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:::JANrARY, 13, mi.
. ; iron rKSsiDSNT,
; $y TkeVkio and Buckeye Slate hare
ur thants for river paper. Tb Hibernis
bat alao reminded ua with Mc's utual gen
erosity.. ;, ',
. , , v
ftOOjuo Legislature', cc .Tho pro-
cetdinjjs of thia body have bean received
for tfee Cm two Uyt, but nothing of Im
portance haa aa yet taken place. The offi
cers elect aie aa follows:
Scnati Josh W. Wilson, of Seneca.
Prvaident pro. tern. ' .
t; Charles B. Flood, of the Ohio States
" man, Clerk.
'RcriM Watson, of Knox, Serpeant-at-"
IIoVsb James C. Johksok, of Medina,
Maiilom II. HIkdabv, (Saul's brother)
'cierk. ; ;;. : .7 I
."" J. J. Uobi!so:, of Tutcarawus, Sergeant
It wilt bo seen how Sunt Mt dury gets his
pels Into the offices through which the print
ing passes.' Great country this.
G-Governor's Message. Gov. Wood's
Message hus bten received. It is longer
than President Fillmore's, although the
, United Stair a is a n ucb larger country than
i the Siato of Ohio. We will give it, and
vur opinion of it, if there is room enough
for both nxi week if not, we will give
ir y lo the Govt rnor.
RAILROAD MATTERS,' i
We continue this week" our extracts (rom
various papers relative to the projected line
of railroad from Hillsborough via. Piketon,
Jackson, and Pomeroy to Pnrkersburg
This line is exciting great interest every
where. The strongest efforts are making
and will be made by the towns and counties
interested in the Marietta road, to crush this
line', and the people interested should awake
at once to the Imponancj of the subject.
Thai this la the true line for a Baltimore
connection, there is no longer any doubt in
the minds of practical men and we call
upon our citizens to be up and at work.
We have no extracts this week from our
neighbor of the parenthesis (the Marietta
Intelligencer)-' ihe weather being intensely
cold we fear hit gasometer has frozen up.
The iron horse will be up for exhibition to
tho infant Boston, in about two years, but
the canvass will be erected "(in Meigs.)"
Let our Vinton friends lake a map of
Ohio, and draw a block mark along the Hue
above indicated, as near as may be. It will
not pass MroiAiFinojt. Acain it will not
pass through Ross " county. ; Thirdly : it
looks like a kite flving project ; and fourth
ly, it will, not pass anywhere very soon.
not true, either on the general principle of
society, or by our Constitution, wkicu gives
thai power to Congress alote, and not to the
citizens individually. '- Then the firs! posi
tion was not true; and no citizen Das a rtgnt
to go to war of his own authority; and for
what he does without right he ought to be
punished. Indeed, nothing can be more ob
viously absurd than to say that all the citi
zens may be at war' and yet the nation at
,. iT Mechanics' Libiui.y Association.
'Hie meeting of , this association on last
Tuesday evening, was well attended and
the preliminary steps taken to organize
the society. There was a goodly number of
. uides In attendance to listen to the lecture
which was deiivt rrd according to announce
tneut ns to its merits we must be excused
, from expressing any dtcided opinion, as
. the gentlriiiuit who delivered it might take
T. A. Pi.ami, Efq.. will lecture this eve
. ning, and we can safeN promise that those
. who attend will bo richly repaid.
By the lye. we would jusi inform the gentle
men of Pomeroy that thu ladies have passed
, a resolution that they will attend every night.
, and, expect that If you will not go with
them jou will at least stay at homo in a do
, mvstic capacity, while they are absent.
, Which will you chooset
To t There are now about ninety shares sub
.tnribeaVand the list increasing. Keep the
.good work moving ahead.
(Qr The Iocs to the Pomeroy Coal Coin
1 pany by the recent break up in the Ohio,
will exceed six thousand dollars.
We bog leave to differ with Bro. Ely's
opinion; for we look upon it as being
work of so much importance to the citizens
of Cincinnati and Baltimore that they would
unaided by the citizens on the line, build the
road sooner thnn hove the project fail ; but
we trust a spirit of liberality will be found
among the people all along the line, if the
woik is undertaken and our faith that it
will, and that speedily, amounts almost to
assurance. . In the mean time, we hope our
" Bee-Lino friends will take things calmly
lor what cm i be cured, must be endured.
Piketon Journal. '
If that road tho Marietta and Cincinnati
Railroad. never be mace ol which unlor
nate issue, however, we have not any the
slightest anticipation Chillicothe will nev
or have a railway connexion with any east
em or western town, simply because it is
the only "luiudinal" road which any set of
men hus even the remotest idea of construct
ing through the county. Scioto Gi telle.
True ; but still Chillicothe might build
Side-Cut and connect with our road at Pike
ton! I hen you would be in connection
with ''all the world and the rest of mankind
- Seriously, we are inclined to think that
the Parkersburgh and Hillsborough road is
the only one that will be soon constructed
between the eastern ana western cities.
The construction of only about 140 miles
of road on this line will enect the object, and
it is reported to be one of the beil routes in
tho Stuto. Piketon Journal
KOSSUTH AT BALTIMORE.
Kossuth delivered an address la the hall of
the Maryland Institute, Baltimore, on Saiur
day evening. We take from It the follow
ing passages, having reterence to his one
idea of intervention In the affairs of Europe :
"Men secluded from intercourse would be
like the silk worm.' It shrouds itself op
within its self-woven house, but it cannot
remain forever there. It must creep out.
But wnen it creeps oui, u aoes it oniy w uie.
Cheers. I Kven so nauons. secluded they
could not remain forever. Once their own
necessity would force them to creep out.
but then they would only do so to die.
