and Co
lumbiana G, W. lieldca, (dem.) "'
Second Subdivision Trumbull, Portage
and Mnhoning Luther Dnyi (dem.) f'
Third Subdivision Geauga, Lake- and
Ashtabula lieul"n Hitchcock, (freb'soil )
Cr Tho Memphis and 'Aj-knnsa, papers
advertiso proposals for bids for lovoeing tho
west bank of the Mississippi rivor.Xioin the
Missouri line down the borders of two or
three counties in Arkansas. .The', act of
Congress in roferenco lo swamp lands grants
to tho Staio of Arkansas about ten millions
of acres,, of great fertility, and occupying
tho best cottou climate of the Siato, but
which are now subject to occasional over
flows, and consequently uncultivated. Con
tractors, nro to receivo their pay in lands
thus redeemqd, at 0 and 75 coins an acre.
The leveo is to be raised thirty inches above
the highest . known floods, and to" have a
base of seven feet for each foot in height,
and tojhuve a breadth on top equal to its
height, with a rounding surface.. This is a
kind of 'internal Improvement?; to which
no ino enn object. ' ' '. ,
C3r h is slated by tho Bridgeport Stand
ard that Mr, P. T. Barnum will be nomina
ted by the "Temperance party" of Con
necticut for Governor, and that the Locofo
co will nominnto him also,
earian loves his Fatherland, and how ho can Ttonnets 1 Florence Braid, China' Pearl, Tulip
... l I 1 . .1. ... 1.-1 I C...U I I ,1,. PnlnrnH Strn, . P.nWAHDK'
in i,ir 11 1 ni v i 1111HL imiu. ut5iuvuii i. mil- vwu.v ..u,., v
erland, become a sUvel
Thy beloved sons aro chained and drag
gcd away like slaves, destined to fetter again
everythinK that is hely ; to become service
able to all that is unholy I 0 Lord if thou
lovest thy people, whose heroic ancestors
Thou didst enable to conquer under Arpad,
amid so manifold danners, I beseech Thee
and I implore Thee. O humble it not
i"1 Tl ti'
"STAND AND DEEIVEIt."
SIGN OF CHEAP ANDY WHITE FLAG
ALTHOUGH some of our merchants tell about
cheap traveling and other such things, ena
bling them to sell low, we can beat them, as
we returned home trotntne fcasi 111 a skiii, thus
enabling us to sell 20 per cent, lower than any
U 1 Ilill'lUIG J, UV.O. W IIUIUUIU . liv. . uiuuitllg u. -.J --......
Behold, my dear Fatherland, thus speaks body who traveled by railroad and steamboat. P'
.u-.u., ,k.,i,;.iminlnriMIM More than this: while others were paying 15 cents
ihoethy son, in the whirlwind oftroubles n(!rhlimlred for frei,,ht.-Andv shinned a lot in the .
A Second hand Boiler, 24 feet long and 40 in.
in diameter. Algo, one Saw and pne Grist
Mill Engine. Also, J'iij Front and Breeching for
two 40 inchfBoilers, withstand and Steam Pipes
complete. Will be sold very low, if abplication
be made soon to W. V. f akk, ltavenswooa, vs.
Octoper.28, '51 n49w3pd. ...
NOTICE isSjhercby given that 1 have been
appointed and qualittedjyi Administrator 0B
the estate of Benjamin Che se late of Meigs coun
ty, dee'd. . THAKTin unAsn.
Octoben, I8S1 ntiwi t
Notice ts hereby giip thata petition .
will be presented to the conuuissioners o f
Meigs county, at their December session, USfil,
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 j
commencing at the crossing of the creek near Jo
seph Howclls and endinj iw flie center of the
road at Selim Day's, locating said road on said
White's land so as to ran parallel widths ue
between spid White and Peter Alkire.
Sept. 27, 1851 nw4. ' k
Notice. . " ; '
AT my instance an attachment was this day
issued by H. H. Rice, aJustise of the peace.
f Salisbury township,-Meigs county, against the: .
ropedty and effects of James Muir a non-resideat
sair county. WILLIAH shokt. ;
and despair, on thy utmost boundary I
Pardon me, if the great number of thy
sons have shod their blood for my sake, or
rather for thine, because 1 was their repre
sentativo : because I protected thee, when
on thv brow was wriiten in letters oi blood
tho word " Danger," bocauso 1, when it was
per hundred for freight, Andy shipped a lot in the
sk;ff, thus paying no freight at all. Beat this,
who can: and what is oetter our story is sincuy
true. Below is a schedule of the cheapest goods
to be found in the market, which neither require
"Auctions" or "Poetry" to sell them.
