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IHE TELEGltAl'll. l'o.MKHoy. O., TtKt;uA):::::::::::Jur.Y 19. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET . , . . r'oi Governor, . WM. ID EN Nl SON, Jr., of Franklin Co. Lieutenant Governor, 11. (J. KIIIK, of Knox Counly. Supreme Judye, WM. V. GiiOLSON, of Hamilton Co. 'Auditor of Stale, .11. W. TAYLOR, of Mahoning Co." Trensuier of State, A. P. STONE, of Franklin County. Secretary of State, , A. P. RUSSELL, of Clinton County. Board of Public Works, J. 13. GREGORY, of Scioto County. School Commissioner, ANSON SMYTIIE, of Lucas County. The ICIkIKs of JiitiiruHs.cl t'lli 2CII. ' The new doctrine of tho Demociney, "that naturalized citizens lmve n lights Hot Weulliei Coup Ie Soulc-il. The wenllie'r, ' for the past week, lias been exceedingly hot tho thermometer which foreign despots are bound to. re-J ranging from ninety, to ninety-eight, de pect, is giving theua a. deal of trouble. grees in the elinde. Wo have heard va Having taken position which virtually rious rumois of persons being prostrated withdiaws the protection of tho Govern ment from the naturalised citizen, they have adueugthe grossest insults to the in jury, by the arguments with which they attempt to sustain their position. We have not seen u single defense of' the ground assumed by the Administra tion, which did not place the foreign etni- with Sun Stroke, but have not learned the particulars. On Wednesday last, we learn that Mr. Oaiy, of Scipio Township, in this Counly, was stricken down in the harvest-field, but was likely to recover at lust accounts. On Thursday, Johii Croney, an Irish man, working on the farm of Isaac Behan, 'JTlie "Union" mitt I he 'Constitu tion." We don't mean by the above heading the U niou of the Suites, and tho Constitu tion of the country, but the Democratic "organs" at Washington. We wonder if these names were not devised for the pur pose of relieving tender consciences? There are many thousand patriotic gentle- leaders of our Democracy having made the system of human bondage the prime article in their creed, assuming that people can be horn slaves and owe perpetual ser vice to those who claim them as such, naturally adopt the ideas of the despots of all countries, with a desire to streivthen and extend '.heir claim to a divine right to rule and govern the people against their will. Hence the new docti ine promulgated by men who are in the py of tho Adminis- i the Administration. This doctrine as tration its patronage is immense. And j sumes that, because a man happened lobe many thousands more are clamoring for i born in France, or any of the petty dus thci? term at the Treasury. This mass of J polisms of the Old World, he therefore treasury-caters includes a heterogeneous j stands in the same relation, precisely, to medley of all sorts of spoilsmen, but the Louis Napoleon, or whatever usurper may larger class are milliners and disunioniots, seize the Government, that one born on Common decency, however, required that j the plantation of an Alabama slave-holder those sucking at the Treasuiy, should j does to his master. That in either case be, at least in pretense, Union men. the master has claims upon the life and So tho organ was established and called ; services of the person 6o born, which can the "U nion." 'I hose disinterested gen- never be annulled, but that tho individual llca.cu couldjthen spout their nullification when it suited them, and then turn round and indignantly affirm that they were in grant, on the precise footing of h Jugitive below Mason City, was struck, and died criminal, or fugitive slave In a land of !on Fiidav Mornino-. me mgueit crime, in mo estimation 0n the aame day, Andrew Black, n u. u.e masier cults, la me absconding or Scotchman, at Mason City, was struck and m.yiHwon oi me victim oi oppression. died almost immediately. And the whole cunning and power of the On Fiidav. at West Columbia, a man ir asters is devoted to the means of recap- and a woman, whose names we did not ture ana punishment. Men maintaining' learn, died from . the same cause; they ucu a system must, necessarily, deny all were buried on Saturday, in the Catholic numan rights, as such, and come to look burying ground at Mason City, and while upon Unpeople as the properly of their j at the grave, nnothor woman "was stricken self-constituted lords. And hence the 1 down, but we have not heard whether rIw, has died or not. On Friday we learn that a man died nt Minersville from the same cause. He had been digging a well, and on coming to the surface, tho sun had such an effect upon him that he was almost instantly prostra ted, and died in a . very short time. Two men, at Hartford City, were struck on Thursdaj', one of whom died the same day. We have iiot heard the result in the other case. Wo could not ascertain the names of either. We have heard rumors of several other cases in the neighborhood, but have not been able to get the facts. The Cincinnati papers have long lists daily, of persons striken down in tho streets of that City. The same reports come to us from all directions, in our ex changes. Great care should be taken by persoii3 compelled to work in the sun in such extreme heat. On Sunday we saw the thermometer .rise to one hundred and thirty degrees in the sun. A d?greo of is liable to bo reclaimed, and held to ser vice by his assumed master, wherever and whenever he can fret him within his nA,-. oigan. sciences. favor of