"It is therefore, 1 say, that every nation
is under the necessity of mutual intercourse
with other nations; and there ii must have
what we call a foreign policy that Is, a
rule regulating and also promoting the na
lure of this intercourse, so as to become
subservient to the moral and material inter
ests ol us own country. But you will per
haps obiect to me, that you have a foreign
policy ; you have such a decisive rule ; and
that is the principle not to meddle with
ropean - concerns not to care about the
condition of Europe. Well, this is the pot
icy of the silk worm ; that is, when the en
tire foreign policy is summed up, It results
in not having any loreign policy at all.
"What is wanted so that Hungary may
become free T Non-interference of .Russia
And what is wanted to this 1 Nothing, but
that the people of the United States become
conscious that it is a power on earth that
true to the essential principles of its very ex
isience, it become the executiue power
the guardian of the laws of nature's God-
is raisins its gigantic arms in a command
ing attitude, shout out with a thundering
voice, 'Halloh. ho ! Russian bear, keep
back I Czar, . hands off ! Let the brave
Magyars fight their own battle, and have
fair play. IN aver will there be a more Im
portant opportunity for you to show that
you are a power on eartli ; never to impart
a greater benefit to humanity at a cheape
piice; never there was or will be a lofiiea
glory to be had in an easier way. Glory
was long enough attached to the word con
quest and oppression make It your happy
lot to attach it in your: annals to the word
liberation of the world.
"Never fear a war. xou will have no
war. England will join you in ihe glorious
policy. It will if you envito it, ' and pro
nounce in time. The people of England
will cheerfully lake your brother hand! mo
noble an aim. l have seen me people oi
Southampton, Winchester, London, cum
incham. and Manchester. I know how
they feel, and how ready they are lo'joi
ernment, not to
tizens, and not
property or pri
v THE RAILROAD.
Fur a few days past the subject of Rail
roads has afforded an interesting jhemeof lh'J0 of ,he United States. And there
conversation among our citizens. The sub- . La .M.,.in -hinh ! Hp !
ject has heretofore occupied the attention ol tft r(!Comnnd ,0 VOur attention, gentlemen.
tins con.muti.iy, out being outnumbered by Thal . own commercial Interests
our nognoortaoove ma, oeiov, a sp.ru oi aes- Dur, ,0 American, struggle for. In
FURTHER KEWI FT THE CAMBRIA.
Among the rum , sd causes of Lord Pal-
merston's reslgnaf a is a Cabinet difficulty
on an abstract qu ,:0nof the French Revo-
ution. The m; t ry, however, is not like
y to bo rers;'r -fsrs the meeting of Par
liament. . r ;. 2ft i - , V -'-' V
The iron hir?kf John Barclay, Buchan
to Levert of GIo' "ow, had suspended pay
menu ' Their liotiliiies were 70.000. .
Quarlea Banna &i Sons, engaged In the
Oporto trade, baj failed for 80,000.
Many of the Imprisoned deputies have
been set at liberty.. ; , , , .
There were vaiiou speculations in regard
to the new presi law shortly to be promul
gated. Ii was generally supposed that each
journal would hate to deposit a sum of mo
ney with the Garernmont as security for
its good behavtori ' ' ;
The rules to M Uid down for the govern
stent of the press are, hot to attack the gov
' sxclte hatred among tho
b interfere iu the rights of
ita family matters. Each
offence Is to be tnishedby fine and impris
The correspoJdeni of ihe London Globe,
writing from Firis under date of the 26th
ult., says it is rjmored that soma matarial
changes will iaje' place when the govern
ment shall hatfe been pronounced legal by
the vote of tMjpeople. ;
The Uounijde Montelambert la spoken
of as likely twftjrm a part of the new Cab
inet, and that lyhe port folio of public in
structlon will 11 confined to him. '
The Bank oi) England has resolted to re
duce the rate of interest on Government
securities frompj to 2 per cent. ' ' ' ;
A privy council was held at Windsor Cas'
tie, Friday, 2&h, when her Majesty appoint
ed the Right fen. Ear! Granville, to be one
of the principal Secretaries of State.
The return of many Irish emigrants to
is attracting considera'
Ireland. It appears that
a . a
ons in regard to America
weir nmive cofcritry.
ble attention In
have not, in rnWiy instances, been realized
The Irish, col
a ground of he
li the event, and regard it as
he for the future.
Lit., the Queen of Spain was
still continues to engross, the
ranch people to the exclusl
jecis. Louis Napoleon
bmphant, and it Is probabl
exceed that of 1848.
The poll in siXjtyight departments, though
incomplete, gate . 6,045,000 yeas, against
600,000 nays. 1 '
A telegraph 6path of the 26ih ult.,gife8
iflB lBt otgmg?w aepanmena, fa wiiico
6,011, 000 ar& recorded yea, and 709,000 no.
On the 20th
delivered of 4!
minds of theFl
of all other lit'
his majority w
ol ution, that It is the wish of the Democracy
of 01 ib, that the' National Convention of
1856, bo held at Cincinnati, which was ad
opted. ; .V . ; v' . ..
The, Committee on permanent offiers,
made the following report, which was unan
imously adopted. , ' -
For President B. F. Letter, of Stark ;
one Vice President from each Congressional
District, and W.H.Gill, W.F. Wheeler,
Isaac Eaton, Halaey, W. H. Wallace, and
J. Flaker Secretaries.
. Mr. Leiter then look the Chair and re
turned his ihanks for the honor conferred
upon him. : ""' .c' '.
The Committee on Credentials reported
every county represented, which was accept'
ed..'" '; ; ' -'. ' --i
: Mr. Vallandlgham moved, that the Con
veniion now proceed to nominate a candi
date for Judge of the 8upreme Court; and,
a candidate for one Member for the Board
of Public Works, and on motion of Judge
Whitman, W. B. Caldwell, for Judge, and
J. B. Steedman, for Commissioner, were
nominated by acclamation.
