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VV BUSHED BY AUTIIOR1TT. .' , .. j. -- . J No. 88.1 AN ACT. '; I Further defining the duties of County Trcns urers. ' ' ' 1 ' ' " Section 1. Be it ena-cted. by the Gencfa.1 Assembly of the' Stale of Ohio, That here after the treasurer . of each county in this Stale, wliichr' according to the last Federal census, ' had a population of less than one hundred thousand inhabitants shall retain m ins hands lor disbursement, as nereinm-i . . i r ter primded, all the taxes by him c ollectCU, I which shall have been . levied for any pur pose whatever within the township, in which by law the-county treasury is located, wheth er for township purposes, school purposes, or the purposes of municipal corporations, also all funds of verv kind which shall be paid into the county treasury, and are appli cable to anv such purposes within (he lim its of aforesaid townshin: riovided, That this section shall not apply to taxes levied wr state purposes. Sec. 2. The said taxes, thus retained by said county treasurer, shall be disbursed by" liini as follows: ' The taxes collected under the levy made fcy the township trustees, for all purposes, hall be paid out on the order of the said trustees, or any two of them. The taxes collected under the levy made by the council of any municipal corporation within said township, shall be paid out on the order of such person or persons, as may be be appointed by the council of said cor poration. ,, ' The taxes collected under a levy, made toy the township board of education, organ ized under the "act for the re-organizalion, supervision and maintainanoe of common schools," passed March 14, 1853, shall be paid out on the order of such person or per sons, as said board of education may pre scribe. The taxes collected under a levy, made by a board of education, organized under the "act for the support and better regula tion of common schools in the town of Ak ron," passed February 8, 1 847, and the acts amendatory, thereof, or under the "act for the better regulation of common schools in towns and cities, &e," passed February 21, 1849, and thu acts amendatory thereof, shall be paid out on the written order of the president of said board, countersigned by tl.e secretary of the same. Sec. 3. That said county trensuicr shall settle and account witli the several boards of township trustees and of education, and with the council of municipal corporation herein named, as often as is or may be provided for the settlement of the tlcasurers of town ship and municipal corporations respec tively. Sue. 4. That hereafter there shall not be elected within the limits of the township, in which by law the office of county treasurer is located, any township treasurer, nor any treasurer of a municipal corporation, and no person shall bo allowed any compensa tion for the disbursements of the taxes here in required to be disbursed by said county treasurer: Provided, That the provisions of tins section shall not apply to municipal cor porations, in which the taxes of such cor poration are solicited by its treasurer. N. II. VAN VORHES. bpcoker of the House of linpsosenintivos. TI10S. II. FORD, J'resiUuni ol the tserraio Apiil 8, 1856. No. 98. AN ACT To amend an act entitled "an ,.(.. the jurisdiction and regulating the prac tice of Probate Courts' passed March 14, 1853 : Section 1. He it enacted by the General .Assembly of the -Slate of Ohio, That in counties in this State where the Probate Judges have jurisdiction of certain crimes and offences, it shall not be lawful for said judges to quash any information filed by the prosecuting attorneys, because ot any tie i'ect or error in the papers or proceeding of any justice of the peace or mayor, before whom the original examination in the case was had. . Provided that no information shall be filed by such prosecuting attorney before such judge for any offence not speci lied in the transcript from tho docket of such justice of the peace or mayor, Sko. 2. The prosecuting attorney of any . such county may file his information origi nally in ttiH probate court without a prelim mary hearing before nn examining court, upon the proper affidavits hem;;. filed there in, and the judge shall issue his warrant for the arrest of the defendant, w"ho, when ar rested, shall be taken before said judge and thereupon to be recognized to appear at the next term of the said court, or in delault thereof to be committed to the jail of the proper county. This act to be in force from und after its passage. . N. II. VAN VORHES, ; Speaker of the House of Reprpseniaiives TIIOS. 