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TUESDAY, t s SSItt June 5, 1860.
BgL-The County Commissioners are in
fi-Elder Elisha T. Mitchell will
preach at the Court-House this evening
at carlv candlehsht. The citizens of
Pomeroy are respectfully invited to at
Sketches Of travel,
Again crowded out. The publication
of the laws being completed, we will
have ample room for that variety which
is the spice of a newspaper.
J We conclude this week the pub
lication of the laws, and the Telegraph
will hereafter contain an amount of read
ing matter unsurpassed by any county
paper in the State. Now is the time to
subscribe. Send along the names.
The ladies connected with the "Pres
byterian Sunday School Society" propose
giving an entertainment of the above
kind, in the Academy, this evening.
Judging from their past success in cater
ing, this will be a creditable affair.
tgk A few days since, we had the pleas
ure of being "turned loose" in the straw
berry "patch" of our worthy friend, and
fellow-townsman, N. J. Rouble. He
has taken great pains in procuring many
varieties, and we doubt very much if the
county can boast of such another straw
berry garden. By the way, he has some
very large fruit, arid we think he
might safely enter as competitor for
Godey's Lady's Book,
Ladies' Repository, and
Arthur's Some Magazine,
For June, have been received, but fur
. ther notice is crowded out this week.
Headers are referred to former notices of
( these works, respectively.
J" We have received some splendid
specimens of strawberries, and several
such bouquets as ladies of taste and re
finement only can make up from gardens
of" the choicest flowers. It was our in
: tention to give to each a suitable notice,
but space is denied us for that purpose.
Those presenting them will accept our !
thanks for their beautiful gifts, and we
shall endeavor to repa the compliment
by selecting for ther benefit the "gems
of thought" selected weekly from the
great garden of literature.
Don't forget the County Convention
on Saturday next. See the call "of the
Central Committee in another place.
Let those interested see to it at once,
that the necessary steps are taken to
have a full and fair representation of the
several townships. The business to be
transacted is of importance, and no one
who feels an interest in the welfare of
his country should be indifferent to the
call. : The interests of the great State of
Ohio are committed to the hands of the
Republican" party. ' Duty and interest
alike, therefore, demand that the trust
be faithfully administered. 1
figyTlie June session of the Court of
Common Pleas for Meigs County will
commence on the 18th inst. The fol
lowing gentlemen compose the Grand
Jury: . '
II. McNaughton, John R. Ellis, J. Au
miller, Alex. Halliday, Wm. Smith, P.
r. Thompson, Martin Adams, James
Winden, J. V. Stevens, A. M. Barlow,
Rob't Sweeney, Lorain Robinson, Janus
Radford, Jonas Will, J. J. Petrell.
The following gentlemen compose the
J. M.Williamson, Jacob Roush, James
Ralston, George Stivers, Thoinas Rad
ford, D. W. Hayman, Jabin Shaw, Mo
ses Rutherford, John Miller, D. H.
Smith, Wm. Ncase, Jr., S. B. Hum
phrey. Bg&,The Gallipolis 'Journal, which
supported Fillmore in 1850, and has
stood aloof, and in opposition to the Re
publican party, since, hoists the flag, and
talks in this style:
"We unfurl the Republican banner to
the breeze, inscribing upon its ample
folds the name of Illinois favorite son,
Abe Lincoln, as the candidate for Pres
ident of the United States, and Hanni
bal Hamlin, of Maine, for Vice Presi
vdent. We ratify the nomination with
our whole heart, believing that the ides
of November will bring us a glorious
victory. The name of 'honest old Abe'
will awaken a degree of enthusiasm that
will shake the continent, and strike ter
ror into the corrupt and reckless Demo
cratic party that, for so many years, has
misruled and debauched the nation. Let
our watchword be, Lincoln, Hamlin,
Union and victory!"
Well and handsomely done friend
Harper! you should have done that four
years ago. BuUyou are welcome now.
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Pitch xn and make up lost time.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
The following transfers of Lands were
made on the Books of the Auditor of
Meigs County for the week ending
June 2, 1860:
Bedford Tp. Cornelius Norris to
Elizabeth Gardner, 5 acres in see. 32;
61. Byron Story to Sam'l T. Wil
liams, 1 acre in sec. 17; 50.
Chester Tp. Benj. Joy's heirs to
Michael Wilier, 320 acres "in sec. 12;'
1,965. Geo. Carriens' to John C. II.
Quivey, 10H acres in sec. 12; 81,810.
Colujibia TP. 'Btizil Wilson to Wm.
If. Towiisend, 80 acres in se. 80; 900.
Wm. 11. Gray to W. II. TWnsend, 60
acres in sec. '24; 81,000.
Lebanon Tp. Andrew Anderson to
W. D. .Williamson, 20 10-11 acres m
see's. I and 7;
Olive Tp. Bennett Oakley to Frame,
Merwin & C'or. 40 acres in sec. v51; 200,
Salem Tp Wm. Swett to Ira Pear
ball, 1J acres in see. 24; 200;
Salisbury. S. W. Pomeroy to Jack
BOtLHyscll, lot .No.,17 in sec. 20; 100.
The Great Pole Raising,
And ratification meeting, came off on
Saturday, at Rutland, according to an
nouncement. The crowd was large and
enthusiastic. The pole was undoubtedly
the handsomest ever erected in the
County, being about one hundred and
fifty feet high, and straight as a line. It
went up with all the ease and grandeur,
in its way, with which Lincoln will be
elected President. Hon. V. B. Horton,
and Judge Merrill addressed the audi
ence, in speeches suited to the occasion,
and everybody seemed to take it for
granted that the nominees of the Chicago
Convention would walk over the course,
and bo inaugurated amid the rejoicings
of a disenthralled people. To s:iy that
the Republican ticket will receive the
largest majority, in Ohio, in November
next, ever given to any party at a Presi
dential election, is'simply to state a fact
apparent to all observers.
We noticed two-or three prominent
Democrats on the ground, who seemed
to participate hi the general sssurance
that Lincoln and Hamlin would be
elected by the people. They talked as
if they would still vote with the Democ
racy if Douglas should, be the candidate;
but they said it with that knowing wink
which showed that they hoped and be
lieved he would ot be. There is no
doubt that very many Democrats of our
county are secretly hoping for the elec
tion of Lincoln, and to that end, although
they are admirers of Douglas, would
rather not see him nominated, so that
they could have a good excuse for voting
the Republican ticket. We believe they
will be gratified.
