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JCW. is wiid that Judge Pouglna taken llif fiinno jrrottnd Hjini'tift iLe Idler of Hen. CtiN in reinid to iliv protection of tmluml izivl citizens tliat I. us been ast-umed by the 'libvral pioos tlirvuirhout the country. Jt't?" M r. Jninea J. Imuran lias left the fiduoi.i.il chair of the Oiiu-iiir.iui "Enqui roi," wi'li which ho first bectttrm connec ted in 10 14. bat retains bis proprietory interest, uud will be nn ncoaMonal con tributor. NtoKo Emiokati"n to Havti. The New Orleans "Delta" snys tlmt large numbers of free negroes are leuviiijr Louisi una for liny Li. Several bundled liove Kone, cm-tying with them farming imple ments, 'clothes, furniture and money. 'I be Hay-lien overnmeni gives them land, and pays their passage lo tlie island. IIi'muclut's Lidrakv. Mr. Wriylit, American Ambassador nt the court of lierlin. has, it is staled. ofTeietl 50,000 tbulers for the library left by Alexnndei Von Humboldt. It is not probable that, under tho- pressure of the piesent times, he will meet with many, if any, competi tors in Prussia or Germany. Jfc&A letter writer, iu speaking of the Arapahoo Indians, siiys: "The young ones are thorough saviigcs their allow ance of clothing averaging six inches 6fjuarc of Uuflalo skin to each, but so un equally distributed (as is the case with worldly goods in general) that the muor ity have a scantier allowance." A Fastidious Wife. It is snid that a ni;ft named 13yers, who was hung at Welland, Mass., a few days ago, previous to his execution ottered a physician the privilege of taking his body after death or the 6im of 10. The oner was ac cepted. The money was remitted to his wife, but the poor woman refused to re ceive it. Deaf on one Side. When the grnnd jury was being empaneled at Cambridge, Massachusetts, last week ,a juror asked to be excused on the ground that he was denf of one ear, and could only hear on one side. Judge Hoar replied that that did not appear to be a sufficient excuse, eince, as a grand juror, he was only expected to bear one aide. C57"The danger of having one's like ness engraved has been illustrated in ihe cRee of a Grand Master of the Odd Fel lows in Kngland, who has become a large defaulter to the order and fled. Some years ago, his portrait was engraved at the expense of the order, and now the copies have betn distributed among the police lo aid iu discovering him. A Fort uk ate Man. A correspondent of the .New York "Spirit of the Times," writing from Bowleyville, Ky., says: About twelve mouths ago a young man in this county, Brcckenridgp, got mnrried and went to how ekceping. In a short time his mare had twin celts; not long after his cow had twins; this spring all his ewes, six in number, had twins, and now we are told his wife has twins a tine boy and girl -both of which are doing well. All this took place in twelve months. Profitable Peak Tkees. A gentle man near Vicksburg, Miss., recently sold fruit from two hundred und 15 fty pear trees, occupying about two sud ft half acres of land, to the- amount of live thousand dol lars, in a single season. They were packed in boxes, holding about three pecks each, and sold for four dollars a box. The va rieties were principally the Bartk-tt, and the Beurre Die, and each box contained fiom four and a half to five dozen pears. The fruit on a 6inglo tree sold for eighty dollars. Ancient Eggs. A correspondent from Now Orleans writes on June 18th: "I have a most odorous item for per sons who are fond of sweets cake and con fections generally. A commission house of this city sold, a few dsiys ago, eight bar rels of eggs, which were put down in the bill as 'unmerchantable broken and rot ton. These eight barrels of concentrated fragrance were purchased for the use of an extensive' confectionery establishment, at the priceof twenty-two dollars, and proba bly before this lime 'the ninety dozen eggs, which each of them contained, have en tereJ largely into the composition of sun dry tempting-looking cakes and ice creams." Later from I'lkc's PcnU. Leavenworth, July 2. The "Times" publishes a communication from the gold region, dated June 17th, considerably later than previous advices, also a private letter from Horace Greeley, who says there is no mistake about the existence of gold in paying quantities. The last three days' working of Defices, Baiber & Shotwell's claim, produced $1,700. Estimating the gold at 18 per ounce, 810O per day per sluice is consid ered a fair average of the operations of nil parties. It is calculated that 500 sluices will be in operation by August 1st. Jsw end rich discoveries are made every day. A Foojlish Fellow. Mr. Jamoi Ste ven lias biii exhibiting several bloody and disgusting feats to delighted audiences in Mayevillc, Ky. He drew "a knife through his arm. between the bones of his "wrist, into a chair, which he would thus carry, through the audience;" to drive a nail entirely through each foot; to thiust a knife through his limbs, etc.? and all without inflicting the least pain. lie per formed all these feats, nut by alight of hand, iivt by jugglery or deception of any kind; but he actually thrust a real knife through his leg. drove it through his fool into a wooden sandal and walked upon it, and these things were done in such a man cer, under such circumstances, and sub milted to such tests, as to preclude possi bility of decep'ion." A Lahce Org ax. The great organ in Sc. George's Hall, Liverpoool, is one of the marvels of niuMcial , mechanism. It has four rows of keys comprising sixty-three notes and two octaves and a hall of pedals. comprising thirty notes. There are one hundred and eight siop'satid eiijht thousand pipes varying in length fiom thirty-two lt-et to three-eights ot an inch. I lie grand source of wind is two immense bellows, ncli having three fenders placed in a vault bi-lour the floor of the hall. The-e are blowu" by two cyl'ndor-oscillating steam engines. i hero are besides, twelve other bellows or reservoirs, each giving its own appopi iat pieflpiii'tt of air to lhoe Mop or Mipes which U supplies. OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS". AiiiioiiiirciiiCMl oi' lrofi lctor lor tiie ot'iisoti r isay, i-pili: Olilo Vhito Kulptiiir Nprliip a r Unit toil In J. Jit'liivvHru Cmuilv, let mile norm from CcI.hii. liui, ( no iiiilitl l iHh0; s tint hrlotrt river, lu iiiltus from beluwnre, i iu.li' from Wio Wliltw .Nul puiir Mutton, oil two hpriiiicil.-ltl, Alt. Vtri',ii tV I iua Hiirirli K. It. mill 10 unit: frmii t'li uut Vtillny or Njirints MuliiHi, en Urn Coliilntmii, HmUU A Imliiinii Itnilriiiiil. Ili-au K.rtng will opuii lor II") rui-cpUon it v-l.lora ON THE lt DAY OF JUNE. Tho luiproveiiionta of 1S.W liuvo been lurgf , el.a I'ling ill proprietor In uci-oiiiinolHte from live lo mix tiumlri'tl gui'Mii. Anion); lln-mi Improvement may lie iik-iiIIoiiuiI a lurifu un.l U-UI1 uulol, ui' cot in no mhh. ntttlilioiuil liuii.lt ii its for utn unoiiiuiil find ritt'ro- ullou. t'xlciiMlvi liitli-hou!, u Mloioii luundry, rite. ' I i.n me i'.