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Vhig Mass Meeting.
At a meeting i the Whig Central Committee
of Meigs county, it was resolved to hold Mass
meeting of the Whigs of Meigs comity on j
Saturday, August, ltl,,,w
. to ratify the nominations made by the late Whig
" State Convention to," interchange opinlorii-to
renew moient pledge to take council forj'the
. ' futureand rekindle anew, the pl) Whig flrei of
uo Md '44...
The first election under the New Constitution
will be thd roost important 'election held since
the organisation of the State Qovernmenfrr-hap-i
i,g as it will, the destinies of the State for a Quar7
tut of a eenttrty to come;'"., Vrw'-f '
If we believe our pinoiplcs conservatory of the,
public welfare we Owe it to ourselves, our pos
terity, and the cause of Republicanism through
Out the world, to have, them engrafted on our in--ititutions
- - - ' J-.A-J ti.ZhZ
Let the People, therelbrjS turn, jout en-masse
far the purpose' of consuitation.1 "Ai in the good
old times the latch string will be'ouf."
A Free Dinner will he Provided,
for all who may tteiid.-V';,.'..T--V" "-'J
Able Speaker will be Present.f';
The meeting will also-appoint delegate to
Senatorial convention to nominate a oandidate for
Senator from the Counties of Meigs, Gallia, Law-
reuce and Vinton. Also delegates to a Convim,-
ti'nn ' in nominate i candidate for commou Picas
Judge for thcTdistrict composed of the counties.o
Athens, Meigs Callia, and Washington and to
transact such other business as way lesbrought'
before it..;' ',''.. .v '; "
The meeting will organize at 10 o'clock A." M,
fl order of the central committee. ' 1 ' '
., , v 5 1; , E.,WILLl4its6'jChaifrWii: :
K. IV Van Hoaw, aeormary. -, .. , tM
WHIG PRIMARY ELECTIONS.
To the WMg of Meigs County:
At the laar! bonveniion of tho Whigs 'oT
Meigs county a cliongo, wa3 mndc .. in the
manner of selecting cundidntns -substiiu-
ing Primary Elections for Delegate Con
a ventions. By ' the rufe's'ndoptod - by tlie
' Convention for the holding such elections
i is made the duty of the Central Commit
.. tee to give notice of the i time, &cv For the
better understanding of the matter we annex
' the rules which nrp as follows:
'1. Each tqwtls'hip. lo compose an Elec
tion Distrirn.; ' ,. ' , -2.
' Trio Primary Elections to be held on
the first Saturday in September. ' -'
3 .Two persons two act as judges and one
as clerlt. ' -"
. ' 4; '' Elections to opon at ono and close.', a
six o'clock. ' - ' "" ' ''; ."
B, The votes counted and the result aent
to the Central Committee by' the next Tues
day the returns to be published in the news
paper. - . - ,
6. . The person having the highest nuni
er of votes to be tho nominee. . . r
7. In case"6ra tie", the candidates wilf de
cidejby lot, as practiced in the Senate of the
United States. ' . -.
8. No person shall be considered a can
didate unless his nume has been announced
four weeks previous to the Primary Elec
ion, in the newspapor.
The abovo, in brief, ore the rules adopted
by the Convention. We therofore give no
tice that the Primary Elections will be held
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1 851 ,
under the above regulations. Tho returns
of said election to be sealed up and directed
to the Whig Centrnl Committee. The com
mittee would suggest that those returning the
poll books -attend on Monday, September
8ih,nt JO o'clock, in order that we may
have it meeting of the different townships,
. by their delegates, for general consultation
Candidates will observe, that under the
rule, hch names should be nnnoui.ced by
the F1B3T week. in August, at the farthest.
.JOHN CARTWRIQrjT,' ,
r M. HECKARD, ,
... E. H. STEDMAN, . :
vj,'. ;R. T. VAN HORN,..
, ... . . ,'.' '.''' Whig Central Committee.
1 Pomeroy, June 26, 1851. ; . . . .
O Consumption is a disease which is carrying
its viotims. to the topibs by thousands, without
, 'being arrested, iit its progress by the jncdicincs, in
common use at the present trfme. ' But a brighter
day is coining, and has oneiric as to successfully
arrest this disease. DP. ROGERS' LIVERWORT
AND TAR, not only, gives immediate relief jn
.Coughs end Colds,-. but Crura, the tfstimony of men
-of the highlit standing here and elsewhere, it is
r making some very remarkable cures of Cmisuinp-:
jRuaJuipiovemeiits in the treulmcut of diseases
r are onward, and nothing can arrest "its spirit io
" . . 1 . mi ' 1 m . , . 1
trie present age.; ynose wno are amiciea. wim
diseased Lungs, would do well -to call fiiv, the
Agents and see tho certificates of DrWin., J,
.Richard;!, Judge Wm. Burketho wife oHhe
-Kev. Oeo.-W. Malcy, and of Dr. Hiraui Cox, late
Professor in the Eclectic Medical College in Cin
cinnati,' ' -
For sale in Pomeroy by J. P. Fi.fmino and D.
..Jtnn, Agents for Meigs county; ' ,' " n37w2.".;
ii'.rjDi OuYSo-rr'a -Inriovisn f xtract.op Yr.i..
iaw Dock and SARSAPARiiXa is a sure remedy ftrr
Hereditary Taint." ' , "p j
l- Thousands of individuals are cursed with griev.
,ous complaints, Xvhich they iuhcrit from theltpa.
;rcnts.".' The use of the ,Yellow Dock and Sarsa.
Jarilla will save all this, and save a vast amount
of 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
Curse by which the sins or misfortuncT of the pa
rents ar so often visitei upon the innocent off
spring. .... i : ..
' Parents owe it lo their children to guard them
against the eOeets of malndies that Duty be com-
municated by descent, and children of parents
that have at any time been affected with Con
sumption, Scrofula o; Syphilis, owe it to them
selves to take precaution against the disease be
ing revived in thein. Guysott's Ejtraot of Yel
low Dook and Sarsnparilla it sure antidote. ;
tuoh easwt. -See advurtiaemont. n3ftw4n
Boxes Glassware received and for sale at
. GEOHUK W HOLMES.
TV T1CE. The undersigned has been appoint
'X cd and unsliflcd as Administrator on the
(state of Mury, Kent, bttc of Meigs county, dee'd.
i - v.' '-; - SAMCEL KENT..
June 12, 1861. u3fiw4pd.; -
"lODflSJlei iew drums just reeeived by
- Moitiu. 32 pages per,, jp umber; ,? 1, per an:
num. in advancej ten copies for t. ' t i-,' f ;
Bi-Mohthlv jtMb Month ly-TCS pgea..i).ej,att
nura; t?m'lste(; 10-copies fox tia. ...
