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rMIE RATES OK TAXATION in the county
I of Meigs, Tor the year C085, are as follows :
For State purposes, 3GCW. on the $000 valuation.
Ft.rCountv Revenue 08 ''
For Comin'.n School 00 " " " "
And a special School
tax in bcipionf 4 " " " "
For Public Building C " " " " "
Also for Itoad purposes a general levy of 00 ,cts.
ou the SOO0 valuation, and i the Townships ol
Chester and Orauge wch "0 Cts., in Olive 2 ds.:
Salisbury OOOcls. on the SIX) valuation.
And for Town and Poor purposes in Bedford 0'
cts., Rxlland CO cts., Salem li cts., Salisbury 6 c!s.
ScipioM cts., Orange (0 els., Olive I!i Lebanon
6c;s., Chester 8 cts., Columbia 8 cts., Sutton 03J
.ts. on the SO00 vnluntion.
' Also, a corporation tax in tlic town of Pomeroy
y4 cts. on the 000 valuation,
will attend at my office in Pomeroy, personal-
1 r by deputy from the 5:01 h day of September
lv 0 1 the 20th day of December liOSo, for the pur
unt.i of receiving said taxes,
pose O. BKANCU, Treasurer of Meigs co.
mcroy, Se t 5, ..:0i
.... j.S " . proclamation
To the Electors of the county c.f Meigs,
will m 'ctatthe usual places of holding Elect
in your respective townships on Tuesday the I
day of October, 1851, and then and there proceed
to vote for
One Lieutenant Governor,
One Auditor of State,
One Secretary of State,
! One Treasurer of Slate, and
One Attorney General for the State of Ohio.
Three Members for Board of Public Works,
l,';,... i,..i,.AU ,,f ili Knnrfmo Court.
One Jntke of the Conns of Common Pleas for
the third subdivision cftlie seventh uisinci, c im
posed of the counties of Gallia, Meigs, Athens
and Washington. .
. One-Senator to represent the Eighth Senator.nl
District, composed of the counties or Lawrence,
it ..... vl.
uniiia, jueigs unu hmwu,
One Representative for the county of Meigs,
V ' I l'J V 1 1 1 VI ,IIH '
One Tr.-asiiTer, - ;
One Recorder, . " :.
One Sheriff, - v
One Ci niniitsioner. and , .
One Probate 'Judge, for the county of Meigs.
The trustees of the several Townships will re
...in. u..;,nnll Ih.oLd tlu names of iridivid-
.i.-iis to serve as J awrs for the ensuing year as fol-
hi Bedford, 5
M. W. COLLINS, S. M
Pomeroy, Sept. 27, 8733.
""ieTiiA' nJ- li .nii'i in I'iriliiiolB.
Y virtue of mi order nf the June term, 8050,
i of the Court of Common pleas of Washing
ton eounty, Ohio, in a suit in partition of AVal
u na,r..rih mill others., niraiust Charles F.
Tillinghast and others, 1 shall offer for sale at
the door of the Court house in Marietta, ou Sat
urday the -1th div of Octiber, OSid, between the
hDUTs of CO o Clocit a. auu of " .iu-, m
the following described real estate viz:
u..r inrtv-five. in Marietta,
- ' AnnMiffrl nt COOO.uO
Three acre lot No. lGOO.'iit range 8, town
at. in Washington county,
Three acie lot No. 017, in range 8, town 2,
section HI, in Washington county,
Appraised nt '0.C0
1C0 acrelot No. !0-9 in range CO, town 8,
tortious Hand 23 in Wellington eouuty.
Appraised at . W0.00
000 neve lot no. 7 in range OS, town 0,
te- tiuiH 22 and 28 in Lawrence county,
' Appraised ft ifOCO.OO
CIO ttr-xa lot, No. C", in range 00, town 2,
m-timi 25, in Meigs c.ninly.
2 2 acre lot, No. -5, in r'Ue 80 tow11 3
d,c -ion in Meiga comity,
Appraised at $524.00
Terms of sale: One third on the day of le,
one Inird in one year, and the n inaiiiing third in
two years, v.ith interest from the day of sale.
J li w-E 111LLEKBUAND, s. w. c.
Mariclla, Aug. '.Oil-, bt.o0.
EXTliEaiES'S KilES GOODS
6 -B'l I... - ol ;:t rihi-r ins! rei ui ed and IS now
( pencst llie finest a-f ortna. nt of (tenticiricu s lyecui
(i uds to be found in the cilv of Pomeroy, which he
' offers to Sf II and ma're up when rWiuir..d, it-rt.ir.-luB4iij.;'-mr!lfs,
nt il.e lowe:;t pneei.
Wis stock cer.hists 1 1 il.e billowing nrucies:
lliack, Brown in-d Olive Cloths'; Black, DuesV.in,
Fancy and Plaid I r.saiir.eres; ltb k Satin; brown,
Black and Steel Mir.i.1 .satine'.'s; Twi.eds and
Jm,; Plil Cravats: Ilia: It Italian Do. ; Fancy
.fiUNw-k Tics; ll!ii'-k Chah l.'.ips, Navy di Not
fchir.aiid Drawee; Suspe.id.rs, Vc
j Don't Lrgel llie.e iiraitiii;; :
Depot. WILLI A a
J VI." WtOO lbs- Hams very fine;
- 501! ' " K.nli'ler.1 do
20W " Clear P.-.rk do
For sale chcp tut cash.
. ,.:,,. .. REED &.
New Clot hint
YE S'JUS-'S'ftof atl kinds, wnmuted goodl
just received and for Ainr low by
lil-O.t i" '.V HOLMES.
ACStEiiEL ' 60 bbbt. Nos. 1, 2, mid -1
just received and for sa'.e low ni No 4.
j;;ur-:;e v holmes.
K00313. 50 d:.. first rata articles i hexp
i L at No i
GEO.KiE V,' 11 jL.MLi.
' f KDItiO-Dest Spanish Meat m!y ?0pr
t at cheap di'U'' store. KLE.diNU 1
:1: -Cga3.)oj..o;;s' Removn!!
."O J.-ADDISO.V has 'Miioved his IhiJ'ber Shop
. K . 'br,i VJI.IIIU &a--vt, ... .. ... ....
foijitd ri adv rtud witiim? to sfrve his patrons in the
' ili-aii.ji i.i'ni i'.i.iNt f-..-,!.i,,"ii:i'ol-js!v-e. KeeliiiL' thanks
' ni for past. patroi:a;i', h;: would respi ciiutly-sjli-cit
these who (i-ui.'.1 t-.i have ' their roiiuteuaiice
t ra; ed, ii;d l.air irium ed lie;'.'.!)', - to give him a
Vit!i' rasvt sharp air! wefer Lot, '
, . lie'll niw.ivs In: iuiiiid i.i the snot.
rieniiy ao :r: a.i v. au ii:v;iu iu . itn, '
'i..ii; oMiiuil yoitllgt niid gient and tuiajl;
, ,, Tiiim dou'idebiy, bu.lc"U.e alunjj
An.i fcuf i; ii- ne up iicut and ilr.ilig.
I' mere.v. ."dav iJi ii ii:)"l
( SiMJitirji s.e'.tsBau nj i'aprr
) Aha;, FlatCVp, Letter and bill l't per, at
.- rOi-Tl'S A General As.i' itmeiibil'ol'r im
'ji C-KOCERIES, for Mile lou by
apriiu i - i-'J .
