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j blossoming in truth niid justice anil right TIT BSD AY,: 1.1 tli true auccass. v mi many men 7T7.... I i v itlieir worldly losses are their it.nisriUra - il. i . I lion, and worldly nuecess onthe other hand TJ lotion fourth, haioom mid liV their' tomb. Prospermia in temporal tfm, but in consequence of the nbwnre matter, tl.oy.atand up lika old pyramids. r i ., v', . .1 t e mitrhtily built, but with inside only dual, of.lh editor, no notice of the iloing of , Xf Wmuh,K vlm dimb lli viiixeiis :pn the occasion, appears .111 ilhe vt trui,, 0f prosperity and blossom our paper lo-dny. And or the name rca-' elegantly at the top in tho eves of the Uftu aevrHlfeniattei-8 that should have boeu J world, while they bear no fruit; and many nuti-ed,-Tmmbth,f.red, jolliers, who reach but a abort distance , m ' ' j from tho ground, have every twig oover- Succms asu lSwLiais in Li trie. -We -d with purple fruit. Hut we must go far rb'ish in another piano Bomewhnt ex- bk of all those temporal tl.i-gs, in co- , r i- . 1 tr u- 1 SKlerinjr our subject. tendfd report of a lecture by Henry W ard Lol , '1)0k t the elements of sue- IJeseher, deliveril before the . Mercantile Library Association. We think our reaJ ra wili not object loathe apace ii occupies if they will. but give it n cartful reading. jtefTlie Great Pictorial papur for the l'ourth of July. (Rrother Johnafhan,) is issued as usual by R: IV. Day, New York. is particularly rich and spirited this year. Sent by mail, post paid, for 12 cts. p-rlopy.' . , ' Jtfft Ttro farmers of Mrgs County, are in the midst of harvest. "From all we can lohrn from various parts of the County, we tliinV there is at least a fair average crop of wheat; Th iecent hot weather has ripened U with t;r.nt rapnlt-y, and the yield is much' better than was anticipated a short tiura since. V have heard of some iut, and nmo destroyed by the "lil, but on lb wind the crop will ba n fair one. The corn, 'throughout tin) County promises very fir. Tliu grass uevsr butter, and jiotatoea hk exceedingly tine. Whether tho fairm-r will realize a v-muuration for his lahois or not, the country will ha blessed with abuudanco ef provisions. t. - 3&r Capl. Kujsil.of the Silver S'.ar,'' lias recently made, a contract with the General Croveriimunt to vstablUh a regular tri-weekly mail between l'onwroy and l'arkertdmrg. Kui th pr.'sent, there wi.l lit no distribution of letters on the boat, but each tdticc along the line will have a mail-hi exclusively for itl, which will receive only sudi matter may come t either l'tntroy or I'atierisburg for such place. It is to lfl hoped, lwwevr, that the land -routes along tii 4iwe may lie iiandotiod, and the wholn Lne-invss given tess. First One Is health. Health should bo preached and taught as n duty, and a morality, and the want of it as an immor ality. We would not say health is one of the Christian graces, but that it under- J lays them all. Nearly all tho groat ends 01' life require health to their attainment. In a high sta'eof physical health each and all the raembjs are butter able to perform their respectivo functions, trod made man and nature to be in such harmony, that in health there will be the greatest happi ness in the mere enjoyment of sen lie tit, active being. . ' The social affections depend much on a healthy body; Where: one man is made gentle by bodily ailments, a hundred are made pes vish. The dyspeptic carries more faggots and hotter fires in bis stomach than vt burnt in Smiihfield, Even more needful is health to the intel lectual and moral nature of man. Some men think tho mind is like n bird's nest, perched in the topmost branches of a tree, but not a part thoreof. liut the mind iai more like the blossoms of tho tree, affected bv eveiything which affects the body. Some who rume lo ministers complaining of a moral disease need A physical regi men, and moral condition will often be de termined by physical condiiion Mighty as truth is to the. conscience, the sponge to the kin mightily helps it. You oan not keep (rod's moral law And neglect his natural law. It is far easier to keep them both at once, than either separately, ft very love them, and the power to live depend more on what you ait than 011 what they are. Love will nlwiiys gain Jin echo 0 response.. That man who gathers joy on of every human countenance, as the be gathers honey from every flower, ciiino bo aaid to have lost success in life. Many young men think that the necessities .ot business require them to bo, in the world like a saw, to rip snd tear along, regard less of others. TI10 man who has worked to enrich himself,, has not succeeded in life. That man pays more than i; worth for gold, who pays his lua:t. The next element of success, is for a man to have such a trainit.g as to use his external circumstances when propitious, and not to lose himself, while at the same lime be does not brake down Under