Thi it the only journal, in Europe or America
devoted to a complete and origihaj system of An
thropology. It presents new and well demonstra
ted Systems of Phrenology, Physiology, iul Ph-
iognfimy, and surveys, from new position, the
Humanitarian progress, and the great wonders and
discoveries of the age. The doctrines of the f Jour
nal Lave been sanctioned, generaliy, 'by phrerlblo.
gisti and. men of seiorlce, :ho have: gften them
an 'investigation.-' Specimen numbers .will be
sent- gratuitously.,. Address the Editor,. Dr. J: R,
BUCHANAN,- Cincinnati. Remittances at the
Editors ns; , ' . -y" ; iu ' i
Volume first bjingatereolypd,''cop"iei i will be
sent- by mail for $2. "This volume contains nine
plates, one being a , map of the Jew , System of
rnrenpiogy.;, r: . . no88w4. ;
. POSITIVELY AT CO?TNO. HUMBUO.
! ; Only One Mreek5Lona:erAi
Now is your time to buy cheap paints, turpenr
tine; VarBish, Spices, Vermifuees, -Pills. Vials.
BotUes, castor oil, Sweet oil,, brushes, perfumery,,
.1 .i : u ... i i 1 ,
U111L7 ouujin, aim ccjyuinig iu hid a rill? une a I
call this week and settle. J. P. FLEMING".
THE FALL TERM of tfcia Academy wilLcora
fVience on Monbat, the 14th of September.
v Instruction is given in all the common branches
of- English education, the Latin, Greek, French
and Germaa languages and Higher Mathematics.
; The Principal is not ambitious that his pupils
should go over more ground than others, but it is
his aim to instruct all his pupils so thoroughly
that when they have fihished a study they will
have a complete practical and theoretical know
, An Apparatus will be provided to illustrate the
principles of Chemistry and Philosophy, and &
course of lectures accompanied with experiments
.Will be given on these sciences, during the ses
sion. No effort will be spared to make the Insti
tution one of the very highest order, both in the
number and extent of the ssudies pursued, and in
the facilities for acquiring a thorough knowledge
of them. . .
Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography and His
tory, per quarter, ' - , $5 00
Botany, Natural Philosophy, and Astrono
my, in addition to the above, - - 6 60
Natural Sciences, and the Higher Mathe
matics, Moral and Intellectual Philoso- '
' phy, Rhetoric, Logic, Book Keeping,, the ... -Latin,
and Greek Languages, 8 00
: No scholar is taken for less than a Quarter, and
no deduction made for absence, except in cases of
protracted sickness. - -
, . " C. C. GILES, Principal.
Poincroy, AugusQ2, 1881. ,,
Inhuman Cruelty Barbarism.' '
The inhuman creature who would suffer his
belter 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 Breud, crackers, cakes
and Pies. no37tf
Farm for Sale. '
OFFER forsalemy Fann lying on 'the road lead
ing from Chester to Parkersburg, in Chester
towuship, a half mile from Adams' mill, contain
ing 90 acres, 60 acres under cultivation, with two
dwelling houses and a well of good water, a good
apple and peach orchard, and a good shop suitable
tor a macksmith or wagon-maKer.
May 16, 1851 n32w3pd. K. W. SIMM.
J incral Water kept constantly on hand
i I and for sale by R. A. S1DEBOTTOM.
f I 'en In cheat, half chests, - and quarters.
X I'csa articles, ror sale low by
OAKES & BUSKIRK-
1000 lbs. Hams very finej
600 " Soulders do
2000 " Clear Pork do ,
For sale cheap for cash.
REED & BROTHER.
House and Lot for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for saie his d- 'elling
house; also, his corner house, at present occupied
as a Chair, Cabinet, and Tailor Shop, together with
the whole lot.. Said property is situated in the
most public part of Graham Station. The prem
ises is well calcula.ed for any kind of mercantile
business. For further particulars apply on the
premises to M. C. GREENLEE.
August 6, 1861. n43tf.
Hope for the Anltctal.
ALL WHO MAY BE SUFFERING WITH
a derangement of Nature from taking Mer
cury, may be cured by taking the Extract of
American Oil, which purifies the blood, and
will cure Fresh Cuts, Fever Sores, Bruises, Scalds,
Burns, Iuflamation, Flux, Erysipelas, Rheuma
tism, &c., with the small sura of 25 to 60 cents.
For sale by Wm. B. Pennington, Middleport,
Meigs county, Ohio; also, by H. Hayman, Letarts
ville, and S. H. Barrett, Rutland. Call and get
bottle, and you will find it to be one of the best
medicines now in use.
August 6, 1851. n43w3. ; ; .
' The Greatest
In thi whols World)
AT Prin II pmr BotlU, or 8 Bcttitor $3.
It U row put or In QUART BOTTLES, of Um mm
pomr ami wutical iflcacy m when In imall boltlei. Etch
Imrf botUa cootalna 8IXTY-FOUH DOSES, ud Uw
medication, an ao Stroaalr Concentrated that only
Une TolAmfxumftA la required at a Bone three do
thiii one boWe laau Twenty-One Way a, which la much
Ion (far than a bottle of any other medicine Liu, became there
u required of una lene Quantity at a auae.
Tbe irrrnt flajparfortty c
ot uua Hiooa runner over an
other nedklnea, coniiau In great meant re In lie p
aa a pan of ita compound, the etnaeral filadleml
ot toma 8earee and Kere
y Indian Roots and Barks,. ' ' '
which ao other medicine poeieetee. Theee are the moat aarlaai
Parlflen of tbe Blood thai were erer known to either
Imam or uMu mun, and tiwaa belnf 9ompoundi with IhetJroa?-Iy-oncmtrUd
, BarsaparUIa, Yellow Dock,
CHERRY AND SASSAFRAS BARKS,
make thla Vecetable Extraet,not only the gnalml Bleod
VarlSer, but eleo, a cheaper mtdichia by great edda
than any other. It la aaauvw, becanae the a aaatity of It thai
may be bouaht tor One Dollar will laat mack lonajer, and
will cure Tea Times more Blood-dlaeeao, than Uaa iMtari
worth of any other medicine.
Or For undoubted proof of the Curat of
aaid-HMd, XrwftNfcu. Sntt-Mnai, Mitumatum, SytIUt, Knev
km, Peaeka m tht Fa, Llrer-Conplnlnta, PU-, Iam-
a iHwa, v.oativeneaa, aon M.y,
ale, Patnt a 8Ht, Brmt, Unm, and Jointtand all other
lMrvaBLOOD Dua.iaa, aea our PAMPHLET! and HaiU
Wi wary Agaal bauiy them to fire away.
MISS E. ASK I IMS,
Milliner and Mantuamaker.
1 .1 AS JUST RECEIVED and is now onetime.
