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PnoDTJcnoKs of the IsTHsios.-We saw yes
terday n vWicty the productions of iha Isih-
" musof Tehuantepec cotton, corn, lobacco,
vanilla sugar, and cocoa among other things
and can truly say ihni our eyes have never
failed upon finer specimens. The cotton
of wild growth was of rich color, strong,
and of long and silky texture, the corn was
wgll filled, hard, and the ears of great size,
tho tobacco of high and rich flavor, and the
other productions were equally remarkable
in their waf. Besides these, there were
guma in ' the box f containing the- different
productions, as well an specimens of the
shell - Ash from which the. Tyrean. purple
dye was obtained, and which has long been
extinct on the shore of the Mediterranean.
These shell fish are now found near Ven
to8a. Of truth, the land-on the Isthm.ts of
Tehuantapec hot onlyflow with milk and
honey," and everything calculated to make
; the heart of man glad, but we find there pro
ductions which must enrich the inhabitants
l, to a degree whenever they can find a mar-
. kotrtf-o. Pic. ail , : '
The Locust has ho STrao.Dr. Gid
eon B. Smith, the distinguished naturalist,
has made enquiry into all the recent report
ed cases of death and sickness from the
i sting of the locust, and the result of his in
quiry is thai no one has yet been injured by
- the jMing or bite of n locust.' Tho death re
ported by "the Board of Health, as being
caused by the sting of a locust he traced to
;; btho son;of Mr.;B,nd Mrs. Sullivan, who
assured hint thai the child had complained
cf its' arm Ibr a month previom td Hs death,
14 which Was preceded by spasms, and 'no one
" of the family evor. dreamed of Us being in
jured is any manner.- So also, as to the re
" port of a voting man having his arm ampu-
toted, on account of being stung by a locust;
ho traced this to its source, ona lound it
' eouallv unfounded. He concludes by stat
ing that the locusts aro now doing all the in
jury they are capable of by depositing their
eggs in the branches ot trees ana shrubbery,
and thev would all die by the $5th of the
present month, and be found scattered over
"" -the ground in every direction. Bait. Sun.
Mr' Vim Horn Please say to tlie Whigs of
Maigs county that JOHN HUGO, of Salem town
ship, will be a candidate Tor Sheriff, subject to
the decision of the Whigs at the Primary Elec
tion, and oblige " ' MANY FRIENDS.
Ms. EoiTon Please announce the name of
JAMES M. COOPER as a candidate for Sheriff, at
the Primary Elections. ' ' MANY VOTERS.
Mr. Editor Please announce the name of
OREN BRANCH as a candidate for re-election
to the office of County Treasurer, at the ensuing
election and oblige MAN Y CITIZENS.
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'.' , ..'Volume first being stereotyped, copies will be
"sent by mall for $2. This volume contains nine
' ' plates," dnc being a niap of the New System of
. Cr Vonsaription is a disease widen .. carrying
'.id victims to the tombs by thousands, without
ieing incited iu its progress by the medicines in
' JJ. common flsc at the present time. But a brighter
iay is coming, and has come as to successfully
4 arrest this disease. DR. ROGERS' LIVERWORT
, AND TAR, not only gives immediate relief in
; U'Coughs and Colds, but from the testimony of men
. r,of th highest stniuling here and elsewhere, it, is
' making gome very remarkable cures of Consump-
tin. Improvements in the treatment of diseases
: are onward, and nothing can arrest' its spirit in
the present age. Those who are afflicted with
i diseased Lungs, would do well to call on the
'vAgcntt "and see the certificates of Dr. Win. J.
'yRichaids, Judge Wm. Burke, the wife of the
; Rev. Geo. W. Maley, and of Dr. Hiram Cox, late
'. Professor in the Eclectic Medical College in Cincinnati.
For sale in I'oineruy by J. P. Flemino and D.
Rekp, Agents for Meigs county. n37w2.
. .5J"Dr. GursoTT's IuriovED' Extract of Yel
low Dock akd Saroaparilla is a sure rcmctly for
Hereditary Taint. '
ThousimJs of individuals are cursed with griev.
wous complaints, which they inherit from theiJ pa
rents. The use of the Yellow Dock and Sarsa
) 1'" darilla will save nil this, aiwl save a vast amount
; f misery, and many valuable lives,, for it tho
roughly expels from the system the latent" taint,
which is the seed of disease, and so' takes off the
tuVse by which the sins or misfortunes of the pa
rents are so often visiUl upon the innocent off-
snna?. . .
.Parants owe it to their children lo guard them
against th effests of maladies that may be com
uanicatcd by descent, and. children of parents
that have at any time been affected with Con'
' sumption, Scjofula or Syphilis, owe it to them
,1 '. Helves to take nrccnution arainst the disease be.
!t -i.ing-ievived inhem. Guysott's Extraet ef Yel
il low Dock and Sarsanarilla is a sure antidote. in
a new and .very handsome one seat bUGGi :
and one as good as new with two seats, will be
old at less than cost. . REED 4 BROTHER.
'.. t June 26, 1861. ,
- - V ' . 1 l.r. .
Rnt. and Forks;
LonglIandleSUfi7rJi . . m
Broad Axes; ' ' ' ,'.,
t i " oioeiyants miia nsnu ncBies;
f. ,One lerge warehouse Scales;
J 'JTSif. Por sale w .7 cheap.
f . y . , , , REED k BROTHER.
fc..QtOves Two medium size office Stoves used
1 lj only one winter j""1 as Ka M new for ,ale
very low by REED 61 BROTHER.
1000 lbs. Hams very fine; '
f 600 " Boulders do
i; 2000 ' Clear Pork do
' For sale cheap for cash. -.
1 ' - : ; tREED & BROTHER.
; vNE HUNDREP DOZEN M Lanes celebrated
, 7 VcrmiCiige for sale at 91 16 per dozen by
$ June 28, 1851. . . S. EDWARDS.
BANDIES and CONFECTIONERY wholesale
" Vj and retail by R. A. 8IDEB0TT0M.
EJION SPHP or sal" by R, A. Side-
JLj bottom, at wholesale and retail.
.1 Krk Quires Icathrr bound Spring
iJU Books f1rsu'OIrl0W ftt
" May S, 8M
HEAD QUARTERS, N 2.
V) & Y. ft t 3 ra u. t ...
COHEN, has the pleasure of' announcing list
through every obstacle and in despite Of all
misfortune he is again at his post witha splendid
lot of Clothing.., He has paea through the fire
and has not been found wanting,: Although one of
tne severest suHercrs, yet through the Kindness or
friends, his establishment, Phosuix-like, has risen
from its ashes, with all its former beauty and excel
lence restored. - He hope his buying friends will
rally around him and assist in the work of recover
ing his loss. j : -- ';,,' ' 1 .. '
looming ior ine i'nonsanas .
