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.DECEMBER 2, 1851.
GEN. WINF1ELD SCOTT
OCT Next weok wo will lay before our
readers at an early hour tho message of
President Fillmore. '
-Our carriers will deliver the "Telo
graph," one year, Brails, to whoever fur
nishes them with the best Now Year's ad
dress. We will now sco how much poetic
talent is hidden under the Con! smoke of
. this vicinity.
(r Those oysters at Hossick's, are lus
cious just drop in and enjoy Eastern luxu
ries at almost Eastern prices they are
. equal to null-fed.
ffir Would it not b well to read the or-'
dinanco in relation to pavements to the lot
holders below Sugar run. With the excep
' lion ofCapt. StePHENsoN, they soem to have
forgotten the law. It is very trying on "poor
spies" to trcad'in ihelr paths.
, (& Messrs W. Stivers, and 0. Branch
it Co. have the nouiosi and moot splendid
store rooms in the five counties, and we pre
dict that their sales will amply recompense
them for their good tnsto and public spirit.
Their neighbors musi improve or stand buck.
Kt- Wasted nt this olhce two hundred
new subscribers, for which wo will pay the
highest rates in "approvu4 paper'' co:ne
on, you can't ovorrun the trade.
. MiLLiNKnv. Miss Askins, asks the otten
tion of the Ladies of Pomeroy to her stock
of Milliner's goods, i'he lias just returned
from Cincinnati, and is prepared to furnish
the latest styles of bonnets and dresses.
Nothing looks so pretty as a well dressed la
dy, and no one can arrange all things so well
as a lady. Give her a call.
Kerr, of the Cincinnati left us so many
papers on Sunday that we have not had
time to read them all and write in full our
Ihunkg on the occasion. We will try, how
ever, and make amends next week.
QTho Buckeye State, is still, wo think
the fastest craft aflont at any rate bIio has
as clevor a sol of fellows from the Captain
down, as can be found anywhere she is
one of the crafts we read about Weaver
always remembers the "pillar of liberty"
the press. r ' .
(T The Tiber has our thanks for Cincin
nati papers. It is said that the Tibert the
best boat ever in tho trado and wo cannot
dispute it as it is the fact.
04rTha Ohio, is making hor regular
trips between Marietta and Cincinnati. She
passes everything that comes before her that
looks like a stern wheel and nearly every
thing olso. She is the boat to get through.
O-Tho Cincinnati and Louisville pa
pers are making a great ado over tho race
between the Pittsburgh and Telegraph No,
2. They had better crow wh'.'.o they can,
riio fact ihat the Telegraph went down
lonuuu witti resin, tar, (bra-oil, &c, to run,
wiih a now TJoat, wTiotk engines and. ma
elunery was nut even tskd.and then afior
the Pittsburgh had tuker in freight to chftl
lenge for a race, showeJ7i'.at she was afraid
until the to.ns were, on something
1 terms. XT ho Pittsburgh in addi
tion had to stop for fuuvTwhilo the Telegraph
never stopped u wiiueiKlier all only corn-
'Z minutes ttnuac 1.1ns is really
a mailer to uoustol. I ne Umciunati papers
arc now very conscientious fabout racing and
are trying to coax the Pittsburgh not to run.
"Do you sco anything green f't'- Or by tho
bye, huvo. you any recollection of the
Buckeye Male bcuiing your "crack bout,"
last season, eh? We have huweveV, trie
best authority for saying that the "long
horns," will have the pleasure of taking Ute
stem model n' the Pittsburgh before (Lhrist
vopCla j)?f of omo.
, CRYSTAL PALACE ITEMS."
The great Glass House at London, and The census of List year gives the popu-
overvthine connected wfth it, still continues nation of this Stato as follows:
an" object of ftnerest. Among other items
now current, it is stated that Mr. Paxton, the
Architect of the Crystal Palace, is to bo
knighted, and id roceivo 6000 for his de
sign of iho building. Between 2000 and
3000 aro to be distributed among the
White males.., 1,004,111
White females.. 951,997
Colored malea- ...L . 12,239
Colored females.. 12,061
Total population 1,980,403
The numbor of dwelling housos in the
Sappers and Miners who were employed State was 336,098; families 348,523; farms
about the building; and a considerable sum in cultivation 143,887; manufacturing estub
to the policemen employed in the building,
and to persons who will be dismissed from
employment by tho closing of the Exhibi-
.... i i i
lion. Tho person who icaseci inorignt to
sell refreshments In the Crystal Palace, is
said to have realized tho snug little bit of
pocket money of 8600,000 by the operation
Enoouraged, probably, by the prosperity of
this venture, a new speculator offers 25,000
for tho right to pick up such lost articles as
fell through the crevices of the floor upon
Deaths during the year
'AKIUVXL OF THE ASIA.
THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
V,; Halifax, Nov 24.
