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The courts have decided that refusing to take a -newspaper from the otttce, orflemoviiijr and leaving .It uncalled for,ispriiuafacie eridence of intentiouat JTraad.-. .;, ..v aw.- ... . ,, .'. . f .- ; . ,i. -TEtEGBAPHjJOB OFFICE : la connection with our Newspaper Estab lishment, we have a complete Job Office. ;; We : are therefore prepared to execute : r .Such as Posters, Programmes,' Bills of Lading, Cm Heads,, Bus in ess and .Visiting '.-'h,& t jCarda, JJlanks, &c, it . . !. ity Prio'!ii,v''i We call the special attention of this commu mity to the abBverp'roBOSitioar and desire an in vestigation eCkiifr w'ork'and prices; . , Attorney and XJiiunseior at "Law, Pomeroy, 0. Office itt Edward's Building. j at'a. aoaMir..:. ..;. jr,.-.' ;i!f . 'V-. arainnT. j " ; BlTBJIAPdb 8TAKBBBY,. Attorneys and Coanflelora'a,t Lkwl Particular . ttoitioTi paid1 toUwollection, MJlaiuls. Of . . fice on Front , street, at the head of Steamboat ? Landing, a few doors east of the Gibson House. -Pomexoy, O.. ,2-38-ly : . j IlidPsOK I.A8LEY, : ,, ; Attorneys ,& Counselors at Law, and general 'collecting agents, Pomeroy, O. Office in thej OtMirt-Hodse; , r;.. 2-6-lyi ' THOMAS CAHLKTOS, J Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office, Lin a street, east side, two doors above T. J. Smith's Shoe. Store, prksit'e the "Remlhgtoh House." 'All' business entrusted to his care will receive prompt attention. , - . .... i .. 1-34. j a. aaowi.es.- mi . i - o. h. aiosvaxoa. T KHOWtES ate GROSVESOR, . 1 Attorneys At Law, Athens, Athens County, O, -will attend the several Courts of Meigs County, on the tfrst 'day' of each term.' Office at th 1 ial so- -.?U-.-4 BVCilllCFITH, ..1 :- M. D Chester. 0 tenders his nrofessional .vice to the citizens of the surrounding countr.; i 1 t riX -le JOBS 8. DAVIS. . lias .his, Plauiug Macjiiiie, oft Sugar Riin, Pcmc :roy, in good order, and: constant, opei-a.tion.t-"Flooring,' weatliCT-bojtrditig, &c5 ' .kept cop "stahtly on hand, to fill orders.'.-" V. ; ,y-6j ,t:,.X',', PETEl X. A3IBK,ECHT, ', . , Watchmaker & Dealer hi Watches, Clocks, Jew elry and Fancy .'AHiclcs; 'Court street,' beljiw tiie .'new. Banking House, Pomeroy. W ate 18, blocks and Jewelry carefully- repaired on shevt 1 1 'Watohmftker and Jeweler, and wholesale and retail dealer; in Watches, Clocks,' Jewelry ,nd .Fancy Goods Front street, below the '.'Rcnung ton House," Pomeroy. P&rtieirlar attcuiou "paid to repairing alt articles in my line. ;"' 1-1. , - " jbi . T- WHITESIDE, , Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes, three -doors.above. stone hridge. ,The .best of ff work, for Ladies and Oentlemen, made to order. BIeQ,TJIGG . SMITH, f Leather Dealers a nd Finders, Court street, three doors below the Bank, and opposite' Branch's More, Pomeroy, O. . ; - ', ; ' " ' " , SUGAR RUN SALT COMPANY Salt twenty-five cents per bushel. Office; near the Furnace, 1-1 j U. OKAflT, Agsnt. POMEROY SALT COMPANY J Salt twenty-five cents per bushel. ' i ..-l f,; OABN9T. 8AX.T;pMPAV. .!. Coalportt Sdlt frwenty-fire'- cents4 per bushel .for .country Jrade. -.trrW. COOPER, Secy. !.JiA'u:!lW4.,FAixBaW'4 !Clothier.: Grocer'-and drv - Goods -Dealey, first .store1 ahovM P- E- IJohhally's,' near1 the; polling ;' aiiiij! romeroy,-v..-. country -Mercnantsare re- speCTTUHjr requested ro can ana esram raj stock 05 urocenes, as: am ponnaent ,tn ,i baiinub UC UUUCIDVlUt ... 1 " I .'. : 'i : :.''. '--; '.''.', , 'Painter" and !6Iazier,-back 'rooiri' of p. Lam recht's Jewelry .Store,, West side.. Cout street, Ponroy,;0.u-.c .':i Hut !.! i. i bM ' ,:jpjsKisBi.sTiH,;,.,-. , : Saddle, Harness and Trunk ManufaC-? turer, Front street,; three doors below .Court. Romero v. will execute .all work, -eh- -trusted to his cure with oeatneas and dispatch. Saddles gotten' lip in the neatest style.1 1-2 i Carriage & Wngoa .Manufacturer, rJCI -Front treeL first - corner below the BoUine MilL Pomeroy, rO.---AH articles in his -ilns of business manufactured at reasonable rS lurability., . , ., v . ,:, s 2-6-ly . .r-.ivv-.W peter CROSBiEr .--.'r; .Wagon Maker, Mulberry street,, west OhtSra gies, tarrjagee, Jsus, : Ail orders niieu on snort otioe..r .vA-t'.ii .t . p.B. HUMPHREY, Blacksmith, back of the Bank Building, Pomeroy, - O. Farming Tools,'- Shovel Plows. Mattocks. Hoes, &c, on hand and AiSTl FJS: quintessence'of SlaeW. propa- '' . - ;.- '';"';. ' ' w. VOIDS. r fc. mKnu. GOLDEH TOWSSKITD. , Attorneys Law. W. B.- Golden s Offiea in TbAZZ ?Z sollection of claims, and other business en- trusted to them. ."';;,,r. . H 2-M-iy . er VvtTSD states, hotel,, y wrA.:" ft the Boiling Mill, Pomeroy, O. k By endeavors hITi etantly increasing patronage. 2-6-ly ' ", '. ' A. KOHL, ' Dealer 'in and Manufacturer of Umbrel las. "He holds' himself 4n readiness to ZXS also buy' w"3iVv JUuibrellas t HVel prfces. Shop on'-Linn.street,. north of Smith's Shoe; Store. ' "--' -'- -' sr." M .i t. u:. I, sic womm inivrui uie fuumi uw w KSfeta 15urns; Bruiws, "Sprains Cuts, Salt; Rheum, iviiiK."rii. xiUun.Hiiiii , v nunv-MU ,.f tlm V-ir.,1 : Prinn. 25fflnPerJ0i; . Jan. 3, 18Go.-3-tf PIl'M W it ii V--! 'P if I iVi' U f H a v u. 4 a v a - m u uuu iwa 1 xxt T.. A., PLANTS, EDITOR. TUKSDAV, t 1 1 t Jj January 17, 1860. i ,i - " KDITORIAX. CORRESPONDENCE. I Demeera.Ue Static Convention. ! . ' . Couimbub. Jan.5. 