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Ma. EoiTa By giving the following notice an
insertion jroa will confer a favor on a large nura
Ur of friends in all parts of the county.
'X Please any to the Whigs of Meigs county that
K T. VAN HORN will be supported at the Pri-'
mary Elections, for the office of Representative in
the aeit Legislature. MANY WHIGS. ,
Ma. R. T. Van Hoax Please announce in the
, , TeUgrapb, the name of M. W. COLLINS, Esq.,
as a suitable candidate at the approaching election
to represent Meigs county in the State Legisla
ture and oblige ' MANYWHICS. :
Ma Van-Moan Please announce the name of
STEPHEN TITUS, of Rutland townahig, as a
candidate for Representalfve at the October elec
tion, anil oblige many citizens of
- ; . ! MEIGS COUNTY. .
Ma. R. T. Vam Hobn Please announce in the
Telegraph the name of Col. JOHN C. BESTOW
as a suitable candidate at ' the approaching clec-
tion to represent Meigs county in the State Legis
lature, and oblige MANY VOTERS.
Ma. Vast Hoax You will please say to the
Whigs of Meigsf county that CoL ANDREW
DONNALLY will be a candidate for Clerk of the
Courts, and oblige - T v MANY CITIZENS. '
" 'Ma. Editob Pleas aunounce the name of
MATTHEW BLAIN, an old citizen of Meigs eoun
f"ty; as a suitable Candidate, for Treasurer at the
'i Whig Primary Elections, and oblige a large num
ber of friends. A CITIZEN OF POMEROY.j
"' Ma. Eoitoa Please announce the name of
OREN BRANCH as a candidate for re-election
to the office of County Treasurer, at the ensiling
lection and oblige ,., MANY CITIZENS.'
- v ,r ' r : v ,-..- i
.,' ' Ma. Van HoaN Please- announce the name of
X' SAMUEL BRADBURY, Esq., as a candidate for
. , SherifT, at the Primary Elections, and oblige !
: MANY VOTERS;
R. T. Van Horn Please announce the name
of Col. THOMAS SMITH as a suitable person for
Sheriff of Moigs county, and favor many political
friends, of r - ORANGE.
Ma. Van Horn Please say through your pa
per that JOHN R. PHILSON, Esq., of Graham
1 Station, will be supported by a large number of
Whigs at the Primary Elections, for the office of
Suiairr, and oblige many citizens of
'Mr. Van Horn Please anuounce the name of
" JOHN C, BESTOW, 2d, as a candidate forShcriff,
'. at the Primary Elections, and oblige
' ; . . ' . ,. MANY VOTERS.
Ma, Van Horn Please say to the Whigs of
; Meigs vounly that JOHN HUGG, of Salem town
ship, will be a candidate for Sheriff, subject to
' tLa decision of tire Whigs at the Primary Elec
tion, anHoblige ' MANY FRIENDS.
Ma. Editor Please announce ,tbe name of
; JAMES M. COOPER as a candidate for Sheriff, at
the Primary Elections. -' MLXI!--
Ma. Van Horn Please announce the name of
LEROY JONES, Esq., of Bedford township, as a
candidate for Commissioner, and oblige
" MANY VOTERS.
Ma. EoiToa You will notify the Whigs of
Meigs county that S. S. PAINE, Esq., will be a
candidate for Recorder, subject to the decision of
the Primary Elections, and oblige
f MANY VOTERS.
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Volume first being stereotyped, copies will be
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R. E. Constable. " R. A. COnstablk.
R. E. CONSTABLE & SON,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
. .and Solicitors In tnancery.
Athens, Athens County, Ohio,
Will raoMTLY and faithfully attend to all
business entrusted to them in the Ohio Courts or
in the Circuit and Supreme Courts of the United
, BT Office tight doors West of the Post Office
and opposite the Court House.
' "iuly 10, 1851. n40tf.
AT my instance an ' attachment wis this day
issued by S. S. Paine a justice of the peace
of Salisbury township, Meigs county, against the
-property and effects of (Jeorge W. Aken, a non
resident of iid county.
July 12, 1851. n41w3., ,
IV OTICE. At my instance an Attachment
', ... J, l was this issued by Seneca Haight, a Justice
r of the peace ol Kutland township, Meigs county,
"? and State of Ohio, against the property and effects
, of William F. Kent, a non-resident of saidcoun-
ty. . , JAMES H. JOHNSON..
t' July .7 1861. n40w3. ' '
. . 'David. Paden, Jerome Paden, John O. Paden,
v Alexander Paden, Elizabeth Paden, Olivia Paden,
4 Elizabeth Payden, are hereby noti fied that on the
18th day of September. 1850, Elson Paden filed in
the. Court of Common Picas of Meigs courtly,
,i Ohio, a bill in chancery against them. Theob
' ject and Jirayer of which bill is, to enable and
compel the said David Paden and JohnO. Paden,
' as Administrators of the estate of James Paden,
deceased, to convey to ths said Elson Paden 100
acre lot No. 265, in sections Nos. 6, 12, and 18, in
town No. 1, range No. 12; and 50 acres, being the
i south half of 100 acre lot No. 2C6, in sections 1
' and 7, in town No. 2, range No. 12, in said Meigs
V louuty, Ohio, in pursuance of a contract between
the said Elson and the decedent, as set forth in
aaid bill; or that the said David, Jerome, John U,
Alexander, Olivia and Elisabeth Paden, as the
Mietrs at law, and Elizabeth Paden, as the widow
a. the said James Pavi'an. be coinuelled to
Mease to the said Elson thei: Interest : n aaid land.
on the said Elson paying any balance that may be
found to be due from him. And the above na-
- med pefjons are. further notified that unless they
y shall appear' and plead, answer or demur to said
bill, within sixty days after the next term of said
v court, the said Elson, at the term next thereafter
will apply to laid- court to take the mattters of said
" kill as confessed, aad lo decree thereon accord-
- 'PA MA NTH
.. . Solicitor for Compl'L
J 'JulylO, f851, nl0w6. t?3 25,
1 ESTHER CHASE, widow, Boyal Chase, John
2i Chase, Samara Chase, and Oscar Chase, heirs
at law ot AMI Ullage, ir.. deceased, will take no
lice that a petition was filed against them on the
(24th day of March, 1861, in the Court of Common
.. Pleas of Meigs county, by Nicholas Stanbury, and
' is now pending therein, wherein the said Nicho
; Jas Stanbury demands parti ion of the following
real estate, to-wit: all the real estate of which the
. will Abel Chase, Jr., died, seized in laid county,
an which is particularly quscrilea in said pU
tion; and that at the next term of said court ap
plication will be made by the said Nicholas Stan-
bury for an order that partition may be made of
premise .. w. aiAnuwY.