IX in the basement of the Riheldarfer liouse, a
general aOrrmentof Bonnets, Ribbvns, Artificial
Flowers, Crapes and Milliners Trimmings of all
kinds and of the best quality, which will be sold at
very small advance. . . . , . ,
Pomeroy, April 17, 1861 n28tf. .
the court of common pleas of Meies coun.
ty, Ohio, I will offer for' sale at the door of tire
court house, in Pomeroy, on the 25th day of Au
gust, the following real estate, to witi the south
west quarter ot tlie northwest quarter ot section
eight, town three, range thirteen, Ohio Ccmpa
ny purchase. Sold as the property of John Gil
leland, at the suit of David Barber et al. ,
, -- " M.W.COLLINS a. ai.e.
July 21lh, 1861 wtt.
' ' Administrator's Notice.
rrilE subscriber has been appointed and quail
1 ed as Administrator on the estate of Lorenzo
T)nwf late of Coalnort. Mcies county, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment: and those having
olairn against against said estate will present
them to duly authenticated for settlement within
one year frura tins date.. . -
. v: r . .1 JONATHAN D HOFP, Adrrr!.
fhmtW, Mayfl, lf"l. -r.?c3. . '
r f "?. - S rublie Sale
TuOTICE & hereby given that T will, on the
11 22d day of September next, at the door of the
court house.' in Pomerov. Meirs eountv. offer for
ale, the following property, to wit: 121 j aotea of
land, the ea?t end of 20? are 1ft, No. 54, in serhnn
28, town 6, range II in said county. Wrdeted to
be8old as the property of Sarah MGuire, Joha
M'Guire, the heirs of Horatio Sprague, Reuben
Eustice, and Charles G. Sprague, it the suit of
4udah Touro, v TII.1RVIN master oom'r.
August 13, '6t B44w6 '.. ;
' ' 1u1i1IS Sale. ' 1 : 1 1 '
XTOTICEls her:by given that I will, on the
i 1 22d day of September; next, at the door of
she court house, in I'omeroy, Meies county,' otter
for sala the followir.g tract of land: to wit: The
south-west part of fraction No. 6, in section 16,
town 9, range 10, containing 70 acres, and being
the farm on which George Wood resides, in the
county ot Meigs. Urdored to be sold as the prop
erty of said George Wood at the suit of Wm. M'
Dowell . TH. IRV1N, master com'r.
' August 18, '61 no44w6
?7 OTICE is hereby given that I will, on the
I 22d day of September next, at the door of
the court house in Pfjmeroy, Meigs county, oner
for sale the following tract of lnnd to wit: The
south-west quarter of the north-east quarter and
the south-east quarter of the north-west quarter
of section 29, town 7, and range 14 in said coun
ty. Ordered to be sold as the property of Harmon
Gibson at the suit of James Murphy.
TH. IKV1N master com'r.
August 13 '61 no44w3
- .Public Sale.
NOTICE is hereby riven that I will on the
22d day of September next at the dpor of the court
house by virtue ot a decree ot me court ot com
mon pleas of Meigs county, offer for sale the fol
lowing property, to wit- Lot No. 8, in the town
of Hiddleport, in said county, ordered to be sold
as the property of John W. Matthews, at the suit
of Hampton, Smith dr. co.,;;:; ..
- .: . in. jutvi.i,
! Master commissioner.
August 12, 1861. no44w6. . . ,
Sale by Order f Court.
Stedman and wife
Seth Pratt, et. al
BY virtue of an order in the. above case, from
the court of common Pleas of Meigs 'county, to
me directed I will expose to public sale on the
premises onMonday the 25th day of August next,
between the hours prescribed by law, the follow-
ine described real estate, to wit: B2 feet of the
North end of lot No. 15 in the town of Conlport
with all the appurtenances thereto Dciongmg on
the following terms to wit : One third cash in hand
one-third in six months from the day of sale, and
the residue in one year, according to the statute
in such cases made and provided.
-Appraised at S7b7.
M. W. COLLINS, s. m. o. '
July 24, 1861. n43w5.
r Public Sale. ' '
Notice is hereby eiven that I will on the 23d
day of August, next, offer for sale at the door of
the court house in the town of f omeroy, Meigs
county, the following Teal estate, to wit, lot 231,
divided into two parls. ' First, that part of said lot
adjoining the lot of Oren Branch, commencing at
the corner of said Branch' a lot on walnut street ;
next, to said lot 231 on Walnut street and running
so far westward I y along said street with the front
of said lot as to include the building on that part
of said lot next to said Branch's lot, supposed to be
about 23 feet 6 inches, and then back to the rear
of said part of said lot to include, from front to
rear, all of that part of said lot ; secondly, all the
residue of said iot 331. being the westerly or north
westerly part thereof. To be sold by the order of
the court of common pleas, at the suit of Robert
Hysell, against Wm. H. Dike, James Murphy'
John Davis and Samuel Morton, under a decree
in chancery. Appraisement. First part f 333.
Second part $400. TH. IRVIN
Master Com'r. in Ch'y, M. C.
Atturbineiit. On the 23d day of May, A.
D.' 1851, David Barber caused to be issued
from the Court of Common Flew, of Meigs 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, 1851. no36. . '
A T the J U ne Term of the court of common pleas
of Meigs county, the undersigned was appointed
ed and qualified as Administrator, with the will
annexed, of the estate of William McDaniel, late
of said county, deceased.
June 12, 1861. no3fiw3.
NOTICE. A petition will be presented to the
Truste sof Scipio township, Meigs county,
on Thursday, the 3d day of July next, praying
for a township road to be laid out from the dwel
ling house of Henry Webster, in Section 25,
Town 7, Range li, to the main road passing
through said section. . HENRY WEBSTER.
June 5, 1861. n35w4pd.
B'VArtue f 811 order to me direoted by the
court vi'common pleas of Melts county, 1 will
offer at public sale at the door of the court-house
in Pomeroy, on the first day of the next term, be
tween the hours prescribed by law, the following
real estate, as the property of Joseph Perry, dee'd.
to-wit: The northwest quarter of the northeast
quarter of section 26, town 2, range 11, in the
uino company s purchase; containing 40 acres
more or less.
Terms op Sales One third cash in hand, ene
third in six months, and the residue in one year
from the day of sale, the purchaser giving bond
with approved security. Appraised at 840.
A. UNliELS, Adm'r.
August 6, 1851. n43w4.
THE subscriber has been appointed and Quali
fied as Administrator on the estate of Josiah
Branch, late of Coalport, Meies county. O.. dee'd.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immedietc payment; and those having
claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement within one year from
nis date. O. BRANCH, Adm'r.
Pomeroy, August 1, 1851. n43w3.
