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I'oMF.iuiY, O., Tuesday: :,TfLY 19 itflUO Vlll. "We Usue this number ol the TeUgrajh from our new office in Edward's Building, at thocastend of Sugar-Run Bride, whore we will bo happy to see our friend... The editor lias also removed hia law offtVo to the same place, where he will be found in future by those -desiring his professional services'. V Sad Accident. Or Saturday last, a little son of our fel low Townsman, John S. Davis, while in the river bathing with other Lx-ys, got be yond his depth, and before assistance could rench him, was drowned. I lis body was reovered in about fifteen min utes, but life was extinct. lie was Home nine or ten years old. C'Olltl'IblllOI'N. It is an invariable rule in this office, never to publish a communication without knowing the name of the author. Per sons writing for the Teleyruph, will sim ply lose their labor, if they cannot confide their names with the editor. Of course, whatever may bo the disposition made the contribution, the name of the author will not be divulged, but we must know who is the writer, iefore publication. ."We have received a pretty little poem which we will publish with pleasure as soon as "Anom" wiil give us his or (as we suspect) her name. Transfer of Kt'iil Ksfuia for tlic ek Enmity .Inly IG. The following transfers of Land rere made on the books of the County Audi tor from the 9th to the lGlh of July. 1859: Hbdford Tp. Win. Rli-wiii-t ti lanbolla Millor, m-ro in fiectlon 8; 9.10. Lebanon Tp. Alfred Pinko n-l Id Win. II. Hull, 18 arrea In fiction f ; $300. Nptton Tp. Bra .1 foril llo 1! lo Mi, h:iel Wolf, 1(1.'; acres In Diction 10; )J1(X. Wnt. Gibus to .'nspor If'.iefVr, 411 m-rea In aprtlmi IP; J",.V). SALiRtn-Ry Ti. Jiiiiica G-ntlirk- to John om1 tll'tli arrc; 91(1(1. Homkr y. llana-l 6r liiitlilmrii to S. A. M. Moore it. i.. Oiijurii.aixis'j toi-t or i.ot in; iji.v. ITJ:s i laKe 1M'hsos Issued by the Probate Jtitlyo of Meh's O.mniy, for the week ending July lGih: J. 13. Taylor to Maty J. M.nkhnm; Au gust Sur to Eva Binnstd. Suddem Oeatii. Mr. Jeremiah Anuer- wiwi li v.tl it viwt 1 Il tiw. l.1it fl,i v.!.. 8., nt,;.. ,i:.i ., ... j.i..'i -p.. '.. , v ' , r V '" day hint, II was nt work and dmnk very copiousij o out waier, and tet-ling un- well laid down in the shade ol Suddenly lit, was seized wiih nnd death shortly after ensued. -in :od Chr.niicle. a tree. crampin"' -All'O!!0- " (Gommu uicatrt). ! Yut tin- .Mi'!" ( "ii ii t 'i'l-l-'rnjili. 'I'lm 'S'ftri pot: nc Mi'i it lit. Which adiuiinipd on the V iust., to I lie MJ1, nn!' at, the j l ice designated, and li Chairman being absent, Dr. J. 1 '. Lung was i-iiose i iihiiui.im. The nieeiing aL once proedi'd to busi tiess by calling for the r. poit of tlio (,'om mittt'e on resnlu'.ions. Rev. S. M. Uriijlit then rend the fullow ing report., which, with some amendments, was adopted by the meeting: IlKI'OUT fr T1IK COH.MITTKK OS" I'l.lS OK OPKIIA TION KO'l THK tl I'rilKHSION Of I N TK II PK II A XCK. Your conmiitlee njinointeil for t lie pnroose o. devising some plan for -he su ppies-io,, of intemperance in our town and its vicinity y, beg leave to report ns follows I n order to ascertain the means withi n our ! reach for accomplishing the desired object, We tiave examined the law upon the s.ibjocl, and while wo must acknowledge that it is not what we could desne in every respect, yet we think Hint if it Is energetically and judi ciously executed, it will go fur to ward a bat i ng Hie evil, if it does no', enli.ely ilo it away. - in the general law of the State we find these provisions: 1. That it is unlawful to sell intoxicating liquors in any quantity to bed rank in or upon the premises where sold, or upon any ad joining premises. Wine from pure juice of the grape cultivated in this State, beer, ale and cider, excepted. 2. It is unlawiul to sell intoxicating liquors to Illinois, without a written order from pa rent, guardian or family physician. Wine, beer, rle and cider, not excepted. 3. It is unlawful to sell intoxicating liquors to any person intoxicated or-who is in the habit of getting intoxicated. Wine, beer, ale tird cider, not excepted. 4. That all places whore intoxicating liquors (except wine beer, ale and cider) "are sold in violation of this act, may be shut up an I abated os public nuisnnces, upon the conviclion of the keeper thereof. 