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fili V Dir IPL'I niMI 111
T. A. PLANTS, EDITOR.
K1UUAT i i t I
I Dtrtmlwr t, !
SOCTH CAROLJSA. i; ' g.
Now that South CarofHri ifTilutio
drlare war a.z-iinst the ure-t of man
kind," it is a matter of some interest to
in-jnire into her ahilhy to meet the
'p.r.ldsrnis,M .is fhf' professes to he
ansiouVto do. ."..:' '-r
In the Lcsrtslaturo of that State
jfjUilitetlrt report, piving the popula
tion nt'tlie State, with the births and
lation WKStftr was 6,5(f?;' dfwh'j eh
nAWf?23;5if1, br a little over one
tAirAL.Jera Rhitvn,l 384,934-were '
This shows an excess of 101,4X1 catered
(fviriffift jfltU prpnlatioti .of !B6 State,
u pseflfcloji fg .9?4" ?.n oAeijeoHtrtr iea
dreli ofttfe pewe? fif-tbef fehitalry:'
Efe51fy?Vhes 'Tt t!: known thai cverV
wiuuijrf.a-t vn the Kt-.v is ou the patrol-
list to keep dowilsthfhegfes ;aad;preT,
3ttt: there1 is another 'fealurV of jt'Kia"
report deserving", of consideration. .. The
number ,of, birthV. tK? ; whplf wVtte
poj .t4l.aton mountcd. .in, thuti year ; to
4,628 onlfyhile th-feirths f''iRtfe6P
oretf 'WT.'ttkiroQ nioWei' to :: 14,'
mowing, it Eicvirs yi ysivrgu. ytruis aver
that of the whitesof" 9,564 t "a i.gl
"year! IW;loQg -wiU?U takejiit this
rate, for .the colored population ' to ' so
far outgrow the whites as to make it, Im
possible jlo keep heip.i bondage?, itow
inyieri can yhis lund ,f the "i'tlr
nfettb'i .spurs from thsr. putcoh gangs to
rqdentali or peculiar t the year
Whave et?t .hand tis .State
refcw&sifinr atf WheV year; bIt the.'Ui
lattppujdtit, has.heen inffreasingdverf
the-'Khites with's'Tery Uniform 'raiio'
. ThWjyitf rc9' the' ;hjUs fwerc FjJ:
seae i?e? ir rconrderahti m.ajrilajn
litfii Js whitij eleeiit ,ha4 JecTsaDeir
Jorfv-sven vr een;,in lityvKjoriif-Jour
per1 cent; i'tV' ;-pr eJt
In. lP5i o.hlywt'jrHjJpiE,r oent. sf tha
ppulaii0ttir Tw hlte.i W' havfe 'hel'j
yep "seen 'ue Tciurns oi ina cepsus gi
decrease, f; w.hites.jn tthijf aiModcj .En?.-' :
raist but of t;hi populaii;' afSUhH,
-iiV.i:! . ,VL-A : ni ji. itar I
naabet;6f whitfeUialeV.in 185? was 35-
taks ,u I thf"reQver 3 and j; Bowie
kujfatlajefy earlj.agij, buttsuppose
;T7b eyss. wauloTuitrdly" a ter the 'exlerirn-
were; unde sixteen y earn of tigal Take
this from the whole number and it leaves
71,580. But I2.60Tof these last were
horp in other States and countries, and
thsfUf cjofifcheiPuJfierirtjlWuet these
frobi tlivrW,audi titer ;rmira,' while
lualeu ineSfAte,''ofef'siitecii vrabf
aBxwhk-fc lafct'class must be the
largest of all olhersM 7ir i wSU
to the majorities given to the furtle
pivblicaH?uibef jf ;CcJigres8 rrn Il
linois are expected to stawd guard Over
policy of the world, and blot from' the
lisjtfflfftatigns tih kWgdotns an3 people
who will not bow down to. a-leottpii bale
at '- the" command'' of -' these' drivers of.
-SOmV-df the0 Reader 6f 'the JJeir.at d
rjCju"2la'g Varttel ""ofAlatama have Issied
an'aaJresB to the people of .tha-t Btiite"
itrfW.fe&kihdy ahjtVotthe-aotix3nV0rf he
TiiortatlCtt ktiniOni84??Th 4-et-1
s tan,tly a H Jb y. tha t . Ste ; ifpffo if . no
othjf wtjpj ler.ScfljVof 0lgr.
las tJtd;BU meo, & represented .' by the
authors of this addres;cde"a!ot-wau Al
aba ma to: po "slonCnd
aijd secure hf co-pper!
SlUtWtTFhaeh iJarthghi paa be
sccarei infiahoi'Utime;b ?.-ili ,'i
h' MeJtl'e"an tyl cf polities seerts'to
be0 all We fash'ibii nd wj, in ' uiany. of the
Southern J5tates.;.. A few desperat lead
ers Q ay. 'iilt their poekta with- tb poila
of 'plaudered towns, as they do-in Mex
iedVhnfo' to thV fitate !tha-f;toiirates
t Beign 'orabarch Jj ', The " masses ,p'f
the. people,, now -insane witli passion, cn
gendetsed'by these demagogue, will find,
ww lafe.i that- they, ha; forged
lC cuiiua MUtvu. Kill uiuu men unw.
..'ifM.j.T :j.hilu ..,.-:.( V " :
jimbjud iaajLejthcni, the- hopess
Ferf s; of ttheir UBScrupulous leaders.; ...
irfrkoi'sic4iom. ' ;..'-
We-'hafeth fqlFyot of Illinois at
last. It foots up, for Lincoln, 172,541;
Douglas, lbd,54CBeIl, 4,81G; JBtkJubv
ridg, 2yS72.il- It wiH'bei'sh-that. lin-
cdWv'hiJtor'ity ovDdulay is 31 1,996, !
IJej i'irkinjgejncutn. W.s,
ct6jBajatfl&4jB7ibw aWu ao sui
x?ZXMt&yy? S5i 'KM r?ti
fihow. a pain-, pf ,01480 j JaaTirp
That! viU $o Joi; jthi 'Atnao.if iJe3glas i
add; 'IuAedrnfr-Hshows f fhe estimate
th: people ofrtiaTtafe lacd uponf;ih
partiesand thejr representativtnier. To
accomplish this glorkras-reeuH msnyJ
thdasafeds of honest ,DetnocTat!aban -
dbned their party and' voted ttje Repubii- "
can ticket! All honor to them for their''
8vpnSisih the facr?tfi,it fdr'hibre
loan flii, Ciiiurwitt. oiacfc-.oriug-
relativily toypet'eent." Tn 1820,
it' hadtfaitt'JeWe'asd.'and sh'oWed but
ting army" under the .age of ittteefc
I, of the "wh'o'le.- nuutb"e.r " of; white
jlea,, 18q7r! giyepboA-f ,.631,180
I Fuyftas(Oithe RepUblwnwrd;
TilK HKAL H'KJTX IN D1SPITK
h Piiul:,to see brethren disagree, j
j Httt juht at this juueture la iir1 Affairs,
evenr)ur Southern 'brathren'' cannot i
agree among; themselves. 'It is known
Ht son;e pj thesis hutesuch aS;Jlary
land : Virfriniay kcutocl'y, &ftitk
peculiarly "slave breeding" couimWitie,
while the cotton and sugar growing
States are "consumers" of the Virginia
product. In these Gulf States, rt is
thought to be more profitable to pur
chase slaves and work them to death In
seven years, on an average, than to raise
them. Consequently, these States dc
penTJ oprelgir martet to UeTpivp their
stock. Virginia and Congo arc the two
greatest regions of supply. V Virginia
has acquired, deservedly, a wide reputa-.
tion for the quality of her stock. ' Her
'first families' have been so long engaged
in the business, and have studied the ef
feat of judicioua ."crossing" so perfectly
that, they claim to have reduced the
'rafsingi; of negroes" to a science, and
boast fC their ability to, compete suc
e.essfUy with their rivals, the Chiefs of
Ueago. ' B't it - is admitted that the
Oqngoes, can produce, .the article much
vhcaper.'per' hundred," than, Virginia" is
williag: tn do.,,: It is true,? Virginia
claims that, she has improved the breed
so that her stock is much superior to the
common stock ,'bf the Congoes, and! is
worth the difference in cost. .And j , for
fancy purposes, thia claiin, is just.:. But
for the purposes of 1be "out door"- nark
of the Gulf Patriarchaj the Congo article
is said, to he superior ta the improved
Virginia breeds. ., . . .j
In this tate of things the planters of
the Gulf States prefer the Congoes, and
wish td buy in th'ef market where they:
can; hiv "theV'cheest. "Bui" yirglnia. .
being.thahome Qpem.ocrcy,,!ind exer- i
pisiug a controlling-influence over thei
GoYernraentv f- the plaited States, ' and
looking to her own "peculiar" interests",
has procured the prohibition of all trade
with" Congo evcii'punishing withdeath
he planir whcj goesi.to that market for
hk,pc.ki,J; Ths .shown the statesman
(ship" of Virginia, as itcompels the plan
Urs ' W'iky 'her heroes at ! hor own
prices. f Thejisintfrssay ihey ;.could pur
bse'aJu::oiig? at.iSlOOf a
iiead while,in .e'onsequenie Wtthi a-'
j ust -and tyrannical f4aw,tliey are "com -
pelled -td' Vy" Virginia ?I00 for' an
article,, reauynjerjor, ior meir purposes.