11. FORD. President of the Senate. i April II, 1850. lTo. 100. AN ACT . further to amend nn act entitled "an act to prevent nuisances," passed Feb. 20, 1 83 1 , I' " and to repeal the act passed March 25, .1851, entitled' "an act fuither to amend : an act entitled nn act to prevent nuisan- ces," passed Feb. 28, 1831. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That every house or buildhng situate within this State, used or occupied as a house of ill fame, or for the purposes of prostitution, shall be held and deemed a public nuisance; and any per son owning, or having the control of, as guardin, lessee, or otherwise, such house 1 or building, Rod knowingly leasing or sub letting the samo in whole or In part, for the J impose ot keeping therein a houso of ill ame. and knowinclv nermittinc the snmn . to be uaed or occupied for such purpose, or . occupying tuo same lor such purpose, shall, ' 'for every such-offence, bo deemed guilty of ... , misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, ..shall be fined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars, or imprisonment for a term t not less than thirty days, nor more than sjx months, or both, at , tho discretion of the ' court. '.".', ! " Sid. 2. That the-uee or occupation by .me lessee or tenant ot any houso or building, . or any part thereof, for the purposes pro V hibited in the first section of this set, shall i bo held by the courts of this State, good . cause on' the part of the owner, or lessor to . avoid the. agreement cf lease or, renting, and , tote-enter at any time and take possession of such houso or building. . . .:V6ko. 3- 'TI,nt tlie aet PflS8ed March 25, jailor, eiHiile'J"'ftn act further to amend an H'.l wii'ii.!tiu' ,uq Attl . to. prevent nuts-tiies," tTtiusfid ieb.'23, 1831, bo and the same ;is hereby lepnaled."' .' j JVI VAN.VORflKS, n v I Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD. : President of the Senate. April 11, 185G. No. 101. AN act; To protect Agricultural Fairs, and Fair Grounds. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Slate of Ohio, That it shall be lawful for any justice of the peace, on the application of any of the officers of any state, county, township or any independent i or industrial assocm- . . : a cnilnHln nnmhfr nf RTiflfillll UUU. .V, J,J,V,.... -r constables, to assist in keeping tho peace durmsr the time when such society shall De holding their annual fairs, and make an en try in his docket of the number and names of all such as he shall appoint. Sec. 2. All such constables so appointed shall havo all the power of constables-to suppress riots, disturbances and breeches of the peace; they may, upon view, arrest any person or persons who may De guuiy oi vio lating any of tho laws of tho statc,may pur sue any person fleeing from justico in any part of the state; to apprehend any and all persons in the act of committing any offence a -ainst the laws thereof, and may, upon rea sonable information, supported by affidavit, procure process for the arrest of any person or psrsons who may be charged with a breach of the peace, and forthwith bring such person or persons before the competent au tlmtihr. and enforce all tho laws for the rirfiM.rvatian of trood order. Seo. 3. $ person shall be allowed to If ppn nr. v shop, booth, tent, wau'on, or oth er carriage, vessel or boat, or any stand or tjihlfi for the sale of any spirituous or other liquors, or sell or expose to sell, give, barter or OlherwiSt Oispose ui, m ur iiuiu buuu biiuj); hoot i. lent, Tvaeon or omer carriage, ves- sel, boat, staid or table, or in any other way or place, any spirituous, or other liquors, at or within the uVswicc oi iwu mnc uuw the place whero any such agricultural fairs are held. Seo. 4. That any .crso.n or persons who shall be guilty of a breach of tJis act, ana shall be notified by any one of tf e officers authorized to make an arrest or seizure, oi by any other person that Jic, sho or tney are violating the law; and if, airer sucn -tice, such person shall continue in such vio lation, he, she, or they, shall forfeit and pay for such offence, a fine of not less than live, nor moro than fifty dollars, to be psid over to the treasury of such agricultural society where the offence was committed; and any judge of the court, sheriff, coroner, justice oi tho peace ot tho proper county, or any constable of the proper township, or the oonstables especially appointed, shall, upon view or infoimation, without warrant, ap prehend any person so offending, and seize such booth, tent or wagon, or other car riage, stand, vessel or boat selling spiritu ous or other liquor, and convey the 6ame to a place of sate keeping, and take the person so offending before some officer having com petent jurisdiction, together with an inven tory of the things seized, and the officer be fore whom such alleged offender 6hall be