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PQMEUQY.O. TUESD AYi:i:n::t;;rti::!:::.:: APRIL 8 We would refer our reader to th "Nw AdytrtiMroenC' columo dy ; Tl-M-Winff peron suldraaa tliemaelier to the i.ublic: ' D Pawrburn PoMmastirT, Middleporl. ' C. CrlArlmt, Pomeroy. J. W.rQ: 11 8taclpoU-Fbumhymn, ja?. tfcCandlaaa Co.--imporier .of Fogwd DomeitioDry Ooodt, 'iiU Jai). P. Tanner Dealer in BooU; Bhqea, Broirar. Hata, Cat. Ac, Pittsburgh peter J Urpold Admmiatralor of.flie EsUie of Jno, Woir. er.. depeasea.. . 1. V." Smith, Sheriff of Meige Co., d ertieee Ma! estate for tale. .., ' , : ' XarTo the obliging and gentlemanly owoeiaof our wharf-boat, Mesar. Patton U Kepler, we desire to wnder tbanka for aupdry favors. rr.- , ; ; f . f jarThe aweetnaaa of the country sugar pretAuted to us by' ifr.'Story. of Mayhew's Grocery "eatablishmeat, unlike the birdi. prospects. Bowers," Ac, the hymn-book tells about, has all the sweet flaVcr of that aooat delicious article. ' "." , 3t the lime of going to press (Monday 3 P, M,) the voting for town ship and corporation officers is proceeding nrl tha whole number of the poll is nearly in. It is uncertain whether the Republican or Opposition ticket will be lecud. ' ' ' rvUr W. II. Parker, of Ironlon. has disposed of his interest in the "Register, to Mr. Stimson, and is about to take up his abode in Nebraska. May success at tend him in his newloccupatiou as "tiller of the soil," and may Mr. Stimson main tain the credit formely given to the pub lishers of tVie "Register," as issuing one ' f the neatest sheets in Ohio. T'rWllie Mutgi Cny Telej-rapo. Mt6hoLooic'aiTabl FOR March, 1858, AM OBSSRViilONS OM TUB VvKATHElW I 1 its or Vs' Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, , Thursday. Friday. Saturday, Hand?, Tuevday, v.. Wednesday, . Thura4ayt- - rnaay, . , . Katurdav. Sunday,. , . ; . Monday, Tuesday. ( Wednesday, Thursday, . Friday, . Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, .. Thursday, Prldav, Saturday, , Sunday. afondud, Tn.-ada), Wednee-lay. J S . .if " 5 aaaaaia. T?7? IIhiiow; ' S , l VU HlM.vV. - a Jt 7 XI Know; 4 e i w t iwi 5 U, W, riaart S IS 18 IS Snowt 7 B 8S y 'tor. ' , S 84 30 W Claar; : ' I H H Cloudy 1 10 W SU i Cluar; 11 IS ST ' ' 44 clear; ' 19 40 S4 44 Clear; ,j SO 30 SS Claar. ,., . 14 99 70 08 Cluari u , 15 44 TS 04 Clear; W 44 70 44 Clrart ' ), 17 il Ju is Cloudy; Iri 40 04 S8 Cluar - . .... I 44 SI S Cloudy; .. SO 40 MS OK Cloud ; . II !l U !l Clear; W 33 SO 40 Cloudy; C3 40 W Clear; u 4 34 58 4 Clear;. ,, SS 40 OS So Clear; , ., 6 45 OS So Clear; ". 7 43 76 01 Clear; M 47 50 4d Cloudy; , 0 43 54 48 Cloudy; . , 30 t 44 SI 53 Clear; . 31 45 69 5B Clear. Avet-ftL'e temperature, 33, 60, 4G; mean av. temp, for the month, 43 deg.; lowest temp., Sunday, 7th, at 6 a. m., 2 deg.; (I io. B. 9Iattanl ) iidiuUnt-General Suhouler, writing from. Washington to the "Journal," thus speaks of the notorious Malteson: . - "I met Matte8on the other : day in the Capitol. He .lookfl ' good' deal broken down. He has grown ten yeara plder in appearance since I 6aw,him here two eara ago.'' 1 am glad that ' he his some inward monitor to punisli lum, lor ne appears in sensible to sliame..,, lie was in the. House when' his case was under consideration, when Craig, of North Carolina, said in leblv to Seward, "That every legielative bodv had a riuht to protect itself from con- . . " . r - . -f tact with scounareia.- ana mucn more oi the same sort.'lt did not appear to affect him. He will. We trust,' be m warning in all future time to men' intrusted with pow er to act honestly, and to keep their hands clean" nnd . their ..hearts pure. .No one speaks to lnm in the House that l can see, nor have I seen him. spoken to jn the lob bies. He is avoided when he passes; peo- t)le turn round and point him out as 'the scoundrel vMatteson.' It is said that he intends to resign his seat, and retire to private life. . '. v- Am Apt Illstratiow. The Baltimore ted on: the engaged ncrirom inepareni itupk, ib hoi. aii There were SO clear days, 4 days on "P' r!n !" . " which . snowed, one on which H rained. P J 8 Jf IWLHrZ r quences, perstst in driving-,nto the ranks 74 deg. ' , , irmnt remesentation of the suicida! matioi of the month by heavy ice. , iiTaia wour. ani) airV. Taoa. . Lamb rthUtembre, Wolff,; Duff CoM IMPOKTKBS KD, OBnEHS IS 3Ei.x"vtrx.ai , ' SiON OF THE ANVIL, j No, 60 Wood Street Three Doou Above the t. i;ninei noiei, , ( piTJSBUJi QH, 'PJL.u - r . , Woul(l"repeofully i-vite .tSe, sttention or their customers and .leler gvueially to their tnsive Spring stocK of .-rsniware, uunrry, IrlierV AffricultiiMi Implemenle, ' Houe Trimmingar Blacasmilh. Carpentet. snd all other viietieuf MECHANICAL TOO LS,c Having been purchased Jirect rrom ne aTaniitar.turera. witk the aUvantaees of Cash Terms, they are enabled tc offer unusual in ducements for Merchants. i visit our city. when, they are coidiaJiy invnea to u mm instioa of our Stook.iesa a enp4Man of our prices, before mtiking their purchases. WIK LKSALE AND it Bill I. r On the first diy of July, "l 8S7, i. Fshnestock, " JinA George' yfl Fahneetock, of Philadelphia; Pa,,. A B. null, of Iew-York, and J. Schwartz, of Pituburgh, r-asociued theiruelve for a further term of business, under the yle and iirm, heretofore, of ..I'..,-. -'v i.,.. , .v.l )i ,:.n: n lid uf' - -. i ' ; B.: A,' FAHNESTOCK,' &-Co.i Pituburgh, Ps.!