. (.. tcci A general assortment of Cast, Shear,
y Ccruiau and E B Steel, lor sab: by
., apniOi EDWARDS'.
t ra A luro.' lot of all sizc.i. b-r sale ut
I rpriltlf ,-: . . " EDWARD.'.
iiiis and f,,;-ikvs of all sizes, just receiv-
i. e j and lur saioieryche"!' l
ip:il07 , EDWARDS'.
IJOttdcr CO kegs Rifle and Blasting Powde
- on hand and for i'i:Ie at
.. i. r.rill 7 EDWARDS'.
CXrv- PI0TS.The nttenfien of fann
v2S!;.j-''''" cm is relied to my n.wrtirn nf
. f-i"J-1si,ow Lungs Patent with or wi!h-j
I out storks j lso, Plor Points un l Land Sides.
April C7.. ... . ji IS. S, l.DWAKl'S.
-.v. TcilSJovo I have on hnn l a lrr.-c
t .ji,! '"t of Imperial, Vouiv ilyj' ii and Black
Li,. Sr.TEAS, which 1 am prepared to Mill in ork'i-
imi packages either of t i lis., I y tl.e half chest,
or by the single !b, ot very low pi -1 - ..
April 07, ?MV. E. S. EDWARDS.
, itllitw W'.ttc A large n :s.jr'iin!iiton lumd
and for saleut E S EDWA.'IDS.
ril 7. eXA
I, 71 tin bU, UllUlcx-ort, Ohio.
CLASyffiS. 200 lihhi. no crop inst re-
teivtd and fotun'fi l"'.v l-v
.;. tnM;;tK'iv, ii()LrfiS.
"E' EO TOrj'"EKf-S( bees superior ortii'lc
X'V Ju-rt ritietl and for fc.li low at No 4. '
oi'.oims W. HOLMES.
elCJAUS, 20 bo).es fine rcrnliiis;
v,, 10 do Cation.;
Li do Fine linvnnnaj
G000 C limions on bund rind
for S'lifi low by i;o W HOLMES.
I j M J6i:i:, SilCT ft I.!JA.-Fr.r sale
L " at No. 4 i u, . CEO W. HOLMES.
J I ' EAS, Jn chesw, half chests and quarters,
X fceli article, (ot rale cry low at Ni. 1.
Eobcnsitfk's Worm Sjrnp.
NO Medicine has ever obtained a higher or
more deserved reputation than llobensack's
'.Vonn Syrup; it is daily effecting some of the most
tstouishine and wonderful euros tlint have ever
boon recorded in the annals of Medicine.
How important it is for the public to know that
t remedy is at hanu mat can ue reneu upon m
-nfes where wonns are the primary cause otilieir
This we boldly assert from our khowledge of
'he powerful effects of the vegetables of which it
is composed in destroying Worms and from the
numerous unsolicited testimonials we are daily
How many are pining away a miserable cxis
'ence under the supposition that they are dyspep
tic, when wonns are preying upon the very vitals
f life. ',
As an evidence of the above we refer you to
'he testimony of a highly respectable Physician
if Mannahawken, New Jersey:
Messrs. Hodkvsaok Sirs: An opportunity of
fering, 1 hasten to inform you and the public, for
'heir espec i.il benefit, of the efficacy of your Ve
getable Worm Svrup, as I am disposed to give
credit where it is due. The case is as follows:
A respectable married man by the name of Dar--ood,
was in.onr.ed by his Phvsicinn he was ia
w.n iin.inr t he Dvsvevsia. and treated accor-
dimrlv. but still grew worse. Being a man of
strict habits of morality and temperance, we the
people felt nnioiis for the restoration of a useful
mnn. He" called on me saying, 1 cannot cat
nut nnn'iih to kecD me alive, while there seems
to be suiiething in me, gnawing my msides out;
it s'ruck me at once that ho had Worms, when 1
recommended your Worm Syrup; the second bot
Mo ii.. nonrlv exhausted when an abundantquan-
titv of Worms from 10 to fourteen inches long
..v..iit.,i from him. after which his health re
turned, and ho is now actively cmployod in his
daily avocation, being a carpenter by trade. 1 hus,
' c- , r..oi..rt.,i to nip.iptvn useful metn-
,i tn n fnmilva kind and industrious pro-
ih meu. ministering to suf
fering humanity, and enjoy the rich reward in
your own minds. .- ,
With pleasure I subscribe myself yours, c
, 1 JOSEPH ELK1NTON, M. D.
Merchants and others wishing the medicine can
obtain it at I). Kkkd's Drug Store, Pomeroy, H. R.
Wilson, Middleport. or by addressing the propn-
etors, J S sua hobknsack, o- uu.m
An VniiiiiiSHfw Es.iSlis!ins Grades
in tlac Town oi Pomeroy.
BE IT ()KUAINEDhytheTtncouncilofthe
Town of Pcuuroy, that the following points
be es'abtished r.s'the grade of Front and Court
streets in said Town.
Comeucing at Kalston's East line, thence to
surface of street in front of V. II. Hurton.s office;
thence to the west end of Naylor's Run bridge;
thenrc from east end of bridge to the west side of
Rliiing street; thence to the center of Plum street;
thence to a point three feet above the present sur
face of Roud in front of Boiling Mill otlice; thence
to center of Cherry street: thence to a point in
front of Foster's house. Thence to Rasp's west
line to a point one foot above present surface of
street on stone culvert; thence to a point aiu n.
Pomcrov's east line; thence to center of Elm street;
thence to west line of section No. 8; thence to Mrs.
Murray's west line; thence to A. Murdock's east
line; thence to lluffnian:s west line; thence to
Radf-rd's west line; tin nee to the cressway in cen
ter of street in front of N. R. Nye's house; thence
to a point in road on the top of the hill.
From west side of Butternut street to the present
sni fai e of street at Stephenson's west line; thence
to the western line of the corporation.
Corn t Stkkk'i'. From top of curb stone nteast
comer of Front and Court streets to second street
at a point ou a level with the top of Scth Paiue's
AARON MURDOCH, Mayor.
LEWIS S. NYE, Recorder.
ti-diiiia9t.i'c in i vgiu d to certain Side
Site. I. BE IT ORDAINED by the Town
Council, of the town of Pomeroy:
That the property holders ou the northerly
side i f Front street in said town be, and are
hereby required to construct, and keep in repair,
a side walk on the northerly side of Front street,
as lollows, to-wil: Said side walk may be ol
wood, Lrick or stone, shall be of the same grade
as h is been fucd by ordinance for Front street,
and sl.all extend from thu Chester road so called,
to the v. esioriy limits of the town.
Saal tide walk shall be four feet wide from said
.Cheater road to Mr. Grant's lane; and six feel
wide Iroin said lane to the westerly cud of Sec 2.
