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The Msms Coi'NTi- SIeoi.ai. Association will
hold its annual meeting in Pomeroy, on Saturday
MaylOth, at 10 o'clock, A.M. ,
A punctual attendance of all its members is re
The annual lecture will Le delivered by Isaac
Tain, M.D. - . .
CHAS. F. THOMAS, Sec'y -
The Pbys.ciaus of Athens, Gallia and -Metfs
counties, are requested to meet in Pomeroy on Sat
urday, May 10, at 1 o'clock, P. M., for the pnrpore
of forming a District Medical Association.
CHAS. F. THOMAS,
April 24," 1351. Committee.
UNION WOOLEN MANFFACTOttY.
PATRONIZE HOME MANUFACTURE.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT, which lias been in full
operation more than two years, has, within the
Inst year, received an additional set of new ma
chinery, and the proprietors feel confident that
they are fully prepared to give perfect satisfaction
to their patrons. Their machinery bei ng the
Best and most Approved,
and their workmen experienced and faithfui., the
Goods manufactured will equal in quality any in
the East or West, and will be sold at prices nslow.
Who will not patronize the home manufacturer
When Quality and Price
are as favorable.' The proprietors trust that mer
chants and others, wishing to purchase Goods of
the description manufactured at their mill, will
etend to them their patronage. They are also
CARD ROLLS, SPIN, FULL, LRESS AND FIN
ISH CLOTHS, SHAWLS, BLANKETS,
OR ANY KIND OF GOODS,
for customers, at very low rates, but in all cases
the AV'ool must be brought clean. .
P. S. Price for Carding Rolls White, fie;
Mixed, 6 to 7c. J Carding and Spinning, 15c, and
other-work in proportion.
0"The most liberal prices paid for Wool a!ie
Gallipolis, May 1, 1851
CHARLES N. MAD
DY, begs leave to in
form the citizens of this
vicinity that he may be
found at his residence
in Sheffild, at all hours,
when not professionally absent. He is prepared
to execute all operations pertaining to the profes
sion, in a style of neatness, ease and durability.
TEETy inserted in aemplete or parts of setts,
upon gold dlate, with or without artificial Gums, in
so accurate a manner, as to deceive the closest ob
. His charges shall in all cases below, and gradu
ated'according to the amount of labor and material
expended; pledging himself to give entire satisfac
tion in all cases entrusted to his care.
tTLADIES waited upon at their residences, if
OTThe NERVE killed and the Tooth saved with
out sensation of pain to the patient.
0The Letheun will le used i extracting
Teeth, if required.
CANCERS, all kinds; old RUNNING SOIIES,
SCROFULA, FITS, RHEUMATISM, first and se
cond stages of CONSUMPTION, on moderate
He invites the afflicted portion of the community
to give him a call. A fair trial is all he asks.
May 1, 1851 n30tf.
GRAVING concluded to close
tip the Dry
12 Goods business in P
uira-roy. anu giving
no further credit to any one, we respectfully"!
nslt all tnose tnUi'bieil to us, to call Imrnedi
nu l.y and s. tile either by noiecr paymur t.
Don't forget our former notice, "that all
claims due us from the 4ih ' t.f July, 185'),
will be put in suit immediately" for collec
To our customers then, vie liimlly ask
them to coma iirmK-duiely mid' Kettle. It
is important 10 make a speedy wind up, so
os to commence in our other intended busi
ness at a certain time. It is'not our wish to
mnko cost or trniibl". Come now cotno"
nil. RliED & BROTHER,
May 1. 1851. " .. :.,
03" N. 15 Our s;oi4r"6n hand wiil be
sold from 10 to 20 per cent, cheaper than
former prices, or cli -npcr than the same ar
ticles cm bo ha l in a -v other st'ire.
j?. & n.
Equestrian, Dramnfic and Zoological
Circus, Theatre and Menagerie.
UNDER the joint supervision of Mr. Stont, se
nior proprietor of
Stone & ITIoC'oHiim' Cirrus,
and a conjunction of two establishments, to lie
known as the
Will be exhibited in POMEROY, at 11 and 71
Friday, Itlay 9th, 1831,
under a new-fangled Marquee, of the capacity of
nn ordinary sized Uity, lighted vnii Gas inside,
manufactured daily with a patent apparatus, and
with a Druhmond Lioiit outside, next to the Sun
the most potent light known to mortals, with a
Double Cquestrian Troupe,
of the most noted Artistes the world has produced.
A whole trosp of Performing and War Horses,
and ' . -
Elfin Trick Ponies,
More than brute and little less than human.
The LION QUEEN MARIE and CEOl'ARUS'
DEN, in partial fulfilment of the prediction of the
Prophet Isaian. and an
Entire Dramatic Corps,
Producing nightly the grand national melo-dnima of
,'OLD PUT" and "MAD ANTHONY WAYNE,"
Concluding with the thrilling tableaux of GENERAL-WASHINGTON,
mounted on a lik-War
Horse weigtiingraxj lbs-, aiid bornS'lfiuinpliautly
aloft on the shoulders of his "brave Continentals,"
accompanied bv -he martini strains of CANHAM'S
WEST TOINt MILITAHE BAND, and a "feu
de joie" from a six pounder on the shoulders of
the Yankee tanison 01 we spectacle,
irr Admission, 35 Cents only.
dj-Fof tho convenience of the residents up town,
tho Company's splendid steamer, the JUoyaiiiannn,
will be in readinesj to convey them to and from
the Circus at night Tree of charge.
FRED. HUNT, Agent
Pomeroy, May 1, 1861.
Bti OTlCti.-A pet
liiion will be presented
i3 10 the Commissioners of Meigs county,
t ihcir June session next, praying lor ihe
vacation of that pari of tho County road
thut lies on the line of fractions 31 and 24,
in Sclpio township, thai is between the lunds
ftf Juines H. Ilopliins and Thomas A.
Mav 1, 1851. P''
PUBLIC SALH. By virlu ol n decree of
the court of common pleas of Meigs
County, 1 Will Otter lor earn at Uii uoor LI
the court house on the 3d day of June next,
tho following parcel of land, lease hold es
tauto win the louih wesi quarter of the
north east quarter, and ihe south east quar
I r of the north west quarter of section
iwentv-nine, in township aeven, range 14, in
aid couniy of Aielgs. Ordered to be told
ai t'ie property of H u nion Gibson ttihe su t
."of Jam s Murphy. AWra,,.yJJM,J
,Mnslcr Cor Chancery.
May I, 18S1 nuSOwf l.60.
f UIUi!C SALE. I'.y Airme of a decree
of tlie-couit df comrinn pliu of Meigs'
county, 1 will offlr l)r sale ai tile dimr of the
court house (if snid county, cm ttiJ 3J May
of Juno iii-aci. tho following doscrib.-d piece
of Inml, to it 12IJ ocres. east end of 202
acre lot. No. 34 in s.c. 23. township 6,
nno 14, in said county. Orlt-rod 'in be
olii its the f-rrperty of ' artih M'Guir., ami
I others, nt the Miu ol Jiuluh louro a Ap
j iii.sed nt S3G5.