6. That giving awny, or any other shift or device to evade the law, is to be regurded as selling. 6. It is unlawful for any person to cet in toxictiteil. Penalty, 9b and costs. 7. That in cae any person shall tal;e charge of, and provide for, an intoxicated person, he shall be entitled to receive from the person who sold the liquor causing the intoxication (if sold contrary to this act), a reasonable compensation, and St per day iu addition, to be recovered in a civil action. 8. That every wile, child, parent, guardian or employer, who shall be injured iu person, or properly, or means of support, in conse quence of the intoxication of any person, shall be entitled to receive from the person who, contrary to this act, sold the liquor causing the intoxication, a compensation for all damages actually received, and a so exem plary damages. 9. That the real estate and personal prop erty of the peson found euilty, is liable for fines and costs; and in ease the property be longs to another person, it is still liable for tho fine and costs, that is, if the owner know ingly suffered it to be used for the sale of in toxica ting liquors. 10. Any person lo whom intoxicating iiq uor is sold in violation ol this act is a competent witness to prove the fact. In the act to prevent the adulteration of liquors, it is provided, That any person who knowingly sells adul terated liquors, or liquors' thst'havo not been inspected, shall be fined not less than tlPO nor more than $500, and be imprisoned not less than 10 nor moie than 3(J days. Jn our corporation laws we find it provided. That if any person shall keep a disorderly house, by permitting drunkerintss, gambling, fighting, quarreling, revelry, or such loud and boisterous speech os to disturb quiet and peaceable citizens residing in Ihe vicinity, he shall be fined not less than $2, nor more than t'JO. Having 1US referred briefly lo the means within our reach for accoiruiln.bing the end j-roposed, your con.mit.tee would oflcr for ddption the following tr.iolntion.s: J. tcsolved. Thai wr pledge ouis'.lves . 'o use nil lawful menus for the removal of in temperance from ntnon;,' ii. 2. Kesnlvid, That wii will use morn 1 sua sion willi the dm ukriid, n nd also wiih Miu drunkard maker us lnnp n there i n prorprcl of success; lint when thiti fnils, we will not hesitate to use tin strong arm of the law. S. KcroIvcu, Thnt n commiliee of five be ,-ippninttd from each wnnl, whose duly it bIiiiII he to carry out the wishes of thin meet ing under the following regulations: 1. The three committees thus" appointed sTin 1 1 meet together as booh as may be conve nient, and fleet n Chairman, Secretary end Treasurer, nnd when thus organized ahull be colled the genera 1 committee. 2. As soon ns possi'ile alter ine or;n nida tion of the general committee, the committees of the several wards a.'iall meet separately nnd organize by appointing a Chairman and Secretory, and shall be called the word com mitters. 3. It shnll be the du'y oT Hie wan1, commit lees to meet in the general committee, when notified so to do, to act under their direction, and to report to them all their official acts. 4. It shall be the duly of ll.e general com mittee to carry out, os far as possible, the resolutions of the citizens' meetings, passed from time to time' 6. The Secretary oflhepeneral committee fchn'l mnke a rerort of the doings of the com mittee, ahd the Treniurera repmt of the state of the treasury, to each meeting of the citi zens, if called upon so to do. 6. The general committee shall be respon sible tD the citizens' meetings for the proper performance of their duties. i. The Chairman oflhepeneral committee, in pnniimriioii with the Chairmen of the ward committees, shall have power to coll niefctinys of the citizens whenever they think it neeessary. i. Resolved, That we pledge ourselves, in dividiiolly.Jto assist, in every reasonable milli ner, the general nnd word committees in the discharge of their duties. 6. Kesolved, That a fund of 200 be pledged by this meeting, to be used, if neces sary, bv the general committee, in the dis charge of their duties. And in case of neces sary expenditures, n percentage slip 1 1 be drawn from each subscriber to this fund, suf ficient to raise the necessarv sum. C. Kesolved, Thnt it shnll be the duty of the gen'-ral committee, in some manner agreed upon by them, to notify each person suspected of viclating the law, of the action of this meetini', and also to instruct him or her with regard to the provisions and penal ties of the law, and that for the first known violation of the low, they wiU be prosecuted. 