, For Laaies.
Ginghams, Calicoes, Plaids, Irish Linen, While
and Colored Cambrics, Gloves, Hosiery, Silks,
called unto thee, " Be a Slave," took up the Laces, Shawls, Ribbons, Pocket Handkerchiefs,
SVlOrd for tllCO ; because I girded on my annii-)-. nrett.iegr. rttfilfl for lAfliea ilresfls ever
1 I ..L . I. 1 . 1. I 1 . .. & .
swotu w nentne enemy nau me uuuuuny u made and no otiie btork has thkm.
say : " Thou art no more a nation
land ol the Magyars I
With gigantic paces limo rolled on, with
black yellow loiters Fato wroto on the pa
ges of thy history " Death 1 " and to stamp
tho seal upon it, it culled the Northern Lo
lossusio assist, but tho reddening Morn
ins dawn of tho South will melt this seal I
Behold, my dear Fatherland, for thee, who
hast shed so much of thy blood, there is not
even ci rftpassion ; becauso on tho hills,
which arc towered up by tho bones of thy
fallen sons, Tyranny earns her bread
O seo my dear Fatherland I the ungrate
ful, whom thou didst nourish from tho fat of
thy plentiiude, has turned against thee, a
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Tweeds, Satti
netts, Cravats, Vestinga, Gloves, Suspenders,
Hats, Caps, &c. .1 -
ALSO Hardware Queensware, Nails, Tobac
co, Cigars, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Spices, Toys, 4.0. ,
and a ""big dog" in addition. Io fine, every article
usual or unusual, kept in a retail store.
Don't forget the place sign of "Cheap Andy,"
All kinds of Country Produce received in ex
change for goods at the highest market piice.
Pomeroy, November 4, 1851.
Awful Calamity and Or cat Fall
Stock of Goods!!
JUST received at the Star Store, from the Eas
tern cities, a superior and splendid stock of
Fall and Winter Goods, which will be sold at
sup), rfwlitnpit nrin.B that it tutll natnnish f Via Nn-
gainst thee has turned the traitor, to destroy tives. My stock consists in part of the following
iheo irom tno nuaa to tno sole 01 tny loot 1 articles t
R111 ihnn. nnb n nni nn. hnKt piw nrnd n th u neccs rancy rnnts, at OU CIS. nn annum.
.1 1 . I .u.. 1 .k..
liiuu iiuoi uui tuiot-u iiiv iniu, up.auau 111 my .nn n , , Ci c . , ,i,:
. ,, . . - ffl . 1 . j uv uuu uvuu auuoiiucDt J annual. I1UU1IIIK,
Dosom over an suuering, ijofu is ensnrinea. 26 pieces Alpacas, from 26 to 50 cts per yd.
Magyars 1 turn your iooks not away troni 20 " Muslin DeLanes, atany price you want.
m e : for even at this moment my tears flow 20 Casimcres, from 60 cis to l,25 per yd.
only lor you, and the soil on which 1 am
kneeling, yet bunrs your name I Thou art
thrust down under thine own blow I not the
10 " Broad Cloth, ever so cheap.
50 Bbla. Whiskey, by the bbl gal or quart.
With a host of other Notions, such as are usually
kept in this Market. All of which will be sold
weapon of a foreign enemy, which has dug shocking low for cash in hand or produce deliv-
thy grave : not the cannons of the nations, "eu: ' ' '
u,hn RrA hrnnah.nn nonin,. .1,no.h " V.'?W mV more fully to explain,
, -.w-b... o 1 will by the way of poetry proclaim 1
have tottered back at the Love to thy Fath- Let pealing drums and cannons roar.
erland I not the- .Muscovites, who crawled And send the news from shore to shore
over the Carpathians, havo compelled theo That all creation both for and near,
to lav down tliinfl nrms. O no sold thou 9J cheap John's Goodssoon shall hear.
, j. , . ..mi r first I will speak ol Dry Goods rare
wbsi, ucni nuienuiiu. x iiy mjihuulb ui Sucu trophies sure will make you stare,
deatn, beloved tatherlnnd, wns written by Of Broad Cloths Cassimeres and pants so cheap.
him whose love to his country I nevet quos- 1 iaem 11 is useless more to spean.