Muster Com. in Chancery M. C
MarJ, 1851.-n30w5. 31.50.
Public sale. ny viriuofadcreoor
j the Couri...of Common Pleas of Meigs
county, I willlIVr for sale nt the door of
the conn-houscf said county, on the 3.1
dtty of June next, tho following lots in the
town of Pomeroy, In snid county, to-wit:
lot 220 and lot 221. Ordcro1 to bo sold a
tho property of Daniel Show: at tho suit ol
Hiram ond Austin Fuller, Executors of Re
solved Fuller deed., appraised nt $3250.
Master Com. in Chancery M.C.
May 1, 1851-n30w5 81-50.
PUBL1C SALE. By virtue of a docroaj
of ilio court of common pleas of Meigs
county, I will oILr for sale at the door of
tho court house, in Pomeroy on tho 3d day
of Juno nt-xt, ilte following parcel of land
to wit: tho south west pan of fraction 6,
section 16, township 9, and range 15, con
taining 70 acres, 'being tho farm on which
G Jorge Wood resides. Ordered to be sold
at 1I10 property of George VVood at the suit
of Win. M'Duwell. Appraised at $3 per
Master Com. in Chancery M. C.
May 1, 1851 no30w6. - "81 50.
SHERIFF SALE. By virtue ol a writ of
fi. fa. el lev. la. to me directed by tho
Court of Common Pleas of Meigs county,
Ohio, I will odor for sale at the dour rf the
Courthouse in Pomeroy, on the first day of
the next term of. the court of Common
Pleas for 6aid county, between the hours
prescribed by low, the following real estate,
to wit : twenty feet by one hundred feet off
of lot No. 2, in the town of Pomeroy, with
the uppurtenanccs bounded as follows: be
ginning at the south easterly corner of a lot
owned by Englehards, thence westerly 100
feet alorg said EnglclinnJs line, tlienco 20
feet in u southerly direction, tlienco 100 feet
piuallel with the first mentioned line to
Sprirg street, thence 20 feel to the place of
beginning. The property of Erastus A.
Rolinson. At the suit of John M. Strider.
Appraised at 82G0.
M. VV. COLLINS, s. m. c.
Muy 1, 1851. 30:5t
OTIUE is hereby given that ihere will
be a petition presented to 1 ho Commis
sioners of Meigs county, at their next meal
ing, fur an alteration of u certain part of the
road leuding from Uruhains Sta ion down
towards liowiiiun's run; said olt'-iatiun to
c.nmncnco tit or near George Wolf's house,
east of J'liinr Wolfs b.trn. thoncs down on
the southwest side-of lVter Wolfs barn
and house, on Hie rise ol ground running
down ncr.vs lVter W'olf's lot and Joseph
Wolfs lot, so ns to cross thj run opposite
Joseph Wolfs huusu, tlienco across Jiihn
Wolf s lot and Iia C Ktinm-ts lut near the
hoiiss now occupied by Thorn is Wilcoxen,
thence down on tho rise close as practica
ble to the southwest-side of Aduin Uurpold's
orchard, on tho lot now occupied by Philip
Harpold, thenca to continue on the rise
running down across said lut so as to inter
sjct the road now in uso ui or near a riso
in the road a fe-v rods east ol the mouth
of the Inne on ilw lino botwjen Adum Har
pjid'j lot and Lu'.iier Donn'sou's lot.
May 22 J, 1851.
5UUI IU! is Iir.by given there mil bo
I fiti petition nrcseiiied to ilie Commissioners
ol Moigs county, Ohio, at there nexi session,
praying lor an ulterai.on 111 the btuto road
leading from Athens to Gallipolis, 10 com
mence in the center of the rond at the
crossing of the en ek near Joseph Howell's,
and 10 t'Tininuie i i tliu cuntcr of the r jud
at Solum Days, so that said road will run
purullcll with the Saline between Horatio
W hue ami I'etcr Aikin, the rotid 10 be loca
leu on saiu wniie lunu, nnu to vacate so
much of the old road as is between thi
Wifksviile road and tho crossing of. th
creek first named. May 1. 1851.
ricu HL,i'j is Hereby given mat a petition
2 J will be presented to the Commissioners
of Meigs county at their Juno session, 1851,
praying lor an ulnraiion fh tho county road
leading from Tupper's Plains to the Brick
beliooi house, in Orange township and coun
ty u foresaid., to wit; beginning near ilu
houso of Joseph Hoit, at a small bridge in
the r:id. thence a westerly direction where
tho roud now runs to sitid lloit s barn
thimce to pass tho said barn and down
drain tn a southerly direction 1 10 111 twelve
to twenty rods, thence around the south side
of the hill, between said Unit's and George
vvorihen s. ilio nearest end best route to
intersect the old road near said W'ortlien'g
llOIISO. A PETITIONER
"May 1. 151.
ALE BY OKDKR OF COURT. On
tho 3 1st day of May next, between the
hours of ten A. M. and 4 P. M., ai the door
of the Courthouse in the town of Pome rov
will be sold to the highest bidder the follow
ing real estate as tho uropurty of John Dovle
Amttnaad, to- wit iU tiuriM PRSIerly hnlfof
lot No. 102 on couri street in Pomsroy . The
snmu to bo sold subject to tho dower of Marv
Fish therein.' Terms of sale, one-third in
hand one-third in Rix, and the residue in
twelve months from salortviih interest on do
ferrod payments. -
VV. PALMER, Adm'r.
of John Doyle, dee'd.
May 1, 1051.
?UBLIC SALE. By virtue of a decree
of the court of common pleas of Meigs
county, 1 will ofler for sale ai the door of
the court houi'j on the 3J day of Juno next,
iho following parcel of land to wit: lot No.
8, in iho own of Middlepori in suid county.
Ordcrod to be sold as the property of John VV
Mathews at the suit of Hampton, Smith &
Co. Appraised at 91200.
Muster Com. in Chancery M. C.
May 1, 1851-no30w5. , 91.60.