adver sity. We may mark the progress of the world by this, that men who liave attained wealth have employed it in these disas trous times to the behests of their better nature. Wo were phad to see a man standing 011 the pedestal of prosperi.y, and giving such witness of true manhold, it was (something greater than that to go down from woidly propeiiiy and exhibit a Christian phase of character at the other extreme. It is a great thing Im stand w ith a perpetual equipoise of contentment. That is ma-ihood, and that is suc cess. The last element of success to be now mentioned is the greatest the religious but it need not detain us, for it is pre. tinted every Sabbath from all our pul pits. ..... , . ' To win success in life, il ls not needful to do what wo set out to do,' or to succeed in the material part of life at all. All his worldly desires may bo thwarted, and yet man may succeed. Some persons deem a man ruined- not when be has lost his integrity, his honor, his reason, his family, his health but when he ha lost his property. That may bo tho way that man makes man, but that's not the wuy mat uoq maKes mau. hid bankruptcies that hurt nun are not the bankruptcies of tho pocket. Many men would have dono bitter 1 1 this world had they not Wen wrongly placed. N per m would wonder at the failure of an ox on the rnc.o course, itr the failure, of a racer in the plotijb. No nttii n or It is CIHCTJX,LR. On the first day of July, 1857. B. A. Fahncstoclc, and George W. Fehneitock, of Philadelphia, Pa., A. B. Hull, of New-York, and J. L. Schwarn, ef Pittsburgh, re-associated themselves for a further term of buincs, under the style and firm, as heretofore, of . ' , . B. A. FAHNftSTOCK St Co., Pittsburgh, Pa., 4 .. B. A. FAHNESTOCK Se Co., Philadelphia, P., B. A. FAHNESTOCK, HULL & Co., New-York City. In each of which three cities we continue our Wholesale Drug Business in all its branches. Particular attention will be given to the importation" of pi-opri-ctary articles from abroad and a full stock of wclUcstablisllcd popular remedies will be kept constantly for sale. Orders for Cur B. A. PAHNESTOCIOS well-known Vormifugo (of which we are the SOLB PROPRIETORS and EXCIU8IYE KAMXt FACT 0BEB8 ) should be addrcisdd to either of the above-named establishments. Ws continue th nxtilildcture of Whita Lead, Red Lend, and Litharge, at Pittsburgh. DRUG S I or a. . m:i;uoiiivi. ak', FRONT STRKET, I'OMKUOY. OHIO. WIIOI.KSALK n I reti.il .lenlcr in Drue iMeilu iucH, Clieiniciil.s, line T.oilrl Soups, line llnir mil Tooth lirnslio, IN rl'imierv, I'niiits, Oils, Varnishes, L)y.vtiili'j, Sim 11' 11 ml I Citiars. I Kuncy and 'l'oilet rtii lej; (Hire Wine.-. 11 ml t I hiiior", nr medical iici lianlcii Kcd I Tl usses oml Sliiiiililcr-lir.ictN. I'fiv.iicinHs' rrcsrriilioii!i enrefully coin I loiinlt tl, din) nil iiiiIvin corieciiy nimvrreil. .Mtilicines wnrrniiien eiinnic, sml 01 1 ne iic.-i .juolily. .May 17. liS.wv() im NEW CASH hTOUE IN I'OMKUOY. 6-(im COOKS ATXOW PRICES. HAR1 TIMES MADk EA 8 V! iVw Atillim-ry iu i'ttnieroy. MltS. Hi 1). (illWUNj NMJl 'N kti til I Hi: ttliifU 111 I'niitlnf 1 . a nl vicinity tfint (the h ilotr 111 rt-i'ciil t DB BSiDSIia MH'B SOTS' si,raaMS, HATS AND CAPS, i ...... C3r3roc5oiries, 3Sardw&re, QUE E TSf S W A 11 E, &. C. MA VINO 1'URCHASKD THE EKTIRE INTEREST OF W. STIVERS in the Establishment formerly conducted by him, comer of Front nnd Court Streets, I'omeroy, I desire to say to the old patrons of the House, and iho I'lJULlC GENERALLY, (bat I design l;eepinr nt.nr as possible) everything necessary to Country Produce, 011 the most fiivurnule terms. complete a full stock of Goods in the above lines, which will be sold for Cash or uimtxi'V iiitnmvfnu-nt m;tdai n A ureal citv is a sle'p toward tho improvement of its j will do well that has not that oCcitpsti. morals. A sick minister is not a fit leader i that fits hint. The Gtness of a mail I for a conreirstion. Asceticism, fa'se ! his Work is scarcely eVef thought ot. 'pliilos..phy and other-evils which have dis-j Mot to Wh:it ccii:ilioM a young man is ... . ail : .t . - . I .1..., kv.ai. l.k.vL. I.itr It. ta..iaf rt tuttea the wouu, nave spruji irom un- aopieu incw iwn, d.M standings clouded by unhealth. Most think of it. Many men are forced into of the gieatvst hresis wero biliary in ! the ministiy, for iiielanccv tv Width they their origin. In tho morning when the j have as much fitness as thfc huiltipliCAtion body is fresh from rest, tho world seems ; table has to bo tho ten commandments- bright and pleasant, and not large enough; j It lakes .1 very honest man to island tit the st 111 hhi 1l is - not so lai-jr. and at tiiirht I itlace where be cannot succeed. Passing everything seems discouraging and the j by all the points tm which, did time per- 10 tap., llussell. i I. ri U,, ,e woVld on our'shoulders. at noon ! of the imagination, pride, and th. like we points to supplied : l,itll lI.M-kuig. U.. , w, ,. h Jown at n;g,lt we are glad j come at last to 11 close with that which Mo, kiujr)ort, O., Belleville. Va.. Ltg to lw" un.n it and let the world carry embraces in itself all that is needed for it o r..n-ivirili. V.t.. IM.'