Col. Morgan offered a resolution, that
William Allen, is the .first choice of the
Democracy of Ohio, for ,the Presidency,
He spoke in favor . of his resolution, . his
ipeech was wnll received, and was frequent
ly applauded during its delivery.
Attorney General MoCormack followed,
eulogising Col. Morgan, and denouncing
Louis Kossuth, as a humbug, which created
much ill feeling ; upon examination it was
lound that McCormack was not a delegate,
and the .Convention therefore . refused lo
hear him. ' : . .
Mr. Bennett, moved to lay Col, Morgan's
resolution on the table, for the present.
Judge Whitman opposed that motion, and
urged that a vote be taken upon it. He said
that if it was laid upon the table it would
not again be taken up.
At the request of Mr. Vallandigham, the
motion to lay on the table was withdrawn,
and he offered as an amendment to strike
out all after the word "Resolved," and in-
sen"that itis inexpedient for this Conven
tion to express any preference for any man,
as candidate for the Presidency, at this
Mr. Truman said he was opposed to the
amendment, and was in favor of an ex
pression of the convention on the matter.
He said it would be in conformity with
precedents of former Democratic Convex
lions, and that he
long enough in the country,, he would be
happy to accept their Invitation; but that he
was now under engagement to go West,
which hie gready desired to do, but he said
he- would advise them,- however, of his
movements, hereafter.."- - :
An interview between Kossuth -and Mr.
Clsy is to take place to-morrow, at the re
quest of the latter. .
II1GBLT IMPORTAIfTtUELEASE OF
TUB CUBAN PRlnONERSt
. What else Spain rosy be guilty of, the
world wll admit her magnanimity im the
prompt release of the prisoners who were so
unfortunate as to be engaged in the late Cu
ban invasion. The prompt reply, and the
equally pompi action In granting the request
ol Mr. Wibstee, must secure the respect of
every right minded, reflecting ciuzen.
X o Mr. Webstbe the highest praise is due
for the part he has acted in this affair. ' The
world will admit, and our people will yet
admit that bis great European reputation
consummate wisdom and , sound judgment,
have led us safely through this very serious
difficulty, and that no other living statesman
could have managed thti affair with such skill
and success. We rejoice that these prisoners
are released, and that this cause otexcite
ment is removed. We pity and despise the
demagogues that have used their utmost ex
ertions to prejudice the public mind against
the AdminUmauon lor their acts in thia busi
ess. ; .
We have an abiding confidence that under
the same wise influence all the causes ol im
ution with foreign nations that now appear
to exist will be removed, with equal honor
and credit to our country. Thanks, the
to the wisdom and statesmanship that have
produced this result, and have restored to
anxious friends the rash, unthinking youth
that forgot their duty and fell into the snares
of decievers and demagogues. OAio Stale
LOUIS NAPOLEON ;
Louis Napoleon is President, beyond
doubt, for ten years ; but the fear is, he may
be so much elated with his success, he ma
carry his hand to strong. If, however, he
can be surrounded by a legislature from the
peeple that ho will, respect, and. they give
him the support he will fairly need, the
country can go on prosperously, with ail the
dignity that is suited to the pride of a French
man. This country only requires a firm
Government, for the people will be content
ed with the form of a Republic, even ii
ruled by a semblance of despotism. No
matter what the name is, France must have
a large Army lo give confidence in peace or
war. It is to be hopeJ hereafter, that am
bitious politicians will be more prudent
Instead of pulling down, they should build
up the country. By their lolly, L.ouis IN ,
D1E, Oa the ?r.b ultimo, at his fewde neo
in Cox's Prairie, Jackson count, III., Mi. Ei-
Monthly CalendarJanuary, I85i
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IMnanTl mMt the 6th
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TuuDAf , J 13 20137
WsbicMB, r 71401128
Thummt, 1 8 16 22
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29 Full Moott. T. 1. Sa
new ooa ar, 3,QSii
itst Quarter 29.6.SA
'Full Moon Feb. ta.-
To the PnMlc ' l
ALL PERSONS aie hereby warned not to .
trust my soa loan Goitil, as I will ptv -
no debts of his contacting.
Jaauiry 0, 1862. w3pd.
GOODS SINCE TIIE FREEZE.
ANDY was in Cinsinntti when Jack Frost
brideed the Ohio, and had the advantage of
the grsat fall in prices which ensued, fie can be
found at his store on front street with a tpienoia
Tea, Coffee. Suear, Molasses, Spices, Candles,
4c, Ac, all in addition to his usual splendid
stock of Dry Goods. He will accommodate the
public so far as to exchange his goods lor cash.
Give him a call. ""r '' '
As a new year bas mat commenced. Andy would
like to commence business with square accounts.
Those indebted will please call and pay up;
and if Andt owes any one he is prepared to 'fork. . 4
uo things right.
O Kemembei the Sign of Umur Asar.
January IS, 1862. ' '
Petition to change the Name of Gnu
. ham Station-, -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that' a Peti
tion will be presented to the next Legisla
ture of Ohio, praying for a change in the nam
of Graham Station, Meigs county, to that of
Racine. - MANY CITIZENS.
November 30, 1831. n!9tf. t.
Boot and Shoe Store.
THE UNDERSIGNED has recently
opened in the town of Graham Sta
tion, on the corner of Main and Elm
streets, the cheapest and best assortment
of Ladiea and Gentleman's BOOTS AND SHOES,
perhaps, that ever was collected at any one placa
between the cities of Pittsburgh and Cinciunali,
consisting of forty different varieties, vis: '
Men a Uoarse f eg Boots;
Punty Boots; '
to The river is again full of ice but
thank fortune our paper is not out this time.