-.rf a i i :,t I B.: A. FAHNESTOCK tc Co., PhilsdelphU, Ps.,' ; ; BAi'. FAHNESTOCK, HIJLt & C6l, NTorkCig In 'each of wlilch three cities we continue our Wholesale Drug Business U all iu branches..; , A V '-, lj ;'. ' Partieular attention MriB be given to tie importation of propria eVary artjcles'from' ab'ro'ah; snd a full stock . . of wcU-csttblished popular remedies will beiept constantly for sale. ' Orders for our B. A. FAHNESTOCK'S well-known Vbrmifttge (of which we are the SOLS PBOPEIETOSS and XOLVSIYX MAHUIACTTOEaS) should be addressed to either of the above-named establishments. ', 1 We eontinue tU manufacture of White Lead, Bed lead, and Litharge, at PUUburgh. : . ,' -.' - - as: v': , A-,. I I," -6in readV rbn,TiiE sprino thadii WE invite the attention of buyers to ok.f larga and well seltcted stock of . China,. Glu$, Britaniu, ( Silver Plated and Quetnsware, to which to will De ConSlBniiy rfrreivnR ad ditiona, direit from l.ho manifrtpri 1 I1 tilt -SELL. k OUIOTV, (Snrvivora of Pnrsell. Onxlon . Co. J ' Front S'rret, Portsmouth; Qh 'w. - marlfl t-tf " " ; 1 INSURANCE CAriTALENLARGELT. Tit Atiaktic TtEOBAPH.The.Lon don 'Times" states that the four hundred miles of cable ordered , to replace the three hundred and eiirhtv-four which were lost last autumn off Valentia, have been com of the i ODDOsition all those friends of the ....... - .? .1.- Administration, w nose sentiments upon mc Lecompton question do not exactly coin cide wi'.h those of the President and bis Cabinet. : -r- ' ' ' Sad Case . At Waukesran, II'., last week, at a rthearsal, preparatory to a school plated, and il is intended, in order to make exhibition, a boy who had a part in it was better provision for casualties, that an ad- to fire a gun. In hia haste he forgot to ditiunal three nunarea miu-s . snail do "t draw out the ramroa nrea ana me ram once proceeded with. The operation will ro(j after, passing' through a board par- n toe miauie oi June, in tjuon, entereu tlie DacK, near me spine, ui V:-... . ; CORNER OF FRONT AND COURT STREETS, . Keeps constantly -on hsad Sugar,' Coffee; ' Tea, Molasses, Tobaoco,' Cigars," , Lard Oil, and all other ; '! . Articles usually : . Found in 'such establishments, which will be sold LOW FOR CASH, or ex changed for GOOD COUNTRY", PRO DUCE, at its highest market price. ' h !; i ' . i IIS" , -.::. HATS AND: CAPS,' ' - " '' Grroberlets, Hardware, QUE E X SWA R E ScC . be commenced in which month, it is said, there are five or six consecutive days during which a gale the Atlantic was seldom or never known to occur. The line will d joined and laid from the center of the ocean, the Niairaia takine her end of the cable to Ire and. and the Aeamemnon conveying heis Jf . . .7. -11 to America. Un lirs ccasion me came "We observe in our exchanges from all sections, letters written, dated "Steam boat Courier," all of which compliment the officers iu the highest terms. This is deserving nnd we would advise those taking a trip either up or down the nvei to take pasaajfe on her if they desire a speedy and pi s-is.vit '.uip. She passes Pomeroy on her upwa d trip ou Sunday morning, and go ing down, on Wednesday afternoon, about o'clock. Miss Marks, inflicting two serious wounds and causing the paralysis of the lower ex tremities ' It is feared she cannot survive. Vlrglsila l.eglltttuie. 1 Richmond, March 31. The Legislature has passed the bank bill, as amended,' requiring the banks ill not be piled away in one hnge mass, to resume specie payment on the first day but will be distributed equally in the lore, of May midship, and alter darts of the vessel, in Fires. ' On Tuesday morning last, Mr. Pa: rd mill, its Columbia township, wasde airnr.il hv lira. It wss first discovered but four o'clock in the morning, but not in time to extinguish the flames. A Mr McCulluutrh and a son of Mr. Packard were sleeping in the mill, and on being awakened by the sound of the names, rushed toward the usual place of exit, but the flames had taken possession of that po sition, and they retreated to a window, only in time for Mr. McCullough to make his escape. The boy was in the act of following Mr. MoCullough, when, unluck ily, a quantity of powder, which was sus ptndtd above the window exploded, forc ing the boy back into the mill, who was vonsumed. Mr. McCullough was burned, but not severtly . The fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. The esti mated l.ss on the mill, and grain and lum ber in it, is between five and six thousand dollars; no insurance. One day 'ast week, we learn that Mr. Gaiger, of Columbia Township, had his en tire stock of hay. wheat, dec, destroyed by fire. The grain was in his stack-yard, and the fire was conveyed toil by the grass