, St:e. ". IT IS FLIlTilEIt ORDAINED by the
Town CohiktI of the town of Pomeroy, that said
aide v.-.ilk .-.lititl be completed by the 1st of Novem
ber nextj and that if any person or persons hold
ing proper-y us meiitioued in the first section of
l!;is ordinance shall neglect or refuse to constiucl
aaid .side walk by tl.e time above mentioned, then
and in that (.a.;e, it shall be the duly of the streel
Cumiui: -sii a r of the ward in which such neglect
or ruliiial laay take place, immediately to cause
the side walk to be made, and keep an account
of tie.' expense thereof, which amount shall be
i ine'ui Lynn action of debt fjr the use of the
tou n of Pomeroy, before the Mayor, against the
icvi.ral (h:liiniienl property holders, and shall lo
i eih.:r with tut: costs be a lieu upon the lot or lots
reflectively in front of which side walks shall be
AARON ML'RDOCK, Mayor.
LEW la S. NYE, Recorder.
PoiHernv, Oct. 1. O-.'.il.
Log chains and Mat hooks;
Hols Bakes and r-orks;
Long Handle fahovels;
X Cat Miws;
Sleelyni'ds and Hand Scales;
One lart'e warehouse Scales;
For sate very 't heap. REED Ji BROTHER.
rPl!K SitkiCfibtT has been appointed agent for
1 ihusale of the celebrated works, medicines
and Instruments of Dr. Fitch, viz:
. Six LccSnrcs
on the cause, tnatrntnt, and permanent cure of
Patent Steel i-'prins, SUui.dcr Bracts, Silver Ex
Including Pnljivmnry l:ais.ain, Pectoral Expeeto
r.. in. Pure .Medical C.kI Liver Oil, Pulmonary
l.ini.iiei:!, Heart Corrector, Humor Corrector, Dc
pura'iive Syrup, Aiiti-Dysp-. j.'iic MiKturc, Cathar
tic Pills, Cholera and Cholie Specific, Vermifuge,
The above ,orm the system of treatment of Pul
monary Consumption, Asthma, Heart Di-ens,os,
6-c., which has been so tiiiiiieittly successful in
relieving and curing those diseased. All the above
remedies are prepared by Dr. F. for his practice,
and warranted good. His repeutiilion, founded
in success, will recommend them to the nllucted,
who will l.nd Dr. Fitch's "Guide to Invalids," n
valuable book. It is given away at. the store of
i lie ui eiit.s. Ihose suffering from falling of the
nam win unci Jjr. t'.'s buppurler light and pica-
tiunt, and lining perfectly, and at the same time
most efficient. The Shoulder Brace, also is light
an I et.ic.eiit. the urlicles alone, or taken to
gether, are unsurpassed by any article ever made.
J. P. FLEMING, only agent for Meigs county;
also, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, and dealer
iu Glassware, Window Glass, rreuch, bullish,
lien:, an and American Clamicals, &lc. &c.,. in
ReirniiL'ton's building, Front ilreet.
fc'i'ptemberO 9, 0c6l). )0.
CKKE CAVE STC1JE.-M. Weil,
Agent. I he uiidersigued having establish
ed a Kiore at the residence ol fliyroii Wells, on
iinrw Cave Creek, will keep said store ronstanily
supplied ttilh such goods us may al any tune be
w iniied by Ihu citizens in that section. U is our
design to sell ut Pomeroy prices, though some nr
ticies in Groceries, during bad roads, a small ad
vance will be added. Any article wauled hy the
citizens not in said ;:te;o can bo ordered and sent
out at sli'iirt-est iiottee.
' Tin; stock iu siid atore is now much larger than
heicL.fwre. ISo Uiat ciistomtrs will find nearly as
lull an assortment as in any store in Pomeroy.
Produce will be taken in exchange nt the markui
dri eotfl -Point ley. REED & JJROTHUi.
N.nember '7, M0, -. .
Hio Cotfe StX) Bngs' superior article just
' received and for Bale at No fi. '
, .., OAKES tV BUS1CIRK.
IVoO Pffalnst the World U -
a od unices av nw prices. 1 -. ';
OAKES dt BUSKIRK.
q Mill AsHcrtmcnt
1 lar-e additions to t
Wo are now receiviip.-
our stock, ol Ororcr.t
which we are selling very luw for cash.,- Cjoiiib and
eMuniiip for yourselves. ' ;
CBKES & BUSKIRK.
CT Consumption is a disease which is Carrying
ts victims 10 the totobs, by thousands, without
being arrested in its progress by the medicines in
common use at the present time. But a brighter
lay is coming, and has comeas to successfully
arTest this disease. DR. ROGERS' LIVERtt OR!
AND TAR, not only gives immediate relief in
Coughs and Colds, but from the testimony of men
of the highest standing here and elsewhere, it is
making some very remarkable cures of Consump
tion. Improvements in tUe treatment of diseases
are onward, and nothing can arrest its spirit in
the present age. Those who are afflicted with
hscased Lungs, would do well to call on the
geuts and see the certificates of Dr. Wm. J.
Richards, Judge Wm. Burke, the wife of the
Rev. Geo. W. Maley, and of Dr. Hiram Cox, late
Professor in the Eclectic Medical College in Cin
cinnati. ' -
For sale in Pomeroy by J. P. Fleming and D.
Reku, Agents for Meigs county. n37w2.
rt-T-n, Ouvsott's Improved Extract of Yel-
,. Doce and Sarsaparilla is a sure remedy for
Thousands of individuals are cursed with griev
ous complaints, which they inherit from theii pa
ThP use of the Yellow Dock and Sarsa-
darilla will save all this, and save a vast amount
r on.l mnnv valuable lives, lor n mo-
Ul J . 1 1 1 I " .
rn,inw cxnels from the system the latent taint,
which is the seed of disease, and so takes off the
curse by which the sins or misfortunes of the pa
rents arc so often visiteJ upon the innocent off-
Parents owe it to their children to guard them
.int the effects of maladies that may be com-
minntPd bv descent, and children of parents
that have at anytime been affected with Con
.,,mniin. Rciofula or Syphilis, owe it to them
selves to take precaution against the disease be-
them. Guvsott's Extract ot vei-
' .., .
low Dock and Sarsaparilla is a sure antidote.
uch cases. See advertisemant. n36w4n
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This is the only journal in Europe or America
devoted to a complete and original system ot An-
tiirmioloirv. It presents new and well demonstra
in, svstems of Phrenology, Physiology, and Phys
iognomy, and surveys, from a new position, the
Humanitarian progress, and the great wonders nnd
discoveries of the age. The doctrines ol the jour
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Volume first being stereotyped, copies will be
sent by mail for $2. This volume contains nine
plates, one being a maplofthe New System of
Phrenology. ' no38w4.
THE FALL TERM of this 'Academy will com
mence on Monday, the 1-tth of September.
Instruction is given in all the common branches
of English education, the Latin, Greek, French
and Germia lnnguages 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 wi'l
have a c impleto practical anU theoretical Know
ledge nf it. .,..'
An Apparatus will be provided to illustrate the
principles of Chemistry and Philosophy, and a
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
n-imbcr nnd extent of the ssudivs pursued, and in
the facilities for acquiring a thorough knowledge
Arithmetic, Grammar, Geography and "is-
tory, per quarter, - - -o 00
Botany, Natural Philosophy, and Astrono
my, in addition to the auove, - - o
Natural Sciences, and the Higher watue-
malics, Moral and Intellectual Philoso
phy, Rhetoric, Logic, Book Keeping, the
Latin, and Greek. Languages, 8 1)0
m u.-h.ii .r is, tnkon for less than a Quarter, and
no deduction made for absence, except in cases oi
rotracted sickness. . ,
C. C. GILES, Pancipal.
Pomeroy, August o2, 9S53.
