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FTtllJAY, titi i'NTtraber 8, 1809,
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KThe Fall Term of the Court of
Common Pleas fol.jleigs County com
mences its sessione-daY, (Friday.)
Wo are informed' Qiat' Mrs. Alniena C.
Sanders Alfard w$5 deliver a lecture
upon the Tue Sphere-. of TWman,'' at
MiddleportbV Saturday evening next,
at 7 o'clock I--' Let all attend." ' "-
-,,'1 ,.f- rr- -r
Rcpdhllemn Meetings. ; ' , c.
., The citizens of Tupper' Plains and
vicinity will be addressed this. (Friday)
eveningly . Dr. E. TifiFatiy and H. L.
Sibley., '.. .'; '
VJiL'.i Wallar and H. L. Sibley will
speak at Portland on Monday evening,
Nov. 5th. - ; '' "
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ByWe refer our readers to the card
of 'Mr. Samuel Grant, Esq.', in another
place'.. It will, explain itself, with
the notice we gave in the Telegraph some
time ago. The cane is a most beautiful
one, and its presentation, under the cir
cumstancesis as honorable to the1 Re
publicans of Middleport,' as the recipi
ent is worthy, anl the present appropri
kVaeli Grove flfursery,
The eriergetic proprietors of this insti-
tution JI. W. Rutherford & Co. insert
their advertisement to-day .r It 13 very
generally eonceded,"we belieye, that their
collection of peach, varieties is superior
to any other in this section, if not in the
whole State. . It 13 now time to replant
trees, and no one should . fail to secure
the advantages of good selections offered
by this firm. -:-; . ' : "
Bring In the Vote y. , .... . -'
' It may not be known, generally, that
the Foil .Books of the Presidential Elec
tion are not opened by the (bounty Clerk,
but aje sent difectly to the Secretary of
State.'.'' : Thete is therefore no immediate
way of telling how each township votes,
ira uy uear-say liuui iiib inwusuip oui
cers.The Judges of Elections will con
fer a public favor by marking the result
. in their towns upon the envelope of the
Poll Book in this manner. ' r
iJncoln,!........!."... ...... ........... ........ ..000
I. A. I 1 . A j i 1 . 1
Douglas, ..... ..
We hope. the; returns will be. sent in
early on Wednesday. :-''' '
Jt& At a Breckinridge barbaeue near
Winchester; Clark County, Ky.; on Fri
day week, a young man, son of Dr. West,
of Bath County, being prevented by a
gentleman named Scott from rushing to
the dinner table reserved for ladies, drew
a pistol "and fired at the latter. 'West
missed his, aim, but, unfortunately, the
shotj took pffect in the face of Miss Em
rrta Hickman, inflicting a serious wound.
The conduct of West ! so -enraged the
crowd present that they seized him and
made three attempts to hang him to a
tree, when the Sheriff of the county pre
vailed upon, the mob to deliver the
would-be murderer over to the law.
II CM WHS. BUUBClUUll tlj . VdLCU IU II1U-
chester, and lodged in jail to await his
trial." '' ''"''"" v,', ; v- ;- ' '
- ' ' ;: COMMUNICATED. ; -
For the Pomeroy Weekly Telegraph.
To the. Republicans of Middleport:
Gentlemen: I have received from
you, . through . M. Nye, Jr., your ; agent
for that purpose, a most beautiful and
valuable silver-headed Cane, with the
following inscription engraved thereon:
"Presented to Samuel . Grnt, Esq., by
Republicans of Middleport, 0.,for having
walked 22 miles on the 9th day of Oct.,
1860, at the age of 83 years, to secure a
Republican vote." . I accept the present,
as tendered to me, and shall ever cher
ish it as a token of your regard, not
alone for me, personally,; but especially
for those principles of justice and equal
rights which I have cherished for more
than sixty years, and hich are now em
bodied in .the" platform .of the Republi
can party. Should circumstances ever
require me, in the performance' of my
duty , as an American citizen, to walk
4hat distance over again, I shall do it
cheerfully, sustained, not only by, your
'highly-prized present, but by the grate
ful remembrance of your regard and es
teem! .; .. ' ,: ' '" " Samuel Grant.
Middleport, Oct. 28, 1860. '' ' -l-
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. .
We take from a late number of. the
. Cincinnati-Gazette an estimate of. the
vote on Tuesday next, which we think
nvill not vary much from the result of
that day's work. It is as follows:; . , .
j. The Presidential election is as eood
&s settled, only the necessary work of
casting a iua jxepuDiican vote, on xues
'3ay, November 6th, remaining for the
people. - There are .only three or four
States whose vote ;we regard as at all
doubtful. These , will, not affect the
; grand result. The following States we
regard as sure for Lincoln and Hamlin:
. New Hampshire
Massachusetts . . .
8 J Ohio
5 i Indiana...........
W isconsin .. .. I .
New York ......35
New' Jersey...... 7
- V Total.- 179
' The following States may all pretty
safely,be set down for Breckinridge and
. Lane: ; -: ; . - .
The following States are doubtful,
with perhaps a probability in favor of
Bell and Everett:
.'.'..12 J Kentucky .
?..,,..f.....;... , 33
The State of California is also doubt
ful, with a probability, fr om the advices
we have received, in favor of Lincoln.
No Slate u left for Douglas and Johnson.