and stubbles of the adjoining fields. The estimated loss we did not hear. We have no further particulars of the fire in Harrisonville. The report is that the principal hotel and two or three adjoin ing houses were destroyed. ' The numerous fires which are occuring, should cause our citizens to be very care ful with fire during the windy season of March and April. - Southern Adverllsrment of a , Nertlieru Uullroud. In the. Memphis "Eagle & Enquirer" is a standing advertisement o( the Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. From it we take (he following extract: "Between Cincinnati and Baltimore the distance is 688 miles, which does nt vary on degree from AN AIR LINE, And the whole distance is through Slave States, of adjacent thereto, thus affording . , . . . 1. O ..... 1. ... ar peculiar aavaniages k im swuvuem eler not possessed by any other road." That is the first instance, in our knowl edc. where a railroad, located in a free Stale, lias appealed to the sectional prej udice. of neoDle for patronage. Indian- mvolie Journal. - And thi first instance proved a miser able failure. The road did not profit by the "sectional appeal," and the men who were mean enough to write and publish an advertisement insultinjr alike to high mindful men of the South as well as the North, we are glad, to, hear, are about to vacate positions they should never have occupit-d. One of the greatest misfor tunes of the Cincinnati fe MarietU Rail road Company has been in the selection of its managers. G'in. Gazette. AnoTnxa Bark Burnt. The barn of Rev. Y. R Pitts, in Scott,, containing salt, hemp, 4c, was burnt last week. Loss f 1.600. A nezro weman, who con fessed to having fired - the building, has been sold South. Parte Flag. ' " The burning of barns in Kentucky by the slaves has become an alarming feature of the current intellitrenee of that com mon wealth. Every day we hear of bam burning by the negroes. In soma counties coils of five hundred miles each. Elrctiok or Postmasters or the Peo- ple. Alt' one wno renecis upon ui i oai- office monopoly by the geuerai govern ment. and the way that i s patronage is distributed, will come to t the conclusion that a reform in the way that Postmasters are selected, is much needed, we are Dleased to see that Mr. Leiter of this btate ... ... . 1 IT f - has introduced a Dill inio me nouse ior this purpose. ' In the proceedings of Mon day, 16th tilt., which we find in the "Con gressional Globe," we find the following: Mr. Leiier introduced a bill to provide for the eleetion of postmasters by the peo rI. which was read a first and second time. Mr. Leiter moved that it be referred to the coinmitte of the Whole on the state of the Union. Mr Entrlieh Il strikes me .that the bill byste iris, B Y THE CAN" OR D OZEX, Insured to be fresh, will be furnished at low figures, for cash. S. SILVERMAN, A genta'. ougl jht to go to the committee on the Post Q.tagjie ice and Post Roads, and I move that j ' jj Kgjie'. Office re Terence. Mr. Leiter I modify my motion, so that it will be to refer it as the gentleman indicates. The bill was referred to the commit:- on :he Post Office and PostRads. College Students l Trouble. Columbia S. C. Saturday, March 27. One hundred of the students belonging' to the colledfe have been suspended until dctohernext for insubordination. They tarred the benches of the recitation rooms, and committed other exceptional acts be- ause the Faculty refused to suspend the exercises on Thanksgiving Day. Counterfeiters Arrested. Louisville, March 29. Tliree counterfeiters have been arrested here for passing tens on the State Bank of Ohio, rreble Uounty uraucn at aaston. The bills are well executed. Esenpc of Prisoner. Indianapolis, March 29. Eiirht Prisoners confined in the jail in this city effected their escape yesterday morning about three o'clock. . Amonjr them were Brooklocker and each charged with murder, and . . t ears, counterieuer, wno was ar rested in Chicago some weeks since. NOTICE. ' . rriHE'West Columbia Mining and Manu- X facturinit Company, of West Columbia in the State of Virginia, will take notice that John W. O. S ackpole. of the county of Meigs. in the Slate of Ohio. did. on the 2d day of Maroh, 1858, file his petition in the Court of Common Pleas, within and lor said county of Meigs, against the said West Columbia Mining and Manuiacturing company, ueicuu nnt. aettine forth that Ruffner, Hole. Co., nf Kanawha Sulines, Ve., on the 19th day of October. 