.isanL t H4. success in life :-- a-:... -.",... it" ...1 r st, ... I Health i necessary ta the Christian 'Finally, brethren, whatsoever things irv, in., witiiv nrim, ....-i-.M . . - . . - '.i.. .!.:. 1...., I.-Lii..ri4. A si-t i-iii , l tlm wliiiiiKrir thitiL's are iuL. whatsoever O., Minor-jvilte, O., and I ,.ui. , ,e : )XUKut u not. romivnihl ! thino-s are mire, whatsoever things are jwith the r ligiou that springs from love. I lovely, whatsoever things are of goood re i It was well for the old 1t11ch01i.es that i port; if there be any villus, and if there they retired into seclasioii, where men j be any praise, think or. these things. wotilil not uiKl how teevisii iiie were, tor had they not they would never have got into the caleiuiar, or they would have got into that other one. There are ex.M ptions to the rule, for there Imve been invalids who have taught in : t lv.ii f r ....... V- If !lrai- ).. -yiacue, Mason Ci.y, Va. ' ' feel coitlideiit lhat nil will ioin he-iriy elf-:ingralulaiioii that il is in Cspt Russell's chaige. who" pcuniMiily will gain nothing by it, but dM- it freely f-ju hi "mate love toH-comniodate. !4ttrr- Ami sVusliire In 1.1 f .Such isihelileof the Mercantile hi- noble less-ms; but he dth i- esneiuially ihe liraiv L-c;.ure f Wednesdny evening, dan. prime element of Hiiccess in life, b'icain.i I. tihby Rev. Iboiiy Ward IJ.r-her. The ' it euahh-s all others to giv out their trm following ' soni-wlisl exeiided reprt of j value. What good would all the wealth I I, is bfiure w evjiy from ihe. JSottuit J of the continent do. if ono bad the colic? Traveler: ! A man may have what he pleases-: if he "ll was a remarkable fact, Mr. U her j has ihe toothache, it is of no use. aid, that no other creature in the world! The second element of success is the as so apt to oe hi wr as man. No J ability 10 open and exert all the p arts of a other required so much showing, nnd n ' man's nature. This is to educate. Edu oiher, utiakown, whs so npt to fail. The 'cation is the aliiliiy to use with power all Jion oines to lionhood by instinct. Birds ' the elements of power which God has put from their commencement aim at the veiy ' in Us. A man's power lies in tho coni thiu lin y were intended fr. Kven the I binde action of all his powers. One finger bee "uwd aunt cniry each its whole self has some power, another has another use, with it from the veiy beginniug. Grow- I but wlu-n we wish l grasp in earnest We iti ' a all that is necewsjii y for the plant. take the whole hand. Force is not culli- - ... .... - .1 1 r Jin' training is nei-ilcd tor man. The animal creation may tie ranked nc- vcrding to their susceptibility to educa- Will tin conducted, as heretofore, under the supervision of N. M. M'GLOTIILIN. nssiistud by n competent workmen as any in the county. Everything in the w ay of Makin-', Cutting, or Impairing, prompuy aiteiuicti 10. roceivo'l, .together with a lull st;ick ot Mollis, l .issimeres, l'omer.ov, March 3J, ICoC. Have just Ujch Vesting. Jic' POM Kl t V FO IT N J ) E 1 IV AND MACHINE Sl!Ol VI. I, ritstini; of tr.ui uml Hr n Ill Kull-iimWiiifc 11U0 in tin- t'oal Hikihofk, car- lieeln. te. K,.w r (irlst mills. I'rniik.4. I'r olvon-.. Splnll-N, SluifK, 'iille. Spur niul ll.'vel wlucls, jf llio unt iiiipmveil nittrii. Menm i".iirnie. 01 uicriiir w.-..i;v.i II.iuhj iinile .nJ Slov- fur Coal ruiioluntly o lltOMl. .Mui'lihiery or nil Kin.li re.nir.i.i wmi ir.-i. nnu t.'uM or wrimirlU iron. J. V'. ii. HTAl'KCOLK. t'c.lllT, v. 11, !(. . ..... ... -V li. 1 h;iV now on hiilHl.tlnlalKMl, ciglu saw-null cticiie!v of ihffer'iil pnllcrm. vated enoiioli in our day, for fear f strengthening impetuosity or passionate energy, which may produce evil results. ?... . . . -. . 1 - . T" I. i . I ... 1 . 1 lion. i liose l.irlliest I10111 llieir euucaiion 1 ei 11 is wnas gooa men neeu 10 mane t the beginning are the highest. Tho J progress with. It is only by using every babe, which it to be at manhood a little part of the mind that great results can be lower than the angels, is at zero nt the be-' attained. ginning of us life, and baa a long journey j Men are apt to make their tiappiness de to reach ith ol-ieet and end. Man carries rend on one or two faculties, and if these wi'h hiiu a ivi'iment of fa:iilturi. Lininiinr ' tiro blocked 111), lllev.are deprived of ideas- I oo. li mxl nil ..f u lii.'li I.. i;c li i. . Iw.ui Wire. T-'or inslaiiCM. idirm t.t nrlfl i in ! dbOVO dclei'al loll Uindail consiitules tiue manhood, lie ! and talk to them, of moral subjeois, they ! amended so as to read that the delegation who is not thus drawn twit Is not a man, 1 ssy; i am full happy, let bickness come,' ! have the power to nit all vacancies 111 meir and put their whole happiness into bodily uumtier, aim passeu. enjoyments. 