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liV AIJ'I IIOI&ITY. (No. IU a AN ACT". To nmeiid her.liori two of "an etili:1(l "An Act, to relieve tl.e Disiuit Court find lo jiv givHier efliowney lo lli Judirial .SyatMii of tlie Siue," priHbed April 12, 111515, nml Ku;j,lcmeiu8ry to , Ami net. . ' i . .Sroiion I. Ve it ttiattctl ly the General Armhty nf the State if Ohiv, Thtil ?e linn two ol nid aot bo amended so hs lo lead ns follows: Sec il. Any person o-toroua of sucli Second trial, as provided for in the preceding section, eluill, nl the term ol the court at wliicli 'judgment was entlered, filter on the records of the court notice of his demand for such second trial; and shall enter into an undertaking wiihin the time hereinafter limited with security to the Hiisfac.lioii of the clerk of tho court, puyiihlH lo the adveise party, in such sum as may he fixed hy the court, and con iliiioned to the effect thai the party obtnin ing such second trial shall abide and per lunn the onler and judgment of the court, and pay all moneys, costs an 1 damigas which may be required or awarded against him, consequent upon such second trial; provided, that in no case shall administra tors, executors or guardians, who may have given bond in this state, with sureties according to law, be compelled to enter into an undertaking in order to b i entitled to a second trial as is above provided. Sec. 2. That said original section two be and the e.ame is hereby repealed. .Sec. 3. That whenever notice is entered upon the records ol tho court of a parly's demand of a second trial under the provis ions of the net to which this act is amend atoiy and supplementary, such second trial bhall not be allowed unless the court is of opinion that the case is one in w hich a trial by jury may be demanded by either party. iVec. 4. The opiuion of the court allow ing or disallowing a second trial, tdmll be entered upon the journal of the court, and, if in favor of the allowance of a second trial, then the undertaking required by the said second section of said net, as amended, shall be entered into within thirty days after the entry of said allow ance. Sec. 5. If the opinion of the court 6hall be adverse to the allowance of the second trial, either party may appeal to the dis trict court from the judgment rendered in the case, by giving notice thereof and en tering into an appeal boud agreeably to existing statutes. Sec. J. If the order of the court adverse to the allowance of the second trial, shall be reversed upon error by the district court, or if the action shall be appealed and the appeal be dismissed on the ground that a second trial should have been al lowed, then and in either case the action fdiall be remanded to the court of common pleas, and the party or par.ies on whose petition the saiil order was reversed, or the party or parties who may have appealed such action, as the ense may be, may, at the term of the court at which the mandate is f-oeived, enter on the records of the court his demand for a 6econd trial; and thereupon such action shall be proceeded j in, in all respects, as if said judgement, bo leversed, had been rendered at said term. Sec. 7. If the order of the court allow ing a second trial shall be reversed for enor therein by the district court, then said action shall be retained for trial by the last named court as upon appeal, and the last mentioned court shall fix the arrounl and condition of the undertaking, to be given lo obtain such trial, for the party or parties who may request it; and thereupon the party or parties desiring such trial shall, wiihin thirty days from the time of the entry of the reversal of the order allowing such second trial, enter luio an undertaking in the amount and condition presciibod by the district court, to the acceptance of the clerk thereof, which shall be filed in the office of the aid clerk; and thereupon such action shall he piweeded in, in all respects, as if the same had been originally appealed on no lice regulail entered and undertaking given pursuant to the a:t regulating ap peals to the district court. Sec. 8. In all cses where the party against whom judgment is rendered ob tains a second tiial under the act to which this act is amendatory and supplemental y, the lien of the opposite party on the real estate of the party so obtaining such sec ond trial created by said judgment, shall not be hy the obtaining of such second (rial removed or vacated, but the real estate of said party so obtaining such second trial shall be bound in the same manner as ll'paid second trial had not been d manded until the final tleteimination of the cnuse. Sen. 0 This act shall take effect on the 15 Ji day of April next. WJLL1AM 13. WOODS, Speaker of the House of ll-pi sentalives. MARTIN WELKER, President of the Senate. March 31, 1Eo9. No. I Go j AN ACT 'J o auil.oi ue associations of persons for epirj 'iig Height on any of the navigable waters of the Siate of Ohio, and the lakes and navigable rivers bordering theieon. Section 1. He it etioctcd ly tie O'eirra ! Ammlly of tie ttule f Ohio, Thm , No i A ACT any nrrr.her ot nniutal persons, not Ws I ' meMtary to Act itlaling to Ju . than hve. beirg mus-ub of ;he b'.nte ol e(, pvbiuary 19ih, 1831, and Ohio, n ay be. cme a body corpoiaie, with j to ft).end U.e illln 6eetion of said act. all li e rights, pnvileg-s and lowers con-1 potion I. Le it enacted ly the General cui red, Mid si.bj. ct to ail li e lesti idions y of tke State of Ohio, That it it ol this act. Sec. 2. Thai ai.y number of persons as j ilt. court of common pleas of any county nfoiesaid, associaiMig themselves together j in ihis6tate, after the annual October elec tor the j.uipofc ol Unreporting freight on J non, and pievious to the annual spring any of tl e nnviga'.le rivirs in the eta.e ot j ijeeiions, that the number of jurors for Ohio, and any of tho lakes and navigabh said county as provided and Irr qui red by rivers bordering thereon, sha'l, under ihtir r hands and seuls, make a certificate, which ' eliall specify as follows: First, the name assumed by 6ucli company or association, and by which it 6hall bo known; second, the name of the county or place where the principal office of such company is situate; third, the amount of capital stock, not