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- ----- ' - . - , . - - V- r fi rr t!: i ". 1 1 . THE S P I R I T OF DEMOCRACY 8i 1 ii i i l an T" ETUI J3JSXtl33 RORWS & WILLI AMS.V. Prophiktoes. IfEREAviLLtAMSr:.... .Editor. Tftraor.ratic - State Ticket. SENBY, B. PAYNE, :. ' ... i ,01 CCTAHOOA. FOB. IJEUTENASi'rUU v R, e5 of raxxKLis. fi-TOIIAJl' li. LYTLE, r&i&P.iz-- -or hamiitos. ". .';' .' V ifY 0R EECfeXTAKY OF STATE, A C 6 B SR E I N JI'A R D , . 3 rf :: TOft TRSAStlBSR Ot STATE. jfeBiar 0 R RIS, : - . JOtt SUPREME JUDGE. HENRY ' TOK feOABJJ OF PUBLIC W0RK8, f iV B N E R'L f , 15 A CKUS, OF1 -' Will the people endorse the action of the long nosed committees who went smellin? about wherever a five cent piece had been lost through the agency of Demo crats, but who "smelt never a smell " when t 50,000 was filched from the treasury? Suppose that Gibson swore falsely three times: suppose Auditor Wright did delik- eratety "place a - falsehood in his annual report when he soys he " ascertained by personal examination and count of the funds m the Treasurer's vaults "that the ney was all there after Gibson came into office; Buppose the Senate investigat ing committee reported falsely that "with the assistance of the teller of the Frank lin Bank," they had counted the money j Suppose all this and then you may sup pose that Breslin stole the money; but if he did will the people endorse the, admin istration and two sessions of the Legis lature that suffered these, enormous frauds to be covered up until the perpetrators were out of danger? .Will the people en. dorse the Legislature which repealed the only law that could puuish the treasury robber? ' ; .' ' ' '' " To vote the Republican ticket is to endorse the Republican 'Legislature, and to' grant them a license for disgracing the C i WHITMAN. State and depleting the treasury again. v e con't oeneve ine peopie win uu auy such a thing. They will overturn the tables of the money stealers, ; throw the k Again: ' ' ; ' "The exclusion of colored children from the schools is, in niy judgment, a clear tn fringment of the Constitution and a pal pable breach of trust." : .. ; ' Again: ' . "We feel, therefore, that all legal dis tinctions between individuals of the same community, founded on any such-circumstances as color, origin and the like, are hostile to our institutions, and incompat ible with the true theory of American lib erty." ' - . ' That is entirely too strongly perfumed for this latitude especially during this warm weather. Negroes socially and po litically equal to white menl Salmon, old ; From the Plaiir Dealer. Democratic Victories-: all Over the I Ulrica. : 'f We have been : trying to hold in our Chanticleer until. the full returns were re ceived from all the States voting this month, but enough has been heard he thinks to "let him out" and so he is now on a bit of a bender. : ' One bew thing, is developed by these late elections which is, that Know Noth ingism is as dead as Black Republicanism, and that in the South at least the Dem ocratic party have no longer any organi zed opposition. The Washingtan corres pondent of the New York Courier says "All our intelligence from the- Southern elections tend to show that the Democracy Monroe will give you her opinion on that ka8 ma(je a clean Bweep. Know Noth question about the 2d Tuesday of Octo ber. The Vote for Representative. "'" As our friend Baker of the Noble coun ty Democrat, still maintains that Mr. Van Meter received more votes according to the poll books than Dr. Stout, we present the following evidence which it is hoped branches. ingism is a squeezed lemon, and may be thrown away." , TENNESSEE. ..... 4 A despatch from Nashville says: "The election to Congress of seven or.cight Democrats, two or three Know Nothings. The . election of Zollicoffer, Ready ; and Etherida-e, three K N.'s, is doubtful. The new legislature is Democratic in both The majority of Harris for may prove satisfactory : . Woodsfield, O., Aug. 15th 1851. . I hereby certify that the following is the result of the vote for Representative between James M. Stout and William Governor will exceed. 