1257, made their promissory note of that date, and deliertd the same to the said West Columbia Mining sad Manuiaciur inir nomrtanv. defendant, and '.nereny prom ised to pay to the order of the said West Co lumbia Mining and Manufacturing Company the sum of one thousand nine hundred and four dollars, in three months after date, a the nfflne of Messrs. Oroesbeck & Co.; and the said West Columbia Mining snd Manu faeturiiii' Company afterward endorsed the same, and delivered it to the said John W. G Stackoole. olainliff, which said promissory note was protested for non-payment at the time it became due. Suit is brought to te- cover the amount of said note, with interest from the 19th day ot January, 1858, an I cost nl nrotest. and iudsrment is prayed l-r accord ingly; and the said West Columbia Mining and Manu frtcturing Company is notified that tliey are reouired tu aonear and answer sai I peti tion, on or before the third Saturday after the 201 h day of April next. Dated 3d March, 1858. JOHN W. O.STACKPOLE. tt-6t-$5.50 By M. Heckard, his Att'y. HAYING PURCHASED THE.. ENTIRE INTEREST! OF' W; STIVERS 1ri' the Estahli&hmeil t Torrherlv 'dbnductad bv him ' : cornen of - Front and Court' Streets," Pomeroy, I desire to say to the old patrons of the House, and the PUBLIC GENERALLY, that I design: keeping (as near as possible) everything necessary to complete a full stock of Goods in the above lines,- which will be sold ft Country t roauce, on uie roost. wvoraDie terms. assisted by as competent workmen ns any in the county, . Everything in the wny of j suehinaur Making, Cutting, or Repairing, promptly attended to: . -. . . javombio u "NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL.' ' A lteslsttess Itemed y. MEWS IT LUIS. JC"TIe first practical application of the Died Scott decisiim to the free Stales, says the Springfield "Republican," has occurcd in California wher a slave taken into the Slate by his master, and employed there for months, hismasier not being a vis iior but a resident, has been remanded to his claimant by the United Stales ci rcuit court, to which the case had leen nppealed from a State court. The State court had decided the negro to be free. The deci- 6ion bv tne u. o. couri esiaonsnes wie isrht to take slaves into a free State, and iold them there against its constitution aud laws that is. il legaizes slavery in every Stat in the Union. Nbody will be 8Ui prised at this. It is only legitimate exten sion of the Died Scott decision, as ex pounded by the slavery party and its south- ide judges. Niw Hampshire Election. The five Councillors are all Republicans; the Sen ate stand 39 Republicans, 33 Democrats ; the House 186 Kepublicans, lia demo crats; and the Republican majority for Governor is 6.000, a iiepubiican giim oi 2,000 from last year Seventh of April. Gov. Chase, has accepted the invitation to be present as a truest at the celebration of the 7th of April, at Marietta, iion. i nomas awing is to deliver the address. Resumed. The Bank of Wheeling, (says the Wheeling "Times" of Tuesday,) has re8umea specie payment. o uop we may soon be able to say as much for the others. Official Advices trosts Cmup Scott. Washington, March 29. Col. Johnston, in his latest official dis patches, says that the Mormon troops are organized to resist tha establishment of a Territorial Government, Dy me unueu States, and in furtherance of the object. have erected works of defense in the mountain passes, and near Salt Lake city. lie does not believe that a spirit ot con ciliation towards them would now be prop erly Hpprecialed, or rather that it would be wrongly i nterpreted in view oi me trea sonable temper and feeling pervading the leaders, and a good portion of the Mor mons. He thinks that neither the honor nor the dignity of the government will allow of the slightest concession. They should be made to submit to the constitutional demands of the government uncondition- .. . i- . r .1 ally. An adjustment oi me existing difficulties upon any other basis would be nugatory. Their threats to oppose the march of the troops in the Spring, will not have the slightest effect in delaving, and if they desire to join the issue, he believes that it is for the interest of the government that they should have the opportunity. n' j. i. IXCORHOHATED 1819., CHARTER PERPETUAL.. Cish Capital, Eulargei July, '57, to 1,000,000, : AUSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED! . sin pins, sitia.ioa.n Wjla tha prestige of 38 YKAKs' aucccss aud ax(.--, rlr). ., ' ' ClKBOTORsJ ' T. a. am'i, n dor, joarrn nrai-ai, robt. airLi., , M. a.TrTTi.e, ' i.noa iii, a. a. auuttar, ,., s. tiw, r u. u. urur, a. a. w, n. a. rTT, a. diihiiih. n. r. uvi. C - if a. aa.LTaa,. ? .'t.. ai aiihnaa. w. iMr, . c. H. BRaiNaau. OKHICEKS. E. G. KIPr.F.V, ' t- ALEXAXUKR. PrtiidiMit. Vice Pratlileal. ' ' w THOW. K, BRACK, ir , Sec'Jf. " " J. B. BKSSKTT, OenM Afm. ' '.. i il IM8VRRS AOAIMST' TI1K ' .DANGERS OF FIR.E! AND or Casii or j p c r i 1 8 Jo f rl n 1 u u il N a V i g a t o 1 1 ! At ns Liberal ltmcw una iihi' t ( .. .' . j. -1 M riSRS nssmncti permit oi lor Solvency una lair . I'voHt. . ' lvaiwolal altcntlon Pld to ;:., ! t u ... ' ! 1 ' ' f Theuranet of Dwtlliua. Farm, .J'ronertv. Will be conducted, as heretofore, under the supervision of N, M. M'GLOTIILIN. Out-Building, and Cor.tetds. , red fur icrimUof 3 to S Joara un ilia aal tojma. . i , LOSSES EQUITABir ADJUSTED AND PltOMPTW i ; Tpxixi ,sir.Ta-ca- x.sxxzo3a-fii . -paid.-' j m Am a 4. at alrtaafl- sOA Have iust been received, together with a full stock of .Cloths, Cassimeres, X . r.'f LT.:?7..