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a pi, pi. veud
O ex. to me directed by the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs county, Ohio, I will offer for sale
at the door of the court-house in Pomeroy, on the
first day of the next terra of said Court, between
the hours prescribed by law, the following real
estate,' to-wit: 120 acres of land, be the same
more or less, being the north part of the west half
of section one, town eight, range ntteen, unto
Company's Purchase. Sold u the properly of Sam
ueland Nathan, Jerkins, at the suit of William
Ledlie for the us? of Milton Walker. Appraised
M. W. COLLINS, . m. c.
May 1, 1851 nSOwA 83 00
BY virtue of a writ of vend. ex. to me directed
by the Court of Damnum Pleas of Meigs coun
ty, Ohio, 1 will offei for sale at the djor of the
Ciurt Home in ..lVnurjy, on the first day of the
uext tenn of said Cowri, between the hour. pre
scribed hy Isw, the fallowing real estate, to-wit:
The westerly half of lot number one hundred and
thirteen 1131 in the town of Pomeroy. Levied
on as the property of James Murphy at the suit of
unaries a. Kirby lor the use of Mattias M. Saun
M. W. COLLINS, a. v. c.
Mav 1, l&M n30w5 ft 60
Sale of Real Estate by order of Court.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will in
pursuance of a decree of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Meigs county, Ohio, oner for sale at
the door of the court house of said conuty, on the
2nd day of June next, the folio wing real estate,
in the second township of the thirteenth Range
of the Ohio Company's Purchase, to-wit: The
trout part or the fractional part of one hundred
acre lot number 299, on which James Cahoon re
sides. Baid front part extending from low water
mark in tne unto river hack as far as to the new
street recently surveyed and laid out bv V. B Hr-
ton to the upper side of the said fractional part of
sum iui. uuuiuer zan. oaiu new street is supposed
to be one hundred and ninety feet back from the
present road on the bank of the river. Ordered to
be sold as the property of James Cahoon at the
suit of William McAboy.
M. W. COLLINS,
Special Master Com'r iu Chancery.
May 1, 1331 n30wft . ' -S3 00
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a wrifof end.
ex. to me directed by the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs county, Ohio, I will offer at public
sale en the 13th day of May, 1851, between the
Hours prescribed by law, near the residence of
Isaac uarteton, in Sutton township, the following
property, to-wit: one two horse wagon and one
it zing wagon. Levied on as the nronortv of snid
Carleton at the suit of David Barber.
M. W. COLLINS, s. m. c.
May 1, 1851 n30v2 ti 00
I77"nson A new two horse WAGON well
ironed and complete in all particulars, for
sale by apriin
REED & BRO.
potatoes Early Potatoes the best kinds for
1 sale by npriin ' REED & BRO.
Protestant EpisrooalRev. Thouas B.
Doolev, Rector: Services every Sabbath mornine.
at 10J o'clock.
Pl-CSbrtCriau Rev. R. Wilkinson. Pastor:
Services every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock.
I?Icthd 1st EpiscopalRev. J. F. Givie.n.
Pastor: Services at the upper church on alternate
SaMWh mornings, at 10 o'clock at lower church,
every bauDa'n atternoon, at 3 0 clock.
UomanCatliolic Rev Tueophills Karp.
Priest: Services every Sabbath morning.
German Mel bod 1st Rev. Mr. Gevkr,
Services every Sabbath morning. -
uerman Lutheran Rev. Mr. Habkl,
Services every Stbbalh morning.
MASONIC Pomeroy Lodge,
164, Slated Meetings, the Monday
ening, 01 or before the full moon in each
month. Hall in Murphy's building, Second st.
I. O. O F. Naomi' I.ndffA
Vfrjgfo.TiO. 117-Mooting3 on every Friday
Evening. Hall in Edwards' building.
"' Welfare division, No. 96, Sons
iA4 f Temperance Meetings every Saturday
tsrWtS Evening. Hall in DeCanip'sbui'diug.
H.ilKItiirvi vision No. 292.
nna nf TwnnpTnni" Mnnlincrs nil flMiriln V
tivenings. uaii, Kue'sbuiJdingMiuuiepori.
MECS COUNTY TEfEGRAPfl.
Terms $1.50 per If ear iuwldvance.
THE UNDERSIGNED hps commented the pub
lication of the " Mkics Couktv TF.Lrfci ami " on
an enlarged Sheet, containing TWENiY-EIGHT
COLUMNS of printed matter, 011 clear rid beauti
ful type, and fine white pnper. It is of ftc largest
class, and filled with the choicest reading n tier,
literary, political and miscellaneous. Bung de
termined to excel all our country colovira n-s, we
are perfecting arrangements to make our pnjjr all
that a newspaper ought to be.
Seven years ago a paper was started in this nace,
containing about one third the matter of onrlire-
seut issue. Si years ago we became conncited
with it, and enlarged it to imperial size. Afarfc er
enlargement followed at the end of two years; did
now we intend to reach the maximum in newsrk-
nnr niililishtrxr Vivtlm isRiipnf nlnrirp
1. o ' " " o- 1
Extra Double Medium Sheet, 1
With new press, type, &c. We are detcnninei
that no man in this region of country, shall long
ir have an excuse for withholding his subscription
It shall bo made indispensible to his comfort.
Its LITERARY Feature will be made up of
Tales, Essays, Poetry, &c., selected from the best
authors, in a rich variety of subject and style.
The POLITICAL Department shall be Whig,
and nothing else. Believing the Whig party to
be the true party of the country, it will be our
aim, in all our efforts, to uphold its integrity and
promote its success, in all its organizations, Coun
ty,. State and National. We shall circumscribe
our courso by no narrow views of sectional advan
tage, but shall discuss all questions in a broad,
national and catholic spirit. We shall support
Whig principle.Vmeasures and men now, and
THE AGRICULTURAL Department will de
mand our special attention. The Farmer will
always 'find in its, columns matter Buited to his
business in life. All recent improvements in ag
ricultural implements, and discoveries in agricul
tural aud horticultural science will be spread be
The NEWS Department we intend shall be
without fault. By means of the Magnetic Tele
graph, we are enabled to give our readers the news
of the day, European and American, at least eight
days before the they receive it in any eastern pa
per. And by the same agency we will be able to
Eastern and Western Markets,
down to the hour of going to press. In addition
to this, the HOME NEWS, and the LAWS OF
OHIO, which are of more importance to the citi
zen than any other feature. We find men who
have been taking Eastern papers for years, who
know no more of home affairs, than though they
inhabited the Desert of the Salt Lake. TAKE
YOUR OWN COUNTY PAPER. ......
ICTWe put it at the lowest possible price
(1,60 in advance, 01 (2,00 within the year. Any
one sending us 10 good subscribers shall receive
the paper one yfear gratis. Bsnd 0.1 tolr names
t once, II. T VAN HORN.
PoaisaoY, April, 1851.
77IVIMIIJNDBED Lasts,, Best style and
1 pattern for sale at
Omcnt for sale at
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a rntcf vend,
ex. to me directed by the Court uf Cuifcuon
Pleas of Vintiu county, 1 will effer at public sale
in Coalport,on the 13th day of May, 1S$1, bet ween
the hours prescribed by law, the fallowing proper
ty, to-wit: one double engine aud boi'er aud U.ree
sets of mill stones. ..Levied oil as the property of
G. W. T. Urant ct 1 at the suit of Hampton Smith
&Co. v-M. yV COL1JNS, . 11. v '
May 1, 1851 nWvfl ;". -! 00
Sale by.'fi'der 4rvrtt r
- BY virtue of an order of the Couit, of Couxadn
Pleas in the case of Charles Fv Thomi Vs. Thcuias
JIcKown, to me directed, I-wiIUfler at public sale
at tlie door of the court house iu Pomeroy, on the
2uddayof June, 1851, between the hours prescri
bed by law, the following real estate, towit; ' Lot
number ISO in the town of Pomeroy. Appraised
atSTOO. M. HECKARD,
. . Special Master iii Chancery.