10,000." :, In the last Congress the Know Xsoth- ings had 5 members from Tennessee and I the Democrats 5. . .. . ' ALABAMA. - A despatch from 'Montgomery confirms Verandah or; Charley Wagner's for re freshments. In action he was immence. . Mr. Giddings made a few remarks' at the close of these of. Wade, which were received as gospel truths by the listeners, Sampson Mason rose and said that he arose to nominate Salmon P. Chase for the office of Governor, and as he regarded it useless to go through with the formali ty of a ballot, he moved that he be nomi nated by acclamation. The question was then; put. .Whereupon SALMON P. CHASE was declared unanimously nom- ted. ; . . V'. . . LIEUT. . GOVERNOR. The following is the' result of the first ballot: Moses II. Kirby 4r Lester Taylor 38, N. H. Van Vorhes 22, John F. Bea ver ,22, Asher Cook 47, Moses B. Welker 52, Gen. S. Stokely 20, Hon. ; Chambers Baird 33, Ichabod Corwin 43, Wm. P, Catler 42, R. P. Buckland 25, and Moses D. Walker 21 no choice. ; The names of Gen. Stokeley and Cham bers Baird were then withdrawn, y , Second ballot Cutler 65, -Van Vorhes 42, Welker 88, Taylor 39, Cook 44, Walker 21, Corwin 52,; Buckland 19. Third ballot Cutler 1 1 4, Van Vorhes 39, Corwin 68, Cooke 3 6, Welker 111. Mr. Van Vorhes was withdrawn and Mr. Cooke was withdrawn. ; : - Fourth, ballot Welker 206, Cutter 122, Corwin 42. Welker 'a nomination was then on motion of Mr. Brown of Por- Tan Meter, i. shown bj the poU boots or tie P-loos news .f the t '"ZZ the Convention: OF rAISFIKIJ. Stont. Van Meter. Democratic .County . Ticket. Monroe county, . . Elk Tp. Noble Co. weak incompetent Legislature out of the Center " " MnUnl smd no longer Dertiiit their State Stock house to be "a den of thieves." ; Enoch " ; r"A t-Vl. a;i SENATE..: . HARSHALiMORROW. m. : fT5,iA to Ux deciaioii of Vxb District Con- i,:;,!; JAMES M STOUT," !-:: f JERE.VWILLIAMS. V ... v:, ;TREASrjREP..- - -.itLUM MYERS. . COURTLAND M. , MUKKUW; : PROBATE JUDGE... 'JOHN S. WAY. ; vsWILtlAM- P. JJICHARDSON. 4 '- K 'J1 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. r, . . . ., iia7n-FREDERIC MUHLEMAN. fiort r7--J0SEPH MOOSE, INFIRMARY. 11RECT0R.. JOSHUA AMOS. . roiiONER. SAMUEL W. NOLL. 'An Error-Corrcct It. -fCevefar,bf bnr Exchanges in compli- IBeoting'MoB'm604''011 him as the ditor of this- paper.- Mr. Morris w U VtlCor' for kbbut twelve.: years, but at f r:" f zeroises no control ; over its edi : t:r: j flepartmenti 1 W wish this correc. tiia t be ;madei !eBt ;Mf. Morrts be re- Salraon P. Ciase and Negro Equality. The Republicans have nominated Sal mon P. Chase as their candidate for Gov ernorf,. Salmon P Chase, who sold out body and breeches to the Democrats " in order to get into the U. S- Senate, and wouldn't stav sold: Salmon P. Chase who endorsed the PittsburgFree Soil platform which strongly denounced every attempt to abridge the rights of foreign born citi zens, and then accepted a nomination to head a ticket composed of Know Noth ings, and stamped the State alongside a Know Nothing, wholly ignoring his for mer affection for the foreigners; Salmon P. Chase who recommended Breslin to deposit $30,000 in the City Bank of Cin cinnati, of which he was Attorney, and which soon aft'er exploded and left the State minus; Salmon P. Chase who through 'motives of delicacy' omitted to appoint a committee to investigate the affairs of the Treasury as the law; requires, and there, gaye time to the defaulters to hide their spoils. ' Oh Salmon, Salmon, it is a crooked path you have traveled and a rough one you must travel this fall. . Just now would be an appropriate time to indulge in a little reminiscence of Sal mon's negro loving propensity. ; Salmon will not deny its authenticity, nor will any of his friends. We give it in , the words of the Cincinnati Enquirer: . 588 63 . 3 208 . 4 144 .:. s :-, 1 - 149 . 31 60 62T 624 624 ' : Stout's maj. ' : 3 , , v - k JOHN B. NOLL, ' Secretary of Convention. The above is certainly conslusive, and we trust, that the Democrat will correct its error, a3 a . general impression seems to prevail in Noble county, that if one poll book had not been thrown bnt by the Convention, Mr. Van Meter would have been nominated. ' - r Hon. Mr. Dowdell to Congress from that district, and rejoices over the defeat of Wm..R. Smith, k. n., in the fourth dis trict, by Moore, democrat, by at least 400 majority. Smith was the only k.. n. in the last Congress from Alabama. This is the end of Sam in that State. : TEXAS. .' Here Sam and Sara Houstoo are both licked to lint The returns, as per tele graph from New. Orleans, indicate that Runnells, Democrat has been chosen Gov- Nomiuations were then called for Judge of .the Supreme Court. A number of nominations were made, and the Chair announced the first ballot as follows : . H,,T, Bowen of Marion, 44; Milton Sutliff of Trumbull, 117; Simon Nash of Gallia, 70; Lucian Case of Licking, 14; W. K. Upham of Columbiana, 29; Al fred S. Dickey of Highland, 32; Peter Odlin of Montgomery,. 