-lalo th jru nrn llvo Si.rii. all wtlliin tlio lutvn, four of wliicli, tin- VSIiilu Mililmr, lliu t lint; liKiiln, ilio Mi.(cniilu 11 nml lliu KhIIiiu Clialj. brhlo uru tli'clilc lly niL-iicliiiil, Into llu liflli la ri--mttrkuLilu for tin: iiurily of ltd uiilur. J'Hfc! WHITli HLI.I'iltJK lit u bpfttittfiil Arluilnii foiinlulit, itiiuiituil lion r t tic roik) l.i. uk of Hit- Hilolo rlv nr. At tlix iloplli of luu fi'ul below lliu lovi l of lliu ti ioto, tlowit Ilio rtiiniirkii lli! mrutini of (tilpliur wjitur wliii li uilii'a Ilio S I ri iicr . 'i Ills stt-utiiii wkii tllM-ovurvtl no nm 'Jtl yeuti Kfclo.iiy u gculloiiiun w lo bUH tioriuir for valt. 'i'lio w iilor, w Imn ruui'tictl, ul onco uroito lo Ilio Kiirftuo, nml lot ovor niuctf conlljiuod lo How, uillu r in fjuul- ! orvoluinu. uttim iaal riiriMiur..i. For Year llii-nu Hnrinus buvo uukii iiiiclily out'1 mod for llii ir inudii lnul nrooorlius. Jiiiriuu Hie lnmt ni'ii- nii tliulr ri'litilution It) Una resptH t lum bovii nintli lurl.v uoiillriiiuil. 'i hoy woru nilinliilnlurud ly n 1 . 1 1 y -iclun, JudltlDUbl' li umifity, liiuo ol drink inn, cfiiittiinniico, lu-.,i)iwt tinilor llila Hyiiloiiiulit' pluu lliu curi'ft wt'ri iiunicroiiH mot Kriilifyinir. THE VH IT ii Sl'El'HoK SfJIlNCS In (iciullarly B.n vlfCtiLilf iu IIiobu diaortivrs of tho I.Ivor unu Momueii wnii li o oiwn uuiit i truuiiKUion who linvu bcun too clom-ly vjiilluud lu buuinuBd, aud hurbona of noili'iiinrv hnbtirt. THK IIALYHKATI1 SPRINGS tiro pfriutiiii'iil loniin. Tlioir ftlui-ls up. in lirnkcu ilm it and di'bititulod Loiiililuliiu liavo buvii not Irnnaionl btil lukliii);. )rtviiiK to tlio blood a new vi tality , ml lo lliu iirrnon ui-w mo unu ior. I UK W.lUMiHlAN W.V'IKK is a ceitlle ariunt. Invuixis mi.y n'lv uiiob cTiry uuitiiy oolite inr- nifluHl tUoiu w it tun coiilrlbutu lo livuloi und uoinfoit. As a ili'l iir'tlfiil retort unrlnir tlio iiinnier nioiillis. lliu Ohio White Sulphur Si rint Itavo no rival in itio vi?l, unu Mil lew in inu i nneii r.iuiu4. i no lorn, lion la iieculiiirly licitltli i ill.) Scioto lioru la u rtiptd, rocky s'.ri'Uiii; tlio "1'iifl i.illlol()llU,,1 u f.irtiuaiuii liniitlrcii of foci In tlui-kiHas. Ihronti wliivli Hit rivor I'tita ita way. is v erv "whore eillier ut or netir lliu sur I mo; I ho L'"rouini ot tho entitle nro boaulitiilly til ilit liiloil, nnil intoiMiit lied w 1 tli itiitneiiiii rut iuoa w lileh t-urry oil it 1 1 the atl ievtltioiia witter, I tins rendering lliu afnl dry tnul Ihe uliuo.liei'0 free fiom Itn.t liiiiuitliiy ao iitluuielul Iwleitllii; ttieae elreuiiittltuicoH, Inken in eoniieelioii w itli tliu ullitiule of lite jilitce, uboul I.CiiO fuel abovu Hie level of lite oeeuti, inake liie lo in 1 1 1 ' ita frco from uiulariuu inlluencea ua u moun tain rtion. The (Spring properly roiiaiala of 321) Here of Innd, oim liuntlt'e.i of wtiti'h iui-uvered by one of Ilio mot.1 benulilnl proves in Ohio. 'I his woodluiid is luinil voinety In ul oil tnlo wulks I'ml drivoi-, one of Ilio lat ter bein two miles in extent. BATHS. Bullilni; licre by the plan udopted, Is brought Inta fuir itoiiipelilion wilh that ul naturally W'uriii and Hot htprihKS. 'i'iiu wutvr is lioutod In the bfTlh luU by nteiiiu pipen; ttie lieul not beinir. raised liij;li enoni;li lo procipitule it, ault, iL la by this sy stem appliwd to Hie stirfueo of Iliv battler vviliiout liie loss ol Us au lino inrudiunt.-. TJil EG HA Pit OFI-1CE. A Telempli Oltii i), eoiiiiiiiiiileutinjr w till all parts of Itio coiiiil.'y, litis been estuijIf.HUeil ut tlio Stirines. To be thus in eouiiei-tion w itii distant point.-,, wilt e a Kroul eonvejileiiee lo p:eiitloiiii.i w bo can itear from and (lireet their httsinoaa tttlaira datlv. All the lucostorios llue?ltry to liealtli. pleiisiir it oil u in itio: infill, i.-iiori may expeet to lin.l i.ltlio Oltio V lulu .Snli!iiti' Sprinn, ua lite iroiriolor is de termined to mi.kc tl, in every par! icti tar, n lirat elusa wiileriiizi li.ee. Oralilind w.tn lliu libernl niiLrani, evleniled last year, u elli.ri. will bu Binned lo merit ua coot in iiuneo. A livery, well stocked with horses and carriages, la ntlaelietl to lite Springs. For further informalioii, iirraiiirenieiitH for rooms. iti., aUiireaa .UUKEW UIUu.V,Jr., win to aulpltur r. O. Juno H-S-i-Gw. Helawuro Co., O.no. notice lo tlie C i 'tliii s ot ISic OCi.o Xeltgraiili Coiiiiwny, Statu of Onto, 'Washington County, ss. tjourl"of Coiniiion Htuas. David O. Cot-, in btlinli of liimscl f and others; trie creditors of the Oliio Tu It graph Coiu laijy, lJiaintiffs, against The Ohio Telegraph Company, et nl. Uef ts. 'PlIE creditors of said Ohio Telegraph J- Company, in pursuance of an order heretofore made in t,ai'l Action by said Court, on.l issued and directed to me as .Master Com missioner of said Court arc hereby no'ificdto present to tne ns .suet: Master Commissi. trier, at iny office in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio, on orhefoie the iOtli tiny of August, A. U. 1 5l, all just and valid claims, duly proven and authenticated, which ll, ey may have or hold against llm said Ohio Telegraph Company. WM. A. WHITTLESEY, Master C.m'r 23-91. of Court f,f Goin. Picas, V. C. Proposed AuieiKSmviat tu the Con stitution. Helative to an Aiiitndnicnt to tho Constitu tion, providing fur Annual Sessous of the Ceneral AsstrinMy. Hksulveu, nv the Oknkral. Assk.miii y of the Statu ok Onto, Three-fifihs of the memhers of each house concurring therein, that it be and is hereby proposed to the electors of Ihe State to vote nt Ihe next annual October .Slate election, upon the approval or rejection of the f'ollTwing amendment as a substitute tor the lirst clause of the twenty-fifth section of lliu second article of the Constitution of this State, to wit: "All regular sessions of t be General Assembly 6 hull commence on the first Monday in January annually." WILLIAM B. WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. M A It I IN VV tl.KKlt, April 5, 1 859. President of the enate. SECHETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE, ) Con jiels, O., April 7, lb.VJ. ) I hereby certify that the furegin; Joint Hesolutioii, "relative to an Atiieudinent to the Constitution providing for Annual Session of the General Assmbly," is t true copy from the original roll on file in this ollice. A. f . Hl'SSKLL, SecreUtiy of State. I hereby certify that the lorgomi; is a tine copy of the proposed amendment to u,e Con stitution as certified by Iho secretary of State. A. ST1VEUS, Auditor At. C. CHARLES RAUCH, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware, JIats mid Caps, &c. rpiIE largest and best assortment of Queens X waie ami Glassware, which I carefully selected, together wi'.h the tollowi.igr stock, t offer at the lowest prices ever offered to the public, for CASH, or COUNTRY I'RODL'CE, at its highest market value: Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Sirup, Molasses, Fish, Rice, German Sonp, Caudles, Confectiona rtes. Stoneware. Yellow-ware, Tobacco and Cigars, and all cuj-tomary articles kept in tj roceries. Hi member the place: between the Conlridge ..nn unu me i' nunnery, t'omeroy. 