BY virtue of an order to me directed by the
court of common pleas of Meigs county, I offer at
public sale at the door of the court-house in
Pomeroy, on the first day of. the next term, be
twecen the hours prescribed by law, the following
real estate, viz: a part of fraction No. 2, in town
ship No. 2, range No. 13, in the Ohio Company's
Purchase: and beginning at the southwest corner
of said fraction, and running thence east 22 chains
and 70 links; thence north 33 deg. west 14 chains
tnence north 40 deg. west 2 chains and 64 links;
thence south 6 chains and 66 links; thence west
13 obains and 25 links; thence south 9 chains and
30 links, to the place of beginning; contuiniug
20 acres more or less. Appraised at $464.
Tkrbis: One third cash in hand; one-third in
six months, and the residue in one year from the
day of sale, according to the statute in such cases
made and provided. .
A. lPiGELS, Adm'r.
August 6, 1851. n43w4.
NOTICE. William Pullins, Catharine Pul
lins, Isaac Sheets, Mary J. Sheets, John F.
Spencer, V.'illiain V. Spcnccf, Andrew J. Spencer,
oniiicy a. opencer, James A. spencer, uiarissa
Spencer, John J. Perdon, Margaret Perdon, La
vinaCreps, Christian Creps, William Creps, Mary
A, Creps, and Lydia Creps, will take notice that
a petition was filed against them on the 30th day
of July, 1851) in the court of common pleas of
Melga county, by Francis F. Spencer, and is now
pending therein, wherein the said Franois de
mands partition of the following real estate, to-wit:
40 acres off the west side of the northwest quar
ter of section No. 6, town No. 2, of range 13, in
Meigs county) and that at the noxt term of said
court application will be made by the said Franois
lor an oruer. that partition may be made of said
premises. F. P.. SPENCER.
AugUBt5, 1851.wn43w8.! i
Notice Thomas Cane, John Cane, William
Cane, Samuel Cane, Nelson Edson and
Mary Edson, of the 6ate of Pennsylvania, heirs
at law una. legal representatives of James Cano,
late of Meigs county, Ohio, deceased, will take
notice that Nancy Cane, widow of James Cane,
deceased, did on the 6th day of Aeust, 1861, file
in the court of common picas of Meigs county,
her petition, praying to have dower assigned her
in sixty acres oi land lying in Uheater township,
in said county; of which (aid James Cane, died,
seixea ana possessed, . -, ,
v , , ', M. HECKARD,
' i f ' : ;; . Sol. for Petitioner.
aV.tfu i irtw,. , - - v , -.. i
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
' j-rr. Quaentwaret eta '. ,
IS BACK AGAIN AT HIS OLD STANDI, ON
I 'the eorner of O-rry nd r.v.nt, wiwe he
wm uc nappy iu Brec un numerous friends and
customers with -i another.. (the fifth) lot. of old
1 . w . vr unams ana connected his own iherewit h
ne 19 prepared 10 iraue r every marketable arti
cle, cash not excepted, upon terma to hdiL . . ..
. N. B. The Stove Store and Tin and Copper
Establishment will be continued in the old stand
one door below oy -.' bnUTH & THOMPSON
'fJuly 10, 1851. -. r.-ji-, it. , .1
ILOTHINU made to order and warranted in
j every particular by , , H. B.. SMITH.
"D OOt & .Shoes. Wishing to close out this
it part of my trade I will tell below the usual
ratesat w holesale or retail. "-a, B. 8MITH,
July 17, 1861. :'
"I umbcr,""Weather boards and inoh poplar.
jj iot sale Dy , , h. h. SMITH.
lass Jars," Tea Boxes, Lamps and other
ji store room turnuure ror saie at
' - 1 H. B. SMITHS.
Buckets Ac Tubs From
Factory for sale at ' -
Brooms. 20 dos. at wholesale at
Tin War e-An extensive assortment con
stantly on hand and for sale at Cincinnati or
Pittsburgh prices, Merchants will save freirht bv
purchasing irom ns. Mill n iHUJUrSUW.
SMITH says that the Cash fVtfm works like
a charm. He has lust'Tetumed 'from thn
Queen City and is prepared to accommodate his
numerous customers with the following articles
at his cash prices. , , '
0 Barrels best Molasses; ; , . .
16 do Middling, and Extra Sugars;' '
10 Boxes Raisins; , ,. , . i.r . 4 .
10 do Soap; '.' ' :' '
10 do Candles; . ( .... ,., ,
Sugar Crackers; Soda an Butter do.r
Coffee, Tea, Ac. . , ' , i y . .
Spices and other articles belomringr to the trade
at Wholesale or RetaiL Call' and see him first
house above the Rolling Mill. . "He's there."
T) LATFOKM SCALES,
for sale at Cin
cinnati prices, at
Kanawha Salt 40
low for cash at v.
barrels for sale very
WENTY-FIVE Bushels Shoe Pegsas
sorted sizes, from the best factors in the Uni
ted States, for sale at-,, . SMITH'S.
Iard A splendid article of No.
j My8, 1851
1 for' sale at
TEA STORE-Having just received
a new supply of that splendid TEA, from
Philadelphia, I offer it to the oublic with
renewed inducements. . . H. B. SMITH. Aeent.
July 17, 1851. .. .. , ... v
y' od 1 Fountain for sale, with all the re
ceipts and appurtenances, at
May 8, 1851.
fl 1 WENTT-FIVE Barrels Curtis' best Crab
J Cider for sale
to close consignment, at
the store of
H. B. SMITH
LEATHER. Upper, Calf, Topping, Lin
ing and Binding skins, for sale at the store of
decl9'1860. H. B. SMITH.
(J OLE LEATHER. A. splendid article o
O Cincinnati and Hemlock tan, for sale at . .
. - ' " SMITH'S.
BLASTING POWDER. 26 kegs just
received on commission and for sale upon the
cash principle, by ' . . . i 1 H. B. SMITH.
BED PINS.-3 brls.
ed and for sale by. :
Bed Pins just receiv
H. B. SMITH, Agent
COAL STOVES. The celebrated Enterprise
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Call and see -hem, at
Selling "off at Cost.
Great bargains! Great Bargains I
THE subscriber about tJ decline business in
Pomeroy, offers his entire stock through the
month 0' July '
His stock embraces; V
DrujfS A full and general assortment.
Chemicals Fresh and o( the best manu
Faints. Wilson's celebrated Chocolate col
ored, Fire and Weather Proof Paint, which we
offer cheaper than common white lead; Chromes,
Red, Yellow and Green; Chinese, Trieste and
American Vermillion; Blue & Celestial Patent
Blu, Yellow Ochre, Spanish Brown, Ven. Red,
Red, White, and Black lead; Lamp, Bone & 1
vory Black, Umber, die, &c,
Oils. Every kind, with prime bottled Cod
Dycstufls. Embracing Acids, Annottn,
Cochineal, Indigo, Logwood, Ex-Logwood, Mad
der, Vitriol, &c. &e.,-;-
Brilshes.Cloth, Hair, Tooth, Nail, Shav
ing, Whisker, Flesh, Hat Dusting, Hearth,
Sweep, Whitewash, Horse, Scrub, Shoe, Paint,
Varnish dc Sash Brushes.