to be lesB than two thousand dollars, and the amount of each share. Such certificate 6hall be acknowledged before a justice of the peace or other proper officer, and eliall be forwarded to the secretary of State, who shall record and carefully preserve the snme in his office; and a copy thereof, duly certified by the secretary of state, under the preat seal of the state of Ohio, 6hall be evidence of such corporation or com pany That wLn ll.e foregoing pro- ec. v'sions have been complied with, the per sons named as corporators in said certifi cate, are hereby authorized to carry into effect the objects named in said certificate, in accordance with the provisions of this act; and they and their associates, succes sors and ateigns, by the name and stylo provided in said certificate, shall thereafter be deemed a body corporatei with succes sion, with power to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, defend and be defended, contract and bo contracted with; to make and use it common enl, and the fame to arer or bieak at pleasure; and to do all niedful acts to curry into effect the objects for which it is ctcated. , . Sec. 4. Any company or association, organised for the purposes aforesaid, shall have poror to build, purchase, and hold such number of 6tenniboats or other ves sels, and 6uch o.her personal property, as may bo deemed necessary for commeucingj-who eh and conducting the business of the SBorIJjieeab ciation; and shall have power to sell the same, or any part theieol, in such manner, aud for such purpose, as may be prescri bed by the rules and i emulations of the company, and not inconsistent with the laws ot this slate. And said company shall have power to cany any articles of freight or produce upon any of the navi gable 6treams in the state of Ohio, and on any of the lakes and navigable rivers bor dering thereon; and shall be governed by the same laws, not inconsistent with this act, which govern individuals .n such em ployments. Sec. 5. The annual meeting of the stock holder of such company, alter the first election of directors, shall be held, at Buch time as the directors may prescribe, at which meeting the directors of the com pany 6hall be elected, aud such other law ful business dono as the stockholders may deem necessary and proper; and should they fail to tlect directors at the. annual meeting, they 6hall hold a special megpg at Some subsequent time for that puTftA. by giving thirty days' notice thereof TiTJ some, newspaper in general circulation in the county where the principal. otnee such company is situated. The directo shall hold their office uutil their succes sors are chosen and qualified, and 6hall have power to hll all vacancies in their body; but no person shall be a director after ceasing to be a stockholder. Imme diately after the election of directors, they shall elect one of their number president of the corporation, and may appoint such other officers and agents as they may deem proper to transact their business, and may pretcribe the amount of compensation to bo allowed for their services; and such officers and agents, when required by the by-laws, rules and regulations, shall give bond to the satisfaction of the directors for the faithful discharge of the trust com mitted to them. Said directors shall have power and are hereby authorized to make such rules, regulations and by-laws as may be nrcessary toi their regulation, not in consistent with the constitution and laws of this state; they shall have the general management of the affairs of the company, and may dispose of the residue of all cap ital slock at any time remaining unsub scribed, in such manner as the stock holders for the time being may prescribe, and shall employ the capital and means of the company as they shall deem best for cai lying on the business for which it was organized, subject always to the con trol of the stockholders; they shall cause a record to be kept of all stock subscribed or transferred, and of all business transac tions, and their books and records shall at all reasonable times be open to the inspec tion of any and every stockholder; ihey shall tilfeo, when required, present to the stockholders reports in writing of the situ ation and amount of business of the com pany, and declare and make such dividends of the profits of die company, not reducing the capital 6tock while they nave outstand ing liabilities, as they shall deem expe dient. , . Sec. 6. The persons named in said cer tificate of incorporation, or a majority of them, 6hall be commissioners to open books for subscription to the capital stock of said company, at sui-h times and places as they shall deem proper, and s:i'd company are authorized to com mence operations upon the subscription of eighty percent, of taid stock. An install ment ot thirty per cent, on each share of stock shall be made in cash at the time of making the subscription, and the residue thereof shall be paid in such installments, at 6uch times and places, and to such per sons as may be required by the directors of such company. If nny person or per sons subscribing to the capital 6tock of such company 6hall fail to make payment of such subscription, or any part thereof at the time or times prescribed by ihe di rectors, the said company shall have power ' to proceed by suit to collect the same in any court of competent jurisdiction. Sec. 7. Each stockholder shall be indi vidually liable for all the deb's of the com pany in an amount equal to the amount of his subset iption thereon innddi'.ion thereto. Sec. 8. This act shall "be in force from -I ..ft... ,.. WILLIAM B. WOODS,' GJftXo Speaker of the House of Representatives . MARTIN WELKER. 