Jt'lyS. VVU. n-iOivR. 13 H
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware,
' Quaensware, elc "i ' .
IS BACK AGAIN AT HIS OLD STAND ON
the corner of Cherry and Front, where he
will be happy to greet his numerous friends and
customers with another (the fifth) lot of old
Goons. Having purchased the entire slock of
T. W. Williams and connected his own therewith
he is prepared to Undo for every marketable arti
cle, cash not excepted, upon terms to suit .
N. B. The Stove Store and Tin and Copper
Establishment will be continued in the old stand
one door below by SMITH & THOMPSON.
July 10, 186!.- .- . i.
Boots Ac Slioca. Wishing to close out this
part of my trade I will sell below the usual
rate at wholesale or retaiL . 11. B. SMITH.
July 17, 1861.
"I umber, Weather boards and inch poplar
jLi wrsaie uy
H. B. SMITH.
Glass Jars, Tea Boxes, Lamps and other
storo room furniture for sale at
JLJ Faotory for sale at
Broomt20 doz. at wholesale at
. - '!,'(' .p. SMITH'S. '
Tin Ware.An extensive assortment con
stantly on hand and for sale at Cincinnati or
Pittsburgh prices, Merchants will save freight by
purchasing from us. SMITH & THOMPSON.
SMITH toys that the Cash system works like
a charm. He has just returned from the
Queen City and is prepared to accommodate his
numerous customers with the following articles
at his cash prices.. . .. , c -
.40 Barrels best Molasses; -" . , .
15 do Middling; and Extra. Sugars;
10 Boxes Raisinsj - - '
10 do Soapj ' " '
10 do Candlesj :
Sugar Crackers; Soda and Butter do. j
Coffee, Tea, fto. ' -' -' ' : ' j
Spices and other articles belonging to the trade
at Wholesale or Retail. Call and see him first
house above the Rolling Mill. "He's there." i
PLATFORM SCALES," forlale at Cin
cinnati prices, at . : , ; ; SMITH'S.
Kanawha alt 40 barrels for sale very
low for cash at SMITH'8..
fpWENTY-FIVE Bushels Shoe PegT m
J sorted sizes, from the best factors in the Uni
ted States, for sale at SMITH'S.
Lard A splendid article of No. 1 for sale at
May 8, 1861 SMITH'S.
TEA STORE. Having just received
a new supply of that splendid TEA, from
Philadelphia, 1 offer it to the public with
renewed inducements. H. B. SMITH, Agent.
Jhily 17, 1851.
Coda Fountain for sale, with all the re
KJ ceipta and appurtenances, at
May 8, 1861.
Bacon A prime lot for sale at
May 8, 1851
CHESHIRE FLOUR constantly on hand and
sold cheap for cash by
June 12, 1861. H. B. SMITH.
C OLE LEATHER. A splendid article o
O Cincinnati and Hemlock tan, for sale at -
Jreceived on commission and for sale upon the
cash principle, by H. B. SMITH.
BED PINS. 3 brls.
ed and for sale by.
Bed Pins just receiv
H. B. SMITH, Agent
Selling off at Cost.
Great Bargains! Great Bargains!
only a few weeks lonues call immediately
THE subscriber about to decline business in
Pomeroy, offers his entire stock through the
month of July mp-m -
His stock embraces;
' Drags A full and general assortment.
Chemicals Fresh and of the best manu
Faints-Wilson's celebrated Chocolate col
ored, Fire and Weather Proof Paint, which we
offer cheaper than common white lead; Chromes,
Red, Yellow and Green; Chinese, Trieste and
American Vermillion; Blue dr. Celestial Patent
Blue, Yellow Ochre, Spanish Brown, Ven. Red,
Red, White, and Black lead; Lamp, Bone ct I
vory Black, Umber, &c, 4c,
Oils. Every kind, with prime bottled Cod
Dyestufls. Embracing Acids, Annotta,
Cochineal, Indigo, Logwood, Ex-Logwood, Mad
der, Vitriol, 4c. 4c,
Brushes. Cloth, Hair, Tooth, Nail, Shav
ing, Whisker, Flesh, Hat Dusting, Hearth,
Sweep, Whitewash, Horse, Scrub, Shoe, Paint,
Varnish 4 Sash Brushes.
Together with vials, Bottles, Essences, Cor
dials, Pills, Spices, Cigars, Tobacco, Snuffs,
Wines, Liquors, Perfumery, Blacking, Surgical
& Dental Instruments, Black Lead Pots. Block
Tin; Zinc, Sandpaper, Turpentine, Rosin, Var
nish, Pure Old Rye Whiskey, Glue, Inks, Ver
mifuges, and variety articles.
we annex some cost prices
Copal Varnish, pr gal.
Pain Killer, pr doz.
Mustang Liniment, pr doz.
McLane'8 Vermifuge pr doz.
Essences pr doz.
Castor Oil, pr gallon.
Call immediately or you will miss an assortment
Pomeroy, July 1st, 1861. J. P. FLEMING.
Drug Store for Sale.
WITH a large and constantly increasing
patronage, situated in the town of Pome
roy. The present prosperous condition of the
place together with recently developed resources,
render it the most desirable location in the State.
The fact that several extensive salt companies
have lately gone into operation under such favor
able auspices, induces the belief, that the growth
of the town, hitherto so unparalleled, has but
just commenced. For particulars enquire, post
paid, of J. 1. FLEM1JNU.
Pomeroy, July 1st, 1851.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the
Post Office at Pomeroy, Ohio, oa ihe
1st of July, 1851.
Price Charles E
Read David -
Burnts Theron 2
Bowmen VVm 11 2
Buckley VVm A
ByottB Mrs -
Chase Lewis ' '
Culberison Robl 3
Cunninghnm F M
Eastman Geo VV
Frey Benj W M
Gerry D P
Harnol Mr .
Lane Levi 2
Logan M F ,
Starr elizabeth .
Varian Charles G
Worren Joel S
Winters Wm L
Winkleblack R L '
Wheailey II 11.
Newton Mary L
Nicholson John T
JAMKS RALSTON, P. M.
July 4, 185.-n40w3.