Many influential p'ersonsand papers,
in different sections of the country are
beginning to see the necessary bearing
which the positions of the parties upon
the great questions of the day must neces
sarily have upon the welfare of the
Among these questions is that of the
Public Lands. On this subject a late
number of the Tablet, an able and influ
ential Catholic journal, in New York,
has a long and able article.
We extract the following part of it,
narrating the efforts of Mr. Grow during
the present and past sessions of Congress.
The writer is correct in saying that "the
people will no longer allow the public
domain to be frittered away for the ben
efit of speculators:
"Honest and philanthropic men moved
by the true Democratic principle, have
for some years past, strenuously endeav
ored to substitute for this system one
which would protect actual settlers, those
hardy pioneers of civilization, from be
ing sacrificed to the benefit of land
sharks. Among these none merits higher
praise or more grateful remembrance from
every . son of toil than the Hon. Mr.
Grow of Pennsylvania. He has been the
unflinching and untiring advocate of the
poor man against the monopolist. He
has ever been ready with an amendment
or a bill to effect his object. During the
second session of the XXXVth Congress
he procured the addition to a bill reg
ulating the sale of the public lands of
an amendment giving bona fide settlers
ten years start of the speculators, but the
bill as amended was defeated by the rep
resentatives of the great "landed interest
of the South, .assisted by some twenty
seven Northern and Western Democrats,
among whom were Colonel Florence, Da
vis of Indiana, Vallandigham of Ohio.
The Southern Know-Nothings, with a
single exception (Davis ot Maryland)
voted against ths bill. Only eight Dem
ocrats supported it; they were John
Cochrane, Hatch and Horace Clark, of
New York, Cox and Miller of Ohio,
Morris of Illinois, Phelps and Cavanaugh
of Minnesota. The Republicans voted
in its favor. Later in the session a bill
to secure homesteads to actual settlers
was brought forward by 3Ir. Crow. It
was passed by one hundred and twenty
to seventy-six and the vote showed that
popular opinion expressed though the
press had changed for the better the
opinion of the Northern Democrats,
twenty-nine voting for and six against
the bill. The Southern Democrats, with
the exception of three, voted against it,
and the Southern Know-Nothings with
out exception. One Republican, Nich
ols of Ohio, voted against the bill. Ar
rived in the Senate, where the great
landed interest predominates, every trick
was resorted to, to avoid coming to' a di
rect vote upon it, and a motion to set aside
the humbug purchase of Cuba bill, and
take up the Homestead bill was voted
down by every Democratic Senator (inclu
ding Douglas, Shields and Pugh,) ex
cept Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, and
David Broderick, of California, who
from the first stood by the measure un
falteringly. "Not discouraged by these failures,
Mr. Grow has this session again brought
forward a Homestead bill, which has
passed the House, and now awaits the
action of the Senate. The vote on the
bill in the House is instructive, and
shows the continued beneficial effect of an
enlightened public opinion on our legisla
tors. Every Northern and Western Dem
ocrat, (including Colonel Tom Florance,
Davis of Ind., Vallandigham of Ohio,
and others, who voted against it last ses
sion with the exception of Montgomery
of Pennsylvania, voted for the bill. The
Republican vote was cast in its favor.
All the bouthern Democrats and Know
; Nothings with the exception of Craig of
Missouri, voted against it. bo that the
question rests fairly on its merits, hav-
inr resolved itself into a struggle between
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Labor and Monopoly.
' At "S Bottom, Meigs canity, Ohio, May
24th, at a past eight o'clock, A. M., of Bilious
Pneumonia, Miss Josephine, youngest dangh-
ter of J. H., and Julia Stewart, in the 17th
year of her age.
She suffered much, and died in the full be
lief of a blessed immortality.
Escap'd from life and all its train of ills,
Which, oh! too sure, the hoirv pilgrim feels,
To shorter trial doom d, and lighter toil,
Kre sin could temp her or the world defile,
She, Irivelj' girl, retires to rest
Tastes but. .the cap of sorrow, and is blest.
Such the mild .Savior to his arms receives,
And the full blessiiip-s of his kingdom jrh'es.
BY A I'liiKNI).
J&gf'fo Tkaciiers. 'lhe Hoard ot iM'.hoiu Ex
aminers for Meigs County wiil meet on the
first. Saturday of e:u-h month, at the Court
House, in romeroy, for the examination of
Examination to commence at 10 o'clock A.
M, and continue till 4 V. M.
3rXo Teacher need apply at such exami
nation who has a certificate valid for three
months from the date of said application.
l!y order of the Board.
Jun. lStiO. W. II. LASLEY, Clerk.
POMEEOT HETAIIi MARKETS.
Monday, June 4, 160.
FIour...Com. Extra, 0.25; Family, C.50; White
Wheat Fam., fi.75; do. do. Ex. do., 6.90 "j? brl.
Whcat...White $1.10 to 1.20; Red, 1 to 1.10.
Oats 45o. "ft bu
Potatoes 7075c.it3 "
Dried Peaches loci? lb.
Dried Apples 8Jc lb
Dutter 12.',c. fHb.
Eggs I0c.9 doz.
Molasses 55c. gal.
Sirup 751.00 $i gal.
Sugar (N.O.) 9($10c. lb.
Coffee 15c. "
Rice C($7c. f "
Soap s10c. "
Candles (tallow) 15c. "
Fish (Cod) ti'c. "
Fish (Mackerel) 8 10c. 't "
Fish (White) 7c. "
Pickled Pork 10c. "
Shoulders 10c. "
Sides (smoked! 10c. r "
Hams 12 Jr. r "
Crackers ret. Sc.; wholesale fi.'.c. r
Hoop Poles 0.00 ) 1,000.
Salt retail 25c; wholesale c. "f1 bush
Cincinnati Wholesale Market.
Cincinnati, Juno 1, 1S0O.
Flour The market was very dull to-day
and the demand quite limited, and prices of
the lower grades are nominal. Superfine w.is
offered at $5 SO.
Groceries Coffee is held c higher at 11
14Jc for fair to good. -Molasses steady at
4-l45c. Sugar firm at TJie'jc, with a mode
Wheat The demand for the prime qualities
continues good, and the market is firm at
1 2S1 30 for prime red, and SI 331 35
for prime white.
Corn The market is steady, with a fair de
mand at 47c for ear, in bulk; 50c for mixed
shelled, and 53c for prime white do.
Oats The market is dull, and prices are a
shade lower. We quote thetn at 41c in bulk.
Rye The demand continues fair, and the
market steady at 0092c for prime.
Barley Prime fall is in good demand, and
the market is firm at 8385c; inferior is dull.