1 hey had a parlor, but tbey lived in the kitchen, and when that was they had nowhere else to Kortlie Molf County Tolonrth Kenublicaii tToisiity (oiiveutlon- Pnismant to call of their Central Com miltee, the Republicans of Meigs County met in Convention at the Court-IIouse, at I l ii'c-lock. A. M..nnd on motion N. Simp son was elected Chairman and W. II. Las ley appointed Secretary. A tier the objects of the Convention were slated by Arthur Merrill, a recess was taken till i o'clock P. M. The Conveuii.m assembled at 1 o'clcck I. M., and ordered a committee of three members to b appointed by the Chair, to j nominate three delegates to represent the- Republicans of Meigs County 111 their Slate Convention, to be held at Columbus, O.. on the 13ih of July next. Judge A. Merrill, Oren Branch and M. Cooper, Esjs., were appointed that Com mittee, and immediately reported, naming the fol'owing persons, to-wit.: Delegates II. II. Swallow, It. 1 Ilud Kon, Cyrus Russell. Alternates C. Grant, Josiah Simpson, J. Brown. The report of the Committee was re ceived and tho above delegates and al ternates were, on motion, elected by the Convention. It was then moved that the Central Committee of Meigs bhould be empow ered to fill all vacancies incurring in th The motion was NEW ESTABLISHMENT. GUN AND LOCKSMITH Above Mr. V. R. llorloii's Lumber Yard, between Front and Seeond streets, lOiH i:il Y. VNNOlNCKS to I lie c iliac-11s r.f Pomcroy and vicinity that lie lies locntei' t the iilove niniied place, where i e niny always he found ireinred to till all orders nertainiug lo his linei silchos finishing siol repsifinj! Iocli, Keys, WIikIiiw felmitrs li-oit IViscs. iiud sill liimtsol' 44iiii. Bisiol, Air.. SnrjL'irnl I list mine 11 Is ina 11 11 l.i cl 11 red la order, according lo drtiwi 11 ;.., or repaired. lie willspnrc no (isiiis to give siitisfnc lion to all who inuy liivor him with Iheir pnlronai;e. All orders executed 011 the shortest notice and the most reaJoiwnde terms. C II A AO. A iiiiist 1, '57. " s r" HN i7Ti Civfilirs i.-rr I'uNT Rotary Harvester INI) K M N IT Y, A t-H.M'Y OK 'I'HK nxm insurance fo. Hie hif;et nrf finijii, .stocd .lit Millinery iioodH .rr i.ir rod iti I ln mnrkef, f; wliicli iKt in v il us Hie niielilhiri of itll persy'i.irW'Yi? l' piircliime. Hi t Wii'tiellCt; in lite (imWim I'i.i Iwe ni trt eliMldi-d hef n ilt'(:tllVl; JhmI.i is (nnllrii Cmi) to il..ii(t kikI Imviriv piiCn fed i lie Urrl of t-iperit-m'-eil, U Oi kijitli, Kl e 1.1 now loepiired lo ieiiiifnci.iirc tiriirilRf. mid, ln, l-i do nil kin il.s i die: Mini! mid r. jinii.iiiy ni l 11 k in' n KiiiiNimri'il iiui 11 hi r, nid o'i r-iiNonslile lerinn. llerhloeK rniisixls of Mourn Ic nf t vi fv ile si ripn .ii. Kidnif; lltiiy, run! ll tin r ktfliU of I l.-i Ik fur ji'i-x. Also. Imivs' nml cliilditim' lints; Itpjid l)n s-e.s. l.'pps,' I!il.i..ns, nf , v it diver piiiin Mini in renl vnriily; 1'rciffi rilHl American Kloutr.t nf e.-ry itenci iH hill. 1 1 lel,slie Ills rll lluit enn be round in u lirl IjKN nmrkel. . Shi.p on Woler Hlri-et. liiinl I. nil, Imp nhnvi; I he Iteininjfloil Ih'llse, I'mni rny. l.ml es. il.. 110I luriiet the iilnce, hut jn.M mil midre .r vourselve". I ii'Jll-r in J S. I. CIHSON K L i J A 11 Hu T T O N . COUNT .SUKVEVOK, Ulliee in the Ciniity Auditor's tilHet-. I 'no 1 1 .'In !? Uuy Goods hI the new Onsti Store ulfd (iiive Hull Voill JtIoii. Corner Store, near the HoIIiiijs Mill. Sigs of the kVd Vai. , , DON NELL V d JKNN'lNOS. . S. We will receive new (ioods etety few dins. (inrclioMil at pmiic iitices. May 'Zh, 'SS.'l.2iii UKtTuLAU WEEKLY l'ACKE't' LINE 11 itr WEEN WIICCM1VU AND i.iisvii.m:. rPJIE new and ele-mnl passeimer Slemners, X ' EUNICE, Jolni McLitre, Jr., Master; , . A. I). Arinsironv. Clerk; iiud ' J. M. rORU, Jnlni List, MiiNt.-r. Win. M. LiKt, C erk; will slleriiiitely pass Pomcroy, tleseeii1inj;, ! every Fridiiv, (it 5 o ctonk a. .h.; oseeiuhiiL' tl; i I'mnerny niul 1 irinilv, tlnit he 15 11 w every Ftidtiy nt 10 o'clock r. m. . t prepiri ii to r.lciin or dyn. nil nrliclti. of (lent At rarktrsburch tlie.se aienmcrs connentMir l.tnnes niipnrei. .aikh. every vnrietv wilh t lie North-Western Va. Kitilroad, (Sut nrday lixprtus Train J for Haiti mre mid WaiIiliiUloti City. Mouse. a , JOHN S DAVIS, f A'l'K of Hi firm of Crow lev Ac luw. I ' nie lis nro.ieciilini; tlm I'lnillm.' Ihisiii, nt tllK old Ml'ioil. oil SiiL'iti K1111. Tii;u.kllil for 1 he llhet il fifsuiwti I of inlMnaL'e hereto fore, Iik will eiidenvnf ii. tii(ril its cnnl in ii niiH hr 1 1 r. il 1 1 j I itfvn (iii.l n'.'.H neM. Ili-tf T. SUTCLlFl.'' Bilk. Woolen d; Cotton l))vr. e.. Con dor Street, back of the Rolling Mill, romeroy, Ohio, I KM' I (I r I- I-I. nit iiimi itceK In I lie cil r. ft ; At Wheeli'iij with the trnins on ihe ISiiltiin re 1 nd Ohio Itiiilroid for the K.iST; nlsn wild Stenniers and Two Dally Trains for rillslmi-(tli. At Louisville, these Hon Is connect wilh llie United y.ales AI hiI Line Steamers for Sew Or leniis. Also, wilh daily Iloiils for Nnslivillv, Ciiitu snd Memphis. I'nsseiigers ticketed through to all points. iiiv'2." 