And a them is n q prospect of reppaling
this oppressive law, and opening ai din
reot trade' with Cmga, while the preseht
Union" exists, they are for ati immediate,
dissolutipii, vj.4 .,. ..!,. .J'ji':fV,7"'";
t But a .dissolution' of the ITnioo : and
new- confedeVay .'of
th'G ulf States alone, with frec rade-in
iit'Tfrpr' -would uttcrlv-fuln" itHe chiv-
iggef;.yrPu'4 utterly ruin" the chiv
airy of Vjrgiuia. ' Jleuce Virginia, and
the other "stock raising State," are ut
terly, jpppoised ,to a diasoJutiojn,,j unless
tneyiatf join the neAr-confederacy, ad
sr!ee4ft-o it as td Ireep p their tnonep
oly of the slave tra'de.l To ths the
Gulf States will hot agree',' and bencg the.
quarr! b,tweeu .them.r; They csaythey
might as well remain iu the Union 5as-it
is, as to form a new one' in whu;.r! th'
Slavd brecditig States should' havea con-J
trplUijg ijnflueuce. in Uijis.yiew.qf tpe
.subjedtiithe Govenor of South Oaxolida.
protests arj$4iu8,i((irg)n.ttu jnter the
Ae.w .njeonfederaeyi Thfe j LSta trtrnW Jpf
Virgini, : and especially -cihe Bjehinud;
iSvjiirerkxCi taken mortal offehsVat thfs,
and the row promises to he a' tieh" oie.
' We do not see hothedifficulty is to
be settled. The vital interests both
sectliini a'reai stake' But,sd fcr as '-wo
enseethe. very eJEistencej of 'Tirginial
penda upW the result; i Without a. mar
ket f 6 her -anrinal' crop "Of hegroest ultfer
bankf tinicv would ' nrostcate'her dh ' a
year1: ti, iut sue.: couia , foot sustaiu. uerei
iu ouipcttiQn,with het?:f5ongOr.;rjvals;
and hence' the' strait-she !is -nowiin
Xtep-'iM, .bfieVo 'the"lOAlf ,'States wUI
adrui' fjJeJawarejVjfaryUn 1 Tirginiai
Kentucky and $orth (rcJina4;th9lr
peopoeetl faew confederacy; for fear they
would bontrbf it and use"it,! arthey have
are ndt; adniittod into, the j"new Repub:
4io,J-' !theii: interests will Impel theut : to;
oppose 'the dissolution'' of the-'present 4
' JJ ,,,!-'' (.i;V
.We look, therefore, for a fierce conflict
buying States. . - And .rwith-.'i Governor
Wise at the' head of hisr "legions'," had
fighting in so holy cause, tvci would
"bet" on the success of the gallant Vir
ginians.1' When ' this issue ' is fairly
made upj'. J-he people of the Free States,
should we think, stanci in perfect peutral
ity arid let the fate Of rmiea determine
live orates mnn niggers. jkb x nis rs
the real qn'esiiont last. . ; ' 1 -
How it WbrlM. -
Wc" - take ' the
folldwiuir from the
Chicago Journal: ' .'-'""
Orders to a tonsiderable; amount were
receifed.in this city, a .few., days since,
from Vw- ; Orleans and - Baltimore; for
HoUr and er.n U"?al" They were from
houses that had heretofore traded in this
market. -: Their credit has been ' A No.
lt ,anl uV dealers in breadstuffs Avcro al
wavi Wlad to fill their ordei'3- But the
secession movement at the South has un
settled confidence in all Southern bouses;
and their, orders . were , deelined .... . , They
wer? aJvised,; respectfully, : pf the fact,
aud notified; that the only- , tonus .on
which 4be fe shipments could be, made
.v ;., ... .,,.f...-
w rfc iettoa. r
" The official returus of , New York, are
alTln.:,icThe vote is i as'follows.: - Lincoln,
plete-.in New York, -Doagl.is, Bell
aUd Breckinridge men all uniting on
one ticket, so ; that ; Lincoln's m-jority
over all is 18,093. Good for the thrtpirc
has just sent in to .the LegistatHr--bf
thaVStat," a!uiessag& in whih"hl.u?tcry
the ptesdfc' TJtiibri strstafn' thdir nio-'
nopplj i$t Aefijye irasyX'pd if ihey
IIOVTO SATK THEVMO..
The Penifecracy have invented an'easy
war, to savtMhe Union. They exhaust-1
el the utmost eiipafity of language in
abusing thej Republicans, miareprcscnt
iugtheirspriuciplJa,'jand hruateting the
overthrow ef the Government if tliu peo
ple should elect Lincoln and llarulin.
Well, the people of the States where free-
tlom nfsnforli nnd of t hn hnllnt v.Mr-,inoil
. .. . ,
uumam-ui 1IIU1U11UI.'K, 'ieeiCU IIH-
Republican candidates. Thj leaders of j
the dcfcVted'factions thereupon have set I
up a 'howl thathas mado the very heavens
to re-echo,. The whole laud is filled
with tho t-avingsdr thesd madhieiTwhO,"
with treason in their hearts and cursing
in their mouths, are attempting insanely
to glut their hate by destroying the
Government, they were no longer ' per
mitted by an outraged people to controi'.
.. Having broughtthe whole, business of
the country into chaos . by their machinations-1
having fanned the fanaticism
of their gabble- followers-into madness;
until ready to lay, their traitorous hands
upon the Constition of the country and
drench the : land, in fraternal blood,
these very men have the cool audacity
toeall upon Lincoln and Hamlin to ' re
tign the positions to which they have heen
ejected in order to save the country! , Save
the country from what? Why from the
vandal hands of these very craspira torsf
Who else threatens'; the pcaco of the
coulitry? .The people, in thj quiet ma
jority of their conscious strength, and in
the calm- exercise of their constitutional
rights, have just elected Abraham Lin
coin" President-V In' doing, so they ' have
displaced a Demociratic . Administratiofi,
itt whichrthe nation had lost all con
fidence. ; Thcy have, to rejected : the
claiuis of the . Various factions which
fstrove so desperately for power.'-. The
leaders .of these', factions attempted to
intimidate; the people-, with,. threats of
disunioh before the election. Bui. find
ing fheir insulting ; bravado dtsrj?gard.ed,:
they have .called eouventions iij , seycxal
States with .the. aTf owed design of break
ing up the ;Gvbrnmicnt and producing
a; civil ' Jwart 1Sfonding-thus withvthe:
lighted., torch in. their .hands read'td
play. theT incendiary, they:,,havc s the.
enrdutery UJ1 further toinSult. the mauT.
hood tt Iho atronbv-idemanding the
instant-' resignation of .the chosen - bhlef
lajestfat'ci of iho ttnion. ' -'j ' .