'resident of the Senate. Apiil 2 1C59. khotild be made to ant ear to the clerk of the first, section of the act to which this is suplementary are insufficient, in numbers from which to draw and summons the regular grand and petit juries for the com mon please and district courts, to be holden in said county, previous to the nr st suc ceeding annual October flection, il shall be the duty of such clerk immediately and previous to said annual spring elections, to apportion among the respective town ships inlaid county, the number of addi tional jurors required lo fill such deficiency according to and upon the basis of appor tionment required by the second section of the act aforesaid, and notify the trustees of the BCTeral townships in said county, of 6uch insufficiency with the number of additional jurors so appointed and required of each township, by written notic, tolv served and returned by t)i- "liPiill '-r u-h county, the same as a summons, is served and returned; and it shall bo the duty of such trustees, nt their meeting at the an nual spring elections, upon tho service of such notice to 6elect of good judicious persons, having the qualifications of elec tors, their apportionment of persons to bo leturned ns such additional jurors, and shall forthwith furnish such clerk with the hat of the name or mimes required as con templated by the act, and such proceed ings shall thereafter be had with reference to the drawing, summoning, &c, of such additional jurors, ns is provided by said net for jurors, selected at the annual Oc tober elections. Sec. 2. That section nine of tin net en titled "an act relating to juries," passed February 9, 1831, be bo amended as to read as follows: That when a sufficient number of grand jurors shall not appear hall have been drawn and summoned sreeably to tins net, be to re either ot tne courts at their stated term, or if it should so happen that nil the grand jurors sum moned as aforesaid, shall fail to attend, it shall and may be lawful for the court in either case, to ordtr the sheriff or other officer, to summon from among the by standers, or neighboring citizens, so many good and lawful men as are necessary to form and complete the pannel of the grand jury, or to issue a special venire facias, to the sheriff, commanding him lo summon the persons therein named to attend forth with to serve as grand jurors. Sec. 3. That section nine of the act to which this is an amendment, be and the same is hereby repealed. Sec. 4. This act to take effect from and after its passage. WILLIAM B. WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. MARTIN WELKER, President of the Senate. March 31, 1859. No. 117 , AN ACT Requiring the Township Clerks to give iionds. ection 1 . Be it enacted hy the General St ... -. . " i ml . i isemoiy tj me mate or uiuo, jl oat eacn and every person, elected and qualified to the oflice of township clerk, shall, pre viously to entering on the duties of his oflice, give bond, with at least two good sureties, lo the trustees of such township, and their successors in office, in such sum as the trustees may deem proper, con ditioned for the faithful performance of his duties by virtue of said office; which bond shall be lodged with the treasurer of the Township; and if the sauWponds, or any of them, shall become. raited, the town ship treasurer, by order of the trustees, is hereby authorized and required to sue for and collect the same, for the use of the township. Sec. 2 This act to be in force from and after the first Monday in April, 1859. WILLIAM B. WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. MARTIN WELKER, President of the Senate. March 28, 18S9. No. 173. AN ACT To prescribe the dulios of Judges of Elec tions in certain cases, and preserve the Purity of Elections. Section 1. lie il enacted hy the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the judge or judges of any election held un der the authority of any of the laws ot this btate, shall reject the vote of nny per son ottering to vote at such election, and claiming to be a white male citizen of the United States, whenever it shall appear to such judge or judges that the peison so offeiing to vote has a distinct and visible admixture of African blood. Sec. 2. Any judge or judges of any such election, who shall receive the vote of any person when such person has a distinct and visible admixture of African blood, shall, on conviction thereof, he fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, nor less than one hundred, dollars, nnd imprisoned in the county jail of the proper county not more that six months, nor less than one month. Sec. 3. Any person w ho 6hall procure, aid, assist, counsel or advise another to give his vote at any such election when such other person has a distinct and visi ble admixture of African blood, shaft, on conviction thereof, be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, nor less than fifty dollars, and be imprisoned in the county jail of the proper county not more than six months, nor less than one month. Sec. 4. All prosecutions under this act shall be by indictment in the Court of Common Plees of the proper county, and it shall be the duty of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas to give this act specially in charge to the Grand Jury at each term of the Couit. Sec. 5. This act shall take effect from and alter its passage. WILLIAM is. WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. MARTIN WELKER, President of the Senate. April 2, 1839. 164.1 w AN ACT - t'o provide for the Payment of Indebted ness of Townships, incurred for tho support of the Poor. Section 1. Be il enacted hy the General Assembly of the State of Ufiio, That the j trustees of townships bo and are hereby authorized to levj annually, any sum not t-xceeding three nulls on the doilar valun lion, in addition to the levies now author ized by law, for the payment of indebted ness heretofore contracted by the township tor the support ol the poor. Sec. 2. This net shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. WILLIAM B. WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representatives MARTIN WELKER. President of the Senate. April 2, 1C59. I lierebj' certify that the foregoing are corieut copies of tlie Laws as certified to by ilie Secretary ot State. , ... A. S I 1VERS, Auditor M. C. Monet and Whisht. As nn evidence of tlie wadiuess with which ibe negroes imported in the Wanderer tako to the manners nnd moral of civilization, it is re corded liial tlie first words of the English langnajr" which they. learned were "money" and "whi&ky." It is nonsense to talk of the inferioiity of tbe negro race after this. Nothing but ther unfortunate color can prevent men who manifest 6tich aptitude fiom rising to plapos of high dis tinction. frovidance journal. MORE TO BE ADMIRKD THAN THE RICHEST DIADEM Worn by Kings or Emperors. WHAT WHY A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR Hutuunt u la the oninment God Hlmaolf provided for Hll our rnca. Kuntler, ullhntiffli lm roo may bloom ever no brightly In tlio glowing chek, the eye l ueroH.nrkliii(f,lho tcelli be tlioer puarla, I the hond Inliureft or ll coverlnir, or the hair be Minrlfil unit nhrlveld, hnrh and dry, or worwe Mill, If Hprlnklod wild grny, nuture will loao more thun liulf liur cliurm. 