The steamship Asia, from Livorpool, with
dctes to the 15th inst, arrived, this morning
bt 8 o'clock. ' She bri.-u? 55 passengers
The English papers continue to be filled
ihe ground beneath. The planks, it will bo accounts of the triumphant progress of
remembered, were left with a space between Kossuth. He is everywhere receiving un
them, and, doubiless, some valuable wails precedentcd manifestations of admiration
junk into tho abyss. Several who have lost ' nneciion.: un tno utn, no aiienaea a
matters of considerable valuo, will station Polish. and Hungarian ball, at Unld Hall,
agemson the ground, when the boards are London, at.which ho met the Lord Mayor
removed, to reclaim thorn. Many of the ona i lady, and a number oi other uistin
exhibited ; articles have been , sold; among guished pesons.
them, all the American carriages. - Mr. Cobb The steujnshiri iDematara, belonging to
lias permission from tho Lords of tho'Trea- the West Intfia lme7w.hilo on her wrty from
sury, tointroduco a riflo and two carbines Bristol to Glasgow to rcceivo her engine, was
of his manufacture, as models for manufuc stranded, and forced to bo abandoned. She
inas. So look out.
turing similar ones in Great Britain; and
also a pair of pistols to anv institution in
England to which he may wish to present
them. Mr. Colt has requested permission
to dispose of about 250 of his pistols to offi
cers of the Army and Navy, and other gen-
iloiuun who have applied for them. Whe
ther he has obtained permission or not, is
was insured 48,000.
The submarine telegraph between Eng
land and France is now in full operation.
The inquiry relative to the conduct of Mr
Ramshaw, Judge of the Liverpool Couniy
Court, has not yet terminated
The British exports to tho Colonies for
last yekr are sialod to be 18 per cent, more
than in 1840. The exports to the United
States for the same time have increased 25
In the British shipping there has been an
Tub Two Governors Bigler. Wo be
lieve there have been one or two instances.
but wo cannot now remember thqm, where increase of 221,000 tons in iho entries in-
iwo brothers have been Governors of Siaies ward, and 15,000 tons in '.he entrios out
at one and tho same time, but there is no ward
03-Van Horn, of the Mehjs Co. "Tele
graph" has been to hear Jenny Lind and
has been giving his renders his impressions
of the Nightingale. Among other ihiiis ho
says Jenny's noso looks just like his. Shades
ol Mozart. Now it is well known that Van
Is nroverbial for having the nose worse than
any oilier mmi in the 12th CoriKrosoiunal
District. Athens Messenger.
P -fine yourself better Van Vorhes. Do
you mean his nose beais for size 1 If you
men n Hint, it is well you did nt carry your
comparison into this or Columbus" district
11 you mean thul his nose bents tor pure un
adulterated ugliness we guess you will win
if you take in all creation.
We thought our nose was "sum" in thai
line till wo suw "tho said noso "ahpve ro
ferred i i," but when we suwit we caved
However Van Horn should take conso
lation in iho reflection that somebody musi
have the ugliest nose, but wo (here we
-cannot resist the temptation to jump into
parenthesis and tell a story of a Duichrnunl
who was turned out of a militia company
because ho was so ugly. He went home,
looking v?ry sorrowful, and told the circum
stances to his wife, who tried to console
him by telling him, as we tell Van Horn.
that "somepody must pe te ugliest. "Yes,"'
said honest John, "1 know dat, Bets, put py
ching, Hikes not to pe he,) suppose Van
Horn "likes not to bo he." Mary nil le
Alas, poor noso! Liulo did wo think when
we instituted the comparison between the
nnsal organ of the Divine Jenny and our
own that we were poking our nose into such
a serious business but we are in for it, and
we shall back our nose aguinsi a wholo ar
my of noses. Jealous editors may turn up
their noses at us but ours was up alwajs.
Hamilton's nose is iusi no nose at all it
has no character no point. Van Voriies
has u D.iteh nose you cun'i remember for
, five miiiuirs what it looks like. And Mas
com tho last man who ought to nose him
6elfinto a controversy about noses a moun
tain among molehills but still wo have the
advantage our nose is a nose that has indi
viduality his is a nose rn masse. But wo
are content "10 pe he" ns long as there is
a Jenny Lind for if we cun'i sing like her
we can blow our nose like her so there's
jjlory enough for us 1 Peace, peace, ye pic
Man noses! Wo are nasicurnous among
frtEi.oQUE.NT Tkibute.--Ii is well kniown
ihut Thomas F. Marshall, of Kentucky,
has bi en at open warfare with Mr. Clay lor
several years. Ho is now ti member of ih-l
Kentucky Legislature mid has been charged
with trying to produce .dissension between
the friends of Mr. Clay and 'Mr. Critten
den. In a letter repelling these charges,
which wu find in the Louisville Journal,
iho following eulogy occurs, which for bril
liancy and noble generosity, to a political
adversary, wo never have socn suTpasjed.
We doubt if in tho whole range of elo
quent ascriptions to tho Great Commoner,
it can be equalled, lie says:
"I said that tho Adams administration
had fallen and that Kentucky among others
struck a fatal blow. Is not this historically
true ) Was this statement, under tho ex
planations uliioli 1 Lave givun. Uuha-llus
and here, aimed as a saicasm at Mr. Cluy,
or can it be wrested into on assertion that
Mr. Critcnden was the auihot of his great-
uess I mr. iiay uiu ian in iozo, aim irom
a lofty height, but sprang, as he always
springs, hKo me antique wrestler, tne strong
instance on record where brothers have been
so far apart, tiuder such peculiar circum
stances as is now tho case with the Biglcrs
of Pennsylvania. William Bigler is the
Governor elect of Pennsylvania, and his
brother, John Bigler, is the Governor elect
sS the Staio of California. One will
. i ....