In our opinion, they will not have a sol
itary Electoral vote. Our summing up
is as follows:
For' Lincol n . . . j'.. .' ,f 179
For Breckinridge .'. 87
Majority for Lincoln over Breckin
fidge and doubtful, j5,
TURN OUT IN YOUR MIGHT
The last grand rally of the campaign
will take place at Pomeroy, THIS (Fri
day) EVENING, and it is earnestly
hoped that it may prove worthy of the
great victories we have recently won, and
the more important one to be achieved
WIDE-AWAKES! You have proved
yourselves the formidable foe of modern
Democracy and slavery propigandists.
Do not falter now, when victory is with
in your grasp,
HON. V. B. IIORTON, and other
speakers will be present and address the
By orderJRepub. Cent. Com.
Election" Next Tuesday,
Pn Tuesday next all the States in the
Union vote for Electors of President and
Vice President of the Unite4 States.
South Carolina chooses her Electors by
the State' Legislature, which .has been
called together in extra session for that
purpose by the Governor. i
In Georgia it requires; a' majority, of
all the votes given to elect;1 krid in case
no one set of Electors receive a majority
over all others, the .Legislature elects.
As it is not probable that either candi
date will receive that majority, the Leg
islature will be called together for that
purpose,' and being stidngly Breckin
ridge, vyjll cast the vote accordingly.
In all the other States, we believe, the
people elect the Electors by a plurality.
State elections ,will be held on the
same day in the States of Massachusetts,
Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New
York, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Cal
ifornia, Delaware and Maryland, in all
of which Members of Congress are to be
chosen. . The Legislatures to be elected
on that day in the States of Illinois,
New York, Wisconsin, Iowa and. Cali
fornia, will have ; the election of U. S.
Senators in the places of Trumbull, Sew
ard, Durkee, Harlan, and Gwin, respect
ively, whose terms are about to expire.
It. will k be seen that great interests
hang upon the results of next Tuesday's
vote. But we believe the people are
prepared and ready to do their duty.
.. BOOK NOTICES.
Harpers1 Monthly, for November is
received, and is as rich as ever, as' will
be seen by , the following table of con
tents:" "Captain John Smith;" "A Sum
mer in New England;" " Pearls and
Gems;" "Glitter and Gold;" "The Ordi
nation Ball;" "Down the River;" "Rose-
Garden A New England Sketch;" "My
Velvet Shoes;" " Unto This Last;" 'The
Four Georges ;" " A Fallen Star ;"
"Monthly Record of Currents Events;"
"Literary Notices;" " Editor's Table;"
"Editor's Easy Chair;" "Our Foreign
Bureau;" "Editor's Drawer;" "Conju
gal Conversations Illustrated;" "Fash
ions for November.'1
Published by Harper & Brothers,
Franklin Square, New York. Terms, $3.
Atlantic Monthly. The November
number of this work is also received.-
Its contents are as follows: "Some of
the Haunts of Burns;" "Pasquin and
Pasquinades;" "The Summons;" "Dar
win and his Reviewers;" "A Modern
Cinderella;" "The Old Days and the
New;'; "The Iceberg of Torbay;" "The
odore Parker;" " Icarus;" ' " Walker;"
"The National Intelligencer and its Ed
itors;" " Sonnet ;" " The Professor's
Story;"? "The Election in November;"
Reviews and Literary Notices;" "Art;"
"Recent American Publications" .
Publishod by Ticknor . and Fields,
Boston, Mass. Terms, $3 per year.
Douglas Gone Up. '
Mr. Douglas told the Southern people
that he alone knew how to fight North
ern Black Republicanism. He would
do it with. a, weapon called "squatter
sovereignty," and whip the blacks, too.
He took the stump, and, up to the pres
ent time, has thoroughly stumped fifteen
Northern States. Of these fifteen States,
five have held elections since he made
speeches in them. Here they are, and
here are the majorities by which the
Republicans have carried them: .
Maine 20,000 Republican majority.
Vermont....... ..18,000 do
Pennsylvania ...32,000 do
Ohio ..............30,000 do
Indiana 10,000 do
This is what Mr. Douglas and his
boasted squatter sovereignty accom
plishes. He had better retire from the
field at once. iV. Y. Day Booh. -V.
Working a Poor Rule Both Ways.
To the Editor of the N. Y. Tribune:
Sir: In the "Republican Platform of
1860" (se Political TextBook, page 26),
at the close of Art. 8, the following oc
curs: "And we deny the authority of Con
gress, of a Territorial Legislature, or of
any individuals, to give legal existence
to Slavery in any Territory of the United
Do not the Republicans hold that
Congress has unlimited power over the
Territories? and if so, how is the above
to be understood? Very truly,
. W. S. Wasububne.
Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 1860.
Answer. No, Mr. W.; Congress has
power to denounce and punish theft or
perjury in the Territories; but who eon
tends or believes that Congress has
power to legalize or establish perjury
.and theft? Congress has power if we
should ever purchase or conquer and an
nex Cuba to abolish Monarchy in that
Island; but who does not know that
Congress has no power to create or es
tablish a Monarchy? No; Congress has
not "unlimited power over the Territo
ries;" it has power to establish justice
therein, not inj ustice to vindicate the
; right of every man to the fair recom
pense of his unconstrained labor not
to make one do another man's work for
. nothing. The Republican Platform is
entirely right on this point, as on oth
ers. And, instead of wrangling about
the righ of Congress to exclude Slavery
from a Territory, the true point of de-
. parture is to deny the power of any leg
islative or other body to establish or
place it there. Ed, Tribune.