Barley Malt is in good demand at 90c$l.
Hay The market is dull and unchanged.
We quote prime Timothy, in bales, at !j?10
17 per ton, on arrival; and S1719 loose, in
Cheese The supply of new is about equal
to the demand, and the market is steady at 7c.
Butter The market is dull, and the receipts
of central Ohio liberal. We quote it at
JO"TllE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY SIR
JAMES CLARKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS
Prepared rrom a prescription of Sir James Clarke,
M. D., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This well known medicine is no imposition, but a
sure and safe remedy for Female Difficulties and
Obstructions, from any cause whatever; and altho'
a powerful remedy, it contains nothing hurtful to
To married Ladies it is peculiarly suited. It will,
in a short time, tiring on the monthly period with
In all cm ses of Nervous and Spinal A flee' ions,
pains in the Back and Limits, Heaviness, Fatigue on
slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, 1 owness
of Spirits, Hysterics, Sick Headache, Whites, and
all the painful diseases occasioned by a disordered
system, these Pills will effect a cure w hen all other
menns have failed.
These Pills have never been known to fail, where
the directions on the second page of pamphlet are
For full particulars, get a pamphlet, free, of the
N. B. One Dollar and 6 postage stamps enclosed
to any authorized agent, will insure a bottle, con
taining over Ml pills, by return mail.
Full directions aceoinpnnying each pacKuge.
Sole Agent for the Unilec States and Canada,
(Late I. C. Baldwin & Co.,) Rochester, S. Y.
'For sale hy J. D. PARK, SUIRE, ECKSTKIX &
Co., Cii.ciuuati, O. I l-y.
Napoi.kon, Henry Co., O.. July 7. l-5.a.
11. f' W Mmiicir llir.n Situ' Ver the henefir of
sntreriiig humanity, nermit us to announce, tiiroiurh
the columns ot your Circular, the surprising proper
ties of our Scandinavian l-sleud Purifier ami (ilood
Pitts, w-lMcti is a sur:- cure for indigestion and Liver
Complaint. We have ..ever,-! 1 persons in tow n, who
have been snfltrring with Liver Complaint an-t Indi
gestion, and notwithstanding thai we have as good
(iiiysiciae.s as can ie lownd m northern mno. yet uie
d'seaso Lailted their skill. Coneuijeii!ly we were in
a slate of despondency, until we romm need using
yoitr Hills, through and iy lie advice ot' our f.'ichii,
.Mr. Mreiian. We used the niedicin-3 accortti ng to di -Tedious,
and are now full of life arid i;i!ariiy,and our
gratr.uue tc equal to our improvement in health and
spirits. When Ae take into consideration' what we
have teen. and what we are at present, we feel like
charging ourselves of lite sin of Ingratitude, if we
did not try to announce to (lie putdii; the, great betio
rits of vour medicine. Therefore, we recommend
to the puhc at larsrc, the expediency of having
rvcourse to your mcdicinei and consequently, us in
duty bound, discharge w hat we feel to bu our duty,
in advising persons who are suffering as we have
suffered, to make use of the only trae and sure cure
for the diseases already mentioned.
1M K S . S W 1 S .
See Advertisement. Mias Scklman.
iPAll, especially young men, should read the
advertisement of the new "National Dispensary" at
Cincinnati, in another column.
BEFORE Joseph J. Strong. J. P. of Salem town
sliiD. Mclzs countv, Ohio. Waldo Fogg vs.
Thomas Morton. On the tenth day of May, A. D.
1S60, said Justi-e issued un order of attachment in
tho above action, for the sum of twenty dollars and
tweutv-nve cents. WALDO FOGG-
Salem, May 19, 160. 20-3t
SUerUf's Sale. '
Slelhower, Mathews & Co. vs. George Downing and
By virtue of an execution to me directed from
the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs
county, I will offer for sale, at the door of the
Court House in Pomeroy, at 3 o' clock p. m.,
On. the 22d day of June, 1800,
the following described lands and tenements,
to wit: beginning 12 rods east from the north
west corner of section No. seventeen; thence
south about eighty-five rods; thence east one
half rod; thence south thirteen rods to John
Page's line; thenceeast seventeen degrees north
to a certain Beech tree about seventy-nine and
one-half rods; thence east about sixty-seven
rods to the center line running north and south
through said section seventeen ; thence north
seventy-three rods to the north line of said
section seventeen; thence west along said line
to the place of beginning, containing 76 acres,
in town No. seven, range fourteen of the Ohio
Company's Purchase. Sold as the property of
George Downing, at the suit of Slothower, Mar
tin & Co. Appraised at $1,453.00. Terms of
sale, cash. J.J. WU1TJS, S. M. V.
May 19, 1800. 20-5t 3.00
S. A. Burnap and John Cartwright vs. George Sti
BY virtu of an order of sale to me directed from
the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs county, I
will offer for sale, at the door of the Court House in
Pomeroy, at ten o'clock a. m..
On the 2'id day of June, 1 860,
the followine described lands and tenements, to wit:
situate in the town of Pomeroy, on the east side of
Butternut street, and described as follows, to wit: the
undivided balf of lot No. 220, and the undivided half
o' so much of the north-western part or lot Ao. 221
as tanot owned by Thomas Whiteside; to be sold as
the property of George stivers, and others, nt the
suit of S. A. Burnap ami John Cartwright. Appraised
at 890(1.00. Terms of sale, cash,
may 19, 1860 20-5t 3 1)0 J. J. WHITE, R. M. C.
Christopher Kepler vs. Hamilton Patton, a'dm'r of
Jesse Stafford, dec'U, et al.
BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from the Court, of Common Pleas of Meigs
county, I will otfer for sale, at the door of the
Court House in Pomeroy, at 10 oclock, a. m.,
On the 'J.'id day of June, IStii),
the following described lands and tenements,
to wit: situate in tne town ot jromeroy, arm
described as follows: one undivided half of lot
No. 220, and all that. jw.rt of lot No. I'l'l not
conveyed by the deed of I'.iniel Thompson to
Eiibu Thompson: to be sold as the property of
the heirs ol Jest-o iStatford, dec d. at the suit of
Christopher Kepler. Appraised at Sl'Oo.ni).
Terms of sale, cusii. J. J. WHITE, B. .M. C.
May l'j, lsOo. 0-i
FLAWING MILL, NO. 1.
JOII.X S. DAV2S,
OF the Sugar Run Planing Mill, has a largo
assortment of Lumber, either rougu.-or
'planed, on hand, which will be sold as low as
any other establishment, can afford to. As he
is a practical mechanic, he will guarantee that
his work will be executed in a manner to suit
purchasers, and prices shall correspond to the
quality of the material.