OrThe man who never took a newspa
per was in town this week, Inquiring who
Kossuth ws. We sent him to Rutland.
i: ; CO" AatHtra'a Home Gazettb. We have
, several limes commended the above paper
to the notice of our friends who desire good
reading and we take occasion again to say
j flow at the beginning of the new year, (o
i rry proper time to subscribe) that it is, in
our opinion, tho very best paper printed in
, the Union, It is always well rilled with in
ten sting mam r of the very highest utility,
and. breathing the most elevated moral sen
puiiucvj uu uu.u ui M,c pumit- iiiiuu, d epen(jence your avowed principle was
and many had come to the conclusion that 'li- to nllow a commercial intercourse to
Pibo iiimi tr tajnar ii MM!n wa IT ' ast I I C( ftf
. v..v - w .v.uu... n as in the siruCC ins Colonies, wet . wwram
But these gloomy forebobings are happily lhrM WM a lruo principl indeed. Now I The Engl!
disponed. A recent review ot a route trom h(la ,ho honor to ,eu ,oU ,nai we Magyars There
rarkershurg, V a., py Messrs. 1 rlmble, t a Us relol ved to fight our battle even if we stocks, and
nuu niurni, ula.u ... ruMij uc uioi m, e lJ fij.n, j, wi,j, our nallB DUt better IS I i There
practicable, and this route the distance from 0l. ' ,k.fnr ,k.i ih. rfriat n.l
Cincinnati to Bulimorc, is shortened some I ,.r Amorir-nn riiizAna furniahna to mat ' The bullion iu t Bank of England is
JJiu or nxly mice, i hese gentlemen, after h meani ,0 bo g0mewhat better provided 17,456,600. '..
w.ni,Ti..w...wsi.isaiHdM,a 0ur mere naila. Why ahould Beef was further pressed at Liverpool
l-koiiais than ihatf nniipinntn - a s . a . - . I
- - - . . not be nermtitea to ouy some snips duiii ati o.u - ... k., .u a.
7 ..!' wb iwiiwi tiioio TV am nu
OUI II more i pui upon uioiu ouino ui mtaiBi ,
1 funds closed at an advance.
loihing doing in American
Viiiens were nominal.
.little doing in Richmond
poleon may be indebted lor another tern., 0
ten years, and perhaps gel elected iJt
With all the difficulties France haa. had the
wished the delegation sixty years, sha is cenainlv ndvunciim
from Ohio to present an unbroken front in !n oarts r peace, and great improvement
the National Convention. . : -. r is ,rue sbo cannol boas, of so mucb wW in
v. O. Morion wa in favor of Mr. Vai- me few, but the masses are beues off.
ndigham's resolution; he said there was There is more wealth, and taxation, is more
tima to act in this matter, that thare Cneertuliy Dome, ihe elements; ot pros-
Id be many congressional and coumy P.' more poweriul than ever, bu or
mions, between thia and the eighth no lru. fftllI.jfllinn hnai8 ia tit,-,,
day ot nixt June, and consequently, abund- ael without a rudder, when tha bwicune is
anl lima larconsutl ' id reTatlon lO this ub-dver,and get a good headway on tUe wrong
: l : i- ,i y Ti' . ' . ..... i. .
J u.t v : , ' ...... I a ...tl, . i kl.
John M. Miller, of Knox, said he was a I
' . . I nnau will in ilm nvArcoma lhur tsoikb.'feS.
Rnnllv cAiilina Anwn nnnn n mmd ataiK ul
Uutchman, and that the Dutch Held the bal- .hjnC!, ad.Dled to the ideas of Frenchmen.
. .. n - -C-, r - - - f .
anceoi power; tnat this was the nral uon- who are ambitious ol being in Uovernntent
veniion under the new Constitution, and he different from other countries.' It Is of no
hnnt h m,M K tk. I... t nnmin., use to give thorn example ; they will not Ik
j-i' ii - .. ten to any; they will have their own way of
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com
i I I . . m I UUIUIIIVIV "
pany have adopted the til ishorough and .hUnderers from he founderies in Pittsburgh,
Uncmnail road as part ol their line. Ihe nr w..hinirton ; huw a lutla nowder
Tea hadslighily impved, . The Coffee
B , PtMOCSATW . NlTiONAt CoftVENT lolt.
I'f hecommiilce apMinied by the lasi Dttrn
o ocrailc National Convention, to fix upon tho
..tiiim and place for holding the next Demo-
H.cratic National Convention, met at Wash-
r ji gton.' on tho 1st inst., and agreed upon
Baltimore as the place, and tho 1st of June
(Tufsdav) as the lime. , V y '
'' An' 'eftor'ji' w'ai made to have ii held at'Cin-
east end ol tne road irom Baltimore west jn Wilmington to blow a tyrant up wiih, , or market was firm, but thV demand as uaual
i i j , " "J ' T7 T a loma leather or some cotton ot Jfours to Kuoa WM Iraa V
one hundred miles of the latter Dlace. and . ...j .... m i . wt.
ihe west end Irom Cincinnati, is now coin- .rmtuad to buv this. If Vou are
pleted as lor east as Hillsborough, and sey- wj,,jng w'sej , me, and j abl w pay the
ciai luiiMUiuioiio ui.uci wmiatfc . " I nrlnal llllinnra.l WhV not in.
Sugar was in good wound, at an ad
vance of 6d. per cwu'. ' - -
Trade at Manchester waJull,but prices
were steady. ; ..;.( j . ,.
BT TBI HOUSI HINTING TEWOf Af H.
OUIO S. JDEMOCB AT1C CONY MTION.
Colujisus, Jan. 5. The State Deiaocrai
' cinnaii, but without success.'
'j4s.'V$iveasALc CiacosAn advertlsemem
ly Dan Ric.epiwara in'ihe N. 0. Picayune
, of the S2nd ult., calling for the turms of a
( barter or purchaso of a steamer, tncarry an
entire Circus Troupe On a cruiie of two or
three years around South ' America lo'San
Francisco, thence v Aio uctuss the Pacific
.and home.; i ' ' ";. f. ' ,
..l'.. .,... 7! r. '' 7",f '
" Sahta An.na. Tno Ex Piesident of Mux-
icu, the world-oyer known . Sunta Anna,
family and suite, embarked from Kingston,
St. Vincent, for Jamaica, on the 26th uli.
