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OLEICS COUNTY TELFJSRAPll , . POMEHOY.O. , T.UESDA Y. ::::::::::: : :SK t'T EM BKK 28. cpi;bl.ican state ticket. i ..- . Saprem Juoge. i;, .. W. V. 1'fcCK, of Scioto . Comiiy. Attorney Geneial, ! C. P. VVOLCOTT, of Summit. "Comptroller of ' Treasury, V. B THRALL, of Fwillin. Member lionrd of Public Works, - JOHN L. MARTIN, of Butler. TICKET. " - For Congress, V. H. VAX VOlUIES,of Alliens County. For Auditor, A A HON STIVERS, of Salisbury. For Trensurer, CYRUS RUSSELL, of Chester. For Commissioner, Wll. LED LIE, of Salem. For Suiveyor, . . ELIJAH HUTTON, jf Salem.' For Coionor, OEORGE WALKER, of Salisbury. For Infirmary Directors, : M. BOSWORTII, of Salisbury; GEO. BELL, of Chester; J SIMPSON, of Rutland. toEJIOCIlATIC CO. TICKET. For Congress, C. D. MAKT1N, of Fairfield. Audiior, J,. C. GOLDEN. Treasurer, 11. B. SMIT1J. Coiuniiosioner, DAT1D. R. JACOBS. Surveyor, T. C. MEEK. - Coroner, Dr. JOHN HOPKINS. For Infirmsiy Directors, JOSIAII SMITH, ono year;' VM. STAKKEY, two years; ' J. II. WINTEKSTEEN, three years. REPUBLICAN MEfcTl(iS. Meetings will be hold at the following iines and jilaces.at which Addresses will be made upon the great issues pending before h Ami iu un people : tttf Republicans! Tho time is short between this and the election. Important interests are at slake. Principle which lie ni. the foundation of our Institutions, and our Institution themselves, will l.e effected by the result of that election. Every citizen has a duty to perform which can only be lightly performed by an in telligent. Apprehension of the truu issues bclweeu the parties. These Issues arc so distinctly marked, that no one ought to mistake them. Republicans ! You un derstand these issues well. : Your neigh bore, as houeslas you are, and having the same stake in the linppiness and well being of our country, intend, many of them, to vote the Democratic ticket. Wp believe I you bolieve, with an honest, earnest con I viction, that the present tendencies of that j parly, controlled as it is, by slavery,' is to I the spread of an institution, irreconcilably opposed to the interests of free labor.- Theso neighbors of yours, do not w ish to do so great a wrong to their country and themselves, do not, in fact, belie vo that a vote for the Democratic party will have that effect. In this, many of them are honest. You know they are mistaken. They liavo been deceived by the papers they read, which are in the pay of an Ad ministration which is under the absolute control of this slave power. These papers dare not present tho true issue before- their readers. If they did, the patronage of the Administration would be withdrawn and they would be denounced as traitors. To receive the patronage of the Govern ment, these papers must Support the meas ures of tho Administration, which meas ures are notoriously dictatod by the slave labor interest. Hence, instead of n fair jdiscuss'on of principles, and an honest' j presentation of facts, these pensioned j presses have appealed to the prejudices of; wu.so. ! their readers. By falsehood and misrepre jsentaiion, ihny hsivj brought many of your honest neighbors, to believe these false hoods. You are called Mack-Republicans! WoVy -Heads! Xiyyer- Worshipers ! until many of the people who read no other papers, have lost sight of the great issues at stake, and are about to let these desper ate demagogues, through these. appeals to j prejudice, use them for the sustenance of ! the greatest outrages ever perpetrated on MEIGS COUNTV FAIK. GRAND CONCERT taaa: Hi It AND fPHE undersigned is now construct ing, in.! X will have completed, a commodious an 'I spacious Building, adjoining the FAIR. GROUNDS, To commence with the Pair. It Mill, be decorated witli Flower anil Shrubbery, and comfortably Heated, port nl which wi:l be covered and reserved lor the Ladies. Within, eatables and all kind of lefresh mentH, such am ICE-CREAM, LEMONADE, MIXE11AL- WATER, and every kind of Confectionary called for can be obtained. : ... On the last day of the Pair 1 will give a Grnutl Instrumental Concert;-;. The whole to conclude with a GHASfU BALI., On the evening and night of the lout day. of the Vat.. ONE HUtJlt will le devoted, commencing at 12 o'clock at night. Tor A GRAND DISPLAY OF FIRE WORKS, To he' followed by the Ascension of a Magnificent i'LUE 11 ALLO GST. After which, the Hall will commence again, nr.it coin 1 1. ne until the company, wish to sep arate. 