All orders addressed to JOHN S. DAVIS,
Box No. 75, P. O., Pomeroy, or Montgomery &
Hoadley, Wharf-boat, Pome.roy, will be promptly
attended' to. may 22, 1S60. 3-20-y'
POMEROY & CIXCIXXATI
I .'t iL. VliM
SIDE - W 1 1 E 13 1
SCJII C E K L V PACKET,
A. PONS ALIA', Mater; FRANK. J. OAKES.Clk.;
Leaves Pomerov every MONDAY at 10 . m., and
FRIDAY, at 4 o'clorfe a. m. In order to make time
we are compelled to leave this early.
Leaves Cincinnati every WEDNESDAY and SAT
URDAY, at 4 o'clock r. M.
This arrangement is permanent, and the boat r. ill
make prompt and regular trips. Her aceominoita
tions and speed has no equal. Will do business at
regular established rales, and trust that the citizens
of Poinerov and vicinity will give us iheir patronage
and influence. Nov. i, '59. id-tf
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI.
ltegular Marietta and Cincinnati Packet,
"Ohio No. 2," jfiH
D. E. SAYKK. MASTER,
Leaves Cincinnati every Monday evenirg. at Ave
o'clock, pas-sinir Pomeroy on her way upeverv Wed
Kcti.riiiHsr, leave Marietta every Friday morning;,
Ponie-roy evuTy Saturday at G o'clock a- m.
For frei-'M or pa:i!ri''pdv on boar. I. or to
PATI'ON fe MOXTGO.MK.IiY.
Get. 0. "n. tL-tf Pomeroy Wharf-Boat.
fibular Marietta and Cincinnati Packet,
Oliio Mo. 3,
KI.A Gfi-. Vlnster: .rTCB .
N HKISXER, Clerk; J-rlSSSSIa
aves Cincinnati every Thursday at 5 o'clock.
passino: Pomeroy on Saturday at lOo'ctocfc a. m.
aves Marietta ever Monday at 8 o'clock. a.m.
ves Homerov every Tuesday at 6 o'clock a. m.
r freight or passu !T" apply on board or to
PA Tl ON & MONTGOMERY, ,
v. 2!), '50. 4fl tf Pomeroy Wharf-Boat.
Regular Marietta and Cincinnati Packc4,
N. PARKER, MASTER,
Leaves Cincinnati at 5 o'clock P. M. every Saturday
eveuir.g, passing Ponitfroy, on her upward trip, Mon
Ket timing, will leave Marietta every Wednesday
morning, and Pomeroy every Thursday morning.
For freight or passaee apply on board, or to
PATTON & MONTGOMERY,
Nov. 2. '59. 47-tiui Pomeroy W harf boat.
WHEELING AND CINCINNATI.
Regular Wheeling and Cincinnati Packet,
S MASON, Master
W. J. C. Anderson, Cl'k;
Leaves Whcelinz every Tuesday at 6 o'clock p. m.,
passing Pomeroy Wedncseay at 2 p. .
Returning, leaves Cincinnati every Friday evening
at 5 o'clock p. m.
Frfr freight or pussage apply on hoard or to
PATTON & MONTGOMERY,
Nov. 29, '59. 48-g Pomeroy Wharf-boat.
Merchant Tailor and Clothier.
THE old customers of this house will
please bear in mind that I am still
manufacturing clothing to order, in my
new building, on Court street, 2 doors from
Front, Pomeroy, Ohio. My lacihties lor get
ting up work is excellent, and I warrant it to
be made according to order.
Kept constantly on hand. Gent's Furnishing
Goods, Cravats, Shirts, Collars, Gloves, &c., &c,
in good supply, and I take pleasure in inform
ing my friends that I will shortly have an in
Thankful for your former liberal patronage,
I hope to be able to offer inducements for its
continuance. GEO. HUTTEL.
Jan. 3, I860. 3-1 -tf
THE SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO INFORM
the Wheat-growers of Meigs and adjoining
counties, that he will give, in exchange for one
bushel of good, clean Wheat, 42 pounds of
Persons wishing large lots of Flour made,
can have it manufactured at 40 cents per brl.;'
oifal to go to the owner of the Wheat.
Persons residing. between Parkersburg and
Gallipolis, by sending five bushels of good
clean Wheat, 1 will give one barrel of Flour,
pay the freight on the same both ways, they
finding the barrel. 1
W. C. WILLIAMSON
July 20, T0. 30-tf
A. S E E 3 0 II M,
nnraaiST and apothecary.
r.tr vn r: nil t I'ttXTS imm-iii-'v:
Varnwbes, I )y est tiffs, Perfumery,
and iancy Articles,
: Front Street, Pomeroy, Ohio.
Prescriptions carefully put up. Jan. '.). '2-2.
The Cheapest Store in Town!
Corner Front, and Sycamore Streets,
' POMEROY, OHIO.
Wholesale and retail Dealer in
HATS, CAPS & NOTIONS,
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
Invites the public to his splendid stock, which
he has recently received. It is unnecessary to
particularize, but I will say, that my stock it
is well selected and will be sold at prices un
equalled. Jan. 24, 1800 4-4-tf.
THE subscriber having just returned from
the East with an elegant stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c,
Will offer them to the public at ten per cent,
advance on cost, for
CASH OR READY PAY.
In this proposition there is no humbug, but
an actual fact, which we would take pleasure
in demonstrating to the satisfaction of any
party favoring us with an examination of stock
We will enumerate a few articles, giving
prices, as an index to the whole stock:
Best madder prints 10c per yard.
Pancy prints 8a9c "
Good I- bleached muslin lc "
bleached muslin 8c "
Latest styles best delaines 1-5 to 20c "
Cashmeres 15c "
Bonnet ribbons from 10 to 40c"
Fine French wool delaine 50 to 75c"
(Usual price, 75 to $1.00 ")
Ladies' heavy kip shoes .$1 per pair;
Ladies" calf. 1 25 "
Ladies' best calf. 1 25 to 1 40,
And all other goods sold at proportionable
prices, for one consideration that we receive
for them. From this date we positively dis
continue the credit business, for good and suf
We respectfully ask an examination of eur
stock, nd if the Goods suit, prices shall suit.
11. ii. WILSON,
Jan. 3, '60. 1-tf Middleport, Ohio.
JE O 3TL T I O O 33 SS
CAN BE PROCURED IN 1 RONTON AT
as low prices, in as great variety, and of as
good material as anv place in the West.