Coiiin. on Front street, is dispensing '.6 his
countless customers the most superb, convenient,
cheap and durable articles of Clothing ever heard
of in the annals of time. Come one and all and
be habited. Summer goods of all descriptions for
sale unusually cheap. ' ,-,'i",.,'. '
We read that in the days of old, " " iJ
The Poctssung of mystic Lover."'";
But for the best now things have changed,
'; ' As in these stanzas we shall prove. ;. mi
; ' To Cohen give your attention; ,', , . i,.'.'.
- Factsof importance he will mention: i.t t y.
On .Front street, at the old stand, j :
'"As-everyperson surely knows, 4 i -o, ,-.;,,
He always keeps a fresh supply . .....
Of tasty, good, and. well made clothes;
Cloaks and coats of every cut and kind.
To please the most fastidious mind;
;. Pant and Vesta tho very b".!-
He ever keeps on band; . "
Collars and Shirts and fancy Hats, , ,.,
The latest style within the land;
- Pine Cloth and silk plush caps,
Marietta Shoes and Boots,
And fancy gentlemen's furnishing goods,
Cottons, Silks, Linens and Hosiery, .
Carpet Bags, Trunks and Jewelry tf, -v
There is no scarcity.
Those who would be wise will come and buy
or his supply, on front between court ana Jbina
streets, at Cohen's Headquarters.
Pomeroy, June 26, 1851. n38tf.
Of the Receipts and Expenditures
County, for the year ending June
Balance in Treasury June 1st, 1850,
Revenue from Duplicate of 1860,
Revenue from arrears of 1849,
Revenue from taxes paid at Columbus
Received from fines and costs in crim
Received from tavern, ferry and Horse
Received from Permits to sell goods,
Received from Road costs refunded,
Received from Jury fees,
1262 60 5
3269 43 0
86 68 6
7 64 9
403 19 0
84170 17 6
Paid Coroner's expenses, S17 96 0
Paid Board of Equalization expenses, 20 00 0
Paid petit jury expenses, 214 70 0
Paid grand jury expenses, 138 25 0
Paid witnesses in criminal cases, 405 68 0
Paid justices iu criminal cases, 64 67 0
Paid constables in criminal cases, 124 03 0
Paid Prosecuting Attorney and others, 183 33 0
Paid jail fees, 102 74
Paid salaries of Clerk and Sheriff, 140 00 0
Paid Auditor's fees, 732 38 0
Paid Commissioners expenses, 94 00 0
Paid printing expenses, (including Ge
neral Laws) 243 31 0
Paid stationery expenses, , 91 22 6
Paid Common School expenses; 44 50 0
Paid highway expenses, . 100 60 0
Paid incidental expenses, 127 43 0
Paid election expenses, 113 35 0
raid township assessors exdenses, 349 60 0
Paid paupet expenses, 169 93 0
Treasurer's per cent, on f 6G0 at 6 per
cent., 28 00 0
Total, . 1 , J3C88 98 0
Excess of Receipts over Expend!- . .
tures, $487 19 6
By order of Commissioners. ;
S. HALLIDAY, Auditor.
Pomeroy, June 26, 1861. n38wj.
Road Tux Notice.
The Commissioners of Meigs county at their
March session 1851, determined that a general
, leyy. ?f ten cents on the l00 valuationi ue- M.
entered oh ilT duplica?!
ALSO:-An addition of "
Sim valuation, kv thn Trum of Chester, ?'
cents on the 8100, by the trustees 01' 9live f
20 cents on the 5100, by the Trustees of OrangC,
ana iu cents on me viuu Dy tne Trustees ot
Salisbury. 8. HALLIDAY Aud.
June 26, 1861. n38w4.
"llemcmbcr the faithful Dead."
MARIETTA MARBLE WORKS.
HOLLISTER &' LEONARD would respect
form the citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity
that they still continue the MARBLE BUSINESS
in all in all its various branches at their old stand
in Marietta, Ohio.
Having just receiucd a large and well selected
assortment of Italian and American Marble Slabs
and Blocks, are prenared to make to order. MON
UMENTS, TOMB-TABLES and HEAD-STONES
of every variety, on the shortest notice, in the
neatest style, and for the lowest prices.
Marsle Mantels, Centre Table-Tops, 6zc al
ways on hand.
Grindstones from the best Warren quarries,
constantly on hand, wholesalo or retail. .
Any orders addressed to us at Marietta, or H.
d. bimth, I'omeroy, will be promptly attended to,
Marietta, O. June 19, 1851. n37m6.
REGULAR WEEKLY PICKET
Between Pitsburgh,inarletta, Pome
roy and Callipolis.
""fc Tub new and fast running steam
TeSJ QOv- MEIGS, Captain John N.
j onunk, win iwu icguittr wcc&ijr
trios between the above ports.
' Leaving Pittsburgh for Marietta, Pomeroy and
Uaiiipoiis, every Tuesday, at 3 o'clock, P,
Returning leaves Pomeroy for Marietta and
Pittsburgh, every THURSDAY at 9 o'clock, A. M.
June 19, 1851. n37tr.
Regular Pomeroy and
aracKetThe Btetmer " '
- REVEILLE, - - '
JOHN BRUBAJCER, Mabter, will make semi
weekly trips between Pomeroy and Portsmouth.
Leaves Pomeroy every Monday and Thursday, at
7 o'clock, A. M.
Leaves Portsmouth every Tuesday and Friday,
at 10 o'clock, A.M..
ITThe REVEILLE having been purchased and
fitted up expressly for the Pomeroy and Portsmouth
trade, will run regularly, leaving promptly at the
above hours. All business entrusted to this Boat,
will receive particular attention.
Pomeroy, May 15, 1861. n32tf.
NEW PACKET STEAMER
fy Marietta, I'omeroy, and
iZfS Ciucinnati-Thenew. fast run
ning passscngar steamer, OHIO, M. COOLEY,
Mate, will make weekly trips between Marietta,
Poraero7 and Cincinnati:
Leavine j&fW'1' Tuesdays 7 o'clock, A. M.
Pomeroy,- ' . 6 " P. M.
' Cincinnati, ?T.'4ay " "
The OHIO, is designed pe')ine''iy fur the a
above trade, and the pubnc may if1 vn her reg
larly. . nov7'60no7tf ' . :
rpiIE BOOK II AS tiONE TO PRESS!
X Having finished the Book, we shall now turn
our atUtiition entirely to the manufacturing of all
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Saddle
Raits, Whips, .
