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From "Once a Week."
J B INIflE.
Where's he way toJeaniiie's house?
. Any child can guide you ;
Or ye may find the road yourself,
The rirer runs beside you.
u Where's tbe way to jeannie's heart?
That I canna answer ;
Here about or there about,
find it if you can, sir.- ,
'' Is this the way to Jeannie's house?
As straight as you can go, sir,
Down the valley, through the wood,
And by the brook below, sir. :
What's the way to Jeanuie's heart?
That I canna say, sir; - ;
A lang way up, a wee way down,
In troth, an unco' way, sir. ...
Seme on horse, and some on foot,
. Conies hither many a soorr, sir; .
- ,Wha find the. way to Jennie's heart, '
. Maun bring a coach and four, sir.
tg$The Atlanta Locomotive thinks
Toombs i going too far. It says:
. "Mr. Toombs is all the time the cen
tre, of a sqoad of listeners, and if he
doesn't become too ultra1 or extreme in
bit talk, he will do good. There is some
dancer, however, of his losing all mode
ration, and becoming a little too rabid
for the stomachs of the masses.
It seems to be but a summer ago since
we looked forward with egar hopes to
the coming years ! and now we are look
ing sadly back. Not that the dream has
passed, bnt that it. haa, been no more
worth to those around us. As the glow
ins hopes and ambitions of early life
pass away as friend after friend departs,
and the strong ties which hold us here
' are broken our lira seems but bauble,
glaaciag for a moment in the light, and
then broken, and not a ripple left on the
stream. Forty years once seemed a long
weary pilgrimage to tread. It now seems
but a step. And yet, along the way are
broken shrines where thousand hopes
hate wasted : into ashes; footprints
sacred under their drifting of dust; green
mounds whose grass is fresh with, the
watering of tears ; shadows, even, that
we would not forget. We will garner
the sunshine of those years, and with
chastened steps and hopes push on to
ward the evening whose signal lights wil
soon be seen swinging where the Waters
are still and the storms never beat.
PAT ISO DEAR FOR DISHOSESTT.
t A lady of respectable appearance
stepped into a store on Fourth street
yesterday to bur a collar. The clerk
handed her a number of the latest style,
which she deliberately viewed and com
mented upon, until : on selecting one
valued at three dollars, she handed the
clerk a tee dollar note from which tode
duct that amount. He' returned from
the desk and gave the lady her change
'Why, you have given me but two
dollars! said she. --,
"True, madame," was the reply.
"But, sir. was not the note I handed
you ten dollars?" '
"Certainly, -.madame, that was the
amount," responded the polite gentle
man of the counter.
. "This is three dollars, is itnot?" asked
the lady, holding forth the collar.
"That is the price, madame." -
"Then why do you take out eight
dollars, sir; asked again the lady, who
seemed to be losing her temper.
"Why, madame, this collar cost three
"Very well, sir,'' interposed the lady,
sJ'But that one attached to your sleeve.
beneath your eloak.is five dollars more,
continued the complaisant clerk, at the
same time raising up the cloak and show
ing concealed a very handsome collar.
The lady became agitated, but the kind
hearted clerk assured her that it was'all
"You don't for a moment suppose, sir,
tnat 1 intended
0, certainly not, madame; it's all
right, perfectly right, quoth the- clerk
witb bis blandest smile. . ,
""Good morning," said her .ladyship,
making a rush tor the door.
"Good morning," responded the 'gen
tlemanly clerk, bowing her -but' safely.
' WOB8E TEAS BOT-GCT.
i Joe, the man of all work about Porter's
hotel,' at North Cambridge, was fond of
eood hauor. or, indeed. liquor of any
kind i and : being, generally, short of
funds, was in the habit of seizing on all
remnants of liquor left by practitioners
at the bar. Thus matters progressed for
some years, until .one day, when , Porter
Having occasion w mite a mixture to
cure a diseased hoof, had need of some
nitric acid, or aquafortis, that article
being one of the ingredients of the lo
tion. Taking a eommon bar tumbler
and pouring a sufficient quantity of acid
into it, he went out, leaving the tumbler
on the counter, and a drover, the sole
occupant pf the bar-room. He had no
sooner passed the door than in came Joe,
and seeing, as he thought, a tumbler, as
usual, with some liquor too good to be
wasted, immediately looked through the
bottom, " as was the usual custom," and
quickly threw himself outside of 'said
liquor. He then went to chopping
wood, smacking his lips at the unusual
strength of the spirit. . Shortly after,
old Zach coming in, picked up the tum
bler to go on with his medical, prepara
tion, but was surprised at .finding it
empty. Inquiring of the - traveler, he
was informed that a short, chunky man
(describing J 6e) had drank it. ' With an
exclamation of surprise, and consterna
tion depicted on his countenance, he
rushed out of the room in search of Joe,
expecting to find his dead body not far
off. He passed a sound the house, and
in the back yard found Joe doing extra
execution o the logs, werking as he
generally did when he had on an extra
amount of steam. After getting "over
bis astonishment, this conversation took
place : ;' V' ' . '.
: Old Zach Joe, did youl drink that
stuff on the counter ?
Joe. Why, yes, I thought it hadn't
ought to be wasted, you know. All
right, I s'pose ? .
Old Zach -I don't know. How do
you like it? How do you feel after it?
Joe. FeeJ ? I feel first rate, lively as
a cricket. " '" w" ' -
Old Zach. Well, Joe, but haven't
you noticed anything out of .the way -nothing
wrong about you ?
Joe. Anything wrong? W?ll, no,
not much ; fust rate liquor ; takes good
bold; goes further than common. "There
1 !nr nilAfflV oKflllt wlii4l T
i r. , , ! ,
can t get me nang on, mere ue urew in i
tsleevc under his nose.) whenever I wipe .
,y mouth-, J bum a hole in tug shirt-sit t ::. i
A long time ago it must have been,
for it was when there were servants and
before "help" and domestics came into
fashion a friend had for the presiding
genius of the culinary household, a per
sonage we use the term advisedly) by
the name of Hannah an expert in her
vocation, whether the demand were for
plain or fancy dishes, an ordinary din
ner or an extraordinary supper. Han
nah had faults no matter what they
were but she was nevertheless a neces
sity. Three times a day, week in and
week out, and on "occasions" Hannah
was indispensible. Consequently she
grew to be important, in fact everything
turned upon Hannah, her moods and
Matutinal, meridian, and evening
meals, whether they should be, or what
they shall be how guests should be en
tertained as to the palate all was at
the mercy "of Hannah. To kesp Han
nah, and keep her in tune, was the daily
problem to be solved. Once having had
a taste of Hannah's dainty preparations
how could they be given up, or how
could viands cooked by other hands be
endured? So Hannah became as we
have said, and without knowing it per
haps the center round which the
whole domestic system revolved the
circumstantial tyrant of the domestic
kingdom. Pater familias, mater fami
lias, children, visitors one and all
were the subjects of. Hannah. Her
coming and going, her placability or
implaoabilty decided their The
kitchen r-leu the dinning room and tue
parlor. As went Hannah, so wont the
enure, mansion, and its inmates-r-perma
uent or transient.