the "Union," meaning thereby 1 The doctrine is distinctly announced that the "Union" newspaper, the Democratic Louis Napoleon, for instance, has such an 1 ins saved their very tender con- absolute light to Ihe thirty millions of peo ple bom io that country, that, although But a difficulty arose," which was well : one of them should come to the United nigh la!al to many of these gentry. Many j States, and in the most solemn manner re ef them, as is well known, had no special nounce his allegiance to that Government Jove Jor the Constitution of the country, j and swear allegiance to this, yet such is the and yet, before they could get their hands divine rig 1 of Napoleon to him and his into the puree, they had to swear to sup- (services, that if he can seize him on the port the Constitution. Here was a hard soil of France, or on board of her shii road to travel. But Democracy develops the has no remedy, but, like a recaptured genius, and the grand idea was conceived slave, he must submit to his fate. We think this doct line the most mon- I I S'lM'l'illl DIkiiiiIi li to tlin (!ln. l....ni ...... , '"lie ICntllc of SolfV iino DcUiil bynuUye-Wltncss. Baltimore, July 12. Mr. Raymond writes to the N. Y. Times" from Castiglioue, under date of June 24th P. M: 1 e anio from Brescia early this mornino-, and arrived just in time to witness the laUt half of whni I have very little doubt will turn out to have been the greatest battle tne moucrn world lias seen. You will got an official summary before this letter reaches you, and will be prepared for this statement of its magnitude. I cannot des cribe it with any precision, ns yet, for it has lasted nil day, and extended over a circuit of not less than 15 miles. The noise of the cannonade and musketry is siill in my ears, and none of those engaged in it, except the wounded, have returned to jy,ive us any distinct, connected retort. but not less than 450,000 men hare been engaged in it, and not less than 30,000, aead or disabled, lie, on this bright, starry night, upon the bloody field. The battle commenced at a little before 5 o'clock in the morning, not far from sun rise. J usl back of Castudione rises a hio-h range of hills, which projects a mile or so into the plain, and breaks off towards the left into a wide expanse of smaller hills. and so into, the rolling surface which makes that portion of the plain. The Austrinns had taken their position uoon these hills, plantin-r cannon on those near est Costiglione, which they could approach. as the .French army was in full force in and around that little village, and had stationed their immense army all over the surrounding plain As nearly as we can learn, the Emperor, Francis Joseph, collec- teti nere not ies man troops and commanded them in person. His evident purpose wa to make a stand here and risk the fortunes of the war on the hazards of the day. Napoleon promptly accepted the challenge, and commenced the attack as soon as it was light, by placing cannon on ine 11113 sun nearer to uastiglione than those held by the Austrinns, and opened a fire upon them on the hiirhts beyond: he took his own 6tand upon the highest of these, a steep, sharp-backed ridge, which commands a view of the circuit of the plain, and from that point directed the en lire movements of his army, during the eaily portion of the day. Hie I'rench very soon drove tho enemy 1 i .1. . , , 1 - - was setting in the west, and as his light gradually departed, the vivid Hashes at each, discharge of the cannon gleamed through, the smoke, like sharp lightning mioujrn wie Dieast ot an enormous cloud. Sometimes only a single flash would be Been men two or three at once, and sometimes six would break forth in an in stant, in succession. It was beginning to bo dark, when I descended the hi II. nnrl all the way down, I still heard the roar of cannon and clattering of guns, but the cwauiana were cieiujy tailing back, and could scarcely have failed to sustain u to tal lout. It is possible they may be in condition to mnko one more struggle in the morning, but judging from myobser- vhuuiih, it, is not pioDiiuie. They have sustained an overwhelming defeat, and it seems not unlikely that the Emperor may now be induced by the representations of the neutral powers to accept the peace which Napoleon will be likely to tender him. Just before nightfall, a tremendous can nonading was dis'inctly visible in the di rection of Mantua, nnd it was supposed by one or two French officers that Prince Na polean was assaulting that fortress, as n part of the general plan of the day's ope rations, while the Emperor was en"-n"-iii" the enemy in the open field; but I lee no reason to suppose this to be true, as Prince Napoleon could scarcely have ipa(-1ii(! Nantua by this time. a3 he was in Florence only a week ago. I am afraid to venture on any conjec ture as to the number killed and wounded in this battle, but from the nature of the case it must be enormous. I am confi dent that not less than ten thousand woun ded have been biought to this village alone during the day, to say nothing of those ion on tne field. The first intimation of an engagement naving taken place, was Irom meeting three or four carts drawn by oxen, and filled with the wounded. As we had heard of no battle, we supposed these wounds had been received in some skirmish. Soon after we met a one-horse carriage, in which was laid at full length, an officer of rank, whose face wore bo ghastly a look as to make it evident that he was dying. On reaching Mont Echiaro, and stop ping to rest the horses, we were told that a great battle was then going on in the plain before Castiglione, and going to the summit oi gome oiu (oif.heations, wh.c'i I'omcroy ICttail niurKet. Pommiov, TlllSlllY, July 10, IC.