I ,From Governors,. Benators, ) Jlembers
o ,r Congress' AdLtosi, !and; private men,
this insane htaHui is-niadiri Thdf say
the. Union can yefc.be saved, bat drily 'on
they, ,-,and alV-Vill yet be well. ,. But if
he refuses, then, he, and the Republican
patty!are resrionsible :for thd' calamities
which are to follow!".'. But what calami
ties are impending other than the
threatened treason of these yerymeuSy
None i whatever. ;Let; them submit to
the Constitution and the lawsto ajust
administratioa: .of 'JLhii ;pOi'efnnioht' b j
ine cuosen representatives oi ine peopie,
and peaoe and prosperity vill.be, the. in-.
stant: resultil Let them cease their
conspiracy 'against the Constitution and
the Union, and all . difficulty is at an
-; - .: . . ; t.-j ... -. ..
' J'Bnt that is not what these admirers
of, fea''olltic's' want.'1 Peace' arid
tranquility would , send hem. into. bl
seurityt a ndf submission to (the- fairly ex
pressed will of th pcopler would drive
them frdm their ' hold upon the public
Treasury.' 'Aftd herfee their desperation.
I' Lincoln is' "receiving letters! daily,
threatening asBassinaiou if ho. does .not
resign. ' And it is by no - means ( certain
that these threats will 'not be -put; into
execijition.'i;'Men whbwill eominif trea
sou against theircountry will not hesT?
tate j to ccommit,:.muricFiif they .can
accomplish , I their i purpdso-: o thereby-rr
With Llncoltf "and' Hamlin Wt of the
way, Jthekp; consummate' Villains - wouldi
reiain tneir jpowec. n,a case oi me ueaiu
or resignatiou ofi-thc President and Vice
President the President prri. teni of the
Senate tates the' 'President's seat.1 '' the
Senate is ', Demoeratld'. and can . elect
' ' . i : j t ."..iijji i'. : .
Bkiuridgev:Pfslde.B pro., tein. ; If,
therefore, Lincolaandilamlra 'can but
be frightened info' resignation,"or dis
posed of at the bauds of assassins and
murderers, Breckinridge may be made
President an the : ieadejs'of the party
still retain the.;ohiees and 'emoluments,
the prospective toss, of which has driven
theni to desperatiorii1
Vilvr - it
' .WA -fi.'nt1':-tii.tmiwlriri;,
,1V. A X U U U. . J . fc .- . v ' ' . -
think Lincoln's lift iy danger,; and shall
not bft surpressed,; a My ,.hourr to hear
that the attempt has becu made to assas
sinate hjm.' The thought 1s' a gloomy
one, but the public mind may1 as well be
prepared for the worst. .Arp tlie people
prepared to have the Union .' saved, s by J
these meansf We are assured by a
thousand voices' that there js no other
way to save it! , Is it not time' to con
sider whether it is worth saving at such
a cost?:; , .:) ';.;;,; .;;.,,r ; ... ,. ...
... DEOCRArT. ASD fiEtiROES.
The Cincinnati Enquirer, of Saturday
last; has this remarkable statement by
tie edit6, to which vr ' call thd atten
tion of our Deiwocratic readers, particu
larly. The Enquirer . will be , ac
knowledged as authority, by' all Douglas
Democrats, at least, as it is their adniitted.
organ in Ohio. It says: ' ' ; '
'We wish twenty' thousand negroes,
would remove into Ashtabula County, in
this State, fie thousand into Oberiin,
and one hundred - thousand" iht6fl-the
Western. Eeseve; ' Wre thip'k.-.thitt dose
would reform their politics, and convert
theiii into Pcmocratic strongholds.1;"' It is a
significant fact ' that those' portions of the
XoxtK vcliere 'Lincoln ' has got his heaviest
majorities contain iio negroes." ' ' - - -.'This,
(sLindeeda nwist ''significant
fact " as. ithe . Jznquiret affirms, , And it
io trn'P t&b Dembcraev Of the modern ministration, .which" they, had elected.! r-llJ ror- - .-- -
48 true, tow.' 1ibimik,y vi ..lUtt-.uivuBiis . . . . We shall be happy, atauy time, to send as many
'striie'con'nl3r'i"'tporlsls'':'in'. the attnos j have thus given expression to their will, j ji COple, , may be desired, upon apptica.
phere ti&jitij ;the:'DCg'ro, j tluaders .thfeate'toydissolve the ttotu m ,t $K . ":
and what, indeed, wou Id there . ba left j Union and involve the country in all the ( AU ,eKers COIltain,ng remittances, (if registered,)
upon which to build the Democratic j horrors of civil war! Is it not time; will bo at our risk. Drafts preferred, when conve
party? J - ; j 1 these desperate men were turned out of , ""'"'''''oaziittb CO.
The .Mitiro lii-torv of our 'politics th pouitiins they have 30 -dif honored? ( cim-i.vnati.ohio.
uroves the theurv of the Wrtr, what- ,
! i . ; rut t
ever may be the philosophy of it. The j
,nore uerroc3 there are ' in anyi-State of ;
tli.il1,;,,,, nr ;n iitr nnntr of :Ittv Stntn
the more powerful is "the Democratic
" " .,,,li;fi..t;n.. I
llIISV lv , V1..
II Mm nMlIT tlllF STO DO nt!in-O03-. COItl- .."
party. Take SouthCarblina, and Massa-1 luc l-siou " xet, .are eiectca ; py a. very : -" "uy"..rn vepuanc, wnicajs j t ore now in ti. ho..s.-, win t .ii i . na o,t i.jti.ii,p that issdvt-ni.v.i to. salt Rheum. Ery
chusetts as examples., llh the one, there tn.jonty, Ihis singular? result now becoming pop.ilarin counectio ;
are ne'-trlv two ncerOCSto everv white v"5 brou-ht about 111 this way. For MF. "Wng :" Headache renie.ly, but it j ,,. ,w.n,ion rtcimbie. For'particuli.,i.iiv to tl. ' n-;ver fUed:ofilri.TB tlio Jt ciu.nn
22 L Z re feLeracy is' so in-1 the. purpose of defeating Lincoln, the S'S Si'wi 0 i W4 m. moohK i V'
parativelr. and the Democratic partyJtbrec, and hrcckiuridge and Bell, two j
h.ns ntti-rlv diod out. The same thin-
hold'Vtru'e ili! tkei'tsnie f ropprtiort in "all
the States. It is so in the several coun
ties""bf '' OhioTJoeOeTgcf,' the"g"reiat
Democratic orator, in a, speech in Poine
roy, declared that the single County of
Franklin had many times more negroes
than the-whole Western Reserve! This
was true. 1 Aud Franklin County is in
tcnsly Democratic, and. sends the little
trickster, Sam Cox,Cto' Congress, while
the Western- Reserve rolls up a Repub
lican majority of twenty-five thousand,
and is represented by Statesmen. ! "
. Truly, the fact stated by the Enquirer
is "significant." . , And if its wish could
be gratified, no doubt Democracy would
flourish. Perhaps it Is simply to pro
mote a revival of Democracy that the
South are sending into the Free States,
so many curly headed missionaries. Or
do they come atthee'allof the Enquirer?
Have the Democracy . of Ohio" an ''Emi
grant Aid Society', for the' purpose of
.importing negroes into tho State as the
only means of building up and. sustain
ing the parfyf iThese are questions - we
would like to have thq Enquifcr, or sonie
of our home Democrats, answer,
a We thiuk, however", that the Enquirer
puts its figures too high; '-. If it' would
require, as" it' ays,, 20,000 negroes to
convert Ashtabula " County-"to pemoc
racy, .and , 100,000 to brng ; over the
"Reserve," it seeins to n&.that the work
is greater than the Democratic party can
accomplish in its present feeble 'condi-i
uuu. y uuj.uii i. a. loaa uuinwci answer.
There, is another difficulty in tho wyi
ToTgetuegroes enough' to convert the
"Reserve;" they must necessarily be
bought from some. "Democratic State.