CO- Col. II. L. Kinney, of Texas, offers
to Kossuth and his companions ten thous
and acres of tho most fertile land in that
Stato, on the Nueces river.
Emigration from the Western States
to Texas. Tho Tulcquah (Cherokee) Ad
vocate of iho 24th tilt., says that during ihe
past week, qtiito u number of families pass
ed through that ploce, wending their way to
Texas. The Advocate adJs, that the emi
gration to Texas him been greater during ihe
presor t ilmn any previous season-
Archbishop Hughes a Cardinal A
cot respondent of tho Newark "Advertiser,
writing from Rome, under the date of Octo
ber 26ih, announces that Archbishop Hughes
U to wear iho scarlet cup after all. His
Grace has. been made a Cardinal at lam, in
pitc of oil opposition. Tho- important faci
was made known, us 1 am well assured, to
ho "congregation," on Friday, the 10th inst,
ao thai the effect of his late visit to tho Holy
J3oo iu been under-estiinatod, Tho ap
pointment is said to have boon made, with
what degreo of truth I do not know, without
tho nppiobationi if hot in ftro of iho express
protest of all the Roman Cutholio Bishops
in tho United Stales, save one, and contrary
to the opinion of Chiel Justiee Tnney.
'Itawever tho fact msy be, ihe siatcmeni Is
current hrr , un U jj' tier.illy h.-JicVt rl.
Owing to tho many pressing engagements
of M. Kossuth, which had absorbed all his
lime and greatly fatigued him. he stated thai
he would be unable to sail for the United
Stales until the 20th, whon he would take
his departure in tho Humboldt.
Tho New Zealand and Sidney Steamer,
Portsmouth Dispatch of Saturday
Two coal boats belonging to Smithley
and Cjlvin of Pittsburgh, were sunk last
night in the storm, 8 or 10 miles above this
placo, and 13 persons drownod. Tho wa
ves ran so high that they dashed entirely o-
ver the boats, and when it was found impos
sible to keep them afloat, the men took the
skiff, but it was dashed into the boats and
they wont down together. The men then
took to a plank, and were washed off one by
one, until all were lost, except Wm. Coding
ton, who pulled off his cravat and lashed
himself to it. , He floated down to spring-
ville, and was there thrown onshore. The
drowned were named John Thompson, Jo'
seph Thou pson, John SanJeri, James !' ays
Henry Fern, Lomon McCarty. John Will
iams, Wm Jackson, Geo Robinson, David
Nancrow, Win Loyd, Patrick McDonard,
and Jesse Howell.
Williams had several thousand dollars
n gold and silver with lilm, to purchase land
with in tho West. McCarty had charge
of the boats. Lodinmon was in the river
honrs before ho could reach the shores
The boats were for Louisville.
As ihe niahi was very stormy, we shall
doubiless hear of many oiher serious acci
dents. Mr. Codington informs us that be
fore their boats went down, they heard cries
along shore lor help.
The body of Lemon McCarty has since
been found floated ashore on a piece of the
boat which had broken off. Two trunks be
longing to aome of the crew also found
A coal boat belonging toll. VV. smith
of Brownsville, was sunk 20 miles above
this place last night. She had 13,000 bush
ols of coul for the Cincinnati Gas Co. N
We learn, also, thai five poor fellows
came into Riggs' saw mill yesterday morn
me, to warm and dry themselves. 1 he
had neither cojis nor hats, and had barely
escaped with their lives by swiming from
their sinking coul boat lo shore. The boa
in their care sunk in the bend above town.
Postscript. A man named Wm. Loyd
was found floating on a portion of a boat
opposite this place, and was taken out, al
most dead. . His recovery is doubtlul. The
body of McCarty was shipped last night on
the Hibornia No. 2, to his friends in Piiu
burnh. Wo have obtained a correct list of
he names of those cn board ihe ill fated
boats, as follows :
John Loug, John Sanderson, Joseph
Thompson, Henry Cker, Georgu Dunlavy.
Henry rarrell, James Avery, Ixcorge faco
MISS E. ASKINS,
Milliner and Mantuamakcr.
HAS JUST RECEIVED and is now opening,
one door above the RiheUlarfer House,
IN REMINGTON'S BUILDING,
general assortment of Bonnet?, Ribbons, Artificial
Flowers, Crapes and Milliners Trimmintrs of all
kinds and of the best quality, which will be sold at
very small advance.
Pomeroy, December 2, 1851 v3n28tf.
Notice in Chancery.
TOHNM. SEGKIST, Philip L. Segrist, and
I Joseph Seirrist, of the county of Mason, in the
Stato of Virginia, will take notice that on the
17th day oT November, AD 1851, Tnoraos DoaH
filed his Bill in Chancery m the ofhee ol the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas of Meies county,
Ohio, aeainst them and Hugh McUullough and
Robert Laughlin. Said bill states, among other
things, that the complainant, Thomas Doak, at
the October terra of said court A D 184'J, obtain
ed a decree against McCullougli for 1118 flfl,
with costs of suit; that the same remains unpaid
and that said McCullougli is in possession of, and
lias an equitable title to the premises liercinaiter
described, situate in said county of Meigs, to-wit:
All or a tract of 624 acres, being a part ol the
southwest quarter of section seventeen, in town
ship two, range twelve. Beginning at the south
east comer of the southwest quarter ol said sec
tion: thence north 100 rods: thenco west 100
rods; thence south 100 rods; thcnce,east to begin
ning 100 rods, except a parcel of about six acres
out of the north part thereof, heretofore transferred
by said McCullough to F. D. Wolf; and that the
said&egru holds the legal title to said premises.