Mo worldly consideration, bo stated previ
, ous to his doiiurturv. would ever induce him
to return to Mexico. , v -
in. j .L.. m o r ij;.. r,,ri I . . J. '
ol the IJaltimore and Uhio Kailroad U)rapo- hangman fcan do It why not Hungary I
j., ui ma iai icp..!. uu luupwu uv rouio rRmKu.iUstlo cheering.! Because I am an
that these gentleman have been vie ing, as- ; j, wm vo say s W, U, has my nation
signing as a reason lor so doing, that intr a exiled m(Si and ig my exile not a violation
much sh.irirr route lhan nnv other, and that f e .j.r ..'.rL,u.
- oi ine lawsot imiuia anuui iiaiuioauuu , ,.
iialso pusses through that portion of the the Czar or Russiat Is Russia trampelingt lc Convention met at tho Ctfy.Hall.V 10
State that will yield ihe greatest and most down eso laws sufficient reason 16 deprive o'clock, and organized , by appbintlngDr.
ci riuin articles of product, coal and 1 run ore. I m. -e vni nwn nntiirnl Iriffht tn sail vbtir I rin'.m, PrtftUrrtan tXf- II (
fun I .iar.i.M ..flh PAn U k..i ii U I ' . n . I 1 " W ; - - -
vu """ " - merchandise where you nnd a maraet lorn ir nn t..'n p.', r
say it can. li is stated upon good authority Curjoui lndeed I You see how the condl- wt :T-, -
that the Lnv council ol Cincinnati alone. .1 ett... ..m. ..n nwn riohi. mom, secretaries. . ,
" 1 llijll vs (fill vl'w I vnw u rva j 'o ' wll h it w , . . t
will lake 800,000 in said road, and a oum- ... nwn ir.ieresis. But vou are at peace The counties were called... Delegates
ber of persons in that city will lake 10,000 with lho Czar, I Well, are yoa not at peace from all but bur counties .'answered to their
10 9i,wv, rucn ui me same, in auaiuon w,th Hungary f ;l make no expression: a- amei
"" "u,,b o"j n in,, vou ael mar our mercnaBdiae to tne ' .,' , a trr . '. uriL:
ia tnka arpa. amounts if stock in tha road. V... f ..i" u .u . , wr. wcvooa, 01 jeuoroon couniy, ouereu
-n- - .-- . 1 iziir I DUI 1 UK. WI1T "IO I , . ' .
We are also sssurod; shot, large amounts will vVbv. Washingtoo has recommended to you WIiim that each Congressional delega-
uiuaic iui any uiiiun. na wbiii on iubov.i i- ii " i j;n-..i.: i. .i
r iHi nir nil iiiLPrnni iiiiiiiuiiitfH u hihii iiikiii
that since Jackson's time, we have not had fegt and whoc argument falls they resort to
a positive president, that he was in favor of the sword. At this moment the Press is si-
Houston, whom he believed to be a nosiiive lenced, making it impossible to judge of ihe
man; and that the people should exercise ?eneral ,feo'in8'. Louis Napoleon appwis to
. , , L . ., . j . have gulned, but not without wounding deep-
ineir presences at me oa.iot oox, ana mere , lho-prlde of hi8 opponents. Time alone
alone as that was the only place to find wj prove his real strength with the people
who was the people's choice. '' ' The stocks are maintained, and even higher
Afir mnnh norv itk.ia n.f mnniffl.m. than before the COUP d'etat. ,1 his Is Cofl
lion of bitter feeling,' Col. -Morgan's resolu
tion was struck out by a vote of 144 to 136.
Vallandingham'a amendment was then a
dopted by a vote of 163 to 124.
... "... Coarse 'V linir itottoni Hoots;
" Kip .l,u't stitch Boots; ,
" A. Cf Water BufT, fllag sols B00U;
Boys' Course ic. Boots; . ;-. ,
Youths.-do do do ! '
My.' S Coarse Peg Biogansj - 1
jo ft-ip do . uo.
" Do " 3d " .do- ' -do
' Do ' C.i'.f ? do1' ' do
Boys' best Kipfej;' Bmeansr y ' . -:
Do do do do do ; Islet;-
Youtlis Fine Kip Peg Brogansi
Do Coarse ' do da ." '
Ladies' Kip Peg, Stitch Side Boots;
Do Bor. Gr. do Ju da
Luiies Morocco Pv FHUwire Bouts; '
Do . Best Bor. Gi. Ptg Polka;
Hisses A. Calf Peg, Stit;U,Side Boots; "
Ladies Goat shewed Sftruig Heal do ,
Do do it) Heel - do
Do Ettaiutkd Jenuy Lind Boots;
Do do - Pg b ilJenur Lind Boots;
..Do do M. K. welt do do
"Do Peg Seal Buskins j ; v
Do do Glazed Leather Jenny LuiATiss;
'Do, Enameled Jenny Lind Ties;.
Do K. Mock Welt do ft
'StixM Moiocco Ptf Boots; A. -t ..'
Do Goat do do
LadLes do to i do
Do Kid Run Round Ties?
Do French Morocco Buskins; 1
Do Lasting Pox Welt Gaiters; "!
Do Gum Buskins.
Wc would respectfully invite the public to call
and examine out stock. W are prepared to fill
any ordcBV either Wholesale or Retail, on ttis
most reasonable terms. We expect oui second ar
rival, the Spring stock of goods, will be accompa
nied with Shoe Findings of all descriptions, Men's
and Boys' Summer llats, Ladies Bonnets, dec. die.
' WM. TILLING HAST.
