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h 1 1 11 f PROPRIETORS EulTOR. wo6i8FifiLi),mii(),'At;G. it. issi -e-i JQeiniRitic County Ticket. J5KSA.TE., na i?JAPHAL; MORROW. (Subject jo .the. decision of the. District Con- Sa',i; " Mention.) '' ' A 3!U! U j ?J! s;;.- ; . ' ; ' : rJw EPRKSK2iTATI,VK3.; , ,-. p JAMES MM,STOUT R J "WILLIAM MYERS. ... V1 ! iCOURTLAND MORROW, : TROBATB JUDQB. JOHN, S. WAY. jPROSECUTIXQ ATTORNEy. , . ... RIC HARDSON. rm-VEREDERICJttUHLEAlAA. SgfflrijpSpPll, MOOSE, V,, i' c, iWFntMARx'' UlRKCTOR. . V-KlJAVT'T ' ' f'SAMUELt W.VNOLL: jicV.JMmg'iftbseQt.iDOst. .of the time, fori thfee weeks we are permanently located attmJ'posL T"-'1 ! ' ; tSbmocratic Tuesday, the 18th .. of Aubjust, tAYNE! &.LYTLE llttrrahTor the Banner; County ! - OlttV MONROE BEGJNNirGf 1 TQ BE Appreciated r , Honored, for the 'first time" with a can- & idat on the State ;Tickct Honor eri for th:fiLfBttiroje,with the first Meeting of the . -i.Iei:u9 tarn put and. show :that.;we are worthy. of these favor. f,x, OUTMonfoe is at last beginning to be ppreciatedby the Democracy of the State: At' ft' mark- Of distinction to n-for so gal lantly winning the banner last full, we are honored, - with the first Mass Meeting:Spf . th CPa'?B,"7;on furthermore our can didal! for Governor and Lieutenant Go v-eraorlll'-botbvbe here to iddress' the Meeting a' distinctly' with which few ether couctiea"will be TaVored A t -I !10gRATS'pR Monroe;; TURN. OUT i your strength from all our Democratic hills and valleys,- and let -the ,; - fint meetiDglof the: Campaign be 8uch a nema'lo-opcB the flight -with Spirit and and hear and see the standard bearers o( oot ptjrtr M A present campaign..; They waieAhere,.an4.n.Q imUte.;;. The Meet ' Iflj wai ;ca)led by .the State Central Com tnUteet andrPAYiiE ond UlXLhJ were present and promised to be, here sure; ap4 . .certajOfTsxi . vain ieAi inhb i'.r.tviir$, Tuesday, tie IStli' at 1 o'clock the first broajJsiddJrom ; the Democratic batteriea is tobe poured to ilpou the extra . sewibU'xtta'ciravaganV jcg, negro equamy, uiusumna. , TURN OUT I. OTitK; jDCT 11 aid detote norie-day" to-; yourceoHutry and the cause of justice, UR CANDIDATES FOB STATE WhaVt not room for a lengthy notice of 'the candidates" on bur State ticket; but being ' personally acquainted with nearly Tery'maa at them," we'db nbt'hcsitate to gay that as good a ticket has seldom been ptMenteoi to Unpeople pfr phio.; .A xIIxxRir; BPathe,? our candidate; for Ootr0r to a lawyer,' of Cleveland. 1' He iifonf of '-"IfiV most alented"men,.aiid thor; ougo-goiDg Democrats in thc .State.The Vrjtn?itAefAT jSaimoa JV.i Chase. Ptfyba-wifl apeak; beret on next .Tuesday, whek thi people oatr for nt opinions,' as to j3sabilf;!forthein '7 uliUM,kjLl, '$tfi)k r candldafe for ltett4a.floyoig ,Xrom Cincipnati ' and la.likese.a lawjet ile:is a young an of brilliant talents, and cnej)f the ttOsVeloquent Wen $n Ohf 6. u'6t himao, site people" wiil'ave an,eppbrtun'it..,to r-ir -JIXJiaT WnKMAN,ofiFaLrfieUl,?our ' candidate for Supreme Judge,1 is a.talnt ed man a sound lawyer,, and excellently qualified for .he position for which be was Bominated.I : .'.'...i j.i-i V I Jary' E'4MottRT8,'5 pur candidate for CfdtVTreaVarii; is'fully apokeft of. in an 'ther place. . . ' v ;.: RxxBHARt, crar oandldate for Sec- : ntart ot Stated is 'sdltor'of; the Westboie, t OerBn paper. puousutt iB vwtMiBuus inanof sterling Mutciritv, ;aiid aiimirablv t fitted for the office. JOSR-'C.- JJackt;s,5 of Lucas county.. oniWe, tot thcilioard of-'Puhlic mm' .... --3 . mr- U. i I. m. - I J . .. m. .tT . I'llllllI 1 orks, Js.. a' practical engineers it uas 1.7 .. 1. 1 bccjijhe.5 custom heretofore to elect ...men. from anv profession to. this office. We are giaa tosce a iiomuiauon lcwm u iiuaa whose occupation qualifies them for the ouicc. -ir. Liackus is in every way quai iliedfortlie position. There, is a ticket for the honest men of Ohio that cannot be beaten. - -. James. R. Morris, Esq. . To the people of tins portion of the State, it is whollynnecessary for ;us ; "to say that Jamks R. Morris is most admi rably fitted for the office for which he was nominated by the Democratic State Con vention! In other3 parts of the State where he is less known the people should be made better acquainted with his qualifica tions. 1 In setting them forth ,we will not say a single word which will be dis puted by any one of any parly who is qualified to speak on the subject. ! Mr. Morris is the son of Col. "Joseph Morris, who served four sessious in Con- grcss, and was long known as one of the most prominent leaders of the Democracy in" Ihis part of the State. James R. is now about 38 years of age, and is by oc cupation a ' farmer. " He has never in any way been connected with banking institu tions, and his views in regard to them are such as to give the most ample guaranty that he will never favor them at the ex pense of the State. 