7. Hcsulved, That the general committee may adopt any measures not in conflict with the resolutions of this meeting, for accom- 1 pushing the desired end the banishment of 1 intemperance from among us. i 8. ites-ol vt', That tin; general committee U Itr I CICV liifll I'lsivU Ilin ic Hi l fi ll lilt u i J I Torn series ol Temperance lectures. v ",nD -""' a" "'"""o l" 1,1 aJ All of which is respectfully submitted. j weeds calmly, on the coiner of Water and t M- Hklkauo, 1 Crooks streets, bound with the results of C. 1.. j)uNNAi.i.r, i hemp and tow, and anointed in close ap L. E. IJuwkn.' J 'plication with "peach and willow oil;" Committee. ! said purpose being, to drive from hint the The resolutions appeal ns amended by j monster demon, "III nature," which has the meeting. possessed bim, causing frequent commo- A committee on nominations was tip- lions in the family circle, pointed bv the Chair, whose duty it was The peace and sweetness of a "dog's" to nominate persons to act on the several: committees, which consisted ot JJlessrs, Judge M. Mecknrd, Rev. S. M. Blight, and Mr. II. Cohen. The committee ticked 1 permission to report at the next meeliii granted. On motion, it was Tl.nt -Mr. T . A. Plants be re queued to deliver n Temperance Address 10 j the?.!, li. Church, on I liilay night, J u I y 22d. " otiou, tin.; publishers of the "Meigs Telegraph " be leijiiested tn publish the proceedings of this nircting. j The nueiing llien ndjoiuiied, to meet on j Friday fveuiiia otllie .M. K. Church. ' i J . f . UIINU, Uhaiiimm . i A. R. McLalt.iii.i.n, tiec'y. for ttu Mui.. County Ti'h'ffrapli. R utland, July 5th, 1C58. Editor In a former number of Ma. j your excellent paper, you gave notice that the Fourth of J uly would visit a number of places that you mentioned, which, 1 presume, it truly did, and hoping that it : will be in accordance with your wishes, I i tn!;e the responsibility to give you a sketch 'of the proceedings at our celebration on j "Independence Hill," situate on the road C.. I..,1....,1 .... n i r i...5tt:n r. nu... vuwai.u fiBuusjiu.u. yju ! one side of the road, at some distance ! f..om l.ena,i. prpfl(Ii f,ianl, nf I l - r o- I native forest, was erected a platform fori 0,,o.,i,,.,.o ,i f.. i;r, : i i ....o, ...... .v. n.c iio.i.ii- juui- , lilude. Here the people gatheied for the purpose of listening, and at a proper lime the audience were called to order, and Geo. Cook was called to preside for lhe day. The Declaration of Independence was then read by J. P. Higley, after which the President introduced Elder Jaynes, of Illinois, who gave a splendid oration on the subjpet of our independence, sketching, in brief, our whole history from the landing of the Pilgrims to the present time, touching upon tho old French and English war in this country, and upon the cause of the Revolution. He eulogized the signers of the Declaration of Inde pendence for the patriotism they displayed in behalf of their country, and pronounced encomiums ot praise upon our -noble Washington and a host of his coadjutors, together with the stranger from a distant land, who so nobly carried on the war and conducted it to a happy peace, not for getting to mention Franklin, Adams, Jef ferson and others, who so nobly acted their part in the Legislative affairs of our country, closing with a seniimentnl strain upon the Justice and Eternal principles of Right on which the Declaration is founded. The President then announced that dinner was ready, and a procession was formed, and we were lead by martial music to the table, which was well sup pled with food for the outer man, and after this favorable repast the peopta were again conducted, by the music, to the place for speaking, after which the Presi dent introduced Elder J. G. MiteheJ, who, agreeably to the wishes of the executive committee, made a speech on the subject of Temperance; though not "being so pop ular a subject as the ono before dinner, yet he made a powerful effort, denouncing the grog seller to the last extreme, and bringing the sayings of the "wise man" down in thunder tones upon those who look upon ,4wine when it is-red," closing with an able argument, showing