1'roC Wood's Hair Hotorutlvc, If lined two or llirue times a weulc, will renlnru and pur mnnontly aurure to nil utli an oriiament. Nuud Ihe following ami Judge. '1 lie w riter of tlio 11 rot Is tbe I'Klubrutud 1'luliUl, Tliulbcra;: Nw TtiK, April 10, 1HS8. Dr. Wood Pear Sir: Permit me to uxprem to you the obllicntlona am milter for the entire reittoriitlon of my lintrto Its original color; about tlio tune of my arrivul tii the lnllou State It wan rapidly bcromlinr grny, but upon the application of your "Hulr Kealora tlvo" it aoun recovered Its original hue. 1 consider your Husiorulive a s a very wonderful Invention qultu eUlcttCious as wull aa agreeable. I am, dear lr, roars truly, H. I liALHEKO, ' 'Drych a'r Cwyllodydct." VVelsii Newspaper Office.) 13 Nassau St., April 13, 1H58. Por. O. J. Wood Dear 8lr: Some month or six wei-k ago I received a bottlo of your-TluIr Keatora live and gave it my wife, who on eluded to try It on her hulr, little thinking at tbe time that II would re store the gray hair to ita original color, but to her as well as my surprise, after a few weeks1 trial 11 lias performed tliat wonderful effect b turning all the grsy hnlrs to a dark brown, at the same time beauti fying and thickening the hair. I strongly recommend the above Kealorativo to all persons in want of such a change or thelrliair. CHARLKS CAKiiKW. Nw York, July US, 1H57. Paor. O. J. Wood With confidence do 1 recom mend your Hair Kestoratlve, as being the most effi cacious article leversaw. Hince using your Hulr Kestoratlve my hair and whiskers which were almost wiuie nave gradually grown oara, una i now reel confident that a lew mora applications will restore tliem to their natural color. It also has relieved mo of nil li nnd ruff and unpleasant Itcblug, so common among norsonawho burvpire freely. J. G. K1LBY. Pa or. Wood About two years ago my hair com menced lulling off a ud turning gray; 1 was fast be. coming bald, and had tried many Komecllea to no uffucU 1 commenced using your Kestoratlve In January last. A few applications fastened my hair Itrmly. It began to fill up. grow out.und turned bnvk In Ha former color, (black.) At this time it is fully restored to its nrlginul color, health, and nppoarunco, aim i cuueriuny rocommenu its use to nn. J. D. HOES, r.hlcneo. 111., May 1, 1857. The Restorative Is nut un In b titles of 3 slr.es. viz large, medium, aud small; the small holds )i a pint, ani rutaiaj lor one aoilur per Dome: ine meuiu holds at twenty for cont. more In proportion than the A retails for two dollars tier bottle: tho large holmnniuart, 41) porccHt. more iu proportion, and retnlls for three dollars. O.J. WOOD Jt CO., Proprietors, 312 Brondway, New Vork, (In the great N. Y. Wire Kailing Establish ment,! an (1114 Market St., fit. Louis, Mo. And sold by all good Druggists and Fancy Geods uemers. luu-jm. DRY GOODS AND CARPET STORE. JOHN SHILLITO & CO. No's 101, 103 and 105 West Fourth St. CIIVCINNAXI, OHIO. IMPORTERS OF DRY GOOD AND CARPETING, Respectfully inform their customers and pur chasers generally that they are now -opening an extensive and complete assortment of DRY fiOQDS, Floor Oil-Cloths, &c. Ac. Families, Hotel Keepers, Steamboat own ers, and all others may depend upon finding tne best class of Goods, at prices as low as they can be purchased in the Eastern Cities. They have also added to their business an extensive JOBBING DEPARTMENT To which they invite the special attention of Cash and short time buyers. March 8-nlO- WMTMORE, HOI FF, DUFF & CO. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF HA R D W ARE, Sign of tlia Anvil, No. SO, Wood Street, three doors above St. Charles Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa. Respectfully Invite attention to tliolr Spring Stock of Hardware, now in store, embracing a complete iixaortnicnt of American, English and Gerinkn inunu rnctnred goods of most celebrated brands, obtuinud rilroct, upon beat ensh advantages; together ivitli a full assortment of Pittsburl! .Manufactured Hard ware, now Justly celebrated In quality and cheap ness in every murkot. llellcviiiK tlmt (ho "Rlrminfrrinm of America" pos scsiiri vantages as a Hardware .Mink el over any other cily of the country, tltuy cordially invite nil dealers to consult their own interests by cxnininine its claims for thenisulvus; assuring thorn of any uttunlion or in formation that may be ueslrvtt. Our assortment embraces Pocket nnd Table Cutlerv of most eclcbratod brands; Mann's, Uppincott'", and a variety of other makes of Axon; Hammond's, Blood's, Dunlnp iSc Madeira's, nnd other makes of Hatrhcls, Hammers, Hfnad and Hand Axes: "M. Spencer & Sons'" Flies and Hasps; Mouse Hole, VVrieht's "Kuple and Mar" Anvils; Cast, Shear, Gor man anil Blister Kteel Mechanics' Tols of every va riety; Agricultural Implements; Mill, Cross-Cut and Circular Saws, House Trimmings; Guns. Gun Bar mis and Trimmings, Pistols, Revolvers; Trace, Log and Pump Chains, with a variety so extended as pre cludes enumeration. l'-Sin. ALFRED NESMITH, (LATE OF THE FIRM OF STEVENSON, BOWES St NESMITH,) HOW WITH M. WILLIAMSON & CO., Wholenale Dealers and Jobbers in DRY GOODS, 425 IUaikct V 414 Commerce Sts. iM. WILL1AMSON1 , ,, ,,h .,, M. WILL1AMSOX1 O. 11. WILSON, f S. M. ANDERSON, H.C.POTTEK, Mttro hi, 1B5D. ly PHILADELPHIA. J. O. WILSON. S. B. M'CLROY. JAMBS riMLAY. Wilson, M'Elroy& Co. Are now piepared to offer to CASH, or SHORT-TIME BUYERS, THEIR SPBITO STOCK OF rWBlS-. M rscnrv fie1 AT A SLIGHT ADVANCE ON COST, No. 64, Wood Street, 12 3m. I'iMSbnrgli, W. B. HKIRVIN, I. H. KKLLKY. COL. T1IOS. SM1T1I. EXCELSIOR MARBLE WORKS, Opposite the U. S. Hotel, and two Doors North of Col. Smith's Store, HACINE, MEIGS CO., OHIO. fTUJE undersigned would respectfully inform JL the citizens oTMeigs and adjoining coun ties, that they are now prepared to furnish to order, Monument, Ilead-Stones. Counter-Tops, Table-Tops, Mantles, nnd everything in their line, of the most ap proved stylo and very best quality of Foreign or American ITIarbic. Those wishing to obtain GOOD WORK of this kind. 