46; James Murray of Wood, 18. .. ... Second ballot Bowen, 39, Sutliff, 153, ernorby 12,000 majority; and the Know Nash 112, Upham 17, Mason 60. . The American Horses Beaten. The last steamer brings the intilligence that the American horses Pryor and Pry oress were beaten in England in the races for the Goodwood cup. A French horse. Monanjue, won the race. There were seventeen horses entered; Pryor came out fifth and Pryoress sixth. The American horses ran at a great disadvantage. They had much more weight to carry than on 6ur courses; and, besides, the rules there being different the distance different, and of course the manner of training different. Sorry they were beaten. V ; ' ... v ... .... State g:idaV Church, in this.city Mr. CI ,i;v5o-i: wrtAnJn recrard to himself, I nresented. by the negroes of Ci " .nd which he does.not see nntU they are with one of the most beautifully designed What the Opposition say ; of Our -' , Ticket. : . . : The Cincinnati Times 6ays: : We must regard the Democratic State ticket as a strong one. ' . With one or two. exceptions, the candidates are , new mem, fresh from the people; and do ; not only On the 6th of May; 1845, in the Baker possess, to a full degree, the qualities es- Caa6e was sential to tne omces ior wnicn vney ; are ncinnati. selected, but will prove - efficient on the Nothings had not chosen a siugle member of the legislature as far as heard irom. . NORTH CAROLINA. .. There is serious opposition to the Dem bcratic candidates for Congress in but two districts of North Carolina the 1st (Paine's) and' the 6th. (Puryear's) In both, the struggle was a hand-to-hand one so close as that it will take some days to ascertain the result with certainty. The candidates in them .are, in the 1st, H. M. Shaw, dem., and Wm. N. H. Smith, k. n.; in the 6th, R. C. Puryear, k. and A. M. Scales, dem. The 1st; 5th. and 6th districts in the last Uongress were represented by , Know Nothings; the 5 other districts' by Democrats. ; , ' MISSOURI. ; "'. ' '- The contest is close and it is yet unde cided who is elected. 'J, Kkntuckt Congressmen The follow ing are the Congressmen elect in Ken tucky: First District H. C. Burnett, Dem. Second District Samuel O." Peyton, democrat ; , Third District W. L. Underwood, Know Nothing. Fourth District A. G Talbott, Dem. Fifth District J. II. Jewett, J)em. . . Sixth District J. M. Elliott, Dem., ' Seventh District Humphrey Marshall, Know Nothing. '?:: v" ' . ;v ; Eighth T)istrict James B. Clay, Dem. V Ninth District-J6hn C. Mason, Dem. Tenth District John W. Stevenson, Democrat. . ' : : , . . J Democrats 8; Know Nothings 2. Third ballot Bowen; 24, Sutliff, 186, Nash, 97. - Mason, 63. Mr. Sutliff of Trumbull, was then declared unanimously nominated. . . . . Treasurer of .State A". P. Stone was nominated without opposition? , Secretary of State. James H. Baker of Ross, 116; Wm. H. Wilson of Darke, 64; Addison P. Russell of Clinton, 110; J; A. Blair of Muskingum, 75. '. . Second ballot Blair, 1 27 ; Russell, 223. The nomination was then made unan imous. :. ... . . ... . . Mr. Blikensderfer was, on motion, de clared, the nominee for Board .of Public Works. . .-;':,Vv,'' We will give the platform next week. Death of Ex-Secretary Dobbin, t James C Dobbin' of North Carolina, the Secretary of the Navy tinder the late Administration, is dead Fourmofiths have hardly passed since General Pierce's Government was in the ascendency , at Washington,and yet ; two of" its distin guished members the Secretary of State, Williom L. Mary, and the Secretary of the Navy, James C.;. Dobbin are no more. Death has, indeed, made sad hay oc with the members of that Administra tion. Mr. Dobbin was formerly a distin guished member of Congress from North Corolina and a prominent? member of the National Convention which nominated General Pierce , for the Presidency. - He received some votes for the .Vice Presi dency at the Convention which; in this city in June, 1856. He was a moderate and conservative Southern man, warmly attached to the Union, and was possessed of considerable talent. . His age must have been about fifty years. Cincinnati- En How Much has it CostP. How much has "poor bleeding Kansas" cost Ohio?, asks an exchange. ..' :. It has cost her near, a million . of dol lars stolen while the "attention of her people was directed to Kansas 1 It has cost her tens of thousands more, wrung from her, by lazy, worthless dema gogues, during the last campaign, . under the pretence of assisting the needy in that unfortunate Territory, but which was used by those villains In their Own corrupting schemes 1 . . , ... . ;r , , It has cost her a long -and dlsgracefu" session of the Legislature! V- . It has cost her. a two. years' qnarre with those who differed with her inter assumption -of the right to take care of the affairs of-other people! . .. It has cost her much of her good tern oer, and almost all of her good,name I. And. finally, it has filled her offices with men "distinguished" for a ymasteriy inca: pacity and dishonesty." SenecaA.dver user. , ... ; : x MARRIED On th 6th inst., by Rev; A. McCormiok, Mr. William P." Bbows and Miss SABiH E. Evan's, all tf Monroe county. ' BOOKS! BOOKS!! S TP ATIORE ELY; i 't ; 4 Window,? ISlindo '.-.ri t'r-:-ii '.:i.tay'.--"-r.' AT WHEELIISTG -PKIGS I CHE nndersigned iaTe just' opened hTOCZ v STORE in VYoodsfield, in tne room former : r occupied by.the Journal ; T'wher tber have a well selected variety of "' ... i i'' . SCHOOL, BOOKS n-Z: McGuffey's. 'SpelUrwi.'v ;--r; ;;" McGuffey's Readers, . " , ; ; Ray's Arithmetics,,- i.' ' '' ry' Pinneo's Grammars, 1 r Willards Histories, &6,' &e." Comprising all the- books7 adopted t r tb ' Teachers' ; Association, : tdgether with . xoaar. . others: , :" ;..,--,s.rv:;- x-, - ' MACAULAY'S, ' w'. -VA. , - ? BANCROFT " - r ' . . , , . PRRSCOTKJ. 4 '- and other histories..' Also a variety of biogra phies and aato-b'iographies : :. "' : ; MISCELLANEOUS W0R3 From splendid morocco-bo and gilt-edge&Uas -- tratea quarto, isiDies, down to the most xutlam twenty-fire cent novel 2. - f , . ' .. s-ijr. ALBUMS, ' .1::...:--..:. .v.r, - , ' gift books aud"; v,;; : I w c1; toy booC v - in the greatest tariety." Bat call and sea lfco they can t be enumerated. ' - : ' . S T.A;T I O iN B R Y Including all styles and varieties of paper ttvm the most common cap to the most highly fta- BLANK-BOOKS," - - ' - : - INK STANDS, v' 'yr-:r .' PEN HOLDERS, i -'i ' J ' V j.-r t;.'- ' PENCILS,'- x v : .... - ,::y:-:;-::"Tiz, and numberless" other' etceteras, to tedious V& mention. : V v . ia print fr aud magnificent silver pitchers that could be produced from the manufactory of E. & D. Kinsey, of antique model, with slight chasing of the borders and handle, bear ing the following inscription: ; " . A TESTIMONIAL OF GBATITUDE TO ' . CHASE, SALMON P. T7j.7E EXPEQT TO OABRT THE ' r:" STATE, THIS FALL. .. lilt is a fact well known that there were Xiypefsons in "almost every neighbor ' hood" who "voted for Fremont, ' influenced bV. the-constantly.reneatcd assertion of the THE COLoked people of Cincinnati, : . l.epa,blicans, that if liucnanau was v Fof varioua public services in be " edSansas would certainly become a 6lave :y'ZtaXX-2tiej cUimedVth'fti as the' great Measure' of tfie Republicans i was the free " ion 0("kaEsaV('tlw Section of their can ; didate.wonid jbe a: tacit consent to slavery ta Kansas. Iiaboring undfcr this impres .' ;.: x.AmAlV-rnf.'rnan linnearlv everv stump. -The Convention seemed to ap preciate the necessity of bringing out fresh candidates on this occasion, and through all the struggle of faction this was accom plished, v ,y .-' -'V'," - ' .The Democrats of Ohio are hopeful of success in October, and not without cause. The Republican party,, in all departments of State, has failed to satisfy the people. The General ' Assembly wa3 a . : v : Nebraska Election. The telegraph reports Fcrgnson Chief Justice of the Territory, elected a Delegate to Congress. - The vote stood: Ferguson r - ':. ; ,Tbayer ... : ; . . K . 1,309 Chapman . i; . - i '.- - 1,114 , ; Bankin . .. ; . . , - - 1,040 One county to hear from which cannot one-idea change the result. The Chaseites in Convention. The followers of Chase held a Conven tion yesterday, at Columbus, which went through the forms of renominating their Abolition chief, together, with candidates for the.other State offices, according to the programme which had been prepared weeks and t months ago by the canning intriguer, who is so efficiently hoodwink ing and deluding the respectable white people of this State into the support "of his Abolition and negro-equalization ideas. This Convention, from all we can learn, was a flat failure, there not being half the number Of delegates present that attended the first Convention which presented Chase to the people of Ohio two years ago. The only life and spirit exhibited by it were exerted by the presence of the venerable old .monomaniac, Joshua. R. Giddings, who was called, as he declared, to be pres- - . ':M Ant. hv a ftnecial inspiration t)f God. -t- Old )n, late . . , nv, ,.jf j. ; : SCHOOL BOOKS - SCHOOL BOOKS ' . - :, .v i i V l SCHOOL BOOKS POETICAL WORKS POETICAL WORKS ' POETICAL WORKS : r.