The prayer of said Kill is, among other things,
that the interest of said McCullough in said pre
mises may be sold for the satisfaction of said de
And the said John M., Philip L. and Joseph
Segrist will take notice, further, tAat unless they
appear withia sixty days from the, next term of
said co .irt and plead, answer or demur to said bill,
the same, at the next tenn thereafter, as to them,
will be taken as confessed and a decree praved ac
cordingly. J. CARTWK1GHT,
Sol. for Compl't.
December 2, 1861 n2w6. 85 25.
S"! Kesnlar Passenger Pack-
sT;7ry neiwcen rumriey hiiu
isszza Cincinnati The splendid light
aught Passenger Packet
T 1 II E It f
WASH. KERR, Master, will leave POMEROY
every Monday morning, at 8 o'clock.
Will ltave CINCINNATI every Thursday eve
ning at 4 o'clock.
O" The TIBER is new. substantial and finely
furnished intended solely fortius trade and may
be depended on, as such. .
f or lreigiit or passage apply ort board.
November 11, 1861. n51tf.
n, k rwiuvrv; nun uuuuuuu
f- i5f Packet. The light draught and last
JAMES NEWTON, Mastkr, leaves Pomeroy
every SATURDAY morning, at 8 o'clock.
ijnn uoni iiuving ueen purciioscu cAjiicwir tut
this trade will make regular trips. Strict atten
tion will be paid to the comfort of passengers,
and the "ronpt and safe 'delivery of freight e
Nutsed to the care' rf "aid boat.
trovember U, 1851 noltf. ; .
fji.K Regular pomeroy and
Ufe'fgt, Portsmouth Semi-Weekly
- ' - "T -a - " 'Pk. c. I
JOHN BRUBAKER, Master, will make semi
weekly trips between Pomeroy and Portsmouth.
Leaves Pomeroy every Monday and Thursday,
at 7, o'clock, A. M.
Leaves Portsmouth every Tuesday and Friday,
at 10 o'clock, A. M.
O I he REVEILLE having been purchased and
fitted up expressly for the Pomeroy and Portsmouth
trade, will run regularly, leaving promptly at the
above hours. All business entrusted to this Boat,
will receive particular attention..
Pomeroy, August 20, 9859. m2.
Between I'itslmrgh.ITIaricttn, Pome
roy ana wallipolis.
The new and last running steam
er GOV. MEIGS, Captain Johm N.
o :i, . l. .. l - 1. 1
MiwtrH nM 11, nK, win umnc icgiua. wcvmj
hive charge of the Keystone of ihe arch, 0f August 18th, brought.'gold to ihe amount
and tno other over the Jiureka ol iho Uon- 0f 11,000, and diftrr.onds valued at 28,-
le-Jcracy. One will govern on tho Pacific; 000, from the newly discovered mines. It
iho other on the Atlantic. Ono will be
chief maHimrjio of the. State of mineral
fields of iron, copper and lend, the other
chief magistrate of untold deposites of gold,
silver, platinav and mountains of sinncbur.
is reported, that in Frederick valley, the mi
ners are reaping rich harvosts corno of
them having found lumps of gold of the
valuo of 12 or 14. Two men had suc
ceeded in obtaining $350 worth in two days.
To wind up the story, they were formerly The gold is found in largo quariz voins.
printers, nnd worked as journeymen in 1 THF m apicrt!
Breadslrfs. Flour .and wlieat aro steady
ih a gotiu demand. , Fair qualities are a
shade dearer." orn is dull, with a fair do-
mand. . The market is dull trcnernllv
Provisions. Sales of Beef are rather
difficult. No sales of pork; and no new ba-
Clearfield couniyV Pennsylvania.
veiling ru4. received a
ipton, winch says that
. , . r ,, :t .t . .V. - I J
ir Irom ins tun, more lerr.oie on ino reoouuu
than he was ere' shaken from his feel. 1
have studied his life, his speeches, his ac
tions, his diameter. I have heard him at
the bur and in the Senate. I have seen him
in his contests with other men, when all the
stormy pnsshns ol his tempestuous soul
were lashed by disapointmcnt and oimosi-
'ion, to tho ftaming rngc of the ocean, when
all the winds are unchained and sweop in
full career over the free and bounding bosom
of the deep. He owes less of his greaimss
to education or to art than any man living.
lio owes lo.s of his commanding influence to
other men, than any great leader I havo ev
er known, or of whom I have ever rcaJ.i-
Hc consults nobody, ho leans upon nobody,
he fears nobody, lie wears nature's patent
of nubility forever on his brow, ilq stalks
among men wall an unanswerable and never
doubling air of eonimund. His sweeping
nnd imperial p idc, his indomitable vill, his
uncnnuMiro courage, challenge froialUub
mission or combat. Willi him there can be
tio neutrality. Death, tribute, or the koran,
is his nioito. Ureal in speech, gront in nc
lion, his urcoincss is all Ins own. He is in
dependent alike of history or tho schools ;
he knows little of either and despises both.