1S0. The great'Itembcrnfco Convention has ! closed its arduous labia after the fierc- 1 , i . . J . i"y:i"i 1 Ktvo rWnAaaiaif; of and GimilaT fAFll'J va :n c -.rlkte. ,t to Represent the party ithe 'Charleston Convention in A pril next, f That the 1 , friends of iougla3 were, in a majority in the party in Ohio, no one seemed toa dnpk, me patriots disappeared Jrom jAunt.nil 5t.h the hone of securing I the citj to carry to their respective coun- hp ' nomination knd" possible election, the politicians of1 the pattyj5 with an eye to thet future, desired to . be,"excessively deVoted to the fortunes of he Illinois Senator. . s While those Who HOW hold the Federal omoeS, knowing that their places depended upon devotion to "Buchanan, cime up in mass, inspired by any amount of patriotism and perhaps of something else. We are not about to report the proceedings, for that would bi utterly itnpossible, but to give a very faint idea of the scene; j To reach the end arrived at, required the skill of practical engineers. The various factions were first, intent ijpon undermining each other. . and then to KonstrueVsuch aidouble-face4 plat)rm thai eVey local prejudice and sectional fanaticismcould swear by, that the votes ef the unsophisticated masses might be' obtained, and the Government continued in the control of the Southern disunicn fets,' through whom the' slippery doiigV faced' politicians of:the North 'migt preep'lnto the Federal offices as a reward for servility.., But to accomplish this all factions must be conciliated. -:' 1 I7 c-rtT llSnna ..M" r-P TtfrloO 'mfl popular sovereignty "were therefore, in-, kroduced, at which the Administration? ists set up such a storm as we presuiae was never witnessed before in any body of civilized men. ; But after all the sereeching, the howls an,d . hissesj and threats of dissolving the Convention had allbfeen; jxhausfedPouglas and,sc4 ter sovereignty, s were ; indorsed;. Thst would .do for one win?." But the Ad ministration was not to be snubbed in that way .! - - A resolution was, thereupon, introduced, fully indorsing Buchanan and his measures. ' This produced a scene beggaring all , description.- Everjr "P0" tator supposed that the Convention must break up in a row, if it did not end in an universal fight; The immortal ,"Joe Geier" pitched into a six footer who called- the little (ieneral a liar, and but for his insignificance which .eaused him .to! be J'ost 5rlhq me'led, kittle! J6e" would doubtless ' have been a used-up Demoirat. j :. A. j , A; Bart tiieGonnttori, f.r ra forjguchit had, become, by , sfime. hocus pocus, Yqarid itself "adjourned" I nitil night. In the evening seEsion the seene was again renewed and kept upfofa long $im J. ' ;At last -ft -enfleman ? witbjlungs Ihetu- strong, enough to be heard above iauH.'pleAd for 'Jharmony i'The ,De- inoeracy! were & 'great ahd harmonious party.' If .they were divided theBlack Republicans would elect theff Prtident. andthcu, ,35 everybjody.jkne thepnion wfluld be 'rnstantly 5 dissott-ed. 'Ife' was an Administration map, 4qut he was a Democrat, and he put it to his brother Democrats if.it was fair, or goodpolicy to . approve of Douglas and his policy,. ami refuse likewise of .Buchanan nd his policy. ' They were both Democrats, and 5 1 1 U? it would require the votes of bM par- J ance. An "inauguration ball" wasad ties to beat the Republiean4 Hpwj vertised to be held in one of thelarge else could they go to the peoble with : Halls of the City. "-But as if ,wa found any hope of- success? - They had in- , to be impossible to accommridate4ll who dorsed Douglas which would secure' aH wished to attend, the Company divided thosig riti :i favor' !;of pdfiuttftikiyiityi-and are now moving in the ntagic-of the. But if you stop here,? the large section of the party Who hold to the oppotu A UV. LI II UUU ailU llilJ UUVVI iuvOj IU Ulyb T IAS, dtdsfied ahd.act jbarmoAiVukll. .This' nolicv settled the.--storm.-' It was mst r---- , ,j r ef . i et. xue iiiiug. j Take.'all sides 'Of all ques- tion8 and gwear that ach k thi. essence of Democracy, ' and "if that don't- ruin ; wib a great excitement in Chillicothe them there will .be.no hope of umbug-. 14 summer in consequence "of the kid -ging the people any longer. I -And so naming of a man named Anderson, who Buchanan, and n logicallyrwitk the hao lived near that town lor many years. Dred Scott, decision, a slave code for the It wjU be remembered that several indi Territories the stealing of Caba, and yiduals, including , some . Kentuckians the pf o!grimnre, pf the J)i pisuhiomsts! gen- erally were fully; indorsed; v1 --This settled the difficulty between the, Douglas and Buchanan factions in Ohio. But it sUU remained to const. 6Vii a platform as would permit the Northern -i. c ..vCl J Lc ii. il ; 'i j to this end it was believed that no pos- sible j ingenuity .could concoct a more pocriticMfenthan, nan piauorm. xt naa Deentned and found "'to'.1 work admirably. T Tie .most extreme slave trading Disunionists, like Hammond,' Shorter and Jeff Davis, could hold up the platform as embodying gandism. While Douglas,: Pugh, and . . v.. - . -- - . ' - 7 their accomplices m the Northeould rep- resent the platform as the perfect embod- -'t vpopiilarOYereignty." In this way the entire South could be se- cured 0n their interpretation of the plat- form' and two or three. Northern States on the opposite interpretation." As . the to South could not be expected ,'tf vote for thepartyinlessBhe.eontrolled it abso- i lutely. and as no .Northern State could ' ''' te carried except on , the falsg pretense : that the platform favored freedom in the Territories, the Northern; pedagogues -mnst undertake the, difficnlt tesk of de- ceiving the people,' and turning them over after' the election to the -tender mer- .