May 1, 1851 n30W . " tl W . .
SHERIFF'S SAtE.-By virtue of a writ of
vend. ex. to me directed by the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Athens county, I, will sell at pub
lic sale, in Coalport, on the 13th day of May, 1851,
between tho hours prescribed by law, the follow
ing property, to-wit: one double engine and boiler
and three sets of mill stones. .' Levied ons the
property of G W T Grant et al. at th suit of
Hampton Smith & Co. , '
M. W. CQtLINS., S. M. C.
May 1, 1851 n30w2 .. -':' SI 00
JUST RECEIVED a fresh supply of seasonable
GOODS, wbi'.h now makes my stock com
plete, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard
ware, Quecnsware, Iron Ware, Stone Ware, Hats,'
Caps, Boots, Shoes, Window Glass, Looking Glass
es, Clocks, Watches, Iron, nails, steel, Leather,
Manilla Ropes, Oils, Fish, Provisions, Cotton
Yanis, Carpet Yarns, Carpets, ilill Saws, White
Lime, Plaster Paris, &c. &c. 'a'
WM. II.. REMINGTON,
Corner Lind and Front streets.
. April 17, 1851. n28w4. , ' . .. :'. ' '
N. 11. Molasse aal Sugar direct from New Or
leans, by the hhd., Vbl.', half bbl. or retail.
D. RETODBUG STMiE.
HAS BKSN TKUroRAIULT mCXOVEO TO
W. H. Reminirton'g Warehouse, on Lind Street,
where he will be happy to wait on his old friends
and customers, and oonvinoe them that he is nei
ther burned out or drowned out, but has plenty to
supply all demands for articles' in his line.
He expects to be at his old stand in another week,
with a new stock, in a new building. Be sure,
however, in the meantime to call at the hayscales.
, " D. HEED.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1851. . '
KALST0N & STIVERS
TTTOULD INFORM their friends that they
V V have survived the ljre, and are now hold
ing forth at their Warehouse on Second street,
where they are receiving a fresh stock of GOODS,
to which they invite the attention of their friends
and customers. . .
Itmay not.be necessary to remind those indebted
to us that this is a great time of need, as all are
acquainted with our misfortune. "A word to the
wise is sufficient."
April 17, 1851 n28lf.
Oir John Franklin This brave Naviga
O tor has not yet beenfound, and his wife mourns
because she has not his Daguerreotype likeness.
Alas! he put it oft until it was too late.
Professor Woolly has taken rooms at A Sted
man's, in Middlcport, where he will remain but a
S few day?, ready and happy to wait on those who
maybe so fortunate as to give him a call.-
Professor Woolly has just received from New
York the Electro Galvanico, which enables him to
take better Pictures than has ever been taken in'
the West, and warranted to be inferior to none in
the world, and cheaper than any before. 1 .
Come on, while every thing is ready. A cloudy
day is as good as any. " '
April 17, 1851 n28w3
FlItE! F1KEI FIRE! .
HAVING received a little shorter no-f?
tice to vacate the premises, we formerly." J
occupied, than the law, in its humane operation,
allows, 011 the night of the late nre,-we ore now to
be found in Win. II. Remington's building, one
door below his store. . Having supplied ourselves
with all our missing articles, we are enabled to
furnish our customers at reduced prices. In addi
tion to our present stock we have made arrange
ments with an eastern importing house to supply
us with the latest importations of drugs at impor
ters prices, and .will receive, in a few weeks, a
very large and extensive invoice of Fresh Drugs,
Chemicals, Basin's (formerly) Roffssell's) Perfu
mery, new Chemical Preparations, Instruments,
Fine Drugs, and Scarce Preparations, never be
fore brought to this market." We. will supply
Physicians and Merchants at a deduction of tweu
ty per cent on their bills of former purchases in
this place, or at the "Circular Prices" of any re
sponsible Pittsburgh or Cincinnatti House. We
warrant our drugs to be of first quality and en
tirely pure; coming directly from under the Drug
Inspector's hands there is no possible chance for
their adulteration. Cull and see what difference
there is in the quality of drugs and ascertain our
prices. J. P. FLEMING, Druggist.
We have just been informed, by letter, that a
counterfeit of this valuable Liniment made its ap
pearance in Cincinnati some time since. People
must he on their guard. . ,' The proprietor has but
one agency in Meigs county that is at the cheap
drugstore of . J.P.FLEMING.
SODA Only 10 cts. pr lb. Incredible? Yes
it's a fact that prime Supcrcarb. Soda, in
the original Liverpool package, such as you have
been paying 25 aud 37 pr lb. for, is selling at the
cheap rash diug store, in Remington's building, at
iu cts pr lb. less than western buyers can pur
chase it at wholesale. Buying our gauds for cash
in the east and adopting the cash system at home,
enables n tn Hrm. At nnr fnnnpr nrtpru in
UaliipoHs, which made such aa.onishmg disclo
surcs 111 the pace of drus in Galha couuty.
J. P. FLEMING.
. S B4113.11 AllILLl, 1 tie
IkJ Agency of this Incomparable medicine has
ecn esinulisncil at the cheap cash drug store,
iiere a tresn supply can De tnuna as soon as the
opnetors fill their former orders. W h''o other
namiions ot barsaparma are tast sinking into
ntrited neglect, this preparation has been steadily
aivancing m popular tavor, and is now the Sarsa
pallia, not of tlie day, but of the age.
- J. r. rLK.YUiNljr.
Iti, Best Spanish Float only $1 pr lb.
it cheap drug store. FLEMING.
MP CIlIMMIESr-Only20cls., at
. ' FLEMINGS
IMIFUGE-M' Lanes, Sellers, .and
amies lock' 8 only 20 cts. per bottle at
VE1LOW OCIIIIE. Only 6 els. prlb.
J. al , FLEMINGS. .
OFAMSII BttOWN.-3-O'.i'f els pr lb,
O at 1 '. .. . ., ...FLEMINGS.'
IIING SODA. Only 8 c'.s. pr lb. at
: .. FLEMINGS.
GODFREY'S CORDIAL, and Bate
man'sptoiis, 5 cis pr bot. at FLEMINGS.
SOOItnG STOVE-Premium No A. iu
V use abiit 4 mos., all perfect, for sale very
cheap. J. P. FLEMING.
'LANE'S Vermifuge and Liver Piils, a'.so
Seller'! Vennifugo aud Liver Pi!'s, by the
dozeu very chefc) at FLEMINGS.