1000 lbs, Haau vory finet .
, 600 " Soulders do .
2000 " Clear Potk da
Fnvfwle cheap for cosh. ' ' .
RREH t DROTflEU
HEAD QUARTERS, N2 2.
COHEN, has the pleasure of announcing that
through every obstacle and in despite of all
misfortune he is again at his post witha splendid
lot of Clothing. He has passed through the fire
and has not been found wanting. Although one of
the severest sufferers, yet through the kindness of
trienas, his establishment, f hosnix-like, has risen
from its ashes, with all its former beauty and excel
lence restored. He hopes his buying friends will
rally around him and assist in the work of recover
ing his loss.
uiouung lor the Tnonsanas.
Cohen, on Front street, is dispensing .o his
countless customers the most sunerb, convenient.
cheap and durable articles of Clothing ever heard
oi in tne annals or time. Come one ana all ana
be habited. Summer goods of all descriptions for
sale unusually cheap. . ;
we read that in the days of old,
.,: The Poets sung of mystio Love,
But for the best now things have changed, '
As in these stanzas we shall prove.
To Cohen give your attention; . . j'
Facts of importance he will mention:
On Front street, at the old stand, '.; '
As every person surely knows, -i
He always keeps a fresh supply - '
. , Of tasty, good, and well made clothes; V
Cloaks and coats of every cut and kind,
To please the most fastidious mind;
Pants and Vest the very best,
He ever keeps on hand; - ,
'. Collars and Shirts and fancy Hats, ,
; The latest style within the land; .
. ; . Fine cloth and silk plush caps,
,'. Marietta Shoes and Boots, . i ,
. And fancy gentlemen's furnishing goods,
..... - Cottons, Silks, Linens and Hosiery, r .-.
. Carpet Bags, Trunks and Jewelry -:
' - There is no scarcity. , , , ; i : ; :
, Those who would be-wise will come and buy
of his supply, on Front between Court and Lind
streets, at Cohen's Headquarters. . . .' j
Pomeroy, June 26, 1851. n38tf. , ;
A new and very handsome one seat BUGGY;
and one as good as new with two seats, will be
sold at less than cost. REED 4 BROTHER.
June26, 1861. ' . . ., -
O Log chains and Mathooksj
' Hoes Rakes and Forks;
Long Handle Shovels;
X Cut Saws;
Steelyards and Hand Scales; .
One large warehouse Scales;
For sale very cheap
REED 4 BROTHER.
Stoves. Two medium size office Stoves used
only one winter justas good as new, for sale
very low by REED 4 BROTHER.
ONE HUNDRED DOZEN M'Lanes celebrated
Vermifuge for sale at II 15 per dozen by
June 26, 1861. E. S. EDWARDS.
ca invite thfc attention of Country Merchants to
co my stock of Notions and Fancy Goods, which
60 n he sold at low prices and on reasonable terms,
60nsisting in part of the following articles:
800 pieces Bonnet, Cap and Taffeta Ribbons;
100 doz Tuck, Side, Dressing and Fine Combs;
100 White and colored Spool Thread;
100 lbs. ' " Skein do
100 " Black assorted Patent do
100 doz. Artificial Flowers;
100 " Elementary Spelling Books;
200 " Gum Suspenders;
200 Gross Hooks and Eyes;
300 ' Pearl and Aeate Shirt Buttons;
600 " Coat and Pant do
600 M. Plain and Ribbed Percussion Caps;
60 " Rockwell & bon and Bates' Needles;
60 doz Men's Cotton and Lisle Thread Gloves;
20 Berlin Lined and Wool Gloves;
60 " Ladies' Lisle Thread aud Cotton do
20 " Kid and Silk do
25 " Military Shaving Soap;
60 " Razors;
20 " Clothes and Hair Brushes;
60 " Shaded Comforts;
100 " McLaue's Celebrated Vermifuge and Pills;
50 Packs Pins;
Laces, Edgings, Fringes and Plaid Grecianette;
Silk and Worsted Coat Bindings, Silk Thread
and Twist, 4c. 4c.
E. S. EDWARDS.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1861..
Cuba Expedition Successful!
THAT cheap Stove Store man BILL jj,
PRALL, is on hand again with the larg- a4
est stock of STOVES ever brought tofSl
this market, selected with the greatest care, em
bracing every variety of style and finish, with the
latest and most improved Patents. Among late
receipts of Stoves at his store we notice the fol
lowing: CELEBRATED ROTARY STOVE,
CHILD'S OHIO PATENT,
HALCYON AIR TIGHT,
CELEBRATED COAL STOVE ENTERPRISE,
QUEEN CITY do
Ail of the best materials and warranted. He also
keepson hand large supplies of custom made TIN
WARE, which he will sell to merchants and oth
ers lower than the same article can be bought in
ITT Don't forget the Ciikap Tin and Stovi Store
under the Riheldarfer House. .
Pomeroy, May 16, 1861 n32tf.
BOUNTY AtlCTIONEER.-That Cheap
( vyatove btore man BILL fit ALL, has been ap
; pointed, qualified, and given bond as Auctioneer
' for Meigs county.
He will receive on commission aud sell goods
: on the lowest terms. Call at the No. 1 Stove store.
Pomeroy, March 27, 1861. no27tf.
; agon A new two horse WAGON well
V V ironed and complete in all particulars, foi
sale by apri!17 REED BRO.
rpHR SUBSCRIBER haa on hand and is prepa
1 red to sell all kinds of Buggies one or two
horse manufactured from the best materials, and
of the lntest styles.. The prices are very reasona
ble, and the work warranted. Those wishing to
purchase one of these indispensable articles of
comiort are invited to call.
Poineoy, May 8, 1861.
NOTICE At my instance an attachment was
this day issued by William H Clark, a Jus
tice of the Peace of Olive township, of the coun
ty of Meigs, against the property and effects of
Reese VV Sims, an absconding debtor. Dated this
29th day of April, 1851
JUIiN 11. rAKKEn.
May 8, 1851. n31w4pd
Fire Proof Faint.
BLAKE'S Fire and Water Proof Paint (in oil)
Do do do Dry
26 Bbls. Louisville White Lime;
6 Bbls. Hydraulic Cement;
1 do Calcined Plaster Paris;
20 Bbls. N. O. Molasses;
3000 lbs. N. 0. Sugar; .
ftJHhds, Queens and Glassware;
30 Boxes Window Gloss (assorted sizes)
In store and for sale by
WM. II . REMINGTON,
Corner of Front and Lind sts.