Together with vials, Bottles, Essences, Cor
dials, Pills, Spices, Cigars, Tobacco, Snuffs,
Wines, Liquors, Perfumery, Blacking, Surgical
& Dental Instruments, Black Lead Pots. Block
Tin Zinc, Sandpaper, Turpentine, Rosin, Var
nish, Pure Old Rye Whiskey, Glue, Inks, Ver
mifuges, and variety articles. .
Pomeroy, July 1st, 1851. . J. P. FLEMING.
R. E. Constable. . . R. A. Constaslb.
R. E. CONSTABLE & SON,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
and Solicitors in Chancery.
Athens, Athens County, Ohio, :
Will promptly and rAiTHFvi.LV attend to all
business entrusted to them in the Ohio Courts or
in the Circuit and Supreme Courts of the United
States. ' " '
ID Office eight doors West of the Post Office
and opposite the Court House. ' " ' Ji .
July 10, 1861. n40tf. ;'.:.;..
. -I , , T -. H . H r.
AT. my instance an attachment was this day
issued byS. S. Paine a justice of the peace
of Salisbury township,. Meigs.. W, against the
property and effects of George V.-'Aken, a non-.
resident of said countv. ,
July 12, 1851. n41w3. . :. :.. (:;
NOTICE. At my instance an Attachment
was this issued by Seneca Haight, a justice
of the peace of Rutland township, Meigs county,
and State of Ohio, against the property andeffects
of William F. Kent, a non-resident of saidooun
ty. . JAMES H. JOHNSON.
. July 7, 1861. n40w3., . ... .
- Notice, v, ' , .
THE Second term of Mr. Williams' Singinh
slass will commence rm Saturday evening the 5tt
tst, at half past seven o'clock, in the baseraitC
if the Presbyterian churoh. Persons desirous of
rniting with the ciassare invited to be present on
.hat evening. , r
July 8, 1861. n38w3. .'!', . ' .
POMEROY WHARF BOAT.
COURT HOUSE I.ANDINO. : '
1AV1NQ newly fitted up- my Wharf Boat,
ind improved its cooeitv. I am urennred tn r .
ceive and forward all kinds of goods, produce, 4c.j
eirher up or down the river, at the most reasona
ble rates, llavlne made Permanent arranirpmpnta
sietmcn Plvin regularly to Cincinnati
and Pittsburgh, I am prepared to forward freights
at uniform rates regardless of the season.' Those
"oiiiug vu biiiji on me ruisourgn anu Cincinnati
Packets, or on any of the smaller boats plying re
gularly "Ohio," "Reveille," or "Gov. Meigs,"
can make their shipments through mo at a great
auvaniage. jay charges are moderate, and as my
facilities forstonng goods are not exceeded byany
other boat on tha River, I invite buaineasmen to
consult their wn interests by advancing mine.
Careful and attentive hands are always ready day
and night, to receive or dischargo freight- - :
i ramilies.removlng to the West can be ac
commodated on board the Wharf Boat, - .'
Junet2n36 " . . JAS. MARTIN.
N. B. All latten ami frn!ol,t.hm,i.i l,
Jd "J. Martin, Pomeroy Wharf Boat, Court House
IT Athens Mersenger copy W the amount of$l
and ch.irge Ih'a rftcu, ... ,
TtiriBlfr tire fsfJiinl Bfitd."
,J MARIETTA' MARB1 1? WOMS.
HOLLISTER LEONARD would respect
forinthe. citizens of Poinemy and vicinity
tliatthfy etill cmitinut the MAKBIE ELSiNEiS
in all in all its various branches at their old stand
in Marietta. Ohio. - - . .
;,Hvirg just recoiued a large aad well selected
assortment of Italian and Anieriran Marble Slabs
andlllocks, are prepared tnntake to-order. MON
UMENTS, TOMB-TABLES and IlKAD-STONEii
of every Variety, on the shortest notice, ia the
nkathst style, and for the iowiist prices. .r; -
Marble Mantels Centre Table-Tops, die, al
ways on hand. ...,., .;-
Grindstone from the beet Warren quarries,
aonstantly on hand, wholesale or retail, j.,-,,
Any orders addressed to us at Marietta, or II.
B. Smith, Pomeroy, will be promptly attended to.
. Marietta, O. June 19,J861. n37m6. . ;
. Boad Tax rNotici.T- '.: '
The Commissioners of Meigs county ' at their
marcn session rooi, ceterrainea that general
levy of ten cents on the 1100 valuation, be as
sessed on the taxable property of said county
enicrea on ine duplicate ot 1861.
' ALSO. An additional levy of 20 cents on the
$100 valuation, by the Trustees of Chester, of 2
cents on the J100, by the trustees of Olive : of
20 cents on the 5100, by the Trustees of Orange,
and 10 cents on the f 100 by the Trustees of
Salisbury. " ' ' S. HALLIDAY Aud.
June !26, 1851. n38w4.
LBS. Lampblack for 90 cts, t
' ' ELEMING'S '
O panlsb Liquorice 20 cU. per lb. at
k5 ....... 1 FLEMING'S ,
land Paper, at cost, at
Spiees, Cinnamon, Cloves, Pepper, and 'All
spice at cost at FLEMING'S'
Chocolate, olored Metallic Fire and Weath
er proof paint, for the manufacture of which the
proprietor has been awarded seven medals from
the different Fairs and Institutes of this and other
States, for its superiority over all others. It is sus
ceptible of a fine polish and warranted not to
crack. For sale at cost, or cheaper than than any
other kind of paint at regular sales.
I amp Chimnies Churches aud Hails can
li now supply themselves with Lamp Chimnies
fltcostat. i rutjuiwg..
Drutr Store for Sale.
ITH a large and constantly increasing
patronage, situated in the town of Pome
roy. 1 he present prosperous condition ot the
place together with recently developed resources,
render it the most desirable location in the State,
The fact that several extensive salt companies
have lately cone into operation under such lavor-
able auspices, induces the belief, that the growth
of the town,' hitherto so unparalleled, has but
just commenced. For particulars enquire, post
paid, of . . J. P. FLEMING.
Pomeroy, July 1st, isai.
House and Lot for Sale.
rflE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale his House
and Lot in Minersville, near V B Horton's
upper coal-bank The size 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 leet square
of a room. The second story has two lurte rooms,
with a good fireplnce. The upper story is all in
one room, with a good fireplace. Also, a good
cellar, 10 by 18 feet. The lot is 60 feet in font
bv 225 back. ..... c.