the cer tainty of increasing appetite where lhe habit of tippling and dram drinking is fos tered. The President then called for toasts if any were prepared, but none being ready, and the people being fully saiUtied j with the entertainmrnl both of the outer' and inner man, the nn.ciing was adjourned, and so ended the celebration on Indopcnd- enco'llill, which will be long remembered by the lovers of F 1-ettdoiu nnd Temperance. Yolll if, A Si'UC'l ATOIt. For llio Meis bounty Tub'priirih. Kiilfbiilli Scliool CcIclirnUuii. Adams' Mill, July 4 th, 1859. According to previous arrangement, the Sabbath School of this place met at the M. E, Church at 9 o'clock, and were formed in procession by our accomplished Mar shal, Mr. E. L. Johnson, and marched to the grove about half a mile distant. Im mediately after we were seated, exercises were commenced The following is a programme: Singing by the Sabbath Scliool. I layer by the lie v. Mr. Kelly. Reading the Declaration by Mr. C. S. Smart. Sabbath School address by Rev. Mr. Kelly. Singing by the Sabbath School.. Address bv Mr. D. A. H&nnum. Address by Mr. C. S. Smart. Address by Mr. Sam'l Miller. Refreshment. Singing by the Sabbath School. Everything went off agreeably, and all were convinced thnt the spirit of '76" still burns in the breasts of some, at least., of the inhabitants of Adams' Mill. The ppeeches were excellent; the speak ers showed most clearly if we wished to perpetuate our l-lerty, and extend its blessings to all, we must guard and en courage our Common Schools, our Free Institutions, and our Seminaries of liC.nn- ing, and labor dilltgently in their exten sion, f For the jMMijra County Tulvfrmpli. Syracuse, O., July Oth, 1C59. Mr. K'ditoi Strange to say, our town lias at last experienced something new un der the sun. Last evening, wl. en the celestial twilight of nature wns exchanging thick for thicker, and old "Sol" had stepped out, cries of direst distress greet- ed the ears of a portion of our community, The wonder if, "vhether, under the name and title of organized regulars or violence committee, a creature of the "better" ft i ii me nas ueen me experience oi tne neip I meet," whereby and for which cause, the !"Fnir" of humanity those of-her own 'class, administeied the above mentioned. "Caution" should now be written on i every corner with this definition: "beware ' of the late organization of the daughters of Ave," for into their hands do 1 commit myself, if overtaken, and alas! doom! What a Feme .'. O! Masculine, beware of the nine! Adieu! j NOTICE TO Bill DOE BUILDERS. OKALKO propox;ils will he recf-iveU nt the 1 1 O Auditor s OHice in I'omeroy, (or re-build-j in;; the l?iii!ue across the mouth of Snpar ,1'un, according to the following ppecifica ! l ions: The width of the base to be eighty feet; j '.he width of tlie top thirty feet; the hight lo be the same os the old stone bridge, which is J about twenty-live fet-l above the bed of the i run. To be bnifl so thnt the top of the bridge ; nt the upper side shall be on the line of the ' street . ' The bottom is to be fillet) with rubble stone ; folidly packed with a rnmuier, and well pre i p.io-d for a course of dressed stone lor the foundation and bottom of the culvert. The I foundation of ihe culvrrt to be of dressed rock i eighteen inches square, four feet and three ,- t iu lensti. txtendini across lhe bottom and under the wall on eat h side, breaking if.,inls'. ?n.(1 this foundation to be six feel below tne miiuue oi tne oui arcn. The culvert to be four feet wide at the bot- torn and six feet high in the clear, the walls lo - of lress,,i sione. eighteen inches so no re a nd each course ot stone drawn in so t hat it shall be but two feet wide at the top, and to b rapped over with heavy dressed stone, twenty inches in thickness nnd four and one-half feet long. The whole to be filled with rubblestone, so as to form a regular grade Irom bottom to top, the surface to be leveled off ard covered with cinder to the depth of six inches making a level smool li surface foraroad. The base Is to extend on the side next the river fifteen feet, and filled with n regular grade from the ex tremity of the base to the bottom of the cul vert, to be covered over with dressed stone for the passage of, the water from Ihe culvert to the river; this passage to be six feet across the bottom, and both edges raised sloping out ward