T. S. "KIRK Ell Ironton, Ohio.
Nov. 15, '59. 10-ly
S. T. BOGGESS, DENTIST,
Is located at
IIU TLA X D.OHIO,
7'IlEKEhe may at, all times be found ready
T T to wait upon
with a cull, itrloss h
All calls iV'.iin a list
those who may favor him
c is professionally absent,
anee prouiiitiy attended to.
Feb. 11, LSGO..
i rnilOSR wMiing to take boys or girls at any
J- ?e from int'auey to 11 ye;ir. to live with
'. tUri;i till of Kgal ajw, woitkl l doing a public
benefit by making known tiK-ir wishes to. Mr.
' Scott, Superintendent cf the Infirmary,' neaj
Chester, or to either of the Intirniarv liirectors.
j Feb. 7, 'CO. tf. M. BOS WORTH.
$22,000 WORTH OF GOODS
TO BE SOL.D OFF AT COST!
3T O XX XT 3VT BUG
I WANT YOUR CASH, AND IF THE GOODS SUIT, PRICES SHALL!
I have everything in the Dry Goods line: Prints, Delanes, Merinoes, Cobergs,
Alpacas, white goods, Brown and Bleached Muslins, CJieek, Flannel, Tickings,
Cloths", Cassimeres, Satinets, Jeans, Tweeds, &e.
Glass, Nails, Locks, Axes, Cutlery, Coffee Mills, Scale Beams, Brass Kettles,
Log and Trace Ckains, Horseshoe Nails, Mill Saws, Crosscut Saws, Butts!
Planes, Saws, Chisels, Augers, Hatchets, Braces and Bits, Squares, Levels.
Tress Hoop Adzes, Broad-Axes, Compasses and Knives of all kinds.
Bellows Vices, Anvils, Files, Horse Rasps, Stocks and Dyes; also, Shear, Cast
and German Steel, Buggy Springs and Axels, Wagon Axels, Woodwork for Bug
gies, and Buggy Trimmings of all kinds.
I would call the attention of Builders to my large lot of Doors, Sash, Venetian
Blinds, all made of clear White Pine. Also, - '
Coats, Pants and Vests of all kinds, and Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Also, a 1 ar
and complete stock of Custom-made Men's and Hoys' Calf and Kip Hoots and Shoes; Children,
Misses and Ladies' Shoes of all kinds. I keep a large stock of Cordage of all sizes, Broom
tailo 3T2. iisra.
If you want a good fitting Coat, rants or Vest, give me a call. I have a large lot of Piece
Goods for manufrcturing purposes. Work done up in best style, and warranted, a g"ood fit or
The above and various other articles not mentioned will be sold without reserve," at cost, for
CASH. Give me a call.
Pomeroy, O., Jan. 3, I860.
W. J. l'RALL.
PR ALL &
4T PR ALL'S
EES 11 STOW
Would respectfully call the attention of this community to one of the greatest improvements
ever invented in . . .. -
1 lie imrning ot me gas ana siuuive n rising noiu m cum, uy wmuii ?XMKC7Sj9
50 per cent of fuel is saved, and a more intense heat thrown to the '
bottom of the Oven. "2
In introducing this grcaty-improved "GasBurning Stove, we wish. "5Sidl' "
mi t ii ii . , " ' J..
it distinctly understood that it is not our design
In dit-posing.of them, but will WAfcTtAXT every Stove we sell to be what it is represented.
This is not. the only pattern we propose selling. We haws the moat improved patterns Of
WOOD COOKING STOVES.
Without dwelling upon the merits of the different patterns, we will con
clude our notice by announcing that our
PARLOR AND OFFICE STOVES
Can't be beat, cither in quality, or in cheapness, and we defy competition.
Cept constantly on band, and we respectfully invite the public to examine
In addition to our heavy
and manufacture to order,
To the Citizens of Meigs axd Asjoixisq Counties:
The above remarks will demonstrate to you, in a
certain degree, the nature of the business we intend to prosecute. The manner in which it is
to be done, naturally suggests itself. Do you wish to buy on credit? Then you have simply
been wasting your time in reading our card. We cannot, sell at our prices without losing
money, if we have to credit. AVe have therefore, concluded to sell exclusively for
And exchange for Old Metal, BraBs, Pewter, Copper, Rags, Old Silver, &c, at their highest
Past experience has proven the beneficent results of the cash system, to both, purchaser and
seller, and it is for the benefit of our customers who can buy much cheaper aft well as for
our own who can BUY and SELL cheaper that we adopt this system.
We respectfully invite you to call and see the improvements in our Stoves, whether yon
wish to purchase or not; but we warn you, as you value your hard-earned money, not to lavish
it away till you have given us a call.
Augf 16, 1859. ly - PRALL & HATCH.
DRY GOODS, ME'$AWD BOYS' CLOTHING, "
HATS AND GAPS,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, &c.
A VINO RECEIVED A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED
Sinr k- nf finnds. ndanted to the Winter Trade, ("and which will be kept com
plete by frequent additions during the season,) I am prepared tofler to my
patrons, and the public at large, everything, as far as possible, necessary to con
stitute a full Stock in the above lines, and which will be sold for CASH or coun
try produce, on the most favorable terms.
THE TAILORING BUSINESS
Will be conducted, as heretofore, under the supervision of N. M. M'GLOTIILIN,
assisted by as competent workmen as any in the county. Everything in the way
of .Making, Citing or Repairing, promptly attended to.
THE FASHION'S T11K SEASOW x
Will at all times be found on hand, together with a full Stock of Cloths, Cassi
meres, Testings, &c.
X. B. To those whom I have extended a short credit, and who are now disre
garding the moral obligation incurred to pay up according to agreement, I wish to
say I will not hesitate to remind you, if necessary, in a forcible manner, that a
le-al obligation was also incurred. " Pomeroy, January 3, I860.
MR. P. BRUNKER
WOULD respcctfiillv inform the citiyns ot Ponie
r .v tli.it h w ill give inslriii-tiims on the Piano
and tT"h voi-hI music at SlU.mi for thirty -six lossons.
Thrm- l-fsons pi-r week tn-o on Piano nnil one in
ii.2insr. I haviii Piano for IIks use of thnsf who
have none. No extra eharpe lor the use of my Piano.
1 t :in also sell New York, Kallimore and Boston
Pianos at Retail City Prices.
P'mn soM by me. timed nml put up in S'1"'1 order
and liept so t two veii-rs :iftr hiiyii:;: iilo Prinee
v C'o.'s Mi.-lodecnss''ild on enarant.ee, and exchanged
if any imperfections appear within tho first year.