And would there not be danger that by
withdrawing; so: largely upon the I'e3
s'ence" -of Democracy,- the States thus
exhausted, would be thereby ' converted
into Republican communities? the
Equi,er and its- friends, think; ,uf these
things before they investlargely -ii
this new missionary enterprise. ' 1 '" "
'Monday last w& the time 'appointed
for the meeting of Congress. We have
not yet had any rep'ortf! its doiBgs.--We
anticipate a; storniy session, in which ;
the Disunidnists. will rave and bluster,
with increased fanaticism.-i! The Presi
dent's Message will" bo' read with in-s
creased interest. Tb whole country is
interested in knowing the ; position, he
will assume in tL4 present threatening
aspeet of tilratrs, , The ; leaders ' of the
nullifiers claim him as in sympathy with
them and- their, schemes of Disunion,
while- some of-, the letter writers , for
?Tortheni; papers say that he Will come
out clear lyV and ''distinctly in . favor of
laWS.,.:.i i..: ,i ,i .j; ;
: ;From our estimate of the rjharacter of
thePresideSit we ebuld hardly expect
him to take a straight-forward course in
any contingency..' IIi$ "whole lifo has
been a series of petty partisan maneuvers
for the accomplishment of personal epds,1
and we do not expect ihim ' bow to'Vise
into the lofty positrbU of"a sfatesman.
He wiir probably "jerit hw Spleari,' upon
the7Frce States.,;i!n ,.a studied misrepre
sentation of. their .aets and - purposes,
eharging them as "being .r the aggressors;
and theij, having "justified ; his Southern
partizans for, their (threatened' .treason
tQ!,ho- Government, will beg. them , to
hold on, at least;iuntil his term expires.
' We do BOt'lo'ok': for kaj useful degis
lation , during the 'session' -'The settled
purpose f the, defeated .factions seeins
to be to obstruct, the operations of the
Government, and bring about ar state of
anarchy and i civil war throughout the
country. ." Strange as it may seem, there
are desperate men who would like , to
bring about such a state" of thing9 as ex
ists in Mexico. They have livfid so long
-jpon the plunder of the public treas
ury, hy power obtained through fraud
and false pretenses, ! that now, when
they have beeri driven from their places
by the. overwhelming vote of tho people,
like the. Chiefs of Mexico, they are call
ing afound them their deluded partisans
to wreak their vengeance; upon the country,-
and 'obtain, by open- force,, what
they can no longer obtain through in
tngue:.' . ; .. . . . .:. f;i ,:. ,
We do not believe they have succeeded
in so. utterly : debauching the,., minds
of their followers as to be able to lead
them to' the desperate resort of civil war
to keep ,themsel yes in power. We will
keep our readers advised ; of the , move
ments of these factionists, and hope tho
good sense of the people will frown tbeni
into submission' to, the will of the ma
jority of the people, as legitimately" ex
pressed through the ballot-box. . .. I,. ..
Pruusylfattla Election. .
The official returns of the Presidential
Election in the-State of Pennsylvania
are all in. 1 Lincoln ;has a majority of
80,150 over the fusion ticket, and 59,693
over all other ; partLe.8 combined. ! This
ig the greatest political' revolution ever
witnessed.in the State." 'In 185G, Bu
chanan carried the State' over Fremont
by 83,200 showing k change in four
years" of 142,893; and' because the peo-f
pfe, outraged by the corruptions and des-
I potic insolence of the Democratie Ad-
J"" .,, . . , !
Tin- i!llpt:il vrf nF TCsflw .lorcnr rtrtti-i
ry to what was expected," shows the!
ctioh of foui-of -the seven Republioart !1s
Elec tors. ; ( I lie three Douglas, men . on I
Pousrlas, Urecklliridjre and Boll liarties !
1 A1, : V. r t i
- Y'. - r ! ' , - . . - 0'""0 -;"o
each. 1 he Breckinridge and Bell men
. ... i
weje true to the coalition, and voted for.
the fouglas men as well as their own..
But the real Douglasites - scratched the
others, aud only voted for thd three of
their own stripe. This elected the three
Douglas men on the Fusion ticket, while
the Republicans carried the other four
over the fusion. ' . . .. .
The Bell and Breckinridge parties arc
furious enough at the bad faith of their!
allies. But they might as well take.it
kindly. The whole thing, on their part,
was an attempted cheat. The design of
the leaders of all three Of the' factious
was simply 'to cheat the people, out of
their honest withes in the matter of the
election. AJ1 tho Douglas Aving did,
was" to eheaf their colleagues when they
had.au opportunity, instead of running
thav chance, of cheating the Republicans,
We hail New Jersey, therefore, into; the
grand column "of ' Republican States,
along with all the other States where
men are left free to express their honesi
sentiments. " ;
PeterQn's Magaziue. ... . .'.
- We are in receipt of this popular
Lady's Magazine for December. ' It is a
splendid number. " Peterson hag a circu
lation of, 100,000. .It av'iII ,he greatly
improved in 1861. It"will contain iOOQ
pages of double column reading matter;
14 steel plates; 12 colored steel . fashion
plates'; 12 colored patterns , in, Berlin
work,"' embroidery or crochet, and .100
wood engravingsjrcpo?VM)a more
than any? other periodical gives . Its
stories and novelets" are l"by the 'best
writers. Its fashions are" always., the
latest and .prettiest. Every neighbor
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price is but Two Dollars a year, or a
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?2 I X T Y -NT
N T II ' Y E A B
' . '", , C. I.K.C IH'lf'A Tjl I, ' .
The greet Presldciitial .battle haying now closed
with the triumph of tlie Republicans in the election
of LIXCOtS and HS Jtl.15, a new era will'sooh be
inaugurated, in the policy of our Government, and
its energies ba wielded, within the recognized lim
its of the Coastliution, in favor of Freedom, and not
of Slavery. , . . . , ,
Consequences of immediate and extraordinary
magnit'ide han? upon this event. The revolution in
our Pitblici .ASiiirs' of which tt is the preousor, has
aroused a storm of . fanaticism ii the C-otton Mates
which bids fair to test the Union, the Constitution,
and she Laws to an extent to whkh they have yeyer
before been subjecteil. i
The 'questions of peaceful or rev .iutionary Seces
sion; NaUi9caUori,and UetathitorT Legislation, have
ihmv arin. iovolrins numerous others, touchmgr-tho
theory of our Institutions, State and Federa). reJit
tinns,anii possibly tVe diand on the part of tle fex
tretue South for new (Concessions and Guarantees as
a condition of the continuance of tlie Federal Union.,
As the project of a Seutheru Cotton Oonfederoc ns
8iniesshaptt,. tha of reopenins; the .Afrtcaa -Slave,
Trade also rears its hl(epus .head? AYp -are ot the:
turning point in tlie great conflict between Freedom
ahdi!lavery.J ' -:l '
Amid the ripbeavlnffof the political andsociatel
e'meots at borne, a crisis seems to bo Impending over
Europe, and the probabilities, daily Uacomlim more
imminent pia tnljlslau. between the, Great Powers,,
which may shake the dynasties' of the old world to
their Joundaiions.- Everywhe.re the forces f hti
uSanity are in niotion, and Tralh and RIgbl are bat
tnog nfiiihjt 'Error iaud Wrong ta their mtiltiforro
shapes. fi tl r. V '-':.- .: . : . '
Tho,sigus of the llnics, tliereforo, indicate a year,
of startling change and great events, and he who
would keep pace w.ith the spirit and' intelligence of
the age, must UEA1).' An enterprising newspaper is
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or luxury Ihat'tbe ingenuity of roan lias yet devised,
and he who ignores (t bUrles Tiii : noblest cipaeities,
and U practically dead to tbe hiteresU and concerns
of his race; oatslde of the nwrow sphere in whicl) he
moves." . .-,; I i :':!