with an angle of forty-five degrees to the hight of two feet. At lhe foot of the base next the river, ten spiles, each sixteen feet long and ten inchts at the small end, and not more than two feet from center to center, are to be driven fifteen feet into the ground. It is to be understood in the above specili- calions,that the present deposit in the bottom of the run is to be removed, that the rubble stone may be placed on a solid foundation. The undersigned will attend at the Audi tor's office, on Saturday the 30th day of July, at 11 o'clock a. m., to open and received bids, and to contract at his own discretion, for the building. For further particulars, inquire of E. S. Ed wards or at the Auditor's Office. JOHN K. ELLIS, one of the Commissioners of Meigs Connty. July 12-23-tt. ISO TICK a HIE creditors of the late firm of MiLs, - Lasher & Johnson, of Racine, in Meigs County, are hereby notified that the subscri ber has been appointed by the Probate Court of said County, and duly qualified, as Trus tee, in the place of B. K. Miles, the Assignee of said firm of Miles, Lasher & Johnson, nnd thatsaid creditors are required, within thirty flays, to present their claims against said fir m, duly authenticated, to the undersigned, at Hacine lor allowance ani settlement. CAULETON YOUNG, July 12-28-St. Trustee. LUMBER FOR SALE. A CHOICE AND LARGE LOT OF WELL seasoneil PINE AND HEMLOCK LUMBER for sale on reasonable terms. Those wishing to purchase arc invited to call and examine for themselves. Inquire in Pome roy, of mrl5-y A. E. MURDOCK. GOLD FENS OF Sheppard's, Dawson and Warren's make, warranted good, for sale at P. LARIBRECUT'S June 21-C5-m. Jewelry Store. REMINGTOJM HOUSE. r . IS . IC I II KLUAKFEK, JL-"x opi-iotor AT THK HEAD OF STEAMBOAT UNllINfi, FllONT HTIUCF.T. POMEROY, OHIO. GREAT WONDER OK Till', M.NKTliK.NTH CJS.NTl'HY, Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative. Kn h tlio f-M. I.uiiU. (Mil.) n-mocrt:" r:tnw. wn pubiisli ii l.-iti-r tu lir. Vuotl, ol IhU rltj, inmi u Ht'iiU.-iiiuii In Miiliu-,-whtoli peHi cl'iii(tly nr llio iir mvi-ilx of till ll'ilr Uiinc. Nucli ( vlUoni'u rauat Imvu Hi rtlcrl. wln-ti eomiuir Iroin n relinbln aourcH. li" Trlitli-ul'' are ttimruiiteo or truth, llio lr. noiiua no i-iK uuituni. nor ut'l-i pui.cry iruin i prrn: . K iil, .Mik, Jun.SO, 1K5U, rnf(nor ). J. Wnod A Co.: Oknti.kmkn: lluvtnjc my mtnlln cnllud a few iiioiillix mute ti tlio li ilt 1 y Ixninllclul vNvcm of onr liHir rHiorntive, 1 wim inoucuil to nuika iiirliOHlioii l it upon my ovn luiir.wliii Ii bud bocome tpille ifiur, priibubiy onu-ltiir'l li.ilo;- my wlilxkom wmo uf. tlio limn i-linntcler. Somo llircii moiithn lnco I prncurud h boulo or your lintr restorattvo, and tmrd it. 1 noon round It vna proving what I had wiolied. 1 uacd It ubout twlotf a wui-k. 1 luive iiico procured nnothi r bo'.tle. of wlilt'll I liuvo uacu touin. can now cur- tily to tlio world thai llio gray or wlilto hair has to. t.tii v jiiMiiiiiifarml. Imili on inv haad and face, and niv hnir nun resumed tla natural color.and 1 bellavu moru anrt and irlonny than It bus boon bal'uru for twonty-ltva vi-ar. I inn now elxty jears old; my frond wlfo at tb iiiro ol lllt -two, bus uaad it with aume etfeot. Tbu above noticu 1 dci m due to you for your val- uablu discovery. I nm asureu uiui wnouvar win riirlillV IIKU. II X l;Ur ! 1 fl)!' t i OIIS. Will liot llUVU OC'bUBioil to coiilriidirt inv atutuuunts. I am a clliti'ii of this itv iiml n ruHldL-nt hero for the last Itltoen yrars, and am known to neurly every ono hure and adjolnlna; towns. Anv umi ou tnuy imike or thu abnve, wltli my iiuuiu illlacliud. la at your so rvluo, as I wIhIi tu tire-servo tlio beauties of nature In others us well us .nyaell". I um, tru ly, J ours, p HAVMONO. Kii.Tinona, Jim. S3, lf5H. WOOD'S HAIR KKhTOKATIVK. rrorcasor Wood Dear Sir: Having hud tlio niUfor tuuo t lou tbu best portion of my linir, rroiu the cutsets of yellow fever, In New Orleans, in 1854,1 was induced to inuke u trial of your prrpuruliun, and found It loiumwer ns the very tliinn ueoded. My hnir ix now thick mill iLossy, nnd no words cun express my nbtifrations to you in giving to the afflicted suctl a lru"uro- F1XLEY JOHNSON. Tlio undorsinnod, Kev. J. li. Mrapg, Is a iiiinller In rejrular Htuinlhiir, and. puslor ol Ilia Orthodox i huri li lit lironklluld. Musk. Ho Is a guntlciiiuu of ire ii I iiil'iuuuuu unci uiiivursiilly bolovoil. rtrookflold, Januiiry 1-, Ip.jH. Hroleiwor Wood Dear Kir: Having lYiailo trial of vour Hnir Hestorntlvc, It gives mo pleasure to say, Unit its cttocl tins been excellent In runioviiijr iiiflnin. niatinn, ilnndruir and a voiiHtiint tundeni'y to lu lling vti.ii wlilcli I have been troubled from my child hood : .nil has alio rentorod my huir, which wu bucnuiiiiu: v, to ilu orifcinul color. 