Or, in fact every thing that is kept in a Saddler's
shop, from a saddle down lo a pump sucker. Hav
ing been selling work for some time for the profit
01 11, we now itiienu u suit ioi 111c iuii ui iu -'
Call and see us whether you want to buy or not,
for 1 am always at home on tlit' west side of Court.
street, one door above Reed & brother s.
January 0, 1351. - L. S. CR0FOOT.
SPANISH BROWN. Only 8 cu pr lb.
at ., FLEMISH.
' STEAITIIIOAT REGISTERS "
PITTiitfVUGH AND CINCINNATI PACKETS.
days or rassiMa roiiEaov uf and down..
Mebsenoer, Down Sunday, U Wednesday.
. Monday, ,
CurriR, - . j'
MAR1BTTA, FOMEROV AND CINCINNATI PACKKT.
Ohio, ' ; ; , Down Tuesday. ,: j;,-,Ub Sunday, i
FOMEROV .1D rORTiMOOTH TACIIT.
Birvm ? I A-avc romeroy aioaaay ot Tftursaay
. wnt'u tit j iioffitaT ul r iiuuy.
Cry stal Fount Division No. 1,
Sons and Daughters of Temperance meet
ings every Friday afternoon at the Sons'
Hall in Pomeroy.
Inhuman Cruelty Barbarism. '!
The inhuman creature who would suffer his
better half the partner of his bosom to standby
a hot stove and bake bread, this summer, ought
to suffer the fate provided for old Daniel. R. A.
Sidebottom's Bakery, Front street, above Lind, is
the great depot of Fresh Bread, Crackers, Cakes
and Pies. ' no37tf j. t
ijTZjt rUMiiiitui nuii.t Bun.
sT 1 COURT HOUSE LANDING. .
HAVING newly fitted up my Wharf Boat,
jnd improved its capacity, I am prepared to re
ceive and forward all kinds of goods, produoe, &o
eirher up or down the river, at the most reasona
ble rates. Having made permanent arrangements
with the steamers plying, -regularly, to Cincinnati,
and Pittsburgh, 1 am prepared to forward freights
at uniform rates regardless ot tne season.- i hose
wishing to ship on the Pittsburgh and Cincinnati
Packets, or on any of the smaller boats plying re
rularly "Ohio," "Reveille," or "Gov. Meigs,"
can make their shipments through me at a great
advantage. My charges are moderate, ana as my
famlitiea forstorine eoodsare not exceeded bvanv
other boat on the River, I invite businessmen to
consult their own interests by advancing mine.
Careful and attentive hands are always ready day
and night, Xf receive or discharge freight. '
Families removing to the West can be ac
eommodated on board the Wharf Boat.
Junet2n30 JAS. MARTIN..
N. B. All letters and freight should be direct
ed"J. Martin, Pomeroy Wharf Boat, Court House
ID-Athens Messenger copy to the amount of 11
and charge this office.
A ttachment On the 23d day of May, A.
ZJL D. 1861, David Barber caused to be issued
from the Court of Common Pleas, of Meics coun
ty, Ohio, a writ of attachment, for the sum of
one hundred and one dollars, against the proper
ty and effects of Abraham M. Hinkley, which
writ has been served and returned.
. A. DONNALLY, Clerk,
T. Montague, Att'y for Pl'ff.
June 11, 1861. no36.
Administrator's Notice. .
AT the J une Term of the court of common pleas
of Meigs county, the undersigned was appointed
ed ana qualified as Administrator, with the will
annexed, of the estate of William MoDaniel, late
of said county, deceased.
June 12, 1851. no36w3. . '
TILDEN Ot COS' EXTRACTS.
' The subscriber is prepared to furnish Physi
cians and Druggists throughout Ohio with these
celebrated extracts at proprietors wholesale pn
ces. J. P. FLEMING.
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
The subscriber has been appointed wholesale
agent for this world renowned Liniment, and
will furnish the trade with it at the proprietors
prices 915.00 pr gross or 81,50 a dozen.
J. P. FLEMING.-
House and Lot for Sale. 1
rHE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale his House
and Lot in Minersville, near V B Horton's
upper coal-bank The sue of the house 30 by 18
feet two stories and a half high. The lower
story is made sufficient to keep a store, grocery, or
boarding house The lower story is 18 feet square
of a room. Theseoond story has two large rooms,
with a good fireplace. The upper story is all in
one room, with a good fireplace- Also, a good
cellaT, 10 by 18 feet. The lot is 60 feet in front
by 225 back.
Any person wishing to purchase this property
shall have a great bargain.
THOMAS JONES LEWELYN.
May 22, 1861 n33w4pd
VT OTICE. A petition will be presented to the
J. N Trustees of bcipio township, Meigs county,
on Thursday, the 3d day of July next, praying
for a township road to be laid out irom the dwel
ling house of Henry WebsteT, in Section 25,
Town 7, Range 14, to the main road passing
through section. HENRY WEBSTER.
;;;iie 6, i85l.--""r,P".
muF. nh.rihir h4-,en appom;i u 4""
I j Am;i.,oi, nn "state 01 Lorenzo
Dowf late of Coalport, Meigs county, decease
All persons lnueotea 10 saia estate arc request
to make immediate payment; and those having
claims against againBt said estate will present
them to duly authenticated for settlement within
one year from this date.
junathak u. iiurr,- Aonrr.
Sheffield, May 3, 1851. n36w3.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, and
. FRONT ST., BKLOW THE RIHKLDARFER U0V8E,
would respectfully announce to his customers,
and the public, that he has constantly on hand a
largo assortment of every article in his line, which
he is prepared to warrant equal to any brought to
He keeps constantly on hand, besides CANDIES
RAISINS, CREAM NUTS.
PRUNES, GROUND NUTS, '
. ORANGES, BRAZIL NUTS,
LEMONS, FILBERTS, PECCAN NUTS,
And in a word every variety of articles usually
found in a wholesale Fruitery and Confectionery.
Having an excellent BAKERY attached he is
prepared to furnish BREAD, CAKES, CRACK
ERS, PIES, &c, as may be desired. , ,
(trParties furnished to order. . '
The subscriber pledges himself to keep such a
stock as cannot be surpassed in this Market. '
Dealers generally, and especially Merchants
from the country, aro invited to call.
. BTOrders promptly and satisfactorily filled.
- GEO. HOSSICK. i
Pomeroy, May 29, 1861. no34tf.
Jemon Syrup, for sale wholesale and retuil
J fty GEO. HOSSICK.
I CE CREAM. This delirious summer lux
J. ury will be served every evening and families
supplied to order at
BLOWY FOR NALL A One
JJV HORSE BUGGY can be obtained on li-
' 1 ' beral terms by application to
Ineral Water kept constnntlon hnnd
IV L and for sale by R. A. SIDEBOTTOM,
May 28u34tf. . , . ; - ..;
CASH AUAINST THE WORLD!