-. ) l-gllilnaui liisnniiicii Imatneaa, un'l tliu exei utiun tit ' contract In (rooil faith, have Inducement with In f'uuoc In avierung inrir mmvrw rnvr rnmr woin r tout of nuulit) and our claims to their pntrouag. to rcc.)rdi)l paat Kun lcea. tndf rlnp tli.-lr rnnliiiuaiK witliiiifeaii.(t nUilil) tuii fuvll.lty In futuro. ., Choice Fjrst-Class Inoemmtv mat b Effected without dklav, with this ( . WtLL KNOWtt AND ABLE CoUPOK , .. ATION, TIIROLfUI , . O. BICANCII.'A&rcnf, 1'eracror, O. yav. 10, IS7 cn; ' ' i . . i Wheeling, l'nrkersbiirgr and Cm. clnniitl Wcclily l:sckct. . ., rpHK Coarler will iiam all way atutions lit tha ad X. vcrtlm-d time. .Thu - just Vestings, dec. Pomeroy March 30, 1858. POMEROY FOUNDEIIY AND MACHINE SHOP. ALL caatlnga of Iron and Brass naud In hnll-niaKlng lao In the Cost Business, car-wheel, Ac. Kw ir Orlat mills. Cranks. Gudceons. Swindles, fihnfu, PuHots, Spur and BeTel wbeela, of the most Iniprovod patterns, tileam Knglnea, of superior strength snd flnlsh,- Houso urutea anu riovea iur vt cuusinui hand. i.. Machinery of all kluda repaired with Brass, sad Cast or wrouuht Iron. J. W. G. STACKPOLE. Pomerey, ov..lii, 1H3T. . . ".i". ' !.: N. B. 1 have now on band, Onlshod, eight saw-mill engines, ef different patterns.. POIETTO I ACADEMY. 1HE Fsll Term of this Institution will eommenee L on Wednesday, Sept. W). . E. E. SPALDING, Principal. m. b.,.iii.io. a m mi her of the senior class of a Sow Knxland Colloge, conies to us highly rocomineud ed, both us a acholar and a teacher. We heliove that untler his manugemcm ine insiuuiinii wm . rior advantages to those who are desirous of prepar ing for college, for the teachers vocution,or who wish to acquire an academic education. Jnr. Hpniaing win in assision vj tmtm rfn i. .. IND EMM I T Y. ' AGENCY OPTHK ;)qto nsitv"aiuf tfo. HARTFORDCONN. ,, CASH CAPITAL, $200.000.. WITH A' . ,, . .... ( LARGE SURPLUS. ... S. h. LQOMIS, President. It. KEIXOGG, Secretary. insures stores, n.erchsndise, mills, facto ries, ond petsonsl properly genernlly, at rutes consistent with the hazard assumed. ' . . DWELLING HOUSES . And their conteats. insured lor a term of years on the most favoraMe terms.'" Pnrlicular st- . i. : .. ,i : I u .1 I... a icuiiuii if given iv una uiaiiuu ui iiiauiaiiut', by this Company. LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID. S. A. BVHNA 1", Agent, ' August II , '67. ' Pomeroy, Oli i-).1 SPLENDID PASSENGER sS STEAMER COURIER. JOHSM'LUKE, Master. iAS. C. JELLY, Clerk. will iaaiva and dcpart a follow : Leave Wlmeling every Tuesday at 7 o'tlock, P. M, Pass Marli-Ha " Weilnemlnv 4 A.M. Arrives at Parkeribiirg . 5 Loavc ". Paswa Pomornr ' everv ' " - 2 " P. M , Pi. Pleasant " liullipnlis " " tiuyanrfoMo '' " ' , " Catlottaburg. , " " Portamniilli '" Arriving at Ciuchmatl, Tburmloy inorr.ing. ar.tr rni mo. Leaves Onrlrinatl every Frldny nt 5 'o'clock., P. M7 X ses. such , as: Snvrmatorrheen. Seminal 5."X'T"' II """ . V ,: v l riobs We'skness, Impotence, Gonorrhiea, Gleet,! u Gnyamiotto ' ' ' " " tj;'."''-' ;'" Syphillis, the vice oi unanism. or &en .louse, ; " aiiiji.na . , . &V Ac il.; 1.1 " Ht. Pleasant ' T . ' , The Howard Association, 111 view or tht i Airivc at Parkersburg Sunday 5 "..A.M. awful destruction ot human life, caused by j Leaves 8 " . . " Stxual diseases, and the decenlions , urac - Arrives at AVhoinif Sunday veninp. HOWARD -ASSOQIATIOl, PHILADELPHIA nportaiit Aunouiicciueni.' rpd all persons iifllicted with Sexual Dise.i 3 3i 8 Simldiiip:. and bv others, should occasion roqiurc. Mrs. SpnldlnK, for tho past live years, has boon en traced In Now EiiK'and schools, The Academy lias a cood Philosophical and Chem. leul apparatus; also, Cutter's Outline Maps for lllus tralinc Physiology. , TUITION Common branches, from S3 to $5; hiph- er,6.SUnlid S; drawins;, (34 lessnni,) 44; nistructlon on Piano, (S4 lessons,) M. Use of Piano per quarter, ' Honma iniv bo obtained, and bonrd. at va places In the town, on reasonable terms. Por cata logue or further information, apply to the Principal. By order of Board of Trustees. C. K. POMEKOY, Secretary. PdmefnyKapl. 80, U37w ". ' ! "new establishment, O. HAAGr, rilJN AND LOCKSINIITH uvatP V R Horton's Lumber Yard. a. persons thus o;niciea.wno.; uy ny n-'uei. , 10lr,lT OF COMMON t'LKAS. MEKiS ADOVeJVir. V . p. laorion a Jjumuei iu, . eSennt on of their condition, mire. Of- I , r ........ -nrin: r...v i-:...:rr ... n,.i. ........ v j mi ii i, v ,r i nun ii u un u. i.ia.jiiiij, m"" Size of Nebraska Territory. But few are probably await of Hie great size of Nebraska. It is our largest Territory. It will make about a dozen States as large as unto. xseDiasfca is auuui ouc-oixiu the size of Europe. To Tst Sckd Corn. Roraove the cov ering of the chit, and if it is sound, it will look bright and natural. If not, it will look livid and dead, examine mis matter carefully, as there was a great deal of un- npu corn last tail. umo umvaior. The Charter Oak Chair. The fa mous chair, made from pieces of tin old Charter Oak" for the city of Hartford, and which the Common Council refused to ac cent and drt for, on th ground that the . f. . . . bill 1376) was an extravagant one, nss hff.n nurchased bv Col. Sam. Colt. The puce paid was five nunarea aonars yThe four runaway negroes from Kanawha, crossed the Ohio at the Ulippe saw-mill, about three miles below this place, Friday night, and made good their escape to the cold regions of the North. ThT were several times intercepted but tised UDon the unfortuate viciims or such diseases by Quacks, have directed their Con- j suUiiitr Sunreon, as a chaiitable act worthy their Hume, to give medical advice gratis,, N. :. BAKKK St CO., Aeents, Wheeling;. ' tIAl.L, MATHEKS A CO.. Marietta. : W. Hw.MATTINGLV, Parkerfbuig. T. McBUKMK, Ciliclmisll. 'Oct. 87,- IM7. 34! f ' PROBATE COURT. The State of Ohio, Meigs County SS Final settlement of accounts. Notice is hereby given that the ac counts of the following person have been filed in the Probate Court, tn and lor saiu county, for settlements Moses A. ebster, Adra'r. of Augustin Webater, deceased; hi ijati Jones, Adm'r. ot Wm. McUaniel, dec d; b. u. Larkin, Guar.lian of James E. Bullock. Said accounts will be heard and settled or. Si tur ray, the 24th day of April next. ARI HTK Mb.KKIL.L), Probate J u,dge. 1&-w3 . - : T. SUTCLIFF, Silk, Woolen fe Cotton Dyer, Ssc, Con dor Street, back of the Boiling Mill, Pomeroy, Ohio, RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of Pomeroy snd vicinity, that he is now DreDareu to clean or dye. all articles Of uenis or Ladies' apparel. Also, every variety of Household Draperies regenerated; Bonnets Bleached or Uyed; Kid (i loves cleaned. 1 From his lone experience in the business, Mr. Sutcliff hopes to be able to give general satisfaction to all who favor him with their patronage. . 3-iy HOLLOYVAY'S OINTMENT. , Circular lo ihe Sick. THE first hospital sur(?consaii(l medical puullciatsof Europe admit the uuparalleleilaiitt-liiifluininutory and healing properties of this Ointment; governments sanction its ase in their naval and military services ; and tho musses In this country and throughout the world repose the utmost confidence in Its curative properties. It penetrutos the sources ef inflamma tion and corruntion which underlie the external evi dences of disouiM, and neutralize the (lery elements which leeu aiKiexuspernie me maiiioy. UlsCuniiUisiii, Scrolulu, Erysiu ' elsas. These are among the most terrible ami agonizing diseases or the musclos, the tlvsny nore anu sain, yet in their worat forms, and when seemingly incurable. the) invariably disappear under a persevering appli cation or tins looming, nouiing, anuuoie to pain anu Inflammation. Suit Itlieuiu, Fever aores, SUA" Joints. In cases of Rait Rheum, where medical waters., lo tions, and every recipe of the pharniucopiea have proved useless, the Ointment will accomplish a thor ough cure. Fever sores hoal quickly under ita in. 6uence, and its ruluxing eflect uou contracted sinew is truly wonderful. Disclanrginir Ulcers. A most remarkable and happy change la produced in thu appearance of maliguant ulcers after a few ap plications of this Ointment. The surrounding redness vanishes, and granules of healthy Besli begin to take the place of the discharged matter. This process goes on more or less rapidly until the orifice is tilled up with sound materiul, and ilia uleer radically cured. A Word lo mollieis. ' The young are the most' 'frequent sufferers from ex rnal lnlu-l... nnd therefore everv mother should bavo this healing preparation constantly at linnd. It la an aosoiuiespecinc ior sure oruaaba, ,nu uioves the encrusted sores which sometimes disfigure tho heads and faces of children. Si&niflc;iiit Facts. This Ointment Is universal!? used en board the At lantic aud Purine whaling Beet as a cure for scorbutic between-Front and Second (streets, I'OIHUBOY, : ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity that he has located at the above named place, where I e may always be found prepared td fill all orders pertaining to bis line, such as finishing and repairing . ,. Locks, Keys, Window Shutters .Iron Fences, mid all kinds of (juus, Pistols, Ac Surgical Instruments manufactured to order, the ag6i anJ wjll ,,,1, ihe most approved according to drawings, or repaired. , modern treatment. : . . ; . He will spare no pains to give satisfaction JuSt puiisdej, by the association, a Report toall who may favor him with their patronage. on spermatonaea, or Seminal Weakness, the All orders executed on the shortest notice Tlce of Onanism, Masturbation or Sell Abuse, and the most reasonable terms. nnd other diseases of the Sexual Organs, by c" "AAG- I the Consnltng Snrneon, . whioh will be sen; August 4, '57. j by mail, (in a sealed envelope,) free of charge, on the receipt ot Two blnmps, ior posinge TO TEACHERS. THE B'ard of School Examiners for Meigs county wiU meet on the first Saturday of each mouth, excepting August snd Septem ber, at the Center Scliuol-house, in Pomeroy, for the examination of Teachers, ' Hour oi meeting, 10 u'clock a. m. By order of the Hoard. , .... J. M. EVANS, Clerk. Jan 1, '68. ' -' - .' ' ; . '. F IlUll: TREE S! THE subscriber offers for sale about - 0,000 A.pple.TroeB, S to 3 yenra from graft, Sueaml stocky plants, raised ou his own urouiio, and tha, varieties scleutud with ternal Injuries, and therefore every mother should especial ruference to the . SVII 1I11U HSZSMIC l vsnsv, uaau m-mi . ' -South-west, . ki T Invite the eancrinl attention of the thous ands nf purchasers who have failed or been disap. pointed will! eiisiurn irees. my pMur.iii.ii .a ...j Lv.u...ln a,,.! nnmnlftte. emhracina! a LAKOKa VIR1STV i-u.a f. roiiKD in 4T Nraiffat im tub Varrsp tTa. i WILLIAM W. HUBBbLL, . One mile above Kutland, on the Athunsroad, DecemberH, S7. 