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
Farm for Sale.
OFFF.R for salemy Farm lyi ng on the road lead
inefrom Chester to Parkersburg, in Chester
township, a halt mile iroin Adams mm, confin
ing 90 acres, 50 acres nnder cultivation, with two
dwelling houses and a well of good water, a good
apple and peach orchard, and a good shop suitable
for a blacksmith or wogon-niuker, ,
May 15, 151 u32w3pd. R. W. SIMS.
Lliisi, E. ASKIIMS,
f ViiHnrr rvA MtmAnnmalier.
AS JUST RECEIVED and is now opening,
I t in the basement ot the Uiheluarler House, a
general assortment of Bonnets, Rilb. ii;., Artifichl
Flowers, Craies and Milliners Trimmings of a 1
kinds and of thu best quality, which will be sold at
a vi ry small advance. ...
Poim ray, April 9T, 9 iC9 n2af. ' .
I) Y virtue of a writ of vend. ex. to me directed
J by tl.e cou rt of common pleas of Meigs con il
ly, Ohio, 1 will offer for rale nt tl e door of the
cjiirt house, iu Poineroy, on the 26th day of Au
gust, the following real estate, to wit: the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter of sclii.-n
eight, town three, range thirteen, Ohio Ccmpa
ny s purchase. Sold as the property of John Gil
lelaud, nt the suit of David Barber et. ul.
M. W. COLLINS s. m. c.
July 2 Ith, 1851 w5.
i dminIstrj3torRti!. ;
1'IIE subscriber has been appointed and quali
ed as Administrator on the tstate of Lorenzo
Dowf late of Coalport, Meigs county, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estate are rpnnpin.l
to make immediate payment; and those having
chums against aga'nst said estate will present
them to duly authenticated for settlement withiu
one year iroin this Hate.
r - v , , JONATHAN D. HOFF, Adrn'r.
Shellield, May 3, 1851. n35w3.
' 3 ln t'nests, half chests, and quarters.
J. Iresh articles. For sale low by
OAKES & BUSKIRK- '
r( Boxis Glassware received and for sale at
GEORGE W HOLMES.
A few drums just received bv
GEORGE W HOLMES. '
( OIriiEl"S COHDIAL, and Bate
KJi man's Drops, 5 cts pr hot. at FLEMING'S
9 7 OR 8ALE.-The subscriber offers fur i
2. his Lard Oil Factory situated in the town of
i'o:'r ty. i jr ter.ui
apply to Adam Berkes or to
j llkOWN'S CnntliiTTSiTpTTt:
O ' FLEMINGS.
llJ sor,''er vi .s 'its to employ at his shop in Shi f
) f.eld, ouuty, Ohi ',- licar Pon:ercy,
eight or leu eyntan Cooners. Nunc
i.'il t ir)d wo ed apply. The highest price
vill be paid . Ii, nnd 6teady fcrnployiuent
;iven, Appl '
'-.... WM. S. MYR1CK.
.Sheffield August 93, pi5?. nl-lwl. , . '
, A&ISI.'VG SOUA.-
Only 8 cts. nr Ih. a
I Kinoes A. OHAINtiE
, 20 boxes fresh
2J and lr fte cjicnp by
15 V HOLMES.
AT the June Term of the court of common rdeas
of Meigs county, the undersigned was appointed
ed nnd qualified as Administrator, with the will
annexed, of the estateucf William Alt-Daniel, lats
of said county, deceased.' , y i
June ' 5. jio3Cw3.0CO ' '.- I .: t
NOTICE. '.? A petition will he presented to the
Truste sof Scinio townshiD. Meiirsounty,
on Thursday, the 3d day of July nexf,,iprayiiig
lor a township ronw te inm out trom the dwel
ling house of Henry Webster, .n Sertion 25,
Town 7 Range 14, to the main road passing
thronf h said section. . , HENRY WEBSTER.
June 6, 9859. n35w4pd. - m
THE subscriber has been appointed and quali
fied as Administrator On -the estate of Josiah
Branch; late of Coalport, Meigs county, O., dee'd.
All persons indebted to said estate are- requested
to make immediate payment; and those having
claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement within one year from
this date. ..... Oi. BKAWOll, Adrn'r.
Pomeroy, August 9,I869vr n43w3.;;
S. D. HOWE'S ..
f I HE Great Spring and Surr.mer Medicine.
J. Proof. More evidence, Read it. It is from
a you ng lady residing in our city. -JU' -..) . j
: - . Cincinnati, Feb 7th, 1861.
This is to certify that my sister, Mary C. Belman,
was attacked with a disease in her hip, more than
three years ago, which rendered her so utterly help
less that she was compelled to keep her bed. All
hopes of her recoverp were despaired of. Some of
the most eminent physicians of Covington and Cin
cinnati attended her, all of whom declared her
case a hopeless one. Passing by Dr.; Howe's de
pot, an idea suggested itself, that to try one bottle
of his Shaker Sarsapsrjlla could do no harm. Ac
cordingly I purchased! one bottle, and before its
contents were entirely used she received benefit.
I was induced ta try another, and another; before
the last was used She had nearly recovered. Now
she has no pain, can walk, and has the entire use
of her limbs. To Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla we
attribute this effective cure. It is but a few months
since she commenced taking it.
(Signed) 'J. C. BELMAN.
Cincinnati Daily Commercial.
Remember this wonderful and astonishing cure
was effected by the us of three bottles only of
Dr. S. D. How's Shaker Sarsaparilla, the Great
Spring and Summer Medicine. '
... BEAR JN MIND ' '
t is the only Sarsaparilla that acts upon the liver,
kidneys and blood at the same time, which renders
it altogether more valuable to every one, particu
larly Females. ' ' ' . Mi T
Dr. Mussey, professor In the Ohio Medical Col
lege, says the Shaker preparations are truly valua
ble, and recommend" them to the public, . .
No Mercury ho Miniral no Poisonous Drugs
in the Shaker Sarsaparilla. : ,
.'.".U.iJ .'!'- Kfc.Mb.MBER
It is warranted to be
PURELY AND ENTIRELY VEGETABLE,
and as a family medicine it has no equal.
Be sure you envuire :for S. D. Howe's Shaker
Sarsaparilla, vnd take no other. '
Quart bottles 81 per bottle ; six bottles for 85.
For sale by D. Reed, Pomeroy; Maguet & Naret,
Gallipolis; McVey & Co., Portsmouth, Ohio; and
by by Dr. S. D. Howe, No. 1 College Hall, Cincin
nati, Ohio, to whom all orders must be addre-ssed
POMEHOl CATTLE MAltKET.
PKltEH PAIO rORTHK WEK BY W. JOACHIM, BCTCIIeR
Beef Cattle, No. 1, gross weight, $1.50.,
Hogs, a .. 3.87a3.00
Veal, r, ,, ..... . S2.00
House and Lot Tor Sale.
THE subscriber offers lor sule his dwelling
house; also, his corner house, nl present occupied
asaChair, 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. O. GREENLEE.
August 5, 9859. n43tf. :: - .