1 Mr Morris has rep resented his county in the State Legisla ture, where he took a position as a leadin'g member. ' ; ''' 1 As an accountant and financier, we will venture to say. he has not had a superior in the office for which he is a candidate, for at least a 6core of years. ' Be does busi ness with a rapidity 1 and accuracy that eminently qnalify him for Treasurer. ; : -In point of integrity unquestionably the most ?; essential qualification of a fi nancial officer he posea8es the most un bounded confidence of all who know him. It wag his unimpeachable reputation in this respect that' induced his friends to urge his'iiominalionj' The defalcations of the last two Treasurers rendered it peculiarly necessary ' that - the1 Democratic nominee should be above every breath of suspicion, and such V'man ' is Mr. Morris; This, united with his firmness of character, f his excellent business qualifications, - and ' his kindness of manner, render his nomination particularly gratifying to the honest "peo ple Of OhWu: !' ;!:; ' - ; ; If during the campaign any of the op position assail hia character, it can only behrongh a reckless ' disregard for the truth,' and would be indignantly Repelled by all persons ' in this county, whether -.,.. . . Democrats,' Republicans, or Know Noth ings."--r-:,v ' - '' ; '. "We may seem to have spoken - warmly, but we repeat that nothing we have" said will be 'disDoted' by any honest man ot any party,-" who is qualified to speak on the subject 1 :0hi6 Democratic GonYenlion. pXyne; nominated lfor gq i . ERNOR, A. - MORRIS , FOR 1 ' ' i v TREASURER. v.r.h i p -.:, August 6, 10 'o'clock, :A, M.'r : "Convention wet pursuant W announce- mentu On motion .of;:'E;.B'OLDS, .A- P.. JEdgehtos,. was called ,to -. the . ,-. chair, The following t gentlemen were called, to act as ecretaries W. H; Gill, W. Rrrcn ET.'Jbnk T.'Dorrex," C. M. Lanison, and Mri BOMBAROERJ f '" A ' i " On motion the following ; committees were-appointedi;4 A committee ;;ofcope from each Congressional District on Cre dentials;"a pdmmittee of tone" on ' Rules; a Committee of one on Permanent Umcers a Committee of one on resolutions; a Com mittee of one on. State Central Commit tee.;,.,;-. ; v :;:! :ih-s : rWe have not room for the committees entire we. give the names. of the members from .this district:-:: On Credentials Lw Daker, of Noble; on Rules, John ,S.,Way of .Monfoej on Permanent Officers, JiiW Whiter'of.Guerntey; on Resolutions, ere Williama," of MoBroe: , , on . Central. Com mittee, Wm, Lawieucc,; of.(iGuernsey;. - , A letter waa read.rronj ueo. W-,fliany .... . penny, in wnicn ue oecunea ofcintr a ..can' didale-forGoyernor. ...-, A I. i . i, ........ 1 - ..--. ; The committee ,a . Permanent Officers reported, , nominating Epson B.Olds, of Pivkaway,: county, for sPresidentj and one Vice , president urom each. Congressional distrjeti; Joseph. Scott, of i Guernsey,; rep resented this district. J. W. JPitch, o: CkvelandKwas, nombatel for Secretary, in4.jV.ll..Bu;sh,. of: Stark andL W. W. Armstrong,; of ; Seneca, assistant: Secre I ?.On. taking the chair,-Mr, Olds made short .and pertinenjt epeech, in . . which . he tlluded to the plundertng ' of the . State Treasury,' tna laid the: blame opon the shoulders of ihelack Rephblicans. i RlTORf 0 ' COMMITTIB ' OX :- RULES. That the following be the order- Of-: nom ination: 1st Governor; 2d Lieut.- Govern or; 3d, Supreme Judge; 4th, . Treasurer: Ithi' tcrBtaryJ'"',Bi Boafd ' of Public. n't! art CJ2X- tral Commutes.- .1 x fist District. F. Linck, 2d, A. Long, SdjA. P. Miller' 4th, J. P. lcKinney. - v- th, W. C. Gould, 8th, D. Robb, 9tlr W. W., Armstrong, 10thr L. Anderson. ,J 1th, K. Price, 12th, W. B. Woods, 13th, John Y. Glessner.J; 14th, H. S. 1 Knapp, t 15 th, Li Uarper, 18th, H. J Jewett, 17th, T. Rea, 18th, E. B. Tyler, 19th, J. A. Wheeicr, 20th' S. L. Hart, 21st, W. C.Gaston. For the State at large, W. Trevtt, of Franklin county, and F. Fieser. The following ecntlemen were then brought before the Convention as candi- dates for the nomination of Governor: Gen. Jos. II. McDowell, of Highland co., Rufus s P. Ranney, of Trumbull co., and Ilenry B. Payne, of Cuyahoga, 1st Ballot (viva voce,) resulted Mc Dowell 63, Ranney 89, Payne 1ST- HeuryB. Payne was declared the nom of the Convention by acclamation. The Convention then