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER FULTON.
Cape Race, Oct. 28. The steamer
Fulton, Capt. Molton, from Havre and
Southampton ou the 17th inst., passed
Cape Raee.at 6 o'clock A. M. Sunday,
and was boarded by the press yacht.
The Neapolitan commander had or
dered a renewal of the ttaek ou the
It was asserted that there was great
consternation among the Cabinet of Tu
rin in consequence of the Russian and
Prussan Ambassadors having remitted
formal protest against the Sardinian in
vasion of Naples.
Advices from China state that the al
lies had attacked the Tartar camp, and
that the Chinese fled in disorder.
The grand attack on the Tartar forces
would take place on the 15th August.
Victor Emmanuel entered Naples on
the 17th. He had already entered the
Neapolitan town of Villenova amid en
thusiasm. v Mazzini has refused to leave Naples.
The diplomatists at Gaeta had pro
tested against the decree relative to Mi
lan, and all the ambassadors had signed
Gen. Guyon had reoccupied Vi
terbo. Three new forts armed with rifled
cannon, had been captured between
Sido and Malamocteo, and the arma
ments on the whole of the Venetian
shore are being renewed and connected
with an electric battery.
The vote on the question of annexa
tion to Piedmont is to be taken in Sicily
Oct. 21. . :
. It was asserted that great consterna
tion prevailed among the Turin cabinet,
in consequence of the Russian and Prus
sian ambassadors having remitted formal
protests against the Sardinian invasion
of the Kingdom of Naples. The Rus
sian ambassador will demand his pass
ports if no regard is paid to the protest.
Advices from China state that the
Allied trodps had reached Peiho, August
1st, and had established camps at
Pethany. They found the northern and
southern forts evacuated, and attacked
the Tartar camp on the 12th. The
Chinese fled in disorder.
At the departure of the mail the Allies
were opposite the Taku Fort, where the
Chinese were preparing to resist. The
grand attack was to take place on Au
gust 15th. The ., rebels attacked
Shanghae on August 18th, and were re
pulsed. The Fulton has 292 , passengers and
300 tons of eargo. She experienced a
continuation of severe gales. -
Liverpool BreadstuflFs. Flour dull at
6d. lower for some descriptions of Ameri
can, which was quoted at the range of
2830 and 6d. Wheat firm and ad
vanced l2d., particularly for red Wes
tern, which was quoted at 11 and 6d12
and ' 6. White Southern 14s. Corn
quiet; mixed and yellow 36 and 6d37.
White 3944. Provisions, generally
quiet.. Beef dull. Pork dull. Bacon
steady. . Lard quiet.
CURIOUS TVILti OF A SOUTHERN
PLANTER. AFFECTION FOR A
. The following extraordinary story is
in circulation. An aged gentleman, a
planter in one of the Southern States,
has just died, leaving a fortune of 100,
000, which is to be disposed of accord
ing to the provisions of his will, and
that document is as follows:
I bequeath all my effects to the chil
dren of my brother, on the following
conditions: Desirous of marking my
sense of the service which my Newfound
land dog rendered men in saving my life
one day when I was drowning, and wish
ing also to provide for my housekeeper,
T annoint mv said housekeeper nurse
tutor, and mother to my dog. My natu
ral heirs shall, on tnis account, pay 10
her, out of my entire fortune, a daily
sum in the following manner: The daily
payment shall continue so long as the
dog shall live, but not one second longer.
Durinor the first year after my decease,
or for so much of it as the dog shall live,
my housekeeper shall receive $0 a day;
the second vear she shall receive 810 a
day; the third year S15; and so on until
the death of the dog. in tne course or
the month in which the dog shall die,
there shall be naid to mv housekeeper
for every day of the dog's existence $125.
On the day ot his death she snail De paid
per hour of the dog's life, S250. In the
last hour of his life, 6he shail receive for
every minute that he lives, 375; and for
every second of the last minute, 500.
My notary is charged with superintend
ing the carrying out of my will."
This eccentric gentleman appears to
have entertained for his dog sentiments
similar to Byron's. What the heirs will
do or think we cannot say, but we shall
be much surprised if tliat dog lives many
hours longer- : Supposing him to-die at
59 minutes and 59 seconds after 5 o'clock
on the 30th day of the month, the sum.
to be paid to the housekeeper will be:
30 days at 125, 3,750; 11 hours at
250, 3,750: 59 minutes at 385, 22,
125; 59 seconds, at 500, 29,500
Capture of a Slaver
The slave-ship Erie, lately captured on
the African coast, with 897 negroes on
board, by the United States steamer
Mohican, arrived at the Brooklyn Navy
Yard on the 3d inst., bringing home
Lieut. J. W. Dunnington, Past-Midshipman
H. D. Todd, and a prize crew of ten
men. The Ei-ie's officers supposed the
Mohican to be an English man-of-war,
and hoped, by hoisting the American
flag, to evade examination. The negroes
were landed at Monrovia, where they
were put under the charge of M. Leys.
Twenty-nine of the poor slaves died
principally of fever and dysentery, caused
it is supposed, by Congo water, on the
passage, and one fell overboard. They
were perfectly naked when taken, and
those who lived were delighted with the
disposition made of them. They clapped
their hands sang, shouted, and raised a
jolly time generally. The officers and
men of the Mohican, who escorted the
slaves to Monrovia, describe their suffer
ings during the middle passage as posi
tively revolting. They would not un
dertake similar duties for any considera
tion. The Erie was boarded in the
Congo River by the British steamer
Spitfire, previous to receiving slaves.