,ir.noH r mmo,,i In ,tn UM fiini.. r Del ighted you can' t help but be
mv tho.mh.B. Iwnnld rmlu-r hnV H.hl Khe.n SU 8e(?. l)riceS. 8nd their quality. '
, ' . 0 , 1 ,., 1 ne sautes win my compliments receive :
tho existence of a good man than that ' I And call they must, the wonders to believe,
could have ihoucht he could have become as lor prints I have all kinds' jf stvles
the iruitoi of his Fatherland. F10,1?,-4 c,sup V 85, cU pi?c on top of piles'
And thou hast born betrayed by him, in , ""T" ,U5B.00' c.ome'
' I will give you bargains, ho ust for fun.
wnose nanus u low days ngo 1 laid the gov- From 16 cts to 26 youshall see Alpacas very fine;
eminent of our country, who has 6WOrn to And by the bye great bargains can be seen in ev-
dorond thee with the last drop of his blood. , ery line . .
;. . ... k-..ov Edgings, Laces and all kinds of fancv shawl. s
- ..,. "7 -"'"J' ''""- With Gloves and Stockings both here, and Cot
the color of his gold was dearer to him th an ton suit aU thaUcalls- . -f "
mat 01 diooo, winch was snea lor the lnue- Large stock of Boots and Shoes with best Sole
pendeuce ol the fatherland.' ihe promno i-ealher, . , v
mmal hail in hia mnro vnlnn ilmn The very articlfs to suit the muddy weather:
Holy God of his land, who forsook- him, M"Id?romew!iH'trp9 B'acks,mit?''s anv.ils
kv.0j i.. , ,:.fc ,k ' Not omiUl ,8 tw0 dozcn of .Mttan'a oxes with
n iisi. lv vntui v u ii lis u vi'vviiuii 1 fv mi aiiv no f " JinHUlCS
"Ociales of the Devil J - '' ' - Ohmy Whiskcv. too. t am sure it d first mte.
Maynra! my dear fellow-sons of tha Jt call at the Star Store for bargains great.. .
tr"l 'n mvsuso siO because .. 1 hcs & ticlea. are for sale by
I was compojlt d to cast my eye 6n this man
and to vacate my place lor nun. I was 0
bliged to do so, because the people placed
confidence in him, because the army loved
him, and he had already attained to a posi
tion in which he could have proved his fi
delity I and yet that man abused the confi
dence of the nation, and in return for the
love of his nation treated them with con
"' (Jursc him, people of the Magyars ! curso
the heart, Which did-not dry up, when it at
tempted to nourish him with' the moisture of
life I "
I love theo, Europe's truest nation I as 1
love the freedom for which thou fought so
bravely I Tho God of liberty will nove'r
bloi you out from His memory. Be blessed
Tor evermore I My principles were those
of Washington, though my deeds wcro nut
those of William Tell I I wish fur a free
nation, free as God only can create man
and thou an dead, because thy winier has
arrived ; but this will not last so long as thy
follow sufferer, languishing undor tho icy
nky of Siberia. . No liftocn nations have dug
Hie subscriber, who is sometimes called Chenn
John, andalso JOHNM. STRIDER.
10,000 bushels of Oats, and all of tho Com,
Potatoes, Flaxseed, and Beans that I can get. For
which the highest price will b paid in cash, or
money. ' -
N. B. A few words to those thai the coat fits :
What an awful thing it is to sell Whiskey. Oh,
deplorable wretch that does it I He has no con
science I He is destitute of all manly nrincitilc-s I
This is the language of a few would-be men of
mis place. As lor my part, 1 admit 1 sell Whis
key. Of course, according to the above declara
tion I must be a very devilish oreaturef but what
will some persons say to making a child's bargain.
And that is this : W hen you quit slandering your
betters, and will oome up like mcrihnd pay your
just debts, aud not lis eternally, add set time to
limo for years, then; I gay when that comes to be
the cssct 1 Will quit my bad habits.
A lew words, I say, you will find to betrue.i
Attend to your business, and you will have
1 : enough to do, '
' . JOHN M. STRIDER.
October 28, ;51n49tf. ' -
MOTIVE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that thesubscri
IX ber has been appointed and qualified as ad
ministrator on the estate of Ezeklel Worthen, late
of MeigN county, deceased. Dated at Orange, No
vember 3, 1831. JOS1AH SMITH.
November 4, lS5l.i50w4iU. . .
T my instance an attachment was "I da
issued by II. II. Rice a Justice of the peaea
for Snlisbury township, agaisst the property and
effects of David.J. Evans, an absconding debtor.
H. K. WILSON.
August 25, 1861 n57w5.
The. subscribers having been duly appointed by
the court of common pleas of Waafaingtsn coun
ty to administer upon the estate of Thomas W.