proceeded to bal lot for ' Lieutenant . Governor. On the first ballot W. H. Lytle received1 136 votes; Geo. W. Rex, 94; T. J. bmith 94; B. Burns, 1 8. ' - . Pending the taking of the second ballot Mr. Payne appeared in the Convention, and was greeted with three cheers; and, asueuuing me siage, maue an eiauoraie. oquent, comprehensive and powerful peech. - xne secona oaiiot tor Laeutenam uov- ernor resulted as follows : Lytle, 233; Thomas Smith, 63; Geo. vex, 44. ... General Lytle was declared elected, and being informed by a committee, appeared on the stage and made one of his charac-1 teri3ticjlly brief and graceful speeches of tuariKS. The vote for J udge of the bupreme Court was then taken, and resulted as fol- J 1 r. 1 .1 ii . 1 f uws iue geuueuen iiameu uavmjj uu severally put in nomination: V - - - Whitman, 199; Leland, 62; Boys, 11; Riirchard. 31? TTp.nnon 31. . I Judge Whitman being elected, was , , , . , escorted by a committee to the stage, and made a vigorous aud dignified speech. . The contest for Treasurer was very warm. The nrst ballot was as louows: Morgan, 126; Morris, 60; Musgrove, 5T; Bates. 16; Dickey. 33; Scott. 33; Bush nell, 21 votes. r No nomination., . Second Ballot. Mr. Dickey was with drawn from the contest. The second bal- ot resulted as follows, viz: . Morgan, 150;: Musgrove, 80; Morris, 15; - Scott 23; Bates, ; tion. . Bushnell, 13.- No nomina- Tliird Ballot. Messrs. Bates and Bush nell withdrawn. .Morgan,. 151: Morris 94; Musgrove, 75; Scott, 21. James B. King was now nut in nomina tion amid very warm, expressions of ap proval.; Fourth, ballot resulted as fol- f IIepout of Committee oh Stats ow8.-,xu.organ,, iaa; jjiorris, xk.iujj.ntby its warmest advocates, and that the 54; Musgrove, 33; Scott, 3. (.No choice. .The. fifth ballot resulted as follows, viz Morris, 146;. Morgan, 135;, King, ; 53; Scott, 6. No choice. . ,,. . On the sixth ballot Morgan had 131; Morris.- 209: whereupon the latter was declared elected, and was then" confirmed by acclamation. For Secretary of State; the candidates were C.. N. Allen, . of Harrison; Jacob linenan, oi x ranKiin, eaior 01 me n eu-. form m Ohio, jn order to reduce the bur '.e: Tsnftft V.. "Raten. 'of Belmont. . ; Hana nFinotlnn ki ...i..':.!.. i .' First Ballot. Rhinehart received 278, ' Alien ao, iaion -huT .: linmenari was men aeciarea me nom- 1 . . 7 J 1 J A. 1 I wee by acclamation. ; ; . . .. , r , , ' . For Board of Public Works, Alfred L. iJactus, or Lucas; .vvuiiam eram, oi UiarKi B. Ui. viiosmer, qt , juusaingum, i -rt w.v? i were nominated. , r-.., ; , , . r , , 1 srSri?aff0f..rBackus,240,Werdin431, nosmer, 60. Backus was then declared the candidate. The Committe on Resolutions then re ported, through their chairman, B. Burns, of Richlaud. , They were read by U.' B. Flood. . t ; -i . We have given the resolutions in anoth er 'column.; : , . . :, r....'. . ,. - .3 jv v,. They were . unanimously approved, ex-t cent the last, relative to Gibson andBres lin, which gave rise to a warm discussion, llOj wuicu gave use w u wniui uutuooiuu, Messrs. Comraager, of Lucas, Judge John A. Corwin, ofiChampaign, Mr. Sheafe, of T-Virfield-onnosins- -the , resolution.- and rr -n ' Rnrns kUT. of Tllawar- A.P.Edgerton, ofLucas, and C. B. Flood, ofUrbana, speaking in favor of JW-The i:nnvpnt.mn retiiRen 10 reconsiaer ine res- olution, and then . adjourned at eight and a half o'elock P. M. The Result of the Election in Coving- The Democracy of Cotington did'glo- riously yesterday. - -Their majority is; be tween three and four hundred, when it'., is nsually, orie-hundre.4 : .wrty, for the Know-Nothihgs. "Campbell andi:Kehton Counties give large Democratic majorities Leathers supported by I the A Knpr-Noth- mgs, is very baaiy beaten tor me, otate Senate by iFisk .Democrat. '. The Deni-' ocf atic members of . the " Legislature,, are elected in both counties.' .. B.ut little oppb -sition.Jto Stevenson for.; Con gressl '0Zf,'; " A ' CpLORKo- KALLocH.--Under -this head the ColumbnB 'iStafemaH.'bf yester day,1 state 8 that a negro Baptist preacher has been arrested and brought before tne authorities of that 'city 4 charged with the seduction of one of the female members of "his cbngregaUoii. e ;r.- In i Fall of Rock at Niagara falls, a i v. BuFFALoj August 3.'