Ito:c foliiiTYriiipTiraT '.
LL WLO MAY HE SLFFERJNO WITH
a derangement of Nature from tnkinit M, r
cury, may be cured by taking the Extract of
A merit-ail Oil, whieh puriQes the blood, and
will cure Fresh Cuts, Fever Sores, Bruises, Scalds,
Burns, Inflamation, Flux,' Erysipelas, Rheuma
tism, &c, with the small sum of 25 to 60 cents.
For sale by V.u. 11. Penninoton, Middleport,
.Meigs county, Ohio; al30, by H. Hayman, Letarts-
villc, and b. II. Baruett, Rutland. Call and get
oouie, anu you win nnd it to he one of the best
medicines now in use. ....-.
August 5, 9859. ' n43w3. -
The Greatest '. ,
v IM THS WROLS Woil.01
ty Pria l ptr BotU; or Six hettlt, forS.
It ! now put up In QUART BOTTLE A, ot ttie came
power and midieal efficacy m wlii-n In inmll linlllei. Ehcd
Larot bonis cnmlnt HIXTVFODK IHMES, ind the
med.catimn ire to Htronmly Itnncentrnled ih only
One l'ablrtpinul it required it i Flour three lima a tb.-u
thai ono (utile aia Twenty.One Dnyn, which li much
Ion L-er loan a oolite of any othur medicine lain, becauae there
U required of Uili a lex qunntltv at a do'ra.
Tub Krent 8wjrriiy of Una Itlooai Purlfler over alt
odier mudiclnet, coniiita In a great meiuura in In pomonlng
a a part of in compound, the poutrul Mediant Virtue
of tome Scarce and Hare - - '
. . Indian Roots and Barks,
which no other medicine poMenea. Thee are ihs moel tertain
PiirlDera of the Hlonri that were ever known to either
Indian or vhite. man, and ilieae being oompomden witb the ttronf
lyonccntrated Extract of
Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock,
CHERRY AND SASSAFRAS BARKS,
make lliii Vegetable Extrncr,not only the greatut Monet
Purifier, but alio, a rliruprr medicine by (rrent eihle
than any oilier. It la cheaper, beciiuie the wnanlitu of 11 lliitt
may be lion In for One Dollar will Inn much longer, and
will cure Ten Tluiee more Blood diaeaee, than One Hollar' i
worth of any oilier medicine.
9 For undoubted proof of the Curat of ' 1 ,
Scald-Head, Kryrlpelin, Salt-Pheum, Hhciimatlm.SyrMie, T.nm
on, Umplaon the Face, l.lTer-Oainplnlnm, Hire, I Mm.
oayo, Cantmut Ulcere, Coatlvrnran, fore Kiee, livHpru
In - Ik. siij. BM.rf IJ J I. ...j .. . AVP-
lMruRC-Bi.ooD Duaasca, tea our HAMHHLVIS and Hun.
cm. every Ageal hae tuem lo give away.
' For saife i.y li. hteil, li. m-jtoyi-G. W Cooper 4
Co., Chaster; P.M. Petrel, Qrahaiu SUtioii,; All
orders must be niblrcssed to Wallace & Co., 304
Bmadwav, New York. ' ' ," ,". '-.'
April 24, a850 n20y3 " ' ' '
THE COOK HAS GONE TO PiSESS.
I I AV1NG finished the Book, we shall now turn
1 1 our attention entirely to the manufacture of
all kimlffot . - . -r-
Huddles, II nrnesci, Trunks, Saddle
1 "- ' ISaRS, WJiips,
Or, iu fact everything that is kept in a Saddler's
shop, from asaddledown toa pump sucker. Hav
ing been selling work Tor some time for the profit
of it, wo now intend to sell for the fun of it.
CaU and see.us wrjiethtr you want tp bpy or not,
for 1 am always 'at home on the west side of Court
street, one door above Reed & Brotnur's. - '
January 9, 85 9. - L..S. CROFOOT.
,,w:v f ICeular Pomeroy nnd
V:.""!' 1'OrlSIUOllfll C-llli.liVlf I v
Packet The Steamer - -
JOHN BR l BAKER, Master, 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 Fiidiiy,
at 10 o'clock, A. M. ".' ..; ! ,
O The 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, August tli, U8S9. nr.2. ' ' "''.'
W t'CSAU. to iihds. N. O. Sugar on hand and
for sale low by GEO. W, HOLMES.
f I nr, Pitch and Oukuin on hand and
JL for salo atNo 6 by
' ' OAKES & BUSKIRK.
'robiaCt'O 20 Fine Virginia Lear; . , .
i- . 00 do Missouri do: ,
, i ... 00 rto, riiinia Fives; ,
00 do .. ,.iW ... Eights; . .
04 do tlirsoiiri Twelves;
' ' ' ' 20 Kegs kV.'Si Twist; ' .
receive 1 from the roainifacturers, and for sale low
No 0. ' ' OAKES & HLSK1RK.
Vealer in Dry Goqdi, Grvcerk , Hardware,
IS BACK AGAIN IAT HIS OLD STAND ON
-the corner of Cherry-and Front, wher he
will be happy 1 greef his huln'crous friends and
customers with another, (the fifth) ..lot of old
Goons. Having purchased the .entire stock of
T. W. Williams and connected his Own therewith
he is" prepared to trade for every marketable arti
cle, cash not excepted, upon terms to suit." 1
N. B. The Stove Store and Tin and Copper
LstaMisI ment will be continued in the old stand
one door below by SMITH & THOMPSON. ,
July 90, 1859.
CLOTHING made to order, and warranted in
every particular by H. B. SMITH. i
Boots & Allocs. Wishing to close out this
part of my trde ' I will sell below the usual
rates at wholesale or retail.. H. B. SMITH.
July 97, 9869. ' ."''.
nmlrer, Weather boards and inch poplar
jiorsaie ry H. B. SMITH.
"Ouckrts Tubs. From
Factory for sale at
ft lass Jars, Tea Boxes, Lamps and other
siore room lurniture lor sale at '
-20 doz. at wholesale at
SMITH says that the Cash system works like
a charm. He, has lust returned from the
Queen City and is prepared to accommodate his
numerous customers with the lollowtng articles
at his cash pnees. . i
40 Barrels best Molasses; ''
15 do . Middling and Extra Sugars;
10 Boxes Raisins; ,
10 do Soap;
10 do Candles; - .
Sugar Crackers; Soda and Butter do. '
Collee, Tea, &c. 5 -
Spices and other articles belonging to the trade
at Wholesale or Retail. Call and see him first
house above the Rolling' Mill. "He's there."
T LATFCFM SCALES, fur sale nt Cin
J cinnati prices, at SMITH'S
T7"nnawhn Salt 40 barrels for sale very
IV low tor cash at - - - SMITH'S.
WEKTY-FIVE Bushels Shoe Pegs, as
sorted sizes, from the best factors in the Uni
ted States, for sale at SMITH'S.
1 nrd A splendid article of No. 1 for sale at
May 8, 1851
TEA STOHE. Hnvinp inst received
Bji ' a new supply of that splendid TEA, from
aei'JS Philadelphia, I offer it, to the public with
renewed inducements. H. B. SMITH, Agent
imy it, lis&l.
COda Fountain for sale, with all the re
I ' ceipts and appurtenances, at
Mny8, 1851. SMITH'S.