4m- jff.Moigs Co., Ohio cupation, ha:.usot iiiu, sc.,j anil in cases or jert Ojll)ons an(1 wiUiam Kennedy, defand extreme poverty andsuneriiig, t lurmsn meu. ; an,g.Tlie saij Robert Gibbons, defendant, icine free of charge. ;. ! m Hie' State of Kentucky, will te notiee The Howard Asstciation is s benevolent In-j l(ljlt v,ii0m Juab, of the county of Meigs, stitution, established by endowment, for the s,)lle of 0)io Ul(Ii t,ie 7tn day r reliefof the Sick and distressed, afflicted with : Mfiv ,s57i flle his sni(, petitioii in HieorTice "Virulent and fcpidemic Diseases." It has of Cltrk of the (!outt or (jommon PIe now a surplusof means, which the Uirectois ; fot sfllJ ,co,llltyi against the said KobertGi- huvc miw i capcuu ... . ".null, t.. . b . , vi iani rvenneily. deleiidanis. ask ing said Court to decree that the said defend-. ants mike and execute to the said William' Joib a deed of the following premises, situ ate in the town of Sliertield, Meigs County, Ohio, to-wit: Tho north-west fourth of lot N'o. 68, in said town of Sheffield. The said R.;liert Gibbons is hereby .notified to appear rnd answer said petiiioo on or befor the third Saturday alter the thirteenth ilny of March. iSOS. . WILLIAM JUAB, -fu3-8-Gt 83.50 Dy N. .siMraoN. notice, It is neeulfSi to add that the Associ alion commands the hichest medical skill o affections, and as the best possible remedy for wounds and bruises. Large supplies or it nave receiuiy Deun ordored by the Buluu of Turkey for hospiutl purposes. the 4 ... Ill l IUSUCI Ml W Jl U w pursuers each tim lacked nerve to n- ,.om(,foy or ,t Ma mf t hw.- - fiVffh .F"f. - . et4 h'i, r;nny. GEORGE DANA & SON, NURSERYMEN,1 Bel pre, Washington County O. l, E NOW HAVE ON HAND a large slock it of Apple trees, very thrifty and healthy, embracing the most desirable variety ; also, Cherrvond I'ear Trees a few of thebeslkind Also, Evergreens and Ornamental trees, in eluding Korway Spruce, White Spruce, Bal cam Fir. Swedish J uniiier, A rosricsn and Chi nese Arbor Vitas. Scotch Pine Austrian Pine, White Pine. fcc. Our Everereens are very fine indeed. We venture no finer ones can be found in anv nursery west or the mountains All who mav wish to obtain trees are invited to call an see them. Everureens may be re moved in tubs or boxes, with but utile risk anytime previous to the middle of June. We can forward trees promptly by the daily pack eta from Parkcrsbtirch to Gallinolit. Cats lnmiea mav be had on t ie " bilver btar," ana ore ft tiiWira. Lry Address, Da. Geo. R. Galiioun, Consulling Surgeon, Howard Association, -n. 2, South Ninth Street, Philadeiplna, fa. uy oroer oi the Diteotors. (ticu. i Aim hilp. Sec'y. l r V. Ukirtwell, f res. 1837. ' 1343-7-. FALL AND WINTER O. BRANCH & OOI, V HAVE juit received, and are now opening at their old.staiid, oil the . ..... . - EAST SIDE OF COURT STREET, Afresh Siiplv of ; Both tub Ointment amp fills should kvbcoin tbk roLLowiaa cun : Bunions, Mercurial .Swelled Rpruins, Burns. . . Eruptious, :' Glands, 8tiff Joints, Chapped piles, "ore Leg's, Tetter, nnnas, Hneuniaiisin,ooTe nreusia, dicers, Chilblains, Rlnprworm, SorC Iieuos, Venereal, ristuia, halt nneum, mvre j nroais, nwrra, Gout. Scalds. Sores of all Woimdsofall Lumbairo, :filtln disease, kinds, kinds, IHP CAUTION 1 None' are fcenuine unleaa tha csrnibie asajWATEK-aiAaiaiii every leal words "HoLLDWAV, New Voaa and Londow," are dls- 1 State of Ohio, charging the Sa ,LV ma:i with wilfully abandoning her ELIZABETH BARNES vs. Ira Uarnes Pe tition for Alimony Tne defendant, Ira Barnes of Placerville, Eldorado County and State of California, is hereby notified, that Elizabeth Barnes did on the 23th day of March, 1858, file her petition for Alimony, in the of fice of the Clerk ff the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county or Meigs ana said ira uarnes, ir without ffnod or directions around each pot or box; the same may ' . . - . -fn.-j im. be plainly seen by holdino raw Laar to the usht. A cause, Snd has since wholly refused to pro- bandsnme reward will be (riven to any one rendering vide for and Support her. , The petition 8IS0 sueh In formation as may lead to the detection of any PhBTuem the laid Ira Barnes with adultery with n. n..ll....nli.l.rfalllii. Iha ma.lii.A.a,0Ull. . v,,"'.v . . . r. . r . ltr".T'"r".'