-1 i , SHAKSPEARE, BYRON, MILTON, . TOUKO, POPE, GOLDSMITH, WORDSWORTH, BURNS, COWPER, SCOTT, HEMANS, KIRK WHITE, TUPPER,- COLERIDGE, HO WITT, HOLMES, LONGFELLOW, SIMMS, SAKE, TAYLOR, &c KANE'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION , .v . KANE'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION V ; KANE'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION AUTOBIOGRAPHY OK CARTWRIGHT f- AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CARTWRIGHT I , AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CARTWRIGHT .. LIFE OF WASHINGTON . - ' . LD?E OF BOONE, LIFE OF FRANKLIN ' : LIFE OF BLACKHAWK . ; v; LIFE OF JACKSON .. ... ' t, T LIFE OF BENNETT : &0., &0J &O.. &0. ' . All for sale at Wheeling prices at the Woods- field Book Store, v, - - .-.: August 19, 1857. . ; -.;.:. ; , COVERLET AND CARPET an extensive variety of patterns aia M. Any book, any pattern of wall-piper ..' . jy- thing else in our line that we may not e '. V hand, we can procure on short notice ii i der is left. . ' ' .' ' :". S - J::, " Wheeling Retail Prices is all w trill ask' khowiugly . for any'" arti'ce. WILLIAMS & AHCKZZ' Aug. 5, 1S57 tf. 55.j.Mtf!'i:.; The new.aml fast raMlc; MtV l Gid held forth to the Chaseites in his old tOCTty, who-heartily despised the fanati 1 . f Wa ' "R pfthbliean : party, and who 'y ; are stauufch; believers' iii the cardinal prtn ' I' : ,1 iplea peeoaticparyjyoted for - rrejafint -That . . humbug has exploded. . , V Etea'Oreele'y; the Barnnra of politicians, 5' ; v. wtievVr-abanti x '".last dolfaVis'6qu"eezedVut"of it; sow says be' always tnewf Kansas, would ; be a free SttTJvosands -of :the wen thus Je eeived will return to theDemocratic party. 48rli"beBCcondr thought of many lu w&'Jtf&t enjrjfli State's to determine' for themservel'.thsquestipn of slavery j ha8 ; etZsstcfe&iheift of -its justice. The deci ' ' lion of the highest judicial tribuual in the V' .' 'wonfiaVHonWioutei uota! little tp tring ' lag! meaHo this J conctusjon. JTheu the " i;3l"'!Ta;tvo4 party has adopted a measure -ap. i Jie' people have endorsed it, and when V - TV.? Supreme court has decided that k'iiViiatnjaitra is nnconsiitu'tlonal- and vrong, it would be jiittle urapge li any ruui. mc.muov wi. firriedlKnatics. ehould,, be.L. found oppps V.Illi bciideaTl? thri; vVho is willingto : UTl Ibatihl peSpTe'of Ohio are going . t? t a orst the jvrctched doin'gs of the Tate - V-! 'ature.t . Or. who 'believes : that the F' - Myvitttf tilt admiiiistralionof tfc ''"pVry Saimon-th'e ' Governor who , t.,.d 10U.OOO men to Jhiisasr ana wli!Ordid'ad:yise'B rotten City Bauk of Cin r 1' half of the oppressed,' and particu 1 ' v larly for his eloquent advocacy . 1 ; ; ' of the rights of Man, in the . s.i!"case' of Samuel Watson, : ' ;; " "Who was claimed as a ; ' ' . "fugitive" 'slave. . 1 ' ;V. ' February, 12, 1845, . . ,. ;. fThis presentation was made for services rendered in a case of one Henry Jloppess, a passeuger. on Jhepteamer Ohio , Belle, who had with him a" slave Samuel , "Wat son who escaped while' the boat was at the Ianding, and beingfound was reclaim ed by.Hoppess and lodged in the. watch- housej as a fugitive , from .labor, for; the purpose of being taken before a magistrate in order to obtain a certificate for; his re moval under the act of Congress ofl793. ; A writ of habeas corpus was issued, . and II oppess required to show , cause, for the deteotion of Watson.. : la this case Mr. Chase made himself, conspicuons, ,. and earned the high testimonial of African far vor,'bicU was bestowed on him by- the African church. Ta the presentation Bpcech of his negro, friend, Chase made a grand response, irom wnicn we, tanx iue followiiig extracts: ; X.; --; ;; ; ,"I embrace, with pleasure, the opportu nity of r declaring my , disapprobation of that clause of the Coustitutton which de nies to a portion of the colored people the riffht of suffrage. True Democracy makes no inquiry about the color of the sain or place of nativity, or any other similar cir cumstance of condition! - Whenever