1 m I lo use hi. til Drnjuries n K' nemled ; l!u:intf llleiielied or Dyed; K id O lnves rh'fl ned. Frmn hik' Inns; cxpt rienee in tin; hiitfinest M r. SulelilV hopes to he sldi' In five .'i. tis salishict jnii to all who fjVnr him wilh tie i pntronav'e. 121 y LAND FOR SALE. vft AC!Ks(,ti' VALi;.IJLK 'CIMIIKItKlt til' LAND, iimr Ad.imiiili Sinii!. Sirruii Smw Mill, wlih n new mid Cimifortahle h'r.ime House 011 Hie (ireniises, lor i.ile ehe.ip, mid term.' eosy. Inoiiire nf J. H. Knrlinii, Km., nt I'nim ret, ot Ihe iih-rritVr, at A'h-i'. O. no'-'O t in C. H.VAIM'KNTKII. 1IICIIMANN. A.NUICKW III IlKtUI'. OK HARTFORD, CONN. CASH OA PIT I.. 9211(1.0(111. WITH A LA I: ! K SL'IM'Ll'S. S. (.. I. OO MIS, IV.'Hid -i t. W. KKI.I.OliO.Sfrrt-tnrY. Insures Hlores, n erclinndi.se, mills, facto ries, nnd personal property t;cnera II y, at rules consistent with Ihe hflZii:d assumed. DWELLING HOUSES I And their coiilenls, insured Inr term of years ; 011 the most fuvornlde terms. I'iirtie nhir ;it- 1 trillion ivgiven lo I Ins tiro ne Ii of Ins-.nraiicr-, hv tins Compniiv. LOSSES Eyi'lTAHLY AU.II'STEL) AND I'KD.M t'TLY PAID. N. A. ItllUINAI. Atffiit, A iifftist 1 1 i '57. Pmneroy, tXii.i. filAd BICIIMANX IJUiiliHiJT, NO HU.MBUO! Sum 1 1 1'rofit and liivk. Sale' . IS TUB MOTTO AT ; riooct'8 Old t9taxx;l F r 11 11 t S t r l , POMKR OY, OIJIO. WK keep cnstnnlly on hand - -rood us- 1 fcorlmeiil of Cold und Silver Yntches, ('locks of everv description, nnd !iiie.v Ar'i- J cle3, which we will sell at good hargaius, ill the lowest cash price. I All gooi's und work warranirtl lo pive siilis- 1 MA ICU, VS5 8, UKADY FOll TI1K tTlUNW THADK. V r K intile the ii'l. niion rif hnyerx to our liirir and well-.selctled sluek nf Liimi, (JUiss, JiriHula, Silver J'loHit und (Jueeittwure, to M lileh we w'-ll In- coimtniilly rereivin oil tl lions, ttireel from the riiniliiri'Motit ?. ii;iti;i.l, a imox, (Survivors of Pnrsell, (e.r l.m iV C.i.,) 'rout S r el, 'vrlstituuth, Oh'ut. III ! 1 in 1 1 -if taction. f.lnn. 111. i.m FOUNDRY! O It UOMIUNED MOWER 1 f 1 & REAPElt. Hunter's new T AM now roniin' iclnrin! -L liolary Mowiin; Machine and Harvester. ICE CREAM. ICR CUE M on Imnd, day am) evening, ot Atkinson's Saloon. Families, parlies, pic nics, iVe., s 11 pplied. Also, nil descriptions of cuke on hand or made to order. Leave your or-'ers for llif 4lh esrlv in Hi week. "5,000 DOLLAirs'WAM'EI)!"" niVE THDl'SANI) DOLLARS WANTED, JL. in small Minis, al Atkinson's ShIooii, for which Ice Cfcani and Soda Water will be (,'iveii in exchange. 1087." 1007. FALL AND WINTER StqclSL. o. nuAXon & co., HAVE just received, nnd are now opt-niiii nt their old itand. on Hie EAST SIDE OK COUItT STREET, A fresh supply of W 'UnJ 3 '"'HJ ''UJ am' VlU" This ninchine works ndmiraiily in every re ap cl, and is stipersedne,; nil other machines 111 the Slate of New York, and in nil other pl.ices where il has lieeii introduced. lis rotary motion gives accelerated velocity 10 its cutters, euah.iuit it to cut .smooth and easy. The lir.irer rucks heing connected by a hi 11 lie, allows it to adjust itself to uneven soriaees: il is without side-draft, and entirely liee Irom clogging; it retn.ires less power an. , eisewhere, feeling confident '.hat they less iiisimuing; it can run slow or Inst, or jii ml n 11 i;iiiiier ui oLiniiib iiie.' nc niitm are well guarded from stones, and can he set ustaiH.lv for Ingli or low grass. 11 is con structed entirely of iron. Persons are invited to call end exam ne be fore pureha.si ng elsewhere POMEROY maciiiiVe shop. MRAX ABBOTTS UPSBTHXC mm. riR Cunlrarling Tin, 1 AMI OTIIKH IIAShA anti Att 0 irrN. rtuntivl Xar.CI.'U' WUEELINtJ AND POKTsMOUTIl ;TlieIVvv. Iiflit Dltiiiulit, Uffii 1 jii i'a.'ifr I'SM-Kei, tl VI ii II 11 , SAMl Kl. I'KMT., M i.ricn. j I I'.AVi s rtriiiiiiii!ti .MimkIio nii'lii .ii.ir I'rtmo- I liru W.-.li I) L.m li.'. lniit I'ri.ln) iiIkIu I iiiinjc I'iiiilti Suiiiliiy. ' I'lir "I'lmn'ru) " I:.h litjui'ii liuill riri'l- rr llti ' I rmli'. j V r l',.r freit-hl r ini!ajro upply rt" lMarl. .N-iv.3. i.