T EATHEK. Upper, Calf, Topping, Lin
J vine and Binding skins, for sale at the store of
II. B. SMITH.
O OLE LEATHER, A splendid article o
J Cincinnati and Hemlock tan, for sale nt
R i received on commission and for sale upon the
cash principle, by II. B. SMITH
n EI FINS.3 brls. Bed Pins inst receiv
L5ed nnd for sale by. II. B. SMITH, Agent
pOAL STOVES. The celebrated Enterprise
VNos. 1, 2 and 3 Call and see rt hem. nt
Selling oft at Cost.
Great UarRiilns! Cient Bargains!
S'tbscribcr about to declinp btisini-ss
Pomeroy, offers his entire stock through the
nth ff Jiitv
.rsr1 C3 a3 ms rsi
His stock embraces;
Oriips A full and general assortment.
Chemicals Fresh and of the best manu
Paints. Wilson's ceb-brnteil Chocolate col
ored, Firo nhd Weather Proof Paint, which we
MTrt cheaner than con-mon white leadj Chromts
Rod, Yellow and Greer ; Chinese, Trieste and
American Vcnnillion; Blue & Celestial Patent
Blue, Yellow Ochre, Spanish Brown, Ven. Red,
Red, White, and Black lend; Lamp, Hone it I
vory Mack, Umber, &c, &c,
' Oi3. Every kind, with prime bottled Cod
liyesfnfl's. Embracing Acids, Annotta,
Cochineal, Indigo, Logwood, Ex-Logwood, Mad
der, Vitriol, &c. Ac,
Brushes. Cloth, Hnir, Tooth, Nail, Shav
ing, Whisker, Flesh, Hat Diistini,', Hearth,
Sweep, Whitewash, Horse, Scrub, Shoe, Paint,
Varnish & Sash Brushes.
Together with vials, Bottles, Essences, Cor
dials, Pills, Spices, Cigars, Tobacco, Snufi's,
Wines, Liquors, Perfumery, Machine, Sumiral
. Dental Instrument, Mack Lend Pots. Block
Tin Zinc, Sandpaper, Turpentine, Rosin, Var
nish, Pure Old Rye Whiskey, Glue, Inks, Ver
mifuges, and variety articles.
Pomeroy, July OOOst,' 85. J. P. FLEMING.
LAW PARTNERSHIP. ;
R. E. CONSI-ABLR. R. A. CoNSTABr.S.
Ii. E. CONSTABLE & SON,
Attorneys and Toiinsellors at Law,
. ad Solicitors in Chancery,
Alliens, Alliens Comity, Ohio,
Will rROMi-Ti.r and fam'ih i i.i.v attend to all
business entrusted to them in the Ohio Courts or
in the Circuit and Supreme Courts of the United
ID" Office tight doors West of the Post Office
and opposite the Court House.
J uly 0000, fc.). n lbtf.
T my instanco an attachment was this day
issued hyS. S. Paine a justice of the peace
of Salisbury township, Meigs county, against the
property and cffccla of George V, Akcn, a non
resident of said count v.
July 2, 85. nlw3.0000
i,J OT1CE. At my instance an Attachment
N was this issued by Seneca Huight, a justice
of the peace i f Rutland township, Meigs county,
and State of Ohio, against the pr porty and effects
of William F, Kent, a noil residi ntof said coun
ty. JAMES 11. JOHNSON.
July 7, 0033. n!0w3.
THE Second term of Mr. Williams' Einginh
-.lass will commence ouf-atiirday evening tl.e 5t.t
ist, at half past seven o'clock, In the basemen"
if the Presbyterian church. Persons desirous of
iiiiting with the ciassare invited to be present on
July 3, 8300. n3Siv3. '
.POMEROY Wn.lHF BOAT.
coi:rt house landing..
'iAVjNG newly fitted up my Wharf Koat,
md improved its capacity, I am prepared to re
ceive and forward all kinds of goods, produce, !;c,
eirhcr up or down the river, at the most rcasonn'
ble rates. ' Having made permanent arrangements
with the 'steamers plying regularly to Cincinnati
and Pittsburgh, 1 am prepared to forward freights
at uniform rates Tegard'eFS of the season. Those
wishing to ship on the Pittsburgh nnr Cincinnati
Packets, or on any of the smaller boats plvingro
ulnrly "Ohio," "Reveille," or "Gov. Meigs,"
can make their shipments through me- lit a great
advantage. My charges arc moderate, and as my
facilities for storing goods arc not exceeded by any
other boat on the River, I invite business men to
consult their own interests by advancing mine.
Careful and attentive hands arc always ready day
and night, to receive cr discharge freight.
pMlllilies removing to the West can be ac
commodated on board'thc Wharf Boat..
iuneV2n3'l' , 1 JAS. MARTIN.
N. B. ' All letters and freight should be direct
el " J. Martin, Pomeroy Wharl Boat, Court House
Landing.",,. . , ( ..-y 5 f f .
UT Athens Messenger copy to the amount 6f$l
and charge thia ollicu. , 1 ;
J IH Y FOB SAEE..-A one
;;-5ylH0lfHF.,BLGfiY en be obtained on li-
' -beral terms by application to
' GEO. IlOtfSICK.
y jlilJIIi OLD WIIIf)UEV.-20bbls. (,11
I hand from one lo three years old fur rnio ui-
No 4. GEO W HOLMES.
. , t .' - ;
"Ken: cm lirr (he laitltful Deacl."
HOLIJSTER & LEONARn would respect
form the ' citirens' of Pomomy and vicinity
That they still continue the MARBLE BUSINESS
in all in all its various branches ot their oldstand
in Marietta, Ohio." '
Having just receiued a larire and well selected
assortment of Italian and American Marble Slabs
and Blocks, are prepared to make to order, MON-
1. MEATS, TOMB-TABLES and IIEAD-STOA KS
of every variety, on the shortest notice, in the
neatest style, and lor the lowest prices.
Marble Mantels, Centre Table-Tops, &.d al
ways on hand. '
Grindstones from the best Warren Quarries,
constantly on hand, wholesale or retail.
Any orders addressed to us nt Marietta, ot H.
B. Pmith, Pomeroy, will be promptly attended to.
Marietta, O. June 9, 10 W5. n3in0.
ISoati Tax Notire.
The Commissioners of Meiirs county at ' their
March session .1851, determined that a general
levy of ten cents on the tfUUO valuation, be as
sessed on the taxable property of said county
entered on the duplicate of 1851.
ALSO: An additional levy of 20 cents on the
6000 valuation, by the Trustees of Chester, of 2
cents on the SOflO, by the trustees of Olive j ot
20 cents on tlu;0 800,'Jiy the Trustees of Orange,
and 00 cents on the 1J00O by the Trustees ol
Salisbury. S. HALL1DAY And.
June 2R, 0350. n38w4.
1 A LBS. Lampblack for 90 cts. at
IU . ELEMING'S
Spanish Liquorice 20 cts. per lb. at
gaud Paper, at cost,
Spiees, Cinnamon, Cloves, Pepper, and All
spice at cost at . FLEMING'S
Fire Proof Paint,, Wilson's beautiful
Chocolate, obred 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, foritssuperiorityoverallothers. - It is sus
ceptible of a fine polish and warranted not to
crnck. For sale nt cost, or cheaper t ban than an y
other kind of paint at regular sales. '
T amp C'hiniities Churches and Halls can
1 now supply themselves with Lnmp Chimnics
at cost at FLEMING'S.