1 have secured at great expense, the celebrated French Pianist, MONSIEUR A- 11ENN0CQUE, Who will preside at '.he Piano, and The distinguished Violinist, who will d is course sweet hiunic on their resprective iu striunents. Admission to Concert and Ball FIFTY CENTS A COUPLE. N. 11. Tickets t be had at various places in Pomeroy, Middleport, Minersville, Stc. No epir iluou.i Jiijuors sold or -allowed tc be d;iiiik inside. WM. NEWELL, Proprietor. n.Hit. HATS AND CAPS, C3rxroc5exii3, Hardware, Q U ,K E N S ,V A It JC, & C. WEAVING I'URCIIASi:rj HIE. ENTIRE INTEREST. OF W... STIVERS in the Edtablirtlimeut formorly conducted bv him, corner of Front and Court Streets, Pomoroy, I desire to Bay to the old patrons of the Hoiwe, and the PUHLIC GENERALLY, that I design keeping (an near an possible) everything necessary to complete a full stuck of Oooda in the above lines, which will be sold for Cash or Country Produce, on tho most favorable terms. " 11 f. " i 1 J I'n i I a.iiM ii ITITELZAII NYE, Jr., vs. Thuiniis J). Sar i 111. (rent Meigs Common Pleas . ition to . rorcciose i irinm: j iioiuhn u. nnrciii, ol the St' to ol' Virginia, will tuke notice, thnt i ViJ 'ui ' iwH 'j ui Vila miuut Sia1 ) 'tu utj '-..j, 'iil 'm ii 'ilu 'L. WilitStTonductxfeta 8 herotofore,' under the Hupervision of N. M. M'GLOTIILIN assisted by ai corajtont workmen as any in the county. Everything in tho way of Milking, uuing j"gr impairing, promptly aiteuueu to. THE SPIHIffa- FilSXZXONS Have just been roceived, together with a full stock of Cloths, Casbimeres, Vesting.,-dec. - Ponieroy, March 30, 185R. ' ' . A N D i - IVE O Bc;i3XTK-SE0 3P . A ORICULTUUAT, IMPLEMENTS OF ALLKINDS-PLOUGUS. PLOUGH POINTS, Harrow, &c, Sugar Mills, Corn Shelters in constant supply. All articles of. Iron or Brass uned in salt-making, or in tho coal business; Car Wheels. Saw or Grist-Mill Cranks, Gudgons, Spindles, Shafts, Pulleys, Spur and Bevel Wheels, of the most improved patterns. STEAM ENGINES, of superior strength and finish. HOUSE ORATES nnd STOVES, for Coal, constantly on hand. MACHINERY of all kinds repaired with Brass, and "Cast or Wrought Iron. X V. POME ROY, Superintendent. Pomoroy, August 31, 1858. 3.5-tf Mtlaiir Nye, Jr., of II. e County of Mbwn nnd Stale of Ohio, aid on the 'J.'oli iln of Aiiuwt h. d. eighteen hundred and flfty-c-y hi, file Ins petition in Die Coiirtuf Cuiinnon Pikh, with in nnd for I lie Kuid Conn' v ol .Muit and 8tte of Ohio, aitinst the snid ThoninH I). Sargent, setti'iK forth, that on the I th day of J u ne, a. d. eighteen hmidr'd nnd fifty fiv-, a written contract was entered into Ik t ween the xnid Nye, and the aaid Sargent, by wliichKaid Nye agreed to advance money, to p.iv the debU, not to ex'ted S3.tlttO.UO, coiiintcted by Said Siirpent, m iinrcliuNtng and tniiidinj( the Shady Cove Siilt W'orka. situate in anid Alciga ill Meiga Common Picas The tf.iri J -ph J Coombs, of the Oil y fl "W.ifliinjr'nu. in llio District of ( olninbin. will take nwtice, thnf. Melzar Nye. r.fllie County of Muk and Stitu of tlliio, did on the 01.11 Uny of" AiK'ust. A. f. 1S5, file hia petition in tlie Court o ' Common Pleia, within and for (Uo Cou ty of MeiBnand Slate ol Ohio, againat the sanl Joseph J . Coomlm, ilfnd.nit. t-elllng forth, that the anid Juaeph J. Coomba yuve a rno t tfayc to the aid M Ifcnr Nye. oh (lie fcll'," lnnd.1, ailuuted in the said C'cMinl rlf 5ju, and deacnVed aa follows, to wit; Onis un divided half of one hundred acre lota, Ns 3'J I nnd o-'5, in section Hit, in township No. I , and HaiiL-e No. J3, in the Ohio Cuinn.iny'i PurchiiKej also one u ridividul half of Ihn County, and nlo to advance money to com- j oukI half of one hundred acru iot, No. 32u, pltte snid J- all Worka, and toopern'.c tl.e tome in the lminufnetorinjf of Salt for the term of three years. I!y which aaid i;mtract ho id Siirent liound himself lortpayto said Nye, ut the expir.ition of aaid term of three yearn, Hie money mo to le paid nud advnuced, with inlereat at the rule of len per cent per annum, from the time aul pnyineiila and advaiicun slonld he made, and alao to t.ny anid Nye 1 .0(1(1.00 pr year for hiaacrvir s , 1 1 Superin tending SHid Still. Works, to be m I yearly at the end of euch yeur, during said term; and to secure the re-pnincnt of the money, so to be paid, and advanced by Said Nyn, and (he payment of his sanl veaMy salary of Sl.01'0, el enr, said Thomas I). Sargent did, on the Uth day of Fehruarv, a. d. eighk-eu hundred fifty six, execute and deliver to snid Mel r.ar Nye, Jr., o niortcatje on the tollowirr' Inndx, Situated in the Lonntics of .Mcps nnd Gallia, and dcsc.rilied n.i fo'low'K. '.o wil: One in the mmc township and rancet also one un divided half of tlie c-ust half of one hundred icre lot, No. JCn. in wt-ctions Nos. 1 and 36, in aame township nnd ratine ; hIso one u-: dividid half of till Hint purl of one hundred ncre lot. No. 3I4, winch lies W'- jit of Leadini; Creek, in KectioiiM ?, 34 ami 3.', in same lownshi and range, except a ten nciu lot at the mouth of LeaJiiii: Creek, upon which tho house of mini .sltizur Nye now stands; a!o one undivided It. I f of all that nart of section No. ill), in snid township and rung, I which lies West Lend my Crek, to securo the payment ol 'J.H7,i 00 ond i nlerest. aecord ingto certain notes referred In in smd niori fcngc; said peli'ion further M?t torth, (hat' Kind Joseph J. CuoiuU, on the 1 Si It dny of : April, a. d. 1So7. enterc-d into n written con ract with said MUi.r Nye. l.v which the said J oscpfi .1 . WM. PA VNK. J. W. CAIttt. WILSON, PAYNE k CO. WHOLE S A I, K DEAL E US IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 94, Wood St. alovc Diamond Alley, I'lTTS BIT IMiill. AV'II.L he prepared early in September, and ir throughout ihe Season, to offer to the trade on tin usually varied and attractive stock of Urv Goods nnd Notions, in which they wili compete with any Market in the United Stales. All good Merchants are invited to call. Pit slnirs-'h, Autf. 31 :!" vim. -!. 