-s; :wt'. A ItltOTT'S PATENT IPSKTTINU MA- CHINK, and Inrce assort men I of Cmk Mil! Stoves, for coal or wood, and SloveS fr 1 dwelling houses or stores; House (! rales, wilh j or without fronts: Longs Patent, mid lliej Pntcnl. Lever-' Ploughs, right 01 left-hind; loiiyh-poiiits of every description ever used ; in this county; Grate liars, lor boilers, etc., constant ly oil hand. I Kvery variety ol Iron and Brass work used in sail inn king, and in the coal loisintss, Kn 1 gines of superior strcutilh ami finish, fur. steamboats, yiislniills ami sawmills; Cranks, 1 (i ud.L'eoiis, Spindles, Shafts, Pulleyx, t-'pin i and llevel heels, all or Ihe laiesl and limst improved patterns, manufactured al short no tice. Machinery of all kinds repaired with j VALUABLE LAND 1011 tALh. t'PlIK Sl'IISCItlllKIt otfers fnr unte Hie l d j J. IxwiiiL' vjiliiahle pmperiy, lo-wii: The j farm on which he nun- resides. I y 1 11 i milcu from Pouierov, 011 Ilia mad leiuliinc Irnuille r j lo Ihirris.inville; one i imrler sertion Ixisg n haul, dll rods west of this: one tin irtrr station isiluale nhout one mile from II nrr Muiville i (he road ru n uing t hrou)- Ii it. The a hove Ian I ! is nfgnotl iuality is supplied wild ihuudaiu-e of eoal, limber nml water, j lie also oll'ers fur sale one let ill the village I of Shellield. wilh a large lro xlory house on il. The above propertv will he mild cheap, j and on ihe most rr nstmnlde terms to .suit purcluisers. taking for Ihe fusl paviiieiil S-'iOO down: and Ihe rtiuaindet iu vesrlv paviiieuis of i"ini ea.-h. For tun tier p.-ircculars imiiiru of Hie sulif-iiber. WILLIAM JtMU. ap-.'llllm L R O N T K N Cl N G Tlie tindersigneil wotilJ respectfully iu iiifoi ni I lie cilize'iis of loiiieioy ut.il Vicinity, uuy niwre lliau b;u rel of eeutls is n gnr- aell. It is nusceptible of proof tliat ninety Ijier cent, of liuniau lifs is wasted. One ; sWHinped lmlf of those born die 111 the crndle. In ; g- humnn life one linlf of its most exrinisite i Other men seek their whole happiness j.y conies when the cmdhs i ks, ono hslf in the exescise of theexcutive faculties. of lis most cx'iiiisite sorrow when the j They find happiness only in stir and busi t nolle is mill. Of th ridue, on half: uess, and say lluit is happiness. - So long cnrce rench theii majority, k.f)i yet this ia 1 as they re prosperous this may be tine, not the woftt. Thereafter thoe who at-! but how do such men feel in these times? lain true success, as compared tritf, those who take pail in mature life, ia extrciucly .gmail. They are all ad rill now. Others take pleasure in thincrs which I iueh their pride, and so lono as they are When we look at th Achievemctits of 1 well oil all is riglit with them. Ol there (the arts and sciences v are itnpreosed find pleasure only in the praise of men. w ith the iHM inoua power of the human Hut this is a tower that easily will fall, and mind and hand but we forget that all ' as it ilieir only lower, when it falls all is existences of tho tast are only like luat- It was built that they might ait in it ; mighty rivers mpiyinjf m'o tlw present and near people say as they went by; 'That ireiteraUoii, and that our possesions are; is a fine building; who built iiV And inherited rrom Hie past. Die tenant of the old English county house, looking at h'm humcstesd, ae8 in the whole what hi jincestore for live hundred years have dona. ;n 'r dsv we Bee but the results of ,1, .1,.. t,f..- since the world lietfuo. Met) Aw-iUM in 0m..".l" forget thut each h.ir-uii itsiis th linrVst of h.e ,w,ue werld. Hut let any look t Tik,nd t'n erallt, and he will be mudeaad (o"8eC u-w fnany never ripen, ami hw niny who flu lipen are ne vat worth the pUnt- t ffntr lie w6rt)i while to look at the feg., jotli of euccess and failure, in life. fiij. twill oonaider what ie failure .ad what s &ftj. Man's life consists jiut tb llvuts that Iva poetesses. The thiegs that 5hiefly attiac. him through life isre ijpl 1wa8 aporopriate U him. lenay V-l)ii. ilf p lite, when his t.y.s'tw siJ itIk-h Wd hijij fr aio'li line. lm iceupatiooof life are aih aj a, along ihjj4j Wtil V tf"Veling Ut hl( uiio. Yet ther 'are tlisoiJji y. 'flue blowsom snd tli fiuit are the great of the rlant'a growili; our whole life ten4i to tjiia when they come down to lower quarters from a four-story house to a two-story house, from Turkey carpets to three-ply, they are miserable, (or people cease to praise them through their posscss 011s. Other men make taste and refinement the unconditional element for enjoyment. Yet there is nothing that wilt touch a man and scourge a man so much as depending solely on this. Vnother man, and he" ia the nobler of ' them .' Put8 h1" happiness in home Ufa. They '. ""vent all their capital in the bank of love, anj when that is broken they become bankrupts. -. , Education should! mnk it possible for a man to retieat from one faculty toiitio.ber, till he has gone through the whole mind. There are tunes of joy to be played on the top of the be ale when all the lower notes 1 are destroyed. i Another capital element of niacsg in ! life is the art of living wilh men. Jio man line succeed ;d in life w hoe has not j learned to live with his fellow 111 11. Th-ma ; is 110 trfluble'itt living with men ii you tan ; It was moved that the County Central Committee be requested to call upon the legal Republican voters of each township in Meigs Conn 1 j', to assemble al their usual places of holding elections, on the last fc-iturday of July, to appoint delegates to meet in County Convention, on the lirst tiaturday of August next, ty nominate their usual County ticket. The motion was agreed to, and after hearing brief speeches from lion. T. A. Plants