His ambition, his spirit, und his eloquence
ore all great, natural, and entirely his own
If lie is like anybody, ho does not know it
He hus never studied models, sind, if ho had
his prido would have rescued him from the
fault of Imitation. Ho sioik amoiier men
in towering and barbaric grifndeur, in all ihe
hardihood und rudeness jf perfect originali
ty, independent of the polish and beyond the
reuch oi art. His vast outline und grand
but wild and undefined proportions liken
him lo a huge mass of gruniio torn in some
convulsion of nuiure from a mountain's
side, which any effort of iho ehisol would
only disfigure, and which no instrument in
tho sculptor's studio could grap or com
prehend." (pj-As there has been much speculation
about tho political opinions of Kossuth, we
extract tho following explicit declaration
from his speech of tho 3J of November, to
an audience of tho inhabitants of London,
estimated at 150.0U0 persons.
Secondly, that though tho people of Hun
gary were monarchical for a thousand year.',
yet the continued perjury of tho Ilapsburgs
during 300 years tho sacrilegious faithless
ness by which it destroyed its own histori
cal existence with the historical existence of
my nation, as also my country's present in
tolerable oppression havo so entirely
plucked out of the heart of my nation nil
ftiiih, belief, attachment to monarchy, thai
ihero is no power on earth to knit the bro
ken lio again; and, therolore, Hungary wills
and wishes to be a free and independent re-
fiublic; but a republic founded on thi rule of
aw, securing suciul order, security to per
son and to propeny, and the moral develop
mem, as well ns the muicrial welfare
of the peop'e 'Cheers) in a word, a re
public like that of Ihe United States, found
td on institutions Inherited from Huglund
itself. This is the conviction of my pea
plo, which I ihart in the very bean of myi
04rThe N. Y. J
letter from Souiha
Kossuth will c&yo over in the Humboldt
instead of tho Wnshininon. Rumors of
Ausuinn snie3 'and hired assassins takino
..-... ., .,
passage in-the Washington, have reached con cl "erea' quent.y, tno tirst ar
Southampton, and have occasioned so much
concern that many of his friends there think
it would be exposing both himself and steam
er to too gfrcat risk, if they allowed him to
take passogo in her.
A New Comet. A letter from Berlin of
tho s6th ultimo states that Dr. Brown has
juyr discovered, at the Observntory of Ber
lin, a new comol, in the constellation of Ca-
nis Venatorius. This comet is very lumi
nous, and has two tails. As it will soon be
in conjunction with tho sun, it may bo seen
in the evening in the not th west, and in the
morning in tho northeast at a distance of
from seven to eight degrees from the last
Mar of tho tail of Ursa Major.
rivals will sell well. Lard is heavy, with
limned sales. Chesse and butter have
slightly advanced. Tallow is dull, and pri
ces are in favor of buyers.
Groceries. Sugar is depressed and mo
lasses firm, with a moderate demand.
Iron. A fair business is doing prices re
Linseed oil is lower.
The accouchment of tho Queen is daily
expected, and atrangemonis havo been
made by which the sex of tho heir is to he
transmitted by signal lighu
A bill has been introduced into the Span
ish Cortez, proposing a reduction of custom
NEW SOUTH WALES
The accounts from Sidnoy, which are to
ville, Wm. Thompson, James Loag, James
Hay, Lemon AIcLnrtney, all drowned, and
Wm. (Jodineton and John lhomnson, who
were saved. These men were all from Saw
Mill P.un, Pittsburgh. Mr. O. A. Lee,
pilot on a coal boat, saved, says that ho
heard yesterday of nine boats, tour above
and five belo,v this place, that were swamp
ed dl within 20 miles.
Blue Ridge Tunnel. The Engineer of
of the Blue Ridgo Railroad contradicts tho
rumor that tho work on that tunnel is to be ,,,e 18lh of Au3usi, represent the success of
ubandoncd on account of the hardness lhe g!d huhtets as being very great, and
of the rock. H0j writes to the Railroad ,ho 1ual''y of gold ns excellent. Sid
Journal "that, although the rock is of the nev nnu l"urs 0,e almost deserter i ne
hurdest kind, beinc solid trap or Greenstone wctipts at the principal towns, averaged
with veins of flint, yel we progress at the from 20,000 to 25,000 per week
rate of about ono hundred feet per month EGYPT,
from the two ends; It being impracticable to Advices from Alexandria to the 20th ult.,
avail ourselves of shafts at tho depth of 700 state that Abbas Pasha has received tho per
feci below the Blue Ridge, especially through mission of tho Porto at Constantinople, to
so hard materials." The tunnel will be construct a railroad over the Isthmus ol
4.2G0 feet lorg, nnd ihe workmen have pen
ot ruled 800 feet already. It is approached
on the east side by a rise of 70 feet to the
mile for 14 miles, and descends on the weit
three miles at 70 feet per milo.
Suez, by which certain facilities are grant
ed, calculated to"ass'st the enterprise. "
Tho Catholic Clergy aro particularly busy
in spiritual and temporal matters. They
nrn mnkinir n regular onslaunht unon tha
(tt-The Louisville Journal, of Monday, Freemnsons. and ara determined in thoir
says that on Sunday a fleet of scvontyfour onnR sil!n sn thfi RVStnm of nntlonnl nHtl.B.
flat-boats, loaded for New Orleans, passed . r ,, ,
.... , . . . ' 1 . tron; and finally, they are prepnrng a plnn
safely over the fulls. A skin, with fivo boys , . . . ., . , , .