-rfl. Flour. 0.50167.00 lirt. Cliopnn. Mom ui n Whout. ai.WSl.3tl buah'CliuoMi, (W. K.) HiSliijiC. ObIb, Mc&OSc. e liunh. I'ottituon, l.uiK&I.S3ff, liusli Ap,lo,(iri"uiMi; ;.Vb 1.(10 Hnl tor, Wi&lftc. iii-r ft,. K(TS. 78I0p. 9 Jot. MoluasiH, 4045c. gu. Mruii, l V K"l. Siiffiir, (N. O.) (faille. V ) KiiKur (Wlilto) W!4l3c. Collo", I'.gl3i;. i b. If loa, ll"iiTo. ft. Honn, S(l(lr. e Cnmllca, (tullow) U15o. t'uii'llcn, (nl) 2e. CuimIIck, (slur) BSr. I'lah, (O.I) fiwAfcr. I Kind, (Miieki-rH,) UiSIOd. nun, v inifj .to. t'leklel Pork, IVtf 0c. Shoiililum, KfWiHi,-. SiUuit, (KKiokoil) lnrfstOc. Huuia, li. SPECIAL NOTICES. . Ill viva v 1 iml nyn. " UiVtl out of the posts they held nearest to the j once defended the town, we could see with town 11 . . . wiwntu 1 uk m iiito ine small of ch-iiging the name of the organ from the "Union" to the "Constitution." The name was accordingly changed, and all a tender-conscienced patriot has to do now, when he swears to support tho Constitu tion is, to do it with the mental reservation that it is the aforesaid "organ" which he intends to support. This is very nice, and it is said that the pioprietors so construe the oath of office, and hold every Democratic office-holder ?i4 guilty of peijury who refuses to "sup port the 'Constitution' " by material aid. The Douglas men kick against this inter pretelion, but they must submit or lose their offices. We guess they will submit. TIic OLcrliu I'lisoiicrs DIs C'liui'gcri. Our reside rs remember that Rev. Mr. Fitch, Hon. Ralph Plum, Prof. Peck, and some thirty other citizens of Lorain strous ever broached in this country. And yet it is but the legitimate result of the principles held by the slave-holders who control the Democratic party. Whether those most interested will see the danger in time to avert it, remains to be seen. But if they shall lend themselves, by party blindness, to be the instrument of their own degradation, tluy will but add another proof to the argument of those who maintain that the people cannot live without masters. We are glad to see, however, that the doctrine is meeting with a stern resistance, whicji is already alarm ing the leaders of the party, and many of them are repudiating it. Perhaps the in dignation with which it is now met by the Kepubhcans universally, and many Demo crats, may have a tendency to check the progress of the leaders, and save our nat uralized citizens from the effects of extra dition treaties in the nature of Fugitive Count v. have been in prison in Cleveland. sinco April last, 01. a charge of "rescuing" J ii'iYf, L;lwf.- lf ,il dofc?' they may ll,ank l ' O C I flirt Pan.lli Innno f ,!,:.. a student of Oberlin College, from the hands of a set of kidnappers, who had faeized him under false pretenses, and were hurrying him into falavery. They remember, too, that by the most the Republicans for their escape. How Douglas RIcii Asr"PC Forney, the editor of the" "Press," is the leader of the Douglas hosts in - Penn sylvania, and as such, he affirms that foul means, and by the admittedly-corrupt j Douglas is opposed to the revival of the packing of a jury of pnrtizans, the Court j African Slave Trade, as he must do to procured the conviction of two of the car;y that State. But tho "Spates," pub prisoners, and then adjourned until July, ! lished in Washington, and circulating in leaving the others in prison to await tho pleasure of the Judge and Marshal the South is not under any such necessity It is the Douglas organ in that region, While this seno was transacting, the:"nd is down on Forney like a policeman Grand Jury of Lorain County found in- cn a p:ck-pocket. The last number of the dictments against the Kentucky 6lave j" States" has a letter . which shows j.he catchers and their tools the Ohio Mar- , brotherly feeling in thi- wise: shal nud his deputy, for kidnapping, and j "As a friend of Judge Douglas, T wish would doubtless, have indicted them for ! you to express my thanks to the editor of . ... , ,. ,. : ,, ! the 'States lor the exposition winch he has perjury in the trial of lM citizeus in the . m!lflo of vtnttJ.s . ,.', po8ition os anaUy United States Court. On this charge 0f the Black Itepublitan. Forney must they were arie6ted, Hiid knowing that j not be allowed to speak for the dis therc was no escape from the Penitentiar ;-. i ih'gii'smt'd Senator of Illinois. Such a 1 .1 tt a 1 1 .1 f Slave would rum even such a master. and as the U. S. officials have the special : ,,, ,l( ,,.;ha s ,1 , .... !il.e great tribune of the 2eo2le must cue 01 iiiu jjio:ci.uii ui iu mipi e. i,,-y . f JK. .k fo, jnmselt to the people; and when proposed to discharge all tho Oberlin 1K speaks tho:' will listen. Uut in this out the greatest prudence in exercise and diet. Especially should all persons ab stain from stimulating drinks, which only add intensity to tho heat of the bodyT and render the person more liable to be af fected by the sun. It idrsaid that a wet handkerchief, or I wad of cotton, worn in the crown of the hat, will pi event the fatal effects of the heat. It is a simple prescription, and as it can do no harm and costs nothing, it would be veil to trj' it. lt a'i