5-ly JOliY ELBEN, M. D., iromu'opathist and Ilydropathist, ' MENDERS hi a professional serv ices to the J citizens of Poiueroy and vicinity. In Joltn Geyer's Building, (formerly Ja cob Keitz I iny's,) Uit iSyimoio bueet, nearly opposite Liowry- Tin bliop. POMEROY, O. OrricK Hoi'hk Till y oclock. A.; m. from 1 to J o'clock; and rrom 7 to 8 o'clock. V. ni Office t'rescnptioiis, frcm U5c. upwo'rd,' lo Cash. June 2, '67 tf. A. KOHl , ON Lmn Street, riortl of Smith's Shoe Store, holds himself in reuJiness to tu puir L'.MBRELLAS, in the most substantia manner. He will also buy, at liberal prices, old Unit .ella no.i-ly JOHN S. DAVIS, f ATE of the firm of Crowlcv 4. Davis, do U mgns projecuting tin. Planing otminesx, at the old stand, on Sugar Hun. Thankful tor the hbelal bestowal of patronage lieieto lore, ho will endeavor lo merit its coittinu -unci- by pimiip'iieas and uenliiess. lo-lf UIFTS! (SIFTS!! CSIFTS!!! 1I1K ORIGINAL GU T UOOK KT0KK. D. W. EVANS tSl CP-, TI'.K V 1 h l H V K A U . 677 HHOADM'AY, 07 . Mi.VV YOicK. KSTABLlbliKO lf-54. Till? Fl F Til Y K A K Tlio ftillowluK U a partlnl list of jiroperty wtilib win te jciven iu il. e puieuasersol uooKsut tuu tlui oi sale: Worth froMi Gold WaleliPS KiikIIsIi I.ever, l'lttont J.tfver and l.epines. Ktlver Mutches, J'stent Lever, full Jew eted liitiiitiiif cases, open fueu ami $30 Ob tu 9100 jitiuter vscaponieiii. tti 00 lo 40 CO ColJ Lockets Large sizo, fotirtrtafuios unit mo frinssi-s wnii spring largo und small sixu witlisnnp. I'uiiiuo, .Mosuto, Floiliiiiiio, I'll ) ii t el LhVh, Oolfl-sione, Osriiet lAiiti cornl hli,ol' I'ihsuiid llrops. l.iulii'H' Ciolil Otiiiril t ltuliis, Fuicy Xi.i'k t'tuiiiis, t'liittlaiuus. Goiit-i1 l-'uli and r0!l Vital ns. hols Cuiiifo Golilnlouo, Hiiinteil, Mo- iiic, Uariinl, Onyx, KitftruvvU anil Huin pcilil Memo liuttons uml Jio- soiii iStuits. Colli i'l'tK Its wttlt Pens, large, medi um, mid .iniill. Silver t'oiuila, Willi Gold Huns, Inrge, moilluin ami siiuill vixo, iloublo unci siliKio extension enses. Gent' Heavy hlir et Kings, Ladles' Gold eliaseil and Pliiin King. Guiiln1 GolU llononi Piinst'lualur, wltli Opal, Scurf Pins, Onyx, Uarnul, Ccu. i'iicli Silk Dress Pattern, C'uitieii, .Mostilv, L'oriit,jariiut, Cliusuit and 1'lail, Oval Hraeolelv Silver and Gold Thimble. GontH' Pen and Pocket Knife. 2 50 to I t 00 3 00 tu C". 00 8 00 t II? 00 IU to to 30 U0 9 00 to 10 00 3 SO to 7 SO 3 (X) to 3 00 1 00 to 7 30 1 50 to 5 00 W 00 to 3u 00 5 00 to 30 00 30 to 0 CO 50 to 1 SU SO to 8 SU I 50 to 3 AO 1'oarl unci Morocco I'orte.inoniinlos, 1 iotli,ii kn. Watch Keys, Gitiinl Mi. log, GolJ Crosses. siiiall. luedluin uml lurtrt a 00 to 7 50 Dpniiit'i oilier ouis. comprising u largo and valn nblo UHsoriiiicnt of uiiscouanuous uriicles. varving from 1 lo ,(). ' Tho proprietors of tho Oldest' Established Gift Bookstore ill tlio Unite d States, lor it,.. i,li. Iwl suceufs which has crowned their earliest elforts to jdeusu during tlio lust four years, won I il return their sincere liianks to the hundreds of thousands who liavo, in kit it time, seen fit to bestow their pal rortnga upon ta; Mid would further assure them, i'mi.ih;i;.-iiviiiii,,iiiiii ineir long exiteriencu olid established cajiilal warruiit tlteni in olleriii" grenler iiidiicumenls man ever, uud sueh as are out ot tlio rciith of any siadlar eslablislmioiit iu the country , in mis, THE FIFTH YKAR of their location in New.York. i Inti-minn., v..,v Features, still Grouter Allraclioiis, Gills of Greater viiiiioiuiu vanciy. A S.U1I larger uud better selec ted Stock of Hooks. Commissions and Inducements to clul,nii.l i.. agents w ho are wilting to devolo llielr time to our uuBinrii., mi tuui inosu who iic-sire en ii hale . Cf GIFTS AtiU HOOKS W l J lluti f MoMiy. nr V o sltitll endeavor to establish an ugeut in every town In tlio United Stales, so lliut ail who wilt may benetlt by our liberal system of trade. . Wo have appointed A. B. M'LAUGHLIN, our duly authorized agent for Potuernv , and vicinity, who will receive and lurward all orders wilh utlei'i lion and dispatch. A NhW ANORKVISKD CATALOGUE ready for dislrtl'iuioii, containing every desirable book, new or old, now in print; and acknowledged by librarians and lilernry men to be tlio most com plete and best clussiMed ever Issued, without an uv. ceplioll. 500.000 nro rot.ly to bo given awuj, mailed free to any ad dress, to nil purisof tlio world, il contains nil work on .Art, ScU'itro, nml Jfut- ural History. Advenlurs, Travels. K V A s Phllostiplilcnl mid Clos- sical U uika. Historlrul uud jMisccl- lai.eou.-t. I'o.'liciil ,. Theological, Jicliiriciu.M. Agi'iciillu t'ul and l;o inesite r.eoiioiuy. li' lies Lellurs, .diiy.. litbles. ISioruplites, iiicfiona ries. & Law, AK-diciil.Mnsonin. Mainlarcl Fictions. Prayer, Hymn 6c Gloe Kiicyclopo.-dias. Books. 'l ext Hooks i . ... . . v I "icicuio, O.C. VC. And u thousand varieties of publications iu every depuitmeMt f literiitiiro. V'e sell ux low us and uiczeiiee in Iiiany cases, low ur man any oilier lions., in ii. conrilry ; unu with every book of lito valuo of ou dollar or more e presont soitto useful Gift, without extra charge. tlie ;Lt.T KVKIiV OXK CONSULT HIS OWjj Br..-1 ; t.NlFKKnT, LA C ii And buy at Kvuii' Gill honkstore, evam- x- i- i'"" I'fiees of Itooks, s.,e the beautiful GK I 'guts o freely sett tiered aiming our pa Irons, Y O I! K ane be. satisfied I liut lite only cciiotui. ul Ul-' K S.wuy ! buying books Is ut Xu. U7;, itroiid- A Is J way, l.alarge Hotel hiitlutnjr, w o guti rur.tee Gl F T S perfect mittsriiutioii. Judge lor yourselves. JS I Examine our jduii of business. Anyone . ,A '.. . ' "" v Un '" Observe tne daily distribu te A "S? lion of wuichcs, gol-.l und silver; vesl,ciu.te- GIFI' iluiiie and guurd eliaiiis; bracelets, cameo. bouiv inosulo, i oral, gold-sione, gurnet, and gold SiOhfc. . sels of pin and cl.ps; lockets, largo, ine- imii i'.i, rings, anaeu plain i','. Hl,i M ll"Bl"'es,canieo,goUl-toiie coral; LUOA tl-jA.o.-me and engraved siuds and sleeve-but-il,',"s5 scurf-pins, crosses, gold pcimand pen J". oliiP'1'! H--wiiiiilriiruiiil morocco cases OKK and a thousand oilier articles of i:o and Ci'iY. valuo. A gltt W illi t very book wortli rroui il) cts. to 8KcO. Send lor a catalogue. It will cool you nothing, uud will be val uable us a boolt of reference. II iio;!iiih- m,,.,, i.i- dress li. v. y-.V a . ,v ,,. "Vo. CT tiroad r. v. . "o.:;. A. K A WOKll OF KXI'LANA'i to. to li.oio who have l.liown us untler the st le of KvansiV Uo. The business loculcd Ly u-, ul Ko. (i'.T IJroinlwuy, New Ti'ork Gity, is the oldest estalilislted house in lite country, and Is known world-it idu as the origiual "Kvaus & Co. 