Any person wishing to purchase tins property
shall have a great bargain.
THUMAS JUflUS 1,1!. VV e,L,K.
May 22, 1851 n33w4pd
Wholesale and ltctail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, and
FRONT ST., BELOW THE RIlir.I.DARFER lrot'SE,
would respectfully announce to his customers,
and the public, that he has constant ly on hand a
large assortment qf every aiticlc in his line, v.-hich
he is prepared to warrant equal to any brought to
this market. , . . . . . '
He keeps constantly on hand, besides CAfiDIES
RAISINS, CREAM NUTS.
PRUNES, GROUND NUTS,
ORANGES, BRAZIL NUTS,
LEMONS, FILBERTS, PECCAN NUTS,
And in a word every variety of articles usually
found 1 a wholesale rruitery and Confectionery.
Having an excellent BAKERY attached he is
prepared to furnish BREAD, CAKES, CRACK
ERS, PIES, &.C., as may be desired.
ITParties furniiiied 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, are invited to call. '
IP-Orders promptly and satisfactorily filled.
Pomeroy, May 29, 1861. no34tf.
Lemon Syrup, for sale wholesale and retail
by GEO. HOSSICK.
ICE CIIEABI. This delicious summer lux
ury will be served every evening and families
supplied to order at HOSSICK'S.
PlTTUuKGH AN J CINCINNATI PACKETS.
DAVS Of f ASS! NO POMEROY I P AND DOWN,
Messknoer, Down Sunday, Up Wednesday,
Saturday, " Tuesday,
MARIETTA, POMEROV AND CINCINNATI PACKET,
Ohio, Down Tuesday. Up Sunday.
POUKROV AND PORTSMOUTH PACKET.
S Leaves Pomeroy Monday dt Thursday
" Portsui'th Tuesday & Friday.
REGULAR WEEKLY TICKET
Between Pltsburph.lTIarletta, Fome
roy and Gallipolis. '
A The new and fast running steam-
tetenfetL) er GOV. MEIGS, Captain John N.
"tiLati SunxK, will make regular weekly
In us between the above norts,
Leaving Pittsburgh for Marietta, Pomeroy und
Gallipolis, every TUESDAY, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Retvrning leaves Pomeroy for Marietta and
Pittsburgh, every THURSDAY at 0 o'clock, A. M.
June 19, 1851. n37tf. "
Protestant Episcopal Rev. Tuoius U.
Dooley, Reotor.- Services every Subbnth morning,
at 10s o'clock. ....
Presbyterian Rev. R. Wilkinson, Pastor:
Services every Sabbath morning at 101 aVc'cck.
Melhodlst Episcopal Rev. J. F. Given,
Pastor: Services at the upper church on alternate
Sabbnth mornings, at 10 o'clock at lower church,
every Sabbath afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Roman Catholic Rev ThkopiiilcsKrapf,
Priest: Services every babbath morning.
German Methodist Rev. Mr. Gevkr,
Services every Sabbath morning.
fierman Lutheran Rev. Mr. Mabel,
Services every Sabbath morning.
MASONIC. Pomeroy Lodge,
No. 161, Stated Meetings, tho Monday
Evening, on or before the full moon in each
month. Hall in Murphy's building, Second st.
O. O. P. Naomi Lodge,
J.No. 117, Meetings on every Friday
. V. Eveniug, .Hall in Edwarda' building.
f-y-" Welfare Division, iVo. 06, Sons
i-jof Temperance, Meetings every Saturday
aW Evening. Hall in DeCamp't building.
f-.xv. Salisbury Division IVo. 899,
L- Sons of Temperance Meetings on Saturday
Evenings. Hall, Rice's building Middleport
c 7 Crystal Fount Division No, 1,
i5ons n1 Daughters of Temperance mcet
aWA ings every Friday afternoon at the Bonsf
Hall in PiPtWy. " -' : .... !---.. s.
- i.-mrt vmcf I'litri
J HAVING roc eived a iittla. thmici no y$ ,
ordupied, than the law.'in its humane optvation,
allows, on the night of the late fire, we arc now to
be lound in wm. 11. Kunmrtcti's nur.aing, one
door below his store. Having supplied ourselves
with ait our Cussing articles, we arc cnaoiea to
famish our customers at reduced prices. In addir
tiop to our pnttunt stock we tavf made arrange
ments with an eastern Importing house to supply
us with the latest importations of drugs at impor
ters prices, and. will receive, iu a few wet-kv a
very large and ejteisive invoice f Frcsjl .Drugs,
Chcuiioala, Baziu's (formerly) RuuweU's)' Pcrfu ,
inery, new Cheuiical Preparations;, Jnettumcats,
Fine Drup.a, and Scarce Preparations,, twvet bq :
fore, brought, to this market. We will supply
Physiciaus and Merchants at a deduction of twen
ty per cent tm their bills of former, purchases .in
this place, or at the 'Circular Prices" of auy .re
sponsible Pittsburgh; or Cincinnati! House. Wc
warrant our drugs to be of first quality and en
tirely purej coming directly from under the Drug
Inspector's hands there is no poss'tblo chance for
their adulteration.. Call and see what differencc
there is in the quality of drup.i and ascertain our
prices- J. P.- FLEMING, Dtnpyist,
I851. SrBNG COODS.; 1 1851,
T71 S. EDWARDS has just Tucclved from
. the East a large assortment of new and . de
sirable Goods, which in addition to his previous
stock constitutes aa large an assortment as can be
found in this region of country. ' His articles are
of the best quality, and he will sell at a very small
advance on eastern prices. Among his articles
maybe found a large variety of DRESS GOODS,
consisting of ..,.,.;. j. . .i r V h
'i Figured and Watered Dress Silks: . .- v '
Black, Green and Marood French MertBOMr. "
Black, Green, Mode and Maroon Thibet Cloths:
Black and Fancy Alpacas; -1 :j-f ,;- ?
Ficured, Plain and Barred Swiss Muslins i, ., '
"'A large assortment of Printed Lawns, coaipri
singthe newest styles; uv t A, . 1 . i -. !
french Printed Jaconets, Ginghams, c.
rt With an assortment of Worsted, Linen, and
Cotton Goods for Men's summer wear.
Together with a splendid assortment of Prints of
the newest and most desirable styles. . .,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings: :
ALSO Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinetis. Jeans.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1851.
TT EEDLE WROtJGllTCAPES.Cum
L V Collars, Chemisettes, and Corded skirts, for
sale by opriin ' EDWARDS.
1 ENN Y LIND TRIMMINGS of all o
f Inrs, at
TIONNETS Florence Braid. Ratirh ami Itpa
O dy, Milan Edge, Hungarian, Alboni, Necd
Braid, colored Chip and Cbjna PearL Bonnets, f.r
wleby apriin EDWARDS.