June 6, 1881. n36w3.
GODFREY'S CORDIAL, and Bate
man's Drops, 6 eta pr bot at FLEMING'S
Virtue Of two writs of ahiu vnnil. ex. ti, me
directed, one from the eourt of common pleas of
Athena' county, and one from the eourt of com
mon pleas of Vintcn county, Ohio 1 will offer at
puouo saie on monuay, uie ttn day or August,
1861, between the hours prescribed by law, attha
mill of Downing A Co., in Coalport, the following
property to wit: One Double Engine 4. Boiler
ana xnree run or mill stones. ,OfTered as the. prop
erty of R. Downing ct. al. at rhe suit of Hamp.
ton, Smith & Co. M. W. COLLINS, 8. M. C.
July 24, 1831.
2fL D. Bnckrh on hand and for sale by
J V.V.O W HOJ.MF.S
PlTl'oJiuttUlI AN'U vuxtlNNATi i-AoikkTS.
. BAYS OF FAniNO FOMEtOV UP AND DOWN.
MtsszNorli ' Down" '-r, - Up Wednesday,
Hiicksyb State,' .
Tuesday, , Friday,
Thursday, " Sunday,
Friday, " Monday,
Cincinnati, ' '
mabietta, roMEBoy and Cincinnati packet. .
Ohio, Down Tuesday. Up Sunday;
pomebot and pobtsmootr! packet.
1 Leaves Pomeroy Monday 4 Thursday
" Portsm'th Tuesday 4 Friday.
fjm Crystal Foant Division No. t,
Sons and DaughterMf Temperance meet
ftwii ings every Friday afternoon at the Sons'
Hall in Pomeroy. ... : ..,.
Inhuman CracHy Barbarism.
The inhuman, creature who would suffer his
better half the partner of his bosom to standby
a hot stove and bake bread, this summer, ought
to suffer the fate provided for old Daniel. K. A.
Sidebottom's Bakery, Front street, above Lind, is
the great depot of Fresh Bread, Crackers, Cakes
and Pies. . ' noptf
POMEROY WHARF BOAT.
COURT HOUSE LANDING.
HAVING newly fitted up my Wharf Boat,
Vid improved its capacity, I am prepared to re
ceive and forward all kindnf goods, produce, &.C.,
eirher up or down the river, at. the most reasona
ble rates. Having made permanent arrangements
with the steamers plying regularly to Cincinnati
and Pittsburgh, I am prepared to forward freights
at uniform rates regardless of the season. . Those
wishing to ship on the Pittsburgh and Cincinnati
Packets, or on any of the smaller boats plying re
gularly "Ohio," "Reveille," ot "Gov. Meigs,"
can make their shipments through me at a great
advantage. My Charges are moderate, and as my
facilities forstoring goods are not exceeded by any
other boat on the River, I invite business men to
consult their own interests' by advancing mine.
Careful and attentive bands are always ready day
and night, to receive or discharge freight. ;
Families removing to the West can be ac
commodated on board the Wharf Boat. j
Junel2n36 ' 7 ( ' . JAS.' MARTIN,
N. B. All letters and freight should be direct
ed " J. Martin, Pomeroy Wharf Boat, Court Home
Landing." . ...
O" Athens Messenger copy to the amount of It
and charge this office. .. v j
A ttachmentv On the 23d day of May, A.
D. 1851, David Barber caused to be issued
from the Court of Common Pleas, of Meies conn
ty, Ohio, a writ of attachment, for the sum of
one hundred and one dollars, against the proper
ty and effect of Abraham M. Hinkley, which
writ has been served and returned.
A. DONNALLY, Clerk,
T. Montaouk, Att'y for PVff. ,
June 11, 1861. no36.
AT the J une Term of the court of common pleas
of Meigs county, the undersigned was appointed
ed and qualified as Administrator, with the will
annexed, of the estate of William McDaniel, late
of said county, deceased. '-
' E. JONES.
June 12, 1861 no36w3. '
. TILDEN & COS' EXTRACTS. '
The subscriber is prepared to furnish Physi
cians aud Druggists throughout Ohio with these
celebrated Extracts at proprietors wholesale pri
ces. J. P. FLEMING. ,
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
The subscriber has been appointed wholesale
agent for this world renowned Liniment, and
will furnish the trade with it at the proprietors
prices 915.00 pr gross or f 1,60 a dozen.
... J. P. FLEMING.
House and Lot for Sale.
IHE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale his House
and Lot in Minersville, near V B Horton's
upper coal-bank The size of the house 30 by 18
feet two stories and a half high. The lower
story is made sufficient to keep a store, grocery, or
boarding house. The lower story is 18 feet square
of a room. The second story has two large rooms,
with a good fireplace. The upper story is all in
one room, with a good fireplace. Also, a good
cellar, 10 by 18 feet The lot is 60 feet in front
by 225 back.
Any person wishing to purchase this property
shall have a great bargain.
THOMAS JONES LEWELYN.
May 22, 1861 n33w4pd
NOTICE. A petition will be presented to the
Trustev s of Scipio township, Meigs county,
on Thursday, the 3d day of July next, praying
for a township road to be laid out from the dwel
ling house of Henry Webster, in Section 25,
Town. 7, Range 14, to the main road passing
through said section. HENRY WEBSTER.
June 6, 1851. n36w4pd.
THE subscriber has been appointed and quali
I ed as Administrator on the estate of Lorenzo
Dowf late of Coalport, Meies county, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment; and those having
claims against against aaid estate will present
them to duly authenticated for settlement within
one year from this date.
JONATHAN D. HOFF, Adm'r.
Sheffield, May 3, 1851. n36w3.
W- holesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, and
rBONT ST., BRI.OW THE BIHKI.DABFE HODSK,
would respectfully announce to his customers.
1 nd the public, that he has constantly on hand a
large assortment of every article in bis line, which
I he is prepared to warrant equal to any brought to
. mis market. "
He keeps constantly on hand, besides CANDIES
and UUNJEUTIUN&KY, .
RAISINS, CREAM NUTS.
PRUNES, . GROUND NUTS,
ORANGES, ' BRAZIL NUTS,
LEMONS, FILBEKT8, PECCAN NUTS,
Ana in a word every variety of articles usually
found in wholesale Bruitery and Confectionery.
. Having an excellent BAKERY attached he is
prepared to turnish BREAD, CAKES, CRACK
ERS, PIES, 4c., as may be desired.