We have often thought of Hannah as
typical individual, a representative char
acter. There are a multitude of Han
nah'a in the world; made so, either by
reason of some special gifts, the benefits
of which, notwithstanding the associa
ted failings, other mortals cannot forego
or by reason of their supremacy, and
their insisting upon it, that they stand
first upon the catalogue of humanity.
and are first to be listened and minis
teredto. Sometimes Hannah wears pan
taloons, and is the head of the house
hold; and then the adjuncts and depen
dents have to move about, sit still, be
comfortable or uncomfortable, "accord
ing to Hannah." Sometimes Hannah
is the mistress a wee bit fidgety and
nervous, unable to bear discussion, the
noise of the children and several other
things; and then the Hannahizing is
harraBsing to all reached by its irrita
ting mlluence. sometimes riannan is
the "blessed baby," and then what
"blessed" Hannah! Who objects to
cold breakfasts or late dinners, or to
buttonless shirts, or any disturbance in
the" usually well ordered home, when
the first "pledge" or the latest "pledge
is teething, won't go to sleep, or has the
measles! The despots the real despots
look for the chubby contents .of the
cradles, and you will find them. And
who can resist "babyhood's royal digni
ties?" who rebel against the -
- tiny hand
With love's invisible scepter laden? ;
The moral of the fact we have been
lightly describing is obvious enough.
Setting aside the invalids and babies,
always privileged characters, Hannahs
are disagreeable individuals, all confess;
and so if any "ism is to be vigilantly
guarded against it is ilannahism. It is
hard to keep clear of it all together,
since it creeps upon us and gets to be a
habit, sometimes before we are aware of
it. Others see and feel it, when the vic
tim does not. Therefore, it behooves
those who happen to be in authority
to be "heads and having under them
or connected with them those who serve
them from affection or from a sense of
duty, to carry themselves generously,
use their power cautiously, and play the
part of benefactors and easily satisfied
masters, rather than the part of petty
tyrants. " He who happens to be in com
mand, should command as little as pos
siblc. Boston, Transcript.
Great humorists have generally been
earnest men. very grave at heart, and
much that they have written has been
tragedy in the guise of irony. : All
readers cannot find this out. They can
not see the grief of life beneath its grin:
they cannot detect the scorn or the pity
that is hidden in jokes or banter, neither
ean they always find out the jokes or
banter that is covered by a solemn face:
and many a sincere believer has been
deemed an atheist because he burlesqued
hypocrites with their own gravity.
Numbers judge only by the outside, and
never reach the spirit of writing or of
man. , ihey laugu at tne contortions ot
grimace, but of the mysteries of mind or
the pains of the heart . which underlie
the contortions they know nothing.
hey snatch their rapid pleasure, and
eave unvalued tne worth ot mm who
gives; ana - when tney. nave naa their
transient ' indulgence, they have had
all they Bought and all that they could
enjoy. . . ,
The relation of many to the humorut
is illustrated by that of the doctor, on a
certain occasion, to Liston, the cele
brated comedian. . Liston was subject to
constitutional melancholy, and in a se
vere atttack of it he consulted a famous
"Go and see Liston, said the doctor.
"I am Liston," said the actor.
And thus the inner soul of a great
humorist is often as unrecognized by
those who read him as was the natural
personality of Liston bv the doctor.
Henry Gilet in Atlantic Monthly.
Speak Fleasamtljr -
We have read somewhere that "Lan-
guage was given to us that we might
speak pleasant things to each'other;"
but, alas! how often is.it used tor other
and baser purposes! A pleasant word,
or even an affectionate look, is baim to
the wounded, fluttering heart, when it
turns toward you for consolation in the
hour of misery! Were we to moderate
our voice to a silvery tone and thought
only of the good we see struggling up
in those who surround us, brothers and
sisters in humanity, how much like Par
adise would this world become! A
harsh, illv-advised expression of ab
juration has crushed many an aspiring
spiritwounded to death many a noble
soul and the utterers have passed on
their wav. unconscious, perhaps, of the
evil thev have done. Let us aim, then,
at Dleasant thoug
thoughts, and, above all,:
"O . ' . i
pleasant speech, for it is the language of
the angels, and has more virtue in it
than -wine of Cyprus or balm of Gilead.
t&,The Little Pilgrim has the follow
ing: "JLittle Snsie H.. poring over a
book in which angels were represented
as winged beings suddenly remarked
with much vehemence " Mamma, I
don't vxint to be anansel and I needn't
need I?" "Wh v, Susie?" questioned
, , ,T - ' , . , - ,.
ner moiner. "liumpn! leave uji ait my j
pretty clothes, and wear feddei s like a :
Exclusively Fire Insurance.
POME R OY"a GENCY,
FIHE INSURANCE COMPANY,
- No. 68 Wall Street, New York,
-sml M jit
VTM. PITT PALMER, President.
ASDRBW J. SMITH, Socrevary.
W. P. Paimc.
ArarrrrR W. Ward,
L. 8. Soar n, '
John C. Green,
KlMDCL P. MOTT,
Rniroa L. Lord,
W. F. Mott,
Wm. "W. Fox,
Ebwin II. MntoiN,
Robot B. Mikxcbh,
Thomas W. Fiaruu,
Ebxr B. Crocker.
Tills st8Dvb old Company having fully complied
with the law of this State, continue to insure the
safer classes of property
Atratust Ios bamaffc by Fire,
at as tow rates as other a ret clas SvopK Companion.
Their yol;lW re rr6e frAin tkihrk:iitim, thus
RVAldln litigation, having had only okk lawsuit
during a buaiutfss of
THIRTY-IT INE YEAES.
Particular attention given to the Insurance of
Farm Property. Isolated Dwellings,
and their Furniture, policies issued for the term of
ONE, THREE, or FIVE YEARS,
LOSSES equitably adjusted and promptly paid in
Cash at this dgencv.
JAMES R ALSTON, AgeBt.
WESTERN BRANCH OFFICE,
No. 1 Superior Street, Cleveland, 0.
. S. COB, General Agent.
JOHN 8EWELL, Assistant. Apr. 84, '60 163m
Dry Goods & Carpet Store.
JOHN SH1LLJ.T0 & CO.