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the GAZtn'E, and to remlerit, for tho coming yaar,"
worthy of stiil more general favor.' The pressure1 of
that class of political matter especially appertaining
to the Campaign being now over, we shall be'abln
to give a much larger quantity of literary and mis
cellaneous teadiog, for the benefit of those whfjfeel
comparatively lit le concern in politics. VVetestow
great pains upon the making' up pflhe Gazette, arid
beVieye we can safely say that' in variety, freshness
and iuterest, it wtil not sutTer by compariton with any
Eastern paper,- while, an important aJvantage. iu
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The Amaluamatios ok lax
Sl'owl"s tpn'u',,c? in tUis '
nee to appropn-
puapes, and after a while; to incoiTorate them ,
Electrotype, and many others, whose distinction
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innn llSltCre lllltl t IPVPPniK "niltivp nnrl fr. Iio
a tti i tt iaanfran
Hi 'ad 'n.'orriblo 'eadache this haftcrnoon, hand
I stepped hinto the Iiapothecnrim, hand shvm hi
to the iuDf .'Ctu.ya iease mc df.aa.'ea.dachc2"
"Does it hache !ai;U'.'.' srys ;e.,- "Hexcccditijtly,"
says hi, hand upoii that :e gave roe a Cephalic
Pill, hand 'pon me 'onor it cured mc so quick
that I 'ardly realized I 'ad, 'ad an 'cadache.
fi Headache is the favorite sign by which
nature .makes known any deviation whatever
from the natural state of the brain, aud viewed
ui tins light it may be looked on as a safeguard
intended to give notice of disease which might
othei-wise escnne attention, till too' Late to be
remedied; and its indications should never be
neglected. Headaches may be classified under
two names, viz v Symptomatic and Idiopathic
Symptomatic Headache is exceedingly common
and is the precursor of a great variety of
diseases, anions which' are Apoplexy, Gont,
Rheumatism and all febrile diseases. In its
nervous form it is sympathetic of disease of the
stomach constituting sick hcadarht, of hepatic
disease constituting bilious licadachc, of1 worms,
constipation and other disorders of the bowels,
as well as renal and uterine affections. Diseases
of tho heart are very' frequently attended with
Headaches : Anajniia and plethora are also af
fections which frequently occasion headache;
Idiopathic Headache is also very common, being
usually distinguished .by the name of ncrv.vs
headache, sometimes coming on suddenly in a
state of apparently, sound health, andjprostra
ting at once the mental and physical energies
and in other instances it conies on slowly.
hearalded by depression of spirits or acerbity
of temper., in most instances the pain is in this
tront ot tlie head, over one or. both eyes, and
sometimes 'provoking. Vomitinsr : under thia
class may also be named Ifeuralgia.
tor tne treatment ot eitlicr class of Headache
the Cephalic Pills -have been found, a sure and
safe remedy, relieving the most acute pains in
a lew minutes, ana Wits subtle power eradi
cating the diseases of which Headache 'is the
unerring index. . .,.,. j v. , .
Bridget. Missus, wants you to send her a
box of CephAlic G.luc,' no," a bottle of Pi-epared
1'ius, uut rm minting that a not. just it
naitcer ; but j perhaps ye'H be, cither knowing
what it is. Ye sec she's nigh -dead and" gone
with the Sick Headache, and wants, gome more
of that aatne as rolaived her before. . .', )"(
Druggist. You 'must mean ' Spalding's Ce
phalic Pills. 4 tn i r if
Bridget. OcM Bure now' and: you've sed it,
here's the quarther and give, me the. Pills and
don t be all day. about U aither. .
Constipation or Costiveness.
pJJft. one .of.Jt.heA nianjyjla.-flcsli, is.hqir tfiZM
so prevalent, so little understood, and so much
neglected as Costiveriesa. "'Often originating in
carelessness, or sedentary habits : it is regarded
a? a slight disorder of too little consequence to
extfit;e, jauxietyi while in reaBty it. is xhii .'pre
cursor and companion-of many of the most
fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early
eradicated" it will bring- the' sufferer to an un
timely grave. Among 'the ligliter evils of
wincn costiveness is the usual attendant are
Headache,! rColic, .Eheumatism, "Foul ; Efrealh,
Piles and', ethers of like nature, while a long
train of frightful diseases such as Malignant
Fevers, Abcesses, "Dysentary, , Diarrhoea, Dys
pepsia, Apoplexy,' Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria
rtypocnouanasis, aietanciioiy ana insanity,
first indicate their presence in the system by
tliU alat-mihg symptom. ;Not un frequently the
diseases, named, originato jn Constipation, but
take on an independent existence unless, the
cause is eradicated in an early, ktage. From
all these eoh'ditions Tt follows thiit the dfsoi-der
should redeive .immediate attention whenever
it occurs, and. rie Tiersoashonld netrlect to sret
a box of Cephalic Pills ou The firsfuppearamctr
ot the complaint,. as their timely use will expel
the insiduous approaches of disease and destroy
tills uangerons loe to' human life. 11 -
A Real Blessing. 1 ;
lyhysician. Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that
headache? ' ',','.
Mr. Jones. Gone ! Doctor, all' gone 1 " the
pill yon sent. cured inc in' just twenty minutes,
and, I wish, you. fwould. send, more so thai ,1 can
have them handy.. .,, . . .. , . , .. i
Phgsician.--Y ou' ban "get them at any 'Drug
gists.': Call l'6r Cephalic Pills, I find they'nevcr
fail, and I recommend them in all eases of Head
ache., .v ; .- .-.'j '. --'...-: :
:Mrj Jones.l shall send, for a box directly,
and shall tell all nr suffering friends, for they
are a real, biasing. ' ' , ' . . t
Twestt Mrtiioss oVDottARs sivtrD. Mr
Spalding has sold two millions of bottle's of his
celebrated Prepared Glue and it is estimated
that each bottle saves at least ten dollars worth
of broken furniture, thus making an aggregate
of twenty millions of dollarreclairhed from to
tal loss by litis valuable invention. ' Having
made his Glue a household word, he now pro
poses to d the -.world: stiH , greater service by
curing all thq aching heads, ywitb' his, Cephaljo
Pills, and if they are as. good as, his Gluet
Headaches will soon vanish away 'Eke, snow in
July.- ,-r-r.ui :it.. !-at:i,:vi-;c ',-i-........
-,i , i . Ja '! ,- !-.
v A0ve Ex'ciTBMEJfTi and! the merf'taV care
and anxiety incident to olosd attention .10 buai-t
ness or study, are among the numerous, causes
of NervouS:Heada'ehe.' The disordered state,of
mind and body incident to this distrcssinge'om
plaint is a fatal'blow to all energy stml ambi
tion..' Sufferers by this disorder can always
obtain speedy relief from these distressing at
tacks by using one of. the Cephalic Pills. when
ever the syrnptoms appear. . It quiets 'lie pvc"r
taelfed' brain; and "floofhes the Strained'- and
jarring nerves,-and- relaxes thetenaion' of the
stomach which always accompanies and aggra
vates the disordered condition of the brain.
'' ; T . , - , ... .vi !. ":,
By the use of theso Pills the ;pcri'odic attack's of
"ervous or Sick H.'-adaehe" may be prevented anil
f taken at. tho-comraehcerhenof an attack, imme
diate relief from pain and sickness will ba obtained.
They si-Idom fall in removiug the "Nausea and
Headache," to which females are so subject. ' ' : ' :
Tticy act gently upen the bowels wnovlng Cos
tivcliess.' -J"- -i .i:J U iniilt ? -31 1.-
For Literary Men, Stit'lcnts; 1'el'tcirt.e F,emule.8,and
all persons of sedealary habits, they are valuable as
a Laxati'e, improving the appetit.evgivlDgtone and
vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring" the n.itii
rual elasticity and strength of the whole system. ' ' ;
The CKPHA'LIC PILLS are the result- or long in j
vestigation and carefully . conducted experiment, j.
having been in use many years, during which .time ',;
they have prevented, and relieved a, vast amount of
pain and suffering from Headache, whether Origtha
ting in the nervous system, cr from a defaugod state
of the stomach. , '1 ..;-. . . -; '. ',,), 'i:- '
They aro entirely vegetable iu their. composition,
andmay. be taken at all times with perfect safety
wilhoutmaking any change-of diet. and the, ahscneo
of anydisngreoable taste renders it easy to adminis
ter tbem to cbildreii.; -'- .-..'-'. ' Li'-..
. v BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS? "
Thn genuineave five signa t urea of Renry C. Ppald-
I rig on each Box
Sold by DrtigglMsand all other Hosiers in Medicines.
! .. . . .....
j A llox will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt, ot tue
I'ricso S3 C&xxtsi. ;
All orders should be addressed to .,
IIE.KKY C. SPALOINtt,
IS Cedar Street, JVcw YorK
Nov. S3. Id60. 4i-l-.
; cuRE ;:r3:..::.
HOTEL TO LET.
TIIEeliplM'-itainl. kiiowrt r Thi- GH15011 Home."
iirar tlie Wharf-fSoat Ian. line, ii funicrov, is lor
P0MER0Y AND CINCINNATI
SIDE WHEEL I
SEI1 WEKIlLlf PACKET,
D. F. SAYKE, Captain.
Leaves Ponteroy every Monday at 10 a. m.,
fcnrl"Fr1day tit 4 a. m."