(prParties furnished to orders '' . '
" The subscriber pledges himself to lieep such
stock as cannot be surpassed in this Market.
Dealers generally, and especially Merchants
from the country, are invited to call.
ILTOrdera promptly and satisfactorily filled.
Pomeroy, May 29, 1861. no34tf.
1 emon Syrup, for sale wholesale and retail
JLJ by GEO. HOSSICK.
t CE CREAM." Tliis dliciounimnTliiT
1 ury will be served every evening and families
uppiiea vo oruer ai , hussijk.'S.
BUGGY FOR SALE-A one
HUKSK BUGGY can be obtained on li
beral terms by application to
incral Water kept "constantly on hand
ATI and lor sale by K. A. 81UEB0TT0M.
May 28n34tf. . i - .
CASH AGAINST THE WORXDl
fl'ii nimble aixpKNCE voHEVEB ! Ia addition to
X our late unprecedented low prices, the cash
system enables us to add another aud still another
article to the catalogue which we are selling at
uuiii iv ui iuu pr ecu i ten man ever ueiore ouer-
ed in this market. We place on the list
Fine, Eastern, cold pressed castor oil, the only
article of the kind in this market, prdoa. 80 cU.
McLanes Vermifuge prdoa . ' 1 OOets.
Lees Pill's pr dos. 60 eta.
Pain Killer pr bottle . 20 eta.
McAllister's Ointment pr box 20 ct.
Genuine Mustang Liniment (not the coun
terfeit with which the county haa been
flooded) but the genuine at the proprie
tor! onlyaeenoy for this county i nrbot. 20 eta.
Lave receipts place us in possession ot the heav
iest stock and best assortment, ('patent medicines
excepted) in the market, purehaned at the lowest
importers price, with 6 pr cent on" for cash, which
enables us to undersell. Call and get some of that
prime Supercarbonate of Soda at 10 eta. pr pound,
it goes like hot cakes. Mind the cheap cash drua
oiore is in nemingion'S corner. - J I rLKHIPiu
f" cas In chests, half chests, and qnarters,
j. ir?n anfirt. ror saie low Dy
OAKKS et HUSKJRK-
' CHURCHES. ,
Ffotestant Enlsronal Rev. Tncius B.
Dclev, Rector: ist rVice every Sabbath murning,
at 101 o'clock.
Services every Sabbath morning al ICC re'ock.
IflfCthOdlSt EoiSCOVal Kev. J. P. Given.
Pastor: Services at the ri&ner church on alternate
Sabbath mornings, at 10' o'clock at lower church,
every baDDatft afternoon, at 3 o'clock. .
nAtnan Pntl.M.lio n m V
Friest:-rricea every Sabbath molding.
German BfethodlstKev Mr.
Services every Sabbath morning.
German Lntheran Rev. Mr. IUbel,
Services every Sabbath morning.
VV'WO. 16,-Stated Meetings, the Monday
'Evening, on or be fore the full mooii in each
month. Hall in Murphy's buildim. Second at
jr- . I. .. F.J Naomi Lodce,
t2""- MeetingJ on every Friday
Evening. Hall iff Edwards' building.
l:7('-f W eirare Division, no; 96, Sons
W&SZof Temperance, Meetings etery Saturday
iKvemng. nail in uc(Jamp-s onikiing.
Salisbury Division No. 99,
Sons of Temperance Meeting on Saturday
Ihvenings.; Hall, Rice's building Widdieport.
DR. GUYSOTT'S IMPROVED EXTRACT
OF YELLOW DOCK AND 6ARSAPAR
ILLA. Tlie remedy for Purifying the Blood,
and curing disease, and the only remedy that is
thoroughly efficient and perfectly harmless.
This Medicine.when used according to directions
Will Cure Without Fail.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Cancers, Tumors, Erup
tions of the skin, Erysipelas, Chronic Sore Eyes,
ringworm, or Tetters, Scald head, Rheumatism,
Pains in the bones or joints, old sores and : -ulcers,
swelling of the glands, Syphilis,
Dyspepsia, Salt Rheum, diseases of the
, kidneys, loss of appetite, diseases ar
rising from the use of Mercury,
pain in the side and shoulders,
general debility, dropsy, lum
The best Female Medicine known. Incipient
Consumption, Barrenness, Lcucorrhea or Whites,
Irregular Menstruation, Incontinuence of Urine,
General Prostration of the System, Depressed
Spirits and Gloomy State of Mind are cured by
DR. GUYSOTT'S EXTRACT OF YELLOW
DOCK AND SARSAPAR1LLA, which gives im
mediate relief, by renewing the fountain of Health
and Strenth, the Blood. It neutralizes bad hu
mors, stops unnatural secretions, and gives heal
thy action to all the vital powers.
Its mild alterative properties render it peculiar
ly applicable to the slender and delicate consti
tution of the female. It immediately contracts
that distressing nervousness and lassitude so
common to the female frame, and imparts an en
ergy and buoyancy as surprising as they are grate
ful. We have evidence on file, which induces
us strongly to recommend this medicine to mar
rien people who have not been blessed "with off
Prolapsis Uteri, or Falling of the Womb, of five
years standing, cured by Dr. Gupsott's Extract
of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, after every
other known remedy had been tried without
Waihmgtom, O., February, 1849.
This certifies that my wife, aged twenty seven
years, has been suffering under the above, com
plaint for five years; nearly all that time confined
to her bed. I have for four years constantly em
ployed the best medical talent that could be pro
cured in this section of the country, without any
benefit whatever. I have also purchased every
instrument recommenced for the cbreof such dis
eases, all of which proved worthless.
In the spring of 1818, was induced by my
friends to try Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla, which was used for four months.
After she had used it for about, four weeks, it
was evident to an ot us that she improved rapid'
ly, and gained flesh and strength, nntil she is
now enjoying excellent health.
We being neighbors to Wm. and Julia Mon-
fort, know that the above statement as to the
sickness of Mrs. Monfort, and as to the cure being
ciiecteu oy "uuysott's yellow dock and Sarsa
parilla," to bo strictly true.