'u Gift Bookstore." Manvhavu taken the advantage of our pnpularity to advertise under ttie saute, lo iticreitsu tlteir trnilo. 'i'o proti.-rt the few wiio may be iniactU!iitilcd with us, we would stale that we have no connection .wilh any oilier Gift Hook House and though many ailveriise under tho name of i'.vans & Co., the firm constituted by tl. v. I- vans nml J. H. Preston, is tlio first and nly coHcern riglit fi.lly using Hie natiie. Hut to prevent ull coi.fjsii.ti in the future, w e sliutl use the slvle of 1). VV. liVANSA CO., and nil persons wrongfully using the nppellaiioii to mislead the public, w ill be inude lo mitturilie tn-nulu of Ilio luw. KVAXS & CO., "7 tlroudvvuy, New Vork. lia-Iy. 6 A.G. CROWLEY & CO., WILL hereafter carry on the Carpenter and Joiner Business; Doors, Sash, liliuils, &e., executed to order. From long experience in business, we f?el confident ol giving perfect tat.isfactii;ii in all orders entrus ted to ourcare. For past patronage our thanks are due the public, and we respectfuliy ask a conlintianceoftheir I'uvor.i. The mill is a few doi.rs above MurUock ii. Wil-iums' Flouring mill. 16-tl". O li I'N A , O I. A S S AND QUE ENS WARE. WF. ir.viie the attention ofbnycrs. to our largo and w ull ussortcd slock of Ware now on hand, to which we will receive additions during the spring. We huve no hesitancy iu wiving Hiut wo will, and do sell, good styles and tia lilies of ware lower than they ure suid iu uhy other Western market. All orders carefully selected and wellpucked. We solicit an c.sai.iiiiuliou of our stock. KNELL & GORDON, I3-Iy. From struct, Portsmouth, O. TO TEACH lilts. fT"lIE Hoard of School Examiners for Megis JL county will meet on the first Saturday of each month, at the Cuurt-liouse, in fom roy, for the Examination of Teachers. - Examination to commence at 10 o'cloc a. ,m. and continue till 4b o'clock r. m. Hj No Teacher need apply at such exami nation who has a certificate valid for three mouths from the date ol said application. By order of the Lioard. 3o-t Ji W. II. LASLKY, Clerk. MJLL PROPERTYFOrTsALE. 1 1 l HE Kubscriber ives notice that as the as--- siguee of Miles, Lashc St Johnson, he offers lor sale the following property, to-wit; The Flouring und Saw Mills situated in the lowuol Kaciue, known as the Hacine Mills, with nn adjoining Town Lot. Uoth of suid Mills areol the very best construction and arc uuv aiitateoiisl) located, having machinery of the most approved kind and iu complete running order. I'ersous desirous of puiclia sing mill property would do well to call and exbuniie beluie purchasing elst where. April 19-lfi-ani It. F. MILES. TU AlElltJHANTS AND MILLINERS. W. P. LEVCU & ROCKUCOD, IMPORTERS, Wholesale dealers and Man ufacturerir of Mantillas, Jjusters, Cloaks end liounels, 83 and b5, Fearl Street, Cin cinnati, Ohio, oiler to Merchants of Ihis sec tion a complete asaortinent of Straw anil Silk liouiieU, Shawls and Mantillas, Ureas Trim mings, Lmbroideiies and White Goods, Bon nets Ribbons and Millineiy Goods. Our extensive connection in the above goods, enables us to sell as low as cat: be offered Enst or West, and we invite the at tention of close buyers. IJ Kspecinl inducement to Canji Bcvtna. Mny Vi-'Jl-.-rii. New Iilstablislmiciit. GROCERY ' & PROVISION STORE, CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE! VAL. DUTTENHAPER HAH takeu tlio building on the West corner o Court and Front Streets. In which he deslirn prosecuting llm Grocery mid Prcdnco Business, in snniewnaiuineroiit niyie man is Known lu this com niunlty. ..... C.VXiH PAID TOW I'KOIIUCE, or ncchuned for Groceries, at the option of those mo iiik tnu uiaraeiii'a;. Aly business will Ixu difforoiit from others In refer elu-u to variety , w hich w ill ooinprlso ul ull times, a .II1U. VI DRIED FRUITS. and other materials kept In limited supply In this IC'C.11. 1 will keep constantly, - BUTTER, EGGS AND FOWLS, to supply tinybmurnilHlty In l'oinoroy and vicinity. 1 will niHiitimi Mtrt of inv stock, which will i. promptly siij. piled before exhuuatud, and will ulwuys be the bestutitcles iu market: . COFFEE. TEA. SUGAR. Klro. Syrun. Molnsses. Kxtructs of Coflen. M,,i,,r,l Nulurtilus. Soda, Cream Tartar, Dried Beef, Helouu r,uiNic, .uees, utit'uti, iiams, r.nott iders uml isnies. C ucumbur Hlckles, Preserves or nil kinds, Pplccs, Culchit. GermaH, Castile, Shaving, tiporlsiuuti's wuv v..,.,. uvuflh VUWfUlllllllVIl! WOODEN & WILLOW-WARE Htickots, Huskets, Tubs, Churus, &c. Urouuis, V"i, uiHSIIVfc Htiueiiswarvj Glassware, and Kotions. Cliriirs und Tebitceo. of nil urrados. iuantill.iB nnd ipniiilics. . flour por nnrrel. FOrilTlVF.LY NO CRKD1T. a ;a iti. To tho Citizens of Pomeroy and Molgs County: inive opetieu an oniiiiiitHimielil ol lliu utinvo Im perfect desertjitlon. 1 think you need it. and know 1 can buy and sell ns favornblv iiaotliers.dolii!r oy. lci- sivcly a cusli business. Will you (five me suniclunt piilniiuiiro loenutilo nut to continue. 1 nioinlse to t..io j v ... ... j nullity loseii cneiin. S-7-ly. V. JDU1 lENHAFER. s The Horn of Plenty. Stoves, Grates, Fronts, Fenders, Ovens, Ket tles, &c, together with the best slid most complete assortment of i x nxr vv n. 23 Ever before oHered in this markt, and at prices to suit the times. Thankful Tor the encouragement received tliup far, it shall be out constant endeavor, by cheanness. neatness, exira materials, and superior workmanship, to merit a cont nu ance. Stove pipe, house spouting, tin roofing, and jobbing of every description done with neat ness, accuracy and dispatch by the subscriber, at the sign of the BIG HORN," Middtepoit. ":-y GEO. II. RfPP. d.ll i-f . ...... ..If, ..l.llll.. II I. in HA -4 O. ltAHIICL. WU. P. RATUBL-RN, DANIEL & RATIIBURN, 33 X. 3ST 3E:C 23 H. 13 , EiAMi BLOCK, I'omcroy, O. Collections made and promptly remitted; Bu siness paper discounted; buy and sell Exchange, Gold and Silver Coin.Uncurrent Money, Land Warrants.&c". FOREIGN EX-CHANOE For sale in suras to suit. We are prepared to draw direct on London, Liverpool, Swan sea, (iliisguw, Dublin, Belfast, Paris, Atnslei dam, Hadeii-IJailen, and other ciiies in Eu rope. Al.s.t, Aitsttalia. Money inheritances collected in tverv part of Kit rope. Money received on deposit, and interest al lowed on time deposits, ul rate agreed upon, j.in 17-3-2- I y ISStfT 1850. POMTSJIOUTU Wholesalo Dry (iccds ITcusc. MAY- PURCHASES. T F. TOWELL ipt-ites the attenti m o l . Moicfinuts nn 1 Furnace men to his new Stock of L)iy Goods, HATS, I30NNICTS NOTIONS. I'dTchnsed during this month of the liiistem iiiaiiufiict urers and Imperii is. A tfention is also directed to Towdi s i(ai:daid Talent Tbren;!, A N ! ToiceU'n Wuxfd Six Cord Spool Cotton, Which bne been manufactured to his order in Europe, and will be found very .superior in qunltt,-. Merchants nta distance may always rely on finding a good stock on hand of all kinds of goons, at the lowest wholesale prices. 