brought, shall proceed forthwith to inquire into the truth of the accusation, and if true, shall enforce the penalties of this act. Seo. 5. If the accused shall fail to pay euch fines as shall be assessed, together with all of the costs of proceedings, including the necessary expenses of such seizure, the said officer before whom such offender was tried, shall forthwith issue a ventitioni ex ponas, commanding any constable of the hownship in which such Inquiry shall be Tlield, to make the une and costs, necessary expenses, and costs of execution by sale of So much of tho property as shall be neces sary therefor, and make return thereof with in ten dnys thereatter. Sbc. G. That in the execution of the ven ditiom exponas, the said constable, at least ten days before the sale, shall advertise the property to be sold, at two of the most pub lic places ot the township, where the samo is to bo sold, at ouo of which placos, to be designated in the notice, between the hours often o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M., said sale shall be held, said constable first selling or offering for sale, the articles which tho offender brought ofl to the ground for traffic, and the overplus of the property so seized n3 aforesaid, after the satisfaction of said venditioni exponas shall be delivered to the defendant on demand; but if ho Ehall fail to demand the samo for ten days after such sale, the same shall become forfeited to tho said agricultural society, and if the prop erty so seized shall be found insufficient to satisfy said venditioni exponas and costs of execution, said justice of the peace shall, at any time thereatter, on request of the treas urer of said society, issue a fieri facias to collect the ballance thereof. April 11, 1856. N. II. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives, LfciSTJiH TAYLOR, President pro tern of tho Senate;,; Sbcretart of Statb'b Office, Columbus, April 14, 185G. ' S I hereby certify that the foregoing acts are correctly copied from the original rolls on nie m.tnis oince. JAMES H. BAKER, Secretary of .Stale. Auditoh'b Office, ) ; PoMERor, April 25, 1850. J I certify that the foregoing laws are cor rectly copied from the original copy fur nished by the Secretary of State. II. H. SWALLOW, " Auditor Meigs County. P-OME.RO Y Academy. THE SUMMER TERM of this Institution will commmenee on ' '. Wednesday, April 50, 1856. I Aj A. KEEN, A. M.i I kincipal. Mrs. A. C. D. KEEN, Assistant, and Teacher of Music and urawing. Tuition SO, 86,50, and 1 8 per quarter, ac cording to studies pursued. ' - I'iano instruction, 88 per quarter of 24 lessons. Drawing 84 , ' The Academy has an extensive Philosophical and Chemical apparatus, and Cutter's large Out line Anatomical J'lntes. Board 82,25 per week. Deduction will be made if students furnish thoir own rooms. Those wishing to board themselves, can oh' tain rooms of the Principal free of charge. Further information will be given onjipplica tiofl to the Principal.: . ' .fly order of the Board of Trustees. C. R. POMEROY, Secretary. Pomeroy, April 22, I860 nl2 ipeciil meeting O of .he board of School Examiners will bo held nt tie Academy rooms 'in Pommy on Sat urday the I7tli day of May; and the next quar terly examination 'will' be held on Saturday the 12ih day of July A. D. 1550. Teachers expect ing certinVates will he (ircien! a.1 no candidate will bo t'Miuiiwd erceijiwit tiia rrrnlnr niuetiiiir of the Ilonid. Hy order rt)'tbi PoarJ. May 8, 130. 1 U, 8. GROW, Cl'k. UT-CT. VVTi - - rr r OITDTIQ . . . DEALERS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, "' Front-street, below WOULD respectfully announce to tne puoiic nereauuui, manney nnv iuiunucu inn en tire stock of R. P- Robbins &. Co., and having replenished, will continue the same busi- Thpv are constantly receiving additions to tlieit every thing usually found in a Grocery store, such as- j . r, ' T.n c.nir. Rnnar. Molasses, ioap, Candles, Fish, Bacon, Hams, Dried Beef, Cheese, Rice. Lard. Lard Oil, Dried Fruit, Oranges, Lemons, Fui$ of allhinds, Candies of ..;nn Snirex. tickles, i'eserves, ccc. All of whioh will bfesold in large or small qunntities, at the lowest CINCINNATI PItl" cm.-b r rjich. nr pvehnnped for CUUNTH The attention of FAKmits anu tjuu moixnmi iou pnruuuiunji iumcu uu nnd nrices. as thev feel confident that they can offer DETTER BARGAINS to those having Pro duce to dispose of, or those who wish to purchase nnH otunl trt nnv hnllKP IT1 IflH (M'V. HOnsFKEFPERS will find at ovr establishment, in addition to our stock of Groceries, every f !ttia.TBlJTQirBC' .Ea.0a.1Br JSJE.ll mTUC2.BfcC, with Vegetables and Fruits in tliclr scaon. v V prrn P,.mrAWl Anril 1:,ih. 1856.tf ' CLRTIS & REED I. M. DAVIS. t UTHOLESALE & RETAIL Dealers in Fancy T J Uaps, UOnnexs, naruwaie, yuecnswatu, uinsswuic, mui.iuii!i, licuuj-muuc Clocks at. Looking Glasses, Drugs & Medicines, Wall Paper, Stationery, Groceries, Kettle Salt, &c. &c. - Front Street, near the Sheffield Mill, Shcflicll Ohio. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! Great reduction in Prices, for Cash or Appnved Produce. I. M. DAVIS & CO., being anxious to close out their large nnd extensive Btock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods before making their Spring purchases, would respectfully announce to the people of both town and country, that they will now sell goods "lower than ever," nt Wholsale or Retail. We would say to the Ladies, that our stock of Dress Goods is yetextensive, which we will sell at extremely low prices So if you want a drts3, now is yoilr limto. Our stock consists of Plain Black and Fancy Silks, Australian Cloths, Thibet Cloths, Coburg-French Merinoes, Persian Call wool) and Muslin De Laines, Cashmeres, Velvets, Ginghams, Prints and Alpacas of ail colors, stvles and qualities. We also have on hand a large assortment of needle-worked Collars, Under Sleeves and Chemisettes, Fancy Silk Bonnets, Bonnet and Cap Ribbons Moire Antique Trimming, Black and Fancy Silk and Cotton Velvet Trimmings, Fancy Dress Trimmings, Wator- vliet Bay State, SilK SiiK anu rniuet L.oig anuoquareonawis, oimiuaminas, uiom xuimus, mm Fur Muffs, Bossed and Plain Jaconettes, Swiss. Mull and India Book Muslin, Frne Cambric, and Victoria Lawn, Silk, Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs, Red Cashmere, Silk Fleece lined LiBle Thieadand Cotton Gloves, and Hosiery of every variety; all of which will be sold at 20 pet cent, cheaper than can be bought m this long town. We can clothe the Gents, with Coats, Vesis, Pants, Under and Over Shirts; Drawers, Hose, Boots, 'Shoes, Over Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Comforts, Cravats, lower than they can buy elsewhere. We would say to COUNTRY MERCHANTS, that we will sell you Piece Goods at PHILADELPHIA PRICES. Such as Satinettes, Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, Lindscy's, Flannels, Checks, Ginghams, Prints and Dry Goods in general. Our Brown and Bleached Mus lins, Groceries, ic.have been bought at the lowest nctt prices, and will be sold at a ve'y small advance. We are not in the habit of puffing and blowing, "but acting;" that all we ask is to give us a call, and if we don't sell you goods, it will be our own fault but don't forget th "Almighty Dollar" Our motto is, small on hand at manufacturers prices. January 15, 185G naOmS WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BONNETS LEATHER &,C No. 56 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. RECS ?eave respectfully to call the attention of his Customers, Manufacturers, and Country Mm -clients generally to his extensive Spring and Summer Stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Bon nets Stc: e.'ohnieing upwards 3,500 cases of from the N.ew England Manufacturers, nt the lowest cash prices; Being exclusively engaged in !,; lmoinnci. n'ud riving it his unJivided attention in dstail, and exercising greet care in the solection of oj.-es and quality adapted expressly ihnthB n ivo ih.m the most entire satisfaction. His stock of Sta'w Goods in Hats, Bynnets, Ac, is not surpassed by that of any house either East or West, and hit.' a tweemcnts with the manufacturers are such, as will enaMe him to give rare bargains in prices'- Also 011 hnnd' in lafSe quantities, "Home-Made" Goods warranted Customers and Couiit.'y .Mc'chants arc requested to call and examsnethis choice and dejjreable stock, with acsurauce that P a""u ne "ilow CORD & mmMm 131 Wood Street, WHERE will always be found the largest and most complete stock in the market, embracing every description of SILK, SOFT FUR and WOOL, PANAMA, LEGHORN, BRAID and PALM LEAF HATS, and Children's Goods. Caps of every style and qnaiity Ladies' Kiding EEats nnd Gloves. - Our facilities are such as to make it the inter est of purchasers to buyof us. , Orders filled with promptness. April 15, 185S mG WILSON, CIIILDS & CO., (Successors to Hampton, Wilson & Co.,) WHOLESALE DEALERS IF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC wnis.'S' eacDooasssj 15 .WoodJ Street, Pittsburgh; WILL bo in receipt by the 10th of March, of an unusually largo and beautiful stock for the early Spring trade. Their stock of will also bo large and attractive. Ry means of a buyer constantly in the market, both depart ments will be kept full throughout the season. The attention of the trade is respectfully inYited. February 23th, nl w3. H1MPT A. CAMPBELL & C, Wholesale Dealers In READY MADE CLTHING, : No. 128 Wood Street, Pittsburgh. E have removed to our new Warehonse, No. 128 Wood Street, and offer for sale on lib eral terms, a very large assortment of Ready-Made Clothing, 'Furnishing Goods, Shirts, H'kffs, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders, Umbrellas, &o., to whioh we invite attention Our clothing has been manufactured by experienced workmen in the very best manner, trimmed elegantly and in the most perfect shapes, nnd nt prices so low that buyers can make up an assortment of MEN'S WEAR at a very small cost, that will give them satisfaction, sell off clean, leave no remnants nnd afford more profit than any other article of trade. HAWf TUW, CAMPBELL & CO, March 18. 