T)onnct Silks and Satins, various colors
u Urnpe, Thle and Florence, assoTtct coi r.",
mr uonnci Lining, lor sale at , .
Hosiery A fine assortment of Ladies' and
Children's Hose, comprising every vnrirty,
juaireceiveq vy npntii r.llVYAKHM.
ace Boots Kid, Morocco, ('alf snd Kip,
J for sale at . . apriin - EDWARDS.
inen, Cotton, Jaconet and Swiss Edgings
1 and luserungs, tor sale al
Piecc9 Bonuet.ond Cap Ribbons, fir
sals very cheap at " EDWAHIiS.
Gloves Black, Colored, White Kid mnlSilk
Gloves of superior quality, at,
-O Oilers and Half GaitcrR, Kid, Morocco, Calf
T and Kin Buskins, and Jenny Lind Tics.
Also, a grind nssortmemt of Misses and Children's
nuskins, and Lncr Boots, lor sale at. -apriin
- ' EDWARDS'.
ne Hundred Reams Cap Paper
Also, Flat (Jap, Letter and Bill Paper, at
1 roceries A General AssortmentoWr
JT GROCERIES, for sale low by
teel A general assortment of Cast, Shear,
German and E B Steel, for sale bv
jipriln ' ' EDWARDS'.
I'OU A large lot of all sizes, for sale at "
) apriin EDWARDS'.
p. ails aud Spikes of all sixes, just rm-iv-i
. ed and for sole very cheap at
Powder 60 kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder
on hand and for sale at
apriin . EDWARDS'.
. i i,u a a. i ne huciiiioh oi ianri
ers is called to my assortment f
Plows Longs Patent with or with
out stocks ; also, Plow Points and Land Sides.
Aprill7, 1851. E.S. EDWARDS.
i'eS1 Store I have on hand a large
IlLvtl lot of Imperii!, Young Hyson and Black
,?5MTEAS. which I am prepared to sell in origi
nal packages cither of Ci lbs., by the half chest,
or by the single lb, at very low prices.
April 17, 1851. E. o. EDWARDS.
Hollow Ware A large assortmenton hand
and for sale at L S EDWARDS.
April 17, 1861.
GEORGE W. HOLMES,
No. 4, Main St., Middleport, Ohio.
SVUAU, linds. iN. U. Sugar on hand and
r for sale low by GEO. W. HOLMES.
OLASSES, 100 bbls. new crop just re
ceived and for sale low by
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
RIO COFFEE 60 bags superior article
just received and for Nile low at No 4.
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
CIGARS. 20 boxes fine regalias;
10 do Canones;
13 do fine Havanna;
6000 '.Commons on hand and
for sale low by GEO W HOLMES.
JOWDER, SHOT & LEAD. For sale
at No. 4
GEO W. HOLMES.'
r I XEAS. In cheste, half chests and quarters,
1 frcs h article, for sale ory low at No. 4.
JOAP V CANDLES. A good article of
) both on hand and for sale by the box.
GEO W HOLMES.
AISINS. 26 boxes just received and for
Sale low atNu4 UiSU VV. llULMKn. . .
PRIME OLD WHISKEY. 20 bbls. on
hand from one to three years old for sale at
No 4. . GEO W HOLMES.
r OBACCOr-20 boxes fine Va. nndKy. leaf
I received from the manufacturers, and for
sale low at No 4.
GEO W HOLMES.
1L. MOLASSES & CLARIFIED
ja SYRUP, a good article, low at
UEUliGE W HOLMES.
LEMONS cV ORANGES. 20 boxes fresh
and for sale cheap by ; G W HOLM E3.
MACKEREL. r.0 bbls. NcrTandl
just received and for sale, low at No 4.
GEOitGE W HOLMES.
I .ROOMS -20 dor., first rale articles cheap
I) alNot . , GEORGE W HOLMES. -
YE STUFFS of all kinds, warranted goodl
just received and for sale low by
GEORGE W HOLMES.
Anew supply of Culf Skins, Upper, Morocco
Buff Linings, Bindings aud Findings of a,
Come aloim "shous," and soe at
, ". ' ' SMITH'S.
OUNTY LAND For those who served in
the War of 1812 with Great Britain or any of the
Indian. 1 have received a copy of the Lite Act of
Congress, passed September 28, 1860, . granting
Bounty land, etc., and am prepared to procure
lands under the provisionsof said,' "'"
Those desiring muirmntion concerning their
rights to lands can be informed by application to
me. No change will be made except in cases pro
ving successful, and in such charges will be reason
able. ,x . "-"
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
,- The subscriber has been appointed wholesale
gent for this world renowned Liniment, aud
will furnish tlie trade with it at tho proprietors
prices 16.00 pr gross or $1,60 a dozen.
..i i ' . -' . J. P. FLEMING. -
Dos. Bucket on hand and for sale by - .
- rr .; jCWO W MOLMrt.S .
f .i t( j j.. i f, 1,'., ., , ',,
GUYSOTT'S IMPROVED EXTRACT
TJFi YELLOW DOOB, AND SAKSAPAR-; 1
114.A. TW.4raedy loi FuriMnjj.the.Bloort, r;
and;curiitg disease, arid tho only remedy ikat ia ., ,
tbcioughly cfiicitnt and pertectlf harmlVsa.' -"
f'hta Medioine.when ustdancoidinr Mi'diiCCtions
T.Will Cnr Without Fail. V .
SciiTfutavor King's Evil, Cancers, Tumon.-j Krup- . .
iktnscf theskin. Erysipelas, Chronic or&Kyes,
ringworm, or Tetters, Scald bead.RheurnetiMn,
" ! Pains Ik the bones or joint.-), eld sores and v : '
j vWectss fweUing 'of the glands, e-phili. ;..f f
' ri. DyspefRsii, Salt Rheum, discard of the :,y..
t kidneys, loss of appetite, diseases sr-t ( . 1,.
using irein tne use 01 mercury, : ! ...
i pain in the side and shoulders, t. v c.
' general debility, dropsy, lum, : : 1 '. ; :
tago. ..." -s'- ;t i ... ! -.!? :;
Tho test Female Medicine known. Incipient t
Consutuption, Barrenness, Leucorrhea or M'hites; 'i
Irregular Menstruation,' lncontinuenra of Irine. y
General ' Prostration of the System,, DeprcKed
Spirits and (ilram y State of Miud are cured bv
DR. : GTJVSOTT'S EXTRACT OF v. YELLOW I
DOCK AND SARSAPARILLA, wbich gives im-
mediate relief, by renewing the tiuntain of Health ':
and Strettth, the Blood. It neutraliws bad hu- ;
mom tips unnatural accretions, and gives hel- ot
ui acnon m au me viuu powers. 1 4 '-: in' . .