4 1, l.i 1 11 II l'"l IF- T i l ,a free people. Von, Pupublicans, have a ! .r,," , ,r . , ?, f' r I . 11 r . I 'Mllh snlisci iber oilers lor sale the iHrm of I du'y to perform here. It u not to abuse I. John Diamond, comprising 80 acres of i these honest neighbors of vouis who have la"'1' lut sixteen improved the balance I prolt.y gohd timber luiid, lyuiR between a mile been thus deceived, but to present the I and a hall nnd two miles back of Racine. u ts to them knnily. Jneluco tlieui, n v,c " uc ol"'J ,u,1 T"J J" " o'i"...n- HMO n ( A Clo " t 2 2 5. r. P ex. o " ' CO V c Si o CD 5 t S-3Br - " " : j -i 2 T a- 5 3 UJ.ldOJ 11 H.11HWSWOX AO KlKllfl , C. g s c ol c s ')iuilljjng rtims JO IJoildllsl - MlsKT .'inis no jsoioi'ij -r. c 11 o l,..M 1 L L i i ii - 'Fooqs uoiiiuio;-) aiuitj I i I i i i a - .t"iirr7"rrr7T7 'A '4 'A S 'Hk'i'i s$ g kk'Hk "-" - --r J rr i r--- r . r rr x i t? if J JT f. u" 'i." A f 't ltL u t ,s '$th tt :' Baha, Thursday evening, .September i possible, to look at the question in the light j apply to :i Jtli, at tlie Scliool-llouse. H. L. Sibley. ; ot reason, instead ot passion . 1 liey love Cheater. Friday evening. October 1st. I"" Democratic principles. The elave ii sihli-v. i ''oldeia have usurped the name of De- The Central R.ciltee hooe to make mocraey, and the dibhoneet demagogues', trli;"r,00 ; ct the JNorlh are using tlial name to JOHN SAKSON, b-3r-4t Letart Township. 1KOHATE COURT The Sept. - - - '(Hinj ijiuii viJl(I ...... xx oil 1"1X - - . . .miKiioilxfl .(iiiiio;) - - - - - J ltllljll AIHIMIJ ..... -XB,!, .tiiinoo lUO.I. c CO CO 3 O 5 Coombs nkreed, lli.it in considera tion that t he sa il Mel zm Nve. slionlil exlni undividL'd half of all that ono hundred acre the time lor th pnyiueut of I hr- money then lot. No. 3Ti, in section 1, township ft, nndldue and to hec,m due on hiiid ileitis ai.-t range 11, which 1 its in Gallia C uiity ; also, j moriyiige, until IhelStli d.iy ol April, a. d allot the one undivided half of one liuudri-d I I8.', he, said C;onibs would p:iy tu said Ny acre lot, No. 37, lying in the Counties ol j interest on all the moii-y iheu due, at the Meifi ami (Jalliu, in sections Nus. 3, 3.t and j rate of 8 pur cent per milium, from the tnnn :tl, in I'ownships, Nos. I and 5, in Ranges, I tho same became i!ue, until the Kind I8li day Nos. 13 and 14, in the Ohio Company's pur- j of A pril a. d. 1 851 ,a nd at the rale of i t per Cent chase, excepting about sevtn or eight acres ! per annum, I'roin Ihe snid Ibih da of April sold by said Sargent and one J . J . C iomba, to a- d. lSol, until paid; nud also pav to snid Ihe Leudingtou Suit Company. Said petition i Nye on tl.e money thereafter to Tail duo, ni furthersets forth, thnt there is now due fiom ' lerest at the rate of 10 ner n ut i.t in.n,n., the Kaid Sargent to the snid Nyc, for money Irom the lime the Hiiine should full die until paid; suul petition also shows, that srfi'J Coomba hus paid to said Nye, ot sundry times $1.5U, pall of the mo my due on mid mort gage, said pclinon prays juclguient agnitisl paid and advanced by said Nye, for said Jsar gent, under said contract, nnd for the said yearly soUry of the said Nye, the sum of 412. 951. 12, and a laige amount of interest, which snid sum and interest is covered by j the said Joseph J. (Jooiuba, lor the sum of c GC 5t ii arrangements with t.h Uwais. V. ii. llorlon. T. A. Plants and Jadgcs Simji sgn, Morrill and Mr. Welch, to attend these meeting. Other meetings will be horcafter appointed. A U'publii.an Mass Meeting will be de- Stale of Ohio, Meigs County, us. Final settlement of ac counts. Notice is hereby given that the ac counts of the following persons have been Court, in and for said ' county, for settlement. Joseph Mauck. adin'r j de bonus noil of the estate of Isaac Vance, ..,! l.,. tl,- .,..,..,;... e oonus noil oi tin I J to dee'dj John Gever, ndm'r of John beppait, i I'll .11 1TI II. . . . - . ' wi.o tiiiiiK uecnuse ine&o b:ave-iunuers anu 1 their allien call themselves Democrats, that j they will carry out Democratic principles, j If the people could only see the deep du- held in Pomerxiy, on Saturday the 2d of ; P1'1' of lliesG designing men there would October rvei-t. at half-nast 10 o'clock. A. ' but one sentiment nmong them. Go, il. Hon. V. H. llorton, II, Van Vorhets, C. H. Xmiih, T. A. l'lauta and then, and reason with them. Present the true issues. Remove these false impress- others will be present to address th :ai. j ions if possible. Show them that your em of Meigs County. My order of the Central Committee. 11. L. O.SBUUN, Chairman. T. MoNTAorK, Ktcictary. dee'd. Said accoun'.s will be heard and net lied on Tuesday, the .twenty-eighth day of September inst. ART 11 UK M ERKI LI Sept. 7. 