CAHE OF I'LCERATKD LIMBS Of 16 TEARS BTABD
The following is an extract of a letter dated
March 27, 1850, from E. B. Perkins, M. D., a
highly respectable physician of Marietta, Ohio:
John Park Dear bit: 1 have under iy care a
young woman who, for sixteen years, has been
suffering from Ulcerated Limbs, and whose case
has been pronounced hopeless by three of our
best physicians. 1 took her into my family, and
have used uuy sou's Yellow Dock and Sarsapa
rilla freely, and I Rhi confident that the Yellow
Dock and Sarsaparilla will, effect a permanent
cure. She is better in general health than she
has ever been before, and walks a mile or two
without fatigue or pain. A a pear ago she used
crutches. 1 will report the case in due time-
Very respectfully, . E. B. PERKINS.
KING'S EVIL. CASE OF O. M. LEONARD, j
(LT'lf the reader will observe, he will see that,
in nearly all cases, the patient has tried nearly
every physician within his reach, and nearly
every remedy; but when he hits upon Guysott's
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, the cure is im
mediate. , ,
Rloomino Grove, Dec. 1st 1849.
Messis. S. F. Bennett & Co. Gents; Some
time in 1843 I. was attacked with King's Evil in
my arm, which became so sare that I could not
use it, and in 1845, mortification set in. 1 em
ployed, at different times, each physician of cele
brity within rny reach; all told me that my arm
must be amputated. From the shoulder .to the
forearm, my arm was full of running sores, some
of them as large as a fifty-cent piece. I then
tried an Indian Doctor, who removed the morti
fied flesh, and stopped the mortification, but
could not heal my arm. My strength at this
time was completely exhausted, and my person
much emaciated. 1 continued in this state until
the summer of 1848, when I saw an advertise
ment of "Guysott's .Yellow Dock and Sarsapa
rilla," which 1 read attentively, and sent for one
bottle of the article. After using it a lew days,
the discharges from my arm increa.ed, and as
sumed a light color, aad less offensive odor. 1
sent for a second bottle, and while using it I
found my strength increasing, and the discharges
from my arm decreasing..! continued using it
until 1 had used six bottles, though 1 felt myself
perfectly cured before 1 used the sixth bottle.
Since that time l.have not felt any pain in my
arm; no sores have reappeared, and I have no
reason to doubt that it is thoroughly cured, for I
have no reason to doubt that it is thoroughly
cured, for 1 can labor with it as well as I ever
"Gnysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla" ae
lone cured me; I took no other remedy whil
using it, and hnd I used it at the first appear
ance of the malady, I fully believe it would have
saved me from years of Buffering. And 1 most
earnestly recimuncd every person suffering under
any similar disease, to use "Guysott's Yellow
Dock and Sarsaparilla," which will restore thein
o health. Yours in gratitude,
O. M. LEONARD.
DJ None genuine unless put up in large bottles,
containing a Aunrt, aud name of the aXrup blown
in the glass, wth the written signature, S. P. Ben
uett. on the outside wrapper.
O Price tl per bottle, or 6 bottles for t9.
Sold by J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, O.
North-east corner Fourth and Walnut sts., en
trance on Walnut it to whom all orders muit
be addressed. f .
For sale by D. Reed, Pomeroy; G. W. Cooper
Co., Chester, John Frame, CoolviUe; J. Cape
hart,: Co., Point Pleasant; John Perkins, Athens;
Maguet & Naret, Gnllipolis; S. 8. Murray, Wilkes
villciO.J. Payne, Potter. .
' AN EXHIBIT
Of the Hiceipl hnd Erpewlilures of ilctgt
Vonnly. for the near ending June 1, 1851.
Balsnce in Ittniiiif June 1st. ttt, $252 60 6
Revenue from Duplicate of 18CTJ, 269 4t 0
Revenue from arrears of (849. 6 53 6
Revenue from taxes paid at Colunibu
for 1849, 7 61 0
Received from fines and costa in crim- : . V
inal rases, 403 19 0
Received from tavern, ferry and Horse"
license, v fit W 0
Received from' Permits to sell goods 23 97 ; 5
Received from Road costs Refunded 12 Sij 0
Received from Jury fees ... ' 3D 00 0
64176 17 5
Paid Coroner's" expenses;
Paid Board of Equalization expenses,
Paid petit jury expenses,
Paid grand jnry expenses,
Paid' witnesses in criminal cases,
Paid justiof s in criminal cases,
Paid constables in criminal caws,
Paid Prosecuting Attorney and others,
Paid jail fees,"
Paid salaries of Clerk tut Sheriff,
Paid Auditor's fees, ,
Paid, Commissioners expense!),
Paid printing expenses, (including fjo-
Paid stationer? expense., '
Paid Common' School expenses; ' j
Paid higbwoy expenses,'
Paid incidental axpensvs, .
Paid election expenses,
Paid township aKsesaors'cxdenses,
Paid pauprt expenses,
Treasurer's percent, on fcSGO at 5 per
17 95 0
20 00 0
214 70 0
138 25 0
405 68 0
64 67 0
124 03 0
13 33 0
102 ri t
140 00 0
732 381 0
91 00 0
243 31 0
9i 22 6
4 4 60 0
100 60 6
127 4 0
113 3.1 0
349 60 0
1S9 9 0
28 GO 0
63688 99 0
Excess of Receipts ' over ExpcnJi-
By order of Commissioner!!.
fl87 19 3
8. HALL1DAY, Auditor.
Pomeroy, June 2ft, 1251. n38w4.
Road Tax Btolire.
The Commissioners of Meigs coiiSty at their
March session 1861, determined that it general
levy of ten cents on the H00 valuation, w: as
sessed on the taxable property of said counjy
entered on the duplicate of 1861.
ALSO: An additional levy of 20 cents on the
tlOO valuation, by the Trustees of Chester, of 2
cents on the $100, by the trustees of Olive ; -.
20 cents on the fl00, by the Trustees of Orange,
and 10 cent on the 100 by the Trustees of
Salisbury. s. HALLIDAY Aud.!
June 26, 1851. n38w4. " ' !
'Rcmcmbcr I lie faithful Dead.'
MARIETTA MARGIE WORKS, j
HOLLISTER & LEONARD would respeot
. form the citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity
that they still continue the MARBLE BUSINESS
in all in all its various branches at their oldstand
in Marietta, Ohio.
Having just receiued a large aad well seUcied
assortment of Italian and American Marhlo Slabs
and Blocks, are prepared to make to order, MON
UMENTS, TOMB-TABLES and HEAD-STONES
of every variety, on the miortist notice, in the
neatest style, and for the lowfiit priccc.
Marble Mantels, Centre Table-Tops, &c. al
ways on hand.