1 haVtf used no other ur vT'lli unytiiiiig like the suiue' pluusure or nrollt. Utio Vours.truty, J..K. HHaLu. Tlio Rosi;rnti ?" I"'1 "P ' Bottli-s ol' 3 sizes, viz: lar-f, iiiedluni and ull; the small holds ), a pint, unif retutls lor ono UuliJ' Pr botllo; the n.e.liuui h. 1.1a .it least twenty p.- c-.V't. more In propDrt m. tin... tl.e. snu.ll, retail 'for lt0 Oo."ars a be ,t le; bo largo holds u quart, 40 per t ent, more ,." broportion nnd re'.uilK tor three dollars u bottle. '0. J. WOOD oi CO.. Proprietors, 4U Broadway, ew York, and 114 Market M., St . J.oiil, Mo." And sold by all good DruyijisU and Fancy Goodn Dealers. July h, 'JH-3UI. .txn NEW PRICES, AT MIDDLEPORT, OHIO. rnMIE subscriber would respect fully form his friends, and the public g iii- "cn- erally, that he has just received, and now opening, one the "lUKial '.'I U in... i.J ''ioi-Ml 'wtal W W AND STOCKS OF MERCHANDIZE ever before brought to this market,' .all of which, having been bought on the best of terms, will be sold att'sinall advance upon Kastein cout for ik4i Jul. ijt i -JL- J$!b Positively we have reduced our prices 10 to 25 per centf, siiice adopting the READY PAY SYSTEM, and find that it is THE principle upon which to sell 0 H'EA P 0 0 OS It is deemed unnecessary to enumerate the matty different kiuds of Goods on hand, and will only say that we have E V E E X T EC I SF G pertaining lo the Trade. We would respectfully ask an exami nation of our stock and prices, feeling con fident that we can render perfect satisfac tion to every one that may favor us with a call. R. B. WILSON, 22-3m. ITlKldlcport, Ohio. BOOKS' FOR SALET" I?RESII GLEANINGS, Fudge Doings, The ; Longnctte, Hattle of Summer, by Ike Marvel; House-Hold Scenes, Bell Smith Abroad, The Dead Secret, Grace Lee, The Torchlight, Rachel Gray, The Coquette, Woodhill, Life's Lessons, Columbia, Juli enne, The'Ivores, Busy Moments of an Idle Woman, Ellen or the Claimed Mother, Home Hits, Fern Leaves, Retribution, Rose Clark, The Missing 1) ride, Courtship and Marriage, Love alte'r Marriage, Pluni Pie, Iiustah, (DoesticUs'-Nick of the Woods, Inquire Within, M'ackedsie's 6000 Receipts, Journey to Central-Africa, India, China and Japan, Views on Foot in Europe, by Bayard Taylor, at publishers prices, by yi-ly. WM. II. REMINGTON. A LOT FOR SALE. A LOT, nltliough in Town, yet not a town j:, jot, but a lot ol 1.,... I T mil elry and Fancy Goods, Pi iVS old stand of P. LAM-gyi jVEg bkkciit 8, inree uoorsvA'xst? s below the Court-House on ti.e west side of Court Street, Pomeroy, O. ! would beg leave to add that I have just returned from the City with a fine selection of the above mentioned goods, bought at prices which enables me to sell cheaper than ever. An Examination is solicited. June 2l-25-3m. P. LAMBRECHT. THE "GOOD TIME COMING" X J3 X3C 33 XX JEJ . rrtllK toiulily of It Is In Mnyliuph'a Building:, on -L Front struet, West ot Court, into winch lius removed tils Grocery eslHlilIshment. formerly kept on tlio i-ornor r Court ami Front. In oix-niiiir In this coinmoilious lioiino. I m lull to uy totlie .oruiur nutron of the llouoe, thai you will liereaitor (IikI as fierlitorori-, tlio iK-st artl-li- lirntifrlit to tills market, ami nl n low prices us Afford! bv other. I run exhibit, ninonsr otlipr thing, good CnfTox, Ton, Hi i-nRirt jvioitintts, i onncro, t,iritrfl, rin, I reolii TnrUir, Culcluip, Prmicii, KhIsIii, Nuts and ('oiircctioiiuru-sol all kiiuln-.CoMiitry Cured Haio,&c Wlllnw KuskrtM. Wooden Hui-kt-tK, Cliurna, &c. t onirai-14 oil l no inaoo Willi l oniiiry sien-n.-tnts. i unit othi-rn wh-o linvo lrodu. lo aidl, to rwri-ive nil . Ih -irinlirlos nl stipnliitcd irioun,or at tht'ir inurkcl i riilii'- tvhrii di'llvercil. i --ly-.w .S.S. SILVERMAN, Ag't. ! 