3li-3t Probate Judge. NOTICE. '. jLISMA MACK, of the State of Virginia. J will tako notice that M'illinm Poster and John Ashworth, Adminislrators of the estate of Tliomns Ashworth, deceased, of Meigs Coiiuly, Ohio, did, on the 20lh day of August, 158, iile tlu-ir petition in the Coiut of Com- JtifWe attended a mass meeting: of the Republicans at Athens on Wcduedav last. The meeting was not large, but the impression made was decidedly good, and will tell hetenfter, if uot io the present campaign. Truth is all powerful, and al though, through the power of prejudice, nnd the force of passion, it may be tem porarily "crushed to earth," yet wheu reason resumes her empire, "it will rise again." Mr. llorton made ono of the most clear, logical, candid and convincing speeches we ever heard him deliver. Tho truths so uttered must have their efiect. In the midst of Mr. Morton's speech, Win. Den nisoti, Jr., of Columbus, arrived in town, Mr. llorton gave way, and Dennison gave us a half hour speech of great power and eloquence. He is one of the finest speakers in the State, and is our next candidate for Governor. It being half past four, and' Mr. Denuiscn having an appointment at Nelonville in the evening, he was obliged to proceed, and Mr. llorton finished his address, which was listened to with pro found attention. In the evening we had the pleasure of addressing a large and attentive audience, to whom we discoursed as we had ability. The Republicans of Athens County are working in earnest, and if correct political principles are appreciated in the District, the Lecompton pnrly will be defeated, Aud so mote it be ! mon t'lens, willnn anu lor -the Uuiiutv of m..;.. .....i c,..n ,.r Okin . :.i r.- . interests and theirs are precisely one. ! slia Matk f selting forlh lhbal on or fll,ullt llie i That the Slave-holder and'" the Northern ! first day of April, 1851, the soid Thomas Ash ! ii . , ,. . ' I worth, then in life, bargained and sold to the : Demagogue have an interest in direct op- jsnU Klisia Miick certall, rt.al estate, de.i, ribed i position to vour interests. Sliow them i petition, for the sum ofSS.ObO, nnd I ,, , ,i , , f v, i ,i ,! that on the first dayoT April, 1658, there waa that this interest of the Slav c-holder and j u- a,((, ()nyable oll saia contract of sale, the Xortheru Demagogue cauonl' be advanced ; -Inn of 84,OnO, with interest from the said first ' i iifti ,i l , ti ,i 'day'of A pril, 1 654, and praying for judgment .by dccciuugthe honest voters. Do this, J,a Ktisha Mack lor said sum of4.- Republicans, fiitnosllv, from now until tho (l"), and interest thereon from tlie said fust election, aud you will accomplish a great j f ft JSWffiS? S'S trood. 1 ou will remove prejudice rein- said Elisha Mack is notified that he is required "3 o 3 CD CV i) 5 f I .el w - 'x"J. Joo.fhpnn diqVtiM'tj, - - "X ""ini'J. ooi.b'( s '""lll'ix uwi Juqio'xn.!, luoti.ig 2 H fi o o B 5 t w r to t - a - o W Hi O I I tatn .cison nive di.rniiv a.,,1 si.rnificanc u piear anu answer saiu pe.iuon on or ue- a ' i lore the third Saturday alter the T. Kth day of A. PLANTS. to the ballot-box, and save the free lnsti- I September next tutions of your couutry from perversion. 'f?llwr"li.i Don't, ue lieseech you, lay doxvn this pa- I JN Click. I A . .1- - lrARlAlI UASKINS, Ella Ha-sfeins and Joel per, and say you can do nothing. ouML Uaskius, minor heirs of Joel Uaskins. cau do much. And surely you have the j deceased, will take notice that a petition was strongest inducements to act. There is a solemn responsibility restingon every citi- c o O 3 W. B. HKIRV1N. - - 'idiwox ioj, - - 'xbx iioii'ooclioj ""X tn"H o o 2 4 2 -3. ' - 5 -r o 2-2 P C T c n .5 o said mortgage. Said petition prays judgment agaiiiul the said Thomas L. Sargent, lor the said siimof l'2.9ol,7'2 with interest on Sl.OUl1 at tho late of ten per cent pur annum, from the 1 tit h day of June a. d. eighteen hundred and fifty six, and on Jl.OuO at the rule often per cent per annum, from the ItHh day of June a. d. eighteen liund.'ed tilty S'-Vtn. aud on y-ff-, -ri.oi.iu, ai me taio oi u:u per cent pi.-r ami um, from the Itith d:iv of Juno h. tl. ei.'lilufn liuti- dred and lilt y-eigh I , in id on the residue $9.531 . 12, at the rate of ten per cent per uu n u in. from November 1'itli i. d. oitlitten huii- jdred and tiliy-five, nud that said nurtguged I j r. mises may be sold to pay thu same. The said Themis D. Sargent is notified that he is I required to appear and answer said petition I on or before the third Saturday utter Ihe lh day ol October next. Aug. 31 -35-61-910.50. J. HUA DUCKY. Ait'y. for Plaintiff. H; - a o c 9. m o 3 r. A 5 o 2. a 3 c a r. -! u. a C .' a.- - a r C 3 C 3. 