'ALIS'IER'S All Healing Ointment and
Solar Tacture, sold by scency for the
proprietor at 1 ' FLEMING'S.
rjAIN KILLER A Fresh Supply just re
X. ceivedat I rLEaiiJNUS.
ALLY'S I1IN EXTRCTOR, Har
lem Oil, Bilish Oil, Petrfcum, Berbadoes
Tar, Stone, Spike, nd Seneca OilB, at tho cheap
cashdruK store. . , . FLEMING
ANY iHAN who reads our advertisements
from one end If this paper to the other and
wilt say he cant savt a quarter in less man I
month, by buying of vk we will feci ourselves un
der obligations to for over that amount to him.
Be sure you lind the hcap cash drug store in
Koinington's corner, aid dont tail vo renn our aa
vcrtiscmentsinsome oms presence. rLbMllNU
Administrator' Notice Notice is here
by given, that thd subscriber has beco ap
pointed and Qualified k Administrator on the
estate of George H Wolf, We of Sutton township,
eigs county, deo'd. I WM. II.
Aprd 17, 1861 n28w3p
iiMieis unoe regu, bb-
X. sorted sises, from the 1
ted States, for sale at
'!h factors in thevni-
1851.' SPE1NM GOODS. 1851.
ES. EDWAHDS has just received from
the East a large asor;u,ent of new and de
sirable Goods, which in addilbn to his previous
Jt'itk c-ens'jtutes as large tu asst'Mneut as can be
found in this reeion of "country. . ilia articles are
of the best quality, and he will sell at a very u;U
advnuce on eastern prices. Among his articios
may oe found a large variety ol UUJi&a t'VWillttiree ... wi.;rtl rendered her so utterly help
' , ' . ,
Figured and Watered Dress bi:Ks;
Printed French Grenadines, Berates, Tissues. ke
U'A"k, Green flUdMamon French Y.erinoes; .
Black, Green Mode and Mar ion Thibet Cloths;
. Black and Faiir-y Alpacas; - -' ,
.'. Figured, .Plain and Barred Swiss Muslins;
A large assortment of Printed Lawns, compri
sing the newest styles;
French Printed Jaconets, Ginghams, dr.
With an assortment of Worsted, Linen, and
Cotton Goods for Men's summer wear.
Together with a splendid assorUntnt of Triiils if
the newest and most desirable styles.
Bleached and Brown Sheeting's and Shirtings;
ALSO Cloths, Caxsimerus, SatinetUi, Jc.vi:i,
Tweeds, 4c. ' '
Pomeroy, April 17, 1851.
VJ EEDLE WROUGHT (lAPESCii (ft
11 Collars, Chemisettes, and Corded skins, for
sale by aprilH
ENNY L1IVDTHIMM1NG5 of all co
lors, at apilU
BONNETS Florence Braid, Rough and Rea
dy, Milan Edge, Hungarian, Albeni, Needle
Braid, colored Chip and China Pearl Bonnets, for
laleby apriin EDWARDS.
Bonnet Silks an 1 Satins various color.
Crape, Thule and Florence, assorted colors,
for Bonnet Lining, for sale at
Hosiery A fine assortment of Ladies' and
Children's Hose, comprising every variety,
just received by ' apriin EDWARDS.
Lace Boots Kid, Morocco, Calf and Kip,
for sale at npriin EDWARDS.
Linen, Cotton, Jaconet and Swiss Edgings
and Insertings, fir sale at
apriin , ' EDWARDS.
Pieces Bonnet and Csp Ribbons, far
sale very cheap at EDWARDS.
t-1 loves Black, Colored, White Kid and Silk
J Gloves of superior quality, at
(Waiters and Half Gaiters, Kid, Morocco, Calf
K and Kip Buskins, and Jenny Lind Ties.
Also, a good assortment of Misses and Children's
Buskins, and Lace Boots, fir sale at
One Hundred Keaina Cap Paper
Also, Flat Cap, Letter and Bill Paper, at
Groceries General Assurtment of Prime
GROCERIES, for sale low by
teel A general assortment of Cast, Shear,
German and E B Steel, for sale by
apriin - EDWARDS'.
roil A large lut of all sizes, for sale at
9 apriin EDWARDS'.
V alls and Spikes of all sizes, justreceiv-
L s ea ana tor sate very cheap at
I jowdcr 60 kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder
on hand and for sale at
PEO WS.The attention of farm
ers is called to mv assortment of
Plows Longs Patent with or with
out stocks j also, Plow Points and Land Sides.
April 17, 1851. E. S. EDWARDS. '
Tea Store I have on hand a large
lot of Imperial, Young Hyson and Black
TEAS, which I am prepared to sell in origi
nal packages either of 6J lbs., by the half chest.
or by the .single lb, at very low prices.
April 17, la&f. ii. S. EDWARDS.
ollow Ware Alargeossotrtmenton hand
FI and for sale at
K S EDWARDS.
Apnl 17, 1851
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
Wholesale Grocer and Dealer in Foreign and Do-
w mesne Liquors,
No. 4, Main St., Middleport, Ohio.
7ull Assortment. I am receiving large
additions t9 my stock of Groceries, which I
will sell at Cincinnati prices with freight added.
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
UGAR. 20 hhds. N. O. Sugar on hand and
k3 for sale low by GEO. W. HOLMES.
LASSES. 100 bbls. new crop just re
ceived and for sale low by
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
IJ IO COFFEE. 50 bugs superior article
just received and for sale low at No 4.
UEUKU1S W. HOLMES.
1GARS. 20 boxes line regalias;
10 do Canones;
13 do Fine Havanna;
6000 . Commons on hand and
for sate low by
GEO W HOLMES.
I JOWDER, SHOT & LEAD. For sale
at No. 4 GEO W. HOLMES.
EAS. fil chests, half chests and quarters,
' fresh article, for sale very low at No. 4.
tiOAP Oc CANDLES. A good article of
O both on hand aud foi sale by the box.
GEO W HOLMES.
IJAISINS. 25 boxes just received and for
J.V sale low at No 4 GEO W HOLMES.
T3KIME OLD WIHSKEY20 bbls. on
L hand from one to three years old for sale at
No 4. GEO W HOLMES.
OIIACCO. 20 boxes fine Va.andKy. le.if
J received from tho manufacturers, and for
sale low at No 4. GEO W HOLMES.
SYRUP, a good article, low at
GEORGE W HOLMES.
EMONS 8t ORANGES. 20 boxes fresh
I and for sale cheap by GW HOLMES.
148 ACKFREL. 0 bbls. Nos. 1, 2, ana 4
lT.i just received and for sale low at No 4.
UEUllUE W HUL.V1ES,
i ROOMS. 20 doz. first rale sriicles cheap
J at No 4 yEUUUE VV HULMliS,
"ODFISII-A few! drums just received by
,. . GEUKUE W 11ULMES.