13- J y. J. 1 TO WELL. Sale ol ir:ii x:6ia by Order ol I'robnte Com t. ON Ihe 2:id day of July. 1:J, 0t 2 o'clock in the afternoon of the same-day, on the premises, in the Township of Letari, in the County of Meigs, will be sold to the highest bidder, Ihe following real estate, as the prop erty of Levi Sayer, deceased, to-wit: Forty acres oil of tho west end of one hundred acre lot. (No. 213,) range (II.) town (I,) in Ihe the Ohio Company's Purchase, unincum bered by Ihe djwtrof said widow. Appraised nt 9200.00 dollars. Terms of sale, one-half cash in hand and the residue iu Six months, witulnterest on the deferred payment from the day of tale, to be secured by mortgage on the prtmis. s. ADAM HARPOLD, Ad mr. jlune 21 25-lt or Levi Sayer, dee'd. I'rolrsite Court. T"iik Statu ok Ohio, Meiuh County, ss. X Final Settlement of Accounts. Notice is hereby given that the accou nts of the follow ing persons have been filed in the Probate Court, in rnd for said county, for settlement: 11. S. Bnndv, Executor of Samuel S. Brown, dee'd; John Irvin, Adm'r of Thomas li. Da vis, dee'd; Barzil Biggs, Adm'r. of Joshua F.Johnson, dee'd. Said accounts will be heard and settled on the 26th dav of July.next. ARTHUR MEKKILL, June 28, 18S9-26-3t Ptobate Judge. HEAD 1 13IS. ALL persons indebted to the firrn 0f jiut. dock, Williamson &. Co., are requested to call immediately on W. O. Williamson, and make settlement. Peculiar 'circumstances make it NECESSARY THAT THIS NOTICE BE A'l TENDED TO AT ONCE! Those who neglect it may expect a notice of another sort, and that without delay. ilURDOCK, WILLIAMSON &t CO. June 7-23-tf. SOAP AND CANDLE 3I A N TJ I -A. O T O It Y . rpiIE subscriber has the pleasure to an-J- nnounce try the citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity, that he has opened a shop on Sugar Run, nearthe Tannery, where he will mann factiue, and keep constantly on hand any ar'icle in his line of business; and we feel as sured that we oan give satistaction to all who may frtvor ns wilh a call. N. B. All orders attended to as soon as possible. DAVID GEYER. Pomeroy, Aug. 24, 1852.-tf. a. MANUFACTURER, South -cast Corner of Court and Back Streets, opposite tho new Bank Building Fomroy, June 21, '69. 23-ly ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. N OTICE is-hereby given that the subscri ber has been appointed and qualified as Administrator on the estate of Joseph Pierce, late of Meigs County, deceased. Dated at IVneville, this 'ltb dav of June. A. D. 18.5'J. 7 Ot. L. S. TOWA'SKND. DU. ROBACK'S UFooil Purifier and Blcod Tills. DISEASE VANQUISHED : BY i)K. l:0BACK'S8CiSDlXAVI.tN ItE.MEDIEj. VFTKR yurs of study nud experiment, llri Knhsck, lliu umluuiit SwcwclMi Physiciun, siiceueiled in ITocltiulnir ii Htetliciue from twcnly-tlireo ditrereiil s.ecles of nioiintuiii hurhs of his unlive bind, which acts directly ton the causes or dlseuso In ihe blood, nud by restoring the corrupted fountain of life to a condition or lienlth und purity, expels dlncuu rrcilii lh system, wherever it limy be locuteil, or wlialuvor may be its cliiirncter. Indigestion, nervous com idithits.eliptic auct other Ills, cotif-hs, cousuiitpttuii ill Us curly Mairca, sore lltroiil, brnnchttis, fever uud iiruo, HBttitini, low spirits, sexual ilicapu.ilv, fetnl iiinu neukness, pric kiiip of the skin, Hymptoiinilic of bitriilysls, rheuitiulisiii, iipurulgla, tumor, cuiirer, dia betes, lusitlttlu Und debllllv. dtutrliou. uml .ill i.tlic.r illnortlers of the organs of respiration, tho liver, tlie kidneys, tho stuoincn, the nerves, or the musctilsr fiber, sro unerrinicly cured by this preparation. 'It is to the m ate R lies MmtBi or seeds of disease what fttt ttl kull Is louiiitild: It neutritlizes tliem uitli-i.l,..il..ic, cerlninty, while ut the same lime il roirulutu ihe secretions, removes obstructions from Hie bowels, creiiles appetite, renews bodily vliror, and roiruiicr alesuvury uiiliual fiim tioii. Such Is the nature suck nro tho e (Tec Is of Dr. Kotutrk's famous Kcuiidliiuvluii Wood Purifier, which, If taken in couju neiioti Willi his Kcniidinuviini Blood Pills, will not onlv obliter ate the most puiufiil disease, but prevent their re currence, uud lunirthun life beyond the ordinary icjiiiii. In the Sc andinavian Vkuktaiii.k Hi.oon 1'ii.is, Jir. Kubnck presents the result of twenty years experi ence, llttld study nud experiment its lo M-liat u perfect idll should be. No one can doubc their Himnrinrltv inter one singlo trial. Price of the Seuiidiiiuviun Blood fills. US cents per box, or tlvo for $1. I'tRU, jm in in i i ouniv, lint., Atlgr. 4, 1H37. Pb. (.'. W. lioBAt-K: 1 have received so much bene fit from your Set. lidiiiuvinn Bleed 1'urilier uud liUnnl Pi I in, Hint I have thnuglit it my duty, and It la no less iny inclination, to aivo you a nluln Mtiitement of inv case. I wits for years a filleted with that bane of ull comfort, and cfllciency in business, dyspepsia. To re ciiclu lalo all tlio so-called remedies vv tilt h I Itave used to rid myself of this disease, would Indued uiuku n iiielniicholy cntaloirue. 1 ttlso consult -d witlt tint best physicians 1 could henr of. I was induced to try your remedies, tlin.nuli lliu perstiiisioiiH. of u friend, 4iucl after using them a few days, wus jrreiilly benefitted, nud In ushort time, (less Ihaii a moiitli.) I whs entirely and permanently cured. 1 wus also uillicted wilh tho most violent nervous headache, which I suppose was produced by my diMoidereil Ht.iiiiurh. for wlteti inv dvnet.Mi;. l.'ft nn. m.- I ...... I - ache left with it. I now feel better lu every respect uiuii i nuTc nn tun years. very truly yours, JOHN S. DE-Ml'TH. From tlie Kov.-Vr. McMulluii. Pastor of Hnbcrts Clinpcl: Inuianaholis, (Jet. 5, lfi". 1k. . W. Rorack Deur tSlr: I huve' used your Blood Purtllcr for a nervous attention, from which I have suffered much at tiinus. "While II Is nlensiint to the ttisle, ll certainly hits u hnppy oltect upon Hie nerves. House accept my thanks for your kind ro gurds and ucts, uud believe me. Yours. J. vv. r. Jirwu I.I.KN. CiNeisKATi, Friday, Sep. 4, 1.H57. Du. I?onArx lluar Sis: Havini: been nfllicted with iieuriilititi or rhettnifttisin for lliu pusf yciirnud A linlf, unu nn vine; seen your mcaicino, c.iiteu me heitii.llii.-i- viun titoou runner, highly reiouiiiieitdeil tiy (tentlu uien with wliniti I nm ucmitiinted. I was Indu.'Od to try It, but not before I Imd used various other medi cines. Artor usiitsf two bottles. 1 felt its eifects verv sensibly, and upon ushijtr two more, 1 found myself pcrircny ccireu. roll will allow tne. inert'lnr-, to conrtiliihite you upon making a tltsecjvory In medi cine which is proving itself to be a worker of such wonueru in the diseases of the liiiiuan fatnil v. GKOKGfc. UKNNKTT, Local Kdftor Clneiniiuti Dully Kuquirer. l'he above cerliftcates, and many others, can be seeu nl my ollice by nity one nt liny lime. Got one of my Family Medicul Alniuuacs, gratis, from uiv agents. Mtinultictory. Sales-rooms and Ofilco, No. U Ha Fotirtli street, third buildiiit' from Main istret t, l.'in cinnnti, O. lor sale bv D. Reed. Pomoiov: IIltoo iSL Cue, MiiJiHeport; Paine iSi Hkancii. Uutl.ttul; Dickey & Wilson, Ilairiaot ville; Ellis if Jones, Hacine, and by Drug- tsts una JVleroliaittE generall'. 