--A' piectof Vock; about one hundred' tons iin-woight,-fell from a precipice on Goat-Island; at Niag ara Falls,' yesterday; three hundred feet below ; the British Falls, v- Three persons underneath '-were -! badly hurt;' and - Mr. Parsons, of Cleveland, it is feared, has re ceived fatal ii-jaries, h it:-vr i E3"" the Black Republica n editors Of Cleveland were -.arrested last week on a.icharge . of publishing-a paper devoted to. the interest of lotteries.! ' Jalorc higher law-ism. fJi V :ifc:Jvt--6 r.o"-,iix':v. odi i the Position of the Democracy of Ohio We invite the attention of the National Democracy to the ulatform and resolutions aaopieu oy me democracy 01 umo in tne luiiest btate uonvention ever held: adopt- ed toor with absolute unanimity. - .- "Resolved, by the Democracy of the State of 'Ohio in I Cuniit:hn Asrh7aA That it is one of the first and highest du- ties of a Republican Government to obey the laws of the country, whatever, they mav be. mitil modified, rpnpnlrr? ?' nm. nounced unconstitutional by a-court of competent jurisdiction; and that all. at- temnts to invadft or rpsist this hio-h iw'i. gation of our national compact is an act of rebellion leading to rpvnlntion ftnd I should be frowned nnon hv ovprv lnvpr of the Union. "Second. That at this, the first Conven- tiou of the Democracv since the Presidp.n- tial election of th nr,,. f Ohio present their congratulations to the 0 Democracy of the TJniou, who staved the tide of sectional fanaticism which was fasti sweeping the : vessel of State upon the quicksands of dissolution. . : ' "Third. That we have entire confidence in the natriotism. t g j ... "tvQt VJ VI I the National Adminstration. and cordial- ly indorse the doctrine enunciated by Pres- ident Buchanan in his inaugural address to dispose ot the slavery issue in Kansas by submitting the same to the actual resi- dents of the Territory, as p.minpntl uriao and Democratic. ... "Fourth. That thn o-rpftt Anitrn'a rtr popular sovreignty, first, proclaimed bv jefferson ia tn. Declaration of Indenp.n. dence, reiterated by Mr. Jefferson in his resolves of 1784. indorsed bv the Kansas- Nebraska Act, as reaffirmed in the Cin-1 cinnati Platform of party creed will rid the conntrv of sectionalism ; "Fifth. That while we look to no an- thority but reason for our political opin-1 . ., .- I ions, we deem it proper to express deep hrratification at thn pnnnnrmn.. f ik O ' vwuwuAkWUVW V VUV I Supreme Court of the United States in .t, .ln..;r.n n ;tk . 3 i. a. I luo uunijuc nuu 1 CLLUl u IU IUB COHHllLU-I tional power and ooliiical ritrhts of the states and Territories which have been ionar maintained by the Democratic partv an(j formally avowed by it in three Na-1 tional Conventions. Sixth. That the late defalcations in the Treasury of the State imperiously de- mand that the money of the people, placed therein, should be guarded with jealous care, and that, as a means of so doing, we reassert the resolve of the Demo cratic Convention, of January 8. 1854. pledging our .next Democratic Legisla I'ledffiuar onr next Dfimoprntir- T.pa-iaio. ture to carry ' it . into effect in word and deed, as follows Resolved". , That, the i Independent Treasury established by the Democracy of the Union, after a continued strnirele for vears. has. in its "nrfiotifa! nnemtmna ;n. dicated and proved all that is claimed for J - I . . ,.- . v. w. .a.. Democracy or Ohio are in favor of the enactment by the Legislature of Ohio of a sjstem'similar.in .its principles, for the safe-keeping and disbursement of the pub lic funds of the state "Seventh. .That we are in favor of an economical -administration,, of the State and Federal Governments and that the public policy demands, at this time, the mostefficitnt and thorongii measures of re- uvub vi luAaituu, ur irailAIUlU LUK U Era- ti0n of the Government from proiects of public expenditures not necessary or es- . - " sential to strictly legitimate purposes, and also, by imposing salutary cheeks upon the abuse of taxincr power in the hands of the local authorities. . . "Eighth. Resolved. -.That Wm. Tt i .'.,...---.. Gibson and John G. Breslin. hv thpir enr. rupt embezzlement ot the public moneys, uiC1 m, mm, wia?. wuavfwui receive me, re- ward of iniquity within the walls of the 0U!? ???en'Var??: 7t!i;'so;!5 Sti'lMr- f The Know-Nothins State Convention Dattox, ' August 5.The i Convention assembled at-half-past one and the follow- ing permanent 'officers were selected:-- .T:' i".Sprtt '.1-Tn.rrisnh' -! ProoJrln. - .TnrliTo Thatcher," of i Toledo,-Daniel Scott- of tt-li j r r v IIlhja"d'A- Van.ce ,of and Seth Ely of Saf; it,JV ic. ChainoaiffU ice Presidents a,,u A: ttI,a'-a m -avion, ana Smith; of Fayette, Secretaries. ! I :B- Probasco, Esq.