Its mud alterative properties render rt pectilisr-
' M- d delicto eonstiJ
tution of 1 tha female. It immediately, contracts
that distressing nervousness and lassitude tn
common to the femalo frame, and imparts an en-
ergy arid buoyancy as surprising as they are grate -.
ful." We have evidcnca on tile, which induce
us strongly to recommend this medicine to rrwr-;
rien people who have hut been blessed with off-
spring.' 1 ' .' ' 1 J,
Prylapsis Ctcri, or Falling of the Womb, of fiv;
years standing,' cured ry nr. uupsott s extract
of Yellow Dock and Sarsnparilla, after 'every
other known remedy had lucn tried without
; rolief. 's ' - '
- ' " fsmNnTOc, f., February, 1M9. '
This certifies that my wifi.-, aged twfnty seven
yeurs, has been suffering under the above com-'
plaint fit five years; nearly all (hat time confined
to her bed." I have for four vmu.i constantly cm
ployetl the best medical talent that conld be pro
ceed in this section of the country, tvithout any
benefit whatever. ' I have' also purchased evwry '
instrument reeomnienced for th ebreof suh dis
eases, all' of which proved worthless., '
In the spring of 1K48, was indiicPd by my-'
friends to try Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock aud
Sarsaparilla, which- was lined for four months.---After.
she" had used it- for about four weeks, it
was evident to all of os that she improved rapid-'
ly, and gained 'flt-sh end .strfiigth, until she is
now enjoying excellent health.
. '' : - - WM. MONKORT.
, M'e being neighbors to -Wm. and Julia Mun
fort, know that the above- statement as to the
sickness of Mrs. Monfort, and as to the cure being
effertfd by "Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsa
parilla," to be strictly true.
' ' - ' SAltAH POWERS.
a casu or cr.ctnATED i.imiis or IG tsars stand-1
The following is an extract of a letter dated
March 27, I860, from E. B; Perkins, M. ., a
highly respeeUiMe jsliysiciau of Marietta, Ohio:
John Park Deat Sir: I have under my care a
young womaii who, for sixteen years, has been
suffering from I'lccrated Limbs, and whose case
has been pronounced hopeless by three of our
best physicians. I took her into my family, and
have u:'f'd Guysott's Yellow Dock and Scrsopa
rilla freely, and 1 am confident that the Yellow
Dor:k mid Sarsaparilla will effect a permanent
eure. She is better in general health than she
has ever been before, and walks a mile or two
without fatigue or pain. A a pear ago she used
crutches. 1 will report the ease in due time-r-Very
respectfully, , E. B. FERK1NS.
KING'S EVIL.-CASK OF O. M. LEONARD.
tTlf the reader will observe, he will see that, .
in nearly all eases, the patient has tried nearly
every physician within his reach, and nearly
every remedy; but when he hits upon Guysott's
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, the cure is im
Hi.ooHiNO Grovr, Deo. 1st 1619.
Messrs. S. F. Bennett ot Co. Gents; Some
time in 1843 I was attacked with King's Evil iu .
my arm, which became so snre that 1 could not
use it, and in 1845, mortification set in. I em
ployed, at different 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 as large as a fifty-cent piece, i theu
tried an Indian Doctor, who Temoved the morti
fied flesh, and stopped the mortification, but
could not heal my arm. My strength at this
time wns completely exhausted, and my person
much emaciated. 1 continued in this state until
the summer of 1848, when I saw an advertise
ment of "Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsapa
rilla," wbich I read attentively, and sent for one
bottle of the article. After using it a few days,
the discharges from my ami iucrea.ed, ami as
sumed a light color, and less offeiisive odor. I
sent for a second bottle, and while using it 1
found my strength increasing, and the discharges
from my arm decreasing. 1 continued using it
until I had used six bottles, thouth I felt myself
peifcctly cured before 1 used the sixth bottle.
Since that time I have not felt any pain in my
arm; 110 sores have reappeared, and I have no
reason to doubt that it is thoroughly cured, for I
have no reason to doubt that it is thoroughly
cured, for I can labor with it as well as I ever
"Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsapnrilld" ac
lone cured me; I took no other remedy whil- ,
using it. and had I used it at the first aunear-
auce of the malady, I fully believe it would have
saved me from years of suffering. And 1 most
earnestly recommed every person suffering under
any similar disease, to use " uuysotl'g Yellow
Dock and SarsapaTilla," which will restore them
o health. Yours in gratitude,
O. M. LEONARD.
iryNone genuine unless put up in large bottles,
containing a quart, aud name of the sXrup blown
in the glass, wit ti tne written signature, S. P. Den
nett, tin the outside wrapper.
BTPnce 51 per bottle, or 6 bottles for C5.
Sold by : J. D. PARK, Cincinnati. O.
North-cast corner Fourth and Walnut sts., en
trance on Walnut st to whom all orders uiust
For sale by D. Reed, Ppmeruv; G, W. Cooucf
& Co., Chester, John Fronie, Coolville: J. Cane-
hart, & Co., Point Pleasant; John Perkins. Atkeiisi
Magnet iSt Naret, Gallipolis; 8. S. Murray, Wilkes
villc;G. J. Payne, Porter. '
Surgfou Dentist. '
CHARLES N. MAD
DY, begs leave to in
firm the citiaens of this
vicinity that he may be
found at his residence
iu Shefiild, at all hours,
when not professionally absent. He is prepared
to execute all operations pertaining to the profes
sion, ma style 01 neatness, ease and durability. .
TEETH inserted in complete or parts of setts,
upon gold plate, with or without artificial Gums, in
so accurate a manner, as to deceive the tlot-cst ob
Hischnrrcs shall in all cases be low. and cratlu-'
ated according to the amount of labor and material
expended; pledging himself to give entire satisfac
tion in mi cases entrusted to Ins core;
IT'LADIES waited upon at their residences, if
required. - .
UTThe NERVE killed and the Tooth saved with
outsensatinnof pain to the patient. - - .
rrr'i he Letheon will be used lor extracting
Teeth, if required. ' -J 1 ; . . ,
---ALSO '. . : 1
CANCERS, all kinds! old RUNNING SORES,
SCROFULA, FITS,' RHEUMATISM, first and se
cond stages of CONSUMPTION,' ou -mudcrate
terms . x ..-. '.-. .. .
Ho invites the afflicted portion of the community
to give him a call. A fail trial is all lie asks.
May 1, 1861 u30tf, ; -
W- ASHING SODA.'--Oul.v8eU. prlb7at
. : , . . v f FLEMINGS. )
JUDGE NYE resumes the practice of the Law
: He will attend the Courts in Meigs and Gallia,
and th other conutieoflf the (present) eighth (sit -
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