2-ly THK MIGHTY UK ALEK WOKLL) KNOWN AND WORLD TUIKD. II0LLOWxY'S OINTMENT. The free iidintssiousof ult Sntb ns, ns well its the verdict er Hie lundinjl Hoopiiuls of l he Old its well us tlie New World, stamp this powerful remedial Atfci t ns tli' pre a test liealinsr prepitralion ever inude known to stilleriitji iiiitn. Its prevriitive qualities are more litttti uinrvtdloiis, tlironjrh tlie external orifices of the ckiii. invisible to the nuked eve, It reuches the ami nl Ilia Internal disease; and in nil external nlTections lis aiili-iiillaitiiiintciry and healing virtues surpass any thing die on record, and is Nature's ureal ally. EUYi-IPELAS AND 6 ALT IIIIEU.M Aretwoof the most common and virulent diordirs prevalent oh tltis continent, to these the Ointment ii especially ii.lUKonistie, lis 'modu. operandi" isllnl to eradicate the venom and llieu complete thu cure. BAD LEUS, OLD SORES, AND UI.CEKS. Cases of many years standing tliat linve iiertiua ciously refused to yield lo any oilier remedy or U ei.t tneiti, hiivu iitviiiialile succumbed to u few applica tions of this powerful urgucrit. ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN, Arlslitft from a bud stale of the blood or ctintiilo disease nro eradicated, and a clear and transparent surface regained by tlio restorative action of this Ointment. It surpasses many of tlio cosmetics unit other toilet appliances hi its power to dispel rashes und other disfigurements of thu face. FILES AND FISTfLA. Every form and jeuturit of thusu prevalent nml stubborn disorders is enidicuted locally and entirely by the uso of this emoliunt; vvnrm fomentations should precede its upplicution. Its heiilltir (luulitie will be found to be thorough und iuvrtraliiitblu. Both the Ohilment and the Pills should be used in the following cases: Munlniis, Murcurlul Erup- Swelled Glands, Sprnliis Hunts, tions, Sore Legs, SUIT Cluipped Piles, Sore Breusts, Joints Hands, Klietimntisra, Sore Heads, Tetter, Cliilbliilns Kntgworm, Sore Throats, Ulcers, Fistula, SaltKheum, Sores of all Venureul Gout, Scalds, kinds. Sores, Luitilitigo, Skin Diseases. Wounds of nil kinds. jpCaution! None ure genuine unless the words "Holluwuy, Now York and London," lire diseernttlile as a Wa ter-murk in every leaf of tho book of direc tions urciiiud each pot or box; tho same may be seen by holding I lie leaf lo the light. A handsome reward will be given to any one rendering snob Inforn. alien us may lend to the detection of any party or parties counterfeiting thu medicines or vending the suiuu, knowing them lo be spurious. , Sold ut the! Aiiinufactorics of t'ror. Hollowav, SO Maiden Lane, Now York, and by ull respctnhle Druggists und Dealers iu Medicine throughout the United Slates nud the civilized world, In pols ut '.'3 cents, i3 cents and one dollar each. Jl'r'Thero is considerable saving by taking tho larger si.es. N. I!. Directions for the guidance of pntivntu lu every disordei are ufllxed to each pot. b-eow-ly. CHAS. BICIIMAX. ANDREW DUHKEKT. BICHMANNgk& BURKERT. NO HUMBUG! "Smull Fronts aiittf iiic-U Sales" IS THE MOTTO AT Xlood'O Old Staxul, Front Strvee', Pumeroy, O. WE keep constantly on hand a gook assort ment of Gold and Silver Watches; Ger man, French and American Jewelry; Fancy Articles; Clocks from to $12.00, of every size and description. Repairing of Watches, Clocks and Jew elry, done iu the best manner, promptly. 2-1 KE-Ol'EJiKD APK1L 11, 1839. VALLEY HOUSE, OHILLICOTHE, OHIO. "IHIS i the largest and best arranged Hotel J- in Chillicothe, ia located on Faint A4 street, opposite the Court-House, and isf" the very center of the business part of the city. The House has undergone a thorough repair and cleuniDg from cellar to garret, and now presents an appearance second to no Hotel in the western world. The sleeping rooms are large and well ven tilated, a id suites of rooms are well arranged for families and large parties. The proprietors will spare no pains to maJte the Valley llcuse a favorite place of resort. FOGG ITT & MOOKE, June :i, 21-1 y. rv prietors. IIOWAKD ASSOCIA'JV. PII I Is A DE 1.111 IA . A Benevolent Institution established by spe cial Endowment fur the Itelief of ihe Kick and Distressed, nfllicted with Virulent and Kpi detiiic Diseases. rPHK HOWARD ASSOCIATION, In vl,w of the X uwful destruction of bun. an life, caused b Sex ual disensen, uitd the deceptions prucliced upon thu iinfortiiitnto victims of such discuses by Uuniks. several venrsngo directed tholr CoiiHiiltlng Surgeon, lis n CriAKITAHLK ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for tlie treatment of this eluss of disettses, In ull their forms, and to give MEDICAL ADVICE GHATIS to all who upply by letter, wilh a description of llmlr condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &ft.,) and In ruses of extreme povnrty, to EUI.'M.SH JlEDIf.'INHS I- KEK OF CHAKCiK. It is needluHs to udd that tlio Association coin itiiiuds the highest Medical skill nl the nge, and will furiiisli thu moil approved modern treutuieut. Tito Directors of thu Association, In their Annual ttcporl upon Ihe treatment of Sexual liiscnsuii, for lite year ending Jumiary 1st, If'iH, expre ts the lilgli.v-l sulisfactloii with thu success whli li bins atteudeil lliu labors of the Consulting Surgeon in tho cure ofSper mulorrho'ii, Seuiinnl tA'cukness, linpotetn-e, Oonor i lta'H, Gleet, Syphilid, thokvleo or Onsnloit or Self nbtise, cVcniid order u continuance of the same plun for tlio ensuing year. Tlie Directors, on n review of the pnst, feel assured 1 1 iu t their labors in this sphere of benevolent cfiorl liuve been of great bcuct.l to the nfllicted, especially lo tli" young, and they have resolved to devote lliem selves, ii itli renewed zeul, to this very Important and much despised cnusc. An mliiiirublu l.'cport on SiiprnintorrlKTa, or Pern I mi I Weakness, tlio vice of timiniHin, iVtiir-tiirbulinu, or S. tf-itbiise. ami niherdidcuscsof Hie sexttiil organs, by ttie Consulting Surgeon, will bo sent by nihil (In it sealed envelope), FREE OF CI1AKGE, on receipt ofTWu STAMf'S for postage. Olltur Keports uud Tracts of Jhe nature and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, rftte., ure constuully being puhllshud for gratuit ous distribution, nnd will be sent to tho uttHctcd. Home of the new reinidies and methods of treulineut discovered during lliu last year, ore of grunt values. Address, for lieport or treatment. Dr. J. f-Kll.LIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surireon, Howard Associu f Ion, No. 2 South Ninth Street, )Jliiliitulphia, fix. Ky order of tlie Directors. EJ2HA D. HE A KT W ELL, President Gko. PAinr-nli.n. Secretary. :w--l-iiovlS Ague Cure, FOR THE SPEEDY CURS