-.,.,:.,.' :t7... t.:.' ' i mm nf the slave nower. For.-. (hU mt f . - y "ie ttej W"Uld S6t ofi':e8 in me irce outi, uuu ue permiuea to eaten. .me runaway BK-roeg; oi ineir . . . " , fc?ute rethren, ;Ln consideration itp flewasinthfe; ': into the prejudices of eaflh section. And nrday night, on his way toCi iutiae ;a'lUlui5'50 , ll) uat - . J 1 -t n- i : LonveBMyu mviuiocu me . vuiuiuuau 'Platfofifc n(l instructed, the delegate, to Chari011 t insist oa its re-adoption j by that W-. ...'.... So, b? 8 uemocratl convention, Buchanan and his Administration are fullv indorsed! Douglas and his popu lar gof-gnty doctrine are fully in-, dorsed! The Cincinnati Platform, with j nnonitlface is also fully and unani- ' ..'' J ji o , av . of thil Convention. And after having j accomplisned the great purposes for whicfc -te members assembled, with three ! "'" . .... . " . I ties, $P enthusiasm for the ' harmoni- OU3 y V ' - ' " No. 8. ' - jnmgwriloi of Got. Denntaon Hla Ad- I lfi,atncky Property Moving-The Kf- ; -' Pbiieon Lea;isia.tnre on c- rs- The ChiUtcotne Ktdnatppln- Cause ' ColCbdi. Jan. 9, i860- jjear Mc: This has been a great day ; ;n diis city. The morning opened most ; aUgpieiously. With a temperature as , wanB and genial as Spring, and an at- j mosphere as pure as an infant's breath, th gun rose in unclouded splendor. . 1 he only drawback was the mud which the recent thaw had occasioned but in spite of this the city was" filled with citizens andstrangers'at an early hour, to wit nels the ceremonies of inauguration. Reside the crowds usual on suchocca- - .... - . sions, there was appointed for this day a Convention of the soldiers of the War of 1812, and; most of the survivors of that patriotic band were in town. The military ' companies of the State were fully represented, companies being pres ent from Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colum bus, Lancaster and many other places, and in their fine uniforms made quite a martial appearance. It is said that all in all, the inauguration ceremonies of to-day was the grandest pageant ever got up in Ohio. . Not being a judge of such scenes, and having no peculiar taste in that way ,Jwe did not find ourselves very extravagantly transported by the specta cle.,. But that is a matter of taste mere ly, and the multitude seemed to be well pleased. ::. '- -,.s.-. ',. The inauguration took., place in' the spacious rotunda . beneath . the magnifi cent 'jdome of the State Capital, which was crowded to its utmost capacity. . We will not occupy space with a programme of proceedings which would probably be of no special interest to our readers. The two Houses met in their respec tive Halls and proceeded with their usual business until about half-past 11 o'clock, when they repaired - to the ro-' tunda under charge of appropriate com mittees of arrangement. After the playing o "Hail ' Columbia!" by the military bands in attendance, and the nj-nisr of -ajpatipnal saluto.outsidJLJ.he Auditor ani Secretary of State and the Lieut. Goveinor elect, were sworn into office , by Chief Justice Brinkcrhoff of the Supreme Court. The Lieut. Gov ernor then inttoducedMr. Dennison, jr., Governor elect, who was received with applause, and proceeded to deliver his inaugural address. . . ;We have no. .time at present to present an abstract of this fine document.- It was admitted ' to be able, fearless, and straight-out Republican. So much so that we suspect th Democratic papers will be down upon the Governor and his address. ': We thought it too long for the occasion. But all 'things went off.in good order and to the apparent satisfac- j tion of the immense , crowd in -attend j dance,, to the. strains ot inspiring music pi 7 - . 1 - ' pat-ion in that branch of the programme we are seated in our own quiet , room writing this letter. . yur reaaers win rememnertnat tnere ana Uv S. Marshal, rent to his house ,ii thedead hours ;of the night, and seizepgaggea, ana nana-cunea mm, in presence of his wife land children, and drove direct to Kentucky with their yictimv IJut AridersQn,wpuld: Lnot stav IMnsnaul. TI .Kt, i fi !!anada, where e Uherj this safe, from the ,,clutches 0f tne man-thieves. xut he did not go alone. with; him apiece of Ken- 'y yiuperiy id mts jurui pi a iuny ae veloped aid strong 'man,- Worth in the shambles of the South at lest two thou- sand dollar . So the "chivalry" did not make mucj, in a pecuniiry point of view. But they had the, high satisfac tion of playmg the tyrant, and breaking , M UP an innocept lamily. This, perhaps, saved the Union, as it certainly did give an UiustratioiVof Democracy, ' Dr. Lord delivering a series of six Lectures on & many subjects, in the Congregational Church. Only two of the course haveyet been delivered. He is celebrated as ' lecturer, but other en- gagements haverevented our attend- ance ana we can ipeak but from the ports of others, y . r- ;; re- Whether the complexion of the pres ent Legislature has had anvthinsr to do with the matter erW we d not know, but for some unep; "Theater" has not L ':,V eiplained ' reason . the een opened, and it is ! - qU irill tint lw tlfi- -. - " " f w luier. J U1S IS mett5? Dew in history of this city, mere nas Deen ai a totaUbsence, . ' -'l so Mr, oi tne usual Ihowa. ne. m;n. of strels, &c, which oiWrily infest the Capital curing the wj6iuub vi tue Ag-, uiatiue. vv e nave nuuceu aisu a vci j - ! tt i - '.J ..i - s.