I YE STUFFS of all kinds, warranted good,
MJ just received and lor sate low by
GEORGE W HOLMES.
Boxes Glasswarelreceived and for sale at
GEORGE W HOLMES,
HEAD QUARTERS, 12 2.
nOIl EN, has the plea-
Vsure of announcing that
thionjLh every obsucle and
in despite of all misfortune
he is again at his post with
a splendid lot ot
He has pnssed through the
firs and has not been found
the severest sutlercrs, yet
through the kindness
friends, bi't eniablishnient. Phcemx-iike, hns risen
from ils sshes, with all lis foivner beauty and excel
lence ics.o.cd. He hopes his buying friends will
ra''y around hnn and assist m the work of recover
in ir his loss.
His si.ick coiiiifeS of Coats, Pauls, Vesls. Shirts,
Drawers. F'anne t, H.mtlkerctiiers.&c&c.
ALSO Co, lis- Crivnerca, vcstiiifs, Linen
Good Summer C'oihs, Trunks, Carpet Bn;;s, Hats,
Caps, Hoa.3 and Shoes, a.id a host of articles which
a.-e sit iiab'o for ihe sepson.
As it s necctsnry to mtke quick sales lie hps n:
puced the prices of goads, so that he defies compe-
tlllUIli IIO 1 1 'mi, w ii. iu ii.'i, -
Sioro immediately ea'it of the butnt district.
April 17, 1S51 nSJ.f . . .
Ml8 E. ASK1NS,
3?uliilincr and Man'uaniaker.
HAS JUST RECEIVED and is now opening,
. in the basement of the Kihcldarfcr House, i
general assortment of Bonnets, Ribbon's: Artificial
Flowers, Crapes and Milliners Trimmings of all
kinds and of the best quality, which will be sold at
a very small advance.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1851 n28tf.
BROWN'S Cnntl.aridiu Tlwue, at '
SUA RE It SAQSAPARILLA.
HE Great Sprn and Summer-Medicine,
ytwf. More evidence.-. HevlH,
a young lady recidH in cur city'.,..'
: "1. :.' . . cixti.sTi, feb Hh, lr. ,
Thia is tocertify that my sister, Maty W lliuimii,
was attacked with disease in her hip, muethan
less il. at she was compelled to keep her bed
hones of her reeovrip were despaired i f.- Koilo -if
the most eminent physicians nf Coviniftun cndCin
ciuiiali attended- her, all of whom declared her
cases hopeless cue. Passing by Dr. liowes de
pot, an idea suested itself, th.U to try tine to to
of liis Shaker tavsapuiiUa could dp no l.nini. Ac
cordingly I purchased one bottle, and LeLie its
contends were entirely used she received Lcnefit.
I was indue d to try ano'.hcr, and tnuilar; beli.re
the l(st was used she had aearly recovered. Now
shit has no pain, can walk, and has the tutire use
of her limbs. To Howe's Shaker Sariaparilia we
attribute this effective cure. It is but a lew months
since she coii.uienced taking it.
J. C. BELMAN.
Cincinnati L'sily Coiunerciol.
Kemi ruler this wonderful and Dstonihiug tura
was eff-.cu'd l y the use of three bottles cny rf
Dr. S. D. How's Shaker Knrscparilla, the Great
Spring and Summer Medicine j
BEAR IN MIND
It iw the only SnrsapnriUu that nets upon ti e livtr
kidneys and blood hI the some time, iLicli renders
it aUr-.g tiiicr more valuublc to every ere, par.i'ju
lar'yl'emaks. Dr. Mussey, professor in the Ohio Mcilital Col
lege, i,ays thu blinker pi'crji;ira;iousire irjly alua
ble, and rtjcoimuends thtni t ) the ptil lie.
No Mcr?ury no Miuer-il r.o lVi.-;uiir,r.s Crura
in tlie rthaker t'arrnpnrilln.
It is warinuied to le
I'LRELY AND ENTIRELY V EG ETA LLC,
and as ii fan.iiy medicine il has no tnnl.
lie sure yju envuire f jt S. D. llort-f's Sl.aKer
SarsopnrilU and take no uthtr.
Qucrt lotilts 1 per bottle; fix bottlts f r S5.
For sale by O. Reed, Pomeroy; Mai-uet & Nate',
GallipjlisjMcVey it Co., Portsmouth, Ohio; and
by by Dr. S. D. Howe, No. I College liall, Cincin
nati, Ohio, to whom all orders must be addressed.
I ISIELWAIIF Elt
Street, Ponies'or, Ohio. The sub
scriber has fitted ifji a lare and commodious hou3c
near the Steamboat Landing, whtre he is ready
and prepared at all times to accommodate the
traveling public. His houiio is ci.iufjr'.aMc ond
furniture entirely new is prtpircd to accomu:o
date a larre number of bocrler.-t, and rjeiiii; canba
had for private families on the mjst rBSuinLk
tenns. He thinks from the long CNp.;rier.ce that hr lias
had in the bi s'.ness he can give general satisfac
tion. His table shall at all timss be f trui.shed wiih
the best that the market aff rds.
Bassraiie will be conveyed to end from the steHii-
boats free of charge. A careful and attentive Por
ter will at all times be ready to wait un-'a the trav
eling publio with their hn'a je.
r . 11. UIHfcLDAi.I'EK.
Pomeroy, December 12, 1850. nlCm'!.
GENTLEMEN'S DKESS GOtiDS.
The subscriber has just received and is now
openestthe finest assortment of Gentlemen s Dnrss
Goods to be found in the city of Pomeroy. which he
offers to sell and make up when required, into ihe
most fashionable garments, at the lowest prites.
His stock consists of the following articles:
Black, Brown and Olive Cloths: Black. Doeskin.
Fancy and Plaid Cassimercf; Wnck t'alin; Brown,
clack and Steel Mixed Satinetts; Tweeds nd
Jeans; Plaid Cravats; Black Italian Do.iFaucv
Silk Neck Ties; Black Cloth Caps, Navy d.; Net
Shirts and Drawers; Suspenders, iic. &c.
Don't lurget the place lirrulin; s New Clothing
i.sl wit I MM BOAniXV.
lOENTY LAND.--Fortl,of.evl.o served in
Jthe War of 1812 with Great Bri'ain or any of the
Indian. I have received a copy r.l the lite Act of
Congress, passed September iS, 1S00, granting
Bounty land, &c, and am prepared to procur..
lands under the provisionsof said.
Those desiring infonnation concerning their
rights to lands can bo inlonned by rpplication to
me. No change will be made except ;u cases pro-
mg successiut, ana in sucit charges will ot reus, n
DR. J. W. SPRY, Surgeon
Dentist, Portsmouth, Ohio. Will
visit POMEROY, in the first week of
the months of J une, September, December and
March. . march23n21yl
NEW PACKET STEAMER
.'Marietta, Potncro, .ud
Cincinnati. The new, fast run -
ning passsenger steamer, OllJO, M. COOLEV,
Madtha, will make weekly trips between Marietta,
Pomeroy and Cincinnati:
Leaving Marietta, Tuesdays 7 o c;ock, A. .il.