-" V. . r u."".'rr . . . divers Dersons in theStale 01 uaurornta, un- iiiEina suine, anowuiE .w.ni w u, hii.. ..... -u:. nA anuwii (jcniiwuti. .us wwjw. .... of said petition is, that sue ue auowea re-. Bnnahl alimonv in the real estate of the said Ira Barnes, and that she have the ctistodr anal control of the miuur children. Said petition stands for hearing at the next term of said Court. 10' wit: the 25th day of May, 1868, and I unless he plead answei Of demur to said petition, the same will be taken as true. , 1 ELIZABETH BARNES, By Ha nna 4 Earhart, her Attorneys. March 30-w6. ....-. ' 1 ', -vet , , ''.u,l:it Haf1 Xs1 W iU II Grooeri o "s , Hardware, QiiccMSWHrw, Ac., Suitable for the season and they lake pleasure in inviting their old customers and irieuus 10 call and examine for themselves uenire pur chasing elsewhere, feeling eoiitident .nat ihe can oiler '' v . '' ' . Good Bargains. Thankful lor past favors, they will endeav or to merit a contint ance of the same. - Fon.eroy, ucc. 1, ion: , Sold at the Manufaotorv of- rofeaaor Hol.l.owiv, 60 Maiden Lane, New York., and by all respectablo Druggists and Dealers in Medicine mrougiiuut ie United States and the civilized world, in boxes el 5 eents, MX rents, Mid 1 each, JT f l uereis aconsiueraoie savins; in mikihe; mo i"' gcr sizes. - H, rj. utrecuons for mo ruiaanr. oi jFBfc.vi... Mm fever disorder, are afllxed lo each box. maru-iu-cow. Marietta and , Cincinnati, , R A LR U AD. On anJ after Monday, February 11, '68. trains wilt leave Athens as follows: Going East For Marietta on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Ssturdays, at 1.30 -. m. . Going West Fot Cincinnati at 9.00 a. m.,' making close connection at Loveland with the afternoon train of the Li'.tle Miami Rail load for Columbus. ' GEORGR BARNES, Superintendurit. tiw.' ATTACHMENT NOTICE. ISAAC. CObT, against Charles Pearsons Before John Hug, a Justice of the Peacs of Salem township, Meigs CourUy Ohio. On the I5lh day of March, A. D., 1858, said Jus tice issued an order of attachment in tie above action forlhe sum of four dollars debt and eitfht dollars probable : costs of suit. Said cause is set for trial on ihe 1st day of May, 1838, at M o'clockA. M! ISAAC C'JST. , 11- CHA8. BIC'IIM ANN. ' AXDBBW BUItKKUT, BICilJliNX OURKEitT, NO HUMBUG I ; "Small ProtltM mid Qu.ck Sales." ' IS TUB MOTTO AT 1 1 Xlood'e OJ.d BtAUd, . . F(vs t Street, , ...... ,.. pOMKROY, OHIO. WE keepconstanlly on hand good us-, aortinent of Gold and Silver Welches, Clocks of everv description, and Fancv At'.i cles, which we will sell at .good bargains, at the lowest cash price. , . . All goot'saud work warrant to give satis faction. IJ'- 19- 6m- "liriLLIAM J SHKPHERD plaintiff, against : VV Joshua J. Wood, defe-idant Before A. Dunlan. J ustice ot Peace of Scipio townshiii. i Meigs County,' Ohio. On the 10th day of jPenfunry, A. D.' 1868, said Justice jssned an order of attachment in the above action, lor j the sum of twenty .dollars aiul fift y ecutsdebt, I andcosis, not exceeding fifty dollars.. WILLIAM J. SHICPIIEHIV Hy Wm. Shepherd , Agent for Plaintiff. March Ii 3t. . ' nouE inmFfor sale BEING about to bnve this pnrt of the Conn .' . try, I will sell my house and lot in Pom eroy, nt a GREAT BAUGA1N, tn a CASH. PURCHASER. The location is central, and -pleasant, and everything about it conveniift and coiiiforlable. For furihei particulars in quire of . A. THOMSON. Pomeroy, February P, lf5S. 6-tf .: "dissolution. . THE PARTNERSHIP - bferetofore existin? under the name of Stivers &. Swallow, in.. this d:iy dissolved by mutual cuiisent. All. il-lit .1 nr. ih firm or nl.li':itions incurred bv lit will be settled b, II. II. Swallow. i I W. STIVKHS, H. H. SWALLOW". Feb. 25, 1&33.. i I The bunineasof the establishment will be I cund itcted bv the undersigned at the old stand of W. Stivers, coiner 6f Court and Front sts , where he will be happy to ae Ihe former frienda and plrous of the house. ' Maroh 9. 10-31 , , Ii. II. SWALLOW. ,. LUMBER F01V SALE. 1 1 SV. Ruhscriber olTurs for sale nn reason- I nMe Herm.i, a birge lot'of weli-nsoiied Pine and Htinlock Lumber and blutiylct Thus within to nurchat, arw ini'ed 10 call and examine for themselves, at the Coal R,dge Mill Yafil. A.' Mi:l0CK. . CAUTION.' N JUSTICE to a liberal p-nMrA, t ilwin it L my clutji to , warn tlnin of - neli cm- stitiited agents for my botiae. tli rep- ie.iat that they are connected with me in the Jewelry business,' in "order, probably. to dispose of spunoms wares. Among others. is the. famous Ltltle Bear," wilji wliom l am in uo wise connected) in business, and will not be responsible for nrticles palmed on upon -the public as genuine. ' 1 A'. A. A1CL1EK, Jeweler, Poraroy. . 12-lf. .i . : i ; l :.' SI1EPHEKU BEEVES, Plaintiff, (against James Irwin, Defendant Belore A. Duu lap J ustice o Peace,, ot Ecipio Tov. sUip, Mcijrs County, Onto. On the. 13lh day of Ftbruary.'Ai 1853,' sil Justice issued an utder-of attachment in Ihe above action, fot Ihe sum of two hundred and fifty-five dollar and filly cents debt, and Iweiily-five dollars probablecoM. SHEPUEltl) RREVP.S. j! . By Richard K n, nt IS.r P.biin t(T.