-i material abatement of the "beggar" nuia ance with which the members have here tofore been bored. Upon the whole, there seems to be an improvement in many respects. . We do not now remember whether we have given an estimate of the body oi which we are a Member, and have not appearance we think it will compare fa- VI ' ' v' 1 fore congregated m the State. Thereare said to be more old men and fewer very young ones in this than in any former Legislature for many years The inauguration having passed, the House, we hope, will get fairly to work to-morrow. We will probably en ploy more of our space hereafter with the do ings of the Legislature. ". demmuntcateri. For the Pomeroy Weekly Telegraph. Coal Shaft Coal found near Racine Orlg lnator of Enterprise -Flrat Effort Failure "Try Again" New Company : Sncceaa ofNo Hambai-Oiasllty of Coal Coal Privileges Giood Landing "All Right" Racine AheadSI Big Snootln" Sensatloni Racink, Jan. 11, I860. Editor of Telegraph: Dear Sir The citizens of Racine were agreeably sur prised on Thursday, the 5th inst., by the welcome news that the workmen em ployed to sink a shaft for the "Racine Coal Company" a short distance above town, were at last down to a very fine vein of coal. Confirmations of the good tidings, "strong as proofs from Holy Writ," rapidly came in from all quar ters; but in a few hours, the Coal itself, "black and shining,", was exhibited to our astonished : gaze thus forever set ting all doubts as to the coal-wealth ot our town and its vicinity. . . To have coal or not to have it: , That was the question (but is not now!) Or whether it is better To take Boats and "tow" from Syracuse, Than with good 'Ticks and Shovels," . -' . To. dig down and get coal of our own. ; (Which last "wat didf' The original mover. in this enterprise was Mr: W. H. B. Page; of Middleport His first efforts were durins? the winter of 1855-6, but did not extend , further than to present the subject to the minds of our community, and ascertain the public feeling as to granting privilege of coal to the individual or company who would open a bank or sink a shaft. The result, I believe, was, in a very high de gree, gratifying and encouraging; and, in the Spring of 1857, Mr. Page com menced sinking a shaft upon the land of Thos. Pickens, just above town. After going seventy feet, and finding no indi cations of coal, the water also coming in in large" quantities, the work was, for the time being, abandoned. Its; perse vering projector, however, did not seem in the least discouraged at the partial failure in itbe efforts firtput foJ the financial reverses of the year crip pling his operations, he was enabled ir do but little for some time, beyond en deavoring to keep the matter constantly before "the people,", and to enlist the active sympathy and co-operation of cap it ilists who would be able to prosecute the work, notwithstanding the severe pressure in the money market, . After much anxiety and labor he was so very successful as to" form a Company com posed of T. Horton, R. R. Hudson, C. Young, Thos. Pickens and himself. "This was late in the winter or very early in the. spring of 1859. Immediate ar rangements were completed for resum ing active operations. This time, how ever,, it was deemed best to locate the shaft a little further up the river. Ac cordingly eighty -four' acres of land were purchased by the Company from Mr.. A. Weaver, of Letartand a contract at once given for sinking the shaft. The result of this second - attempt we have already announced. A vein of coal five and one-half feet in thickness, and of a very, superior quality has been the crowning success with, which . the com pany have met. In addition to this, the shaft is in close proximity to the river, at a point which has plenty of water the year around, and a .first-rate landing. They have, also, from fifteen hundred to two thousand acres of coal secured them by the surrounding land-owners; which, altogether, must be a very valuable property.. On Tuesday last, the day that the Company met at the shaft, the men who had opened it resolved ' to give them a. miner's welcome. "Old .jZack". was,! therefore, in requisition, from Pomeroy, and the hills and valleys made to rever berate with the echoes of his thunders. The day passed off pleasantly tq all con cerned, and its events demonstrated that Racine, ahead in nearly everything else, is destined soon to be even in de veloped mineral resources. The dis covery of coal will, in its results, aid to climax our growing improvement and prosperity. "So mote it be!" Observer. P. S. I almost forgot to state that to the untiring exertions of Mr. Page, may, in a great measure, be attributed the existence of a coal shaft so near to our town.. I say this with no design to disparage others, but as a simple act of justice, to Mr. Page, in which all who are acquainted with the facts in the case wil agree. . , O. : Jg-Itwill he seen by reference to a notice in to-day's paper, that the Rev. Mr. Stewart will deliver a course of