intense, must endanger life with-! v,1,1;la03 f the plain below. The first of meso was oonerino, wnere they had a sharp engagement. The Austrians dis puted every inch of ground, and fought with the utmost. desperation. They were three times driven out of the town before they would s'ny out. The people of the villago look part against the French, upon whom they tired from the windows, and the French were compelled to burn the town. When the Austrians found it impossible (o hold their ground any longer, they fell back slowly and steadily utuil they reached the village of Volta, which lies southeast from Casiiglione, and about a mile from the river Mincio, from which it is separa ted by a range of hills. On these hills, in the rear of the town, the Austrians had planted very formidable batteries, and when I arrived on tho field, and went to dialogue whr ih Km nror ' Ii.td stood nt the opening of the engagement, but had leu an hour before to follow his troops, these batteries were blazing on the French who were in tho plain below. It was too far 10 observe with accuracy the successive steps of the action, but could see the troops stationed rpon the broad plain, and moving up toward the front where the artillery was posted, as their services were required. But as soon as they reached this point, they were en veloped in smoke and disappeared, but the general result became evident' from the slackenng of the Austrian's fire and the falling back of their 6moke, and a cones Is it not 1'iestson We believe it is treason to aid and com fort traitors. It is known that a lare number of the citizens of Lorain County including Clergymen, Professors in the College, and former Representatives, have long been confined in ' jail, in Cleveland, charged with the "crime" of utterly re fusing to assist in seizing and sending into slavery a j-oung man who it is said would bring one thousand dollars on any Demo cratic auction-block in the .South. For this crime they were imprisoned by authority of the United States, and were waiting the pleasure and leisure of the august Court to go through the forms of a trial. In the classic language of the Demo cratic press, these men were "traitors." But;tho "arch traitor," Mr. Fitch, had, for many years, been the fcSupeiintendent of the Sabbath-Schools of Oberlin. And, on the 4th inst., four hundred teachers and pupils of those schools, chartered the the necessary cars, and went all the way to Cleveland to visit and console their Superintendent in piison! Now if that was uot "treason, then giving aid and comfort to traitors is not treason. They went into Cleveland in the morn ing on the Toledo train, tho little arm' be ing accompanied with banners and bands of music, and wee marched through Su perior street to the Public Square, and from thence to the prison. The scene is said to have been very affecting, stirring up the very depths of the hardest of hearts. They were greeted in eloquent peeches by E. P. Ingersoll, Esq., Prof. Ellis and others. Speeches were also made by Mr. Fitch, Prof. Peck, Mr. Plumb, and others among the prisoners. The children returned to their homes in the evening. Let these Sabbath School teachers and children be immediately arrested, and taught that such doings cannot be tolera ted under a Democratic Government. ponding advance m the part of that which rose from the French artillery. The can nonading at. that point lasted over an hour, but in what direction the Austrians retired, could not be possibly seen. I was afraid to change my position, because I could not have found any eminence on the plain, from which 1 could have had so complete a view. Part of the Austrian t rce prob ably crossed the Mincio which flows southward into the Po. But the battle continued to rage over the region north west of Casiiglione, Solferinoand Volta At one point after another, a sharp can nonading would arise and continue for half an hour, and after each successive engage ment of this kind, the result became ap parent in the retreat of the Austrians and advance of the French. During all the early pnrt of the day, the sky had been clear and the weather hot, but clouds be gan to gather about noon, and at 5 o'clock, vhile the cannonade was at its hight, a trem ndous thunder storm rolled up from the north-west. The wind came first our glasses the smoke of the engagement. We lost no time in pushing forward, al though wo were told that we could not reach Castiglione, because the roads were so completely occupied with artillery in reserve. We went on, however, and, pas sing tho French camp of the previous night, came to a point at about a mile Irom the town where a park of artillery wagons weie defiling from their camp into the road. Watching our chance, we drove between two wagons and entered the town under cover of a cloud of dust The main street was crowded with carts. horses, oxen, soldiers, sutlers and persons nuu minimis oi every uescnpuon. we pushed on directly past the house maiked as the head-quarters of the Emperor, and were in the camp. We had gone but a snort distance when we came to where the great procession of the wounded was turning across a street to a Church, which had been taken for a hospital. It was the most dreadful sight I ever saw. Every conceivable kind of wounds are here ex it bited. All who were able were obliged to walk. The wagons and animals at com mand being required for those who could not otherwise be moved. Some walked along, theii faces