,-Iaves. Cincinnati every Wednesday and Sat
urday; at 4 p.; m. TJec. 7, 'OO.-48-tf 1
.00 3 TB A;YJD,f . r
ON the 10th of Kovember, from tho sub
scriber, in, Pomeroy, a red and ri-"W
white MILCH COW; - -white streak gJ
all along her back; moderate sired horiin; she
is nip shot, wmcu will, enable almost ..any one
to recognize her. . , A liberal reward will , be
paid to any person who will return her, or glvo
information that will lead to her recovery.
iec. d, ou. m-6t ,.JOn JSlSJiLSHMi.
Stockholders' Meetinff. '
THE stockholders of the Pomeroy & Athens
Telegraph Company will meet at the office
of the Sugar Run Salt Co on the 1st Monday
in January, 1801', at 2 o'clock P. M, to trans
act such business as may ' be brought before
thorn." . -'- "-.-'jr. CVGEAXT JVcs't,
Dee. t. jlSuU 48-3t : -- ' ' ; -:
STRAY COW. a
rn A KEN up by the subscriber, residing near
JL, the "Camp li round, ' an button township.
Meigs County, a red and white cow, with a
crop off both ears and a hole in the left. '"
'ITiis 5th day of December, A. D. 18C0. ;...
48-3t . -..t s-,- CASPEE REEFER.
ALL reports that DR. MAYER is in debt to
me is false, as tho same, don't-owe me
anything.., ,,.., .. .. ... 5 IL,,AARON.;
Administrator's Notice. ,
THE undersigned has been' duly appointed
administrator of the. last will and testa
ment, of tlie estate ot James; Richardson, late
of Meigs County Ohio,' deceased. ' ''; r';"J
i;ec. 4, I860.-48-3t.,...,;,j',.. JI. L. FITCH.
C-.t;!' Ga'tu. C?.
CARY'S COUGH CURE
6 R PKC 1 Oil A L TROCilEsV ':
For thu Immediate treTrertind Certain Cure of
Cough.. CoM- ulluetlza, t AaitoueHoarseiUHts,
Hooping: Uousa.JJtilarta, StaoWlia,iiiffi
cult Breathing,. Soia Throaty &c,
..: Relief Warranted .in Tc-h, Minutes I
-' ForMitiist r; Public Speakers, and RiEers, these
TACtLE'l'S are-, uidispausable for Clearing. and
?'.reiiiiittiiiii in5 voic, rutnovmfr noarsenesg, ozc.
The ease w .th which the are taken beine easilv
carried in the pocket, requiring no proparation, !
waya ready Tor use pi all occasions, iioirliuble ta
changu in any climate, containing nothing bijurious
to the mot auiicate constitution should be a sutn
cient rucoiuiuendiitiou-to-al) to gijre them a fair
trial, j-ricn, so ceius per uox.
Fur s4l.by-allrriips:lslS."PrBpaidbi1. G. O
CARy,Zuiesville,Ouio. Dec. 7, '60--,4S-3iu.l
n -i . i I. i r ' . ii. Illil
Lucius CrussTs- Wm; H. Patteb, et. at.', '.
TV.viitue of n,pxetaitiou tonne directed, from tbe
Il Court of Coininoii Hleaa of I'.onnlv. I will
od'er aV pubVie ttaltfTiif" Court street, near the ?bar"i'-
iibUse, in ro'l'Vioy, at il o'clock a. m.,;.,.,i , ;; t:t..
ftie foilowiiiKdoerib4 rope-ts,-to it: netwo
horse Bugy, one Iwo-horse Vtiigoi-;i-two-Tne-horse
Buaiiies, aud two dirk bas flocSua. to Je sold as the
poojherty of Wm. H. Patten, at the suit of Luulas
Cross". Terms of sale, cash; ' ' -..
lie. 3, 'BUM.-SW ,! ! J. J. VtulTK, S. MvC
Paobate. Court. ' ,
rpHE STATE OF-.0111 C MLJGS COUNTY,
ss J? 1AA1. Settlement J3F AcconKTS. No
tice is hereby given," that the accounts "of the
following persons have been bred in this Court
tor settlement?! : -r- . "- 7 5 j-.-
Whitemore Reed, adm'r of Hiram- Cartwright,
dec d; is. Jttnrdock, adm r of IS. Murdock.-doc d;
James Kevan, adin'r of Hugh MoCoUough
dee d; Josran- sinipsonj gnaitlian of Amanda
Which accounts are set for hearing and settle-
ment on the lath lay of Deccraber-nexb.
ARTHUR MERRILL, Probate Judge:,
aov. Si lttoU. Jc5-3t
TT "Tr 'x. A 1X7TJAT Jl
jl . nn xv Jt t
ATTORNEY AND t O CNSEI.OII AT IAW
' SOXJCITOH 1ST .CHAlfOEitT, .:'
ILfi-Tprncttco law iuMeiga and adjuin-
ng" Counties A 11-'business, entrusted
to his care will receive prompt attention. J
Reswaom Lotart 1-alM, Mcisrs-aountv; Clin.
TIMES ,OF . 11 0 M 1 1 S U KTS
To iiie .Clerk of the : Coit ;o' immm-;Pleas
and. Utf. .IJiatrist Gottrti tcUhm , and ftT ;(lie
County of JneiUs and tlie Slate of Ohtot '. -&r.
The District Court with in. a nit for the Seventh Ju
dicial District sliull be held as follows, to wit:
In ihe. Coumy of, JjasUiiigtoii-on JJtaighteenth
of April.- - '' ' ' - ' -. i-
111 tne countt ttf OalliayDa tn twemy-rourth day
lithje county Of Lawrence, pntlievt'wynty sixth daj
or April. ' ' -' --. - " 1 i -
ln.tiie Connf j of Pike, on the twqnty-ninth day of
April. ' ' ' ' ' ,.m
Is ihe,-C6unt? f Scito,.on, tho thirtieth! day of
AprTl, I I X S i I V J . jl il
- In the County of Perry, on tne fourth day of SerJ-
lemoer..?)'. 9 ,,-..1:. lit- jj ; .
Iu the County of FairSeld, on the sixth day of,
September! j. - . i . 1 .,''.' Lt.Kit . .'
In tlnvcouiity" of Hocking, on tlio elevedtH day of.
Sentembor. 4 ,y . ,
In the Cmmty of Alliens, o the thirtcentli day of
September. -. ;-' ' ' '' ' -
In tlie County of Vinton, on the sixteenth Jay of
Iu ih - .Kostat tC Jackion, on Abo, uif eteonth ay
of Senteinufet f 1 i i ' ' IHj 5-t !
Tbe Court of Cw'moiv Prfcas shall be hel In the
several counties of the Sevnelh Judicial District
as follows, ta wit? ."- 1 v
- ' 4 Writ' Subdivision.
In the County of Ptfrrj?. bn Hie tweriry-flftfi' day Of
February, the sixth day of May, and thu thirtietU.Mlay
In-the . Cnaaty of 'Paitflold'v on he twenty-flrth
Hay ot iuarcu, lite inira aay. ei j.iuie, anu tue ;iweu
ty-eigain uay oj uciooer. .- , ,; ,-t .
- ' '''- ''' 'Second Stibdiviiion- --V -
tn the Countv of Lawrence, on the eleventh dav
of Februarys I lie thirteenth day Tf May, and on the
twcntv-tlnrd dav of .ieiilember. i :,x 1 y- - t
In the uouiily or Vinton, on tno cieventn aay or
February, tjnj thiriecutb day oOIayauiiihe jtwe
ty-thi.fdjav Mr SepteijtUeJXi W I'M ,
In the Countvol Jackson, on the twentv-nfth d
of Fubriiarj'. hetwenty ee-venthKlay of Mary,Bd on
iii-fiuirteeHth clav of October.. ' ..' t.j;--J.s
- in tbe. County ol-Pike.-oiu th eleventh-day 'of
March,- tno tenth : day of suae, ana- ine twenty,
eisrlith dav of October .- i m,
in tha County of Scioto, on. the eifthteenth day of
March, seventeenth :oay or . June, auu the fourth
day of aovetiibar. -..' ( -;!' . -. .