Sos. 101, 103 and 105 West Fourth Street, ,
Bnr (5ooi)s tv (Sarjj'rtinjg,
Are now opening an evtensire aud complete
Families, Hatel Keepers, Steamboat
Owners, and Purchasers, geuerally. may
depend upon finding the best class of Goods,
at prices as low as they can be pur
chased in the Eastern Cities.
Sept. 14, I860. 38-3m -
THE subscriber Laving just returned from
the East with an elegant stock of
Dry Goods, . Notions, Hats,
uaps, .Boots, snoes, &c,
Will offer them to the public at ten per cent.
advance on cost, for
VASU OK HEADY PAY.
In this proposition there is no humbnz. 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.
rancy prints - HaSJc "
Good bleached muslin 10c "
L bleached muslin oc "
itest styles best delaines 15 to 20c "
Cashmeres 15c "
Bonnet ribbons from .....10 to 40c"
Fine French wool delaine 50 to 75c"
(Usual price, 75 to $1.00 "1
Ladies' heavy kip shoes $1 per pair;
Ladies' call, 1 25 "
Ladies' best calf. 1 25 to 1 40,
And all other goods sold at proportionable
prices, for one consideration that we receive
C A S H
for them. - From this date we positively dis
continue the credit business, for jood and suf
We respectfully ask an examination of our
stock, ind if the Goods suit, prices shall suit.
Jt. 11. W1LSOM,
Jan. 3, '60. 1-tf Middleport, Ohio.
FALL & WINTER GOODS
JUST RECEIVED, a complete assortment of
seasonable Goods, consisting of Dry Goods,
Book 8 & Stationery, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Trim
mings, Notions, Hardware, Queensware, Stone
ware, Groceries, Oils, Manilla and Cotton Rope,
Cord and Twine; Wall and Window Papers,
Clothing, Shoes, Comforts and Oil Cloths, Nails,
Glass, Steel, Musical Instruments, and any
other Goods that people want.
Oct 10, I860. 40-tf WM.H.KJSM1NGTOM.
C. A. MATTHEWS,
And Manufacturer of
Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron Ware,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
At Old. Stand.
1 HAVE just received a large assortment of Stoves
which 1 will sell
lower than ever, consisting in
Arbiter, Live Oak, Victor,
With an assortment of Coal and Wood
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
GKATES, FIRE FRONTS, ODD
Roofing and Jobbing
of A I.L KINDS, done on short notice.
Persons Id want of anything in tho way of Stoves
Tin. Cornier or tiheet Iron War, would aave
money by calling on me. .
TT-5niH Conner. Rrnu and Pewter taken In ex-
4j f j i j - -
may 5, I860. 19-ly
.Ii. 13- MOOHJS,
Saddle, Harness and Trunk Manufacturer,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND
'will manufacture to order, all of the vari
ous articles usually manufactured in such es
tablishments. He calls particular attention to
his Harness making, and "dene the world" on
fanev mounted double or single Harness. Do
""V" " J " I 7,.! " Z TJ i "",
UAliu rural, , i "
jjnildinfc, up stairs. Cash paid for all kinds ol
Hides, tMtins, &c, at the highest market price,
June '21, 'SO. 2Wjr
Cash paid for all ktuds of
AS REMOVED lilS JEWELRY
Buildintr. immediately at the Head
Landing Road, next door below Remington's Store, and informs
herewith, all his customers and tho public in general, that he
did, at the same'tinie, open his new Stock, comprising all the
latest patterns of
Of every description, which he will asell at very reasonable prices, and he war
rants every article to be of the value represented.
His Store-Room is spacious, and expressly fitted up for the commodious recep
tion of customers, where they will find a prompt and satisfactory attending in all
their wants appertaining to his business.
All his work, such as
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIRING,
Will be executed in the very best manner, prompt and durable. All his work is
warranted to give satisfaction; otherwise the money laid out for it will be re
turned. m 11 A . V 1 t ... i 1 -
.loan iromwnom ne iias received
At the head of
Thirty Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
A Beautiful Gift for Busbandt to their Wive
miie introduction of this most beautiful and en
X neutly vraetlcal machine will bring joy and glad
ness to the hearts of thousands of our country
women turougiioni tue lanu. ic is pronouncea Dy
the best juisesto be the most simple, practical and
durable Machine noar before the public, and the
most desirable for family use, being reliable and ac
curate an all kinds of work, using any size and kind
of thread, from No. 8 to 300. It will sew with equal
facility the thickest and thinnest goods used in a
family. Wo enumerate a few f its superior ad
vantages. 1st. It makes the strongest, most elastic and du
rable stitch of any yet made.
3d. It has the best and most reliable feed and docs
not break needles. -
3d. It sews from two common spo-ols without re
winding. 4th.' It uses no oil on top, thus nreveBting the
damaging of goods.
5th. It runs with great ease, and quia tly.
6th. It can be understood aud operated upon with
very little instruction.
Tth. It is sold r ir the low price of thirty dollars.
Specimens of its work will be sent to any one de
sirous of seeing them, by letter, or the Machine and
work enn be seen at the agents' residence, next door
to Dr. Train's Office, near the Bank Buildib g-
McMASTEU Ac SON,
Sole and exclusive agents for Moigs, Athens and
Washington Comities, Ohio. Jau. 3, '59. I-tf
WHEELER & WILSON'S
New York Prices.
THE ELEGANCE, SPEED, NOISELEf'S
ness and simplicity of the Machine; the
beauty and strength of stitch being alike on
both sides, impossible to ravel, and leaving no
ridge on the under side, economy of thread and
adaptability to the thickest or thinnest of fab
rics, has rendered this the most popular Family
Sewing Machine in use.
Printed instructions accompanying each
Machine, to enable purchasers to sew ordi
nary seams -stitch, felt, quilt, gather, tuck
and bind: also, to keep the Machine in order:
Each Machine is warranted for three years.
For Further particulars apply to the under
signed agent C. E. DONNALLY.
I emeroy liovember, '59.-
R ' MOTT'g
Chalybeate Best or ative
An aperient and Stomachic preparation of IRON
punned or oxygen ana carbon by combustion in
Hvdrozen. Sanstianed by the highest Medical Au
thorities, both in Kurope aud the United States, aud
prescribed in their practice.
The experience of thousands daily proves that no
preparation of Iron can be compared wtth it- Im
purities of the blood, depression f vital enerpy,
pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicate i'.s
necessity in almost every conceivable ease.
Innoxious in all maladies in which it has been
tried, it has proved absolutely curative in each of
the following complaints, viz: .
In Debilitv. Nervous Aflections, Emaciation, Dys
pepsia, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Incipient
Uonsumpuon, acromions AUDercoiosia, sail onemn,
Mismenstrnation, Whites, Chlorosis, Liver Com
plaints, Chronio Headaches, Kheumatism. Inter
mittent Fevers, Pimples on the Face, Ac.