completely covered, with blood, from cuts on tho head. Many had their arms shattered, hundreds had hands tied up, and some most ghastly wounds on their faces, some had tied up their wounds, others stripped away the clothing, which chafed and made them worse. I saw one j man, walking with firm step and resolute I All nnl-ffi c a vvntel nrwl linvinr. n Kl.l- v .....v., .iu .it.Tlll OL lui let-wound on his side, an ugly gash along 111s cneek, and a deep bayonet-thrust, re ceived from behind, in his shoulder. Most of those who were walking wore serious looks, conversing bat little with one another, though they walked two and two, and few of them carried upon their faces any considerable expression of pain. Six or eight limes, while I stood upon the st'-eet watching the wounded, there came along squads of prisoners taken at various stages of the action. Sometimes there would be only three or four, then 20, SO, or 100, and in one company over, 400. They walked closely together, 6 or 8 deep. The officers were generally in the middle, and were guarded by a .single file of troops, on each side. As a general thing, they were not bad looking men, very many of them very young not over 16. HoLLowAY'n Ointment nu Pu.ijt Tiik tukt Imi tation has been ilcltued n tliu Irlbute which Igno rance nnd vice iy lo skill and gonliir), bul a such a "trlbuto" to Prort-Mor Hollpway might Involve tho inoMt terrible ooiiaequoiicoi to the skk. they nro cn- Jolnort lo examine tlioipam ph lets enveloping Ihe rill niia wniunem uicjr purchaw. Unless the suntence "Hollowny, Now Vork and London,'' U water imirkud on every loaf, tho urtielo Is "bonus." Only bo urn yon hnve tho Keiiiilno pronurutlmis. mid no lorin of cruptl vo or ulcerous disouse no phusu or In digestion, liver complaint, or Intestinal disorder, iieod ulurin you. Dr. Roback and his Kjshkdiks. Tho aucecM which Iina attended tbo pructlco of this dlstlniruishi'd Swe dish physician, goes far to coullrm tho theory that tho source of nil diseases Is Ih the blood. Ills tanio.is "S'cnniliiiiivlnn Koiucdies" imenito directly imoii tho elements of that fluid, nciitrutizlng nil corrupt uiui morlilil mutter In the circulation, ami hrlnelne buck health to every orgmi, l.y purlfjlng tho stream which DiistnliiB aud nourishes tho whole system. Certain it is that his Blood Purifier and Blood Pills hnvo worked wonders in nervous complaints, bron chitis, rheumatism, cough, catarrh, dyspepsia, gene ral debility, hypochondriasis, epilepsy, eruptions, scrofula, and ninny other painful and dangurous mul - antes, lionet, their great popularity. We are In formed Hint the correspondence of Dr. llobaik uiiioiintH on nn nverngo to ISO letters per day, of lucli 100 nro requests for ndvleoand orders for his celebrated remedies. See Advertisement. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. 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In ntl eases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in Urn Buck and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics, and Whiles, these Pills will el'ect a cure when all other meanshao fail ed, and although a powerful reined; , do not con tain i ron, calomel, antimony, or an; thing hurtful of the constitution. Pull directions accompany each package, sole ugent for the United Mutes and Canada, JOll MOSKS, (Luto L. C. Baldwin & Co..) Hocheft N. b Ill lilcill ToWnrfhilt. '.ti.E... ('..nnl, ill ... M .. day, Ihe SI lit duy of Juno, nil.. Mrs. MA ItV .sWr.U In the fM yuar of her age, wlfo of Mr. J. ob Swell formerly of Newburyport, Massachusetts. Mrs. Swolt, In early llfv became connectud with the Presbyterian Church, of which sho continued an ex emplary niembor to the time of hur death. She, with her husband nud family. left Massachusetts In I8li,nnd settled In Salem, Meigs County, and was one nr the lust of that pilgrim band or pioneors from New P.iiglnud who sjttlod, In early times, in Hie west part of our county. tTiTF-T T ... . Jciu bbcrtiscmrnts. List of Letters RKMAININO in the Pomoroy Posloflien on Mm 1st of July, ikv.I: Allen, Susan Adnms, 8 A M Allison, Nancy Harrlnger, Miirgnret Reard, A llogau, Mury J Hush, A 14 Krown, ('apt Nuthan Halls, John Hluekliurii, Ephrnim Blackburn, Siunh J Chappolle, Kr.nnie A Carroll, "I ho mas Cunnon Jus A Collins Catharine K Cothritit. S'toiuel ('ouch, Geo II Uenniston, James Dawson, Thomas Diiglus, Robert Deckor, S H Davis, John prouchor Dickey, Snruh KUeu Dlhen. Goo V Duvis, Gnrren Dickey, Churles 2 Ev-ois, Surah V Kessler, Rebecca Fox, K.I ward 8 Grinmhs, Edward a Could, TIioiiiiih -j (Seizor, Win J Gill, Jucoh Hclmes, liyron Karen, Chua 1 Heller, M Hitt. L L Irelior, llenrv Jones, David' 1) Persons calling for Ihe above Letter will id.