it sees a man, it recognizes a being endowed by his Creator with : original inalienable rights. ' In communities of men it recog nizes no distinction founded on mere ar bitrary will, I regard, therefore, the ex elusion of the colored people, as a body, from the elective franchise, as iucdmpatU ule, with-our Democratic principles. am aware that this exclusion is . effected by a constitutional provision; and purpose ao action against the Constitution; But, whenever a convention shall be called to revise that ihsjtrnment, I trust 'that this anti-suffrage restriction will be expunged. It Ib; 1 in fac V : already as ridiculous and im practicable as n ls .wcong. m theory." body, that took far more interest in the political movements of Kansas than in the government of our own Commonwealth. It did but little good and a great deal of harm, and its sins of omission and commis sion are piled up mountain high; and can beasedwith great advantage by their adversaries. . -.': ... - , - , ! The same, may be said of the Execu tive.: Gov, Chase, while ready at a .mo meats warning to aid a conflict between the State and federal authorities,: has suf- Every .one of the above candidates ran as Democrats. .There are no fusionists or fusion papers in that country. - .":-. ETHIOPIAN", CONCERT. TIHE undersigned is engaged In weaving Coverlets and Carpets of every style and variety, at the following rates : Coverlets, per pair, $5,00 or 2,50 each for three or more Coverlets all Woven without seams. Caepets Common 10 cents per yard, double chein 12 cents per yard. iS" Persons leaving their yarn at.Daven Boanergian style, on the equal rights of port's Store, Woodsfield will have their Cov- neornna with wh UPS and the OUtV OI ail "lolB lotuimn unin , - .. , ..... - negroes wita. wmtes, ana vue uuty RColori done ln the best possible good men to receive ; iuem hi. 8tTie. .. . CHARLES BRUNKR, sides. In their pews, in tneir bcuoois, "u Mutossbuko, Aug. 19,1857 3m. ,'- b7&'& FIVE CENTS REWARD V, delegation, exchanged knowing wioks, and T3ENJAMIN MEAD, an apprentice to the un. winced somewhat under old uios very UD,ais". ",'uu;tr -Y-.W6-u j . ' j or consent. The undersigned therefore warns broad proposition. ; , ., . y ; persons against trusting or harboring said But the stout veteran had some oiai apprentice, and will give five cents reward to o-rndo-ps aerainst the DolitlCians Who were anyone who will return him. t O D . . . . . .1 ' - ' . . rptrrtlT A a TT k UTTT TftM onlvridine Abolition as their nobOy. ana - .-. , . f'. the way he scored them for thus making merchandise of the poor images of . God In . . - NOTICE. The Black Eepublican Convention. At lOo'clockrA. M, the Convention ebony would have delighted brother Jolliffe XTTHERBAS my wife; Maria Kernan,left my assembled at the Theatre, when Mr. Den nisbn. of Columbus, called the body to or der, and moved that Harrison B. Blake, of Medina, act as chairman. Mr. Blake was Bpink was thee, nom- and other true blue radical, out-and-out Y V bed and Wd, without any just cause nrit rxn banf? frfn fered, from sheer negligence, the treasury I jnate(j, but declined, not being a delegate: of the State to be plundered of a'large sum of money.. Had he exercised the surveil ance that is, his, duty, the huge leak in the treasury would have , been stopped ; long ago. He has, to' be sure, made several very handsome after-dinner speeches but that seems to be ( the only department , in which he has . given satisfaction. , These facts the total failure of the Republican General Assembly as a reform legislature, the startling developements in the treas ury department and the very silly attempt of the Republican press to 'shield Gibson behind Breslin have had great tendency to dispirit the Republican organization, and render them powerless in the approach ng canvass. ... . k ... ! " - tSjT Nearly all the Black Republicun Senators and members of the nouse of Representatives : of the last Legislature are in attendance on the Black, llepubli can Convention. If they and the canal employees."" soperintendants collectors, waste-weir keepers, weighers,. &c, were out of it, there would be little but empty seats. : 'Wonder if the latejegislators, the smellers especially, do' not miss the '$1 per diem ? Statesman. O. P.' BcOwn," .'of 'Portage,' was there, but he was not nominated. U. o. Hamilton, nf MrrSviHfli : was on hand, but : he had friends in enlightened Cheesedom or bhase other fish to fry. . (It has been suspected