In cases of Gcneril Dkbilitv, whether the result
of acute disease, or of 'the continued diminution of
nervous and muscular euergy from chronic com
plaints, one trial of this restorative has proven suc
cessful to an extent which no description nor written
attestation would rnndor credible. Invalids so long
bed-ridden as to have become forgotten in their own
neighborhoods, have Suddenly ro-appeared in the
busv world as if just returned from protracted travel
in a distant land. Some very signal instances of this
kind are attested of female 8uBerera, emaciated
victims of apparent marasmus, sanguineous exhaus
tion, critical changes, and that complication of nerv
ous and dyspeptic aversion to air and exercise for
which the physician has no name.
In Nervous Affections of all kinds, and for reasons
fauiitiar to medical men, the operation of this pre
paration of iron must necessarily bo salutary, for,
unlike the old oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without
being exciting and overheating; and gently, regu
larly aperient, even in tiie most obstinate cases of
costlveuess without ever being a gastric purgative,
or indicting a ditigreeable sensation.
It is this latter property, among others, which
makes it so remarkably, effectual and permanent a
remedy for Piles, upon which it also appears to exert
a distiuct and specific action, by dispersing the local
tendency which forms them.
In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are Its causes, a
single box of these Chalybeate Pills has often
sufticed for tho most habituul cases, including the at
tendenUCostivenesa. In unchecked Diarrhoea, even when advanced to
Dysentery, confirmed, einunciating, and apparently
malignant, the effects have been equally decisive
In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength, de
bilitating cough, and remittent hectic, which
generally indicate Incipient Consumption,, this
remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and physi
cians, in several very gratifying aud interesting in
stances. In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated iron
has had fur more than the good effect of the most
cautiously balanced preparations of iodine, without
ary of their woll known liabilities.
The attention of females cannot be too confidently
invited to this remedy aud restorative, iu the casus
peculiarly affecting them.
In Rheumatism, both chronio and Inflammatory
in the latter, however, more decidedly It has been
invariably well reported, beth is alleviating pain
and reducing the swellings and stiffness of the joints
In Intermittent Fevers it must necessarily be a
great remedy aud energetic restorative, and its pro
gress in the new settlement of the West, will prob
ably be one of high renown and usefulness.
Xo remedy has ever been discovered iu the whole
history of medicine, which exerts such prompt,
happy, and fully restorative effects. Good appetite
c miplete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
witli au unusual disposition for active and cheerful
exercise, immediately follow its use.
I rut up in ueai uai uieuii uojLcscoubaiuiiigou puis,
i price 50 cents per box; for sale by druggists and
1 dealers. Will he sent free to any address on receipt
K. K. f.Ot KE & Co., ueueral .uta, . V.
Oct. 12, '60-W-ly.
STUKE TU A. JiURNAP'S NEW
oi the Wharf-Rout
patronage, no returns cordial thanks,
Wharf - Bciti Landing Road, V
W. B. SKIKV1N.
I. II. KELLKT.
C OL. TTIOS. 8MITB.
EXCELSIOR MARBLE WORKS,
RACINE, MEIGS CO., O.
Opposite tlte U. S. Hotel, and two Doors
North of Col. Smith's Store.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
fully inform the citizens of Meigs and ad
joining counties, that they are now prepared to
furnish to order,
Monuments, Head-stones, Counter-Tops,
and everything in their line, of the most ap
proved style and very best quality of
Foreign or American Marble.
Those wishing to obtain GOOD WORK, of
mis Kina, ai prices wnicn cannot rail to suit,
will do well to give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere. We are resolved to give full satis
faction to all who may favor us with their pat
ronag, personally, or by order.
S MB YIN, KELLEY & SMITH.
Aug. 17. 1-33-tf
rnHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST OPENED
i an extensive assortment of Groceries, Pro
visions, Queensware, Shoes, &c, &c. at Jen
nings' ond stand, near the Rolling Mill, which
will be sold UNUSUALLY LOW,
Constantly on hand
Buckwheat Flour, Prunes,
Corn Meal, Cranberries,
Dried Apples, Coffee,
C. E. DONNALLY.
Pomeroy, March 1. 2-9-ly
PLANING MILL, NO. 1.
JOHN S. DAVIS,
F the Sugar Run Planing Mill, has a large
assortment of Lumber, either rough 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 &
Hoadlev, Wharf-boat, Pomeroy, will be promptly
attended to. may 22, 1800. 3-20-y
DAN. E. SMITH.
PATTON & SMITH,
Having .recently formed a partnership for the
purpose of carrying 0n the
GBOCO Y BUSINESS
In all Its departments, respectfully Invite the atten
tion of this .community to our present stock ol
FBE.H GBO CEHIE 3,
To which will constantly be added new supplies, as
tbe demands of trad) may require.
The Junior partner having had a long experience
in t.'ie business in this .market, is enabled to procure
Just such stocks as is required for the market, at
Prices to Suit All.
Country merchants will a'o well by giving us a call
before purchasing elsewhere
Our stock comprises Sugar, Molasses, Coffee, Tea,
Rice, Tobacco, Cigars, Hams Codfish, Msfjkerel,
Halibut, ConXectionaries, Willow Baskets, a large
lot of Matehes, &c, and all tho uiok-uacks usually
kept in such establishments.
Country Produce wanted, for Which the highest
market price will be paid.
We also purpose doing a
Our Establishment is on Front Ritreet, nnder
the "Gibson House," Pomeroy, O.
April 20, I860. 3-16-tf
WMtmore, Wolff, Duff A 5 Co.,
Importers and Dealers in
SIGN OF THE ANVIL.
No. 58 Wood St., three doors above t.
HAVE now in stock a full assortment of English,
German and American Hardware, of every de
scription, which Is unrivaled in extent and variety
y any other establishment in tne country.
Having direct connections wun tne manuiacturers,
our facilities for obtaining goods are such as enable
us to sell at prices as low as can be found in any of
the Eabtkbn Markets.
Bnvers will promote their own interests by exam
ining our stock and prices before purchasing.
Y-.. t r. (I... nt U il H..,vbawA-tli
Ellison & Co. ' Celebrated Steel ; Watrouss, Ship
man & Co.'s Adjustable Handle Drawing Knives,
Troemner's Philadelphia Scales, Kingsland's patent
box irons; ana sell ai.manuiacturcrs' prices "nov
elty" and "Varietv" Locks and Latches; Linnincott
& Co. and Newmyer St Graff's Axes, (shovels, Saws,
etc.; Dodge's Kentucky Cow Bells, patent and com
mon wring .Machines, nrass nellies, Appie-parcrs,
Butcher's .Spencer's ami Horner's Files and Kasps,
Witherby's Chisels and Drawing Knives, Coe's
Wrenches, Wostenholni's Knives; Table and rocket
Cutlery of Best English aud American brands; Sleigh
Hells, Anvils, Vises, uniiows, unaius, sc, otc.
sept. 38, 1861. 38-5t
SEPT. 1860. SEPT. 1860.