-aso say "advertised." (!)3c) G. M. LHK, P. M. Jones, Watkins Johnson, Alfred Jumirl, Alexander Lewis, David Moler, Isaac McLean, Jo(in Nixon. James Ponrsall, Part Parkinson, P Peacock, James Prirsell, Cnlharlni) Pack, Christian Rood, G II Royso. Cap! I! Ross, Jos"ph Y Kn nk in , Laura li J Spence. John Standlev, Hiram Smith, Luclna Scrttl, Jacob Stout, Wlrk Sllverlhorn, Win Stevens, Joint Smith, A M Stout, I. I. Sturdier. E U Smith, Henry Smith, William Thomas, Wm , Triiugott. Mrs S Thomas, Henry A Thorn, W W Williams, John Wooden, Jnac y Williams, Susan White, II W Wees, J J Woodyurd, James .1 SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order of sale to me ilirerif.l from the Court or Common Pleas of Meii-s County, I will offer for sale ot the .l.ror of the Court House in Pomc-roy, nt 12 o'clock, noon, on th 20th day of August, 1859, th.r following descrit.td lands mul tenements to wit: situate in lledford Township, Meigs Counly, Ohio, nnd in Rection No. 17, town No. 3, range 13, o( the Ohio Company's Pur chose, nnd bounded as follows: iieifinning an the west line of said section, at the north west coiner of lands owned by Alden Skr) ; thence north to. the southrwcMt. corner of land owned liy Leroy Jones; thence east oi the north Jine of Job Philips' land to tin? north-east corner of the same; thence south te the north-east corner of said Alden Story's land; thence west to the phce of beginning; except the following described lauds to wn: in the north-east corner of the aforesaid premises, owned by Job Philips and John uncvey, onil bounded as followE: l)egmiiiu(: nl the noith fast comer of said laud; thetici: I south forty-five rods; thence west nine rod t I to the creek; thence tip the creek on the eafd I hnuk to 1 lie north-west corner of said lot ot land before described; thence east to the N. V. i place of beg ill ii mi'; supposed tooontnin three l.M mid u i.otairo :.t nsenciosed to nn acres, more or le.N-s, nud sold as the ntotiertv uuthorized Agent, will insure u bottle of the Pills Uj I''ra Sloan, et. nl., at the siiilut Hobert A. return mail. ' j Cooper, tt. a 1. Appraised at Slot) O'l. Terms Forauloby D. Heed, Pomeroy, O.; J. D. Fail;, anil !r ,le, cash. i. V. SMITH, S. M. C. Noire, Kcstoin fc Co., Cincinnati. O It n I " 10 'J9-3t-$l.fi0 SHERIFF'S SALE. Dy virtue of nn older ot sale lo m dirnele I I ) fr in 1 he Court of Common Pleas of .Meigs County, 1 will offer lor sale at the door of tit. Court House in Poineroy, at one o'clock r. m.. on the 2Hih day of August. IS5J, the to! lowing described binds to wit: t he sou' !) we -I, part of fraction No K, in sertinn No. 1;'), in town No. 9, aud in ran;;e No. 15, containing seventy acres, beini the farm on which (jeorsie "Wow. resided I o Mie tune of entering said decree. Appraised at $ H7 00, and S"l i .is the pruper'y of (ieorie Wool mid .losho t Wood, ul lin suit of Caleb Wood, Ad Mini is. trntor of WilUam McDowell . Terms of sal,-, .......I, l , f-.ti'mi . m m' il . V. n.lil L llj O. 111. U. Julv 19 23 5t-:l Ijciu ibevtiscmrnts. AN ORDINANCE Establishing the srade of Front Street bet .vex'ii Court SI rett and Lot No. Sv!. Skcti D" 1. He it Ordained by the Town Council of the Town r.f Poini.-rov, That the jraclia of front SLrwut from lliw .wiwt lino nt j Court Street to the west lino of Lot No 82 ! (V. l. Horlon's) shall be as follows: Hein- i ninjr on Ihe top of the curb sloue at Ihe in tersection of Curt and Front Streels; run ninsj thence on a level line to Hie east line ! of .Lot JN'o. 101; thence to the east line of Lot No. 100, to a point say thirty two one- li ii ml red l lis ol one foot below the level of the point of heKiniiiutr: thence by a slraitht line tc the poTiit of intersection of Linn uud Front SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of nn 'execution to me dircc'ei! from the Court of Commuii Piers of licit : Streets, on the ens side of L ,, and (. , ,villo(Ver fctsalent , ,,e ,5o,)r f thirty-eight one-hu ndredlhs lee e o v the jc House in IVmernv, at 1 1 o'clock a. .m , point o' b.ntiii.s; tlieuce by , level hue lo , , Annus:, 1659. the follow- he east line ol Lot No. 81. (blac k po e s;) . dw,cri,,e(1 and tenements to wi!, the thence by an nscending line to the west line of Lot No. 82 (V. B. llorton's) loo point two and twenty one-hundredths leel nliove the point of beg t ruling. Sue 2. That so much 01 "en ordinance lo establish grades and require the construction of side-walks," passed Sept. 14lh, lcUy, nud so much of "an ordinance in regard to cer tain side-walks," passed Sfpt. Olh, 18(51, anil so much of "an ordinance to amend an ordi- dinance in relation to certain side-walk.-', passed August lSlh, 1S5B, and so much of j "an Sept. Ctli.lSoU, u's conflict with this ordinance, be and the same are hereoy repealed. Passed at l'omeroy, July Uth, lSoil. J. CARTWaiGHT, Mayor. Geo. 13. Grow, Recorder. north-west quarter of section No. 31, in town 3, rnue !,:, in ti e Ohio Company's Purchase; excepl two and one half acres decreed to An drew J. Sewell by the Dislricl Court of Athens Counly, ut their Seplembnr Term, 18SL nnd S'lld as the property of A utlreiv J . Sewell and .laoel Sewell, at the suit of John M. Hall. Appraised at 1, 100 fin. Terms of sale, cash. J. V. SMITH, S. M. C. July 13. 29--H-S'l KllEli I FF'S SALE. From Pikes Pcali. Leavenworth. July 13. The exm-ees - . e T- r.. ' . ... . . I sweeping trom tne streets, clouua of dust. rm J-enver Uity, anved here Una eve ana was soon tollowea by heavy rain and vivid lijlitninor and lapid explosions of rat tling thunder. The storm lasted about prisoners if the Stale mitlipi ities would release (ho Kentucky kidnappers, and tare (he Marshal from the I'eniienthtry. This propo&i.i'in wad finally aoceileii to, nnd the piiaoners discharged. So ends ihe most outrageous oppression under (he mo':kery of lo al .'on; S hai has occurr- d in nnv civilized country during this cen lury. . ' ,j itflu-'bert' Tyler, non f "liis Aoci denoy," of Virginia, is Chairman of the Demucrclii Stato Central Committee of l'ennsj Ivania, and is laboring to commit the Democracy of llmt State to a Con irreysii.nal slave code for the Teniiories. ilope he will h;.vo a good lime of it. -jJmTu l'ofitina.iter nt