dom Ohio's rpfoud Senator, the Balfour that BroWo was after thatballance in the Barley ornegroism, Vade, blew his sonor- Joeiaregory.ndothJrs.J frm -the Court Treasury,' (Smeller's,and Hamilton to pay ous blast" . for negfo.righta......... Common Pleas of ??nt.0 towit:' ' -v: C,', - back the7 $4 which he drew for the Suaday ; With" such speeches,: and, doubtless, a offer for P ,Thenor Wesfauarterot tha , back tne 4 wnicn ne arew tor ine ounuuy , ,wi(ou B , --r"--- do0 bf the0OIirt house, in the town of Woods- intervening, between the close of bis du- negro song or .two irom xom roru,.tue in 8aid county between tlxtt houn ctttn tiQ Senator'. " Several other distin- shoeless orator and perspiring patriot, and I O.olook a. m., and four o'clook p. M., on - ; cuisbed members of the late Senate and trom otners 01 tnia , uuequ saturaay, mezwaayosveptemocr, ea8t qoarWr of secUon thirty-s,of Cir Tnn!P of ILenresentativeB. wereDresent. rimiuiJiuu . Fmmui r"" """"'"6 - - townsnip ana range. - . ; . . , 3 . - - . - Hftved the vexatious business Of selecting in the county aad State, aforesaid to wit Gauuard's Majoeity. The majority of Colonel Garrard, Democratic candidate for State Treasurer in Kentucky, will range somewhere between twelve aud fif- teen thousand. : ' "' : - ; ' . Ohio' Penitentiauy. There are 647 prisoners in the Ohio Penitentiary at the present time, the greatest .number ever known to be confined within the walls at any one time,; .v? v. ' v ;-: :" 1 oriirinal Libei'ty men. ; tie of . freedom, from that region where so much unrequited: love is lavished upon "Sambo" who, gay 'Lothario as he is, nrsfprs to lintrer in resions where he has the fewest admirers, rather than trust him- self to the, warm "embraces of. his adoring to trust her on mv account, as I am determin ed to pay no debts of her contracting' V :, -: : -: i John. kernan. , : August 19; 1857 3w.pd. . , :hU : ; SHERIFF'S SALE ..i -ji COURT OF COMMON PLEA3, MONROE COUN ,Tl, OHIO. Guernsey Branch of the. : ; State Bank of Ohio," ' vs. BY virtue of a writ of venditioni ex ponas to me directed Captain CHARLES. BOOTH, Is foe- Uj -regularjy: between "jk . Wheeling & Parkersburg. :7: ' V " She leaves iWheeling,'eerT-- llondsr, Wednesday 'and - Friday' -afc" : 10 o'clock A. M., and Parkersburg every Tuesday, j Thursday and Saturday' at 6 o, clock A. .21., . : For freight or passage apply on bcifa.- . Aug. 5, 1857. -;r-;rr:r:v:;i State of . Oliio, Monroe County. COURT OF COMMOIT " ' T.' " 1 - Olivia Martin, T fpHff saldX:. I .t, L.'-i ; : against- -v --Martin,? whoso -place f . Briggs Martin. ') residence is unknown, is Lor-' A by notified, that on the twenty-fifJ day of yj . 1857, 'the plaintiff Olivia Martin, .filed ia tie, oflSce orthe Clerk of said Court, her petia praydkg for divorce and artmOny against defendant, alleging for cause extreme, erctctjr and wilful absence for .more than three j-. ja,.; .. Said suit will, be for trial at the next O' Hrr term of said Court.' ..: , : ..; ' ARCHBOLD & RICHARDCCTT, V", ; - ": vl f " ,- ; Att'ya for PUiit, t ' August 12, 1857 w.. ,-: -k-'xV'-- ; - GUARDIAN'S SALE.. C- -, - BY Tirtue-.'of an order to me direc theJ Probate 'Court oi Monroe . t 1 j Ohio, on ;t;H:h-: i-i, t ?.. ji -.t'!?.: SaUtrday, the $2d day of Auipiit, 1 i between the hours of ten o'clock, A. U. t 1 four o'clock, P. M.: on the premises tir ' : after described,.-1 will offer fr salt at r --a" auction, the following described tract f T'i :; situate In-Wayne township, in said eour' ' j wit ?. , if .-'A .-a, . -: V r ' The north east quarter bf thesoz'. t i' '. ; quarter, of section 32, in township 4 ani 5, containing 27 acres , mora or loss. 1.. made known on the day of sa!e.V '--':-v'y':.Vv-N.;f..f Guardian-'Of Stephen X.V '.-'" ' -July 22,18B7v, 1 ... .SHERIFF'S SAIJ3.: ". S , BY virtue of four writs tt venditioni z ,J i tome directed from the Court of Cc 13 Pleas of Monro County,"Ohio. I ws'l r ' ",'; sale at public an atloh, "at the front du r i" court house, la the: town of WoodnC', . ' ' oonnty, between the hour of ten ocl;" ' ' , V and four o'clock P.. M,t on gi" v : Saturday, tne 22a day of August, I . t the following described tracts of land r" .' ; 3 : quarter of seotion thirty, J v tow: of range four-. : ' " f i K'' ' ". Also, the : north west., quarter. 