Williams, late of said county, deceased, hereby
give notice to all persons indebted to said estate
to make payment to them : and to all persons
.having claims against said estate to present ths
same to them, legally authenticated, witnin ouo
year from date.
A. W. WILLIAMS, Adm'i.
HAiiVM. WILLIAMS, Adm't. ,
Marietta, Oct. 28, '51--n49w3. .
A T mv instance an attachment was this day
J issued by S. S. Paine a Justice of the Peace
of Salisbury township, Meis county, against tha
property and effects of George W. Alien, a non
resident of said county. WM. WALLACE. -Pomeroy,
Oct. 20, '51 n!9w5.
rpHE RATES OF TAXATION in the county
JL of Meigs, for the year 1861, are as follows 1
For State purposes, 36 cts. on the $100 valuation.
For County Revenue 18 " " " - " i.,
For Common School 10 " " ' "'
And a special School '. . ,
tax in Scipioof , 4 " " " "
For Publio Building 6 ' " "
Also for Road purposes a general levy of 10 eta.
on the $100 valuation, and in the Towuships of
Chester and Orange each 10. els., in Olive 3 cts.,
Salisbtity Wets, on the 0100 valuation. ;
And for Town and PociPptrptsts in Bedfoti 10
els., lUtland 10 cts,, Salens cts., Salisbury 6 eta.
Scipio 3J cts., Orange 'tfLcts.,. Olive 3i Lebanon
6 cts., Chester 8 cU.ColjuihbiaS cts., Sutton 03t
ts. on the 8100 valtiifjj ' -1 '
Also, a corporation tiKn ths Iowa of Pomeroy
of 31 cts. on the 100 valtfotion.' -. . .
I will attend nt mypfliee in Pomeroy, personal
ly or by deputy from the- 20th day of September
until the 20th day of December 1851, for the put;
pose of receiving said taxes. '
O. BRANCH, Trcasurerof Meigs eo.
Pomeroy, Sept. 13, IS5L ". . ...
No 6 ngainst the World!
rixOR go od artices at ow prices,
OAKKS 4 BUSKIRK.
Full Assortment ,We are now recelvina
large additions to our stock of Grooonea, '
which we are selling very low for cash, Oome a4
examine for yourselves.
, GBKES & BUSKIRK,
IVJ OT1CE. At my instance an Attachment '
X. 1 was this issued by Seneca Haight, a Justice
of the peace of Rutland township, Meigs county
and State of Ohio, against the property and effecl
of William F. Kent, a non-resident of said coun
ty . . JAMES H. JOHNjSONv -
July 7, 0086. n4Qw3. .
ll.KIolaSBCH 'JOUarrelsvndlOhalf bty
fels, for sale by.- ,. -!-
Kond Tax Notice. -"
The Comniissioiitrs of Meigs county at their -
March session 1851, dctennined that a general
levy of ten cents on the 8100 valuation, be as
sensed bn tho taxable property of said, county
entered on the duplicate of 1851. '-' '' '
AfcSQ: An additional levy of 20 cents on ths
$100 valuation, by the Trustees of Chester,.2
cents 011 the tlOO, by the trustees of Olive of .
20 cents on the 8100, by the Trustees of Orange, ...
and 10 cents on the 8100 "By the Trustees of,
Salisbury. , J S. HALLIDAY Aud. .
June 80, 185l.-r-.n3Sw4..,!M .c , .. :
"Be member tJhe ftiithful pead.n
MARIETTA -MAUBIJE WORKS. :,'
HOLLISTER d, LEONARD would respeot- ,
form tho citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity
that they still continue the MARBLE BUSINESS
in all in. all its.variotu branches at their old stand 1
Sn Marietta, 0Imo.",p- ' '
- Having'jlist reeeiued a ln'rg-e aiiJ "U seleotad
assortment of Italian-and American Marblfe bial?
and Blocks, are prepared to make to order, MON
UMENTS, TOMH-TABLESflnd HEAD -STONES
of every variety, on the shortest, notice, in, tha
neatkst style, and for the lowest prices. " ' '
Marble Mantels, Centre Table-Tops, etc. al
ways on hand, .;. .
Grindstones from tho best Warren quarries, -'
eonstnutly on hand, wholesale or retail. J
Any orders addressed to us at Marietta, of B, J
B. Smith, Pomeroy, will be promptly attended to, r
Marietta, O. Juno 19, 1861. n37in6.'' ' " '
COAL STO VS. The celebrated Eiiterprita V
Nos. 1, 8 ahd 8 CalVand see-heni; at w.