Lec tures at the Academy, commencing on Friday evening next. The lecturer will ' doubtless interest his hearers'. J Let all attend who can. S&rOn Friday, Saturday and Sundav !,i . ... . , .. tne river rose at a rgpia rate ana It 'Was generally thought that it would be over the banks by -Monday morning, but It mmrA vprlinrr K,,nw nlrrltf vuuiuiouvou icucuiuu. VU and is now rapidly falling, ,ia uouioasiouai news of impor- wtuvc ISg-.'WV had intended to notice the broadcast seed-sowing invention, for which Spillcr & Todd are the agents for this and Athens counties, but must defer it till another time. . tThe regular lecture in the coarse will be delivered by Horace Holt, Esq., of Rutland, before the "Washingtonian As sociation" of Pomeroy, on Thursday eve ning, Jan. 19, at the Presbyterian Church. By order. W. J. PRALL, Pres. tga.A great amount of our space is taken up this week by Gov.' Chase's Message, which we see universally styled as the "Model Message." We have no apologies to make our read ers for publishing it, as its perusal will compensate them for their trouble, and it. is but seldom that we devote so much of our space to lengthy documents; be lieving that readers generally ' prefer short articles. tL.As we had hoped, the report in circulation last week that the Grey Ea- o-Z&iiad been cut down by ice at Cincin nati, proved erroneous, bhe made her appearance at. our, landing yesterday morning safe and sound. Persons hav ing business to transact in Cincinnati will find it advantageous to patronize this boat, as they can rest assured that it will be well attended to, and a speedy return ma5e. We are glad to see our old fellow-townsman, "Dud" Curtis, assisting Mr. Oakes in the office. He will prove a valuable acquisition to the boat. . ' iOn Thursday night last Mr. Mont gomery, one of the, proprietors of the Wharf-boat, procured assistance to watch through the night, in order to be on the alert if the ice, which completely filled the river, did any damage to the boat. -All night long the faithful watch was kept up, and as grey morn made its ap pearance, the sentinels seemed to think the danger was over, and concluded to take a nap. They had not bee'n asleep long, before the ice gorged against the boat, and broke - her fastenings. The noise, however, did not awake them, and the boat had got fully under headway and was on her downward course,before they, awoke But it was-too late. The ice surrounded them andT assistance could not be given from the shorn. ? P. S. Since issuing part of .our edi tion, the Boat has made its appearance atourlevee. ; ' . Feavrfnl Disaster at Lawrence, Bias. FALL OF THE PEMBERTON MILLS. One of the most terrible catastrophes on record occurred at Lawrence, Mass on the 10th inst. The Pemberton Mills fell wit a sudden crash at about five o'clock, while, some six or seven hundred operative' were af w6rk!'"-The mllls'tare a compIcte;wreck. - " ' " Irom the best information that can be gathered the building appeared to crum ble and fall Irom the eastern corner or end. it ie.v mwaru. . ..- , t. i ii : j .. .. About half-past nine, fire was ' discov eriTd. this auumonai "urrur sirucn. V. , .... . - :.t l t. terror to the hearts that had before been hopeful oTsavi'njsr more lives. We find the following in the dispatches from the scene of the disaster: 12, Midnight Calamity succeeds ca lainity.- In ten minutes the whole mass of ruins has become one sheet of flames. The screams and moanings of the poor creatures can be distinctly heard, but no power can save them. 1:30 A. 31. The femberton millsare now ' a black, smoking mass of brick, mortar and human beings promiscuously mingled. Probably not less then 200 beings in the flames. The Washington Mill was in great jeopardy. A portion ot the operatives had gone to supper previous to the falling of the buildiug; about 00 remaining. Ihe building was five stories high, 280 feet Long by 70 feet wide, with a wing on the west side 45 feet square, shaped like the letter L. It run 270 spindles: DbO op eratives were employed. Before the building caughtfire, a num ber of those imprisoned .beneath the rums could be seen and conversed with. Drink and refreshments, in some cases, were passed to them. When the fire spread over the ruins they found escape hopeless, and bid adieu to friends, and in several cases gave directions as to the disposal of their effects. in one part of the huildmg a hole was battered through the wall, and through it could be seen three young women, who said they were not at all injured. One thrust her . arm through the small hole and begged to be drawn through it, but before the aperture could be made large enough, the flames drove the men away8 and the prisoners perished. Lin rentc:, Mas, Jan. II, '60. A squad of canvassers was organized, and the whole city laid out into small districts, and a pretty thorough canvass was entered into the : men going from house to house, thereby ascertaining in every family where persons were either wounded, missing or sate. 1 he sum ruing up shows that 162 are missing. This embraces all those of which no tidings have been obtained. It is admitted by those who have gone into the investigation, that 52 persons are yet immolated in the brick and mor tar. 130 dead bodies have been re moved to the City; Hall, or . delivered to the recognizing friends. CIXCINNATI, TOMEROY AND SYRACUSE. SIDE- WHEEL s5 "' ? - - - - - SEMI WEEKLY PACKET, "GREY eagle;" A '. HONS A LLY, Master; PRANK. J. OAKKS.Clk.; Leaves Pomeroy every MONjJAY at 10. M. and FRIDAY, at 4 o'clock a. h. In older to make time we are compelled to leave this eur'y. Leaves Cincinnati everv WEDNESDAY and 6AT- UR DAY. at A o'clock r. m. This arrangement is permanent, and the boat will 1. .. ........... An.i . 