2 r n ' o a 2. o o MELZAR NYK, Jr, vs. Thomas I). Snrgen .Meigs Common IMeus In attaclmieul Thomas 1). Surgeiil, of the Slate of Vir ginia, will lake notice thnt Milz.,r Nye, jr., of the cou iHy of Meigs n nd St a. e of Ohio, did, jil the 3lh djy ol May, A. 1)., 1S5, file his petition in the Court of Common Pleas, with in aud for said county ol Meigs and S'.iituof Ohio, against the said Thomas L. Sargent, silting forth that on the loth day ol J une , A. I)., 1655, a written contract was en tered into between the snid Nyc a:id the scid Sargeul, by which said Nye aartcd to ad vance money to pay the debts, not exceeding 3,00(1, contracted by said Surgeut in pur chasing and building the Shady Cove salt works, in said county of Meigs, and to ad vance money to complete snid sjII woils and operate the same in the mn nu fact u ri ug of salt j Ohio, njianist I lie sdii S8.0j-l.t, with interest on 1 .SI l.s I, at lhf rate of 8 per cent per annum, frmu Ihe bill day of January, a w. Ib57, until the 18th day of April, a. u- 151, jin.l at tie rate of 10 percent per annum irom that tune lorward; and also interest at the laic of ti per cent per annum in :!. I V5.(t(i, Irom the 1st dry of A ug -list, a. d. eighteen hundred and filty -lo-Ur. until ihe 1st day o!" August . n. emblem hundred snd ti Ity-fi , and at the rate of eight, per CtMit per annum, from the said 1st day of August, a u. eifchteen hundred and fifty -six. until the eighteenth day oi April, a. n. eighteen hundred and liily-Kevi n, and at Iho rale ol 111 per cent per uniuiuj, from the snid eighteenth dayof Apii), a. j. tightirn hun dred and fitly. bKVen, until p.iid; and also in'- terest on the residue oi the rule oT 0 I per cent per ...ninu-i, from t,c 1st dav of j August, a. i. .eighteen hundred lifty-foui; uiuii i no i si djy ol August, a. o. eightce.r hundred nud tifiy-sevtiu, and at the rate of iu per cent per milium, Irom that lime for j ward; and thutsni I moi tinged premVes may , be sold to pay (he siime. And said Joseph J. j Coombs, is notified that he is required toup j pear .iiid answer said petition on or beloie i ll e third 8tiluriia alter the Tin da of Oc'.J Jbernext. J. UKA DBL'lt t ; ". :iL":$:i'u t'-"5 Alilv,'i,r Pinintitr. MKI.XAU NYK, vs. ".Yin. H. Coon-bs and Thomas L). Sargent .Mei ifS (Joimniiii Pleas Tlie said Thou. as I). Sargent, of tin State of Virginia, will lake notice thnt Mel in r Nye, ol the County of Meigs, and Statu of Ohio, did on the 2')th day of A ugiist, . i. cighUen hundred nnd fifty-eight, file his pe tition iu the Court of C.immou Pleas, within and for tlie County of Metes', and Stale ot I liiuil.is L). Sari: cut for the term Ol a years, iu which so id contract I v illiani H. i.ooiril', ileleiiilauts, seliiuu ; said Sargent bound himself lo repav to said Ion h thnL snid 'I'lioinas I). S;ir,reiit giive a Nye, at the expiration olsnid three vears. the! morluniie lo the sard Mel.ar Nvo.on the foi- iowii g l.i mis siluiiii.- iu said Meigs Comity, iiml dt'SctiSed as follows, to wil : Oni mv. j money to be paid and ndvajiced with interest at tlie rale ol 10 per cent, por annum,- frou the time of iaid puyuieots and advances, a nd I also lo pi-ysuid Nye v! .CUM per annum for hu services iu maiiagiiiif said salt works. SaU1. I salary lo l.e paid at the end of each year, and the inttrest on Vtid poM-ineuts and advances iu ue paiu yeany ui me einl ol cacli ear, troiu the time said payment nud advauet-s should be miide. Said petition further sets forth thai there is due i-j s.iid Nyc, from suii! -barge lit. lor inlereKl on money paid and advanced by said Nye under said .contract, aud forhissuiil yearly salary t lie sum ol :i,53S.'Jj: with iu terest on itfluOO Irom the Ifilh iIhs of June, A. ! 13 2 I. H. KELLEY. OI.. TIIOH. HMITll. EXCELSIOR MARBLE WORKS, His Attorney. . Opposite tho U. S. Hotel, and two Door "v...t. c n..i o :.i. c.-..., xuiijii ui vjui. loiijii-ii o ULure, JCSTLovers of th Dance should rc tntmber the entertainment at Rock Spring on Wednesday evening. Mr. Carlton's known ability for entertaining guests should be sufficient to insure s large at tendance. As the number of tickets are limited, persons wishing to attend would do well to purchase as soon as possible. For tale by Mr. Carlton and T. J. L.Spil-ler. zeu of this country. The Institutions which our fathers bequeathed to us, we hold as a sacred trust for those who are to come after us. The destinies of our chil dren, tho hopes of the world are in our keeping ! Shall this great trust be be trayed ? Shall this vast heritage be squandered by the trustees the guar dians in whese hands it now is ? Shall we permit a set of swindling Demagogues, for their own selfish ends, to waste nnd de stroy this great heritage ? If we do, surely the responsibility will be great in deed. But the responsibility of every one will bo in proportion to the light he has and the use he makes of it. You, Re publicans, have the light. You see tho importance of the trust. Your responsi bility, then, will be measured by your earnest elTorts to secure the triumph of tho rh"ht. Work, then 1 Every one of you work 1 Go to the polls. See that every other true man is there. In a con test like this, luke-warmness is a crime indifference is almost treason 1 Not to prevent a wrong, when prevention is in our power, is equivalent to committing it. Your vote and effort tuny prevent the greatest wrong to our country. Give that effort until the election, and that vote at it, and all will be well. filed against them on the twentv-eighth day of August, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, in the Court of Common Pleas, wiUiiii and for the County of Meigs, by Jacob Uains, and is nOw pendina, wherein the snid'Jacob Tains demands partition of the following real estate, to-wit: In section 34, township 4, range 12, in Meigs County; beginning at the south-east corner of said section; thence west 10 chains 47 links; thence north 1 degree, east 10 cliainsand 01 links; thence north eighty-five degrees, east 4 chains;thence north 61 degrees, east 14 chains ami II links; thence south eighteen chains and 4 A links, to the place of beginning. And t not her tract in section 3:1, iusaid township and range. Uegiuuirg 16 rods west of the north-east crrner of said section 33; thence south 7 rods; thence west ight rods; thence north 7 rods; thecce east eight rods to the place of beginning. And that at the nexi term of said Court, '.tie said Jacob Mains will apply fbi an order that par tition may be made uf said premises. T. A. PLANTS Aug. 31-36-6t-&5.26. Att'y. for Petitioner. 1007. jrSue the report of the great Demo cratic meeting at- the "Horse-Cave.' Our correspondent is rather ffrojfic in his discription and repeats some of the terms used which are not at all to our taste. But as these terms are the emphatic arguments ot Lecomptonism, the report would not hive been true without them.. So letthi m - - Information Wantkd. Will Mr. Cy rus W. Field be kind enough to imforni the public, through the columns of the "Commissionaire," which of the many portraits of him lately published, he has decided lo look like? As no two of tl em resemble each other, al though till' are taken from "photographs by Snocks," aomc little interest is felt in the settlement of 'he question. Cvrrtnytvn's Commit-gioi'nire. NOTICE. TRA BARNES, of the State of California. -I- will take notice that Win. Radford, of ihe Uouniy ol Meigs, ana Mate of Ohio, did, on the 7th day of August, 1S08, file his pe tition in the Court of Common Pleas within nnd for the said County of Meigs, against, the said Ira Barnes and Elizabeth Barnes, de fendants, setting lorlh that the said Ira and Elizabeth Barnes gave a mortgage to the said Wm. Radford on a certain house and lot in Pomeroy, in said county, described in said petition, to secure the payment of 200. ne- cording lo the tenor of a certain note leferred to in said mortgage, and pfavinirthat the snid Ira Barnes may pay the sura claimed to be due, being S120, with interest thereon from the 3d day of April, 185G, at 10 per centl ner annum, or that said premises may he sold to pay the same; and the said Ira Barne" is hereby notifiej that he is required to appear and answer said petition, on or before the third Saturday after the 21st day of Septein ber next. T. A. PLANTS. augtO-32-Gt Attorney for Plaintiff. KOTlCE. - . . IN obedience to the act of April 12, 1858, amendatory of the ai t of April 13, 185i, the Commissioner of Meigs County, divided the said County into twelve districts, euch civil township constituting a district. The qualified electors of each of the above named districts will, at the ensuing October election, proeed to elect one District Assessor resident of the district, and having the quali fications of an elector, as prorided in the above named aet, By order of the (J iniiinsMontrj t f Mc'l-s C August, 17, 1S5S 11ACINE,METGS CO., OHIO. riiHE undersigned would respectfully inform JL the citizens o I Meigs and adjoiniui, coun ties, that they are now preprred to furnish to order, Monuments, Head-Stones. Counter-Tops, Table-Tops, Mantles, and everything in their line, of the most ap proved style and very best quality of Foreign or Aincrh aii Mur1le. Those wishing to obtain GOOD WOKK of this kind, at prices which cannot fail to suit, will do well to give s a call before pur chasing elsewhere. We are resolved to give full satisfaction to all who may favor us with their patronage, personally, or by order. SK1RV1N, KELLEY & SMITH. Aug. 17-33-tf. Watchmaker and Dealer in CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND FANCY ARTICLES, Court St., Ponieroy, O., ANNOUNCES to the citizens or,Pomeroy and vicinity, that he has just, returned frointhe East, and opened Ins stand on Court Street, one door below Reed's Drng Store, a fine selection of Watches and Clocks, rich J ewelry and Fancy Goods, all of" wh ich he is enabled to sell cheap. A ntxoniinntion isso- ucueu. l lianklul lor the liberal pationage, I hope by strict attention to business aud fair dealing, to merit a continuance of the same. Aug. 17-33-tf. . 