1 1 'he mm blr sui-encs sorivrr I In addition to
JL our late unprecedented low prices, tho cash
system enables us to add another and still another
articlo to the catalogue which we are selling at
from 20 to 100 pr cent less thah ever before offer
ed in tins market. - we place on the list
Fine, Eastern, cold pressed castor oil, the only
article of the kind in this market, prdoz. 1 80 eta.
McLancs Vermifuge prdox 1 25cts
Lt?s Pilf s pr doz. , 60 eta.
Pain kii'er pr bottle 20 cts.
McAliisU.-r'S Ointment prbox 20 cts.
Genuine Mustang Liniment (not thecoun- -terfeit
with which the county has been
flooded) but the genuine at the proprie-
. tors only agency for this county; pr bot 20 els.
Late receipts place us in possession of the heav
iest stock and best assortment, (pateut medicines
excepted) in tho market,, purchased at the lowest
importers price, with 6 pr cent off for cash, which
enables us to undersell. Call and get some of that
prune 6upercarbonate of Soda at 10 cts. pr pound.
it goes like hot cakes. Mind the cheap cash drug
...... : t , : . . 1 ,n . n l-i i.h r v
nuiio w iu ncraiugiuu Guiuci.": J l twiunu
3 ecUOed Whiskey r-FromlOoVboObar
J relp, always on hand arid for sale low at No 0.
OAKKS A Bl'eKJfiK
Jj .TflAT aheap Stove Store tuan cut ' 1
fit?-J PRALL, is on hand seam with the lnrg-
driest stock of STOVES ever byjueht to
this market; selected with -the rrr, t onn-Zm-bracing
every variety of style ami fnunii, v the
latest and; most improved Patent. Aui'uii; luta
receipt ct v"c3 .at - . u.
lowing! -.- -. - c- . . - . .j. 1
.CELEBRATED ROTARY STOVE, v, ,
CHILD'S OHIO PATENT, , ! ! --j
HALCYON AIRTIGHT,""' T'"" ,
; : CELEBRATED COAL STOVE ENTERPRISE.
KENTUCKY PREMIUM, -' - - v i
'OHIO ' :' ' do ' 1 JK..U'f
' QUEEN CITY '. do ' ' -M..J V '-
prize y-i9; s.;t--ti n
Ail of the best materials and warranted. '."Tie' also
kpnnRnn hunA lnritp aiinnliit nf itulntn ..rU TIM
WARE, which he will sell to merchants and oth!.6'06 eva1 Sabbath morning.
ers lower tnaa tne same, article can be bmivht in f
thewest. V "' ; ' ' - - .
BTDon't forget the Ciieaf Tin and Stot Stori
under the Riheldarfcr House. ' -
Pomeroy, May J5, 1851 n32tf.lt - " I :
COUNTY AUCTIONEERThat Cheap
Stove Store man BILL PRALL, has been ap
i,n:.ii 1 --i I i A . '
fiiitcu, uaiurcu, ojiu giwn uuiia an n.iu;uoiiee7
for Meigs county. : 1
He will receive on commission and sell koodi
on the lowest terms. - Call at the No. 1 Stove store.
Pomeroy, March 27, 1851. Po27tf. 1 Imu .'
'' Farm for Sale1
I OFFER for sale my Farm lying on the roa lead
ing from CheBter to Parkersbure, Jn Chtt
township, a half mile from Adams' mill, Contain-
ing 90 acres, 60 acres under cultivation, with two
dwelling houses and a well or good water, a good
apple and peach orchard, and'a rood ahon suitnhV
fill bUcKJlirlm OT roM aialuHr.- - -v-r-
may 10, iai n32W3pd v;.. K. i IMS.-' '
GROCERIES of all kinds just received and
for sale at - -vl i ,' . H. B. SMITH'S.
BLASTING POWDER. 25 kegs just
received on commission and for sale upon the
cash principle, ,byfc
, j,H, B. SMITH.
C OLE LEATIIER-A splendid article 0
U Cincinnati and Hemlock tan, for sale at j
'' . -'' -SMITH'S. I
W agon A new two horse WAGON well
ironed and complete in all particulars, fw
sale by , , apriln ,"REED & BRO.
ROAD NOTICE Notice is 'hereby given, that
a petition will be presented to the Trustees of
button townsiupat their session, on the 8th day
of June next, to open a township road, as fol
lows: Commencing at Joseph Wolfs farm on the
hill; thence on the old road to intersect the road
leading from Graham Station to Pomeroy, at the
bridge where Philip Harpold now lives. Said road
will cross parts ol Philip Harpold and Adam Har
pold's lands. A PETITIONER. 1
ROAD NOTICE A petition will be presented
to the Commissioners of Meigs county, at their
june session next, praying lor a county road com
mencmg at or near the residence of Lemuel Pow.
ell, in Salisbury township; thence the nearest and
Dest route to intersect the road leading from Rut
land to Sheffield, at or near the tannery of W H
Grant. A PETITIONER.'
May 8, 1851 n31w4pd '
ca invite the attention of Country Merchants to
co my stock of Notions and Fancy Goods, which
60n be sold at low prices and on reasonable terms,
50nsisting in part of the following articles; 7
800 pieces Bonnet, Cap and Taffeta Ribbons;
100 dozTuck, Side, Dressing and Fine Combs; ;
100 White and colored Spool Thread;
100 lbs. " ' Skein do " '
100 " Black assorted Patent ; do ' '
100 doz. Artificial Flowers; . . , -' '
100 " Elementary Spelling Books;
200 " Gum Suspenders; . . . ' '
200 Gross Hooks and Eyes; ' ' v ' 'v
300- Pearl and Agate Shirt Buttons; 'j
600 CoatandPant do . ,
600 M. Plain and Ribbed Percussion Caps;
60 " Rockwell & Son and Bates' Needles; . ' ''
60 doz Men's Cotton and Lisle Thread Gloves;
ai pernn i.ined ana wool uioves;
60 " Ladies' Lislo Thread and Cotton do" ' '
20," KidandSilk .. do '
25 " Military Shaving Soap; . '
60 " Razors;
20 " Clothes and Hair Brushes; 1
60 " Shaded Comforts;
100 " MoLane's Celebrated Vermrfug and Pills;
ou racKS rms; .
Laces, Edgings, Fringes and Plaid Grecianotte:
Silk and Worsted Coat Bindings, Silk Thread
and 1 wist, etc. etc. ,
E. S. EDWARDS.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1861. .
IVT OTICE At my instance an attachment was
1 1 this day issued by William H Clark, a Jus
tice of the Peace of Olive township, of the coun
ty of Meigs, against the property and effects of
Reese W Sims, an absconding debtor. . Dated this
29th day of April, 1861
JOHN II. PARKER.