She was only seventeen hours from the
slave wharf when the Mohican seized
her. No other craft was ever captured
. . ...
on the Atrican station wwh so many
negroes. Nathaniel Gordon, captain,
and William Warren and David Hall,
mates, of the slaver, were undergoing ex
amination before United States Com-
, missioner Morell, on Monday and Tues
I day. Lieut Dunnington gave his testi
mony at great length, dscribjBg all the
circumstances of the capture. The cx
a mination, at the closs of the proceedings
! o n Tuesday, was adjourned till Friday
BST"Campaign subscribers to the Tel
egraph will receive but one more num
ber of the paper. We should be pleased
to continue all on our list who have
taken it through the campaign, and give
this timely warning, that those who wish
it, may continue the Telegraph without
Gives It Up Again.
The New York Herald, probably the
most unscrupulous of the papers opposed
to the Republicans, at last gives up the
contest. It says that further effort is
useless, and that a attempt to further
deceive the people with the pretense that
there is any possibility of defeating Lin
coln, will only come baek to plague those
who use it. It says, therefore, that, aa
an act of common deference to the elaims
of truth, it is called upon to say to its
readers that Lincoln will receive a larger
majority in New York than in any other
State, and will be elected by the people.
The Herald says it has labored earnestly,
and for a time with hope, that it could
secure the defeat of Lincoln, by a com
bination of all the factions against him;
but that the tide of popular feeling has
become irresistable, and that every day
isadding many thousands to the majority
already sure for the Republicans.
InpRead the following, from Dr. Leeper, an otit
resideut of Stark county, for many- yaars, the most
prominent physician and druggist of the place:
Navarre, Stark Co., Ohio, June 21st, 1833.
Sometime since, 1 received a lot of Dr. Richard
ion's Sherry Wine Bitters to sell on commission.
They are all sold, and your further supply of three
dozen Just received. I think I shall need more soon,
as they are in sood demand and highly praised by
sufferers from indigestion, dyspepsia and liver com
plaint. . Yours, very respectfully,
' JAMES h. LEEPER, M. D.
Sold Uy P. REED. - 42-2 w.
JjjPiirry Davis' Vegetable Pain KJiler derives
much of its popularity from the simplicity attending
it? use, which gives it a peculiar value in a family.
The various diseases which may be reached by it and
in their incipient stngea eradicated are among those
which are peculiarly fatal if suffered to run; but the
curative magic of this preparation at ence disarm g
them of their terrors. In uli respects it fulSils the
conditions of a popular medicine. Stick to it, there
fore; buy the original and genuine.
. Sold by A. SEEBOHM, uud D. REED. 42 2w.
HjFor Erysipelas, Dr. S. A. Weaver's Cerate
will be found one of the most soothing Applications
ever used. It has never been known to fail of effect
ing a permanent cure. It will reduce the swelling,
remove the inflammation, and . relieve that intoler
able heat, itching and burning sensation accompany
ing tbisdistreislng complaint, and heal the sores and
eruptions, in this way affording comfort until the
patient gets permanent relief.
An old gentleman of Lyme, Conn., who had Ery
sipelas on his legs so badly that he could not wlk,
says, "At the time I commenced using your medi
cines I stopped all others, and I used but three boxes.
of the Cerate, and my legs are now perfectly well."
Sold by medicine dealers generally.
ICpAll, especially young men, should read the
advertisement of the new "National Dispensary" at
Cincinnati, in another column.
On the 23d day of October, by Wm. Crooks,
Esq., Mr. Rutter HoutT and Miss Mabt Wat
son', both of Hartford, Mason County, Va.
On " the 24th day of October, by same, Mr.
Lafayette Bakton and Miss Mercy J. Fauts,
both of Sutton, Meigs County, Ohio. '
POMEROY RETAIL MARKETS.
Corrected Weekly li Grant $ Bros, Millers, and
; ' Patton j" Smith,-Grocers.- - 7 -
Thursday, Kov. I, 1960.
Flour...White Wheat Fam., 6.00; Red do. ex
tra, $5.50; Superfine, $5.25.
Wheat...White, No. 1, $1.05; Red, No. 1, $1.00.
Eggs... ........... .
.2550c. W bu.
1718c. & "
.7o. V "
6Jc. $ "
7c. V "
ret. 8c; -wholesale 5Jc. P ',
. e.UU 1,000
.retail 25c; wholesale
Cincinnati Wholesale Market.
. Cincinnati, Oct. 29.
Flour No change in the market; the
demand continues limited and the sales
small; we quote superfine at ?4 854 90,
and nominal, and extra at ?5 005 25.
Provisions A good demand for Mess
Pork, with sales at $18 00. Bacon
Shoulders are inquired for at 8Jc, but
holders ask 8c. bales ot new .Lard were
made at 10c, to be delivered within the
coming two weeks.
- Groceries A continued good de
mand for Coffee, with sales of 275 bags
at 15f 15c. Sugar steady at 8J9Jc.
Molasses remains dull at"4243c, which
are the rates in the regular way. .
Oil A sale of 60 brls Linseed at 57c,
indicating no change.
Wheat The amount offering is light,
and the feeling in the market rather
firmer, though there is still a difference
ofl2cper bush between buyers and
sellers; primed red 1 04, prime white
Corn The demand is good and the
market firm at 4043c for old, and
3235c for new.
