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' 'TliW this world la full of oars, Ami Mt it in; but vol H'a fair, And Suivenara blooming- all the wy, And tlinau who c hooaa It pluck theui may; And If wo gather each our ahara We'll llnd a flnwor for every tare. Thou let ua wnttlv trim Ufa 'a wreath; A flower above, a eara btuieaili; Covering our griefs, aa best we may, With violet hut', or rwie bud ray Hilling oavb dark unsightly atuin ' 4 With aoine tweet bud or fragrant gem Of holy love, or truth or right, Which age can't aear, nor winter blight) And thua drOM up llfe't tlarkeat houra, And make it all a world of flowers. . BHUKAM ON A MQNtPJO POP '' Your boots, my friend, unlike to mino, With polished liialro brightly aliine; Had you bestow'd such miiUious pallia, To glow the dulneaa of Tour brain It would not then by all be aiiiil, 'How much hit feet eclipse hia lioadl" Laughing, the youthful Isubi-I Has challenged me to klm horj well, Hy stratagem I soon oblnin ' W hut force would lubor for in vain. I boasted. "Don't be proud," auid She; . "TI nothing wonderful) for sue Tour valor's not so very killing; You kissed mo. truo, but I was willing!" git-Sits. JCBrTbere is not a mite but what thinks himself "the whole cheese." J"Wanted to know if the girl who clung to hope Iiadn t a slippery hold" jCSTAn Irish paper announces that a Mr. Kennedy returned to town, fell down and broke his neck, but happily receired , no further serious damage. ISrThe rhymer who wrote the line, "Dear to me is the surf-tossed beach," probably had in bis mind a recollection of his bill at some sea-side hotel. 3T"How long did Adam remain in Paradise before he sinned?" asked an ami , able spouse of her husband. "Till he got a wifel" was the" calm re- p'y- ST"l shall never tyrannize over the affections of my daughter," said a parent. "So long as she marries the man of my choiae, 1 don't care a fig whom she may love." ' 5"Now, do take this medicine, gude wife, and I'll be hanged if it doesn't cure you." "Oh, then, I'll take it by all means, for it is sure to do good either oue way or the other!" Unmistakable. "Sally, what time do your folks dine?" asked a dandy. . "Soon as you goes away that's mis sus's orders." Dandy made tracks iustanter. JC3r"Jolm," said a cockney to his son, "I see you'll never do for an attorney you have no hen-ergy." "Skuse me, father," said John, "what I want is some of your chicken-nry." JkWA sneaking, dirty fellow being in fear of bailiffs, wished to disguise himself. A wag gave him this advice "Wash yourself And hold up your head, and then I assure you nobody will suspect who you are. JtyAn eccentric printer says he has "put his foot in it." That's a fact his sweetheart sent him a pair of high-heeled slippers a few days ago. "All the better it wasn't the mitten," says our devil, "for then, perhaps, he would have put his head in it!" Jt""Which, my dear lady, do you think the merriest place in the world?" "Why, that immediately above the atmos phere which surrounds the earth, to be sure." "Why so?" "Because 1 am told that there all bodies lose their gravity." J3r"Teddy," said a gentleman to bis Irish footman, "mind you awake me at 4 o'clock to-morrow morning, I leave for Birmingham at five, precisely." "Yes, and sure I will; but if your honor will plase call me at half-past three, I will attend to it, sure." il-Mre. Partington is said to have anxiously asked if uncle Torn is a better man than Enoch, of Biblical memory. She grounds her reasons for making this inquiry upon the fact that she has heard that Unele Torn had been translated sev eral times, while Enoch was translated but once. . Now, Charley," said a youthful swell, "you're just in time for breakfast have a cup of coffee." Baby Swell (a government office em pioyee, ; " I hanks, no; 1 aeisuah you, my de-ali fellah, if I was to take a cup of cof fee in the manning, aw, it would keep me awake all day, aw." 3Tk beggar importuned a lady for aims; ene gave mm a smiling, "liod bless your ladyship!" said he, "this will prevent me from executing my resolution." The ladv. alarmed, and thinking he med itated suicide, asked what he meant. "Alas, madam! said he, "but for this shilling I should be obliged to go to work' , Candid. A fashionable visitor thus ad dressed a little girl -r "How do you do, my little dear?" - "Very well, I thank you, sir," she re plied. A The visitor then added "Now, my dear, you must ask how I do." The child honestly replied "I don't want to know!" Scene A, Fashionable Parlor (En ter the waiting-maid with her mistress's favorite poodle wringing wet!) Lady "How is this, Bridget? How came Fido to get so very wet?" - Bridget "Faix, mem, an' I don't know; but little Tommy had the tiny baste tied to the end of a pole, and was washing the winders wid 'im, sure." Sbk "Flu the trackI" A Mississippi County Clerk, having issued a marriage license for a young man, shortly after re ceived the following note from him: Steate of Miss July 6 1859. Mr Moody plee-"let this matter stand over until further orders the girl has Flue the track By her own Request and Re lease my name off of this Bond if you pies. JC3T A Virginia negro boy, who professed tct be dreadfully