1 i mwimm&, $mm$w&, ! V A. QATCIIISL'S S10032S, FRONT STItEET, HEAD OF STEAMBOAT LAX DING, Iomoroy, Ohio. "fT HAVE just returned from Cincinnati with one of the largest and best asaortmeitt of Furniture ever brought lo this Market, embracing tunny now etyles, all of which is manufactured by the oldest and most experienced Manufacturer!) i" Cincin nati, and is warranted to be a good, both in style and workmanship, as any Bold h ie or elsewhere. My stock consinis in part of 40 duz. Chairs, embracing many new and beautiful styles: Bedsteads of eveiy description; Dress and plain Bureaus; Mahogany, Walnut, and Cherry stuffed seated Chairs; Sofas nnd Lounges; Elisabeth Chairs; Rocking Chairs; AVd many other arlides not here enumerated, all of which will be sold nt very low prices, C XI. O -A. !3 XX . Thankful for the very liberal share of patron age heretofore bestowed, I hope,. by strict attention to business, and LOW PRICES, i to merit a continuance of the same. I UNDERTAKING. Metalic and Wood Coffins, of all sizes, kept constantly on t nana. Oea,Ier xzsl Stoves. . . Tiiosc now on hand the Gas and Smoke, thereby saving 50 per cent, oi 'fuel. These Stoves arc from the celebrated Works of "These Patent Gas-Burning Stoves do not choice up with soot and dirt; ns fdhptr, will, and haAro a slroncer draft and bake more ouickly and evenly. Another great advantage others,' is, that the Top Tlates being nor become twisted, as all other (Joal btoves do, thereby saving expense and trouble. We claim for these new Talent Stoves First-, A great saving of fuel. Second, A much quicker and hotter oven from the same fuel. Third, The preservation of center pieces. Fourth, Cleanliness, as there is not one-half the dirt and 60ot that is found iu other Stoves. " , Fifth, These Stoves all have a draught of cold air back of Fire-Plates, which will protect it from burning out so fast as iu other Stoves. Iu addition to these celebrated Patent Gas and Smoke Burning Stoves we have a large assortment of the very best SUCH AH LIVE OAK, VICTOR 1 OAK, AND MINNESOTA. HEATING STOVES OF EVERY VARIETY. PAllLOll AND FRANKLIN STOVES. AND FOR TINWARE AND STOCK We arc unequalled, and will sell low for GASH DH" PKSBEHS2L Old Metal, Brass, Pew ter, Copper, Hags, Beeswax, Old Silver, &c., always taken. rcmeroy, 0., May 24, 1068. taw! 4 (DOT 23 EDSES Mm SJHIIS HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, &c, HAVING received n large and carefully-selected StocK of Gnoda adapted lo the Fall Trade, (and which will be. ktpt complete by frequent additions during the winter,) I am prepared to offer to my patrons, nnd the public at large, everything, as far as possible, necessary to constitute a full Stock in the above lines, and whic, will be sold fur CASH or cou'Mry produce, on ihe most favorable teinis. THE TAILORING BUSINESS Will be conducted, as heretofore, under the supervision of N. M. M'GLOTILIN. assisted by ns competent workmen as any in the county. Everything in the way of Making, Cutting, or Repairing, promptly attended to. the 3E"asis:x33Nrs arpoxi the je.32jso 3r will at all times be found "on hand, together w ith a full 6tock of C"oth6, Cassimeres, Vestings, fec. Pomeryy, Dec. 6, 1868. N. B. To those whom I have extended a short credit, and who are new disre garding the moral obligation incurred up -according tj agreement, I wish to Hay I will not hesitate to remind you, if necessary, in a forcible manner, thai a legal ob ligation was also incurred. AND Jh Sl O S3! E XT S - S E3C O - A GHICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS-rLOUGIIS. PLOUGII POINTS, Harrows, etc., Sugar Wills, Corn Shellers in constant supply. All articles of Iron or Brass used in salt-making, or in the roal business; Car Wheels. Saw or Grist-Mill Cranks, Gudgons. Spindles, Shafts, Pulleys, Spur and Bevel Wheels, of the roost improved patterns. STEAM ENGINES, or superior strength and finish. HOUSE GRATES nnd STOVES, for Coal, constantly on hand. MAC11INKRY of all kinds repaired with Brass, and Vast or Wrought lion J. V, POMEROY, Superintendent. Pomeroy, Angus! 31, I8o0. 35-tf AT I What-nots; 1'Ialn nnd lanry btamie; Dining and extension Tablee; Card and Center Tables; Wright's Patent Spring Bed Bottoms; LiOoking-(.ilas8es, in great variety; j Looking-dlass Plates; i (Jilt and Rosewood Moldings for Picture j Frames, &c, &c; I January 25, 1859 4-Jy , . a are warranted to nuni Hit :xg Talent Sieves have over all!'1"11 be 'eturued double and hollow, they will not warp To aI1 from wl" (Successor to W. J. Trail, Ar"ul.) CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP E.ST! 