1QS7. FALL AND WINTER. StqolsL- O. BRANCH & CO., HAVE just received, and are now opening at their old stand, on the EAST SIDE OF COURT STREET, A fresh su pplv of H M J In il ware, QiiceiiMwurc, A:c., Suitable for the season, and they take pleasure in inviting their old customers and friends to call and examine for themselves before pur chasing elsewhere, feeling cunfident '.hat they can ofler Good ISargains. Thankful (or past favors, they will endeav or to merit a coiitim-ance of the same. Pon.erov, Dec. 1," 157. divided hull ot one hundred ncre lots ros. 324 nnd 3-2o, in section 35, township No. I, and re lite No, 13, in the Ohio Company' purchase:; also, one undivided hall of the east half of one hundred ucrc lot, No. 32o, in the same township and range ; also, one iindivult-d half ol Ihe eust half of one hun dred ncre lot, No. , in seul.ons Nos. ul and 35, Ksune township uml range; also, onn undivided he If of ull 'hat prut of one hundred ncre lot, No. 314, which lies west of Leading Creek in sections Nos, 31 and 3.", in 11, ti -nine township and range, except n in .h-ih u., ISob, and on 10iHJ from the I6lli ilnv ol . 101 "1- Hits mouth ol Leading Jre k, ' iin :( I J line, u. loo!, ooi itya I tlie rate ol IU )eij""'u" t n u wen i ug no use oi sain j ar N v ceiiv. per ii ii ii miii. rt 1111,1 lie s;ii I I nomas u, wu i uug, uuc uiiuiMuru nail ol all ihl Sargent is further notified Hint a suuimonsl parlor section No. 2'J. iusaid town.-hip a;ot and an outer of nilar-liineij l has been issue-el j range, which lies West of Leading Creek, to against linn from said Court, mi said petition, secure the payment ol $1). 375.00, accord al Ihesun of said .Melz.it tiye, Jr. And the j '"K lo t erluiu notes reierred to iu said ni. rl said Thomas I). .Sargent i.i further u - tilled gage. ; snid petition further sets forlh, that that he is required to appeu fa ml answer said i said urgent sold ai d conveyed his interest in petition on or before the 3d yiaturday ailer ' snil real estate, tinid William . Coomba, the 6th day of October next. land that saul Willium H. Coombs assumed aug 2t-tit-'j.ti0 J . HltA DliCRV, j the payment of the money secured by said Alfv lor Plaintiff. mortgage, and thot said (Jjombs lid pay to said plaintiff S3. 12&.C0, part of the moncv ot Itwal lf:il; toy uruer ol I i-'Cureil b) snid im-rtirae, with the interest I rrohnlK CaiUI. I accruing thereon : said netit ion fort her k.i- BY virtue ol n n order of the Prolmte Court ! fori h that said W'illioin 11. Combs, on the of Meigs County, to me Cirected, nx t he I eig hteenlh day of A pri!, . d. eiirliLeen hun Guardian of Reuben A. Ulair, Kdwiu II, Ulair, ' dred nnd fifty-seven, ngrecil in writing with' Earnest It. Ulair ami Oiles Ii. IJluir, and duly ; Si,i1 Alclzar I' ve, thai in consideration thai authorizing me so to do, I will offer fur swtej tlie said Nvj should extend the time for the I iu puoiic vendue, on the Villi day ot Septem- j paynn : iu oi tlie money then due, and to lt- bet inst, at one o'clock P. JL. and on t he j come .1 ue, on said notes nnd mortgages mit.l ! premises, the lour equal undivided Keve.nl h j ' eighteeiitli .iiy of April, nd. eighteen j parts of the following real estate, lo wit : 100 hundr.d and fifty-eight, he, said V. 11 acre lot in section Jo. 6, of township No.- 4, j tonil,s, would pay said Nye interest on a!i of range Id, in Meigs Coitutv : Beginning the money I lieu o in-, on said mortgage, at l'li,r at thesouth vest corner ofa tract ol land own- ' r ' of eight per -,-iit per iiniunn from U,v ed by Charles Warren ; thence north nl 1114' li.me said money became due, until the s.in! the said Warren and William Pitcher, to eigli t eeiuli day of A pril, a. d. eighteen liiiu where said William Piloher sold a JU acre lot died ami fifty-seven, and at the miu o tih lo W. F, Pilcher;henct east far enough to per cent per annum, from the said eightcentli take in the said 20 acre lot; thence north to ! day of A pril, a. il. eighteen hundred ami fil a log bridge where the road crosses Ihe run ; j ly-sevcu, until paid; and also pay interest at thence west to the north west crrer of 1 he , ' ate of len p er cent per an num. on nl 1 1 ! HO acre lot, bougM of Ael Unit . by W. K. j m.'"t y therealter to tall due, from the time the "TV SUTCLIFF. Silk, Woolen & Cotton Dj-er, &e., Con dor Street, back of the Rolling Mill, Ponieroy, Ohio, T ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens X.J of Poineroy and vicinity, that he is now prepared, to clean or dye, all articles of Gents' or Ladies' apparel. Also, every variety of Household Draperies regenerated; Hen net Bleached or Dyed; Kid Gloves cleaned. From his long experience in the business Mr. Sutcliff hopes to be able to give genera saunacuoii 10 ait who tavor Una with thei patronage. 12-1 v Soap and Caudle Manufactory. cw Millinery in Ponieroy. MllS. S. D. GIRSON, ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Pan eroy and vicinity that she is now in receipt of the largest and finest stock of Millinery goods ever offered iu this market, to which silt invites the attention of nit persons Wishing to purchase. Her experience in the business for twenty year enables her to select such goods as cannoi fail to please; aiiu having procured the best of experienced workmen, she is now prepared to manu facture to order, and, also, to do all kinds of dressing and repairing old work in a substantial manner, and 011 reasonable leims. Her stock consists of Ron net t; of every de scription. Riding Hots, and 11 other kinds of Hats for ladies. Also, boys' and childrens' Hats; Head Dresses, Caps, Kibbons, of every description and in great variety; French and American Flowers of every description. In fact, she has ell that can be found in a first class market. Shop on Water Street, third building above the Kemington House, Ponieroy. Ladies, do not forget the place, but just cail and see for yourselveM. 