May 8, 1851. n31w4pd
NOTICE. The undersigned has been appoint
ed and qualified as Administrator on the
estat? of Mary Kent, late of Meigs county, dee'd,
. SAMUEL KENT.
June l'i, n364pd.
Only 8 cts. pr lb.
Kanawha Salt 40 barrels for sale very
low for cash at SMITH'S.
Fire Proof Paint.
BLAKE'S Fire and Water Proof Paint (in oil)
Do do do Dry
25 Bbls. Louisville White Lime;
5 Bbls. Hydraulic Cement;
1 do Calcined Plaster Paris;
20 Bbls. N. O. Molasses;
8000 lbs. N. O. Sugar;
62Hhds. Queens and Glassware; '
30 Boxes Window Glass (assorted sizes)
In store and for sale by
WM. H. REMINGTON,
Comer of Front and Lind sts.
June 6, 1861. n36w3.
GODFREY'S CORDIAL, and Bate
man's Drops, 6 cts pr bot. at FLEMING'S
rpWENTY-FIVE Bushels Shoe Pegs, as
J sorted sizes, from Jhe best factors in the Uni
ted States, for sale at SMITH'S.
Lard A splendM.articl of No,
May 8, 1861
1 for sale at
Barber-ous Removal I A
PJ. ADDISON has removed his Barber Shop
to Court street, where he may always be
found ready and willing to serve his patrons in the
neatest and most fashionable style. Feeli ng thanks
iui 101 past patronage, be would respectfully soli-
civ vnose wno ttesire 10 nave their countenance
scraped, and hair trimmed neatly, to givo him a
can., 1 v 1 -M . .
With razor sharp and water hot, s - 1
He'll always be found on the spot, 1 :
Ready to serve all who please to call,
Both old and young, and great and small:
Then don't delay, but come along : ';
And have it done up neat and strong.
Pomeroy, May 22, 1861 n33tf ' !
rpcas In chests, half chests, and qnarters-
X iresu aruoles. For sale low by ' ;
OAKES & BUSKTRK- .
OAKES RDSKTRK '
f je Whiskey 50 Barrels Old Rye, for sale
JL at0 6. UAKES & BUSK1RK.
r I ur, Pitch und Oakum on hand and
, for sale at No 6 by
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
IJIasUnf Powder A fresh supply for sale
A J Y
II. B. SMITH,
May 8, 1185
Agent for the Company.
Oir John Franklin This brave Naviga-
O tor has not yet been found, and his wiftt mourns
because she has not his Daguerreotype likeness.
Alas! he out itoiT until it was too late. ,
Professor Wooixf has taken rooms at A Sted-
man's, in Middleport, where he will remain but a
a few days, ready and happy to wait on thos who
may peso lortunate as to give him a call. '-:
Professor Woollv : has Just reoeived from New
York the Electro Galvanico, which enables him to
take hotter Pictures than has ever been takon in
the West, and warranted to be inferior to ipne in
the world, and cheaper than any. before. : '
Come on, while every thing is ready. ; A.clousy
oay is as good as any.
. April 17, 1851-n28w . ' . ,
PCrl Boxes Glassware received and for sain at
i t - .: . . ; GEORGE W HOLMES
- c II 7 It CUES. V. .
'; !'1 '- ' - !. ' I 'i i "
rrfetant Episcopal-Rev. TtmnAs B.
Dooliv, Rector. Services every Sabbath awrning,
at 101 o'clock. .1. 1 8
I'rcsby trrJan Ttev. R..viLm:.soK, Pastori
s-rv.p -ve-ySibtsth ir.2rrir.e at 101 6'cl... S'. :
p Methodist Episcopal Rev. j; F. Given,
I aii ton Services at the upper church on alternate
babbath mornings, at 10 o'oloek--at lower church,
every Sabbath afternoon, at 3 o'clock. ,f
- Roman Cuthott Rev T.iiow.ilus KaArri
PriestiServiceavery Sabbath morning. .c: 5
."German Methods RBr. b,r Qin'!-
Services every Sabbath morning. ..TT.vj.! , '
wruiau a.unici-an Kor. Mr Uaieu
. . i-i-
MASONIC Pomeroy Lodire,
'No. 184, Stated Meetings, the Monday
Evening, on or before the full moon in eaeh
month. Hall in Murphy's building, Second st.
I. O. O, P. Naomi Lodge,
rji-N;. Meetings on every Friday
... Evn:n- . 0.11
' . Welfare Division. No. 90. Sans
y& Kf Temperance, Meetings every Saturday
MHk evening. Hall In. DeCamp's building.
? Salisbury Division No. 993,
JSonsof Temperance Meetings on Saturday
4WfS Evenings. Hall, Rice's building Midilleportt
GUYSOTTS IMPROVED EXTRACT
OF YELLOW DOCK AND SARSAPAR-
ILLA. The remedy for Purifying the Blood,
and curing disease, and the only remedy that is
thoroughly efficient and perfectly harmless.
This Medicine, when used aocording to directions
Will Cure Without Fail.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Cancers, TumoTS, Erup
tions of the skin, Erysipelas, Chronic Sore Eyes,
ringworm, or Tetters, Scald head, Rheumatism,
' ' Pains in the bones or joints, old sores and
. ulcers, swelling of the glands, Syphilis, ;
Dyspepsia, Salt Rheum, diseases of the -'
kidneys, loss of appetite, diseases ar
rising from the use of Mercury,
' pain in the side and shoulders,
general debility, dropsy, lum- -''
" ' " '' bago.
The best Female Medicine known. Incipient
Consumption, Barrenness, Leucorrhca or Whites,
Irregular Menstruation, Incontinuencc of Urine,
General Prostration of the System, Depressed
Spirits and Gloomy State of Mind are cured by
DR. GUYSOTT'S EXTRACT OF YELLOW
DOCK AND SARSAPARILLA, which gives im
mediate relief, by renewing the fountain of Health
and Strenth, the Blood. It neutralizes bad hu
mors, stops unnatural secretions, and gives heal
thy action to all the vital powers. , . .
Its mild alterative properties render it peculiar
ly applicable to the slender and delicate consti
tution of the female. It immediately contracts
that distressing nervousness and lassitude so
common to the female frame, and imparts an en
ergy and buoyancy as surprising as they arc grate
ful. We have evidence on file, which induces
us strongly to recommend this medicine to mar
rien people who have not been blessed with off
spring. ; , . . :. j
Prolapsis Uteri, or Falling of the Womb, of five
. years standing; cured by Dr. Gupsott's Extract
of Yellow Dock ana barsaparula, after every
, other known remedy had been tried without
relief. ' ,'
- . Washington, P., February, 1849.