Graham Station, January 6, 1852 n6tf.
House and Lot for Sale '
TUB SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his
VaVslIM I ni in MiJ,lUn . Tka v
- B JWWtW muu MUl, AS. AUIUUICUVHW . ItVi 1VW
sidered as being much in favor of the Pres
ident. Cor. N. Y. Courier. .
TIIE SATURDAY VISITER FOB-1858.
A New Voldhs of this Paper will be coss
menced during the present month, uuder. favoin
ble auspices. Arrangements have been, made
which it is hoped will render it more acceptable
as a complete family newspaper. : Its Literary
Department will be sustained by such writers
as Mrs. E. Oakes Smith, Mrs. H. M. Tracy,
Mrs. Celia M. Burr, Mrs. H. Beecher, Stowe, and
others. .The productions of these writers hold a
deservedly nigh rank in American literature, De
is 60 by 200 feet, fronting on two streets.
The House is frame, II by (0 feet two
stones high suited for four families, aad rents for
910 per month. It will be sold on the most favor
able tenns, if application be made sooa. "TTfl ,
JUSIAH P. BU.Mt.
Coalfort, January 6, 18i2 n6tf.
' 1ST OF LETTERS remaising in the Post
Office at Pomeroy, O., December 31, 1851.
through which ii must pass, have a riiilit 10
bo inii-resied in its completion, regardless pfl
the Jtouts ot their more favored neighbors.
More anon. -t lueton Democrat.
A Seminknt by Kossuth. At the Ed-
lariat Bamjiict ln New YorkrifiH Hungarian
oralor uavu titicranco to tho following beau-
...... . ) : . . " ., . ;
tjful sentiment : ,. (i-..ft.., ';0 r)i,
'"j pa ! you' know, gentlemen,, whervl con
sider the most glorious monument of your
country T if it be so as 1 have roud it once
' it 1st thai .fact, lliot-when in the steps of
; , iour wiuulerins sqtinticrs yotir'engineers go
X on Id draw1 geomciricai ' nnrs, even in me
territories where ihe sound of a human' stop
never yc h mixed witjj the, murmurs by
which virginal nsiure is adorning the Lord;
in every pljbe marked to ,.becoino a town
ship, on avery sixteeuih squaw, you place a
modest wooden polo, with ihe g.onous mark
: POPULAR RDUCATIDN STOCK."
This fs your proudm monument.' ' '
OiT The faiher of President Fiilmobb Is
' " siill living at Aurora,' Erio1 county, New
' '"Vort, end is, wo bJieve, still the presiding
' Met of the Mctli'rdirt church for that district.
rcaiily bo subscribwd both in Dultimore and kartnony and friendship withwith whom X Hon shaU meet a . noon', and appoint, 1
1 1 , ". . v 1 I , I VVlih tvrants who oppress naiions wiih vi- member each to form a commluee to noml-
-..i'J,.0'. olenceY Oh no ; with nationa, gentlemen. pmtmM 'officert pf Ae 'Conveniien,
ooiiiic icu nuu una iumu, nrnitn wj siiun ,i,l nna . Km. a na 1 this la lorffnlion. I j ' .. 11.! - " M . 1. .
mention at convenient Season. VVe ex- nd lutauiutcd with governments, be they 1,:,Secoid.,.ecli1 Un,pna delegatiuli
peci v luy tho full report ofMr. Morris, en- ly'ran,8 be they usurpers like Francis Jo- also to nominate one member of .aCom-giiiqi-r,
before vur readers nexi week, when h( 0'r ..Lmila Napoleon ; nobody made iniiteo'on iResolutions. '7-' ,
a 11 , win nave an opponum.j c. examining lhem g0nm!m but they themselves, and , Xmrd Euch Congressional dolecation to
uie rouiu, as iuiu uon ii. nuu reiiucunif upon hnnM ha nthnim iinni . . .
i tiracrtcbilitV - " " ' ' ' "i, depriV 7onuralr w di m W ailonal Con
rrom wnai nas.air.auy transpired in re- 1- commercia iniersourso with friendly 1-1,.. ' ...m .,.,:
gard 10 litis subject, the people of this county. LauoMi, . . r v. ' ., 1 , t Fourth, The Senatorial Delegates to be
"And after all, if. there Is any difficnlty, appointed by the Convention at large.
according .not, to ministerial lows, but to Pjfin, Each delegate te appoint one can
oreiudica introduced into thai everlasting ..7 ' :V f.:J',j .: '1
h" k ihoi hf aM.: th. liffii.,.l te uw wrwwwr , rrwueni,,Qw.;. . . , :
LilvWrioved bV'acknowledctinttiheurrn- Mr. Weaver, of Hamilton., juoved, to
THE jfeFFEKSOSIAfJ DOCtRtlfr. 1 ; jfciple that sovereignty rests with naiions. strike out ati relating to the appointment of
(n Mr. Webster s masterly leiter to the and upon this basts recognizing tne legitt- District Delegates 10 the National Conven
President, in answer 10 the resolution of mate character 01 the deeiarauon or inde- llor,r bich mo,,0 M mimated discus
Congress making inquiry Into the ThbasherI "r u,,lVl. h.i nril;mat i,nrf no. 'I01 arose, in which Messrs, Weaver and
case; we find the following quotation from 1. retracted vet. These are my bumble Powell, of Hamilton, Cherry and White
Mr. Jefferson, In relation to ihe rights and wishes, besides some substantial aid for my men, of Fairfield. F. Thurman, of Boss
duties of our fitiz ns.' We Commend It to country's freedom, which I, failrely, leave and othera oarticlpaied. i
the attention of thote Jefferson 1 an Dom J 'PJSy W " The ameiidmeQis were finally withdrawn
crats who preach and practice' the "F7- iLsideniSav he be blessed for It M resolution adopted. . ' ;
buttero" doctrines of ihe present day, , To haa mvlted the congrew to decide npoh On motion, the Chair appointed a com'
our 'mind there has been a great change the question of your foreign policy, by sta- mittee of six on credentials. , '.'
going on in the senuments of those who ""f. " n,'ua, mts$ut,tAal VuVnUe4 fhe Convention then took a recess until
claim exclusive Democracy. Here is the cannot r e?at? TJ? ..r three o'clock. P. M. , .