. . ' , , , J of operations against the Ministry, which is
in it, was drawn Into the currepi awl carried . . , .
nil safe. The water was only four ... ,. , . i
... - I anu win, tuey ueiievu, uu suucessiui.
AHUIVUi OT THE BROTHER JONA
New York, Nov. 28.
The steamer Brother Jonathan, from
Chores, arrived here this mor ning, in com
mand of Capt. Kiihergo, Capi. Wells having
been left at Jamaica sick; she brings nothing
Inter from California; her datei from San
Juan are to lhe 12th, and from Kington to
the 24th instant. She brings about 400 pas
senor3, and a small amount of .gold, on
The cholera still lingers in the island, and
the small pox continues with unabated vio
lcr.ee in Dunconand Ulster Spring districts
LATE it l-JtO.11 HAVANA Sill. TII11ASI1
fill TO BE PAUDONEP.
Charleston, Nov. 28
The Cnptuin General had indiccied to
the American Consul, that it was hij inten
lion to pnidon Mr. Thrasher in a few days
on condition that ho leave the Island.
Twenty days to bo given him to settle up
Un tho 19th, tho Queen's birth-day was
celebrated with grout pomp.
STIC AM BOAT S V N K T 1 1 1 1.T Y Ll V ES
St. Louis, Nov. 27.
Tho sioamer Archer, ascending, r.nd Die
Vernon, descending, came into collision this
morning, aboul two o'clock, five miles be
low tho rmuih of tio Illinois river. Tho
Archer was cui in two, and sunk in fifteen
feci water. All tho persons on tin lower
deck were drowned.
ONE DAY LATER.
St. Louis, Nov. 28.
Tho following aro the names of the par
sons who were lost on the Archer, as fur as
can bo ascertained: June Smyers and six
children ranging in age from 5 to 20 years;
Susan Dick; an Irish family of eight persons,
and nino or ion deck hands. About thirty
are known to haveliaen lost. S-inriel S ny
crs and Daniel Dick and sister ware annng
tho3o saved. The books and papers belong
ing to the boat were lost.
STAND AND DSX1VEII."
SIGN OK CHEAP ANDY WHITE FLAG.
ALTHOUGH some of our merchants tell about
cheap traveling aii'l other such things, ciia
bliiif thein to sell low, we can beat them, ns
we returned home from the East in a skill', thus
enabling us to sell 20 per cent, lower than any
body who traveled ty railroad and slearnlioat.
More than this: while others were paying 75 cents
per hundred for freight, Andy shipped a lot in the
kitr, thU3 paying no Ireight nt all. Heat tins,
who can: and what is better our story is strictly
true. Uelow is a schedule of the cheapest goods
to he found in lhe market, which neither require
Auctions or "f octry ' to sell them.
Giiijjhams, Calicoes, Fluids, Irish Linen, White
and Colored Cambrics, Gloves, Hosiery, Silks,
Lares, Shawls, iiibbons, Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Crovuls, and a new and splendid style of Evelina
goods the prettiest article for ladies dresses ever
made and no otmkr stork has them.
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Tweeds, Sutti-
netts, Cravnts, Vestings, Gloves, Suspenders,
Hats, Caps, Stc.
ALSU Hardware, (Jueensware, ISails, Tobac
co, Cigars, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Spices, Toys, lie,
and a "big dog" in addition, in hue, every article
usual or unusual, kept in a retail store.
Don't loreet the place sign of "Cheap Amly,"
All kinds of Country Produce received in ex
change for goods at the highest market piiee.
A. LUL tijNEK.
Pomeroy, November 4, 1851.
trins between the above ports.
Leaving Pittsburgh for Marietta, Pomeroy and
Gnllipolis, every TUESDAY, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Returning leaves Pomeroy for Marietta and
Pittsburgh, every THURSDAY at 9 o'clock, A. M.
June 09, 8005. n37tf.
HEAD QUARTERS, N- 2.
WE have juat opened a very large and beau
tiful assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
direct from New York, Philadelphia and Haiti-
more. 1 he most part Gt which were bought in
lar;.e lots from first hands, at preatlv reduced pri
ces, expressly for the Jobing Trade ; and wo feel
confident in saying that we are now preiyired t
oiler Che greatest bargains, either at Wholesale or
Retail, that has ever been seen in this section of
country. If you will call and examine my stock
lhe prices shall convince you that whut I say is
true. E. S. EDWARDS.
Pomeroy. Nov. 3, 1351.
i Pieces Black, Green, Red and Fancy Al
JJ paces, French Merino and Thibet Cloth
Nov. 3, 1851.
COHEN, has the pleasure of announ cing tha
through every obstacle and in despite of all
misfortune he is again at his post witha splendid
lot of Clothing. He has passed through the fire
and has not been found wanting. Although ons of
the severest sufferers, yet through the kindness of
friends, his establishment, Phoenix-like, has risea
from its fishes, with all its fonner beauty and excel
lence restored. He hopes his buying friends will
rally around him and assist in the work of recover
ing his loss.
cif mug lor tiic xnonsanas.
Cohen, on Front street, dispensing .0 his
countless customers the most superb, convenient,
heap r.nd durable articles of Clothing ever hoard
f in the annals of time. Come one and all and
bo habited. Summer goods of all descriptions for
sale unusually cheap.