-Chairman of tn committee on oalitications, submit r a ." Resolved: That anv elector in the State of Ohio who in will;; to pot 'uh . American partv and maintain its doctrines, shall be entitled to rote and take part: in the deliberation of this Convention:' And any .person" acting 'as "a 'member of this! Convention ' shall be bound in honor to abideby'the'nomiuatibus this day made! ArlonfAHr:vB itzi oi ". i; ' W. B; Probasco,' Esq. from the Com mittee ou 'Resolutions1 then submitted a Platform, which wasamended and adop- tf-A n foltAwQ.' u?.ci . i 1 ; TheAmericanf party of Ohio- in!Con- ventiori assembled, deem it broOer to an - nonn tbft'foltowin nronoBitiona' k -iJ nressin the -nriricinlM ' nf the - WV fn Obio-'viri-5 sja.M.fii: Uah t v-;i.3.ii ; i Firsi? The;Federal Union Wustbe fmiintkined:' o1 V-m I Th rthfa'f Htat00' 0 hi resneeted ' 'he' tTnlnn rif ChZriti nrf be prevented '" "a ' ' ' ' "" ' ' ,V ..The'rlgl anteeu. j ' Ajaerican .injerests must, be prompted. . Aun !i'iaerican' naiibuality ni'os't'bV.cherr. i Sectional agitation must be terminated. Foreign paupers and criminals must be exciuueu ! ..The naturalization laws must be amen ded. Squatter. Sovereignty'' aud alien suf frage must be repudiated. ., ! Americans must ruje, America. ( t,Seco)ia ,That; we repel as false and un just,5; the charge! against ua that we are' in favor of the extension of .slavery into Free m i . i a . . i to condemn the - spirit of 1 sectionalism which seeks .to array one portion of the countr7 nSainf pother, and to declare of the whole country, one and indivisable: Third, The late peculations of the funds of the State, calls for the greatest scroti nJ f tn& people in reference to the char- acter of the public servants to be elected this Fall, and for the enactment of such Penal Iaws as will prevent such ontrages in future- - The : Convention then nominated the following State Ticket. For Governor Col. P. Van trump, of Fairfield, Lieutenant Governor N. T, Ash, of Lucus. State Treasurer Jona than Harshman, of Montgomery. Board of Public Works John R. Arthur, of Highland. Supreme Judge John Dav- enPort of Belmont. Secretary of State ' ' Allen, of Ross. The Convention adjourned at five cIock sme ' From tho Cincinnati Enquirer. The Ashland Congressional District James n. Clay Elected.. We doubt whether any Congressional canvass in the United States ever attract- ed more or as much attention as the re- cent one between James B. Clay and Roger Hanson, in the Ashland District, Ken- iucky. The eyes of the whole nation, an especially of that portion of it which takes any part in politics, was directed to it witn great ftnxiety. The district was stroncly Know Nothine. civine. two vears aS0.one thousand six hundred majority for A X. Marshall, its present Know Nothing Representative; and even "last year . Buchanan and Breckinridge were beaten over six hundred by Fillmore and Donelson. The Democracy notwith stanains tne reports or tne gallant canvas which Mr. Clay was making, and the con- fident hopes of some of his ardent friends generally naa oui mue iaun in nis success, ii j .l-.ii c-.t . i- It seemed impossible that the lartce K. N. w majority "could' be' overcome,' especially ujViph thpv nrpspntpd an ahlp. nnd adroit n. . ' J r" " champion of their , principles as Roger Hanson. The district has beer, changed since it na been carried by Mr. Breckinridge, as the county of Uwen, 6trongly Democratic, was taken off, and Woodford, strongly K- N., substituted. Despite the great odds against him, Mr. Clay, with a perseverance and an ardor worthy of his illustrious descent, entered the list in accordance with the wish of his political friends, and has been triumphantly elected by a small ma jority. His success will do more to de stry Know Nothingism in the South than any blow it has yet received. ; .' It will be remarkable. if it ever makes any headway Bn in Kentucky. In every aspect in which it can be viewed it is more of a na- tional than a local victory, and, as the I. -.. telegraphic wires spread the intelligence OTer ine wniyn it will be nailed every where with the greatest rejoicings and satisfaction.' ' The following are the majorities in the several counties, as reported by the mail agent, who came on the Lexington train to Covington last evening:' ' Clay, Hanson. Harrison. Nicholas. ..194 ' ; :,i ..169 ...439 . .. 30 "... ..102 .!..: .. 290 390 .. ; : , 190 1 .938 , 870 Scott. Frenklin.. n a.- WnndfoVd Total... i... I....... 870 Majority for Clay. . . . . 63 Missouri and Kentucky. Elections- and anxiety about the result in Missouri, on the Governor, at the recent election. Th mntMt vR htwofn Stewart, nn. cra and Rollins, Fusionist, who ran as the candidate of the Know Nothings and Benton men, who, together, had a large "a jority a year ago. ; ; We were . appre- nensive that tne coalition would 5 beat Stewart, but it -ppears to have -been a failure. ; The indications are that he has been triumphantly, elected !