- Third Subdivision: ' ;ix
In the" County of , Wii jhiugton, on the. twenty
fiffu day of February, the twe-iiieth day. .of Way
and the tenth rtav of October. ' ; " '", !' -: '
In ' the County of Athens, on the seventh' day of
.i.A- .r.i-.1...t. .1.... nr.... -..A .1. ...........
first' dayiofOtteberJ: A' J j -Ji
iii ticColiiitii of Befcl, an th afef teenui day of
March, the tenth day of June, and tbe tki'rty-nrst
day of October. , "". .
- in tire County er ;, on ut iwontj-nim any
-nf:Murch, tUe soventeoiitU day of .Jane, and Uiq
elevevth day of Bov ember. .; , - . i.
XX TESTIMONY1 WHEREOFV"WtS tbe Judges of
-the Court of CommoK Pleas wrthifiand foi'the siitd
Seventh. Judicial' Pisltict,'i)ave hereunto ee oar
hands, this nineteenth day of September, A. O..I880.
: ! . . :a ,.: i : h. c. WHITMAN,
ii --ii. " - .-- .-' VtV W, JOHJJSOS.T,':
JOH5 P. PLVLEY.
THE 'fTATE" 0"F"TJ H ro'TIErris COTJNTY, SS.
1, Rodney Downinsr, t;lerk of the uourt or Coin
iqoh'Pleasi iij add InrwMl Mlmpity Rurfc, do
i.f SnrMii'Hl H'.iidutv aarfc State, dn
t'erelniJertify; that the (cfregoiua i:;a trae sMpybf,
.. v . --, -- -r : , - . n . r ' . T
tlie times ot bbldins the Courts in the Seveii
dicial lJistrict.-a entered inf wieoiri in this otlice
JJi, TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto
. set niy nana ana amxeu tne seal, oi sum
Court, at PoHiuror, this 51 li day of Deim
ber, A. D. IfHiO. K. DOW-SlG, Clerk.,
Hue. 7. 'CO. 4H 6t "''"'.J' . ' " '" ' '' .
il,. '.'. ... StoeriiT'a Sale. . .;' , : ,' .., ;
... Oliver Evans vs.1 William Ledlie.
BY virtue of an execution to hie. directed from tno
Court of Common Ploas of .Meiss county, i will
offer for sale, at the reidenco of William Ladllo in
Salem townsttin.at li o'clock (noon)
fin the -Alh .! nf 1 trrtmhpr .' '1 SflO. ' '
the followUig described personal propocty, to wit :
two eray , Mares, one gtav. bona Olio .two year old
eravColt,and oue one' vear old sorrel Colt, to bo
sold as the nrouarly of William Ladlie, nttbesuit of
Oliver Evans. J. J. WHITE, S. M. C. .
- Nov. 26. 'IW 47-91-81-00." .-' i,'..' i .
, . .. r
.Sltertff's Sale. - -
A.J. taird vs. Royal Baldwin.
'. -sThV t-tiw i.i Af jkniur nr !ili tn in r tl i rr Lv.il f r rm i) i .
... M.tuv-v.auv . .'--,- : v;
Cuurt of tviiimon Pleas
roy,at U btock,".
ti 'On'tktfMH day' of :j)nOer. 186GV1 tx
the following described lands ami tenements, to w it
r..ll....-..,.,. ,l.,c,..r;i,n,1 Ifirtft. ntnl ti.ipmni,l lAvli.
Lot No.I'A m thetowu of Pomwrpy, to besIdasthe
property o Royal Bill. twin, at the suitor A.J. Laird,
Appraismfat $,iuO. -'i'e'nus of sale casu.
. I w ' n - - -....,.,.
'00 3- lT-5t-?3 Oil.
lM:iuj pi?r)iis ll'i't tl' " liaru tried ahuo.-i
every-remedy tliukad be.n rut-oinnu'iMletl fir 1m
nior8r auil tlii-y' ire 'no ltiur now llian wlnn tln-y
coininencril ilicni, ::inl tiicj li!i- no ennfid 'lire Sn
H ou will tij i.v,juu wttl i,..l .. 01 'tl.biuiyns liae
by the others for It wlUrure jou. 4S-9w.j
IOThe ills ofuian jield like magic to the great
powers of the Pain Killer.
Imksmin, Oiuo..Ma,j 30th,
J. X. HARRIS V CO., Genu: I hare for a few
inoulhs past used Pe.rry itw.kCJtMwJbUKtXwtVXS
PKPMA and LIVER COA1PLAIXT, and 1 must say
it has done bt-tler or ine Uiau 'uir' ether medicine
that 1 have ever taken.
A friend of mine was afilicted with a severe cou;;li,
and was'permauentiy cured by iu uu. i can recoiii.
mend it as a valuable uiedkiue lo be kept in erwy
house. Yours, elcM.
Ii. Ii. FELTOS.
Bold by A.SEEBOHM, and D. REKD. lw.
Pa. Richardson's Snsaav Wikk liirr. Iu 181.8.,
Dr. Kathau Richardseu, .phsiriun ruaiUingiu .South
Reading, Mass., discovered, and provided Hi his xi
tensive practice in that place and neighboring towns j
the beneficial -ffeiU or the luu.liciue now givau M
the world, as Vie Sherry Wine Bitters. The success"
of Dr: Richardson's practice becoming herald
throughoiftrthe ii.wEg,ma Smte.hW business so
increase, (Bat he Was soon compelled to relii quish
the visiting System, and edabHa oiBccs lit ' ditfjreiit "'
parts of the State, where , oii staWt days, lie meVWs -patients.
-tSuuday was tbe ouiy day. that he' could bo
found at home, and aiaay a tji9reiit inhabitant
v. vu. uhj(, win mni-TCiuflnDitr jiT-TWTwj
of carriages that always surrounded his house on tha
Sabbata. ; . - . . .-'
The present proprietor. Dr. S. O. RicuardsoBk(ou
of the late Ur. Nathan Richardson) a graduate of ih
w Hampshire Medical Colleje, where be received
bis degrees with usual honor, and alsoa" fncnibei of
the MeUica1;Secietf of Bogtpiri; fbrlob piirtfose yf re-
Itevlng Jls aged and honored parent from his ardu
ous duties, was 'induced 'to' reliiitiuisii'his' viitiiab'lo
practice iii the ' city of JJostOii,1 to . superTiittvid' Uie
manufacture of this medicine, as it required grcnit
skill aud accuracy in i U preparing. ' .."'' '. .
The genuine SOiif by. aatKEiJJ! ;T:- 48-8w. . .
METHLSALEH lived to be upwards of uiue bnn-
dred years old, but seve'iity- years is bow, the age .of",
man, and Ui order ta reach .even' this age,, it ,i jra-.
quisi to guard Weil' the health '.' "Slight ailmeuts
oft uogleclud, lead to serious Hi..,,,., Iinmediul "'
relief is affqrdedi'ii canes of Src tlvadache,, whieh ia "
frequently th foreruqnerof severillnea, VyWe usa vr
of WlLsO'srpin.S; waieli are prcpareu" and. iold .
by B.t,V FAtiSESTOCK Sc CO.- Wholesale; .'Drug-
gists.'Uud Prpprieiuri f.A i.lrFARMiKraCli'a
Streets, Piftsburh Pa,, aud - r. REKD, Ponteroy
.JC7Tbc followfitgflateribg tiotieo jtafca ffm.?.
tae Pomnioutk tObtoJ Sciea Valjey . JKepublieanof;.
apni a, jrse. . ,'.---- - -
,j5Ci.HDiNTil.riA'find WrlftjiloasloV ur "real
opinion" of Ur. R iback's Scanilmavisn Remedies-'
where he can obtaia Ihemand why they are called
"fceauaiuaviau," and we are frequently' asked the "
sameqatferlbiuxi 'Seaadiaa-tiasf irthe ascjent aame
of Sweden and Norway, and !a Sca&dioaviaii. that la-
a Swede or Norwegian, affectionately calls his- ecHia
try "Scandinavia" in the same sense as wo speak of
Columbia," o VibV Unrein"." By ta.wy,hera
are over nine thousand Scandinavian- families lir
Dune Ceuniy(T-iscou8jn, Although aeitizea of till i
country for many yar, Dr, Kooack is a Swede. by ,
blrtbj and compounds bis Medichrea., ot wedisli .