Off Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague, Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Drimb 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 tho American people than a suro and safo cure for 1'cver nnd Ague. Such wo are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate tho disease, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from its use in any quan tity. Hint which protects from or prevents this disorder must be of immense service iu tho communities where it prevails. Prevention is better than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which ho must r'un in violont attacks of this baleful distemper. This Cuitu " expels the miasmatic poison of 1'Kvr.n and Aoub from the system and prevents tho develop ment of the disease, if tuken on tho first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever yet discovered for this clas3 of complaints, but also tho cheapest. Tho lavgo quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the roach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where Ir'uvisii and Aoub prevails, every body should have it nnd use it freely both for cure and protection. It is hoped this price will place it within the reach of toll tho poor as well ns tho rich. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered fur the speedy and cer tain euro of Interniittcnts is, that it contuins no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro duces no quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon thu constitution. Those cured by it are left as healthy iu if they hud ucver hud the disease. Fever nnd Atiucis not alone the consequence of tho miasmatic poison. A great variety of disorders arise from its irritation, union g which are Neuralgia, KheiiTnntiMii, limit, Iieadnchc, Windings, Toothaehi?, Karnehe. Catarrh, Asth ma, l'u'pilation, Painful Affection of tho Spleen, Hysterics, P.iitt in tho 15owel, Colic, l'aralysi.?, nud Derangement of the? .SiutuaJi, oil of which, when originating iti thU cause, put on the intermittent type, or become period ical. This ' Cunis " expels the pui- on from tho blood, and consequently cures them all alike. It is un invaluable protection to immi grants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the 'malarious districts. If taken occasionally or daily whilo exposed to tho in fection, that will bo excreted from the system, and cannot accumulate in miilicirnt quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it is even moro valuable for protection than cure, and lew will ever Buffer rVoni Intermittent, if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy af fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR ALL THE PURPOSES CF A FAMILY PHYSIC, are so composed that dispose within the range of their action can rarely withstand or evndo them. Their penetrating properties search, nnd cleanse, and invigorate every portion of the human organ ism, correcting its diseased action, and restoring its ltealthy vitalities. As a councipiruco of these properties, tlio invalid vlio is bowed down with naia or physical debility ia astonished to find his health or energy restored by a remedy at once so simple and inviting. "Not only do they euro tho cvery-dny complaints of every body, but also many formidable and dangerous diseases. Tho agent below named is pleased to furnish pratis my American Almanac, containing certificates of their cures and directions for their use in the following complaints : Cwfi'te ness, Heartburn, ZIttutttichc arising from ilisortlrred Stomach, Xaitsen, Indigestion, I'iiin iti and Mor'jia Inaction of the lioirel.i, Flatulency, Loss of Appe tite, 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 the blood and the restora tion of tone and strength to the system debilitated by disease. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, FOR THE RAPID CURE OF Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump tion, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients iu advanced stages of tho disease So wide is the field of its usefulness and so nu merous are the cases of its cures, that almost wery section of country abounds in persons pub licly known, Knho have been restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use. When onco tried, its superiority over every other medicine of its kind is ton apparent to escape observation, and where its virtues ore known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous affections of the pulmonary orguns that are incident to our climate. Vhile many inferior remedies thrust upon the community have failed and been discarded, this has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefits on the alllicted they can never forget, and pro duced cures too numerous and too remarkable to be forgotten. PREPARED BV DR. J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Agents D.Ileed, Pomeroy; J. ScliafTor Minersville: Ellis it Jones, Racine; Suir & Eckstein, Cincinnati. aug'il-ly W. KlllVIH. I. 11. HUXLEY. rOL. TllOff. SMITll EXCELSIOR MARBLE WORKS, Opposite the U. S. Hotel, and two Doors North of Col. Smith's Store, RACINE, MEIGS CO., OHIO. THE undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Meigs and adjoining coun ties, that they are now prepared to furnish to order. Monuments, Head-Stones. Counter-Topa, Table-Tops, Mantles, nnd everything in their line, of the most ap proved style and very best quality of Fore k ii or American U:ir!I. Those wishing to obtain GOOD WORK of this kind, at prices which' cannot fail to suit, will do well to give us a call before pur chasing elsewhere. We are resolved to give full satisfaction to all who may favor us with their patronage, personally, or bv order. SK1RY1N, KELLliY &: SMITH. Aug. 17- 33-lf. NOTICE. riIHE State of Ohio, Meigs County, s In JL the Court or Common I'less Sbepliard Reives, plaintiff, opainst James Irvin, deft. The above named James Irvin, of the State of lows, will take nutico that Miephard Reeves did, en the U.hd.iy of June, A. D 18C9, file his petition in thu Court of Com mon Pleas, within and for the County of Meigs and State of Ohio, against the said James Irvin, setting forth that the said Jamea Irvin, on the first flay of August, A.D. 1867, at Sidney, Fremont County, Iowa, made and delivered to him, the suid plaintiff, for a val uable ccnsideiation, a certain promissory note for the sum of '-4 8, payable in twenty-four months or as soon as a certain claim belong ing to the said Jiimts Irvin against Dan e! Russell, deceased, of Meigs County, Ohio was collected. And that there is yet due and unpaid, the smotint as aforesaid, to-wit-248 and the interest thereon from th first day of August, A. 1). 