9! t t- and - V . , , - ; , - . T,a' l,ftlf of the south east ouarter of Francis ' Jobson of Hamilton county, irom - tne, inuumeraoi uuruc w """ii'J' Section twenty-one (21J townshipfive (50 ad mo ved that David Heaton, of Butler coun- patriots who love not oamoo less, range six (6 ) conuining oighty-one acrea and tv the Senator who undertook the con- Unit spoils more tnose wno uiuj 00 uiosi eieven hnndreatns, more or less. kj, mo kjvu w . 1 : .v;.rmnD esmAo. I . inni-mwH t hm vn hundred dollars.. . 1 i m tiiA i onrorrii:H iii i.iif. iiii uuicl auvaw k, w 1 - 1 w - r traci to ouiia a b vy u 'rTXZ 'li r ?tif?n Taken in . execution and levied m at the woman who cut her cnua's taroat, outuas u 0... - wot .nmnlAt.! th tfilr hfl nnnointed and negro elevation. This being done, UVV J V - J . . X" r - T - I T ' . m 1 . t . temporary chairman, -and he was. . . mo umcuuuu jvt.f Mr. "Heaton (a nice-looking gentleman, tain resoiuuuuo Ficpolc j who has recently written a letter decli- bus regency aiaea oy tue iuim-3,rCC. lawyers, wim . wuuucuui ew (rov suit of the Slate Bank , of Ohio against', Joel Gregory and others. - ' , . WILLIAM READ, Sheriff, Aug. 19. $3 75 Jlfonroe County, O.'.- wnship ana Tange. Taken in execution and levied on Ja ta case of Ohio for use against Andrew T7- r ana outer. ': ;C '- "a . - Also, three writs In the essa ,.r T t Walton's administrator against ' " ' v. ; ; .ai ,-a; -.. :u.-- VILLIA , 1 " '; July 23, $3 75 Eh?-" .T. C ; 1 ninir a re-election, for tin excellent reason "doubts" "doubts,") took the chair. For Secretaries, Messrs. JohnK. Qreen (who was not nominated to a favorite office by the ethiopians of Hamilton,) ,Wm. Ry der fPiqua Register,) 11. T. iirown 01 Athens, and Isaac Hazlett of Stark coun ty, (who didn't sit down at table with the . - The usual committees were appointed. : As there was plenty of time to spare and a delicious dullness seemed to prevail that bad a tendency to somnolency, it Avas proposed to be enthusedbj aittle of Ben. F. Wade's thunder the Black Republi can U.S.Senator. . ne covortetl away for a pleading with artfur evasiveness, ambi guity and deceit, "and ; full of false and demagogical ' appeals to the fanaticism and other passions of the mongrel herd that follow Chase as madly and blindly and to like disastrous ' results as the monomaniacs of the middle ages pursued the gaunt form of the more honest; but not less reckless and audacious; Peter the Hermik-r Cin. :Enquirer.iyl l :r : - v J Thb Fall Teadb. The newspapers! are beginning to predict an active fall trade. . The speculation in wild land has received a check, and plentiful crops will considerable period longerthan some of the put the farmers m possession of,means to k-.u. wuh-rf rf vhflusted several thin be a customer tQ.the merchant and manu- hrAfhren wlshed.and exhausted several thin who made tracks for the factum, r : ; v v- ":. Legal Notice.- 1 rARTHA A, WRIGHT, wife of Joseph Wright JX of the State of Virginia, will take notice that on the 17th day of July, A. D. 1857, Joseph Wright filed in the office of the Clerk of the Coart of Common Pleas, in and. for Monroe County, in the State of Ohio, his petition for Divorce, whioh is now pending in said Court. Causes for Divorce set forth in aaid-petition gross neglect of duty and wilful absence for more thaii three years, on the part of said Martha A; Wnebt. ' '----: 'Said petitiou wilt be forbearing at the Octo ber term of said Court, 185f . Tha said Martha x Wi-itriit. will also take notice, that on Wed nesday, the first day' of October, 1857, at the house of Thomas Ferrel, In Uniontown,' Bel mont .County, Ohivbetween the hours or Six h'olock, A. M., and six o'ctocay: r. wio pew tioner will take the depositions of witnesseg to be read in evidence on the hearing 01 saia peu- tion. GEO. W. DUKA.KK, ; t : ..: : Att'y (or. PetiUonor. ; '.: July 22, 1857. Cw. , . -T- i '- MASTER COMMISSIONED T," & S. Nesmlth, "i - Ephraim Weston, tt aL Court -.- , i Ptajwor-. ,a ; v.-'; Stat or I BY virtue of said mandate on.TI.c- as, . THE 27th DAY OP AUGUST, 157, 4 1 f door of the oourt house;- in sail ttc " .. . tweenthe hours of ten o'clock, Aillt- . . "V o'clook P. M. on sajd day, I will oCer f.r t. k. '. . at public auction, the following describe! estate, situate in said county, to wit t , v - Lot number fire in the town daringtoa, v .. a ' " . the Improvement Uiereon.-fHrfi Julr 22, 18S7- Clarlnstbn Lodge. Ho SiC : : - preoedina the Inll moon in eaca momui . . -. t T. niiWWAD TOST - IT . W;T. Hoan, S.W, Jambs Kisruiis, J". W. Petbb Wajb, 8.D. - Cam. Bicnvr, J. P. O. S. ThohjvT J. W. How.xii, ' J.'T. Uobkixx, tvJf'rr 'A is i !1 :? ::i :3 ? : ".