'at prices which cannot foil to suit, will do well to give us a call before pur chasing elsewhere. VV'e are resolved to give full satisfaction to all who may favor us with their patronage, personally, or by order. SK1RV1N, KELLEY & SMITH.' Aug. 17-33-tf. ' l'ULLAN ATII.LIAITISO, (At the old Stand of Pullan, Hatfield & Brown '. Vv xiolosalo Grooorsp AND .COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 55 West Second M reef, CINCINNATI, OHIO. JOSEPH PULLAS, Fornurlyof Piilttin, Itiilfli-M V- Brown; WM. fj WILLIAMSON. ltnlH-4m HOLLOW A" 'S PILLS. A BOOK TO THE SICK. The w. nt ora sterling- medicinal to meet the lllsand necessities or the suffering' portion of humanity, and one entirely free from mineral and other deleterious particles, was severely felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered Into the world; Hoi.i.o-v's iNVALCASi.a Pills have become tho novsKiioLn hkmkdy or ull nations. '1 heir attribute is to vricvkkt as well astoci'RE; they attack tho radix or root of the com. plaint, and thus by removing iliu bidden causu or dis ease rulnvigorato and restore the drooping energies of tho system, asslsl'ng natiiro lit Uer task ; of vital UIIU FUNCTIONARY RKCOIl M ATION. DYSPKP81A. The groat arourge of this continent violds milckly lo a course of these antiseptic Pills, and the digestive organs lire restored to their proper tone; no matter In what hideous shapo this hydra of disease exhibits tsolf, this searching and unerring remedy disperses It from the patient's system. GENERAL DEIXiLITV AKD WEAKNESS. From whatever cause, lowncss or spirits, and nil other signs of a diseused liver, aud other disorgani sation of the system, vanish under the eradicating In fluence of this all powerful antiseptic and detergent remedy. BILIOUS DISORDERS. The proper quantum nnd right condition of (ho bile Is or momentous Importance to the honlth or tho hu man frame, this anti-bilious medicine expels the hidden soods of the coiiiptiilnl, and renders nil the fluldsand secretions pure and fluent, cleansing and reiusilating tbe vital functions of the body. SICKLY FEMALES Should lose no time In trying a fc"w dosos of lids regulating and renovating remedy, whatever may bo their complaint, it can be taken with Bafety in all pe riodical and other disorganizations, lis offoct Is all but miraculous. UNREFUTED PROOF. The testimony of Nations is unanimously homo lo tho health-giving vlrtuea of his noble remedy, and certificates In every II vlng language bear witness to tllO t'NDKNIA BLKNKKS Of tllO i T INTBIKSIC Worth. Ilolloway's Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following diseases: IHarrhuja, Indigestion, Hone and Howul Corn-Dropsy, Infliienca, Gravel, plaints, Debility, Inflammation, Secondary Coughs, 1-everoi Ague Inward Weak- Kviutoiim. 1 Female Com- ness. Venereal Chest DIa- plaints, Liver Coinl'U, Affections eases, Houduchea, Lown'ss of spirit Worms of Dyspepsia. Piles, n kinds. .. JtX Caution ! JTono are geiiuinn nnloss tho words "Hollowny, Now York nnd London," are describable as a Wator-mark in every leaf of the book of direc tions around wiich pot or box; the same may be plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light. A hand some reward will be given to any one rendering such Inform. lion as may lead to the detection of any parly or parties counterfeiting the medicines or vend ing the same, knowing them to be spurious. -,-roia at the Alurfthtactorlos of Professor Hoi lowuv,80 Maiden Lane. Now York, and by all re spoctable Druggists and Dealersor.Mediciae through out the United States nnd the civilized world. In boxes at S5 cents, B3 cents, and one dollar each. TTrThero larger sizes. Is considerable saved by taking tho N. H. Directions for tho guidance of patients In overy dlsorderare affixed to each box. 2-?-eow-ly DR. ROBACK'S Blood Purifier and Blood Pills. DISEASE VANQUISHED BY OR. ROBACK'S SCANDINAVIAN REMEDIES. AFTER years of stuily nml oxporimniit. Dr. Kobnck, tlio cniiiiont KwceiliHh Physician, Htii-ceiU-I in producing a modiclno from twcntv-tliroo .1 nr.--.! spoc-ioa oi mountain uoru.i ol Ills niitivo liiml, whivh ai ls directly upon the causes of illsonso in tim blood, and by rostorinic tho corrupti-d fountain of llfo to u condition of liunlfh nml purity, oxpols disoasa from tlio system, wliorovor it iiiny bo located, or whatuver mny no us cnuriicior. 1 nuiircsttoii. nervous com. liiiniH.eliptio mid oilier fits, coughs, consumption in 's curly stupes, sora throat, bronchitis, rover and aeue, asllnnn, low spirit. scual incuiiucit v. fmnl. nine weukucss, pricking of tho skin, svuiptoiuutlc of jiiinilysls, rhcuiiiutieiii, ncuruljriii, tumor, cancer, din boles, lusitude nnd debility, diarrhea, and nil oilier uisoruors oi mo organs oi respiration, tlie liver, tho kidneys, tho stoinucii, tlio norvos, or tho muscular flbor, are unerringly cured by this preparation. It is to t)i matkiiiks Moitm or seeds of disease what an ul- Kiui is loan ncin: it neutralizes them Willi nhsoluto certainty, while at the sumo time it rei;uliites the secretions, removes obstructions from Iho bowels, c routes appetite, renews bodily vigor, and rcgener atcsevery uniiual function. Such istlie nature sucU nro Hi!- mucin oi nr. HiiUllfK'l lumotis Ncuudiiinviuii lilood Purilior, winch, if taken in conjunction with his Sciiiidinuviun Blood Pills, will not only obliter ate tlio most painful disease, but prevent tlmir re currence, and lenptlien life beyond tho ordinary spnn. Ill me rt'ANDINAVIA7f V KOKTA Ol.K i-II.OOD ril.LH, JJr, Robuik presents tho result of twenty vimn vi.i.ri. once, haul study and experiment as to whut a )mrfeit uii ouuuis uu, o olio c-iiii uoiioi ineir superiority after one sinjrlo trial. . Price of tho Scandinavian uioou I'liis, cents per box, or live for $1. Pkru, Miami County, Ind.. Ann. 4. 1R.V Dr. C. V. Koback: I have received so much bene fit from your Scandinavian Rlood Purifier mid Kinnri Pills, that 1 have thought It my duty, and It is no less my IIICUUHI.IIMI, iu jn vo you a puiin niaienieui of my tunt;. w hb iui yours w minim w I til mat uane nl all comfort, and efficiency In business. dvsneiiHln. To n. ciipitcliite ull tho so-railed remedies which I have used to rid myself of tills disouso, would indeed nuke a melancholy catalogue. 