Lewsons'siveu on Meiodcnn sum-, as Piano.
April :t. 'On. 14-rini.
WM. H. & J. GRANT
HAYING formed a partnership under th .-.hove
i. :,ine. and having purchased Hie ( rystal Mill."
ii! Miildleport. d....,ijj,-n running it regularly f'':n this
tini". We w ill pay the
Highest Market Price for Wheat,
mid otlier Grains, and hope hy strict attention to
busrness to merit and receive a soon patronage.
April If, JP8i-tf
K M. H. & J. GK.iXT.
Front street, three doors above Court.
stock of Stoves we will keep constantly on hand,
SPINNING AND WEAVING.
rilllK undersigned having made preparations
I to do custom work the coniinjr season, has
fitted up his machinery in the best manner, at
inrixc, MEIGS COUNTY, o.,
Where he is now prepared to do Cardinpr, Spin
ning and Weaving, at the shortest notice and
in the best, possible mariner.
Having the best machinery, and many years'
fsp'.riencc in the business, he tiaftors himself
that he can do as good work as any other es
tablishment in tiie Western country. He is
determined, by strict attention to business and
fair dealing, to merit a share of public patron
age. 'Stocking Yarn, Jeans and Flannel constantly
on hand. Wool taken iu exchance for Yarn or
Goods. THOMAS EG AN.
May 15. 1850.--19 ?m
Where you can get tlieui Cheapest.
"1LAIMS THE ADVANTAGE ABOVE,
V hinted at, together with the quality of the
articles, over any other establishment in the
county. Ileniember the place Mayhugh's
I'uilding, four doors west of Court, street, on
Front, Pomerov. S. SILVERMAN.
April 20, 1800. 16-tf
AMOKG the articles to he found constantly ou
hand at !". SILVERMAN'S Grocery, are
SO oris. Molasses, for sale cheap, b
16 tf S. SILVERS AN.
Sacks of Coffee, for sale ch iap, bv
16-ltJ S. SILVERMAN.
"I f lihds. Siijjar, for sale cheap, lv
1 J 18-tf. s. SIIS
Q K kees ?ood English Soda, for sale cheap, bv
4-0 Ki-tfJ S. SILVERMAN.
boxes German Scrap, for sale cheap, bv
0J Ki-tfl s. SILVERMAN.
boxes Balm Soap, for salo cheap, bv .
lli-tf S. SILVERMAN.
100-000 'i'";""5' s"0,al "ssortment, for sale
Q T boxes Tobacco, different qualities, for sale
cheap, by 16-tf S. SILVERMAN. I
KC boxes Candy, for salu cheap. rv
0J 16-tf S. SILVERMAN.
C) T boxes Star and Dollar Candles, for sa'e eheap,
by 16-tfJ S. SILVERMAN.
Ifl brls. No.'s 2 and 3 Mackerel, for sale cheap, by
yJ 16-tf S. SILVERMAN.
1 A brls. White Fish, for sale cheap, by
J 1.16 tl s. SILVERMAN.
ITY) kejrs of Nails, for sale cheap, bv
16-tf J S.'SILVERMAN.
boxes Starch, for sale cheap, by
-u 16-tf S. SILVERMAN.
OAA gross Matches, for sale cheap, bv
-W 16-tf fj. SIL
iST.fyv worth of Queensware, for salo cheap, bv
qP'JVTU 16.tr S. SILVERMAN.
AN. E. SMITH.
PATTON & SMITH,
Having recently formed a partnership for the
purpose of carrying on the
GfcOCEB V BUSINESS
In all its departments, respectfully invite the atten
tion of this community to our" present tock ol
To which will constantly be added new supplies, as
the demands i f trade may require.
The junior partner having had a lonjr experience
in the business in this market, is enabled to procure
just suck stocks as is required for the market, at
Prices1o Suit All.
Country merchants will do well by giving us a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
Our stock comprises Sugar, Molasss, Coffee, Tea,
Rice, Tobacco, t'igars, Bums, Codfish, Mackerel,
Halibut, Confectionaries, Willow Baskets, a large
lot of Matehes, &e., and all the nick-nacks usually
kept in such establishments.
Country Produce wanted, for which the bigbest
market price will be paid.
We also purpose doing a
Our Establishment is on the ast side of Court
Street, three doors from Back Street, Honieroy, O.
April 20, 186(1 3-16-tf
A. G. CROWLEY.
A. E. MTJRnOCK.
CROWLEY & CO.
HAVE just opened a superior stock of
GKOCCUICS AND PKOVISIOXS.
In C. M. ! vans' old stand, two doors above H.
Cohen's, tinder the "Gibson House," where
we are prepured to accommodate
everybody with all the com
forts of life; Grocer
ee, Tea, Sugar, Molasses, Tobacco,
And every thing else in the Grocery line.
Bacon, Count?-; and Sttgar Oared JIams, Her
ring and Mackerel, Beans, Potatoes and Cheese.
Lemons, Oranges, I'ried Peaches and Apples, and
all kinds of Fruit kept constantly on hand.
The choicest brands of Family Flour and Com
Me-il kept on hand.
Tho highest maiket pi ice paid for country produce.
As we havu determined to do a strictly Ycady-pay
business, we ran and will sell ut such prices as will
make it to the interest of cash customers to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Marcn 6, 185U. 10-tf C ROWLEY & CO.
milE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST OPENED
JL an extensive assortment of Groceries, Pro
visions, Queensvrare, Shoes, &c, &e.. at Jen
nings' ond stand, near the Rolling Mill, which
will be sold UNUSUALLY LOW,
Constantly on hand
Buckwheat Flour, Prunes,
Corn Meal, CranberrieSj
Dried Apples, Coffee,
Dried l'eachesj Tea,
Potatoes. . Molasses,
Pearl Eailey, Vinegar,
Peas, Dried Beefp-
White Fish, &c, &c.
C. E. DONNALLT.
Pomeroy, March 1.- 2-9-ly
T O T II E
PEOPLE OF MtDOtEPORT
AXD VI CI KIT I'.
THE undersigned bus just received, and is con
stantly receiving. Family Groceries of every de
scription, and intend to sell at a living profit. Ho
is not " Running" against ther Grocery Keepers,
but places a fair profit on everything. He is keeping a
IB -A- SSL 13 XL "ST
in connection with the Grocery, and will fill all or
ders for Cubes & Conlectioneries of every descrip
tion. Give him a call and judge lor y mrselves.
He also pays
Cash for Country Produce.