" Pomeroy, " C " P. 31.
" Cincinnati, Fridays 4 " "
The OHIO, is designed permanently for the n-
abovo trade, and the public may rely on her regu
REG3 L12C PO.3i:yJOV &
mIm'HIL. ... .
Cant. A. P. Kerr will run as a regular pa'
leaving Pomeroy every Monday moning, nud Ciii
cincinnati on Thursdays. For fr. i jlit t.r pn..ige
pply on board. notMH.
rf" BOUNTY AECTIOXEER.-TI.nt Cheap
JStove Store man BILL PUALL, hns ln-en ap
pointed, qualified, and given lond as Auctioneer
for Meigs county. .
He will receive on ccmnnssion nnii sim gocus
on the lowest terms. Callnt the No. 1 Wove store.
Pomeroy, March i7, 1S51. no27tf.
rpOTHECREDITORSoflho esir.tenf IIWHy
X sell, dee'd. The subscriber has been appoint
cd and qualified by the Court of Common Pleas of
: : ..r t. r
Jieigs coumy a coiuiiiiMnmer u.i uiu muicui ii
Hysell, dee'd, represented insolvent. The period
of six months from the date of this notice is allow
ed creditors to bring in and prove their claims
against said estate. The subscriber will attend to
the duties of his appointment at. his residence in
Sheffield, Meigs county,. Ohio, for the said term
of six months. S. BRADBURY, Adm'r.
April 17, 1851 n28w4.
' ake Notice All persons indebted to the
J subscriber are requested to call and settle
by or before tho first day of May next. As he is
determined to square up all accounts as soon as
possible, we shall do well to settle.
If we cannot pay let us settle, and see how wc
stand. We can do it o great deal easier and quick
er than any juslice of the peace in the State of
N B. A good assortment of UiJUis a suuhb
on hand and for salo by tho subscriber, Court
street, Pomeroy. DANIEL FLAN AG IN.
Pomeroy, April 17, iot nowj
- wrmrwnCWd T! 1 ' I L' .... ! . . .... n.
. Cotton Battingi
Grass mcu uorus anu riougn imucs;
Grass ahd Hemp Ropes;
Crushed and Loaf Sugar;
Window Glass assorted sizes;
Nails and Spikes assorted.
Just received and for sole by
April 17, 1851. - REED & BRO.
THE BOOK HAS GONE TO PHESS!
Hnvinir finished the Book, we shall now .turn
our attention entirely to the manufacturing of all
Saddles, Harness, Trunks. Saddle
Or, in fact everything that is kept in a Saddler's
slmn. from a saddle down to a pump sucker. Hav
ing been selling worn ior some nine ior iiib prjm
of it, we now mtend to sell tor tlie tuu ot u.
Cull and see us whether you want to uuy or noi
for I am alwavs at home on the west side of Courl
street, one door above Keen oc tiroiner s.
January 9, 1851. ts. enuroui.
Taiddieport Select School.
ri'MlE Misses Baily and McLaim respectfully in
I form the citisens of Pomeroy and vicinity
that they purpose opening aSelect School lit Jlid
dleport, on W EDNESDAY, April 10, 1801.
TUITION MR Qt'ARTKH Of TWKLV WKFKH!
OrthorrsDhv. Readine. Writiint nud Arith
metic. - - - - i'i 00
Geocraphy and Er.riish Grsmmar, . - i 60
Natural and Mental Philoscnhy. Chwnislry,
History, Botany and Algebra, ' - ' 3 00
Painting, French Embroidery,- Wax Fiuii, Wax
and Paper Flowers, extra charge.
Due attention shall be paid to themuiils of the
pupils. . , v
April it, 151 ii'Swlpd ,
To our Fricuu end rf lcioit.
WE thus reg iesve lu itiiomi you nd ihrn'
yjt kmtiae&a our and voKr jr.uidi tri J -.
,lt ii fijHflei-;alkr(iOMl trJ elicwLere na foiatiing .ur .
euMriies it uny ineii1 T;l Uiai ve ntc iiilw lta6n :
' 'm?-rect -front New Orieauad thetWRj ci:itiiv
j a FictiK Stock ol' wccci ics, hwl . -J'
aw now ullehUM sale at r a m Nu t, f re ill eticit, ' 1
IVittm.iuih, 0,iy, and. h.af n.ade arrange n.c n s lo : '
be hesvppii.'d tltirinVale htm. sail p
. Our slock will at ml Cy eoususv i.l jtsty biug
in the Grjcerv line.
Aj;hoU(.'hin theumt'.ero('.uclaMnga-,:J in now
offering ouCgoods t..r sa.e, i iranl.'ry c'.-nlinjhat'"'"'1 j
we havbetn-ndsrill aru d;i:l niirttny I v a I
desire tn pr..nioic otu;ewu iiiti:.s'jNr--ei it ni (l I
nevtttheitss ail'i-rd ,ui pi-tture wacn.ino
duieour tiifciids V Me ' fuh6lf.wttnt ihar-ae
regard t'..r UteuaMlui r inttK5'.s4v ehw Ui d:-.' '
tate. - ' ,
The hackneyed eitdalnie ttm.s, (.l.tp7iheip-. '
il (ill ....( - . .1 ..!..- -. . I - . r I: .
er U an ter,' tnd '(.!ituetl.iiaUifciii I'fii
using, leaving to i.il.eis'.ltawuks. Ii-t.li than oi.r.. '".
selvet) to deiiveaU ihedvan1a,e that en iu
n ii.-fi, -
geut cjrnmum:y li.oycuiieed.-to niWiind t.f-
eeci.-to iiiW Ji'.im M(
OAK bis & B'C.teK
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in Rectified Whis- -
key, Foreign and I'omcstic liq'tors,"'
No. , Froui yr t orttmiouilt, Ohlt.
itgar 4U0 hl.di l-rai-e New Oriti-.ns S.i ar','
en hand and lorss'clow I v Y
OA Kb- & BL'SKJRK. .
141.' oIhm.C8 ifti bbls new cmji, en hand and
1T.1 for sale at No ti. .
t)AKES & ll'JSKIRK-
)io CoiiCC .lU BagU superior antcit jntt '
t' rtceie-d and for in!e a No tj.
OAKt'S t BLXK1EK.
Ro O r paiuit the l orlu I , .
d ar ii:lts at low prints. ,r
OAKfia & BL:-.KII.K.t.; ,
ASSOrtlCCllt M e ate U.iv T-ceivntg
large additions to cur wwk cf Grcccrit,,.':
which we are seliiut; wry l-.w f.r.A-u.' CeCt and'' "
examine for yoarshts. " 1
OHKE BT f K1EK...
lioi, l-owtScr uutt L-';1-1S0 lnj.s Mint, '
O '0 l ec3 r..v.d r-fui
a l Usl; ilCO UKIil '
Lead- r or sale at N 3 6.