'ia "- ;i "MOW .ffr j-I ifrrat.lv rrs hi enti! P'.wk m uooii.t nr. prratly rtdused prioi-n. Io hinnrn ahout it; lie isla'und. m:i ai.fi .. i !! sr'; cheopot than aiiy othtr I'H'.ahlishun :ii in tr.ij cimmufliiy. if you ! not btlieve it, jiml ;it- h:;o a ' c!'. find se-B i r yourselves. Hit st'i: In., m-ni e Ice led w.tli cf.r, uiiJ exiinrs'y for i M ' ui.ir kct. si he uirh- fo pri-pHiu 'nr thtf Sprini; I mile. ,v otlVm liil.t i ii-l ui -i:;i oi . t'lci.!; Col'iiialii l.i li.ilt of lh: IoII.'V.mPl' iirliclcr: LU1 ' II 11 KM. Oonl.-', I'. oils, aril Licii! f : i r : m . " i ' r ; Uoorls; "Drv Goods" cvt'fV ! r linliuo ; QucenavvaiK, anil a coinplele rt"i k oi lljnl '.varc; Carpi iid.i mid l'iiiiet 'i'ouii., liii'.s mul Cups. 'U toceriw:" C'oli'oe, linni", Tfn.s, oap, Condi &.C. nml L n i i 1 1 ni lutet iu !., such as lloors, S;:b, ( las.-;, Nn.li. ir. Removal. W. A. A1CI1ER, W ATCI.J MAUL I , Has Removed his TO A. BURN AP'iS N'KW BLIILDLNfi, Right at the Head of the Wharf-Boat Landing Road, next door below Reming ton's Siore; and informs herewith, il hi.-t customers and Ihe public in general, that, he did, at the fcame time, open his new Kloi-k, comprising all Lhe latest patterns of "7W tolies, CLOCK S, AND J'A2sTCY ARTICLES. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Which he will sell at very reasonable j j prices, and warsants t vc-iy article lo beef I lhe same (jualily and value as represented, j His loie-Rotm is spacious, and cx j pressly fitted up for the commodious i J ception of customers, where thc-y h ill lind . l i?.r .. . . ; 11 a I'WiPi anu satisiacioi y aiu-muno in ail ... t8 pPortaii,infftoi,iSbu8ineBM. All liia vvork, .Mich as WATCH, CLOCK, A-ND JEWELHY H I UJt :'XJLJi U , Will be executed in the very best man ner, jirompt nnd durable. All his work is warranted to give satis faction, otherwise the money laid out, for L io m be lias received jmt- onaje, lie returns cordial thanks aiul wibhes for a continuance of the same. W. A. AICIIEU, Jeweler, At tlie head of Wlinrf-Uoat Luudiny lload, Foineroy, O. n3-tf. WALNUT STREET HOUSE. CixLcinuati, Oliio, J. W. SWEENY, PIlOITiIETOJl Walnut Street, between Sixth anUSeveiitlt Streets, En.it side. DRUGGIST AND ArOTIIKCAltV, Dealkr in Oils, Paints, Buusiies, Yau- NJSIIES, DVESTVFFS, PERFtrMERl , and Eakcv Articles, FISOKT STKrET,rOM13KOV, o. Prescriptions carefully put up. jan9-2-2 " ALFRElsiESMlf H (I.ATEOF THEFIliM OF STEVliXSON, BOWJS.N & KESMITH.) NOW V I T II AI. WILLIAMSON & CO.. Wholesale Dealers and Jobbers in DRY GOO D S , J25 ITX:ii kvt V 49 1 ConinsficfMs.. I. 1. v 1 1,1,1 , .Wfill.M ). II. V I l,M)i, S. M. ANliliKNON, ( II. I . FOVI KK, ) 1. v ll,J,n.li,U.M . ,. Jll, ,,,! -.1!. V.,,1,,1.1. II wii.snx I I'll 1 1 DELPHI 1. Miiri-li I, IVni - G A S II E O It AT the C oulr i dgc Mill. r-pME hiir'iest )iri will '..r? p;,;.T. in C AS!T, -L for WllK.AT.at It-.e COALRIDHK MIM,, in Pnmernv. V. O. WILLIAMSON. Kil.niaiv 15 ',359 If MILLINERY. LOVK Ol'' A LONNK'I'." rf'.i1E siil.scnbir wouhl respectfully inform j -i- lit-i old customers and tlie ffrnn citizens ol romeroy ami vicm- J;'JSjgi-SCTj ity, IhatBhe is now in receipt 'ASjjA ot" a fnil and splendid stock of 5WrM .Millinery Goods, direct from &V!r4 New Yerk, which she will m-U WTXSt, very low fi.cosli. She may be jm found at her old stand, ttvojKci doori above Smith's Shoe Store, ff f where she will he liappy to wait on all who may favor her with their custom. Ladies, call and examine her slock, nt it is complete. Cliildrens' w-.-nr in abund ance; also. Ladies' linn nets, trinimed or im Irimmed. Itibbons and Flowers of tvery de scription aiid price. Lion't forget tiie place on Front Stret I, two doora above Smit h's Slioe Store. 12-ly. S. D. (ilBSO.V. :i11Io, IIitri'Saiifl Trunk Itnn- llllM llll'Or, iTliUIIO0-t, O , T7" EF.PS constantly oa hand and will mk IV to order, all of the various articles nsit ally maiiufactnied in sucli establishments. He culls particular attention to his Hiiru.-fM making, and "defies tli? world" un fancy mounttd double or single Harness. Ho not ("ail to give me a call in my shop on Rutland Street, at the head of First Stree'., in lloirs building, up stairs. Cash paid fur in I kind; of Hides, Skins, 4c, at the highest mniKel -price. fJiuie 21-25-ly. 1 1IK Iftrg' st assortment of I'ocket Books, f Firiitlenien, and CiL'nr Cflea, iVc, tale foi.iiii nt I'. LAMiiKKCHT'S June Jl-'O 3iil. Jewtliy Su.ff,