1857; and that the said" James Iivin has disposed of his property with a fraudulent intent lo chest and deiraud his creditors or hinder or delay them in the col lection of thir debts, and stk for a Judg ment against the . said James Irvin for the aforesaid r mount and the interest thereon at the rate of six per cent , at the next term of the Court of Common Pleas, to bu begun and holdcn in the County and State aforesaid. And the said James Irvin is further notified, that an orrler l attachment has been issued in this cafe and returned, and that, he is io buested lo appearand answer said petition on or before the third Saturduy alter the 20th. day of August next. S1IRPHARD REEVES, , , Mamitm fUrs, July 12-28-Ct $5 25. His Attorney. SlTEirTiaT.lLET " BY virtunof an order of sale to mc directed from the Court of Common Pleas of iVIeius Countv. I will r.rr..r r,.r iu .., i - i ot the Court-House in Pomeroy, on the 13th day of August, 1S59, at 11 o'clock. A. M., the following described Jands and tenements to-wit; Beginning at the south-west corner of Iroction No. 7, in Dedford Township, .Metgs County, Ohio, and running west nine roils; thence north four degrees, west forty mnt rods; thence enst twelve rods and one half of a rod; thence north fifteen rodsj thence east thirteen rods; thence north sev enty rods to the said lraelion line; thenc east one hundred and sixteen rods; thence south one hundreJ nnd thirty-four rods to the jsouth line of said fraction; thence west with the south line of said fraction one hun dred and twenty-nine rods to the place of beginning, coulauiing one hur.dro I and eight acres, more or les, with the exception of it piece sold to Thomas Carleton, described as follows, to-wtt; Beginning thirteen rods and seven links east ol the north-west cor ner of said fraction seven; thence east on said line to a run; thence south-west with the meanderings of said run to ssid Thomas Carleton's east line; thence north to the place of beginning, to contain eight acres more or less, end sold as ihe property of VVil liirn Day, et al, at the suit of Gilbert Q. Webster. Appraised nt 8!. 167. 00. Terms of sale cash. J. V. SMITH, S. M. C. J nlv I2-2S fit-S-4.50. notice; THOMAS E. STEVK.NS. late of Meigs County, Ohio, will take notice that Diaii Ii. Cowdi ry, did. on Ihe 27th day of M.ty, A. D. 1 50, file his petition in the Court ol Common fleas, within nud fur said County of Meigs, and State of (fl.io, npuinsl the said Thomas E Stevens, s.-ning turth that one Lewis Gilfiinre, on llt J.'ith il.ty nf February. A. I". Ii67. made Ins pro.ui.-rs ir note in wri ting of that date, ad delivered Ihe same lu the said Thoinis IJ. Stevens, nml thereby promised to pay to the order of the said Tiioiims E. Steven" in eighteen months from the date thereof, the sum of oue l undred dollars with ten per cent, interest allsr maiu lity; that said Thomas E. Stevens indorsed and d'd'vernd the s;inl promissory note to the said Din li il. Cr wdery; Unit uh-n saiJ nut.. became due and payable, Ihe suid Diah tl. CuwdiTV presented the stiine to the said L.'WH Uilinurci and requested p.iiirnrfit thereof that snid I.e. vis Uilu me nenlei-tej and ro fuscd to pny li.e same, oi wt.ieli the SHid Thomas K. S:-v. its ,d due and It gal notice; liut nciilier tin. .said l.rwts i-ii mo:", ftor tl ratcl Tti'Uiias K Xevcris Uns i tici .-aid .stun or uny part thereof, nud pritviiiu lur ;i judgment u-;jiii.-.l tlie Mini Ttiiiiit'i K. .-i v.-ns. for the said sum of Sn:(t, with luVitst i hereon from the -Dili day of August hi ten per nent. And that, sa.d Thomas K. iveveiis .s. notified tlmt hii oilier ol attachment hns l eeti issued agnimc li : in in this ease and returned, and that ho "is required lo nppear nnd answer snid petition, on or be lure the tuird Saturday alter liie twculy-Mih day ut Juiy, A. 1). !5y. DIAH U CU'vVDiatV, til SiiirsoN At l.AVLKV, Juno Sl-'JS-Ct-S.J.aj. liis Attornes. NOTICE"." TITl L LI AM MeAliOY nuj Ctruda McAboy, TT of the Stale i.f Wisconsin, will U-ke notice, thjt.lanu.s B. Young and Joseph S. Quivy, Administrators of the estate of Nich olas H. Q ii ivy, deceased, did, on the 6th day of July, 1659, file their petition in the Court of Common Pleas within and for the County of Aleigs imd Stale of Oliio, against the said William McAboy and Cerudj AIcAbny, dt -feirdants, setling forth, that tlie said Wtllisni and Ctruaa gave a mori-jnge lo Ihe said Nich olas Ii. Quivy, on the north-west quarter of section twenty-nine iu lleiliord Township, in Meigs County, Uliio, to secure the payment of Si. DUO, and interest thereon from the 17tli day of Mureh, 1851. according to a certain note referred to in said mortgage, and praying that the saitl William McAboy may pay said sum of SI. COO, with interest as aforesaid, now claimed to be due, or that the said pretn- " ises may be sold to pay the same. And the suid Williimi and Ceruda McAboy are notified tti at tlttv are required to appear and answer said petition on or before the third Saturday after the 23d diy ef August nxl. T. A PLANTS, July 12-28-Ct-S3 50- Att'y. for Plaintitr. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of .Meigs County, I will olTer for sale at the dorofthe Court-House in Pomeroy, Bt 12 o'clock, noon, oti the 6th day of August, 1859, the following described lauds and tenements, to-wit: Be ginning at a post on the river bank, on the west end of 100 acre lot No. 279, from which corner to a sycamore fifteen inches iu diame ter, bears north ten degrees, west twenty three links; thence north eighty-eight and three-fourth degrees, east eighteen rods to a locust post corner; thence south one and one) fourth degrees, west eight rods to a post; thence south sixty-six degrees, west thirteen rods to a post op the river bank; thence south tweuiy-four degrees, west 14 rods ten links lo the place of beginning, in Towu 2, Range twelve, of the Ohio Company's Purchase, being the xame lot that liobtrt Campbell bought of Thomas Pickens, and on which said Campbell built a Steam Flouring Mill and frame House. Appraised at SP.000. Also towi: lot No. one, in Myers addition to the town of Racine in button Township Meigs County. Appraised atS2.000. And sold aa the property of Robert Campbell, at the suit of Alexander McBane and Jerome 13. Anjer. Terms of sale cash. July6-27-6t-S5.25. J. V. SMITH, S. M. C. ROAD NOTICE. A PETITION will be presented to the Board of Commissioners of Meigs County, at their September session, asking for the alter ation of the Slate Road, leading from Galli polis to l'ome-roy, said alteration described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the said State Road on the bs nV of the Ohio River, on tho lower sidiiof S lory's Run, in Salisbury Town ship; therce following the line between J. Irwin and J. R. Sutley to near James Mauk's house; I hence t he nearest and bent way to Story's Run near John Mauk's house; thenoe the neatest and best way to Leading Creek, a short distance below the .noutli of Thomas' Creek; thence to the Leading Creek and Middleport Road, intersecting the same near a house on Lemuel, Powell's place, now occu pied by Weston Hyj dl. And that to much of the said State Road be vacated as lies be tween the mouth vf Story's Run and the ferry at Leading Creak. July 12 23-4w A PETITIONER.