herbs, we think the name la very appropriate. Wo
have the very,higiest OrfiiH(ii cf4b Medicines, and
of Dr. Roback biinstf,'who' is 1105 only w sinirnlarly -
skillfut physician; 'put a gentleman- 'otHhH Old'"
Bchool, as we know personalty. Oar advertisement'
columns wnl answer the rest of odr frisniPs ietterl '
See adVertisemenr." --:-. 4i.iji.--'-
TrTPtJRIFIES THE BLOOD. Tliere is no-medi
cine extant v reliable Wcare- of -Scrofula. Tetter,.
cnronic, vieers, syphilitic disorders, lunammation ,
of thw Hidneyv Leucoraea, and like diase. as. B.f
F. W'iHiams' Compound Syrup of 8arsapafilla ami,'
Iodide of Pottasuiiiin. . . . ''. . . f
JETMHiB.. Great ESGLisrl 'remedy.-.sjk:
Prepad-d from a prescription of Sir James Clarke,
This jrell known nieiRcine is no impos!tiou,buIt at; .
sure and safe remedy for Female Difficulties antf
Obstructions, fro in jyiy cause wbnteyer; and nltbo
a yojMcful romicUj,4l contaias nfLliiiig UurtfuV ,to-,
the co-ietitulii. 4, .: , .' .
4 To marrie.d Ladies it is pecuriarlyjsutled.' It willr; '
in-a short.!) me, liriqg on .Ihc monthly period 'witlv
rcgujarity. . , . ." .... ' ""'' " '' '''
In Jill euses of rfervoiis iftnd ppinal Aflet ton,'
pains in tTie Hack and l imbs, Heaviness, Fatigue .
slight exertioiiHalpilntjpn f-j'tlie Heart, I owness
of S)H,itv HystBiirt,-Pirk1,JfediicU.ej W'hilus.ajut
all, U15 pahrfdH diseases oecatjrB by ,a ilioordpred,
systgrni these PiHs, will ftSuct a tirehc all soUier!
menas havr failed, v-v.,,;,.
Those. Prlls hayo never teii known tn fail-where
the directions ou tlie gecuud page of pamphlet u roT
wll rhservrd;-!n i ..in .--.?t v
Fur full iirUjiarjj.caiiaiihJc.Xree, of the
. ?i. li.J-Unif D.Jfar alHli6i postage'otetops eiiloci
t6aiwi sittliorizcd'iisfeut, wilf insure; a bottle, cbn-.
trnmevcrA0ptll,y Tetiirn niai-w -vH 11Y
s. F-nrt dTirectimi acsonifMinx mejracSjpncknro.i ?;'
- Solo Agent for the -Liirto. tHatoaaml Canada,?.,
r . i. ... - "' ' JOB MOSES.
(tae 1. C. Baldwin A Co..) Rochester, If'TV-'-Tor
sate-by J. D. PA RK, SUtHK, iCKSTWJf -dr
Co., Cincinnati, 0.j .:RBklPBieroy,0. I l-y.
iTna"We refe our -renders , to . the advertisement.
of Messrs.' CfU'HCH & DO. PONT, No". 409 Broadwav,
New York. ' The Hlood rood' ts one or to rruatesl
medicines of the as:e.nd is rxpiitT.-rtvine out -PI
the market all the quek.uotruiusof modern times.
Its efflcacv is so grq;and its jiapehority so just iy
acknowledged, that it is found dihicult to supply the
Immenso and ihcreasihf rtemsnd for thaiariicleJ.
lir. 'Katw,3 celebrated "Infautile Cordial, rsa modi
iciaa- props rl by regula phjsiuiun.of emiuciic je
in bis rrofessicn, npd-one who has devote d Ills' lifbta,
the peculiar phases of -InfinitD diseuses. J ft is t
tlHeonly who can appreciate it." ApilacUiuola,,
Flor. Times, j.-iuu
Trf-Suo. Advertisement. ,j i ?-
l-rat-l 'k1U fid (
a f THrfflEA LTff'AItrr LI FH OF WOMaSV'T
' IS eontihur.y r pern ifsii IS MadJsMngh Xfcnet
lecl or maltreat thoss JoxuaJ irreqruUrilies ttwbick
two-thirds of her sx are more or loss suljoel. - -
: Dr.. CHKESKM AN'S PILLS, prepared from'thi
iime formula wWb .tha toveBtor, OOi5JKLIU8.'t
CHEESEAIAS, MJ1..Pf,Kew YarV.liaa, for 4watx
years .used succeasfuUy.inan extended private jirao
iice inimeditlj n Qve wilboja pain. all disturb
ance of tho pcrioiiical discharge, n-hether arising
from ' relaxoVirtn.-or uuppreasion. i.Ther ot Uieta
charm :n removing -the paHns that aeeeHrps,ri dinV
cait or immoderate rue natrun tion. and are "the only
safe and reliable remedy for Phisbc-s. Sirk HenrincHl,
pains in the Loins. Baek andKid-s, Pa pi tatron f tbe
Heart,,Nervoiis Tremors -Hysterieei, Spasms, BrkH
Sleep, and , other unpleasant and, dangerous effect
of an unnatural condition of tlie sexnaV f lmrtinns.
Inthe worst cases of FIuor'Albus or Whttes,lhey
effect a spocdy ctirai sdT .r.rr.V .1 T '! "
' TO WIVES. AIVD Itl ATKOWS,
TJT.) Cheese nrair'PHl'!ar in"vaviablo', s- boyl wtJ
bring on-thloJhljF!perioi M-Tlh regfrliirits. Idniil
who have been disappointed ui the use of other pill
oan place tbe.utmost confidence in Dr. Cbi;a.uwii.'4
Pills doing all that tbey represeril lode. - '
JL;idics m'iusI Bearji JI1nd;'
There is one condi'tioii of the 'famaTe'systam1n-wlricl
the-Pills cannot botakeir without producins; a PB
CULlAR' KESVLTi Tbes eoadiUon refefre4 to is
preonin-ct the result, MisciaaiAas.-Sucii.-is 15 ir
resistible tendency, of the; medicine to restore tho
sexu' functions to a normal conditioiij tha even-the
reprodustive power of Biiorej:aiinot resitiii',
L-wi-.ni. ,llM.oiin st.!.tiu,p-Ti.ion-. und wheu-tbev
" ,l. ..' , . , .'..;, Trt u,.'nrt. I..
- t kikiiiiii nn ii ku. n uu cull, xj'.-x ,., ,,,... "
; i)0iar each Box. conlaiuina from 40 to 50 pill:
jur A v.,luable pamphlet, to be had free, or tne
Ain.nl. Fills sent bv tnaitr lwom ntlvybv jnjietosiu
pricv to any 'Asfrtrt. -old b Jrueg'nW.genrrfri.v-
t It. K. IlliTCIl ING9, Frop'ary l
c! ov -. tetlar St., Rcw JfwH
For sale in .Pomeroy bv D. REED. snd.A. SEB-BOH.M;-Middleporl,.by
HCGGA COK.-i ' T-i
JJeQ. JjItttiO. 18-y , . , . . . v, b ,.t ....
'Vn6l.ESAI-E DEALER IS'
n s. ' if - T
X Oreigll C sUOlJieSUC jUry UrUOOg,
: JS JUST receiving his second, aud WJutor ockv
' I wliieti is Vn large, and adapted tUf . ..tp V.
! every respect. MCrchnnts will hud his prices com-.
i peliiijc-witlr lite -ioweat ?. asjy jnark, toat
. examination of w hich they aro respectfully invUed...
p - The houseiisl-d cuj '.p !--..; "v- ,:;')r;'
' ijirroin KTItEE'l Neat' lulaiKtlw
f K-n-v ji-j.
i . Administrator's'; Notice.
ri.-vnTirF. i liMhv ivpn ihittthe mulersiCB-.
X' . . .' . ' . ... . . i
c," '." . i
as Administrator on the estate ot OttnH'l,
BridklSs. late of Meiga County- f.. dceenccil.
, w . n.l I, a k.. annniM.Ari m It9 rill V finil IIOPI.
A7nt - i-'-"HIKA.M ALK.IKL. Ad U'P.