and Judge Merrill, the following resolution was adopted : JZesolred. That the County Central Committee, of Meigs, be respectfully re quested to call frequent Mass Convention in tl e County, during the present cam paign, at tsuch times and places as they m.iv deem most beneficial to the Republi can cause. Tho Convention adjourned titie de. N. SIMPSON. Chairman W. II. L islet, Secretary. a K OTI CE TONON-RESIDENT LAN D - OWNERS. "Vf OTICK is hereby given that a petition Xt was this nay presented lo the Commis sioners of Meigs county, praying for the es lahlishirieitt of a county road, vepininng in the comity road near Lemuel Homines, 111 Un liiiiibia township, passing throuirli the north east quarter of Section 7, owned by Win. G.I loway, a uon-reident land-heldcr, and ter miiialiiii! in- tac new county road on Ihe east side of Scldoii liye's farm, nnd that Horatio VY Into, Martin Wye and Kobef! Simpson, knve be n appointed viewers, and Klijali llultoit yurvcyor, ami that Tuesday, Ihe lUTh of A 11 gust uext, ha-t, been appointed for said view and survey. A I t i l l Ell. June 16, l858-4t-24 yoTICE IN ATTACHMENT. A VJI.LIA.M II. RKMINGTON, plaiatiO' V T nifauist L. j. iSrlieuepp, ilelei tlnut. Itcforc Ijeore Lee, J. P. of Salisbury Town kino, Miics win 11 tv, Ohio. On I he 14111 dav of June, A. D. IS5S, said Justice issued no older of AusUimeul 111 the above ii'limi for U11 Mini of :ti I'J. U . II. IIKWI.NUTil.N I'uiutto), t.ne, June V 148. --5-Jl All orders promptly aitended'to. J. W. O. STACKPOLE. Pomeioy, O , May ;:, ft)5G. TO EACIIKItS. THE Heard of School Examuiers for Meigs county will meet on the first Sal 11 rtlay of each month, excepting August and Septem ber,, al the Center School -houSe, 111 Poiueroy, for I he examination of .Teachers. Ilourotf meet in;.', 10 clock,., m. liy order of the Hoard. J. M. EVANS, Clerk. Jan t, '69. ' . ceries, llaidwaic, lncciisvaie, Ac, Suitable for the season, and they lake pleasure in inviting their old customers and friends te call and examine lor themselves belore pur- Cwood Bargains. j Thankful lor past favors, they will endeav or to merit a conliiii-ance of lliesnnie. Pon.erov, Dec. I, 1857. 1 a iiri'pnritil lururiuxli any tr llm nrlnni W rou Kb'- or tasl iron ami urass. rti 1 im l mnr J. V. O. STACKPOLE. S t-ri.liuii nr WriiUKlU r "u.il Imii Kuiliiitr, siiilal.lu N. B. Six Sawmill Engines, of tlilKmil 1 '"r , , pattern.', and one Lever Engine, li inch burr, Grave Lota, Pnhhc Umnnd.i, und Private 14 feet stroke, now on hand and lot sate, low! Residence; tdxu. for cash or approved short paper. j SUMMKU IIOUSKS, I'niiiuriiy, April 0" IH5H. Htf Wlict'llng, 1'sirkcrwlMirtr Htitl Cm. cliiuull WeeUly I'iirket. rpilK Courier ill iium nit ny sluliom nt tliu nil-J- vtrtimtil time. Tliu SPLENDID STEAM ICR PASSENGER nrritrvSm COURIER. JOHN .M'l.CHK, -Muster. J AH. V. J KI.I.V, flerk. WHOLRSAC X AND RETAIL Wll.l. ARRIVE AND DEPART A Ifll.l.OWH t l'l(ck, 1 BY vi frm, Agricultural ' trepot BENNETT &, BRO., AGENTS FOR T1K SALE OF HAYNE'S HEADER, (Reatier.) HUSSEYS' REAPER, . NEW YORK REAPER, CORNER OF FRONT AND COURT STREETS, Keeps constantly on hand Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Tobacco, Cigars, L'ird Oil, and all other Articles usually Found in snrli establislimcnts, wh'nOi will be sold LOW FOR CASH, or ex- OII10 II A R YESTER, . (Reaper and ' changed for C.OOD COUNTRY PRO- Mower. ) ATKINS SELF-RAKlMli REAP'K, PITTS' SEPARATOR, BALLS' OHIO MOWER. ' I i ribar. iMac tu lies are so wen Known ns -L to re n dei dewrriplion unnecessary. tie piomptly altemled In: BENNETT & BRO.. May 4. C2ni ... . CliiUicothe. Ohio Or- 1LOOKL HEREI DUCE, nt its highest martet price. S. SILVERMAN, Agent. febtf-G-ly i la'avtj Wlit-olliiap ?l,,ry Tntlay nt 7 o'rln PaKH Marlflta Wi-.liicinliiy 4 Arrlvi'sal Ciirkcrsliurir u I.elOf " ' " fnmos Pninoriiv cvorv " 1 " I". M Pi. PI i'ii will ' 3 " (iulliinlM " ' " runiiilutln " 7 " I'nl'li'tUliiirK S " l'orliiDiiuli " l-i' " Arrivlugut ('lni-imiutl, Tluirnlnj- inoriiliiir. nrxi.-n'tisti. (A-nvca rini'liuinll t'i'ry Krblav al .1 uVlm-k, P. 51. I'ltlMf. fiirlftinotilli Suuir.ltt- H A..M. l-ullrllfliiiri; I P. .51. " i:iihikIUu !!, ' ' . GHinlM 7 " " ft. I'lt'llKIIlt ' 7- ' " PomiTiiy, 9 " Arrlvi' ut Pur'ki'Nluirg Sunday A A. M. huuvi'i " S " " Arrives l Wluwllii" Snn-luv f r nliiir. fs.lt. RAKKH & I'll.. Airio.ta. Wln'i-linir. II ALU MATIIKKS CO.. MuriiSM. V. H. M ATl'ISfi LV. Parkirrsliurit. T. Mi lll'KXIti, Cincinnati. Oi t.27, IHjT. a-iir MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI cm TO a Irninr t WOOL CARDING I I J.X X It KJ Ji t 'M!E undersigned Having removed his cstab-A- lislnuent irom Steubenville to Hiicine, Meigs County, Ohio, w here he expects to re main permanently, end will be ready in a slioil lime lo ilo n i dti Vfi i vn o ut vr-vr r vr-t the shortest notice and best iiiaunei. He y A X C? Y will also be prepared to niake Kolls, which w will be manufactured to the satisfaction of Sadllr, IIrnes nnd customers; ail of which wiT le done al niod- Truuk Blnkeri -eiate prices. . . . -.