JOHN G. ENOS,
Front street. 4 doors below Rennedv'srDrns Store,
Middleport, O. may 2, 160. l8-3m.
MONTGOMERY & HOADtEY,
Forwarding and Commission
WHARF-BOAT, POHEKOI, O.
Keep constantly on hand
LIME, PLASTER PARIS, CEMENT, Ac.
TE respectfully request builders, and others in
V need of the above articles, to give ns a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as wa are confident we
can supply you as cheaply as -any other dealer.
April H). 'lid. l't-Bm.
(Late of the Firm of Stevenson, Bowen & KesinilhJ
NOW WIT II
M. WILLIAMSON, & CO.
Wholesale Dealers and Jobbers in
DRY GO OD S,
425 Market & 414 Commerce Sts. v
M. WILLIAMSON, "I . .., '. r., v . ,
tt u-iTuiiv Cet- ta 5th North side
S. M. ANDERSON,
II. C. POTTER,
SAW & PLANING MILL.
DAVIS & 3HO., Mason City, Va..
DEALERS in Lumberin the rouch. and Mauul'actd
rurs of Flooring, Ceiling and Weathcrbnardine.
Pinning of all kinds done, and lumber sawed to
order; also keep constant ly un hand Sash, Doors,
liliuds, Lath and Shi.igles. Our cash prices for
dressed Lumber are as follows:
Yellow Pino Flooring per thousand - - $20(10
White " " ' ' - 22 50
Ceiling - - - - - - 20 HO
Weatlierboardiog per hundred feet - - 125
Ail orders addressed lo Pomeroy P. O. will receive
prompt attention. " 15, '00. 19-ly
..jui. " For the INSTANT RK
C' ' Vlti 1.1 FF and PEK.MAXKST
"('? t '3 6X145 CUKE of this distressing
8 ,B'S' " complaint use
F E K D T S
B IIO NCHIAL OTGA RE'l'TES,
Made by C. B. SEYMOUR, 107 NASSAU St., S. Y.
Price, $1 perboxj sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL; DRUGGISTS.
March Sj'SD.U 0m. "
, Notice. , .
rpHE State of Ohio, Meigs county, 83 In tho
X Court of Common Pleas. Samuel A. M.
Moore, plaintiff, against William Mayhngh, Ce.
phus Decamp, Thomas O.- Crawfosd, '. Nial K.
Nye, Joel W. Jones, John E. Boyd, Samuel Ott,
Thomas Seeny, Andrew J. Sweeny, AaroH
Kelly, Smith Halloway, William Taylor,' Ga
briel Jacobs, Alexander G. Robinson,- Thomas'
C. Robinson, and Aaron Kelly and Mary Bush
field, executor and executrix of Joseph Mi
Bushfield, deceased; Robert C. Bonham, Chris
topher S. Lambelin, Charles M. Oilbertson,
William Bayley, C. B. Duncau, D. Spalding, R.
S. Irwin, Andrew Glass, S. H. Woodward
ndminstrotor of R. L. Caswell, deceased; J.
Freese, S. II. Woodward, William Hays, Joseph
Hersay, William E. Bailey, Williurn Linch, W.
11. E, Eiiott, H, Harden, II. Wallace, J. McCliiU
ton, J. Wright, William Dean, N. P. Remiei,
Robert Crangle, Henry Craujjle, James Craugle,
James Dalzwell, defendants.
The above named defendants will take notice
that Samuel A. M. Moore, of the County of
Meigs, and State of Ohio, did, on the 24th day
of September, A. D. 185i, fiie his petition in
the Court of Common Pleas within and for said
County of Meigs, and State of Ohio, setting
forth that the above named William Mayhngh,
on the l!7th day of April, A, D. 1857, made and
delivered to one Thomas O. Crawford his certain
promissory note for the sum of $3,200, payable
in ninety days from date thereafter, with in
terest nt the rate of six per cent., and that the
said Thomas O. Crawford did, subsequent to
the making and delivering of said promissory
note to him by the said Mayhugh, indorse nd
deliver the same to the said plaintiff for a
valuable consideration, and that there is now
due to him, the said plaintiff, from the said
t lluam Mayhugh, on the aforesaid promissory
note, the sum of one thousand four hundred and
twelve dollars and eleven cents ($1,412 11-lOU),
together with the interest thereon at the rate
of six percent, from the fifth day of July, 1859,
and that in order to secure the payment of the
aforesaid note the said William Mayhugh, on
the 27th day of April, 18u7, at Pomeroy, in said
county of Meigs, executed and delivered to the
said Thomas O. Crawford, a mortgage deed on
the following lands and tenements, situated in
said county of Meigs, and in the township of
Salisbury, to wit : the lower or westerly half
of lot number one hundred and four (104), being
the same premises whereon said William May
hugh erected a brick building. It -is further
alleged that Cephus Decamp holds the legal
title to said premises, and has a lien on the"
same for the unpaid purchase money due hint
from the said Mayhugh, and that Boyd, Ott &
Co., Kelly, Halloway &. Co, T. Sweeney & Co.f
Bonham, Oilbertson & Co, nnd Bailey, Wood
worth & Co. holds a mortgage on said premises,
and that Robert Craugle, Henry Crauele,.
James Craugle nnd James Dalzell hold a judg
ment lien on said premises, ana that JNial H,
Nye and Joel W. Jones have a lien on said
premises, but all the aforesaid liens are subject
to plaintiff mortgage except the lien of the said
Cephus Decamp for the purchase money of th
The object and prayer of said petition is for"
a judgment against the said William Mayhugh
for the sum of 1,412 1 1-100, together with th
interest thereon from the fifth of July, 1859, a if
the amount due to said plaintiff on said prom'
issory note, and that the said mortgaged prem
ises may be sold, ond the proceeds arising from
such-sale be applied to the satisfaction of the
judgment so to be rendered on such claim, and
that saw Cephu$ Uecamp, on being paid what
money may be due him for the purchase money
as aforesaid, may be required to convey to the
purchaser the legal title to said premises, and
that plaintiff may have such other relief a
equity may require.
The above named John E. Boyd and Samuel
Ott, composing the firm of Boyd, Ott & Co
and Aaron Kclley, Smith Halloway, William
Taylor and Gabriel Jacobs, Alexander G. Rob
inson, Thomas C. Robinson, Aaron Kelly and'
Mfcry Bushfield, the executor aftd executrix of
Joseph M. Bushfield, deceased, composing the
firm of Kelly, Hallcway & Co., and Thomas
Sweeny and Andrew J. Sweeny, composing the
firm of T. Sweeny & Co., and William Bailey,
C. B. Duncan, D. Spalding, R. S. Irwin,
Andrew Class,' S.-1I. AVoodward, administrator
of R. L. Caswell, deceased, J. Freese, S. II.