Oats The demand is mdderate, with
sales of 6.000 bush at canal at 30c; 500
do do at 30c; 300 do in sacks at 31c.
Rye The demand is fair and the
market steady at 6465c for prime, at
Barley There is a good demand
for the prime grades, but the poorer
grades are dull; we quote prime fall at
8588c, and strictly prime do at 90c;
spring is selling at 70(o,80e for fair to
Hay The market is unchanged and
steady at ?15 5016 00 per ton for
prime Timothy in bales, on arrival.
Cheese The demand is fair and the
market steady at 910c for Western
Reserve, and 11c for English Dairy.
Butter The supply is better and
the market dull and lower; we quote
prime Central Ohio and Western Re-,
serve at 1314e, common at 9llc,
and grease at 8c.
Potatoes The demand is moderate
at Sfl 35 per brl for prime Neshanocks.
Apples Thero is a fair demand at
81 001 50 per barrel for fair to prime.
Marietta & Cin. and Ilillsboro & Cin. R. It
ON and after Thursday, April HO, 1800, trains will t
leave Athens as follows: I
Goiso East Express Mail at - - 12:26 p. M. '
Gomu W'kst -Mail at - - - 10:36 a. m. '
JfrKxpress mail east makes close connections t I
Parkcrsburg with the trains of the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad, and at Cincinnati with trains for all :
TPPPassangers leaving Parkersburg at 8:10 a. m.
arrive nt Columbus 9:13 p. m.
I JTjyTickess at reduced rates are sold at Chilli- ;
I cothe and Athens, for Columbus.
TLrTnrongh tickets to all points East and West
I can be obtained at ail tbe principal Ticket Offices on
' the line of the Koad. ',
i A .4;...,.. - t .... ., t AnnK 1 .. 1- .. I-. '
ar tariff rates will be made on nil tiekets purchnocd
at tho ticket offices.
Ol.'I.AND SMI TH. Snn't.
J. 1-uor.iTT, Gen'! Tikt Ag't
Chil. niav. J.39.
OF WATCHES, JEWELRY,
GOODS, AT THE
On Court Street, a few JDoors below the Court IImsc,
-E O 3Vt 23 It- O -5T , O .
rr"HE subscriber takes pleasure in inofnning his numerous customers,-J-
and the public in eeneraL that he has iust returned from the city
with a -splendid stock of goods in the above named line, all of which he
Bc.i w,l a nving proni.
He would call especial attention to his stock
which he will sell at city prices; also to his
prising in part a cuoice lot ot
for Ladies andGeBttlemen, Money Bags and Purses, Cigar and Card Cases, Combs, Tooth and
Hair Brashes, fine Cutlery, Tistols, &c.
9FBOTAOT tTIS cfe X3"S"3E3 OXiASSES,
In SilTer, Steel and German Sliver frames, suited for all ages.
lie also keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock of superior Gold Pens, of Sheppard's
and Dawson's, Warren & Hyde's make, which he warrants to- give satisfaction.
. He invites the patronage of the public, with the asmraace that customers ebfldh Teceive the
worth of their money. An examination is solicited.
June IS, I860. '24-t
- PEHBY t AVIS'
JPa,in Killer .
WE BEG TO CAM, THE ATTENTION OF THE
PUBLIC TO THIS LONG TESTED A NO UNK1
VALLED Family Medicine.
The Pain Killer is a purely vegetable compound,
ard wiiils it is a most efficient Kmeoy for Pain, it is
perfectly sa'e medicine eren in tbe most unskilful
w 8-For gtftnnier Complaint,
or anv other form of Bowel Disease in Children or
Aculm, it is almost a tfertain cure, ami has without
doubt beon more successful in curii.g the Various
kinds of 1
thin any other known remedy; or oven th5 most
skilful physician. In India, Africa, and China,
wkore this dreadful disease is over more or less prev
- PAIN KILLER, .
is considered by the natives, as well as by European
residents, in those climates,
A Sure Itemed y.
As a Tonic for the Stomach, it is unrivalled,
few doses will relieve severe cases of
and it is often a perfect cure for '
r --. . Dyspepsia'
in its most aggravated forms. Its tonieand stimula
ting properties, arousing tbe system to vigorous ac
lion, render it a most effectual care for
. Colds and Coughs,
when used according to directions.
For external application it Is unsurpassed by any
medical preparation known.
and Neuralgic Affections are quickly relieved and
often enred by it. Any soreness in the Muscles or
Joints can be relieved by its application. It cures
instantly the most violent
It should always be kept near at band, to be used
in cases of severe
Burns ov Scalds,
If applied Immediately, according to directions, It
will give ins ant relief, and prevent blistering.
It is peculiarly adapted to the wants of
and others traveling on our Western Rivers.
JL r'IMrections accompany each bottle.
It has been tested in every variety of climate, and
by almost every nation known to Americana. It is
the alMiost constant companion and inestimable
friend' of the missionary and the traveler on sea
and land and no one should travel on our lakes or
rivers without it.
Sold by dealers everywhere.
The public will be cautious that they got the gen
iiiim Pain Killer, as some unprincipled men use
that name for their own worthless compounds: in so
doing they deceive the community, and infringe
upon pie "Tradb Mark" of Perry Davis.
PEICES--25 Cents, 50 Cents and $1 Per
J. N. HARR'S & CO., Priprietors forthe South and
. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Sold wholesale and retail by A. SEEBOHM and JJ.
HEED, Homeroy, O.