"This certifies that my wife, aged twenty seven
years, has been suuering under the above com
plaint for five years; nearly all that time confined
to her bed. 1 have lor lour years constantly em
ployed the best medical talent that could be pro
cured in this section of the country, without any
benefit- whatever... I have also purchased every
instrument recommenced for the obreof such dis
eases, all of which proved worthless.
In the spring of 1848, was induced by my
friends to try Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and
Sarsnparilla, which was used for four months.
After she had used it for about four weeks, it
was evident to all ol us that she improved rapid
ly, and gained flesh and strength, until she is
now enjoying excellent health.
. WM. MONFORT.
We being neighbors to Wm. and Julia Mon-
fort, know that the above statement as to the
sickness of Mrs. Monfort, and as to the cure being
euecica Dy "uuysotvs reuow uock and Sarsa
parilla," to be strictly true.
A CABl or ULCERATED UUBS OF 16 YEARS STAND
The following is an extract of a letter dated
March 27, 1860, from E. B. Perkins, M. D., a
highly respectable physician of Marietta, Olnoi
John Park Dear Sin I have under my care a
young woman who, tor sixteon years, has been
suffering from Ulcerated Limbs, and whose case
has been pronounced hopeless by three of our
best physiciaus. I took her into my family, and
hre used Guysott'a Yellow Dock and SarsaDa-
rilla free.'v nd 1 am confident that the Yellow
Dock and SaiSnanlla will effect a permanent
cure. She is better jn general health than she
has ever been before, and walks a mile or two
without fatieue or Dain. A a pear ago she used
crutches. 1 will report the case m due tunc
Very respectfully, E. B. PERKINS.
KING'S EVIL. CASE OF O. M. LEONARD.
irrlf the reader will observe, he will see that,
in nearly all cases, ' the patient has tried nearly
every physician within his reach, and nearly
every remedy; but when he hits upon Guysott's
Yellow Dock and sarsapanua, tne cure is im
mediate. ' -
. . Bloouino Grove, Dec. 1st 1840.
Messrs. S. F. Bennett dc Co. Gents; Some
time in 1843 1 was attacked with King's Evil in
my arm, which became so Rare that 1 could not
use it, and in ls4d, mortincation set in. i em
ployed, at difl'erent times, each physician of cele
brity within my reach; all told me that my arm
must be amputated. . From the shoulder to the
forearm, my arm was full of running sores, some
of them Uvrg as a - fifty-cent piece. I then
tried an Indian Doctor, who removed the morti
fied flesh, and stopped ; the mortification, but
oould not heal my arm. : My strength at this
time was completely exhausted, and my person
much emaciated.' I continued in this state until
the summer of 1848, when I saw an advertise
ment of "Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsapa-
rilla," which 1 read attentively, and sent for one
bottle of the article. After using it a few days,
the discharges from my arm incrca.cd, and as
sumed a light color, and less offensive odor. I
sent for a second bottle, and while using it I
found my strength increasing, and the discharges
from my arm decreasing. 1 continued using it
until I had used six bottles, though I felt myself
perfectly cured before 1 "used the sixth bottle.
Since that time I have not felt any pain in my
arm; no sores " have reappeared, and 1 have no
reason to doubt that it is thoroughly cured, for I
have no reason to doubt that it is thoroughly
wired, for I can labor with it as well as 1 ever
ot uld. -
, "Gnysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsnparilla" ae
lone oured me; I took no other remedy whil
iiaini it. and had I used it at the first appear
ance of the malady, 1 fully believe it would have
saved me from years of suffering. And I most
earnestly recommed every person suffering under
any similar disease, to use "Guysott's Yellow
Dock and Sarsapaiilla," which will restore them
o health. , Yours in gratitude, .
y , 0. M. LEONARD.
ItyNone genuine unless putupinlargeboltles,
containing a quart, ajid name of the sXrup blown
in the glass, with the written signature, 8. P. Ben
nctt on the outside wrapper.
rj-Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for 16.
Sold by J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, 0. ,
North-east corner Fourth and.Walnut sts., en-
tranco on" Walnut st to whom all orders must
s For sale by D. Reed, Pomeroy; G. W. Coopet
4 Co., Chester, John Frame, Coolville; 1. Cape
hart, & Co., Point Pleasant; John Perkins, Athens)
Maguet & Naret, Gall) polls; 8. 8. Murray, Wilkes
villi i G.J. Payne, Porter,
""" SURGEON DFNTIST,"
CHARLES If. MAI).
DY, begs leave, to in
form the citizens of this
icinity that hernav ba
,-founii t hia residence
ill SheffiM. at ill hnnrc
when not prottssionally absent. , He is prepared
to execute all operaaona pertaining to the profes
"on, in a style of neatness, ease and duraliilrty..
TEETH inserted in complete or pertmif veils',
upon gold plate, withor without artificial Gums, ia
so.aecurato a manner, as to deceive the closest ob-ervejr.n.;.,-,v..
.,.,,s.hi r. M r:
Hischargea shall in all cases be low; And gradul
atetl according to the amount of labor and material
expended; pledging himself to give entire aatislac
tion in all rases entrusted t his csre,, . ! . ;
waited upon at their resident cs. if
iequirea... , , ..H .. ...
tTThc NEK VFAillH and the Tooth uanl Iil,.
out sensation of pain to the iAtient. .f . , ,'
jj-ino Lctneqa. wm tw.usci f txUacUng
Teeth, if required. .. . .
CANCER9. all kind, nl ntTWIVfi elr-rc
SCROFULA, FITS, RHEUMATISM, first andse!
uagei 01. vuisyjiPTION, on moderate
He invites the aTlieted jibrtion of the community
to give hiin a call. A fair trial is aU he asks. ,: -
mjp 1, iaoi nautl. . v ,y - j. ,,
notice. , '
RAVING concluded to cloeo: np llio' Dry
Gooihr business in Pomeroy. and giving
no further credit to any one, we respectfully
ask all those indebted lo us; to call, iuimcdi,
nu'y n4 -Ml cither by note or: -payment.
Don't forget our fdrmer' rMice, "ibnt nil
claims doe us- previous lo 4th fJntv.lCSli
will bp"ut in suit immediately' ft'rctjllecS
tion, . t '.,,.,..!.,'.'..
To our customers then, we kindly uxk
them lo come immediately nnd seiilo. It
is important to mnke n speedy wind up, so
us to commence In our oiher intended busi
Hess at a certain time. It is not our wit.ll to
mnlte cost or trouble. ConiP now romo
all. ';' ; -REED & MOTHER.
May 1, 1851. .
03" N. D Our stock on hand will bf
sold from 10 to 20 tier ci-ni. chf-nnpr ilmn
former prices, or cheaper than the same nr
tides can bo hud in any other store.
ii. & n.