1 ti . - . 1 . tious uud speed hns no equul. Will do business at regular est iblished rates, and trust that the citijens omeroy aaa vicinity will giw as their patronage iuflu"'ce- . : s.u J tiighest market value, at H. Frank's Gio c r stablishment, I'omerov, O. i 2-7, ' . . S, S. SILVERMAN, Ag'U $22,000 WORTH OF GOODS . TO BE SOLB:OFF: AT S3 itt awe: TJG I WANT YOUR CASH, AND IF THE GOODS SUIT, PRICES SHALL! I have everything in the Dry Goods line: Alpacas, white goods, Brown and Bleached Cloths, (Jassimeres, Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, 1 HARDWARE. Glass, Nails, Locks, Axes, Cutlery, Coffee Mills, Scale Beams, Brass Kettles, Log and Trace Chains, Horseshoe INails, CARPENTERS TOOLS. Planes, Saws, Chisels, Augers, Hatchets, A1SO, ' . -- . COOFEKS' TUOL3.: Tress Hoop Adzes, Broad -Axes, Compasses and Knives of all kinds.' BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS. ; Bellows Vices, Anvils, Files, Horse Rasps, Stocks and Dyes: also, Shear, Cast and German Steel, Buggy Springs and Axels, Wagon Axels,. Woodwork tor .Bug gies, and Busenr lrimminzs ot all kinds. I would call the attention of Builders uiuius, ait iiiuue wi viear line r iuc. O Xj O T IX Coats, Pants and Vests of all kinds, and Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Also, a- large and complete stock of Custom-made Men's and Misses and Ladies' Shoes of all kinds. I keep Wrapping Twine. .'-- --is . ', rr A T T . O W If you want a good fitting Coat, Pants or uooag lor manuircturmg purposes. norK aone ) , f r. TI- i , no sale. ...... -s .,. The above and various other articles not mentioned will be sold without -reserve. "at cost, for CASH. Give me a call. ' - Pomeroy, O, Jan. 3, 1860. W. J. PRALL. PMAL3L, ;:M DEALERS Il;r STQIS, 4T P R AL L' S Court street Would respectfully call the attention of this community to one of the greatest improvements j G 0 0 K E IJ G EWW1E TOwa !.. wwl oviV- a.,a.nr fMm' M.UJ3 JJUriAlAig VI IUC gt) U IX A OllAVaVC COl IDlUg 1 VU1 au ner cent ot ruel is saved, ana a more intense bottom of the Oven. o" In introducing this greaty-improved "GasBurmng StoTe, we wish it distinctly understood, that it is not our design to use - In disposing of then., but 'will WA&ttXjfT' every TIllS id rrT itk AnlW VtAf iaott A MmVtAA oaIKtw au.w n UVU wuv Wa J jjiatfugm TV V inVW0C OVttlllgi WOOD COOK . - Without dwelling upon . emae our notice by announcing that Tiur PARLOR AND OFFICE STOVES uan t ne oeat, either in quaaty, or in. cheapness; and weefjteoaipetition. ME1ULL1C HYDRANTS , Cept constantly on hand, ur BlUCJL. i J : , 1 In addition to our heavy ana manuiacture to oraer, To Tns Citizejss or MeigS AND AnJOmso ConsiiEs: . . ' ; ; ' - f - - " The above remarks will demonstrate to you, in a certain degree, the nature of the busines we intend to prosecute: The manner in which it is to be done, naturally suggests itself. Do you wish to buy on credit? Then you' have simply been wasting your time in reading our "card. We. cannot sell at our prices without losing money, if we have to credit. We nave tnereiore, of" ' ,1a- .ZaL And exchange for Old Metal, Brass, Pewter, marKei vaiue. - , Past, experience has proven the beneficent results of the cash system, to both rnrchaBer and seller, and it is for the benefit of- our customers who can buy much cheaper as well as for our own who can BUY and SELL cheaper that we adopt this, system. rt't.t Wc respectfully invite you to call and. see wish to purchase or not; but we warn you4 as it away till you have given us a call Aug. 16, 1859. ly A G 1" E" T Thirty Dollar Double Lock-Stitcb. FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. A Beautiful Gift for Husbands . io their Wives and Daughters. The iiitroductlou of this most beautiful and emi nently practical machine will bring joy und glad ness to the hearts of thousands of our country women throughout the lain!. ; it is pronounced by the befit -ju-iiu6 to be the mo't simple, practical an-l durable Machine nov before the public, und the most desirable for family inc. being reliable and ac curate eu all kinds of work, using auy size and kind of thread, from No. 8 to 21)0. It will sew with equal facility the thickest and thinnest goods used In a family. We enumerate a few ef its superior advantages- . Ut. it makes thu strongt, most elastic and du rable stitch of any yet made. 2d. It lias the best and most reliable feed and does not breuk needles. 3d. It sews from two common spools without re winding. " 4ih. It nscs no oil on top, thus preventing the damaging of goods. . 5th. It runs with great ease, and quietly. 6th. It ran be understood aiid operated upon with aery little instruction. 7th. it is sold f r the low price of thirty dollar. Specimens of its work will be sent to any one de sirous of seeing them; by letter, or the Machine and work can be seen at the agents' residence, next door to lit. Train's vidice, near I lie Bank Building. McnASTUs SOiX, Sole and exclusive agents for Meigs, Athens and Washington ( oiiuties. Ohm. (.Ian. 3. r9. t-if horticulture. FRUIT TREES. : T. P. Fogg & Son OFFER FOR SALE SEVERAL thousand Grafted Apple Trees, of a suitable size for setting out this Fall. Price, Ten Dollars per Hundred. balcm tenter, Meigs County. Ohio. otu.. i 1859. 