Grindstones from the best Warren quarries,
constantly on hand, wholesale or retail.
Any orders addressed to us at Marietta; or II.
B. Smith, Pomeroy, will be promptly attemW'd to.
Marietta, O. June 19, 1851. n37m6.
Surg on Dentist,
CHARLES N. MAD
DY, begs lenve to in
form the citizens of this
vicinity that he may be
found at his residence
in SheRiUl, at all hours.
when not professionally absent. He is prepared
to execute all operations pertaining to the profes
sion, in a style of neatness, case and durability.
TEETH- inserted in complete or parts of setts,
upon gold plate, with or without artificial Gums, in
so accurate a manner, as to deceive the closest ob
His charges shall in all cases be low, and gradu
ated according to the amount of labor and material
expended; pledging himself to give entire satisfac
tion in all cases entrusted to his caro.
ILTLADIES waited upon at their residences, if
ILTThe NERVE killed and the Tooth saved with
out sensation of pain to the patient.
(TJTbe Letheon will bo used for extracting
Teeth, if required.
CANCERS, all kinds; old RUNNING SORES,
SCROFULA, FITS, RHEI MATISM, first and se
cond stages of CONSUMPTION, on moderate
He invites the afflicted portion of the community
: - u: 11 . r .. . ..... . '
10 gic ii nu n can. a iair inai is an ne asK.s.
May 1, 1851 u30tf.
DR. I. W. SPRY, Snrgron
Dentist, Portsmouth. Ohio. Will
visit POMEROY, in the first week of
the months of J une, September, December and
Mnrch. marc Ii25n2 1 y 1
1 1 WENT-FIVE Barrels Curtis' best Crab
Cider for sale low to close consignment, at
the store of
H. B. SMITH.
I EATHER Upper, Calf, Topping, Lin
Jjing and Binding skins, for saie at the store of
acciy-iBau. u. b. Mil l H
. nke Notice All persons indebted to the
subscriber are requested to call and settle
by or before the first day of, May next. As he is
determined to square up all accounts as soon as
possible, we shall do well to settle.
If we cannot pay let us settle, and see how we
stand, we can do it a great deal easier and quick'
er than any justice of the peace in the State of
N B. A good assortment of BOOTS & SHOES
on band aud for sale by the subscriber, Court
street, Pomeroy. DANIEL FLANAG1N.
Pomeroy, April IT, 1861 n28w3
fcfftiri AR U'tTKI V Pif KET
Bctweeu Pitgburgh.marictta, Pome
ror nnl SSnllinolia.
Tin new and last running sieom-
in TF'-fli pr nijv. miMiia. uuuih i iiu in ii.
1 AP-Z- allu will m.ba va.,ulr u-ooblv
j NNiuna) will usaskv ivguiui v .
irmu Iu.iwhhh the above nnrta.
Leaving Pittsburgh for Marietta, Pomeroy and
Gallipolis, every TUESDAY, at 2 o'clock, r. M.
Returning leaves Pomeroy for Marietta and
Pittsburgh, every THURSDAY at 9 o'clock, A. M
June 19, 1861. n37tf.
ITMour Always on hand and for sale by
OAKES A BUSK1RK.
II. molasses 20 Barrels and 10 half bar
rels, for sale by "
T ye W hiskey 60 Barrels Old Rye, for sale
nr. Pitch and Oakum on hand and
for sale at No 0 by
OAKES & Bi;SKIRK.
rpotoacco 20 Fine Virginia Leaf;
JL 10 do Missouri do;
10 do Virginia Fives;
10 do do Eights;
-15 do- Missouri Twelves;
20 Kegs Ky. Si9 Twist;
received from the manufacturers, and for sale low
No 6. OAKKS ftJitrUKV.
sra Mtifled Whisker From 100 to 600 bar-
t rels, always on hand and fur sale low at No 8,
THE Second term of Mr. Wimjams' Singing
;lass will commence on Saturday evtaing thefilh
.... . hir nost nv.n o'clock, in the basement
if the Presbyterian church. Perm as desirous of
initing with the ciassaro inviteal to be present qn
that evening. .
July 3, 1861. n38w3. .
WILLIAMS, Teacher ef tie
:. Piano Forte, Melodeon or Seraphim, Flute
Violin. Organs and Pianos tuned and repaired
,'omeroy, July 3, 1861. n38in3.
Farm for Sale.
1 OFFER for sale my Farm lying on the road lead
ing from Cheater to Parkcrsburg, in Chester
towuship, a half mile from Adams' mill, contain
ing 90 acres, 80 acres under cultivation, with two
dwelling houses and a well of good water, a good
apple and peach orchard, and a good shop suitable
for a a blacksmith or wagon-maker. .
May 16, 186!-h33i.d. H. V, Sl?3.
HAVING rrr-ivM Xiitle arwrttl Ro-rt .
tire ti vacate-the iiMnisis, w f.rmcrlf "
occupied, than the law, in t hiiil.filu-pcrutUiil
allows, on the ni.-ht .if the InU- tin-; e ere ow t
be found in Wm. 41. Hcimrtgt B-jilJiug, on
door below bis sir re. Having supp.iol ourseKtw
with aHour missing artirirw, we aie imbitd to
lurniMi our eusvimtrs at rehired pricM. In addi
tion to our present st'ic k we Lavv made Arrange
ments with an en.itern imvmrting house to S'ipp!;
us with the latest importations of Drurs at UM.ur-
yts prucs, and will ii ciite, iil a few wrn, n
very largo and extensive invoice of Fresh lirni.s.
Chemicals, llaziit's (foitia-rlf) ItonsKells) Pertu
mery, new Chciislrifl I'repa rations. Instruments,
Fine Drujfl, lf fiei'ice. Preparations, never i.c
fore brought to this market. We will ijfp!y
Physician a'nd Merchants at a deduction of twen
ty per cent on their bills nf former purchanes in
this place, or at the "Circular TriMS'' of any re
sponsible Pittsburgli or Cincinnati Hoiikc. We
warrant our drugs to be of first quality and en
tirely pure; mmiiig directly from under the Drug
Inspector's hands there is fto possible chuiice fur
their adulteration. Call and ;c what difi reiiee
there is in the quality of drnes and ascertain owr
prices. J. P. FLEMING. Druptht.