Woodward William Hays, Joseph Hersay,-William
12. Bailey, William Linch, W. R. E. Kliott,'
II. Harden, J. McClinton, J. Wright, William
Dean and N. P. Remick, composing the firm of
Bailey, Woodward & Co., and Robert C. Bon
ham, Christopher S. Lambelin and Charles M.
Oilbertson, composing the firm of Bonham Gil
bertsou & Co., and Robert Cfuagle, Henry
Craugle James Crangle and James Dalzell,
composing the firm of Craugle & Co., all of the
city of Wheeling, nnd State of Virginia, are"
also notified that they are required to appear
and. answer said petition on or before the third
Saturday after the 20thday of June next,
may 22, 'CO. 20-Ct Att'y for plaintiff.
SAMUEL Marshall, late a resident 6f
Meigs county, Ohio, will take notice thai
Walter Edward., of the said county of Meigs,
and State of Ohio, did, on the 23d day of May,
A. D. 180O, file his petition in the Court 6t
Common Pleas, in and for said county of Meigs,
in the State of Ohio, against Stephen Smith
and Samuel Marshall, defendants, setting forth
that the said Stephen Smith, on the 5th day of
May, 18o7, gave a mortgage to the said Samuel
Marshall, on the following premises, to witi
situate in section No. 25, of town No. 3, arid
range No. 13, of the Ohio Company's Purchase,
and bounded and described as follows: begin
ning in the middle of the north line of said sec
tion; thence south eighty rods ; thence east
eighty rods; thence north eighty rods; thence
west eighty rods, to the place of beginning;
containing eighty acres, to secure the payrhe'nt
of $330.00, according to certain notes refe'rred
to in said mortgage; and that since the giving
of said mortgage, the said Samuel Marshall
assigned and delivered the same, and the notes
therein referred to, tcthe said W alter Edwards,
and praying that said Stephen Smith may pity
said sum now claimed, and interest on the
Bamc, or that said premises may be sold to p'ay
the same; and that the said Samuel Marshall is
notified to appear and answer said petition on
or before the . third Sat urday after the 3d day
of July next WALTER EDWARDS,
By Simpson Lablet, his Attorneys.
Dated May 23, 1800. 21-0t. . . "
Sheriff Sale. - '
Jesse V. Stevens vs. William Brooki. . "
BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed from
tin Court of Common Pleas of Meips County, t
will offer for sale, at the door of the Court House in
Pomerov, nt 12 o'clock, noon, .
" On tlie V.ith day of June, I860,' . ;-.
the equitable interest of William Brooks, in the fol
lowing destribed lauds end tenements, lo wit: situ- '
ate in Meips County, in section sixteen, town seven,
range fourteen, o' the Ohio Company's Purchase..:
bounded as follows: besrinnins: nt a point thirty fei L
south of the north line of said section sixteen; rnn
ning thence east 14 rods; thence south sixty-seven -feet;
thence west fourteen rods; tlier.ee north sixty
seven feet to the place of iiejrinnin., Sold K tho
property of William Brooks, at the siiit of J. V. fcte
veus Appraised nt $130.0(1. Terms of sale, cash." '
- J. J. WHITE, S. M. C.
may 7. 1S60. lP-St S3.P0
Slothower, Mathews & Co. vs. Erastns ft. Davis and .
Qtiiucv A. Davis, et nl. ,
BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed from
the Court of Common Pleas of M'eigs'county, t
will ofTcr for sale, at the door of the Court H'ouso In '
Pomeroy, at 12 o'clock, (noon,)
On the k2M day of June, I860, . .
the fo'lowing described lands and tenements, fowit! '
n certain lot r parcel of la ml lying and be,ing in sec
tion So. thirty-twii. In town No. tight, range Kn. fif
teen of the Ohio Compans Purchase, beginning at
section line, eighteen rods below tile mill, rumiin;r' '
cast thirteen rods: thence north sixteen rods; tlicrti-n
west thirteen rods: thence to the place of begiitniur,
snpposed to contain one ami one-h..lf acres'.nport
which isafleain Kaw-iuill and Grist-mill; to behold
as the property of Erastns K. Duvis and Qnin-y ,,
Davis, et al,at the suit of Slothower, Mathews 6 ( Vn '
Appraised at $wuO.UO. Terms of sale, cash,
may 19, l&iO. 20 5t 3.110 J. J. WHITE, S. 51 : V
The Merchants' & Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling r. 1
Kirhurd Mather, nnd Wm. M. Bolles, adni'rof
Win. W. Matlicr, dee'd, and others.
BY virtue of an order of sale to mo directed from
the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs county. i ,
the above case, I will oner for sale at the door ul'ifcj
Comrt House in Pomeroy, at ten o'clock . a.j
On the Tld day of June, 1SW,
the following described lands and tenements to v. ii ;
the east half of fraction No. twelve, iu Salisbury
township, in the comity of Meigs, lying about one"
half mile from the town ol Pomeroy, cont: ii.ii
H4tJ acres. "Appraised nt .10,115.0(1; '
Also, the west half of riaid fraction So. twelve, .
containing 144l acres, and appraised at ?ll...;f!, I..
The above named property is ;u be so'id .-s hti .
pinperly of trie heirs of William W. Mather, ilvrM,
at the smi of lhe Merchants' & Mechanics' Hank of- '
Wheeling. Terms of sale, cash.
may 1!, ISC0. EO-dt 3 C0J J.J. WUITE. N. -V. C,
Perry Koot vs. Jacob S. Karhart.
BY virtue of an order of sale to nie di rut-ted frmn
the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs niiin. (
will offer for sale, nt the door of the Court House' in .
Pomeroy, nt 1 o'clock v-
On the '2-2d day of June, I860,
the followinedescribod landsand tenements towii:
situate in tiie town of Pcmeioj; all that part of lot .
So. 1(13 us designated in plat of ssid tirwn, which is
describe! ns follows: being twenty-five leet front
on Ma! b"rry street and running the same width back
to Mechanics' strict, and lying on the. west side of,
and adjoining to, that part ol" said lot So. lKl, con
veved bv V. H. Horton to Henry Koehler; to be sold
as "the property of Jacob S. Earl art, at the suit of
Perry Kout. Appraised at -00.rn. Teinis of sale,
1 cash! J.J. WHITE, S. W. C.
I may lSCd. 50-St ' ? ' '