OAKES 6; EltiiK..
1 ens In chests, Lalf tes!s, and v.nriert';'
fresh arucles. For tale low l.y '
OAKLS & BL'fcKUlK.
o;ipiiiil3Ue A jood or.iclt of both,
0 n hand and f r sale low by tl.e be..
OAKii:.S ti BlK1F.K.
3 lor Always o:t hand and Lr sileby
t'j & BeSKlRK.
1 . oai hon Yi'liisJicjr ib Bbls. eiThand,
JJ) U'ATi on.- '.o t'.n years i Id, Lr sale at No .
' 1 o;'.c(!0 10 Fine Virjicia Leaf;
J 10 do MiiS'jnn d"i
11 do Virginia Fives;
10 do du Eifcl.i;
15 do Mitsou'i TwcIvls;
1.0 Kes Ky. rt Twist;
Kectived frun. the manufacturers, and f.r sale low
at No fi. OAKEd & BCSKihK.
. cli.ic.l tt'Jislte' From 100 u."o0biir-
rels, alwavs on hand Mid fcrta.o 1 w at No i.
OAKliS & Be.SKiRK.
Jlquors Brandy, Wine, Gin, Kmi', e'.-.,
j both Foreign and Dmc-siic, on hahd and f.,r
sale-nt NiC. 9K:S &B-&KiXUC.
3 Ik. Moisisscs i.0 liu.'elt Bud lC half 1 nr
kU, rels, fcrsa'.e by
Kyc Wlilslicir 3 Uarrois bid Kye,"f i ne
at No 6. OAKES & BlSKlHK.
ar, iMtfi aua OaKuui on hand
for sal j ai No 8 by
OAKES & BL"SK:RX
rAijraa'S 10 Boxes Fine Prim iper;
J 10 Boxes Canoutr;
15 cb Fmfi Iiavv.ina:
60,000 Half Spanish;
10,000 Ccmmcn: on hind ond for mIc low
ly OAKEU fit Blt.UhK-
Mclss Cvmnicu Feae In Ctauc-i y.
Aimirn E. Wood, Ly her")
next friend M. Norwar.O. I re.,u. n for j-.ivo.c0
Joshua Wood. . J
THE said Joshua M"ood is herebv nnlif.c-d, that
on the 21th day ef March A D 1831, Almlra K
Wood, of the said county of Meig3. filed in ihe
Court cf Common Pleas in the cyun-y of Meijs
and State of Ohio, a bill in chancery against the
said Joshua Wood. The object and prayer cf
whish Eiil is, that the said Court rne y decree tl.e
marriage cjntract now existing between tl.e raid
Almiru E Wood and the said Joshua Wood, may
be die-solved; and that the said Jo&hu Wood may
he decreed to pay t5 the said c.'.mplainont a rea
sonable alimony fjr her maintenance a:td support.
And the said Joshua Weed is father notifie'.',
that unless he appears nnl pleads, answers cr do
mutMosaid bill, before the- next ttim of sa;d court,
t'uesaid Alniin E Wood will, on the rst day of the
next term therj.it, or wsoon ther.-of.er as couusel
can le heard, apply hi said court to heur the evi
dence in said eiiie, mid to decree therein accorrlfftg
tj the prayer of s'tid Bill.
fioliciter l'..r Ce.inphir.iiiL
April 24,' 131 nSwj 125.
Ci'ls Cotnmou Ficas la Clianccry.
Elihu 11 fc'tedinfiii and wife, 1
3. Feiilion for Partition.
s-ET11 PRATT and Nancy G Pratt his wife, Mad
M isc.n Elliott, Sumner Elliott, Muriah Branrh,
Julia Branch, Elizabeih Tnrrante; Harvey P Fenn
and Lucy Fenn his wife, Elihu Robinson and Ellen
ftohiiison will tukc notice that a petition was filed
against them on ihe22d day of April A D 1851, in
the Curt tj Common Plens of Aleigs coynty, by
Elihu H fcleclmaii and Adaiiue MKtedinan bin wife,
and is now pending, wherein the said Elihu II Slr.l
man and nife demand partition cf the I'oHnwini;
real estate, to wit: Eighty-two fe-i t off the north
end of Lot No. 15, in the town ef Coalport; and
that at the next tenn of said Court application will
he made by the said Elihu H Slcdninu and Adeline
M S:edmnn his wife for an order that partition may
be made of said premises.
J. liitADJJl. n,
Attorney for Petitioners.
April 24, 1851 n2i)w6 ti 60.
tMSAlN-t-00 bushels shelled Cora in bbls.
f 'MO " Oats in Sacks;
250 " Very hue Potatoes;
100 " Dried Apples 4tPeachesi
300 lbs. Tallow iu casks.
We now offer the above grain by the quantity.
It is nil in linn order and the best quality.
April 17, 1851. RKEU ft BRO.
LUiVIBEH. Bedstead Lumber;
For sale very low for cash by
REED & BRO.
noOl&lNU STOV il. Uue Second
Cooking Stove Premium No 2, l'i.r sale very
Inv by HEleD i BRO.
April 17, is.it.
. invite the attention of Country Merchants to
,t my stock of Notions and Fancy Goods, which
can be sold at low prices aud on reasonable terms,
consisting in pnrtuf the following articles:
COO piuces Bonnet, Cap aud Taffeta Ribbons;
500 dusTitck, Side, Dressing and F;ne Coiuhs;
800 " Whileand colored SnoolTiiread;
1(10 lbs. " " Skein do
100 - Black nss'irted Patent do
100 dux. Artificial Flowers;
100 Elementary Spelling Books;
200 " Uum Suspenders;
2(H) Gross Hooks and Eyes;
300 " Pearl and Agate Shirt Bullous;
5(;0 " Coat and Pant do
600 M. Plain and Ribbed Percussion Caps;
60 " Rockwell & Son and Bates' NeedUs;
60 doz Men's Cotton and Lisle Thread Gloves;
20 " Berliu Lined and Wool Gloves; .
CO " Ladies' Lisle Thread and Cotton do
20 " Kid and Silk do
20 " Military Shaving Soap;
60 " Razors;
SO " Clothes and Hair Brushes;
50 " Shaded Coniforlr;
100 " McLane's Celebrated Vermifuge and Pillt;
60 Packs Pins;" -
Laces, Edging, Fr:iies mid Plaid Greeiiinette;
Silk aud Worsted Coat Bindings Silk Thread
and Twist, 4c. dec. .. ' . -m.
E. S. tUWARDS.
romeroy, April 17, 1351. , ;-
A new supply of Calf Skins, l'l ui, Merjtcea,
. Bun" Liuings, Bindings hud Fir.dina of a.l
de-siriutions. . Come1 aleng'Fht psLj!' ap4 H-e at '