-,,' , .,.,t' Haviiiu the best niachiiierv, and many years SoKth-east Gomel of Cour esiMfriBllce in the business, he flatters himself and Hack Streets, oppo- thai he can do as good work as any other SHOULD b consult, ed hy every moii ftesiriiijc any arln-le iu his hue before pm cli.isini; elsewhere, as he warrant his 'work, ami sells nt extremely low piiee. site, the new Bank II u i I 0 1 a g , It-i-"- Juue 3, I8i3. 4a JOHN B. ty HAMPTON. establishment in the Western country.. He is determined, by strict aitenlioii in busiues and lair dealing, to merit a linr of public pa iron age. Mny IH. ISt. Cn-!liii -TMO.MAH K RAN ON anal after .Mondav, J unc '21, '6, will leave Allicii.i ns follows: mt Going East .Mail at2 :t5 P. M. Ooiiig West 9.55 A. M. This road is now open its enliro leiiKlh, ami connerts nls Marietta with Slcmiibnata for I'arkera'mrg, The D. 30 A. ,M. Train West makes elnye connection at Love la ml wilh the Litll. .Mian i Mail Train for Coliimhus. Pn8seuiiers will not be allowed to ride on Freight Trains. Ticket at reduced rales are sold at Atiitii." for Columbus. Through Tii-It els can be obtained at lh principal Ticket unices on the line f the tioait for all poi ui sin the West, ami for .Marivila and Pa ike rsli ii rg. JOHN FOGG ITT, General Tickel Ageiil. Chillicolhe, April 10. VERANDAHS, WUOl'UUT GRATER, I1A.NK VALITI.TS, DOORS A.MlSHt'TI KKS, ('intern 1'iiiii, Ore, ('mil nmt ShikI Scri'n. Tt)!iiliur 1th a vurU'lj tit' oilier (liinim nM'rlniiiiiiir to tlilliiiini'9. T. S. KIUKKH, X. II. Sinn.li' of tin' work limy Im- imtii cl any timi'iil Siuiili .V StuQ'oril' Court it., Pmii'Tov, l. MiirrL-il. 17. H. It. S.MI'I'U', Ariit. MICK I IT'S SAIC. vi rl ut of two orders of sale t i me direct it inn the Court of Common Pleas of Mt-ivs j Con nly, I w ill ollVr fur sale at the door of the t Con it-ho line iu Pomtroy, at public outcry, on . Sutiiriluv. tlie 10th tlnv of .lu!v. lf!iR. i j j - - . at Id o'clock. A. M.,of said day, t he follow ing described Ian Is. to-wit: A lot of laud lying in Snl to ii Township, in Mei(.i County, a tut in New Winchester, the premises ht-iug Ihe same that were couveved to Tluuuii lT. Cnhh by I t'lilien Salser and wile, by their deed of . the date l With day of February, lK'i'i, and . known as the store lol; appraised al 4i00. Also, nnoihei lot. described thus. Megiuuing at a stake on the uorili side of Third street, and uorl b of the north comer ol" lul ttuu.tber sijty two. in Syr.icii-'e, iu said Vuttoii Ti vn shtp: llieu north out' hundred feel: I Inn nest sisty feet; then kuuih one hundred IVet,- to . said lliirtl street; llieu entl lo the place of hi L'iiiinn-'. being tlie lunir bit bought by T I. tun as ('. Ciilibs of Amos tj nil leu, and ou which snid C ibb built a Ir.iuie houe; appraise I -at t tl. Also, lot ii umber twenty, in said town of .Syt.icu.se, nppriiist-d at H, and sob) as the properly of Thomas C Coblw at Iheamisoi .Stevenson, B.)weit (Si Nesmilli, and lintntci', Saxtou and Swearimrcii. J. V. SMITH, Ki:erifl".MVigs Cjiiimv. June 6, 2J-il-f3 i i ATTACHMENT NOTICE. JOHN A IIWUH I'll niul W.- Foster, Admin islrators of the Estate of Thomas Ash worth, deceased, against William and Sural Cuiiiminns Before George Lee, J. P. nfSul V f ' f TT 1 uury Township, .Meigs tmiily, O. (Jn thi "Illi, . I nh day tT June, 1858, said Justice issued an ON Li " ii Street, nor: Ii uf Smith's Shoe order of Attachment in. the above action I" Store, holds himself in icadiness to re- the sum of seventeen and twenty five linn pair L'MBKKL.L AS, ia the most niibi.la.nl iul , drctllh dollars, (17 25, ) winch case will sliim niiinui r. Ile-vill also buy, at liberal prit'tn, fr hearing July v.'2. I08, at i w' clock P. i otd Vmbrtllas. no-.'-ly i. ASIiU UHTIUV FObTEH. Adm'is :i ft WOOL carding; STIVKJIS & STAFIHr.' UA VINO purehised the Carding iiinilune formerly owned by Jenkins fcl'at'on, on Sugar Kun. renewed the Cards antt titled iti the machine in gootl oiiUr, are now preparett lo execute all work eulriisted to lliem, ou short notice ami in nfi excellent iiiaunei. ... MR. C. KEPLER. An eipericncetl and well-known workman lias been employed lo superintend the ma chine. TKItMS Frve cents per pound. One lb. if clean greas. will be rnpiired for vcry seven lbs. of wool. Or in la kei for Carding il delivered oil or before taking the wool iin uy STlVEKSvV STAFFOUD, Cusli paid for (irnin ulall lime. Piuiit-riv. Aprit 'ill i', :im A. G. CRO WLEV : ; IfOU.MKIII.Y of ihe fi i in of Ciowby'tV IU-. vis. will bt-renllt-r cany tn lite CiTpt ut r ind Join.- r Kusiiiess: Doors, feiiah. Hbmls. c , ve'Uled lo onb.T. Fr.nu long epeniH. ' i u..ini,ss. I f.-tl ccujideiu ol ;ii'ig ptrfud .iitiNlitcii' ii in all oidi'is enlriitied !! my tare. lit pasl in. roiiage my thanks nr.- die I lib Public, on. I I re.--)ie(.ll uliy uk j . jiiI.imi.m.i c- 1 theil luou. lj-il .