5G w4 185C SPRING i DS 185C James McCandles & Co,, No. 109 Wood Street; Pittsburgh. Importers and Jobbers of Foreign nuu jlmmmcmiic ury uooag. Varieties Ac. . WOULD respectfully inform their numerous customers and merchants in genernrthat mcy nave on naimone oi the most carefully 5 lectcd slocks of Imported and Domestic Goods, . ever orrred in this city, which will be sold to casn or lirst class time buyers at eastern prices. Our stock consists in part of Cloths, Cassi meres, baliiiets, Jeans, Tweeds, Cotton Panta- loonery Ginghams, Checks, &c.,with a full stock of all the btst makes and newest designs ui rmutf. i articular attention paid to the selection of mm wj llaaCirii-lOEl Ed t 2 m tz safe panes' uress ooods, a full stock or which will be kept throughout the season. An extensive assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Laces,. Triiniuings, and Variety Goods generally. ., . , . Meichants visiting our city are invited to call and cxnimnu our itoclt and prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Ourarrangeiueiits with man ufacturers and others. Hilord us facilities to have the l test styles of goods always on .hand, nnd at the lowest priPfs. - - .. Pomcroy, April 1. rt e; reed. H l 1 1 I II I IN Conrt, Pomeroy, O. Btock nnd expect to keep oa hand, at all times, V f KUDOJb at UASH riUUfia. Groceries, than any other house in the county, L. C. EUAU0N and Staple Dry Goods, Boots & ShoesHats & profits and quick returns. Kettle Salt constantly I.M. DAVIS & CO the choicest and newest styles, purchased direct for Western Sales, lie assuies Western buyers asmev t orn or r-rmaiieiphin. JOSB. B. BUSSIER. 27 South "Wharves, Philadelphia IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Sardines, &c. OFEERS for sale in lots to suit purchasers: 1 000 boxes Bunch and Layer Raisins; 1 000 uun anu quarter ooxes itaisinsj l uno boxes Va le ncia Raisins, new wop; 100U boxes Valtncin RauTUis, old crop; 500 boxes Smyrna, and 100 drums Sultana R lisins; 100 kegs Seedless Rais ins; lOi? casks Currants; 5,000 drums Turkey Figs", nn3 cases do. Wood and Fancy Boxes; 100 mitts neV D.ates; 100 cases Leghorn Citron; 20 casks , German, and 100 kegs French Prunes; 60 cases Prunes in glass jars and wood boxes; 1 000 boxes Oranges nd Lemons; 10 000 Cocoa Nuts 100 kegs Tamarir'ds; 1 000 boxes Fig Paste, Jujube Paste, Gum Drop., Grape Drops, Date Paste, and Pressed Fife's; S00 begs Walnuts, Fil bert w and Cream Nuts; 500 bags Bordeaux, Sic ily Hard Shell and Ivica Almonds; 1 000 bus. African and Shelled Groun i N uts; 100 boxes, and 50 kegs Shelled Almonds. Also, a great variety of Miscellaneous Goods, comprising Chocolate, Cocoa, Bromn, Sardines, Salad Oil, Split Peas, Pine Apple Cheese, Syrups, Rose and Peach Water, Assorted Extracts, Liq uorice, Rock Candy, Beans, Maccaroni and Ver micelli, Cordials, Canary and Hemp Seed, Pearl Barley, Preserved Ginirer, assorted Preserves, Pickles, Pepper Sauce, Tomato Ketchup, Jellies and Jams, Olives and Uapers, Hermetically Seal ed Salmon, Oysters, Lobstera, Peaches, Toma tos, Green Corn, &c. N .B. Wesiern Merchants are particularly in vited to call. March 25 w2 NE W SPUING DiiY GOODS. No. 57 Wood Street, Pittsbursh N. G, Slurphy & Brother, (Late of Murphy, Tternan & Co.) ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR SPRING STOCK, and offer a fresh, handsome and attractive assortment; many of their .goods they have imported direct from the European Manu facturers. As they are determined to sell their goods at a small advance on cost for cash, or to undoubted four or six months' buyers,, they earnestly in vite all that class of Merchants who visit this Market to examine their Stock, February 11, 185& m2 . W. G. CIUTTICK & CO.; (W. G. ChiUirtlale of the firms of ,. jjampion, wiisonq-Uo., Wilson, . C! Ids Co., Pittsburgh.) v Ho. 9, SJrawbcrrr St. below Market, between- Third and Fourth, PHILADELPHIA. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ' DRY GOODS AND DEALERS IN HABERDASHER AND SMALL WARES. AUR STOCK comprises a full assortmont of V, .American. fabrics, Um moat popular biands of Prints, Bleached Cottons, Ticks, De Laines, Cottonades, Satinets, Tweeds, Cassimeres, &o., together with a complete variety of British, Frenchand German Dry Goods, ordered and se lected with particular reference to the wants of the trade.' The stock will be offered to CASH and PROMPT six months' buyers on terms pe culiarly reesonable. Particular attention given to the execution of uiueis, wnicn u unsaiisiaciory can oe reiu rnu at our expense. New Goods constantly arriving from various sources. February 2G, 1855 n4w3. Great Inducement to Salt Furnaccmen I WILL sell my undivided fourth of the estate I of the late Dr. Phelps with the privilege of ine wnoie on very reasonable terms, containing twenty-one acres of land, with lmrpovements, between ten and twelve acres coal,- and about 16 acres well timbered, ror particulars, terms, &c apply to Nathan Simpson, at the Court bouse.. : '. i . . JAMES E. PHELPS. Sept. 1st, 1855 tf .... Grocery and Tonicctionery! MRS. M. 6lDEBOTTOMwo.uld respectfully' announce to her friends and the publio gen erally, that she has just received, direct from the cities, the largest and best assorted stock ef GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERIES! ' ever offered .bv her in this market. Her stock consists in part of Groceries, of all kinds, Can dies, .Cakes,! CraokersFruits' and Nuts, of all kinds, Pickles, Candles. Soap, Toys, Yankee Notions, &c, die, and all other articles usually found in establishments of this kind. She is also constantly receiving additions to her already large assortueitt. ' v . i. i Thankful for past favors, she would request cniili mi nn co of tho same. : Remember the place, Front street, next door below Duriiol & Rath- buru bauk. M. S1DEBGTTOM, Pomeoy, Nov. 6, 1854. tf TUST RECEIVED, direct from the EasternCiUC ans for sale CHEAP FOR C ASH J or approved COUNTRY PRODUCE, at the old Stand of the subscriber, P03IERO Y, UH1U, Among which may be found the following, in the way of . ' - .' Ijadies' XJreess Gooas: Plain Black Dress Silks, Fancy " " . , lv Black and.Colored Germania Cloths, Thibet " Coburg " " ' Persian " Ladief Kid, Silk, Caschemere, Bea ver, and Lisle Thread Gloves, Linen Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, of all kinds, &e., &c. Black, Blue, Brown, and Olive Brown French and American Cloths, A few nieces, new styles, Satin, Silk, Velvets Worsted Vestings, Merino Undershirts and Drawers, Lambs' Wool and Cotton Half Hose, Brown nnd Blenched Muslins, all widths, Canton Flannels, Brown and Bleached, Boots and Shoes, for ladies, gents & children, Mill nnd Cross Cut Saws, White Lead, Nails, A splendid article of Brass Kettles, all sizes, Porcelain lined. The subscriber wishes further to say to the Ladies, that ho lina just received a few Ladies Tal mas and Cloaks, of different styles, some of the latest and most fashionable styles of Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons nncl Trimmings, which cannot fail to suit any lady of taste. Also - Ladies' Velvet nnd Cashmere Satchels, some nice Silk Umbrellas, &c.; ai of "which 'will be sold at reasonable rates, A. nice assortment of Drawer GooCa, suoh as Jaoonets, Swiss Muslins, dotted, figured and plain, Mull Muslins, Nainsooks, Bishop Lawns, Victoria Lawn, India Book, Bosom Linens, Linen Cambrics, Embroidered Swiss Curtain Goods, Ltnen Table Covers, Towelings, &c., &c. . , . i . '' , -. J AS. RALSTON. Nov. 13, 1855. tfll . , Manufacturer, and Wholesale and Eeta.it; Dealer in HOLTS BUILD WG, RUTLAND STREET, .7 3VO.ciciloo3rt ' : ' Olaio. THE Subscriber having recently fitted up his new Store room, and purchased a large1 ami fashionable stock of '' , ' i Respectfully informs the public that ho is now pepared to wait upon! customers, old or new with satisfaction to himself and purchasers. His stock embraces every article of MEWS AND DOTS CLOTHING , usually found injFurnishing Stores; such as coats, rants, vests, coots aim Shoes, Hats ana caps, suu ui uuuur shirts, Drawers, Cravats, Neck Tics, Handkerchiefs, Ac. All of the Latest Fashion, well-made, and of the best materials. He keeps no Jew slop-shop work, but good honest articles, which he sells Astonishingly low. PIECE GOODS MANUFACTURING. For tho benefit of those who may prefer clothing made to order, he has sclected'with great care, a large v rety of PIECE GOODS, of the Latest Patternsi and keeps constantly employed the best of Workmen." He is prepared to execute all ordera for TAILORING on short notice and Reasonable Terms. November 13, 1855 lyn41 Zcalcr Gourt-xrtcet, directly opposite the Court-am fmeroy. Parlor Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Radiators, etc TTTM. J. PRALL.athis new stand, on Court f f ceiviug fresh supplies of Stoves of thelatest