Drug: Store for Sale.'
WITH a large and constantly increasing
patronage, situated in the town of Pome
roy. The present, prosperous condition of 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 gone into operation iindt-rsuch favor
able auspices, induces the belief, that, the growth
of the town, hitherto bo unparalleled, has but
just commenced. For particulars enquire, post
paid, of J. P. FLEMING.
Pomeroy, July Ost, C085.
House and Lot (or rate.
I1I1E UNDERSIGNED offers Tor sale his House
and Lot in Minersville. near V H Ilorton's
upper coal-bank The size of the house 30 by 08
teet two stones nnd a halt hip h. J he lower
story is made sufficient to keep nslore, grocery, or
boarding house. The lowerstory is 0 feet square
of a room. The second story has two htrrc rooms.
1 r. rm..,' - : li :
Willi tl goou iiit-piare. i no upper su-ry i.-s mi in j
one room, witu a goort nrcpiace. Also, a goon
cellar, 00 by 18 feet. The lot is CO feet in front
by 225 back.
Any person wishing to purchase this property
shall have a great barirnin.
THOMAS JONES LEWELYX.
May 22, 00S5 n33w1pd
helesale and ICc'taa! IJonIn- in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nut:;, and
FllONT ST., BE LOW THE llllll I.HA 11 FEll ror-r,
would respectfully announce to bin customer.;,
anil the public, that he lias constantly on 1.:,m.Ii
large assortment of every article in hiitlim.- which;
he ii prepared to warrant etml to any l.io-.iLhl lo
thi.-! market. I
He keeps constantly on hand, bi-.iides CANDI i'.S
RAISINS, CP.EAM N! TS.
PRUNES, OH'H Nf) Nl T 4, i
CITRONS, ALM'IXPS, :
ORANGES, URA.'.il, NUTS, !
LEMONS, FILBERTS, PECC'AN NTT,j
And in a word evetv variety of r.riic'.'-s irually
found in a wholesale Fruilery and Confei tieiiery.
Having an excellent BAKERY ntiaf 'vd he is
prepared to furnish BREAD, CAKES, CRACK
ERS, PIES, tVo., as may be tU-sired.
JT-Parties fiirni:-li'-il to order.
The subscriber pledges hin self to k't.-p s'ich a
stork as cannot be surpassed in this Market.
Dealers generally, and especially Mevchants
from the country, are invited to rail.
Sj Orders promptly and sjiisfadortv filled.
Pomeroy, May 20, 0fiS5. noMtf.
eutoJS aj'l'Hp, lor salt-wholesale and retail
J by CEO. HOSSICK.
CE CUE AM. This delir-io-.is summer lux-
JL ury will be served every evc-nint? and familiej
supplied to order at HOSSICK'!.
PI'ii.:,iJ..uU.iI ANu OiNNATi i-.-v lvi-TS.
IIAiS OF 1'AfS'NU POKkn I ! A.' I ' tl',,,
Mkssi xri.r, Down Sunday, I p AVediics-.lay,
MARIETTA, rOMEP.Oy AXB CINOINXA 'I PACI'KT.
uio, Down Tuesday. Up Sunday.
roHFitoy AXD PORTSMOl Til V.CKKT.
Reveille leaves Pomeroy Monday ii Thursday
) rorumi tn i ue.suay& ! ri'l.i v.
YVmni ViMSLY PICKET
Eetwcen I'ilsluirr. h,7ila j ;e:j:i, Pome
roy Hiid juili;r!.s.
A. , 'l'iiK o' mirt fast ruiiningsteam-
tVVlDi.U cr 00 V- Jlth'. Captain joux N.
b&ZZxjt-Zi.'l S.'M'XK, will make regular weekly
trips bo! ween the above ports.
Leaving Pittsburgh fi.r Marietta, Pomeroy ami
Callipolis, every Tt. EPAV, at 2 o' click, P. M.
Hemming le.'ive-i Pomeroy for Marietta ami
Pittsburgh, cvi ryTUl IttDAY at y o'clock, A. M.
June UJ, n37tf.
Protestant E.?isropnIRcr. ThowaS B.
Uooi.kv, Rector: Services every Sabbath mornim;,
at 101 o'clock. . . , , , . , , "
" Pres5iytcri.ui Rev. R. Wh.k.xkon. P.ir.rt
Services every Sabbath n.c ruing at 1CJ o'clock.
Itlerliodist I'pSc i . .
Pastor:-en iccs at Uie upper church on alternate
Sabbath mornings, nt 10 o'clock al lower church
every tabbnth nfieruoon, at 3 o'clocl;. . . '
n KiiianCtliUo;teRevTiiKol.i,ir.i s Krai-k,
I neat: Services every Sabbath morning.
German Mcthodisi-RcV. Mr. CuvI-r
.Services every Fiibbalh li.orning. '
Gerniuu Eiitlirran Kov. Mr. Hum-,
Lervicts every Sabbath morning,
,i. ...1, SOCIETIES.
A,wM',KSir I'mci-oy Led-e.
X?' Ifcl, fchitcd .Veetiiuu, the Monday
un orl-''re the full moon in cit. h
month. Hull in Murphy's building, teeuul st.
O. O. P. IYuci:;l Lrctrre.
11 5'. tt'ivliiK a n ,.... I'll...
-'' Even.ng. . halt in Edwards' biiildilu.
f-. .- Welfare IDiviitiou, No. 66, Sons
if,rof Tcmpurance, Meetino.s every Sr.tiirdav
rM Evening: Unit in DoCaiiip'sliiiiiding.
SaHnrtury DUisiwn No. '894.
i'tvV. Sonsof 'lViiipelaiic.-uM,.(.jiiifR.on Snttt.-flav
''lii'lrs. jlajh Ijice's b liHiiW.liddkjw.r't
XJS i' r,'5M 1 ;1 Pnt 0.visi7n No. I,
iit. y Sens mid Ll.ii'.'btirsofTentrifrifnce on ,1
ings every Friday nflorininn, at. the Soys'
Sll. Molasscfi CO Ilnrr, lsni 1 to half l,;jr
COUNTY 'A i;CTIOIEER.-Tliat Cheap
Stovo fctorc man KjLL PKAL. has bcenip
piintcd, nunlified, and given Txind as Auclidileir
lor JUeigs county. '. :'" t-i
He will rer-eivor bi) commission and cclk poods
on the lowest terms. . Collat the No. 1 Stove otort;.
fomeroy, March 27, (XISo. no2itf. . 1 . ?i f
,J agon A new 'two horse WAGON well
r ? ironed and complete in all particulars, fni
sale by apri!07 REED & I1RO...
rpilE SUBSCRIBER hns on hand and is prepa
1 red to sell all kinds of Dnepics one or two
horse mnn ufa tared from Hie best materials, and
of the latest styles. The prices are very reasons- 1
ble, and the work warranted. Those wishing to
purchase one of these indispensable articles af
comfort are invited to call. -
- . . ' BENJAMIN STIVERS.