1 turn HPnnararni ni m lurmiir-m TMiuicr mvuKra. i
extract to which we refer; ' ,t,. .n;,u Bf frLn In an f aun. I ' There Is a larae attendance, and cood
"Mr. Jefferson, when Secretary of State, Wry. ' I fooling prevails, 't '
in his letter to boverneur Morris, of the "Well, 11 not indineteni, wnai men 1 1 t afteinoon session.
16th August, 1733, speaking of the right "But It is tne grestest ku7 01 your win- ComMBna. Ian. 8. P. M-Tha Convan-
vute citizens to make war with a coun- gresa that considers iiseii 10 oe out tne or 1 . .ni .j. t .t,. i..i.m.
try wiih which theUovernmentof the Unl- gan of the will of the people, which is ' f-T . T '
led Stales Is at peace, says: ... sovereign. ...
"If one citizen bas a right to go to war 'SMar therefore thi people of toe United On motion of Judge Whitman, a com
of his own authority, every citizen has the States be pleased to: express its soveielgn mlttoo of five was appointed to report names
same. II every ciuzen nas mat rignt, tnen win may 11 uo Ptwu .-- ror Domoflratlo floiiii Cnntml n,4mmli..
: KOSSUTU DANQUET.
' - . , -. . , WisaiNQTON, Jan.' 7.
The Congressional Banquet to Kossuth,
took place this evening at the National Hotel.
There were about 300 present, and the
dancing hall was handsomely and tastefully m characterized at once by a pure moral tone
lj ..4 t.u n j i and neat literary ability. " "
-uouoraicu wuu liaga u.u v.uuua - - ? .... f ... - .
evices. A raised table in the . middle of to advocate Woman's interests. In this the edi-
room 'mi hnnrnnrinmrl to Mr Klnff m im to make U a balance wheel between those
room .was appropriated 10 mr. aing, v,j jMtrnv ,n niitiroi ,a nfi nt dist no-
rrteident of the the Senate,: Who presl- tiona between the sexes, and those who.vould
dedNwlth' Gov. Kossuth and Mr. Speaker hare the-one remain (the absolute legal master of
. 1 ThA nthpr. 1 nev neiieve inaL mc njiu;Bi uuivi'
BoyJathis right hand and Daniel Webster opment of Woman's faculties;' and the largest
si his tk , Rt.tin,iam Cnrwin and Stewart liberty, for then exereue, are stnctly compatible
at nts iwt secretary uorwin ana. Btewartr poMessioh of felMiilne graceSr: tBQ that
Judge vtavne, Oon. Houston, Mr. Seward she mar eniov all her natural richts without any
and oiheMistinsfulshed men occupied seats ttempt to cWiuyatemoustacnes, 01 w t neglect
X " 01 in we uuuieaiio uiuca auu uuuca huiuik
in th&immoxiata vicinity .M c :! J.--iv, ; oeculiarlrliers. vi ;j i;,.-vi .di v
. 1 . . .. 1'. t. 1 r fl t. I.! I .ka 1.... ..1M Cm ml mnn lh. Mtlf-A. I
Mn.'t K. . riohi 1.. m to w.r bv tha author, mant draws near over Eurone. Delav Is a 10 ,erT0 "nl 09 Pwen'your.
iivofits individual ciiiz.ns. Hut this is negative. " . 1
Mr. Drake, of Pike county, offered a res.
The MarirV Band was in attendance.
i ' ni.' '
One cony one year,
i 1 00
i During; theNlvenIns, Jtftoi1 the cloth had. One:oopy sis months,
beon, wmoved, Urge .number it-ladies TwoiWPfes one year, (ot one.eony.2 years), s 00
r " Four conies one year. - - - - UU
Eiirht cooies one vear. (and one to getter up
, of club),- , ,:-.v...1 - 1900
Fifteen conits one year, (and one to getter
n'f.f fflilh . . . .xi . .'. . ! .! ili 00
..Business letters, should he adiiressvd post
paiu) to .
were admitted. 4
The first toast drVik was "The President
of the ; United Stste which; was drank
with three hearty cnee
Mr. Webster, responded n g brief speech
and he. was followed by oth
: i Kossuth spoKo w nearly, s . hour, in, a
speech ,jof great feeling and eKiuence, be
ing perhaps his best effort.
... j c.1'! 1 .' " 1 h p.
'1 , Washington, Jan
now authoriiaiivelv understood
Kossuth will leave this City on Mond
next, for Annapolis, thence he will go to
Harrisburgh on Tuetday, and from thence
to Pittsburgh on Thursday, where he will
spend the remainder of tlie weak. He will
probably not reach ' Cincinnati v until the
Wednesay following. His movetaents Horn
' WILLIAM SWISSHELM, 1
. . No'. 89, Third street, Pittsburgh,: Pa.