New lUighton. i'eiiii.. l.a been arretted and held to bail in .i?l,.0Jj uii a :haigo tf tuiutilei feiiing I'ntiii'erWl -oin and L.1nli-L"li.s were found 'r.i'ltfid a.F lia nrt'i.ihll PVIfifonfp nil li i rr.ltx t mercenary must put wprds in liis mouth." Thai's rather rich, is it ';rot? "Such a slave would ruin even such a masler." It seems that Democrats have lost all oJier idehs of relations, but those of slaves and matters. Master Douglas is likely to he i ruined by the indiscreet zeal of the slate, (Forney. Therefore the slave, Forney, "must not be allowed to speak for tho dis tinguished Senator of Illinois." Can't Forney be more discreet? i New Silk Worm. M. Guei iu Meues rille, iu a communication lo the Academy of Sciences, in Parid, states that he ins succeeded in naturalizing in France, n n.w (varie:y of bilk worm from China, which feeds ujon the leaves of the ailanthns tree, lie also SHys thai the silk made by it equal to that of the worm which fct-d -on ! Ihe mulbeiry. 11 this isdl correct, one may yet see si!k cultivated eiy ex:en . lively in our counli v, as this L'ruiij well: ; iu our cliiuale. - j 3Lr,ln nnotlicp column will bo found nn artirlo from tlin London "Xcws," K'v'"jr an account of tho fio-i-ihlo I'jci-tioii of , mericiin Missionaries rroui tho town of Zulil', in Syria. This kiml of treutniclit, tvlii'ii coimuittod ly tho eojle of Asia, shows tliut till') uro fast rising into n liili statu of civ iy .ntioii, ninl nro rapidly bccomiining; dcniocrtitic Ttu their Idoas nnd arlioiu. A few yenrd or !ro)rrci,Aiil thoy will hj rrcl,arcd for niiiiexat'ion. True, they hnvo not yot arrived to thut derro ol' ci-liirht'oiinoiil which tliiiti nuUlics our own J. o in oi-ratio States, In the .South; but they aro movin in thu'sumu dlroi-tion. hrul will douhtloiMbo encouraged by thoir brethren in lliis itiiitry. Wo huvo no ilou'ot if those MUsionarlen would fliu'y biy imido their fali;i tii isiu, uml cordially Niipport ninl JiiBliilaln tho "iierulinr liiititiitlong" of tho loiiiih leu Id which Hicvk, there would be no trouble nt nil. Klhoy would only learn thut there is no higher law than the tfiL-toiii of tho ticoplo of the ton lit riii In which they ure, ii ml would preach ami l-rut-tleo Ih iao cusluiiif , there n onM bo no ix rsccu liou. This U iU-iiioiinI rutod in tlio rvery-dny history of our own country. W'fio ever lien"rd oj' a fireaclier bcln nioblied or olhcrwino fiijiiritd in uuy kbIeino vrutic' MmIh In thin Union, if liu would only uoliforni to llitiir runt mils and kcu Ion sly iiinintaiii thuir "insti tution. " .Voniic; uud l- t any M i-iinnary (ro to Asia, ami aiurry half u do-cn i xoiilonsly worship llicir lilolj niuintaiii tin? hiiiril f .rnto, and iroacli absolute ohi-diciirc- to maMeis, nnd wo toulorc to siiy liu ll bo as siifo ilu-r: sis tin- nunc class or ireach'.irs llu l llicoiscl vi s iu 'I'iixhs, or any other Uoinot mtic Male, by ti isn i u tlio hiiiiic course! A ml hi, Una I, t Uiuy could make a j roll table tiling out of i t, loo. lint ll tlicy will follow tlio '-old t'ojrj" eMiini..-s nf 1'aiil, mul s icli llko. Instead of Dr. Adams, let till! Ill take the COI10rltlCIICCS. au hour, and the cannonading was suspen ded. Then the rain ceased, the clour's blew away, ihe sun shone nnd the air was cool and delightful. The cannonading com menced quite on Ihe extreme left of the entire field, nnd on the borders of tho lake, norlh-east from Castiglione, and west of l'eschiera. The Piedmoptese troops under the King, had been posted there, and received the Austrians as they came around. From about 7 o'clock till after night-fall, an incessant nnd most terrible coidlicl was here kept up. The batteries ning, making the trip in six days, tne quicKesi on record. The express brings several passengeis and $5,31)0 in dust. Shocking Murder. Baltimore, July 13 A shocking mur der occurred in South Baltimore last night. of the Iwo armies were almost half a mile two l'oW('i('s' named Thomas Eaton and apart, and at the outside they were both ,feo,Se uurke, demanded of Wm. II. Tay From Nebraska. Sr. Louis, July 13. The Omaha "Ne braskian," in giving an account of the dep redations recently committed by the Paw nee Indians, 6ays that $15,000 was stolen from the settlers. Gov. Black was in the field at the head of 250 men, and 70 dra goons. The Indians number 3,500 men. ordinance to establish grades," passed j llv v'ntue of nn onler of sale lo me directed j-j irom ine uouu ot xj uninon rieas oi .Meigs County. I will offer lor sale at the door of the Court HuiiNe in Poineroy, at 10 o'clock a- m , on the ii!i ilay of August, 185'J, the follow ing described property to wit. The easterly half of Town Lot No. J3I, iu the Town of E'onieroy, Meigs County, Ohio; nnd sold as the property of Freedom W. Stevens et al, at Ihe suit of Heuben GtUilnu. Appraised at SfliOO 00. Terms of sale, cash. J. V. SMITH, S. M. C. Julv 19. C9-5.