AT WHOLESALE ONLY.
J. F. T'OWELL,
WHOLESAL E DEALER IN
HATS AND NOTION.
I HAVE just returned from the Eastern cities with
an immense stock of
American and European
DRY GO ODS,
Hats, Bonnets and Notions,
which are now id store and ready for inspection.
My stock will be found, as heretofore,
Uargo And -A-tti--ot-7-oI
and composed mainly of safe and staple goods,
which will be sold at the
Responsible and prompt merchants, h the neigh
boring counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Virginia, will
save time and money by calling on the undersigned.
Sept.28, 'UIJ. 38-ly J. F. TO WELL.
WK invite the attention orbuyere, to onr large nnd
well assorted stock or Ware now ou hand, to
which we will receive additions during the spring.
w huve n hesltuncv in saving that we will, and
do sell, good stylus and qualities of ware lower than
tbey are sola in any oiner mesiuni uiamct.
All orders carefully selected and well packed. Wo
solicit an examination of our stock.
PU KSKLL &GOH DO X.
j3-lv. Front stront, Portsmouth, O.
LOTS FOR SALE. j
rN SUGAR RUN7, NAYLOR'S RUN, AND j
J Carr's Run. Application
to be made to
M. Ilcckard, Lsq., i'ouicroy
Thousands are daily spcakinpin Ihe pruise of
and why? becanse it kbvkr fails to afford inti
takkocs rklicf when given in time. It acts as if by
ninc'ic, and onf. trial alone will convince you that
what we say is true. It contains
No Paregoric or Opiate
of as kind, nnd therefore relieves by kehoviss
the sffferinos of your child. Instead of by deadkk
ii its sensibilities. For this reason, it commends
itself us the onlt reliable preparation now known
fvr Children Teethins, Diarrhoea, Kysentery, Griping
in the Rowels, Acidity of the Stomach, Wind. Cold
in the Head, and Croup; also for softening the gums,
reducing inflammation, regulating the Bowels, and
relieving nain. it has no equal being an anti-spns-
niodic it is used with nnfailing success in nil cages of
convulsion or oiner riis. as you vaine me nte and
health of your children, and wish to save them from
those sad and blighting consequences which are cer
tain to result from the use of narcf'''- of which all
other remedies for Infantile Complaints are com
posed, take none but Dr. Eaton's Infantile Cor
dial, this you can rely upon. It is perfectly harm'
less, and cannot injure the most delicate infant
Price. S3 cents. Full directions accompauy each
betlle. Prepared onlv bv
CIIUICCII A DUl'OST,
Ko. 409 Broadway, New York.
Healtbt human Blood upon being
al ways presents us with the same essential elements.
and gives, of course, the True Standard. Analyze
the Blood of a person suffering from Consumption,
I.iver Complaint, Dyspensla., fc-r6fr.!a, See., ai'l we
I Bim i". ver instance certain deficiencies in the red
' globules of Blood. Supply these deficiencies, aud
i you eve inada woll. The tllw1 Food la foundod upon
this TUuorybeiiee its toulbin; tueceea. There
Br mm PnF.PATt ATTnxS
pdapted to the deficiencies of the Blood in different
diseases. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, or any af
fection whatever of the Throat or Lungs Inducing
Consumption, use io. I, which Is also tne o. ror
Depression of Spirits, Loss of Appetite, and for all
Chronic Complaints arising from Over-use. General
Debilitv, and Nervous Prostration. No. 2, for Liver
Complaints, no. 3, for Dyspepsia. Being already
prepared for absorption it is Taken by Drops and
carried Immediately into the circulation, so that
what you gain you retain. The No. 4 is for Female
Irregularities, Hysteria, Weaknesses, Ac. Bee spe
cial directions for this. For Salt Klieura, Eruptions,
ticroiuious, ivianey, una tsiauoer complaints, take
No. 5. In all cases the directions must be strictly
followed. Price of the Blood Food. $1 per bottle.
Sold by CHURCH & DUPONT,
No. 409 Broadway, Now Yi-rk. .
Druggists throughout the
S A N F O ED'S
fT IR COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FKOM GUMS,
X and has become an established fact, a Standard
Medicine, known auu ap
have used It. and is now
fidence in all the diseases
It has cured thousands
years who had given up
the numerous unsolicited
The dose must be adapt
nient of the individual
sui-h quantities as to act
Let the dictates of your
in the use f the Liver
will cure liver Cam
Stomach, Chronic Diar
tacks. Dyspepsia, Sum
entery. Habitual Costive
Cholera Morbus, Cholera
be used successfully as an
Medicine. It will cure
thousands can testify,) in
two or three Teaspoon
commenceinent of an at-
AU who use it are giv
iu its favor.
proved by ail tba
resorted to with con"
for which it Is reeom-
within the last two
all hopes of relief, as
certificates in my pos
ed to the tempera-
taking it, ana nsea iu
gently on the Rowels,
judgment guide yon
Invigorator, and it
plaints, Dropsy, Sour
rnoea, ruinous Ai
mer Complaints, Dys
ness, Cbolic, Cholera.
flatulence, and may
uroi ary family
Sick . Headache, (as
twenty minutes, if
fuls are taken at the
ing their testimony
Mix water in tho mouth with the Invigorator, and
swaiiow ootu togciuer.
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
- ALSO - -
FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS,
Pure Vegetable Extracts, and-put vp in
Glass Cases, Air l ight, and will keep
The Family Cathartie Pill is a gentle bnt active
Cathartie which the pro
practice mora than
The constantly increas
who have long used the
tlon which all express in
induced mo to place
The profession -"well
tbarics act on different
The Family Cathartic
ence to this well estub
potinded from a variety
Extracts, which act alike
imentary canal, and are
case where a Catliar
Derangeraents of the
Back and Lions, Sleepi
and Soreness over the
den cold, which, frc
end in a long course of
a Creeping Sensation
Adults, Klieu'i atism, a
Blood and many diseases
too numerous to men-
prietor has used in his
ingdciuand from those
Pills and the aatigfuc
regard to their use, has
them within tho reach ef
know that different Cn
portions of the bowels.
Pill has. with due refer
lislied fact, been com -of
the purest Vegetable
on every part of theal
good and safe in all
tic is needed, such as
Mamach, Pains in the
ness, Costivencs. Pain
whole bodv, from ami
qiieutly, if neglected,
fever, lessor Appetite,
of Cold over the Body,
or weight in the bead,all
Worms in Children or
great Puriner of the
to which flesh is heir,
tion in this advertise
ment. Dose. 1 to 3. -
PBICE, THEEE DIMES
The I.iver Invigorator and Family Cathartie PJUs
are retailed by Druggists generally, and sold whole
sale by the trade In all the large towns.