1 Pomeoy, May 8, 0086. ' ' , - . j
UDGE NYE resumes the practice of thcLaw
f He will attend the Courts in Meiirs and Gallia.
and the other counties of the (present) eihth cir
cuit. .. ...'. fonril07n2cHv4rid '
1851. WRKG CCODS. 1851.
11 S. KIbAV AltralB l,o ti.ol t,.ir.J r,m
I i the East a larce assortment of new and de
sirable Co ids, which in addition to his previous
stock constitutes as 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
mny be found a large variety of DRESS GOODS,
consisting of ... .'.
' Figured and Watered Dress Silks;
Printed French Grenadines, Bcrngcs, Tissues, fitc
Black, Green nnd Maroon French Merinocs;
Black, Green, Mode and Maroon Thibet Cloths;
Black and Fancy Alpacas;
. Fimirpd. Plain and Barred Swiss Muslins;
A large assortment of Printed Lawns, conipri- '
sing the newest styles; ---
- French Printed Jaconets, Ginghams, &c.
With an assortment of Worsted, Linen, nnd
Cotton Goods for Men's summer w ear.
Together with a splendid assortment of Prints of
the newest and most desirable styles. ,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings;
ALSO Cloths, ; Cassimercs, Satinetts, Jeans,
Tweeds, &c. 1
Pomeroy, April 07, 0035.
Collars, Chemisettes, and Corded skirts, for
sale by april07 . EDWARDS.
EIVKY EUVDTKIMMEVGS of all co
lors, at apii(H EDWARDS.
"O O IN" NETS Florence Braid, Rough and Rea
g dy, Milan Edge, Htingarian, Alhoni, Needle
Braid, colored Chip and China Pearl Bonnets, for
sale by aprii07 EDWARDS.
Eonnet nnd Satino, various colors
Crape, Thiilo and Florence, assorted colors,
for lion net Lining, for sale nt
J oiery A fine assortment of Ladies' and
S Children's Hose, comprising every variety.
jiistreceivcdby apri!07 EDWARDS.
ace liooH Kid, Morocco, Calf and Kip,
J for sale at apnl07 KUWAKDS.
illftl, Cotton, Jaconet and Swiss Edgings
j and liisertings, lor sale at
PJeccs Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, for
sale votv cheap at EDWARDS
f C loves Black, Colored, While Kid and Silk
V.J Cloves of sii)erior quality,
"laifrvs and Ili'lf Gaiters, Kid, Mororco, Calf
H and Kin Buskins, nnd Jenny Lind Tics.
Also, a good assort itiemt of Misses and Children's
Buskino,' and Lace Boots, for sale nt. ,
OiS M l O. 20 hoxca hue Va. ami ly, lea
received from the manufacturers, and f rf
sale low nt No 4.
GEO W HOLMES
Q 13. MOLASSES CLAIIIFI1 D
v SYKL'Pi a food arliele, low at
GEORGE W HOLMr .
HEAD QUARTE RG, N 2.
r'CTSEX, has the pleasure of announcing that
' ti.ronrh every ol Kincle and in !e: pile ef all
inisforltirie he is again at his prst witha splendid
lot of t'2t!iiiiyr. He hrs passed throiivh the lire
and has not been found wanting. AUhouth one of
the fevirest snU'erers. yet through the kindness nf
friends, his cstiil lis.hii nit, I'ho'nix-like,- has risen
from itJ p.ics, with all its former I cauty and excel
lence re-li-i-ei. He hnpes his buying- friends will
rally around him ami assist in tl.e wotk of recover-in;;-
tMhisvr. for the TaouH.nidx. .
oii::.m, on Front street, is dispensing .n his
countless cnsti mers the most superb, convenient,
cheap nnd durable articles of Clothing ever heard
of in the niii-.ais of time. Come one and all and
b.- habited. S11n.11 or goods of all descriptions for
s.tie unusually cheap.
We t :id thai ill the days of old, ,
Tie lVotssung of mystic Love,
But for the lest m;-.v things have changed,
As in these slanzirtf we shall prove.
To Cohen give your attention;
Fails of importance he will mention:
"in Fr uit street, at the c'.d stand,
As every person surely knows,
He always beeps a Irish supply
Of uisty, good, and well made clothes;
Cloaks and coa'.a i f every cut and kind,
To please the most, fastidious mind;
Pants and Vests the very best,
He ever kcepr. on hand;
Collars and Shirts and fancy Hats,
The latest slyio within the land;
Fine cloth and silk plush caps,
Marietta Shoes and Boats,
And fancy gentlemen's furnishing goods,
(Jottons, Silks-, Linens and Hosiery,
Carpet ling's, Trunks and Jewelry.
There is no scarcity.
Th".se who would bo vise will come and buy
of his supply, on Front, between Court and Lind
streets, at Cohen's llead-martcrs.
Pon.croy, June 2(5, IS51. n38tf. ' ' -
. TO MERCHANTS.
invite the attention of Country Merchants to
my stock of Notions and Fancy Goods, wliich
can I k sold at lot.- prices ond on reasonable tonus,
cons'stiil: in pari of the following articles: , ,
POO pices Bonnet,. Cap and Taffeta Ribbons;
COO dozTii' k, Side, JJies.-ini; and Fine Combs;
f'O " Whilc.and colored Spool Thread;
0'() lbs. ' " : " Skein do
Oi'ti . illl.ii-.it assorted Patent . do
too diiR. Ariificiiil Flowers:
i ( 0 ". Elementary Spelling Books;
-"o i.uin .S'ispeiiili is;
'.TO Cross Monks and Eyes;
0 " Pearl aud Agate Shirt Buttons;
r't'0 " Cent and I'l.ut do
'fO M. Plcja-and Rihl (.dPercufsion Caps;
SO '. Rockwell JJoii and Bales' Needles: '
oil d Men's Cotton and Lisle Thread i;w..v.
Berlin Lined .ind Wool Cloves; '
Lndics' l.Mc Thread and Cotton'' do' '. '
Kii! and Silk do '
MilifaryShikViug Smpj : I
Razors; - ' .' "(': ' . ,
Clothes and Hair Uriislies; , -
McUnu s Celebrated Vermifuge and Pills;
l-s Ii nr ? -
r.O Pa-t s Pinr
Lives. Edi; i ncs. Ftiiu-iM ami I'lni.i r.;.,a
Silk and U owted Coat, Riudiiigs,. Silk "?
and Twist, &c. uc . , '
Ponicroy, April 07, TC05.- "'
" ; 1 xTK-CLicrJas:a-ra.H33SiS.
. new and vety linudsinie t ne si at BUGGY
. H and one ascoi d as taw with two seati will be
soti! ot If sr.hni test. . IiEI.U fi; BKOTlil lt.
. J lllo- ? i, to'.", ' ' .
toves. , Two nioiliiiiiisii-.conieuS'tovcsu.sed
v 1 P'i:y ne winter just as grwt os-now, Tor fc'o
verybAvby : HELD & L'ROTllR
i tmtfii.:o lor sale at 1 1.5 pcr dozen bv
ri .'' V, ' -E. S. EDWARDS.
."lOur Alvt;-)';; handi!tl frrsdlely '
o.vitEa & uus Kink.
j e WhisLeylti Barrels Old Rye, fcrtaUi
i V at Nor. OAKES & BUKiEK.