2-37-tf AMD FRUIT FARM, - - Rutland, Meigs Co., Oi, W. W. HUBBEI.L, PROFTOR, Or fcKS Utt SALE THE FOL lowing Nursery Stock, embra cintr all of the most anm-oTed Turin. ties of Apples, Dwarf and Standard JL Pears, Cherries, Plums. Gooseberries. tiniDis. Strawbeiries, and the Lawton Bliickberries. All of the above varieties I will warraat true o name. y7. 'S9.6xa ' w ..x.w. Prints, Delanes, Merinoes, Uobetgs, Muslins, Check, Flannel, Tickings, Sec. Mill baws, Crosscut haws, Butts! Braces and Bits, Squares; Levels. " " to my large lot of Doors, Sash, Venetian vibu, , , ....... I w a Boys' Calf and Kip Boots and Shoes; Children, a large stock of Cordage of all sizes, Broom . x . I H T Jff T3- ' - -': - - - ' I A , ., Vest, give me a call. I have a large lot of Piece , . 1 1 J x . I up in ul-bi. bijik, au. warrunieu,a. guuu ut or i -- - - - - - - -.,--: H.COHEN. ' Front street, three doors above Court, GEORGE I1ATC II '(Y FJLDSTAuB : Pomeroy, O. ta ' wl;. WiBe tUV VUIl JJ V U1V11 ay. --jCjf- ;-fjy neat tnrown totne aus-- ii:v, ' ' Si Store) I' ve sell to'l wTiktCia represented. X7A Vaoa 1m wVin.a.r imtt.AwAt Hoftormo rtf ! I ' y UOf VU AUVDIr (1UU1UICU Atit I Ai 0 VI 1XG - STOVES. ; the merit of the different patterns') We will eon- .. . 1" '.- - . ; i H L. ! i I ) k V. 'J. i 1 T f i kl ' -; ' " ' "' f-S) fl . .1 C '.v: H Y.DR A'NTS ., i and we respectfully invite the public to. examine .... - ......... stock of Stoves we will keep constantly on hand, ivx iyajus.' - -. .. 'i :0"ri i , ' '; j '" : ' i ' i ft conwuueu w sen exclusively lor r- TT -; " s SS -C3L 9 VV--?tt ?; ,CTr::..- '; 1 " i ..' BV - -r. r.-Jvi 1 Copper, Jlags, Old .Silver, '.it; their .highest - ; .. . . , ... .. .' -1 the - improvements tint our Stoves,, whether, von you value' your hard-earned mohey,"ndt 6 lavish ) PJJALL is HATCH. jj. B. .HAMPTON a MANUFACTURER SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF COURT . AND Back streets, opposite the new Bank Build ing, Pomeroy, O. ... - V; June 21, "59. 23-ly.- SOAP AND CA NDLE . M A N U F A C T O RY. THK SUBSCRIBER HAS THE PLEASURE -to announce to the eitiiens of Pomeroy and vicinity, that lie has opened a., shop on Sugar Run, near the Tannery, where he will, manu facture, and keep constantly on hand, any ar ticle in his line of business; and we feel assured that we can give satisfaction to all who may favor us with a call. ; : N. B. All orders attended to as soon as pos sible. DAVID GEYER. Prnrrrrv. 1-1. tf r . .'. -t i.- Jj. MUUHK. Saddle, Hrrness and Trunk LlanuXacturer. T7" EEPS CONSTANTLY ONrAND.ASI) JA. will manufacture to order, all ot the vari ous articles usually manufactured in such es tabliahments. He calls particular attention to his Harness making, and "defies the world" on fancy mounted double or single -Harness,-. Do not fail to give me a call, in my shop on Rut land street, at the head of First Btreet, in Holt's Building, up stairs. Caah paid for all kinds of Hides, Skins, &c, at the highest market price. June 21, 'W. 25-ly.. .; A:U.CI0WLY&.C0., TT7TLL HEREAFTER CARRY OX" THE Y V Carpenter and . J oiner business; Doors, Sash, Blinds, &o., executed to order. From long experience in business, w feel confident of giving perfect satisfaction in all orders en trusted to our care. , For past patronage our thanks are due the public, and we respectfully ask a continuance of their favors'. The Mill is a few doors above f WllliamsonV Flouring i-lo-tr JOHN S. DAVIS, h - LATE OF THE FIRM OF CROWLEY & 1X vig, designs prosecuting the Planing busi ness, at the old stand on Sugar Run." Thank ful for tlje liberal bestowal of patronage here tofore, be will endeavor to merit its continu ance by promptness and neatness. 1-16-tf m 1 l r iraa I & ja jx sxss?" J hintd at togothar with.h luDj tt IS? articles, over any other eaUhlisiinitat i tfto eounty. Eemeraber the plc Mayans a Building, four .doors west 01 ui-nw, Front, Pomeroy. . SJ 8. SILYEM Ajt.'Jfc.V-2-7-ly ' ' ' '- . ,; tt ti XT ':.fs "O OaT'Iiif V" 11 .f ...viv yV-M;1 ; THE UNDERSIGNED OAS JT3T OPEXEP an extensive assortment of Qraetties,. Pro- . visions;" Qnewtiwrvho;'-&cy- -irnr nings' ond stand, near tue jtouwg-juui, waes will be told UNUSUALLY1 LOW,' - Constantly on hand -- fT. Buckwheat flour,: . rrunes,- -' Corn Meal, ?--,. ,jriioeTna, ---i, , , Oat-Meal, : . ugar, Dried reacheft v le. - foUtoes. .v;'-r,oiiMVr :u .Hominy,. s 1 '. . fOpf, , Fearl BaHey,; . V mrw " Peas, -i 5 U r '.: ; Dried Boaf,.' - . Raisins, .: . Codfiah,. , 1 CurranU "r "' 4 Tliackerel,-4 "' White Fiah,; ' :' &e. 'rr Pomeroy, March l-r2-tf-ly v'-" - : ,;S ;:'-,.- J" Qy staltll lSh lTiGD ti ! GROCERYl & PROVISION STOBK. C ASH FOR A : I -YTTrn'pxr. ' " TROTTJiTr IvVyUIN 1 XV A ; , A X V 4-' W-.V - ' :- " ' ' ' TTAS taken the bulldinr on the West earner rl Conrtami Front Streets. In- wMth' h-dasl Ip"""?"",: 7.JuPii-.?u,t?S- wiuiiiiaiuiusi.M manity. CASH PAID FOii FKODtTCaSw" orexchanred for Croceriaa,. at th onlloa of tboso- My business will b dHtarent from otbers-'ls rafar ence to arietr, which wifl comprise at atl time', tmusof DRIED a"RUlXSi and other mrta rial kept T Hm BRjlf;j:tUfc , L win Keep eoosiaatra, . i, .it v-5n"--;at rif B UTTER,. ; : EGGS'!. AND, v.FOlTLS,? to supply thi comranaltrin Pmaroy-nd virtnttr. , . 