-Sl.60 seryed with nearly equal aud effective vigor, but the Austrians greatly slackened their lire, ami eeveral times took up new positions, while. tie Sardinians poured a rapid and uninterrupted shower of balls upon them, suspending only for a few minutes at a time, and then renewing it again with redoubled fury. The wind had now trone down. The air ' was still. and the sound of musketry and cannon was distinctly heard. The former was contin uous, sharp and incessant, sounding like tne constant and irregular pattering ot hail upon a roof, while the Utter was suspended occasionally, but, wh'le it lasted, was grand and terrible. - , Over ihe Sardinian l ark, arose a dense while cloud of smoke, directly i"jvard, its fides perfectly upright, and well defined, spreading outward both ways, at the tp like an eii'irmous sluaf of whe;it. The shu lor, ft peaceable citizen, that he should cro into a tavern and treat them. Mr. Taylor refusing, was seized by Eaton nnd knocked down, when Bnrke put a pistol to the back of the prostrate man's head, and blew out his brains. The murderer escaped, but Eaton was arrested. MuiiDKR at Charlrston, Va. John ITagermau was murdered, hisl week, at the house of John Honeyman, nar the head of George's Creek, Kanawha counly, Vir ginia. He had gone there with some of his neighbors to help Iloneyiuan hoJ his corn. After upper (hey all got drunk, and quarreled, when one of the party, it is not ascertained which, struck Ilaermnn with an ax, cleavirg his i-kiill. Tloney man and a man n.-imed llooke, have been arrested and committed to jail, to answer the cIkuoo. Cin. Gazette. AN OUDIXANCE f ii relation to the construction of aide-walks on Front Strtet. Sr.c-rro.N I. Hu it Ordained by (lie Town Council of the Town of Pomeroy, That all owners of lots or parts of lots, nhuttinm' on Front Street, and lying between the east line of Court Street and Lot No. 82 are hereby re quired to construct, and keep in good repair, opposite their lot or lots, and upon the grade established by ordinance passed on the 11th day of July, 1859, a good and substantial side-walk, six feet wide, of sione, brick or wood, and on a i$r.ide of one-half inch eleva tion to the foot from the curb-stone to the line of the street, and to have the same com pleted by the first duy of September, 1839. Sec- 2. If the owners of lots eleel to build said side-walks of stone, the same shall be of a hard nnd durable quality, and dressed to :m even surface, lf of brick, the same shall be of the best finality of paving-brick, and well bedded in sand. If of wood, the san.e shall be of oajt plank, not over six inches wide, nor less than one and o le-l.alf inches thick, to be placed upon a Rood, substantial founda tion, nnd well anchored. Skc. :i. If, or, the first day of September, laay, said siue-waiKs are not completed, then, and iu that case, it shall be the duty of '.In; Street Commissioner to furnish materials and construct all sido walks so remaining unfin ished, lo keep an account of the cost of the same, eeparalely, against each lot or part of iol, by its number, and name of its owner. and report the same to the Town Council. ! Skc 4. All bills reported by the Street Com- ! nnssioner lor materials and labor furnished to construct side-walks, under the third sec tion of this ordinance, shall, ir found correct, be audited aud paid out ol the fund of the town. Slc- 5. All moneys hereafter paid uut of the funds of the Town lor Che purpose of con- I slructiiij? side-walks, under the provisions of i tint, ordinance, are hereby declared a debt due the Town from the owner or owners of the lots so improved by the construction of sai 1 side-walk, and in the exact proportion to the cost of the same, adding six per cent, per annum interest, and live per cent, lo defray the expense of collecting ihe tame. S-'kc. 6. Thai so much of "an ordinance to establish grades tad require the construction of side-walks in the Jown oi Pomeroy, pa.iscd Sept. Hth, IS 19, and so much of "mi ordinance lo establish grades," passed Sept. 6lh, 1851, and so much of "an ordinance iu regard lo certain side-walks," passed Sept. 6th, 1851, and so much of "an ordinance to amend nil ordinance iu relation to certain side-walks," passed Aug 18, 1830, as conflict with this ordinance, be and the same are licreXy repealed. Passed at I'ouk roy on the :i!h dny of July, 1839. J. OA KTWKRillT, Mayor. t'rn. II. rjaow, IU'i'"id'r. Sale of Koal Estate by Onler ot rrobate Court of Washington Comity, Ohio. On tlio IStlt duy of Aujmt, 1RW, nt2 o'clock P. M., mi the prcuiiHei, iu I liu Tuvvu of Hliuffjcld, Molgs County, State of Ohio, will be gold to the highest liiililer, tho following Heal Kituti as the property of Jt-sso Thorntiury, docnitnud, to-wil: hot So. 0 in bV luin's Addition to tint Town of KluttHidd. in tho Countv of iMuijTH, Sluto of Ohio, it boiiigli-l lent front nud 90 fuel ilm'p. Appruiscd nl S3IM1. Tonus of salo, ono tliinl in luinil, one-third ill one your, nnd ono-third iu two yean, with interest. LKV I SHIbl.US, AUm'rof Ji'isu Tliorubury, doe'd. July 10, ltT.n lu-5t NEW. GROCER Y rpUE UNDERSIGNED has just opened an X extensive assortment of Groceries, Pro visions, Queensware, Shoes, oic, &c, nt Jennings' old stand, near the Rolling-mill, which will be sold UNUSUALLY LOW, FOR CASH. Constantly on hand Huekwheat Flour, Prunes, Corn-meal, Cranberries-, Oat-meal, Sueur, Dried Apples, Coffee, Dried Peaches, Tea, Potatoes, Molasses, Hoinniany, Sirup, Pearl Barley, Vinegar, Iieuns, Bacon, Peas, Dried Beef, Raisins, Codfish, Currants, Mackerel, White Fish, &c, &c, C. E. DONNALLY. Pomeroy, March 1. 2-9-1 y BAKERY & C0N1WI IOMRY; FKOiVr STIOEKT, Pomcrcy, O. IHIEAD CRACKERS, It Fancy and Oru a mental Cakes, Candies, iVc, at wholesale and retail: CRACK KRS DY THE BARREL, constantly on hand, as tow as in any other ni.irkel. CANDIES, by the i;Mantily. al 13 ceuU. l!y purchasing Butter or Soda Crackers at my establishment, a' retail, yon ran saveevi ry tilth pound, I sell I pounds lor 'J3 rents, ij liliii. A TKINSON.