J-JiA &TORE.--Having just received
a new supply of that splendid TEA, from
Philadelphia. I offer it in Ihft mihlio with
renewed inducements. H. B. SMITH, Agent,
PAPER IIANGINGS.-The undersigned
has recently opened in connection with the
Drug business a choice selection nf S.ftAA IH.
ces of l'lipcr Hanging. Also, 800 Oil
and Paper Window Shades, consisting
fnKniva, nrunes, Lannscapcs, ana those of
tne cninese anu uothic orders.
The magnitude and variety of the selection en
ables him to sell at such prices ss will, without
doubt, harmonize with the varied tastes of this
community. 24tf. DARIUS REED.
HORSE CAVE STORE. 91. Wells,
Agent. The undersigned having establish
ed a Store at the residence of Myrou M'ells, on
Horse Cave Creek, will keep said store constantly
supplied with such goods as may at any time he
wanted by the citizens in that section. It is our
design to Bell at Pomeroy prices, though some ar
ticles in Groceries, during -bad roads, a small ad
vance will be added. Any article wanted by the
citizens not in said store can be ordered and sent
out at shortest notice.
The stock in said store is now much larctr than
heretofore. So that customers will find nearly as
full "an assortment as in any store in Pomcrov.
rroauce will be taken in exchange at the market
drice in Pomeroy. . REED & BROTHER.
November 27, 18S0.'
cinnati prices, at
for sal at Cin
J AMP CIIIlfraiES.-Only 20 cU., at
U . FLEMINGS.
riMIE-SUBSCRIBEH has on handd is
X red to sell all kinds of Buggies one or two
noise raanuiacturea iroin the best materials, and
oi tne latest styles. The prices arc very reason.t
ble, and the work warranted. Those wishinir to
purchase one of these indispensable articles of
comiort are invited to call.
Pomeroy, May 8, 1801.
voaa fountain, fur sale, with all the re-
ceipts and anDiirtenances. at
May 8, 1861.
Bacon A prime lot for sale at
May 8, 1861 . -
DR. J. W. SPRY, Surgeon
Dentist, Portsmouth. Ohio. Will
visit POMEROY, in the first week of
the months ot June, September, December and
March. . march25n21yl
ri A WEHTTY-FIVE Barrels Curtis' best Crab
J Cider for sale low to close consignment, at
tne store ot n. b. SMITH,
1 EATIIER Upper, Calf, Topninc, Lin
JLiing and Binding skins, for sale at the store of
aecia-iHcu. li. a. SMITH,
IS HEREBY GIVEN, to Matilda Patterson, Jane
Patterson and Samuel Grafton Patterson, minor
children of Wm. Patterson, deceased, residing in
Linn county, Iowa, that James Robb, Adminis
trator of Wm. Patterson, late of said county of
Linn, deceased, did, on the 6th day of May,
1861, file his petition in the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs county, Ohio, prayimr for author
ity to executo a real contract which was made by-
said Wm. Patterson in his lifetime, with Samuel
Kirkendall, for the sale and conveyance of eighty
acres of land in tne north east corner ol Fraction
numbdr, 1, in Town 8 and Range 13, insnidcoun
ty of Meigs. M. HECKARD,
May 8, 1861. n31w3 Att'y for Petitioner.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS COODS.
The subscriber has just received and is now
openestthe finest assortment of Gentlemen's Dress
Goods to be found in the city of I'omeroy, which ae
offers to sell and make up when required, into the
most fashionable garments, at the lowest puces,
His stock consists of the following articles:
Black, Brown and Olive Cloths; Black, Doeskin,
Fancy and Plaid Cnssimeres; Black Satin ,-'Brovu,
Black and Steel Mixed Satinetts; Tweeds and
Jeans; Plaid Cravats; Black Italian Do.; Fancy
Silk Neck Ties; Black Cloth Caps, Navy do; Net
Shirts and Drawers; Suspenders, &c. Sc.
Don't forget the place Brading's New Clothing
uepui. William. Dit.-iuirvu.
WEST COLUMBIA SALT.Wc
now have and shall continue to keep the
superior article of Salt for sale by the barrel or
bushel. It has no superior, and can be sold low
cr than the present prices of other salt. .
REED it BRO.
March 27, 1861.
His stock consists of Coats, PanUs, Vests. Shuts.
Drawers, Flannels, Handkerchiefs, die die. a
ALSO Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Linen
Goods, Summer Cloths, Trunks, Carpet Bags, Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes, and a host of articles which
are snitable for the season.
As it is necessary to make quick sales he has rc-
paced the prices of goods, so that he defies comiie-
tition, come from where it may.
Store immediately east of the burnt district. .
April 17, 1851 n28tf
ake Notice All persons indebted to the
subscriber are requested to call and settle
by or before the first day of May nexu As he is
determined to square up all accounts as soon ss
possible, we shall do well to settle.
If we cannot pay let us settlo, and see bow we
stand. We can do it a great deal easier and quick
er than any justice of the peace in the State of
N B. A good assortment of BOOTS & SHOES
on band and for sale by the subscriber, Court
street, Pomeroy. DANIEL FLANA61N. ,
Pomeroy, April 17, 1881 n28w8
pHESHlUU FLOl'it constantly on hand and
J J .sold cheap fer cash by
June 13, 1851. .a H. B. SMITH. '
TUFTY BARRELS Mutk.ngnnl Salt Lt
j.- saia low rwcasn, ny , , .. . siTH.
- FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!.
HA VLNth received a little charter no
tice to Tacate the premises, we formerly
occupied, than the law, in its humane (-potation,-allows,
on the Rijht ot ttie late 4!rp, we are-now to
be found in Wm. 11, Remington's fcuiHirg , on-
uuw pt'inw inn stnr.'.- Having supplied n; :-:' '
with all our missing' articloviw are enabled to
furnish our customers at reduced pricw. -Jlnaddi
tion to our present stock wo hgfe made sutnce-
ments with an eastern1 importing heuso, a;ippl-
uo vu uic nun importaucnp oi 'Uis at smpor-.
ters prices, and will receive, 'in n' fcw'wf-, a
very large and extensive invoiced Fresh Dtupi,
Chemicals, Bazin's (formerly) RoiwuMl'.s). Prrt'u
mery, new Chemical Preparations, liiitttm;mlii,
Fine Druts, and Scarce Preparations;- aevqf be
fore -brought to this market. We iU auppiy
Physicians and Merchants at a deduction' of ivven
ty per cent on their bills of former purchases in
Uiis place, or at tho "Circular Priwt" cf any rc
sponsible I'itlsbirrgh or Cincinnatti Houses " V? e
warrant our drucs lo be of first quality and en
tirely pure; coming directly from under the Drug
inspector a nana there is no possible chance for
theli adulteration. Call and see what difference-
there is la the quality of driips and ascertain our"
prices.: -tj. p. FLEMING. Dm st.