We read that, in the days ol old,
The Poets snug of mystic Love,
Hut for the best now things have chsufed,
As in these stanzas we shall provs.
To Cohen give your attention;
Facts of importance he will mentioa:
On Front street, at the old stand,
As every person surely knows,
He always keel s a fresh supply
Of tasty, good, and well made clothes.
Cloaks an 1 coats of every cut and kind.
To please the most fastidious mind; ,
Pants and Vests the very best.
He ever keeps on hand;
Collars and Shirfs and fancy IUU,
l lie liuesi siyie wiinm me inuaj .
Fine cloth and silk plush cops,
Marietta Shoes and Roots,
And fancy gentlemen's furnishing goods,
Cottons, Silks, Linens and Hosiery,
Carpet Rags, Trunks and Jewelry
There is no scarcity.
Those who would be wise will come and buf
of his supply, on Front between Court and Liad
streets, at Cohen's Headquarters.
Pomeroy, June 26, 1851. n38tf.
syf Pieces Muslin Delano, all colors,
and Poplins, very
JJ 10 do all wool
Pieces Hlack nnd Colored Dress and Bon
nctt Silks. A fine lot of Day State, Rlaek,
Red and Mode Shawls, of superior quality, at
Nov. 3, '51. EDWARDS'.
Pieces real Madder Prints, from 8
to 12 cents per yard.
50 pieces Gingham and Hoyle's 5-4 Prints, at
Hov. 3, '51. EDWARDS'.
and a half feet on the falls
The Telegraph between Fiunce and
England. This Tolegraph lino is in ope
ration. On the 22nd uliimo M. Toy, Di
The econd reading of the new electoral
law took place in the National Assembly on
Thursday, the 17ih, when it was lost by 17
rector of the Telegraphic Bureau in Paris, votes. Notwithstanding this second defeut
sent a messnga to the South Foreland, on of the ministry, everything remained quiet
the English coast and received a reply in
less ihun a minute nnd a half after tho mes
sage had departed on its errand.
Labgk Yield of Corn. Tho Cincinnati
Comcrcinl says, it is stated that a farmer of
Rutlor county, Ohio, has cultivated, this sea
son, on tho bottom land of tho Great Miami,
sixty acres of corn, which yielded ninety
bushels to liio acre. At thirty cents per
bushel, this crop would amount to 91,620.
fjr Thirty-tix millions of dollar have
havo boon shipped from tho United Slates
to Europe within the past season. Glorious
free trade "in horn." T.
in Paris, and no extreme agitation is likely
to be attempted by the Mountain until tho
general election, when tho strength of all
lhe parties will be exerted to. the utmost.
,. LivERrobL, Nov. 15.
CoionThe market is active. Hollings
herd's circular quotes Cotton jd. advance.
Tha isles of Friday amounted to 7000 bales,
and the market was dull, prices being barely
supported. - : ; f -
Looisvillb, Nov. 20.
The stoamer Time and Tide sunk in the
Illinois river, at Beardstown bar. . '
The river has risen two feet and now re
mains stationary. The weather is clear
Flour is unchanged, with sales of 1500
Whisky is selling at lfiJulSj.
Cheese Sules 100 boxes at 6J
Hogs The receipts are increasing, wiih
sales of 3000 at 84 50a4 554 60.
Provisions Sales 300 blls. moss pork at
$12. Sales 4000 green hams, to bo deliv
ered at Madison, la., at Ofc.
Groceries Sales 600 bags coffee at 9la9J
per lb now held ut 10c.
Driod Peachos Sales of new at $2 60
per bushel. "
Cusli for Horses.
WANTED, immediately, for the United
)iSrf States service, fromJIOOto 200good, active,
' smooth, nnheaded. Draeoon Horses, ner-
feotly sound and free from blemishes in every re
spect not under four jior over seven years old
past; and not under fifteen nor over sixteen hands
nigh, under the standard; of dark colors, vis:
black, brown, bay, sorrel, and iron gray; manes
and tales to be loug, full and flowing, and all to
be square trotters, The ollicei who purchases the
Horses can be seen at any time during the day, by
enquiring at the American House, Usllipolis,
December 2, 1HH1 . -n'2w3.
mollis : Black, Blue and Drab ; Also Cassi
J meres, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans. &c., rheap
oots and Shoes: a good assortment, at
OILK, Fur, Mexican and Wool Hats.
O Silk Plush, Jlohair and Cloth Caps, at
l)Ollliets: Florence Braid, China Pearl, Tulip
U do., Colored Straw, at r.DV AHPa
iUOTlCElS HEREBY GIVEN, that thesubsci-
li her has been appointed and qualified as ad
lninistrntor on the estate of r.zekiel Worthed, late
of Meigs countv, decoased. Dated at Orange, No
vember 3, 185 1'. JOS1AH SMITH.
November 4, 1S51. noOwlpd.
OT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a petition
will be presented to the Commissioners of
Meigs county, at their December session mut,
asking that permission be granted Benjamin Nel
son to make an alteration in the direction of the
State road running through his farm in Salem
township: commencing about fifty rods east of
his house; thence in a southwesterly direction
passing a few rods south of his house to intersect
the same road on the top of the hill about twenty
rods west of his house.