S. T. Vk . SAKKOKD, M. D.,
Manufacturer ami Proprietor,
3-4-Y. 335 Broadway, New York.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A LECTURE on the nature, treatment and radi
cal cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak
ness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involuntary
Emissions producing Impotency, Consumption and
Mental aii Physical Debility.
By ROB. J. CCLVERWELL, M. D., ,
The important fact that the awful consequences of
sell-aunse may oe erectuaiiy removed without Inter
nal medicines or the dangerous applications of can
sties, instruments, medicated bougies, and other em
pirical devices, is here clearly demonstrated, aud
the entirely new and hignly successful treatment, as
adopted by the celebrated author, fully explained,
by means of which every one is enabled to cure him
self perfectly, and at the least possible cost, thereby
avoiding all tbo advertised nostrums of the day.
This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and
Sent under seal to any address, post paid, on the
receipt of two postage stawps, by addressing Dr. CH.
J. C. KLINE, 480 First Aveuuo, New York, Post
Box 4,586. may 1. '60 17-ly
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dew'Jiient, for the Rolief of the Sick and Distressed
afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases,
jind especially for the Cure of Diseases of the Sex
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting
Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a description-
of their condition, (age, occupation, habits
of life, &c..) and in cases of extreme poverty, Med
icines furnished free of charge.
Valuable Keporti on Spermatorrhea, and other
Diseases of tbe Se.rual Organs, and ou the Now Rem
edies employed in the Dispensary, sent to the af
flicted in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.
Two or three Stamps Tor postage will be acceptable.
Address, Dr. J. SKfALIN HOUGHTON, Acting
Surgeon, Howard Association, No. S SOnth Ninth
street Philadelphia, Pa- EZRA D. HEART WELL,
GEO. FA1KCH1LD, Secretary. President.
I WOULD respectfully call the at
tention of the public to my supe
rior stock of Fruit Trees offered for
sale this Fall, embracing over 400
varieties of the Apple, 100 varieties of the A'ear.
100 varieties of the Peach. SO varieties of the
Cherry, 10 varieties of the Plum.
8000 Apple Trees, one year from craft, 10 dollars
1500 Dwarf nnd Standard Pear Trees, J to 8 yean
old, 40 cents each.
4000 budded Peach Trees. 10 dollars ner hundred.
600 Cherry Trees, 2 years old from gran, 40 cants
100 Plum Trees, 2 years from graft, 40 cents each.
200 Cherry Currants, 25 cents each.
IiiflO Catawba Grape Vines, 10 cents each.
loot) Isabella Grape Vines, 10 cents each.
11)00 Lawton Blackberries, 10 dollars per 100.
WO Concord Grape Vines, 50 cents each.
3000 Houghton Seedling Gooseberries, entirely free
from mildew and blight, the most productive and
profitable of any other variety nnder cultivation
price 15 cents each, or $1.50 per dozen.
WILLIAM W. HUBBELL,
One mile above Rutland, on the Athens road,
jueigs Co., utuo. uct. ze, iou.
Merchant Tailor and Clothier.
THE old customers of this house will j
please bear in mind that I am still 5A
manufacturing clothing to order, in my !f f
new building, on Court street, 2 doors from
Front, l'omeroy, Ohio. My facilities for 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 have just received a tine
Thankful for your former liberal patronage,
I hope to bo able to offer inducements for its
continuance. GEO. I1UTTEL.
Oct. -y, 1800. o-i-tf
The only Safe Preparation
That does not Dye, but will restore
To its original color, by Nature's own process, is
Prof. 0. J. Wood's Celebrated
In proof of tbe above assertion, read the following
testimony from distinguished persona from all '
(.arts of the country. i
Hou. Folomou Mann. Ann Arbor, mien., sat Ms i
wife, whose hair had become very thin, and entirely
white, was restored to its original brown color, and
thickened and become beautiful and glossy upon,
aud entirely over, the head. Others of my family
and friends are using your Restorative witb Ihe hap
Han. JrnoE Brkesc, Ex-Senator of Illinois, says my
hair was prematurely gray, but by the use of Wood's
Restorative, it has resumed its original color, and 1
have no doubt permanently SO
Hon. H. L. Rtewaet, fays my lialr iva very gray,
but after using tro bottles, It restored it to its origi
Rev. J . K Hi ot Brook Bold, Mass., gays it has re
moved from my heH" inflammation, dandruff, and a
constant tendency to .':r-u'S "d restored my hair,
which was gray, to its original color.
J. W. Davidson, Monmoulh, 111., !vs my hair was
two-thirdt grav, or rather white, but, hy the appli
cation of the Restorative as directed, it hu. rvsumed
its original color.
Dr. G. Wai.lib, Chicago, says, after using .Treat
many other preparations, all to uo effect, I used aij
bottle of your Hair Kestorative, which has cured a
humor in my head of two years1 standing.
Benjamin Lonoridoe, Sii4 Seventh Avenue, New
York, says, having lost my hair by the effects of liie
Erysipelas, when it began t grow, Instead of black,
as heretofore, it was well mixed with gray. Having
tried many preparations to restore the color without
effect, 1 was induced to try yours, and In spite of all
my doubts it has hfi'l tbe desired effect. .
H. Jj. Williams, M. D., Peckensviilo, Ala., says, I
have used your Restorative, and And It all It is rec
ommended to bo. I have tried it for Tetter aud And
it a certain cure.
W. Al. Woodward, M. D., Frankfort, Ky., says, be
recommends it in his practice as the best prepara
tion for the hair now iu use.
Edward Walcott says, three months ago my hair
was very gray; H is now a dark brown, the original
color, smooth and glossy, all by the use of Wood's
Wilson Kino says, one month's proper application
will restore an f person's hair to its original color
J. D. HoEssays.a few applications fastened my hair
firmly, it began to grow out and turn black, its orig
Betsev Smith, North-east Pennsylvania, says that
her hair had, for a number of years, been perfectly
white, but now it Is restored to its youthful color,
sort and glossy.
Dr.J.W. Bond, fit. Paul, say that his bair it
strong, thick, and black, although a short time since
be was both bald and gray. The people here saw
its effects and have confidence in it.
Mourns Goslino, M. D., St., Loois, says that after
trying many ether preparations, all to no effect, he
used two bottles, which covered his bead witb a new
and vigorous growth of hair, and Invites all to come
aud see it.
Sarah J. Krown says her bair was cot only gray,
bnt so thin she feared its entire loss but after using
two bottles it has restored both the color and growth.
Prepared by O.J. WOOD CO., 114 Market street.