-by a large ma Ijonty. oti.LiOUis, wnere nve or six mou I sana maJoruy ior ; ivomns was expected, has only given him twelve or, fifteen hun dred. . . . ..; i :(In Kentucky, the Democracy have un doubtedly carried seven, if not eight, of the tenCongressmen, which is a gain of three. : The Legislature is probably Demo cratic on joint ballot, and the Democratic otaie ireasurer nas large majority. js.en tackJ" .is c?mPlete-7 revolutionized.--Cin. c'n3ut.rer' Convention foe the Establishment of a Southern line of steamers. The convention .to further the project of A Dudley Mann, for .the ' establishment of a southern line of steamers to Europe met at Old Point Comfort, on Wednesday,-and was largely attended,, . Delegates from Maryland,; Washington City. Tennessee; t North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Texas, were present. Ex-President Ty ler was elected President, and Hon. D I M. Barringer, Hamlin, .Moore," Nf.-Falls d Thomas f.;Pa'ge, were Jelected Vice Presidents. . - r .. ... . . Letters were read from all the members of the Cabinet, Lieut. Maury and others, strongly endorsing , the nlan: ... Commit- tecs 00 resolutions and subscriptions were appointed; and the convenUon adjourned until to-day.. ,s rulT'J. State of OlllO, MonrOG: Comity COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Olivia Martin, ; ) rprtE said defendant Briges against i ; y 1' Martin, "whose place of Briggs Martin.. J residence is unknown, is here by notiuod, tnat on the t wenty-nr.h day of July, 1857, the plaintiff Olivia Martin, filed in the oflRce of the Clerk of said Court, her petition praying for divorce and alimony against said defendant, alleging for. cause extreme cruelty and wilful absence for more than three years, Said suit Will be for trial at the nest October term of said Court. ') -;-- '' '': ' v. i a l. o r-ARCflBOLD k RICHARDSON, ;VS -;r '. ! AH'ys for Plaintiff. Augusta Ga., Auotst 5. Dowdell (Democrat) is re-elected to Congress, from Montgomery district, Alabama by .100 majority. ; A. B. Moore, (Democrat) is elected Governor without oppostion. DIED In Ludlow township, Washing-ton county, 0., on Saturday, the 1st inst., at the residence of hia. son-in-law, Mr. THOMAS SOUTH, aged near one handred years. V ' : .. Mr. South was the father of the well knewn and excentric Anthony South. On the 28th nit., WILLAM, eon of William and Elizabeth Workman, aged 7 years' and 6 months. - He was killed by the upsetting of a sled. God in his wisdom has recalled ' The precious boon his lovehad given, '" And though the casket moulders here " - The gem is sparkling sow in Heaven. ;: St. Clairsville Gazette copy. v-'-"- Ve are Bound to Beat LANGE BRO'S. are determined to close oat their splendid stock of : ' . . Spring and Summer Goods. . They will sell at lower prices than any Retail Establishment in New York City, and of course I cheaper than any other store in this town. T Tnends come , along with your money and Superior Calico latest style' at 11 a 11 Ots, do do v : 10al0i WARRANTED NOT TO FADE. Inferior sorts at any reasonable price. LAWNS No. 1, article from 6 J to cts. GINGHAMS, do do 12ito31J ' ALAPACA?, MERINOES, etc., 15 to 4S ' And aU other GOODS in the same P. . Any of our friends who wish to 1 . . . .. . I T SETTLE their accounts, are requested not to be hashful. ' ' LANGB BRO S. Woodsfleld, Aug. 5,1857. 8w. ":- . : WASlBEN'Sr:;; Ohio Criminal Law & Forms. SECOND' EDITION, ENLARGED AND REVISED TO SUIT THE STATUTES OF 1857. ! . ,!.,:.( I . 4 ' " ' I Justices of the Peace and Mayors are author- ized to. purchase this work out of theFineM that they collect. . . EXTRACTS FROM RECOMMENDATION " I would not be without it for ten times. its price." M. WADDEL, Justice of the Peace and Mavor, Hillsborough, Ohio. - :i "The. system observed in arranging' the Statutes, precedents, .. and the references to authorities, makes it a work admirably, adapt ed to its obect. ' " & F. TAYLOR, Com. Pleas'Judge " No Library in Ohio is complete without It, and no Justice, of the Peace or Mutps should attempt to administer the Criminal Law with- A M - -1 ' , f- ' ' J ' - THOMAS BOLTON, Com. Pleas Judg. I - mmm . . ... . . . I " to justices 01 tne r eace, juayors, c.. will be of almost indispensable necessity whilst to Prosecuting Attorneys and. the Bar generally it will prove highly convenient. JOS1AH SCOTT,' supreme Judge 'Magistrates will especially find it of great value in the ; discharge of their' duties, while its exposition of the Law, and simple arrange ment, commend it to the study of the private citizen." ' . ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' J '.' 1 B. STORER, Juilge of Superior Court' of Cin; "'It is - much-needed by : Justices and Attor neys of Ohio gererally.'? -!;:,- : iU' j.hj f O. BO WEN. ' JBupttme-Juda 'I have examined theT work with consldera- ble care, and expressed the opinion that it is J Militia, in the 3d Brigade of ?3J. Diti8ien, are -exceedingly practical." " L; - 1 ;i -,r, hereby notified to meet at the eburt-lfotta,fl JOHN W. OKEXj Com. Pleas Judge. I "The Work is of great practical value not I only to Justices, Constables, and other bflSoers, but to the Lawyer though well read in Orimi- nal Jurisprudence." ; - . -: ; , , .? - j :?M i HIRAM GRISWOLD, Chairman Judiciary 1 Com., O. S.. Senate. ; . , '.:' "It should be In the hands of all Justices,1! Prosecutors, and those engaged in any Wise in! , ny; MiUtary, Ccmpanif so .eltuated thtK" criminal proceedings.?' ?.,;; . ,.;;( , -,vCw. lis not conyeuieni jfor the members tb-reotto.:. ' B. F. HOFFMAN, Com. Pleas Judge., "I regard the Work as worthy of a place in tho library of every lawyer in Ohio; and one hich hould be owned and cabkfvuT studixs by every Justice of the Peace in the State who expects to aid in the enforcement of the Crimi- Uiona of ,the act aforesaid. - V '"- " - X -nal Law." WM. SAMPLE, Com. Pleas Judge, , : All persons subject W porforW'MUitarV dnty : "i nave no qouoi m -i m,u e vm vniu- mai Law and rorms," were suppaea 10 an our Justices and M ayora who have criminal busk ness before them, it would save more costs, the County Treasuries every year, than the ex- pense oi iurmsning mem." m i ,V II1. ' " ' ' - J WM. LA vVKKiNUK, uom. fleas judge, Price S2.50. ? BROWN, - o ; r Gen. Agent, Bellefontaine, 0.;f August 5,1857. 6w j;,:fr,K;:v.Q rr ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that there will be a petition presented to the Commissioners of Jlfonroe County, Ohio, at their September session, for the .location of a County, Road, commencing at CoohransviUe,3fonroe County, Ohio, and following the Township Road as near as can be done, to make a good road up jamea run, to or near' (he head -.of Wright! nulljtaaa, on8id run; thence np the right .side of said ... ; . . ' . . -tt i run to ine county line , oeiween -vaui"giwu and Jllonroe iroe. Also to commenoe S lands of Jacob Frame, ; ounty up Uieght hand fork of said m, and thence to intersect tWooda- near the ington county. James' run field and Sistersville road on the lands formerly id bmtersvuie roadontneiands iormer.y by AbrahamPorter.inBenton township e County, Ohio.- ' - , , . ; i owned Jtfonroe n.i i.-s L;,.s?x.'irC lanT..Panxioxxaa. July 29,1857 Legal Notice. ,i. M ARY LUCRKTIA LACi, wife of Jam R. t a. i . , ap x rsooeT. wuuhb . uiicb di nBiutsudi ia ua known to the on the 17th day Of Lacey, filed in Court-of Common. Pleas of .Monroe .County, Ohio hi" tition for Divorce, which is now pending in said Court, in which he eharges (be said defendant Mary Lucreti with going'awayi and living in adultery with one- John: Patton.t fcaid petition wm be J Jiearag at tna ucwoer 1 J a 1 O r "T .. . - , r,yy f-US,-!' 1 Jl n:: ; 3 ,Lhr. .mJT AtW for Petitioner; i July 22, J3576w.5 ..ijU. a:H vi u GUARDIAN'S SALE.. ,. iut.fi th hiilira- df tbn o'clockrAi M and after described, I will offer for sale at puhlio auction, ition, the fallowing described . tract of land aate in Wayne tbvnhip, in said county, to . e;.ViV. , V1 situate wit - -i-' i Tho north east quarter'- of r tha wata astl quarter, of section 32, in township 4, and 1 6. contamitisr 27 acres more or less. vAu- nn ti V-ir :iiv! m i Guardian of Stephen Ward, petitioner: wUl Uke notice thatl" -r----, . "B,wi't July, A. D. 1857 JameS Tr rfW- W C --V'." the office of the Clerkt of the i T """i? . Pfol",'t 3 T v , r ' 1 TiV firtnn of mi ordpr to m directed from I Jj lhi Probate CouVt of Monroe ' County, vt.9SSKJ?,4 ohin nnarjadsui ilii ry.iij bscotl .'e3i3" his if e, demand part.itiqn. of tha.followir ynio.on . , rs-t-,U.:.. real estate, Bituati in kiid 'oouaty,' to wit: Saiuntav.'the 22rf day of, August, "1 857,' ; Twenty-Eve! aores of land in (henQAhiiwL: -BOOKS!! BOOKS!! Window Blinds,); AT WnLmGPRIC THE undersigned hare Jnst ,openei a BOOSr . STORE in WpodselVinthe room foraW ly occupied by (he Journal;.' where thy have a well 8eleoted-Trietyof -""r- -yr SCHOOL. BOOKS: : McGuffey's Spellers, Q f " ' , McGuffey's Readers, v ; ! " " . Ray's Arithmetics,;: ,' 1 . Pinneo's Grammara,' '- ........ Willajrds, Histories,, 4c., Ac r Comprising, all the books adopted' by tit Teachers' Association, together wH taasy others: - - LiUzxii sj,-:yrhoi s-l'N MACAULATS, v.; .s,n, -Ihn'v of? ,. ,,, nUME'S. ..;.r. .-j.tU ....',.r BANCROPTS, X " ' PRKSCOTTBt' and other histories. Also a rariety of biotrra' phies and auto-biographies S; i ft- ?, x- frd ?i J A MISCELLaNTCOTTS WnnrQ . , trated quarto Bibles, down to the most tuelan twenty-nve cent novel : - , , ALBUMS, ':"; n uiii, uuuao ana, .1 f'l.: TOT BOOKS. in the greatest variety. ' Bat call And see themi they can't be enumerated. c m A rn t :r4 xT"c t)' it iuxis nu yaneue or paper rroa l -11 a . . . lne mosl common cap to the most highly fin hiehlr fin- ;i t m i i. . . - ... t . i , . w . BLANK BOOKS, .ixUviltl) df i buX INK: STANDS, d?- PEN HOLDERS, I ' . j' of PENCILS,' :((7 . and numberless other etceteras, to tedious " mention. , ... ,: , .. t, t extensire yariety . of m jtTt ti,"JV , ? Pie OI waUrpaper w aay- ao m wur une mat we may not hare hand. WA cn.n nfiutiMiiK .v.u --. -l-T Ja .1 der tl i "ftTr ' ;"7 ,7 " , r. -f inT'-ii 't 5 .., ni i U we will ask knowingly :for"!faky!artic. Aug. 6, lS57tf. ? The new., anil. fastruimiigsi'ear:r- y vjjtoiu viiivAiio jQuyiiajM running r f lit. (C" 1 " ''" " -. t fl- 1 . . w ueeniJK oc She" leaves ..Wheeiing.-everyMondaT, Wednesday acd'Friday. at 5 10 , o'elock A- and Parkersburg everTTtiesdar.. Thursday and Saturday at 6 O.clock-A IL. J t :Por freight or passage apply .on hoards Aug. J857. 1 3? Ordnr forh Wrt.Hnn nf RrtoaAUfc CUitJ eral for the O iVieade r Monroe County V iof the . 23d Division, Ohi'Militia.jiosfr!n lnib-b' aAD.Qiurtas 23d;Elvi8ioH OfcioiMUHta, 1 The 'auahfied electors of the Ohio Volnr tMv v4 uwuueiia wuu eouaij, o7 Saturday, the 22d day Of AtXfUSt, l37lH an4 then and there between the hours of Iftl o'clock, A. M., and 3 o'clook, P. Bl, hol4 election for Brigadier General of said Bricada. according to the provisions of an act tbOrVasw Its and:DuidiUB--taa''UmUa'nd.iliitMMif : MiUtiabf Ohio. tjassed March 2fithl857i. ir. -cli attend the election at tha eonrt-Toni ii'.f"' 8aid: mav hold eiectiona t ihlr naWaV yVii ii ;. parade or drill, on the order of the 6nrm and- ? ants: of aid, companies, pu tha day aforeaail, and conduct the same according "to tha nr(.. wnjaa 8Ua HrtgM u toe timo of said elecuoa' i are qualified, eleotpra. Th persons thus saht ject rto Militar duty .axe; the. officers -and t Ders oi organiz&a volunteer companies. . : The ualilTe'd 'voters' of iaid' eleo'Uoa'.wSf therefore be'-H i' -i AUmU .i w.:SK-tj,.- i 1st. -. Commissioned "Field and Staff OCeers " ' whose commissiqns date aJno the year 185L. " 2d. '- Commissioned, non-commissioned f3 cers and members of oritranized1 and nni formed. voIunteer!cbmpaliesr'jiHr- 15 ' ! " .' - ! The returns of said election will h mAmtn the Major GeBeraL-,4: -o,- - , fl.-H-, Bjr order of the Commander of said Division. , ; ; ' '7 ' . JOHN FERGUSON, .' ' ! vii l-Jili 'Kisot 0MriV v5' Attest: .!'io's vu.'Hil Division, 0.'lJ.' ,iJ JOHN , T RADTEY, ; , ;-;! Jin w,l 6y - Division Inspector,, j.., s,.---- afc 1 23d Division; 'O.' M " 'i - Jnly23 -lZU ." V!'t fit flit VTOTICE:ishereby--tht apetimwb Wpr. JN ifiUted to, ihe Comrniaaibn .MoSZ oount ohii at m,., j f County. Road. wmtn.ncin.aVtSr from woodsBeld 0 Beal!svi::B W tw lands f -Aaron Howell, SunSsb c ' v. then down Jha creek to. JghJaaLKi J ii m - - .r, rer: ftroogns hne Jtands .of ; JL . aeeper. w ine sputa, side r the creek, . at , twouga tno lands ,of Jasacv V CTlJ" f wvmm wuiwsmiwii aw ins - ssassiism suanv" . . ' i""8 iano ana ins jiti r . Uu"rteon and Cox, to thsT.bridga On C j I vv lu Voi i fI"?-MH.' - 'rp " rl?w i1t:i '.to? -xi; t,4 nHotl!it iTt p9rt:n; TftswH nmvfT.KR tLF nXZhi t..? I vwaww ssvwupi. sjUUT J J ;.Bowiler,;WUam; Henning aad Lany i Ahll'Ji&.T-e'?i-ri' r,.ws filed against thein,ou (be 20tb!jref -Jt , A- D. 1857, in tnje'Co'urt of Common I cf uoppe. cnov. arjf Hoppe, bis mm, ant if ftoai quarter oj-section i7, iU township Q.Audraart n-1 6; beginn.ing.for the same 82 rods east from th. ouln west corner on said, quarter; thece t f 25 rods; then,ie" north" 16Q rols "to (he nof.. Una of the Quarter; thenc6!cwest 25 rod?, aiii . : thenCa south, with Conradi HowUer iline ,1531 " itheast rods to ttie pjaoa; of..pegianlng.e.WttHl a thai id range "ext tern qf sa,id. oqurl aid petitioners , wi!W - Terms pp'y far n; order that partition mae''wad ' v! 'tt of said premisesl''!f''a,'-ia ' . 41.iPlM'AiwMW.fftd- SjB.;ai'.' 1 of Said premises.' V " i . h t V M i .. . - r v' : He ti jali byUose'Trhy knowVhitir'to.'h a .territories out we aeem ii aiso our.auryf August 12, 1?57. 6w. , iJulylSST.,. j fcf P5V5 .V :ait (aW v '' ,'v' tO. -1 v.