November iri S6h--tt5l,H pd;
Engines, machinery, Plows, Sto ves.
THE subscriber having purchased the entire in
terest in the above establishment, is prepared to
furnish any article desired from an Engine to a
flat iron. Having in his employ the most experi
enced workmen, he can safely promise that his
work shall be as represented and to put all cavil
at fault he will warrant all work sent from
his establishment. He is prepared to fill orders
for Steam Enyiues, Maehiuery of every
kind Stoves, Hollow Ware, Grates,
Salt Fans, Metal Plates of every size
and in short anything and everything that can be
manufactured from castor wrought Iron.
His Steam Engines have given the highest satis
faction in every instance when properly set in
order, and for neatness of finish and excellence
of materials arc not surpassed nnywhere. He in
vites orders from any part of the Western coun
tryconvinced that he can do such work as will
stand inspection in anv market.
Pomeroy, November 11, ISal nSltf.
AMi'S PATENT CONCRETE
SAFES. Patented August '.'1st, 1849.
Warranted free from Damp and Mould, as well as
We are manufacturing the above superior Safe
at our establishment on Culumbiaslreet, between
Broadway and Sycamore street, No. 4!), and have
constantly on hand a good assortment.
These Safes are a better article, as it regards
Fire Proof quality and Dryness, than any others
manufactured in the United Stales.
We say further, that no manufacturer dare risk
the reputation of their Safes by testing ono of
equal size and thickness with ours, on a fair trial
Slmuld they or any of them. conclude to do so,
we will furnish them a Safe free of charge, provi
ded it does not on trial prove to be the best article.
HALL, DODDS t CO.
Cjnciiinali, Nov. II. 1S.M uMvl
THE partnership heretofore existing between
Wm. McAboy and Spalding Cutler has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. Dated Oc
rtobe271, tiOl. WM. McABOY.
November 11, 1IS51 aw.
A w f nTCa 1 ain 1 1 y an TOr cat Fall
Stoek of GOodstl
JUST received at the Star Store, from the Eas
tern cities, a superior and splendid stock ol
Full and Winter Goods, which will be sold al
such reduced prices that it will astonish the Na
tives. My stock consists in part of the following
200 Pieces Fancy Prints, at 50 els. on armfull.
200 " Brown Muslin, awful cheap.
500 pair Boots and Shoes, for almost nothing.
28 pieces Alpacas, from 25 to 50 cts per yd.
20 " Muslin DeLanes, at any price you want
20 . Casimeres, from 60 cts to $1,25 per yd.
10 " Broad Cloth, ever so cheap.
50 Bbls. Whiskey, by the bbl gal or quart.
With a host of other Notions, such as are usualli
kept in this Market. All of which will be sole
shocking low for cash in hand or produce deliv.
In view my Goods more fully to expl.anl
I will by the way of poetry proclaim:
Let pealing drums and cannons roar,
And send the news from shore to shore, :
That all creation both for and near,
Of cheap John's Goods soon shall hear.
First 1 will speak of Dry Goods rare ;
Such trophies sure will make you stare.
Of Broad Cloths Cassimeres and pants so cheap.
Of tlicm it is useless more to speak.
Delighted you can't help but be
When you sec their prices and their quality.
The Ladies will my compliments receive ;
aiiu call they must, tho wonders to believe.
As for prints I have all kinds of stvles '
cts up to 'ii cts pTTeTTntopoTpnesr
ter Goods for. soon it will come,
I will give you hurraing, ho lust for fun.
From 16 cts to 25 you shall see Alpacas very fine!)
And by the bye great bargains can be seen in ev
Edgings, Laces and all kinds of fancy shawl.s
With Gloves and Stockings both here, and Ct-
ton to suit all that calls
Large slock of Boots and Shoes with best Sole
The very aniens to suit, the muddy weather;
Hardware from Jews Harps to Blacksmith's aaviU
Not omitting two dozen of Mann's axes witi
Oh my Whiskey, too, I am sure it is first ratej.
J nst call at the Star Store for bargains great.
These with many other articles are for sale by.
the subscriber, who is sometimes called 'Cheap
John, and also JOHNM. STRIDER. 5
10,000 bushels of Oats, and all of the Cora,
Potatoes, Flaxseed, and Beans that I can get. Yf
wmcn me highest price will be paid in cash
N. B. A few words to those that the coat fits :
What an awful thing it is to sell Whiskey. Oh,
deplorable wretch that does it 1 He has uo con
science I He is destitute of all manly priucipes !
This is the language of a few would-be men of
this plane. As for my part, I admit I sell Whis
key. Of course, according to the above declara
tion I must be a very devilish oreaturcf but whit
will some persons say to making a child's bargain.
And that is this : When you quit slandering your
betters, and will come up like men and pay your
just debts, nnd not lio eternally, and sot time to
timo for years, thenj I 8ay when that comes to t
the case, 1 will quit my bad habits.
A few words, 1 say, you will find to be true.
Attend to your business, nnd you wil ove .
enough to do.
JOHN M. STRIDER. ;
Owber 28, ;51 n 9tf. ' '
V OTICE is hereby given that 1 have been
1.1 appointed s:d qualified as Administrator orj
the estate of Benjamin Chase lute of Meigs coun
ty, decU MARTIN CHASE. '
Ocloliet 7. M li-7 w I