. , . - i
1851. SPRNG GOODS. ; 1851.
E8. EDWARDS t just received from
the f ast a large assortment of new ard de
sirable Goods, which in addition to his previous
stock constitutes ss tefge an assortment as can he
found in this region of country. His articles are
of the best quality, and ha will sell atYvery small
advance on eastern prir.es. Among bis articles
may be found a large variety of DRESS GOOD!, -consisting
of . r. i:i
Figured and Watered DreraSilks; , ,t
Pnuted French Grenadines, Borages, Tissues, fce
Black, Green and Maroon French Moriuoes; . ;
Black," Green, Mode and Maroon Thibet Cloths;
Black and Fancy fltpacas; . - -" "
Figured, Plain and Barred Swiss Muilins;
A large aasortiucnt of Printed Lawns, compri
sing the newest styles; - . ' 1
trench Printed Jaconets, Ginghams, 4c.
With an assortment of Worsted. Lint a. ami
Cgtlon Goods for Men's summer weak. r.. ;
Together with a splendid assortment of Prints of
the newest and most desiishle styles. ' ' :
Bleached andlirown Sheetings and Shirtings;
ALSO Cloths, Cassinicrcs, Satinetts. Jrnns.-
Tweeds, &lc. ;
I'omeroy, April 17, 1651. . . .
Collars, Cliemitcttes. and Corded kirts. tut
sale by aprill7 EDWARDS.
El NY LIND TRIMMINGS of all co-
3 lors, at api!17 EDWARDS.
BONNETS Florence Braid, Rough and ilea
dy, Milan Edce. Huncarian. Alhnni. NneHl,.
Braid, colored Chip and China Pearl Bonnets, fer
wleby apriln EDWARDS-.-
Bonnet Silk and Satin, various eolors-
Crape, Thule and Florence, assorted color,
ior unniieiLiintng, lor sale at
Hosiery A fine, assortment of Ladies' anu"
. Children's Hose. ComnriKinir evrrv variMv.
jusircceiYen oy flpriiw
iee Roots Kid, Morocco, Calf and Kip,
J fur sale at BpriU7 EDWARDS.
lieu, Cuttun, Jaeonel aud Swiss Edgings
i and Insert ings, fur sale at
apriln ' EDWARDS.
Kt s Plctes) Bonnet and Csp Ribbons, for'
J.ft sale very cheap at EDWARDS;
"S7bVBla7kriiiored,Whll7"kid and Silk
j Gloves of superior. niiality, at
utters and Half Gaiters, Kid, Morocco, Calf
IS and Kin Buskins, and Jennv Lind Ties.
Also, a good assorluii.-int of Misses snd Childreu's
uuskms, and l.ace uools, tor sale at
aptilU - - . , EDWARDS'.
ne Hundred Ream Can Paper
Also, Flat C'np, Letter and Bill Pnpr-r, at
rocei icn A General AssortmcnlofaPt uu
GROCERIES, for sale low by
jspril 1 7 EDWARDS'.
tccl A general assortment of Cast, Shear.
"' German snd E B Steel, for sale by
SI'OliA largo lot of all sizes, for sale at
apriln ' EDWARDS'.
nilfl and Spikes of all sizes, just receiv-
11 ed and for sale very cheap at
Oowder CO kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder
I on hand and lor inle at
PLO WS. The attention of farm
ers is called to my assortment of
Plowsi Longs Patent with or with
out stocks ; also, Plow Points and Land Sides.
April 17, 1861. E. S. EDWARDS.
?f5jj Tea Store I have on hand a largo
IhSelff 'ot 'nil,er'al' Young Hyson snd Black
LiJfliTEAS, which I ain prepared-to sell in origi
nal packages cither of Gi lbs., by the half chest,
or by the single lb, at very low pricea.
April -17, 1861. li. S. KDWAKDS.
ollow Ware A large assortment on hand
and for sale at E S EDWARDS.
April 17, 1861.
GEORGE W. HOLMES,
WHOLESALE GROCER, .
4, Main St., Middleport, Ohio.
iJiiAu, wj nnus.
O for sale low by
N. O. Sugar on hand and
GEO. W. HOLMES.
OLASSES. lf)0 bbls. new crop just re
ceived and for sale low by
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
IO COFFEE.60 bags superior article
just received and for sale low at No 4.
GEORGE W. HOLMES,
CIGARS. 30 boxes Cue regalias; .
10 do Canones;
13 do fine Havanna;
6000 Commons on hand and
for sale low by GEO W HOLMES.
POWDER, SHOT" LEAD For sale
st No. 4 GEO W. HOLMES.
f rEASr In chests, half chest and quarters,
JL fres h article, for sale ery low at No. 4.
OAP & CANDLESA good article of
both on hand and for sslc by the box.
GEO W HOLMES.
RAISINS 26 boxes just received and for
jale lowat No 4 GEO W HOLMES.
PRIME OLD WHISKEY 20 bbls. on
hand from one - to three years old for sale at
No 4. GEO W HOLMES.
rpOBACCO 20 boxes fine Va.andKy. leaf
X received from the manufacturers, snd for
sale low at No 4. GEO W HOLMES.
SR. MOLASSES CLARIFIED
. SYRUP, a good article, low at
GEORGE W HOLMES. -
EMONS & OR ANGES. 20 botes fresh
J and for sale cheap by G W HOLMES.
ACKEREL 60 bbls. Nos. 1, 2, and 4
just received and for sale low at No -1.
GEORGE W HOLMES.
BROOMS 20 dos. first rale artieles chcsp
at No 4 GEORGE W HOLMES.
"CODFISH A tew, drums just received by
GEORGE W HOLMES.
DYE STLFFSof all kinds, warranted good,
Just received and for sale low tiy
GEORGE W HOLMES.
MISS E. ASKINS,
Milliner and Mautuamaker.??
I I AS JLST Kr.Lr.l Vl'.D and is now opening,
in tho basement of the Riheldarfcr House, a
general assortment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial
Flowers, Crapes and Milliners Trimmings of all
kinds and of the best quality which will be sold at
a very small advonoe.
I'omeroy, April 17, 1861 n28tf. .
new supply nf Calf Skins, upper, Moroccos
BuCT Lining, Bindinrs and Findincs of al
descriptions. Come along "shops," snd see at
'PRE Administrator of.Vriah Eblin, deceased,
X has filed his accounts for final settlement. ,
A, DONNALLY, Clerk.,
May 8, I861-l-81w3
BROWN'S Canthsrirlin Tissue, at
yMOKEQ li LET ICS
L Cured, fiTklc at