1 also consulted with Iho best physicians I could hour of. I was induced to try your remedies, through tho persuasions of a friend, and aftor using them a few days, was greatly benefitted, and In a abort time, (less than a month,) I vus entirely and permanently cured. I was also ufllicted with the most violent nervous headache, which I suppose was produced by my disordered stoinncli. Tor when my dyspepsia left me, my heurt ncho left with it. I now feel better iu every respect mail i un. 7 itr ti n uiii, Very truly yours. JOHN R. HRMITTP. From tho Itev. .Vr. McMullen, Pastor of Koherts unapci: InniANAPOLis, Oct. 5, 1M7 jjh. v . noBACK near rir: I novo used your Blood Purilior for a nervous affection, from which I have suffered much at times. While it Is pleasant to mo Mini?, ii. cenuinty nas a-nappy enoci upon the nurvva. t tuuw uccuiit, iny llllllllvs lor JOUr KI11U TO garaaanu ucia, ana Deuove me. yours. yjOT McMULLEN. uisnmc iTitiay, Nep. 4, 157. Dr. Roback Dear Sis: Hrfnir been arHicind with noimiljrin or rheumatism for tho. past yenruml a half, and having seen your medicine, called the .Scandina vian Blood Purimir, highly rerommended by" gentle men wiiu vinoni i am acq un iniuo, i was tmlurcil to try ii, out not beroro I had used various other modi cinos. Artor using two bottles, I felt its effects verv sensibly, and upon using two more, I found myself puncctiy cured, von wilt allow me, therefore, to congratulate you upon iiinkiugi discovery in medi cine which Is proving Itself to bo n worker of such wouuers in me aisoaaoa or the numiin family. CEOHGK HKNNKTT, Local Editor Cincinnati Daily Enquirer. The nhove certificates, and many other, can bo seen nt my office by any ono ut any time. Get one of my family Medical Almanacs, gratis, from my agents. Manufactory, Sales-rooms and Office, No. 0 Ea Fourth street, third building from Alaiu street, Cin clnnati, O. For eale by D. Reed, Pomoroy; Huoo & Coe, Middleport; Paine & Branch. Rutland; Dickey & Wilson, Harrisor ville, nnd by Drutj'nsts and Merchant generally. 2-ly A . D . S EEB'OH M, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY; Dealer in Ojls, Paints, Brushes, Var- NJteHES, DyESTUFI'S, PeRFUMEK), and P'akcy Articled, FBONT STKEET, I'OJTIEICOV, O. rescriptiong carefully put up.' jan9-2-2 LUMliElt EOii SALW. A CHOICE AND LARGE LOT OF WELL seasoned , PINE AND HEMLOCK LUMBER for sale on reasonable terms. Those wishing to purchase are invited to call and examine for themselves. ' Inquire at Wm. Jennings & Co.'s Storein Pointroy, of marl5-y A. R. MURDOCH. JOHN S. DAVIS, LATE of the firm of Crowley & Davis, do signs prosecuting the Planing business, at the old stand, on Rnnr Run. Thanklul for the liberal bestowal of patronage hereto fore, he will endeavor lo merit i'.s conlintt-anot- by prompt nes nnd neatness. 10-tf HOWARD, ASSOCIA'N. IIIIL.AIF.L1'IIIA. A Benevolent Institution established by spe cial Endowment for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epi demio Diseases. 'PlIE HOWARD ABKOCIATION, In view' of the -L uwrul dastructinn of huinun life, caused by Hex mil diseases, and tho deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims or such dtseuses by Ctuacks, several yenrsago directed their Consulting tturgeon. as a CHA KITAULK ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this vUm or diseases, in all their forms, and to rive MKDICAI. A DVICK GKAT1S to all who apply Xy latter, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation, ha lilt of life, Ac.,) and In eases of extreme povortv. to FURNISH iJEDlCINKH FKEK OF CHAKUK. It Is needless tWdd that the Association communds the highest Medical skill or I lie ago, and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The 111 rectors of the Association, In their Annual Report upon the troulniout nfNexnal Diseases, for tho year ending January 1st, HiW, express tho highest satisfaction with the success which lias attended the labors of the Consulting (Surgeon In tlio cure of Sper matorrhiea. Seuiinal Weakness, Impotence, Gonor rhoea, Gleet, Riphllts, tliclvlce or Onanism or Kelf abusu, arc, and order a continuance of the same plun for the ensuing year. The Directors, on a roviowof Ihe past, foci assnrcd Jhiit their labors in lids sphere of benevolent effort have been of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote them selves, with renewed xeal, to this very Important and much despised cause. A.n, ""'"''ruble Report on Ppermslorrho-s, or Rom Inal Weakness, tho vice of Onanism, Masturbation, or Bcir-abnie, and other dlsoases of tliesexuul organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sont by mull (In a sealed envelope), FKKKOF CHAKGK, on receipt of TWO STAMPS for postage. Other Reports and Tracts or tlio nature and treutment of sexual diseases, diet, &c., are constantly being published for gratuit ous distribution, and will be sent to the afflicted. Some of tlio new remidles and mothods of treatment discovered during the last year, are of great valun. Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. J. Mtll.LIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard A'socla lion, No. 3 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Hy order of the Directors. EZRA D. HEAKTWELL. President Gno. FAiariili.n, Secretary. 3B--t-novl5 ACER'S Ague Cure, FOR THE SPEEDV CURB OF Intermittent Fever or Fever and Ague, Remittent Fever Chill Fever Dumb Ague Periodical Headache or Bilious Headache and Bilious Fevers indeed for the whole class of diseases origi nating in biliary derangement, caused by the Malaria of miasmatic countries. No one remedy is louder called for by the necessities of the American people than a sure and safe cure for Fever and Ague. Such we are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the disease, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from its use in any quan tity. That which protects from or prevents this disorder must be of immense service in the communities where it prevails. Prevention is better than cure, for the patient escapes tho risk which ho must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. This ' Curb " expels the miasmatic poison of Fever and Aqub from tho system and prevents tho develop ment of the disease, if taken on the first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only tho best remedy ever yet discovered for this class of complaints, but also tho cheapest. Tho largo quantity we supply for a dollar .brings it within the reach of every body; and in bilious districts, where Fever and Aqub prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for cure and protection. It is hoped this price will place it within the reach of all tho poor as well as the rich. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for tho speedy and cer tain euro of Intcrmittents is, that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro duces no quinism or other injurious cllects whatever upon tho constitution. Those cured by it nre left as healthy ai if they had never had the disease. Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of diiord"rs arise from its irritation, among which are JN eurtilgia, ltheumatism, (lout, Headache, Blindness, Toothache, Knrnche, Ciitnrrh, Asth ma, Palpitation, l'niniul Affection of tho fSplecn, Hysterics, l'uin in the HowcIr, Colic, I'aralysis, and Derangement of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in this cause, put on tho intermittent type, or become period ical. This " CfitB" -expels the poison from tho blood, nnd consequently cures them all alike. It is an invuluublc protection to immi grants nnd persons travelling or temporarily residing in tho malarious districts. If taken occasionally or daily while exposed to the in fection, that will be excreted from the system, and cannot nccumulute in sr.llii-itnt quantity to ripen into d'seusc. Hence it is even more valuuble for protection than cure, and lew will ever suffer from Iutcimittents, if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy af fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FCH ALL TKE PURPOSES 0? A FAMILY TKVSIC, are so composed thnt disease tvithin tlio rnn;:o of their action can rnrely withstand or evade lliein. Their penetrnlinir uroncrties Rpnrrh. nnrl rli-.miv aud invigorate every portion of the human organ ism, correcting its diseased action, nnd restoring its healthy vitalities. As a consequence of these properties, the invalid who is bowed down with Eain or physical debility is astonished to find his ealtli or energy restored by a remedy at once so simple and inviting. Iot only do they euro the every-dav complaints , of every body, but also many formidable and dangerous disensos. Tho agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac, containing certificates of their cures and directions for their use in tlie following complaints: L'otfice nen.t, Heartburn, Headache arisivg from disordered Si innach, Nausea, Indiiextion, Vain in and Morbia lhactiori of tho liou-eii, Flatulency, Lost of Appetite,- Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, arising from a low state of the body or obstruction of its functions. They are an excellent alterative for the renovation of'lie blood and the restora tion of tone and strength to the system debilitated by disease. . . . : ; Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, FOR THE IUPTD CCRB 07 Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump tion, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients in advanced stages of the disease Bo wide is the field of its usefulness and so nu merous are the cases of its cures, that almost vcry section of country abounds in persons pub licly known, who have been restored from alarming ana even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use. When once tried, its superiority over every other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape observation, and where its virtues arc known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous affections of the pulmonary organs that are incident to our climate. While many inforiirr remedies thrust upon the community have faihrd and been discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefits on the afllicted they can never forget, and pro duced cures too numerous aud too remarkable to be forgotten. - ' PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Alien t8 D.Reed, Pomeroy; J. Schaffer Minersville; Suir & Eckstein, Cincinnati MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOUNG MARRIAGE. GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOUNG. MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. WM. YOUNG. MARRIGE GUIDE Young's Great Physiological Work: The Pocket t?scu lapius, or every, one his own Doctor, by Wm. Young, M. D. t It is written in plain language for the ten ernl reader, and is illustrated with . upwards of One Hundred Engravings. . All oung mar ried people or those contemplating marriage, and having the least impediment to married life, should read thi book. U discloses se crets that every one should be- acquainted with; still, it is a book ihit must be kept looked up, nnd no't lie about the bouse. It will be sent to any one on the receiptor twer-ty-five cents. Address Da. Wm. You no, 162 Spruce si n et, above Fourth, Philada., P. .F-inf 9, l"57 yl. DR. 1 WO RT M A N : rpENDERS HIS SERVICES TO THE PEO i. pie of the United States; after a close ap plication for over five years to the study and treatment of LUNG DISEASE by Medicated Inhalation. I claim positively to have been the first to introduce Inhalation in the WEST permanently, since when 1 have not treated less than six thousands cases. I have certificates of cures from almost every locality in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and. Michigan which will l e forwarded to any one by addiessine me atSandusky City, Ohio The system of Inhalation is dailv eainine ground and by the soothing, healing reme dies applied, together with proper constitu tional treatment, I am curing thousands heretofore incurable cases; and others incur able by any treatment. I am prolonging their lives and rendering them more comfortable. I five all my cases the benefits of the most scientific, constitutional treatment, tosetner w,tbXV7,ON' tnus ivin th " DOUBLE CHANCE OF CURE. The reasonableness of the treatment of Lunif and Throat disease bv Inimiaiin.. ;.. . 