Saint Louis, and 312 Broadway, New York, and sold
by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers; also,
by all Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers in the United
btatea and Canada. Aug. 7, I860. 31-3m
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
Flour. , . .
Persons wishing large lots of Flour made,
can have it manufactured at 40 cents per brl
offal to go to the owner of the Wheat.
Persons residing between Parkersburg and
Gallipolis, by sending five bushels , of good
clean Wheat, I will give one barrel of Flour,
pay the freight on the 3ame both ways, they
finding the barrel.
W. C. WILLIAMSON
July 26, '59. 30-tf . .
J. -W. G. STAGKPOLE,
MANUFACTURES to order, of the best ma
terial and workmanship, .
Stationary Steam Engines,
Saw and Grist Mill Cranks, Spindles,
Gudgeons, Shafting Pulleys, Spur & Bevel
Wheels, &c, &c.
Also Iron and Braes Castings, Forgings for
Coal and. Salt Works, and heavy Trip Hammer
Plows, Plow Points, Wagon Boxes and Hol
low ware constantly on hand.
Repairing for Steamboats and Mills done at
Oct. 12, I860. 40-tf.
Marietta & Cin. and Hillsboro & Cin. R. R
JN and after Thursday, April 36, 1860, trains
vr leave Alliens as roiiows:
Gomo Kart Express Mail at - - 13r?6 r. M.
Goino West Mail at - - - 10:36 a.m.
TPr'Kx press mail east makes close connections at
Parkersburg with the trains of the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad, aud at Cincinnati with trains for all
r7Passfnsrers leaving Parkersburg at 8:10 a. M.
arrive at Columbus9:l3 p. a.
TCJTickess at reduced rates are sold at Chilli
cothe and Athens, for Columbus.
IOl hrongh tickets to all points East and West
can be obtained at all the principal Ticket Offices on
the line of ttie Road. . .
A discount of ten cents on eaeh ticket from regn
ar tariff rates will be made on all tickets purchased
at the ticket offices. OKLAND SMITH, Sup't.
J. Foositt, Gcu'l Tlvket Ag't. Chil. may. 1,59.
The Cheapest Store in Town!
Corner Front and Sycamore. Streets,
Wholesale and retail Dealer in
HATS, CAPS & NOTIONS,
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
Invites the pnplio to his spletidid stock, which
he has recently received. It is unnecessary to
particularize, but I will say that my stock is
well selected and will be sold at prices une
qualled. . Jan. 24, 1860 3-4-tf.
A. K. LINE.
W. W. BANLT.
LINE, HANLY & KROELL.
25 Main St., next door to the Maditon House,
Orders respectfully solicited. . -Oct.
5, I860. 3-39-i?
THOSE wishing to take boys or girls at any
age from infancy to 14 years, to live V.ith
them till of legal age, would be dointr a public
benefit by making known their wishes to Mr.
&:ott, Superintendent of the Infirmary, neaji
Chester, or to either or the Inhrmary Directors,
Feb. 7, '60. tf. M. BOSWORTH.
Regular Marietta and Cincinnati Packet,
J. J. BLAGG, Master;
JOHN HEISXEK, Clerk;
Leaves Cincinnati every Thursday at 5 o'clock,
r. m. passing Pomeroy en Saturday at lOo'clock a. h.
Leaves Marietta every Monday at 8 o'clock a. m.
Leaves Pomeroy every Tuesday at 6 o'clock a.m.
For freight or passa ge apply on board or to
PATTON ft MONTGOMERY,
Nov. 29, '59. (8-tf Pomeroj Wharf-Boat.
WM. H. & J. GRANT
HAVING formed a partnership nnder the above
name, and having purchased the "Crystal Mill,"
in Middleport, design running it regularly from this
time. We will pay the
Highest Market Price for Wheat,
and other Grains, and hope by strict attention to
business to merit and receive a good patronage.
April 10, IfioO.tf Vv M. H. & J. GRANTS
RACINE WOOLEN FACTORY.
HAVING put in new machinery, we are
prepared to do Wool Carding at 4 cents
All work warranted, where the wool is clean;
Wool or Lard taken in pay for work.
July 3, I860. 26-tf THOS. EG AN.
Mark E. Reeves vs. William Ptarkcy.
BY virtue of an order of sale to roe directed from
the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs County,
will ofler for sale, at the door of the Court-house id
Pomeroy. at lUo'clock, a. x,
On the 31 at day of December, J8b0,
tha r.l i ..; A .1 n..lB u i1 i.uomunt. to wit
1 sitcate in the countv of Meigs and Suite of Ohio, and j
' being a part of Lot No. 341, and beginning at the
Houth West corner of said Lot No. S41,theuce KortU
along the alley 5 feet, thence East wilhaline par
allel with the street 50 feet, thence 45 feet to front
street .on a line parallel wilh Ihe first mentioned line, j
thence along and down front street 50 feet to the
place of hcginmii; to bo sold a the property of
Villinm Siurkey, at the suit of Murk fc.. heeveack Co, I
Aip raised at $G5u 10. Terms of sule. cash. j
Soy. -JO, '(j . C-4:-5t-3 00.
Blood Purifier and Blood Piifev
WHF.fl DR. fTOHACK. Ihe celebrated Swedisli
Physician, introduced his Blood Puriner :ut
Blood Pills in the United States, he set forth In plain
language their curative properties. This was years'
ago. The task of feeommendihg them has since
been taken out of his hands. Enlightened men
whose character for sound judgment and philosoplw'
gives their opinions weight in tne comnmnity, iiu-ii
who observe, reflect, and make "assurance noublf
sure' before they decide are everywhere ap
proving and urging the nse of these wonderful Prep
arations. All who confide in the windom and hon
esty of this class, or who choose to investigate for
themselves are now of one mind on this important
Dr. Koback invites the attention of the sick to tbe
Original Letter s,
from members of the Medical Profession, Editors of
public journals, well known Merchantsand Farmers,
and Ladies of tbe highest respectability, giving ac
co tots of extraordinary cares wrought by the reme
diet, of which cures they themselves were
Z,ye n itnesses. .
Thb"8 parties maybe coomte'd personally or by
letter, bv thoe wh. u" "J"T jJ'F l?IL'"Z .
jert. The evince iu . - T" ZZSf
wincn is at an time cceo.. - -- 1
lishes the following
That the "Blood Puriner" and "Bipod Pills" bafer
been proved by analyst-) to
Contain no Mineral;
That they euro the almost universal comply at,
with unerring certainty, and in a very short lime.