1 will mention part of aif stock, which will h .... proropttw supplied befotr xhauated, and arlU-aUraya." '" h th bestarlicles in market: .. ' '' y. COFFEH?,t,Tli:A,5 iSUGAlt Rice, Syrnp.' Molassei. Extracts of Coffoe. Vasurtl Salasalus, SodaCream.Tartorprieo-Baett fialoam. (ianare,l;heese, Bacon, llama, huouiuerssua Mdea. Cncuniber Kckles, Preserve of all klud, ftprofw . -Catehnp: OeruaB Castile 8harint,- Spartsatka's- iind othHr Sssp. OUsiCandls. -.,'.-- WOODEN A 'WILLOW'WABE. Buckets' BakrU; 'Tnb. Cburaa. -Brwoaaa.. toil Kope, Brashes. . -- . i4ueenswarebiaswTetaaa nauonav . ; Girars and Tobaeco,.of all.crad, ananlltlss aaU qnalities. ' J - J . ; "- -x ' ' i ' :riOBrpBroarrei, y - - . ! : ;; -v, . - fOSlTlVELY 50 CEEB1T-. 1 ' ' . I :i - . i i . .T.,ai6l.. . . . A CABD :v!! etr-iZ-Ct - ' To the CItitaniof faraaroy and Meld County - I have opened en establishment- or tno aoora mi Ferfect descnptinn 4 UnnK you aeed it. ana Knew , can buy ami sell a farorakly a others.dolnr excla- sirely a cash business.., Will yoa five me aaflh-isal patronafre toeuable ra'3 tn continue. 1 piomiss satisfv jou as to-my ability to sell rheapv . -7-ly. 1 . - v. Uiii t mm rr.K. ... FOB ALL. 52 J THE aubacriber having Jusi returned from. the East with an elegant stoct of' v ii . Dry' Goods,' TTtftions, -XELaXa Caps, iioots, bnoes, cc. ? Will offer them to the public at- tenl per cent advance on cost, for ; ; - "'."i -ltf 4 rGASHvORREADT-iPyZn- In thus proposition, there is no. bunibug. Jidt an actual factv which we would take . pleasure" , In dtoonstrtusc to.-the aauataeuoi o - party favoringns with an examination of stock' and prices, ...tj -v We will enumerate a lew artvelo", S'TiiJaT prices, as an index to the whole stOcfcf " Best niadder prints.;.. ...... .luc per yard Pancy prints.... ...i..-HaWe. ; 6w Good i bleached nuslitt.;.,:.....10o .nti'; - f .bleached musiin..M'...,. "! , . t .a Latest Btvles best' delaines. r to ue Caahmerce.. , .......,.,.,...15c i '.jj TMt fine French wool delain..,..50 to76e' - f (Usual price, 75 to $1.00 Idie heavy kip hoesi.i.v.A-J peX&&7: Ladies' calf..-: 25 if'.-' .tyifefer And alf other, coods sold at propArtiohahlay- I pricVs, for 'on, consideration--that wrrtceit'es : ;W i;v:Xt,-;; . sj tyll-Ji-TOJ- - for ihera.h. from this date we -poeitiTely-dis- . continue the credit business for good d tu ficient cause!.' 1 " '- '. 'r . ', -J We respectfully1 askJ an examinatiOnlof rinr stock, and if the Goods suit, prices shall suit. . . , - ... . K. B. WILSON,. 'Jan: 360. 1-tf '4; Middleport, OhW ' -. Times of Holdluc Conrta. . We,.the undersigned, Judges of the rourta- : Common Pleas, in and for 4he' 7th Judicial Bi- e . triet of Ohio do order that the District CiHo. ; and ; Court of Common Hea in.'th stTral counties, of- said Watrict, be held, fo.tk Jf ipou, asiouows:, . ... j . . , . U1S1K1LA ItaAl - WashWlonnj County,' . ;MOndST, i'jyunr--r Meigs-;:-Z..VtiAfP3t j ,T . Monday, " ' -V - . Wednesday 'JV a'r i;.SaUrday,' J' 21. i'! ThumdaV, ' '.- Scioto Pike"-:-'"" Perryi;-'-r Monday, i-.i EeptjyiS. Fairneht;'ii4S ITfM-kinir i. - n 'A V . -.' - . f ? , u, -'''"it' Wednesday, .if ", f.l,,jnonday, ,.,f,4.. Athens. . f. .. neonesuajj; -tj. is. Vinton "' : --i' Saturday, l v Jackson " . Wotidny,;- IJ .-St -.! ; cotava Or rOMMOx plba. ;.i - . -t iiii-iSraf B&Biiion4- 8fr-Yrihll Fafield; . County, Monday, -(Eebruary .27 - Ferry -'--He v- - . . Fairfield r. County,,,. Monday,, fifyji ? , - f.;.- Perry ,".'; "',; '; ,l -Y ' . ? SI. '. .i ' Hocking:,'-' !;!'"nt V- ; Fairfield i. CouiLty,i iMety," Orbeir rt ' Peyryai:Mc.W" -itairc Vs tl';lo- ii.. Hocking i:C ' Second. Subdivision Spring Ttrm..' '-..'. Liwrcnco t'ounty," " Moiday,- February ' II. : Vinton -' - ' f'Ji a-.U. Jacksou-i III" .1 Jitrfi A.iirfj'S.l;'';:-? Pike l-J iMarchl ' . &,-"'; Lawrence '' dounty,' " Slonday; ' May1 1 M. , Vinton - " ' -'i . - -Jackson1 rJ-.u" -'!: vicJ. 2B..J " Pike -Jane r. .;il. - Scioto u , u J ifl. r - ," ,: :' -'! ' FaU Ttrm i Z s'Vr'-iS -Y - ': Lawrence - County, ... ModiLv, Scptetaber-21. . Vinton , -";,-!. .f ..; r . ..24. .. ; . Jackson ? ;", . "", October' r"U. 1. ; Pike ; ' ' "" ' -.' ': - .v2?. -. ' ; Scioto ;-"" " 11 Thursday, Novembef 'S. ' rWri Subdivision Spring Terms-. V , uusuuigivu v.umy-f -. iuonu&y, ortjryi r. LAtnens .;.-Thursdav, March If. Meigs , Gallia'-; .- ' " oicmmer Term.-- 1 iv.1'5' TTttohtegtotf Couniy, Monday,- r ;RIavT' AUiciis&.'i-:. f i ThursdavJ Juno' it i . LMeiga ' , " : ? Monday, 18. ; Gallia -.- " , - ' "5S Washington County,- Thursdayi OctoTwtt, Athens - Monday, -i.;ii,v'i 23. Meigs Gallia 'a naay, Novejaber Monday " '--3 I2, :-y H. C. Wnrfiiiit.r SiiroNAaHir,v December 22,1850 .; ;J50. j. Pxtu--THE STATE OF OHIO. S V - ' ' ''CorfirTTOl,fi:io,ss. 'j;"1-' Uti .- r I, Rodney Downing, ClerY of-'tie- Coert ef Cbmmoa .Plea and (DiitrfaniDour fs,tbe county . aforesaid, ' do hereby v etrtify. that th foregoing order made by .the Judges of -the Courts, of .Common Pleas, in and for th Ytk Judicial District of Ohio, to be erTectly copied from the Journals of said Court as appear f record in this office. - ".t? ; In witness whereof, I. hav hereunto let nry bmosv hand and faxed the seal of our a4 Ri, Court of Common Plea. t Ttmmtjt I thiTglst day of Pember; A. p. V" ' 8-l-t R. lwV, V' 3 '. - . ! ' .- - Ji i i - i :1 V.