styles, andmost approved patterns. Beinga practical workman in stove-ware, and an experienced stove-dealer, he considersit no flattery to;taj that he is capable of judging correctly of the utility and durability of the different paterns; nnd mending his stoves to all housekeepers who may 3 .....tow. oiculwu uiq ail-en jiuw uii uuuu. in audition to the varieties named above, he 2 oal OoOk.ing Stoevs, These stoves are peculiarly adapted to this section of the country. . It iseveryway adapted baking and cooking of all kinds; has a powerful draft, and can be used equally well with woo or coal, savin? one-half the fuel used inordinary stoves. Thoso stoves are now in use in man families in this section, whospenk of them as in the price of the stove m fuel in one season. A tained bv tho ush ofconl. and at the same time . Any thins further aboutlSTOVES'is unne and manufactures to order, all kinds of . ; - ' ! TINWARE, at Wholesale and Retail. ' ' Copper-Ware, . SL!EET'IRQN WORK, such as Breeching,. Scape-pipes, c. . Copper Pipe, and Copper Work of all kindg JOBBING, of all kinds. '' In addition to to all this ho has the agency for the sale of . , , HALL & SPEER'S PATENT LEVER AND IRON CENTER LEVER m iWiiiul iifltiy : A new and favorite patent, possessing many number kept constantly on hand, where they may ; Thankful for past favors, the subscriber patronage. .. . ; Pcmeroy, June 26, 865tf. WILSON, McELROY & CO., (Successors to Geo. P.' Smith & Co,) ) V No. 51 Wood Street Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ' i 1 VRE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE 'ASSORTMENT OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, which will he offeree" ct very low fiigtiers. to ihe trade. Feb lS8u iu XJ, M yutl il Bonnet Silks and Velvets, all colors, Black and Colored French Merinos, . . ,., English " Alpacas, DeLaincs, Fahcy Cashmeres, DeBeges, Prints, all styles, A large Variety ot Dresi Trimmings, Fnnes, Gimps, Laces, &c, Ladies' Collars and Undersleeves, . Ladies' Shawls Bay State, Brochea, Tetkeri and Caschemere. ' A lnrge assortment of Black and Fancy French : Cassimeres, e,,, Black and Fancy Cravats and Stock. Beaver. Buck, Silk, Kid, Benin, umeuj ami Cashmere Gloves, foi Gents, Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, Linseys, Plaids, Plan tinls. all colors, Blankets, Hats and Caps, all kinds and sizes, Hardware. QuCenswate, and Glassware, if gene ral assortment, : , . , Shop Stoves, Store Stoves, Office Stoves, St , opposite theCourt-house, is constantly ror wiiii ureub cuie. lie huh no ncsuaiiun in recom desire one of these indispensable articles. has on hand a large supply of the new and populai the highest degree satisfactory saving more tha) much greater, and more regular heat can be at they are much cleaner than wood stoves. essary. The subscriber keeps constantly e nanc 1itUI(UI mW advantages over the ordinary plows, be examined at all times. - . . A large respectfully solicits a continuance of the pub , . WM. J. PRALL gal CHERRY PECTORAL, For th rPu Cr mt ' COUGHS, 0LDSt HOARSENESS. BROIfCHITHrWHOOPINGCOlTfii CROUP, ASTD.TIi, AND ..,'' -:,'.;C0SUMPTI0lf." TO' CURE A COLD, WITH ' HCA6aCHE! AND SORENESS OF THE BODY. Take the Cherry Pectoral on going to bed, and wrap up Warm, to sweat during the night.- :. FOR A COLD AND COUGH, take it morninc, noon ana evening, according to directions on the bottle, and the difficulty will soon to removed.. None will long suffer from trouble when they find it can be S bodily cured- Person afflicted. Wtb.:eatea cough whjch renKgthem . .ueir rest at night, will find by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to bed, they may be. sure of soundjKiflokcn sleep, and consequent. an ultimate cure, is offered to thousands who are thus afflicted, by this invaluable remedy. From its agreeable elleots in these cases, many find themselves unwilling to forego its use when. the necessity fot it has ceased. TO SINGERS Af'D PUBLIC SPEAKERS this remedy is invaluable as by its action on the throat and lungs, when taken in small quanti ties, it removes all hoarseness in a lew oours, and wonderfully increases the power and flexi bility of the voice. - , 1 . ASTHMA is generally much relieved, 'and often vholly cured by Cherry Pectoral. But there are some cases so obstinate as to yield entirely to no medicine. Cherry Pectoral will cure them ' if they can be oured. , ' I ' BUUNCIUTIS, or irritnlion ot the throat ana upper portion ot the lungs, may De cureu oy taking Cherry Pectoral in small and frequent ; doses. The uncomiortaoie oppression soon re lieved. FOR CROUP. Give an emetic of antimony, - to be followed, bv large and frequent doses ol ' the Cherry Pectoral, until it subdues tho dis ease. ; If taken in