That after all other medicines have proved useless,
end restore the health and strength of the suflenr.
who have languished for years in helpless weakness
and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity
nnder their invnrorattmr operation. That all sexual
disabilities are removed by their cordial and gently
stimulating properties, rnat inoy. recruit
however they may have been trifled with snd abuser ,
that their direct tendency is to lengthen life, and
render It enjoyable That, operating directly apes
U ) poisonous disease in the blood, they
-Cause Soon to Ileal, .
and discharge from the system, every taint of Scro
ula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they
Recruit tlie Debilitated, ,
and that there Is no disease of the Stomach and Bow
els, tbe liver, the nervous svstem.the skin, glandsoi
muscles AKisiaa raox mrcamas or nx aLonn akd
kcbctioks, in which they do not give prompt relief,
and, (if administered before tbe very citadel of life
has been Invaded,) effect a painless and perfect enre .
Bear in mind that the Scandinavian Vegetable
Blood Pills" are endorsed by experience of thou
sands of living witnesses, who, In letters, affidavits,
medical works, and by word of mouth, proclaim
them to be the very best preparation of the kind ever
offered to the broken-down victims of ill-health.
They hunt disease through every avenue and organ :
of the system, and to expel It thoroughly and perma
nently. No one can doubt their superiority after one single
trial they are not only better, bat, In fact, cheaper
than any other Pills, for it takes a less number of
them to produce a better effect.
Price of tbe Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Puri
fier, SI per bottle, or $ti per half dozen. Of the
Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills, 35 cents per
box, or 5 boxes for 91.
In difficult or complicated Cases, Dr. Roback may
be consulted personally or by letter, enclosing one
stamp for the reply. -
From Hev. Mr. McMullen, Pastor of Kofcerts Chapel.
laniAHArotis, October 8, li5.
Dr. C. W. Roback Dear Sir: I have used your
Blood Porifler for a nervous affection, from which t
have suffered much at times. While it is pleasant
to the teste, it certainly has a happy effect upon the
nerves. Please accept my thanks for your kind re-:
gard.v and believe nie Yours.
Principal Office and Snles Rooms, No. a Kast
Fourth street, 3d Building from Main street. Cincin
nati, O. laboratory in Hammond street.
For sale in Meigs Co., by D. Rezd,
Pomeroy; Hugo & Cos, Middleport; E.
S,: Branch, Rutland; J. M. Cooper,
Pageville; J. R. Ellis, Racine; Rob
erts & Tidj, LoDg Bottom; I. II.
Hatmax, Apple Grove; Wjtxden &
Bestow, Chester; A. E. Reed, Orange
P. O.; W. M. Swallow, Letart Falls;
Wm. ; Dickey, Harrisonville; . M E.
Smith, Syracuse; and by Druggists and
Merchants generally, throughout the
Union. 3-7-y. '
Wilson, McElroy oi Co-, vs John Sloan.' -y '
V 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 one o'clock
. On the 30th day of November, 1 8CfJ, - :
the following described lands and tenement ,
to wit: situate in Meigs County, in section 1 8,
town 3, range 13, in the Ohio Company's Par
chase; it being all the land owned by the minor
heirs of . Amos Parsons, dee'd; lying on the
west side of tbe road leading from Athens to
Pomeroy, in section 18. To be sold as the
property of John Sloan, at the suit of Wilson,
MoBlroy & Co.; appraised at $000. Terms of
sale, cash. J. J. WHITE, 8. M. C. ; v
Oct. 18, 18C0. 42-ot 3-00 . .
James Worthing, Adm'r of "1 Meigs County
David Dailey, dee'd - Probate Coart.
vs. ; Petition to sell
Susan Dailey, cU aL . J land.
JTo Susan Dailey and A. 3. Dailey, who reside
in the State of Virginia, and Clarissa ' Dailey,
whose place of residence is unknown, J. U.
Dailey, Luther Dailey, Pegy Flich, whose place
of residence is also, unknown, Ruth Ward, who
resides in Soioio county, Ohio, and Philip Dailey,
who resides in Athens County, Ohio, and Rachel
Lou as, who resides in Meigs County, you are
hereby informed that cm the 27th day of October,
I860, said administrator filed bis petition in the
Probate Court of Meigs Coutv, Ohio, the ob
ject and prayer of which petition is to obtain
an order on tne lotu day ot ttecember, xHbOt
for the sale of the foHowiRg ne,) estatey (of
which the said David Dailey - tfol seised) or
so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the
debts of said deceit net, to wit : the- faa-m. itpoo
which the said David Dailey resided at th tune
of his decease, being part of . Sec. 16 Town 4,
Range 12, in Ohio Compamy's Purchase La
Orange Township,. County ef Meig8 Stat of
Ohio, and containing 25 acres mare or less.. -
' JAMES WUBTHIHefc
Adm'r of David Dailey, dec'dV-'
Dated Nov. 9, 18G0. . Nov. 16, '60-4,
HAGS! BAGS! RAGS!
THE undersigned will pay the highest cash
market price for rags. Also, Felts, Furs,
Sheep Skins, etc , w
h gapping Paper, Cigars, Nails, &C, given
in excha when desired, and constantly kept
on hand, in sufficient quantity to supply the.
market, at low figl,re8
Call at the Pomeroy " harf-boat, Pomeroy, O.
Sept. 28, '60. 38-ly ' I. BRUNKER.
A. 6. CROWLEY & CO.,
ILL HEREAFTER. CARRY ON THJ3
Carpenter and Joiner business; Doors,
Sash, Blinds, &c, executed to order. From
long experience in business, we feel confident
of giving perfect satisfaction in all orders en
trusted to our care. For past patronage owr
thanks are due the public, and we TespeetfuZly
ask a continuance of their favors. The Mill is
a few doers above Williamsons Flouring
j. a cores.
B4EL0W t. raiLrv
COPES & PHELPS,
NO. 74 CAMP STREET,
New Orleans La.
Particular attention given to the purchase of
Sugar, Molasses, Coffee, Rice
&c, snd to the sale of Western Frodace.
Hon. V; B. HORTOS, Pomeroy, O.
Messrs. DAK 1 EL & KATHBUKK, Rankers, Pome- -
roy, Ohio. --
A. W. BUSKTKK. Esq.. Portsmouth, U,
Messrs. GAYLOKi). SON 4c l'o., Cincinnati, O. .
- MILLKK. W1NG.VIK or Co., Louisville. .
Ky. fJoly 17, I860 88-lj
MONTGOMERY & HOADLEV,
Forwarding and Commissien:
WH.4RF-BOAT, POMEROY. Ov
Keep constantly on band
UME, PLASTER PARIS, CEMENT,
' TE rcupectfullv rqnent builders, and cttVBr' '
V need of the above article:), to give njV4 c" ,M
Curb purchasing elsewhere, as we are cj.gJuU'iit wi).
fian supplr you as cheaply as any oH'.iuier.
' April 10, :00. 1 j-3iu.