The ab-jve, in brief, is. ihe character o:
the Visiter. Mrs. Swissuevm,,. iu editor,
is a woman of no orJinary character, lmel
lectually-rher pen is piquant,, severe, caus
tic, and withal exceedingly obe,. .There U
n r'uaiia candor about all she writes; that
at makes htr a , universal favorite, If ihe La
dies want a paper that really. .sympathises
with woman, take ihe Vmler, by all means
d you men who look upon,. woman as a
milliner's sign, had better take U aiso.j ,
! lD-VlSTAR'S BALSAM OP WILD CHERRY
imparuNnew vigor to vital action, and relieves the
v.tom kt niwninir the Dores of the skin, and pro-
w ... ',! J -J u J 1 'V-r- o - . - . -.
tnat point win oepenu mucn upon oi roum- theteoretioi of mucous matter, its sctioi
stances; be is, no we vr, exceedingly anxious
to visit Indiana and Illinois; and If possible,
to go to New Orleans... :,. , V' ,
Several members o the Virginia Legis
lature called upon Kossuth to-day, and, also
a delegation froin'ibat State, who, through
their chairman, Mrl Hibbard, presented a
series of resolutions expressing their sym
pathies for the caiue, and inviting him 10
visit that State. , , ,
Kcisutb replied that should he remain
is sudorifiesedative and expectorant, by opening
the pores, atlaying irritation, and by rendering the
A 1 " '
Those whotake the Balsam will feel immediate
relief from tha distressing irritations that accom
pany affection of the respiratory organs.-. The
pores have been closed, the Balsam opens thsra.
Tha Lunga suffer from irritation, the irritatioa Is
soothed; the pulse is violent and feverish, they are
softened, and the mucous membrane is relieved
of its enforcement with rapidity and caso, All
fj the use of this delightful remedy...-: - ,
.'ec advertisement in anothvr column.' '
Downci Daniel .
Davis Evan. '
Douglas Vlariia 2 .
Daykin GeorKc .
Davis Georco ' '
FofdohnD . .
PiRgiiw Thorn js I
Grim Mnrtiu. , . .
Hunter Wm a 1 t. '
Hainer H . '.1 J ,.
Halliligei Henry ' .
Howel Kiisabetti ,
ilnnnan tlenty ..1
JollcyA .!'! : : " '
Johnson Konla -
King Mary O ' 1
January , 1862-
Lewis Love' .'
Morgan Evan D
Means Messrs H t Co
Nicholson John 'V '
Newton G A . -
Nowton Mary L
Ray Roberta "v
Ravenscraft Wm &
Richardson Wm ', '"
Ravenscraft Mr' V
Spooner Jtalph ,
RliiftdB t . '!
' r Thoyde John 1 ," '
'. Thompson J M.l ' 1 .
; Thompson Nancy
Tashel Jacob 1 -
Ulrich Jacob' 1-
.' 1 . Van BuskirkSidhey Asa
Weller Conrad ; '
1 v Wakefield KosetU '
" ' Wait Nathaniel .
JAMES RALSTON, P. U.
Uain 10 euro l osinsamniio qr in i. , ua aa
ur Remedr in the world. W know. howBTur. that it tt uiai
eu anl b eund. Be that th pl- f
raw, we wsut bmm umnpi 10 arnM witk
ffv, ana ao wm w t twe, wnicto cm b f
n of cam, thatt thia sTtesikiDw hmu rti i
! ftnd Which wrti attended WUk.
The Great COtGlT REMEDY.
Mtny yr of expertenn, and ntora thu a HaaSrea
Thaan4 Carra of Con.mvllv Unplnu, Iwt
prosd to Ihm antloulitMl Miuteilou of til panon, who Saw
Mconiaacoukinuid with thU mmdrful nnutSy, dim it h arnt
If aperior, dmnw 11 w xxwiwf ana win tntf
by Mim that CenMinptlaa
ion 01 um nanj or ipo
uoo, but inn we wtu
prorad In thaaaaad
C.y and dmmtm w
aalM real l;ea.amDt
-ymptoma Uiat memtiled, and wora In all naMrl, M. IhavymB.
loin, of tboM ao iu, and dsmd ara .aid to aav V wlla
jM faul diaMM I'SDanmptlon. Thia Bal.aui hu curM
who had hax aV, racking Caia Pnim hi tha Brraat.. '
SkJ, aqd StodtDimcaltT of Hrenthlnr-f xal tif.m
toroltea Utttt rnrr KiflU-SvmtM and waatlna away
of lha Pleah and Blood. Paraona having auch conplaiuia , V
have bean eured attar it waa aaid Ihev eovld M llva a .)
tonaer. Tlila Madieina haa aurad aoma who vara aunooaad ha.
ba In a dylna alate, but. by tha ua of thia icnMdjr, Um
aaw live, and enjoy food health. .
ThW Balaam la naralif o aarafciM. rtmmotM. ttlapl.an.
ant to take, and ar dom injury In any ataaaofdieaaaaw uadar
any eircumManeee. It effect, ha wawderful and ttm.rt ant
raenlotM Care ly Parlfylaa, 8(nayiaaaia, and laTlf.
ornclaa tba whole ayateoa by aewajuuw aW araaaaMoa. aad
produelnf a aeaUaa acUon thua allaying Coaah mtttiinf ia
Nerra and mUu, aa4 riHaareaa KxaclaxaUaa. at
Curea laa Mlowlas Ataa.aei, via. i-.
fM'UnS mi araatMrb, Mfma, SjhIMm a SbaaV
fiWiaf l M i.aaa, faint in Ma HrmtLglJ, aa7 Omt, Nmn.
womwmmw, nwii omwh, ratinmtmm V na fiaarf, ana Bit Jr Ba
hi A I. ft VKAHNKKMK8 and OawW. aulaf aWa.
frtim. Cholera larantam, kc
nr Farfroar and pertknlera of Caret, aa ear raaaa
SkloU aad HaadWIa-ill our AaaoM have daai Mflv "
For sale by D. Reed, Homeroyt 0 W Cooper t
Co, Chester; P. M. Petrel, Graham Statioua AU
orders rnust be addressed to Wallace dc Co,, SQ4
Broadway, New YorK. . ''
FOKsTaLE. The subscriber effrs for sale
his Lard Oil Factory situated iu the tuvu of
Pomeroy. For ti-rn-.s apply to Adam B.jrH'ttor to
the iinderniKfltd'. DAVID 8'JYBR.'
A, um in 1 .111
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