season it will not fail to cure; WHOOPING COUGH may be broken up and soon cured by the use of Cherry Pectoral. THE INFLUENZA is speedily removed oy this remedy. . Numerous instances have been noticed where whole families were protected from any. serious consequences, while their neichhors without the Cherry Pectoral, were suffering from the disease. Repeated instances are reporteu nere oi pa tients who have been cured from 1 LIVER COMPLAINTS by this remedy, so many that there can be no question of its heal ing power on these diseases. It should be per scveringly taken until the pain in the side and other unpleasant symptoms cease. FOR CUNSUMI'TIUJN in its earnest stages, it should be taken under the advice of a good Physician if possible, and in every caso with a care ful regard to the printed directions on the bottle. If judiciously used, and the patient is carefully nursed meantime, it will seldom fail to subdue the disease. For settled CONSUMPTION in its worst form, tho Cherry Pectoral should be given in doses adapted to what the patient requires and can bear. It always affoids some relief, and not un frequently cures thoso who are considered past all cu.e. There are many thousands scattered all over the country, who feel and say that they owe tlieit lives and present health to the Cheny IV.:toral. Many years of trial, instead of impairing the public confidence in this medicine, has won for it an appreciation and notoriety by far exceeding the most sanguine expectations of its friends. Nothing but its intrinsic virtues and the unmis takable benefit conferred upon thousanda of sufferers, eould originate and maintain tho repu tation it enjoys. While many inferior remedies thrust upon the community, have failed and been discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefits on the afflicted they can never forget, mid produced cure! too uumerous and too remarkable to be forgotten. While it is fraud upon the public to pretend that any oue medicine will infallibly cure stilt there is abundant proof that the Cherry Pectoral does not only as a gei.eral thing, but almost in variably cure tho maladies for which It is em ployed. , As lime makes these facts wider and betttr known, this medicine has gradually become th best reliance of the afflicted, from the log-cabin of the American Peasant, to the palaces of European Kingj. Prenared and sold by JAMES C. AYER, ..'actical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Maia. 'No-v, 6, 1S53 ml bJl'l PoPil III hy Eckstein, jr., Cincinnati; nanus .i Brother, Pomeroy: II. C.Waternun 'oort, and by dealers in merlieine-july3-ly3c. &Co., Mi'u J1 everywhtre Town Lots and Sites foi' &V WH THOSE wishing to purchase building lolsoi sites for Salt Furnaces at the new town ui Leadingloii, just below the mouth of Lea-ting Creek, will please apply to Columbia Down'iif. Esq., Middleport, who will at all times be ready to exhibit the town plat, and point out the loin upon the ground, janOti. A IB H D al -,(-. mil ,JI . 11HE undersigned will give private lessons to . Teachers or others desirous of receiving as sistance in any branch of study. Terms mode rale. ALPHEUS A. KEEN. Principal of Pomeroy Academy. Pomeroy, April 10th. 1855 O, Ye Delinquents I Ij I JS T 3ES 3NT I AND give ear unto the lamentations, and be hold the FALLfcN condition "flat on his back" of he that is called William. I have labored with you lot these many years, and now behold my pitiful situation 1 All for the want of the "filthy lucre;" and nothing but MONEY will relieve me, and place me on myfeet again. Therefore, every person knowing himself in debted to me, will please call at the "Cantain's Office," and "fork over," immediately, as longer time cannot be given. . J, PRAi,L. Jan. 8, 1856. 4Dtr Oysters! Oysters!! For .Sale In the. Can or vDoscn At the Confectionery of MRS. SIDEBOTTOMt Front St., Pomeroy. ' Call and get some. ' v- Oct. 24, 1855, tf. 1 ' ' The Fast Running and Strong Tow-Bont TEMPEST , has been bought expressly for the trade from- Gallipolia.to . Ravenswood, and will be a regular packet Bi said trade. Will leave Pomeroy fcvety Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Mornings, at 7 o'clock, for Gallipolis, and back same day. Will leave Pomeroy every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, at 7 o' crock, and back same day. - ' ..: By close attention to business, and low nrices for services, the subscriber hopes to obtain the Patronage of all business men along said route, 'hankful to his friends and natrons of the steam er Lark, he asks a continual of the same Pat ronage for tha TEMPEST. ' . . : . k , ' J. Wt MATTHEWS, Capt. Point Plessant Republican and Gallia Reouh lican please copy. .. . . .. Pomeroy, Oct. SO. 1885. j -...,,,