July 31, 18U0 30-ly '
CANKER & SALT RHEUM
FOR THE CIjRE O.F
Canker, Salt Rheum. Erysipelas, Scrofulous Dis
eases, Cutaneous Eruptions, and every kind
ef Disease arising from an impure
state of the Elood.
The most Effective Blood Purifier
of the Nineteenth Century.
It is the prescription of an educated physician,
and alt who are afflicted with auy. of the above
named diseasea should use it without delay. It will
drive the disease from the system, and when once out
on the skin, a fw applications of
. SB. WEATEB'6
CERATE, I OINTMENT,
and you have a permanent cure.
The Cerate has proved itself to be the best Oiut
meat ever invented, and where once used, it has
never been known to fail of perfecting a permanent
cure of Old Sores, Tetter and Ringworm, Scald
Head, Chillblaius and Frost Bites, Barber's Iich,
Chapped or cracked Hands or Lips, Blotches or
Pimples on the Face, and for
the Cerate is the thing required to euro. It should
be kept in the house of every family.
- Price of Cerate, 25 Cents per Bottle.
Sold by most dealers in Medicines.
J. N. HA KRIS CO., Proprietors
for Western States,
Tn whom all orders for above Medicine may be
Sold by D. KEED, Pomeroy, O.
July 31, I860. 30-ly
DR. S. O; RICHARDSON'S
Win e B i t ters.
The Celebrated Neio England Remedy
Jaundice, Fever and Ague, Gen
ral Debility, and all other
Diseases arising from a
Liver, 01- Bowels,
s u c.h a s
Acidity of the Stomach, Indigestion, Hartbnrn,
Loss of Appetite, Costiveuess, Blind and Bleeding
Piles, Disgust of Food, Sour Eructions, Sinking or
Fluttering of the Pit of the Stomach, Dimness of
Vision. Yellownessof tbe Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Side, Back, Chest or Limbs, and in all cases where a
TcNIC is necessary.
The Sherry Wine Bitters are prepared by a regu
larly educated Physician of note and position.
They are the most
Pleasant and Valuable
Tonic of the day. They are just what persons re
quire when recovering from protracted illness, or in
the Spring of tbe year, when a Medicinal Tonic is
required. They 11 re largely recommended, by Phy
sicians through the West, and the proprietors are
daily in receipt of letters noting cures by their use.
Thomas -Stanford of Blounuville, Henry County,
Inch, writes us, under date of May 4th, I860, that for
three years he was afllicted with Nervous Debility,
of the most positive character, aud could get uo re
lief, until be nsed the
Sherry Wine Bitters,
Which soon completely restored him, and lie is
now in robust health.
One of the GREATEST CURES EVER KNOWN,
was that of Geo. W. Huffman, Berwick, Seneca
County, Ohio. He had been nfiiioted with Rheuma
tism in all its various forms for about twenty years,
he had used everything recommended by the skill
of Physicians, bnt got no permanent relict, until the
Bitters were introduced, and three bottles caied
him. He writes us two year after bis cure, and
says, '! have no return" of the complaint," and
further says, ilI think and believe that in Rheuma
tism, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, and Kidney Af
fections, or Dropsy, it is a Specific certain remody."'
Sold by dealcis "in medicines generally.
Price, 75 Cents per Bottle.
J. X. HARRIS & CO.,
General Agents for the Southern and Western
States. Sold by D. REEL), Poineroy, O.
July 31, 1860 30-ly
SELLING OFF AT COST!
HAS a large lot of Riflles, of his own manu
facture, ou hand, which he will
SELL OFF AT COST,
as he designs closing up his business. They
are of the best manufacture, and warranted to
be such articles as represented at the time of
sale. Call at his Shop, opposite Horton's Boat
yard, Pomcrov, O.
Spt. l,SKO.3S-3m ' A, II A AG,"
FANCY AND VARIETY
OLD STAND OF
large stock of Fancy and Yariety Goodsy- com
Where you can get them Cheapest.
CLAIMS THE ADVANTAGE ABOVE
hinted at, together with the quality of tbe
articles, over any other establishment in the
county. Remember the. place Mayhugh's
Building, four doors west of Court street, on
Front, Pomeroy. S. SILVERMAN.
- April SO, 1SG0. lG-tf , V .
AMONG the articles to be found constantly on
hand at S. SILVERMAN'S Grocery, are .
20 btjs. Molasses, for sale cheap, by
Itf-tf S. SILVERN AN.
-Sacks- of Coffee, for sale cb tap, by
tlS-tlJ S. SILVERMAN.
"1 f hhds. Sugar, forisale cilsnp. by
1 U T&-tf. 6, SII.NERMA5.
O T Kegs good English Soda, for sale ch.:T). by
J 16-tfl. . S. SILVERMAN.
boxes German Sean, for sale cheap, bv
tU .I16-tf S, SILVERMAN.
A fl boxes Balm Soap, for sale cheap, bv
t:U . 16-tf S. SILVERMAN.
Cigars, genetal assortment, for sale
boxes Tobacco, different qualities, for sale
cheap.by 116-tf S. SILVERMAN.
boxes Candy, for sale cheap, oy
16-tf S. SILVERMAN.
boxes Star and Dollar Candles, for sale cheap,
by 116-tfJ S. SILVERMAN.
brls. No.'s S and 3 Mackerel, for snln cheap, by
16-tf S. SILVERMAN.