11 at a glance and needs no argument in iu lavor; uy u we reacn tne very seat of the dis ease in a mild and pleasant manner. I es pecially call attention to the fact thai I use the Brompton Hospital remedies, which were gotten up after years of experience, and thousands of cases treated. Thus it may be seen, I am not, as many are, experimenting. There are many who, are just begining to treat lung disease by Inhalation with remedies of their own getting up, and must be experi menting. I cheerfully endorse any honorable and scientific PlDsician who treats disease of the chest in this way, but all are Bot safe or suc cessful. I can send the Inhaling Instrument and full set of remedies to any part of the Union, by the Patient writing a full statement ofsymptons. Orders are solicited from all theafllicted in whose hands this notice may chance to (all. I also treat all chronic dis ease of every character; having taken eat pains to select the most successful remedies in the various old. long standing affections. Orders may be addressed to Dr. W. S. Wort man, Sandusky City. Ohio, with a stamp en closed to secure an answer. I refer in this county to F. S. Hoyt, Wm. Coleman. B. Divis, J. Baily, and J. Roberts, Long Bottom; A. J. Flesher, and Mrs. M. A. Taylor, Racine; and J. Anderson, Hockink port. MAV appointments. Pomeroy, Monday, May 30th; Portland, Friday noon and Saturda), 27lh and 28th; Gallipolis, Tuesday 31st. SOMETHING FOK EVERY LADY. Sheppard's Great Benefactor, TnCOREiTKKT PHRlODirAL REMEDY BVEK DISCOVERED I0OU VO&E9 RETAILED MOKTIILV. Tho Bonofnitorls fnralliiblc for the lmmerlluto ro-i?t-V.?rr! obs'rl'l;t''::'. Irregularitier, frolaii.ua Uteri (fn lliiK of the Womb) l.uiichorrhea, or Wliliea, ami all tlie dmeuaea iivcnllar lo lunnilps. 1 his reniRily has never In a ainglo oaso fulled Id producing the Malison. 1 have received many lotlom or rocoiiiiiuMulation, which nil auv: "It is tlio best remedy wo have ever usi." Sickness at the Sloiu ach. Lanpruor, Debility, Hnins In the Henri, Side ami Hiick, Ixwsof Appotlle, Costtveness, &c, are some latlon ',J'",,'t0"", 'hieu. attend iiregular Menstu- lliis remedy mny be had hy addressing; J. S. Khep. purd. West hoiirth street, Cinrliiaiili, nnd enclosing onedollar.aud the Kemody will be sent by return N. B. Indies who aro Prcpnnnl should not use this remedy, as it is sure to brio on misi arriiiire, tlioimli no injury to health would follow. One box one ilol lur. three bones two dollars. All letters of iniiiiiry must contain a postage stamp to lii-nire un answer. J. 8. SHEFPAKD, Ciin.ii.miti,Oliio. Sheitard's Celebrated Oriental Prkvenhve to Conc eption. Which I warriint will never fail. Antk-e. Ladles who do not i.di 1111 iiicrc.-.ss of family imiy rely on t his as a jerrei lly sufa ai d certain preventive. 1 1 is very simple in Us use, ami does not injure the system. Sent sucu're from observation to auv purl of iho United States, by mail, on receipt of tho inoii.-v. hole packies three dollars hair packntri a "two dollar; lixtra flue six dolinii. per piu k;.ire. .l.Wrcs . , J- M1K PA Ki), iinx BU3, J"'"'5"- t'iiicinuati. Ohl TO TEACHEKS. HtHE l)-nrd of School Examii tts forJlegi -L county will meet on the lirni Saturday o each month, nt fht Court H..ie, in lYm roy, for the Examination of Trncliers. Examination to commence m 10 o'cloc a. m. and coiilinne nil 4i o'clw k m. ID"' No Teacher need apply ' ki.i-Ii exami nation who has a ct-rtilirale valid lortlir. e months from the date of suid application. Hy order of the Board. 3fM5s W. H. I.ASI.EY," Clerk. A . KOH1 , ON Linn .Street, north of Smiili's Shoe Store, holds himself in reailinifss to re pair UMBRELLAS, in the most subMaiili.i manner. He will also buy, at liberal prints, old 'Umbrellas. no'22-ly K E M I NGTON HOUSE, romoroy, Oliio, F. 15. RIHELDAKFER, Proprietor. 'lulls HULbh is newly filled up by ihe X proprietor, an old hotel keeper, known lo you all. No pains will be spared to accom modate my old friends andnll who may soe proper to jjive me a call. The best of Host ieis and doners will lie in atterance at all "ours. F. B. KIUELDAKFER. Pomeroy, Nov. 2, 1858. A. G. CROWLEY & CO., WILL hereafter carry on the Carpenter and Joiner Business; Doors, Sash, Blinds, &c, executed to order. From long experience in business, we feel confident of giving perfect satisfaction in all ordersentrus tedto our care. For past patronage our thanks are due the public, and we respectfully ask a continuance of their favors. The mill is a few doors above Murdock &. Williams' Flouring mill. - . ,6,f. JOllJM ELBEN, M. D., Homofopathist and Hydropathist, 'TENDEKS his professional services to toe -I citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity. In John Geyer's Building, (formerly Ja cob Neitzling's,) on fcjeamore Street., nearly opposite Lowry's Tin Shop. POMEROY, O. Officio Hours Till 9 o'clock, A.; m. from J to 3 'clock; and from 7 to 8 o'clock, P. m. Oflice Prescrintions. from 25c. Cash. . r V June 2, '67 tf. N SOAP AND CANDLE M A N U F A C T fl RY, rjiHb, subscriber has the pleasure to JL nnounre to the rifiypns nf Pnmur.. an on J vicinity, that he has opened a shop on Sugar Run, neartr.e Tannery, where he will mann- fjictiire. and lcet?n rcnelnntlv nn K.nJ .M - ' 1- v.. ii u iiu a ti j ar'icle in his line of business; and we feel as- Burea that we can give satisfaction to all who may lavor us who a can. N. B. AH orders attended to as soon aa possible. . . . . DAVID GEYEK. , Pomttfoy, Aug. 24, 1852.-tf. FOR SALE OR LEASE: rTHE large and commodious four-story X House, on Mulberry Street, in Pomeroy. known as the "Steven's Property, will be rented entire, or sold on reasonable terms. It is very wdl adapted for a Hotel or Board ing House, being entirely new and com pletely and neatly, finished from bottom to top. The rooms are all well ventilated, and were arranged with reference to comfort and convenience. The location is, beyond doubt, the best available in the place lor the pur. poses for which it was designed, and there can be no doubt as to the superiority of the Building. "It will be leased for a period of five years, or, if sold, payments made easy and reasonable. For further, particulars in--quire soon, at the Houae, of marchl) 3m F. V. BTEVENS.