1 noJU-OmJ , S.D.GIBSON. ' WANTED, A N owner for a lot of Oil Paintings left nt -iJ- the Pomeroy Wharf-Hoot about the first of June last, marked "E. S." ll'said Paint ings are not called for by the lime epecifed the Pitcher ; thence south It O rods, till Ihe stiuic intersects the south line of said section ; thence east ulong said section Hue 274 rods, to the place of beginning. And it acres in said section, township and range : Beginning at the south-east comer of a lot owned bv Fellows; t hence west to the inn ot aaine- lell due till paid.Said petition prays judu -uieiit against the said defendants, for Ihe hm of 00, with in terest 011 Ssl.126 00, l the rate of six per cent per aiiMlm, fiom Ike 1st luy of August, a. t. ei.teen liuu.ilicdf.ad hfty-lour, tll the 1st ftny of August, a. civ eighteen hundred a jil filtv six. and ai ll.- i-i.. log bridge, end l he cornet of said JU ncre lot; : "f eight per ee'ic per annum, from the said thence west to the line of W. F. Pitcher;! lt oay o! r.tiust , n. d. eighteen hundred an 1 thence south along snid line to the 1101U1- ! titty-six, U'.,iil the eighteenth day of April, 1 . westcornerof land owned by Charles War- I ! tijfh'.oen hundred and tilty-seven. and at ren ; thence east 22 chains a nd 50 links 10 t lie 1 lie riite of ten per cent per annum, from the section line; thence north to the placeof be- lakl eighteenth day of April, a. d. eighteen ginning. Subject lo the dower estate of Marv i hundred and iifty-gevm, unii! paid: and also. . nue inerein. iiir,ii.eu at tfliM : ig. 1 interest, on the lemainuig S31'J&.00, at the lerms of sale one-third cash 111 liun' otic- j ol "i V cent per annum irom the tsu third in one year, and the remaining third in i lay f August a. d. eigliti i u lui iidr. 4 m.d two years, with interest from tie day of date. ' ,illy f""r, until the first day of Autusl. u. ... The deterred payments to bj secured by molt- ! e-igiileen hundred and tiliy-seven, i ml at ihv gage on the premises. rate of ten per cent per annum from the saiil li36-3t4 AAHOiN B. AVII1TE, fluardian. ! first day of August n. d. eighteen h 11 nil fed mill 1 I ti fl V-Se Veil . II lllil tlai.l- anil II. ..I .... ..I ii . SALC OF REAL INSTATE iiV OUDKR Kf.ed premises may be sold 10 pay the 3m lot , Ol'' COURT I And thesoid Tlioniaa 1). Sargent is furb. t N,fl.L .1 ,.in-...i.-.l.. . ...-,-,. ' "ol'ncd l.1,at ',e l quired lo appear and an- II p V, ,f " : wer saiu pe 1 mon, on or belore lh1hirdSal . . ... ..... j.. cnimirs, nui i-csoiu lo u rosy alter the 71I lib day of October flexi. J. HKAlHl.'KY. 31-33r6t-12-'J5. Alfv. for Plaim if. ATTACHMENT. rilllK R.il.or,..r 1. - i. . . . 1 nnouncetothe cTtir.ena of-ponTeroy Ini' VoNTGOMEuYalTTON . . ..icic ne win manu facture, and keep constantly oil hand any ar'icle in his line rf business; and we feel as sured that we can give satisfaction to all who may favor us with mall. . N. I. All orders alltnded to voon or poss blc. IAVID OEVEll. 1'uiiicruy, A 11-. 24, 1B5J.-H. NOTICE. TW1LLIAM HARDiiN, ofCcalpart, Meigs ! her 1 County, Ohio, forbid any per.ou from ' Terr trusting 011 my account, my wile A lice Harden or in' daughter. Alice 1 la rue 11. us 1 elijl) py no debts of t hoir rontrarti il .l'u-r 1 liti -!mi . Aujj. 31 34-Jt WILLIAM 11 A It DIN. tl.e highest buldt r, Hie followi-u; real estate. as the property wfThoinnx K. Lavis, deceased, I Au to-wit: situated in Meigs Count v, and de- -r scribed as follows; The surface of a part oft in TovYlV .0" nrii"1 'SeL'lolls Nu's 1. j TOHS MacDaniel is heret y iio.if.ed that ou j 1 ot ljanyc No. 1.1. beginning ) the Miih ilav of August. at our ... nl I lift rn4 vu lif rM r- o.. ... . - r. 1 i T. . Vi v.-oto .c .MM et .in..- ui . stance an order ol attnclmi. ut was siied l.v lot. thence folioVMiur the south Ime of. George Lee., h Justice f the Peace in sjid lol .to the corner; Ihence north Inr enough bury Township, iu the county of ,Meis Ohio' to 1h.it a line drawn parallel will, the south iu au action where,., we are tW tt line hrst mentioned, shalUtrike Ihe road ex-! said John MacDaniel is ,lt l.-uU,, 'ii, aotly opposite the mo.n arch; them e follow- j amount claimed in acid ma- ; ,w uivJ ,,...: mg the said rood to the place or beginni ne. est thereon Iron. December l. N7. d is Subject .o an annua rent of four doila.s, lor price of pers..,,,,. pro.-e,. v soft ,l Oei.v .. .. - utrvcri.Ht--.. Its 5il.ll IK1.-4 All 1 lllIltl l..r lt,,. .... I.... . . . .'. dower therein. Appraised -at :i?0.ihi. i li. i..i,.-r ... ...... . , , ' ' ns of sale iiic-thiri c.isli in hnii.l. one-- I r 11 1 p. v i, ....',.-.. ll.i.d in on vcir. arl t be rei.n.i ni ng one- j : P K ''LIS Ucl I HI-V a i 1 Unrtl in iku tun.; vvul. n.i, rai irom Hi.; .v i AUoV.S'l 5I in ., n vno.-o Aum r oi 1 lios. i:. Dav.,, dv c',1 ; l mxw . ... ,.,;, j, ' 1 "