1 A iris. White Fish, for sale choap, by
AU ll6-tf S. SILVERMAN.
kegs of Nails, for sale cheap, Vv
Off boxes Starch, for sale cheap, by
" 16-tf S. SILVERMAN.
QAA gross Matches, for sale cheap, by
W ri6-tfl S. SIL
Xff worth of Queensware, for sale cheap, by
vWJ le-tf S. SILVERMAN.
A never falling Antidote for Sick Head
er ache, Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague,
VJJ Liver Complaint, cosuveneu,
A Biliousness, Neuralgia, Colle,"
Depraved AppctiU, Disor- a
unww mi. ,
-TOTtSOM 8 PII1I1S are universally a-
knowledged to be the bebt now In use. As a Family
medicine they are particularly recommanded-amptt
and harmless, but highly medicinal in thoir com
Unation. On Pill a dose, with mild bnt eer
tain effects. The robuatman and the delicate child
use them alike, with every assurance of entire
safety. With Wilson's Pills, every Mother u.
the land becomes her own physician. They have
proved themselves a seicinc, and stand without a
rival for the following affections: ,
nEADACHX, IETEB & AGUE,
HEADACHE, PETER 8c AGUE,
DYSPEPSIA, LITER COMPLAINT,
DYSPEPSIA, LIVES COMPLAINT,
Costiveness, Biliousness, neuralgia,
Costiveneaa, Biliousness, Neuralgia.
Soli hy Druggists ft Dealer, everywhere.
B. L. PAHNESTOCK & CO.
Importers & Wholesale Druggists
No. 60, corner Wood and 4th fits.
soli rannunoBS or
qB. L. Fahnestock's Vermifuge. '
July 31, 1886. 30-ly
RELIEF YS TEW MINUTES.
The original Medicine Established In 1837, and first
article of the kind ever introduced undurthe name
of "Pulmonic Wafers," in this or any other coun
try; nil othei Pulmonic Wafers are counterfeits.
The genuine can be known by the name of BRYAN
being stamped on each WA PER.
BrvN'K P.CLMON1C WAFltRS
. Reliqve Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness.
Brvan's Pclmokic Winm
Relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, Difficult Breathing.
Bkvan's Pumomc Wifers
Relieve Spitting of Blood, Pains in the Chest.
Brvan's Pclmomic Wafers
Relieve Incipient Consumption, Lung diseases.
Brvn's Pulmonic Wafirh
Relieve Irritation of the Uvula and Tonsils.
Bryan's Pclxonic Wafers
Relievo the above Complaints in Ten Minutes.
Bryan's Pclmonic Wafers
Are a Blessing to all Classes and Constitutions.
Bryan's Pclkonic Wafers
Ate adapted for Vocalists and Public Speakers.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafer's - ,, ...
Are in a simple form and pleasant to the taste.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafer
Not only relieve, but effect rapid and lasting Cures.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
A re warranted to give satisfaction to every one.
No family should be without a box of
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
in the house.
No traveler shouid be without a supply of
Bryan's Pclmonic Wafers
in his pocket.
No person will ever object to give for
.Bryan's Pclmonic Wafers
JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, Rochester, N.'Y.
Sold by D. REED, Pomeroy. 3-31-ly
TIIK subscriber has again re
sumed her Millinery busi
ness in the room occupied as a
Grocery and Notion Store, by
Martin Heco.v., one door west ef
W. A. Aichev's Jewelry & Watch
Establishment, -where she will
be happy to wait on all her old
customers, and as many new
ones as possible. She hopes, from her long ex
perience in the business, to please a large ma-r
jovity. Her assortment, though small, will be
kept up, and complete work done on short no
tice, and warranted good. S. 1). GIBSON.
Pomeroy, Sept. 24, 18t50. 38-3m
POGG cfi9 & O IU"
OFFER for sale their usual supply of
Grafted Apple Trees, consisting of-about
fifty choice varieties.
Price Ten Dollars per Hundred.
Salem Center. Meigs Co., Ohio, Oct. 10, 18GO.
$22,000" WORTH OP; GOODS
TO BE SOI, I) OFF AT COST!:
w o xi tt 3vr :
I WANT YOUK CASH,' AND IF THE GOODS StTTT; PlttCES SHALL
I have everything in the-Dry Goods line: Prints, Delane Merinoes, Cohergsr.
Alpacas, white goods. Brown and Bleached Muslins, CheekFlunneli'.TitUng
Cloths, Cassiineres, Satinets. Jeans, Tweeds, &e. '
: tHt RDW A R E. - '
Glass. Nails, Lock's, Axe3, Cutlery, Coffee Mills, Scale Beams, Brass KetUesy,
Log and Trace Chains, HorseshW KaiIsy Mi'l Saw-s, Crosscut Saw, Butts!
carpenters; toozs:. .. '
Plantes, Saws, Chisels, Augers Hatchets, Bracesad Bits Squares,- Utvkk
coopers' tools:. J ,
Tress Hffor Adza3, Broad-Axes Compasses and Knives of all kinds... -
Bellows Vices, Anvils, Fileer HtMrre-;Rasps, Stoeks-and' Dyes also, Shear, Cast
and German Steel. Buggy Springs and 'Axels,-Wagoa Axels; .Woodwork for: Bug
gies, and Buggy Trimmings of all kiirds. .... ,.