1851. SrRNG COODS. 1851.
S. EDWARDS has just i.roivcd fn,itf
B me r.asi a inure assortment ol m w and de
sirable Goods, which in addition to his previoa.4
stock fofntrtutes as larg an assonrfif-flt as can hft
found in this region of ourVtry. His arliMes arc.
of the best quality, and l.e will sell at a very wuafl'
advance on ennlern priresv- Among his articles'
may lie found a large variety of DRESS'GOODS,
figured and Watered Dr'c fiHX .
Printed French Grenadine, Berages, Tissue, Ac
Bbirk, Green and Maroon French Meriiioes;
Black, Green, Mode and Maroon Thibet Cloths;"
Black and Policy Alpacas?
Figured, Plain and Barred Swiss Musliasj
A large assortment of I'rinnd Lams, ccn pri
sing the newest styles;
French Printed jaconets, Ginghams, Ac;
With an assortment of Worsted, l.itrtn, and
Cotton Goods fur Merf's .tnmmer ?tt.
Together willi a rplendid arsorlrnertt of Print of.
the newest nnd most desirable stales.
Bleached and Brown Shoetinp s aad Minings;
ALSO Cloths, IVfiitirri-iJ,' Salim-lts, Jeans,
I wceds, ate. - - '; v .
Pomeroy, April 17, ISM.
NEEDLE WROUGHT CArES.Cufls
Collars, Chemisettes, nndCi nlcd shirts, for
sale by apriln '
El NY MND TRIMMINGS of nil r-
lors, at npilU
BONKETS Florence Braid, Rough and Rea
dy, Milan Edge, Hunjiuian, AlNmi, Needle
Braid, colored Chip nnd China Pearl Bonnets, for
sale by apriln , EDWARDS.
Bonnet Silks and Satins, various colors
Crape, Thulo and Florcnee, atortnl colors,
for bonnet Lining, for. sale at ' ?
Hostel')- A fun; assortnu nt of Ladies' aiiil
Children's Hose, comprising every variety.
just rcrcived by nprilU EDWARDS.
I act: Boots Kid. Morneco, Calf and Kip,
J for sale at nprilU EDWARDS.
Tinoil, Cotton, Jaconet and Swiss Edgings
J nnd Inserting, for sale at
Piece Bonnet nnd- Cap Riblions. fur
fj.ft sale very cheup at
lOVeS Black, Colored
Gloves of superior quality, ut
f-1 alters ami Half Gaiters, Kid, Morocco, Calf
T and Kip Buskins, ami Jenny Lind Tics.
Also, a good nwortrwitit of Misses and Children's
Buskins, and Lscc Boots', for sale at
J Also, Flat Caii, Letter and Bill Paper, at
npnin . EDWARDS',
roeeries A General AssortmentofsPr
Of GROCERIES, for sale low by
teel A general assortment of Cast, Shear,
Geruiah and E B Steel, for sale by ' i .
! I'On A large lot of all sir.es, for sale at .,
I npriin EDWARDS'.
jy nils and Spikes of all sizes, just rcceiv-
cd and for sale very cheap at
Powder 50 kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder
on hand and for in!e at
apriln . EDWARDS'.
FLO WS.The attention of farm
ers is called to my assortment of
Plows Lones Patent with or with-'
out stocks ; also, Plow Poiuts and Land bides.
April 17, 1851.
E. S. EDWARDS.
Tea Store 1 have on hand a large
lot of Imperial, Young Hyson and Black
TEAS, which I am prepared to sell is origi
nal packages either of Ct lbs., by the half chcsl,
or by the single lb, at very low prices.
April 17, 1801. K. S. DUVVAKUS.
Hollow Ware A large assortment on haad
and for sale at E S EDWARDS,
April 17, 1851. 1
GEORGE W. HOLltlES,
No. 4, main St., Itliddlcport, Ohio
IJGARV 20 Illicit. N. O. Sugar on hand aud
'or sale low bv
GEO. W. HOLMES.
LASSES. 100 bbls. rrew crop lust ft-
ceivtd and for sale low by
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
lO COFFEE. 60 bars superior article
just received and fr sale low at No 4.
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
CIGARS. 20 boxes fine regalias; ...
' 10 do Cnnones;
13 do Fine Havsnna; ''
6000 Commons on baud and
for sale low by GEO W HOLMES.
fJOWDER, SHOT Ac LEAD For sale
at No. 4
GEO W. HOLMES.
EASr In chests, half chests and quartr,
fres h article, for sale ery low at No. 4.
both on baud and for sale by the tox.
GEO W HOLMES,
RAISINS. id boxes juat rrrved and for
sale low at No 4 GEO W HOLMES,
PRIME OLD WRISIi.El.-20 fabli. oa
hand from one to three years old for sale St
No 4. GEO W HOLMES.
OBAt'.'0-2uoj4e V, and Ky, leaf
I receivtif ItoM te fcrrtiiufecturers, rt for
salelowntN4. OtO W HOLMES.-
II HOLASSCS tt CLARIFIED
S VttUl', a good article, low at
GEORGE W HOLMES.
LEMOKS ORANGES. 20 boxes fresh
and for sale cheap by UVllOLMES.
MACKEREL 60 bbls. Nos. 1, 2, and 4
ftfrt received and for sale low at No 4.
GEORGE W HOLMES.
BROOMS 20 dor., first r.ito articles cheap
at No 4 GEORGE W HOLMES.
-A few drimis just ticeiliKl by
GEORGE W HOLMES'.-'
DYE STU FFS of all kiniln, warranted good,
just received and for m low by ' -
liF.OlUiV W HOLMES.-
-ts. MIS8 E. A8KIN3,
2X-MIIHiipr nnn Mtrfri:irrt:ilrr
e. " Iii
HAS JUST RECEIVED and is now opening,
in the basement of the Riheldarfer Hoime, a'
general assortment of Boriiiets, Kibbt n. Artificial .
Flowers, Crapes and Milliners Trimmings of ail
kiudu andof th best quality, which Will be sold at
a very small advance, . ; ' .
foim-roy, April ti; 1861 n28tr.- " r .'"
Anew supyty of Calf Skins, I'pper, Mo)
ButTLiAings, Binilings aud Findings uf If
descriptions, CvMe along "shops," and set at
;t , . , . SMITH'S. ,
E.HO.V SYPUP for sale by R, A. hit
sottom, at wholesale and retail. f . . . . ...
COW FEEDf.tr sale at .T "' - 7 C " '
Ma 22,1841 REED ct imTHr.R'S.
Quires leather bound Sprinr
Books for sale Tery low at
May , im