I would call the attention of Builders to iy largslot of Dooia,Sashf,VeueUai
Blinds, all made . of clear White Pine. Also; . .. ., . ,, . . '
O Zj O V
Coats, Pants and Vests of all kinds and Furnishing Goods, Hats and'c Cvp. Also, Urg;
and complete stock of Custom-made' Men's and Boys'. Calf and Kip. Boots and. Shoes; Children,''
Misses and Ladies' Shoes of all kinds. - I keep, a large stock of Cordage of all - sizes, . Brseai
:"X-.... J. -si
If yon waat a gsod fitting Coat, -Pants or
no sale. , . . ; . . , ' ' ,'
The above and various other articles not mentioned will be sold'without reserve; at cost, for
CASH.: Give me ft eaJt. ' ' '
; Pomeroy, 0,Ja. 3r 186r:-
XS. J. PR ALL.
asm: rfr' a
At PR ALL'S
Would respectfully call tbe attention of this"
ever invented in
The Burning of the gas and smoke arising from
iifl npr rpnt nf fiinl n 5ivvi ami & more intense
zz-?" -v:, :
it distinctly understood that it is not our design
In disposing of them, but will WARRANT every
luis is not the only pattern we propose selling. we have tbe most improved pauemr w
WOOD COOKlNGr r STOY'ES -
; Without dwelling upon the merits of the different pattern,. w wiQ om
elude our notice by announcing that our i".. J -::'... : -
PARLOR AND OFFICE STOVES .
Can't be beat, either in quality, or in cheapness, and W defy eoiuoetitivM.
er constantly on hand,
In aoVlition to1 our heavy
and manufacture to order,
To thb CrrHEss of Meigs xsv Adjotsisa Cocvthsst' ".".' " ' ' iT . '
.5 ' The above r'etnirris will d'cmtfnstrafe to vow, in m
certain degree, the nature of the business we; intend to proscerrte.v The manner in which- it is
to be done, naturally suggests itself. J)o you wish to buy on! eredit? - Then ynu have simply
been wasting your time in reading our card. We cannot sell at our prices wiifro&t iosins
money, if we have to credit. We have therefore, concluded to sell exclusively for '
JCJkm JsL JaL y
And exchange fjr Old Metal, Brass, Pewter, Copper, Rags, Old Silver, ten at their highest
market value.. ' . - -. i :.-.t
- Past experience has proven the tjeneficent results of the cash nystem,. to koth purchaser and,
m1Toi. ami it. ! fm ttiA t0Tipft nf nfir nlinlmiprfi vLa nnrt tinv mnf.li phMiurn vull (L
our own who can BV? and StfLL cheapr -
We respectfully invite you to call and see
wish to purchase or notf but we warn you, as
it away till vou have given us a call. .
Aug. 16, 1859. ly ' ' .
OHV GOODS, MEN'S AND BOVS' CLOTHIWG,
HATS AND GAPS"
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENS WA RE.
HAVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND CAREFULLV - SELECTED
Stock of Goods, adapted to the Winter Trade, (and which will be kept toni
plete hy frequent additions during the season,) l am prepared "to offer to, my
patrons, and the public at large, everything, as far as possible,, necessary to eoti
stitute a full Stock in the above lines, and which will be sold for CASH or eoun
try produce, on the most favorable terms. . ; , J . . ... V "!
THE TAILORING BUSINESS i J " i
Will be conducted, as heretofore, under the supervision of N. M. M'GLOTiTLjNr,'
assisted by as competent workmen as any in the county. Everything in the wsy
of Making, Cutting or Repairing, promptly attended to. ''
Tas F.saxON's ron tsce sarijuSsisojxj-
Will at all times be found on hand, together with a fall Sttfc.kf Cloths, Cniss
meres, Vestings, &e. ? .'; ; ..V '-""-; '..''''.
N. B. To those whom I have extended a short credit, and who4 are now disre
garding the moral obligation incurred to pay up according to agreement, I wirh to '
say I will not hesitate to Temind you, if necessary, in a forcible manner, that a
legal obligation was also incurred, 1'omeroyj January 71,1 SCO..
CIIARLCS BICHIT1ANIV. .
Dealers, in Gold
JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS,
HAVE REMOVED TO;
C T XIIGT'8 Iff JS W 33 t7 I Zi p I KT o
WHERE we phall be pleased to see our old customers, and all others who
desire anything in our line. We keep constantly on hand a good i'ort
ment of Gold and Silver Watches, German, French and American Jewelry, Fancy
Articles; Clocks from $2.00 to 12.00, of every size and description; Eye Glasses,
Gold Pens, &c. ' ... :' ..
Repairinc Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, done in the best' manner, fjomptlv.
August 7, 1800. 3-31-tf .. . ;
jh. jl w '
Vest, give me a'calt l have a large lot of'Pieca'
;'--, J-f, Ot)pf KN
Front street, thro deors abovw Curt
n yi 'mm- amm s.
0 X :tt-.
ontfminity to one of the greatest improvements"
tj ' '
th coal, by . which- -
hf.t thrnwn tafhtf r ' -. -.a
to use i ' :
Stove we sell to be what it is ropreeeftteJ.
and we respectfuny iivite the publie t eunfae
- '. ' )".;,.:''"''"'' ; ' ''" -
stock of Stotos- we will keep eorrst&ntly am haaxi.
TINWARE.- '' -M.K -,,.( - -
- that we adopt this system. , ' '
the improvements in our Stoves, whether yu
you value your hard-earned money, nt e lavisk
- - ' , ;
" . TR A Lb A, HATCH.
and. Silver Watches,