alarmed at the cholera, took to the woods to avoid it, and was there found asleep.' Being asked, why he went to the woods, he said . "To pray." "But said the overseer, "bow was it you went to sleep?" . "Don't know, roaesa, !tactly," respon ded the boy; "but speo-I must have over-prayed myself!" W. J. Pit ALL. PRALLr & HATCH, And Biaxifbt-uLiroi', AT PR ALL'S Court Street Would respectfully call the attention of this community to one of the greatest improve ments ever introduced in G00E1HG :STQ iTSS; THE BURNING OF THE GAS AND SMOKE ARISING FROM THE COAL, by which means fifty per cent, of fuel is saved, and also a more intense heat thrown to the bottom of the Oven. In introducing this greatly-improved "Gaa Burning Cooking Stove," we wish' it distinct ly understood that it i not our design to use Gr In disposing of them, but will WARRANT Tins is not the only kind of Stove, however, that we propose to sell. We have the most improved patterns of WOOD COOKING STOVES. - To be brief, without dwelling upoa the win announce mat our Parlor and Can't be beat, either in quality, or in In addition to our heavy stock of Stoves, facture to order, AN APPEAL. To the Citizens or Meios and Adjoining Counties: . in a certain degTee, the nature of the business which it is to be done, naturally suggests uselt. do you wisn to uuy on cream men you havv simply been wasting your time in reading ourcard. We cannot sell at our prices without losing money, if we have to credit. sively for - C A. And exchange for Old Metal, Bruss, Pewter, ess market value. Past experience has proven the beneficent and seller, and it is for the benefit ni our customers wno can uuy mucn cueaper as wen as for our own who can aur and sell cheaper that we adopt this system. We respectfully invite you to call and se? the improvements in our Stoves, whether you wish to purchase or not; but we warn you, as you value your hard-earned money, not to lavish it away till you hove given us a call. PKALL & HATCH, Aug. 16,59. ly. REMOVAL. Has removed his JEWELRY STORE to mediately at the Head of the Wharf-Boat Landing Road, next door below Remington's Store; and informs herewith, all his cus tomers and the public in general, that he did, at the same time, open his newStock, comprising all the latest patterns of JEWELRY AND FANCY ARTICLES, Of every description which he will sell at very reasonable prices, and he warrants every article to be of the quality and value represented. His Store-Room is spacious, and expressly fitted up for the commodious recep tion of customers, where they will find a prompt and satisfactory attending in all their wants appertaining to his business. All his work, such as Watch, Clock Jewelry Repairing, Will be executed in the very best manner, prompt and durable. All his work is warranted to give satisfaction; otherwise the money laid out for it will be returned. To all from whom he has received patronage, he returns cordial thank, and wishes for a continuance of the 6wne. W. A. AICHER, Jeweler, At the Lead of Wharf-Boat Lauding Road, Pomeroy. O. n3-tf. AND NEW A T . VX i d. dl e p ori, O THE subscriber would respectfully inform his friends, and the public generally, that he has just received, and is now opening, one of the largest and most de sirable stocks of . MERCHANDIZE; ever before brought to this market, all of which, having been bought en the test of terms, will be sold at a small advance upon Eastern cost for H1IDY PiT,? Positivelyf we have reduced our prices 10 to 25 per cent, sinqe adopting the Ready Pay System, and find that it is THE principle upon which to sell , CHE A P li U O D S . , - It is deemed unnecessary to enumerate the many different kinds of Goods on hand, and will only say that we have f j ' ... ;B3Z"V" 2&?Er' T 3E3L! I JST Gr pertaining to the Trade. ' We would respectfully ask an examination of our stock and prices, feeling confident that we can may lavor us wim a can. i -v::v..:.,',; . ' 22-3m. GEOltGE HATCH. OLD STAKD Pomeroy, 0. . -, ' ' every Stove we eell to be what it is represented respective merits of the different patterns, we Office Stoves cheapness, and we defy competition. we will keen constantly on hand, and manu The above remarks will demonstrate to you, we intend to prosecute. The manner in We have, therefore, concluded to sell exclu S I I Copper, Rags, Old Silver, 4c,-, at their high- '- i results of the cash system, to both purchaser A. BURNAP'S NEW BUILDING, ira. PRICES, render perfect satisfaction to every one that . , ; , . R. B. WILSON, middteport, Oblo. GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!! THE ORIGINAL GIFT BOOK STORE. .- D. W. EVANS & CCV THE I 77 BROADWAY. 67 I THE IMPTHl NEW YORK. FIFTH YEAR. ESTABLISHED 1854. YE A H The following In a partial Hat of property which win nt giveu to ine nurcuaseraoi nooaaat ine mm of auto: Worth from Gm wairnea Knglitb Lever, Patent Lever and Lupines. (SO 00 to (100 silver vv menus, ratent Mver, run Jeweled hunting cases, open face and cylinder escapement. Gold Lock eta Large size, fourgtaaeea and two glaasea with aprlug large and ainalt size with anap. Cameo, Mosaic, Florinltne, Painted Lava, Gold-atone, Garnet aad coral Seta of Hluaand Drnpa. Ludloa' Gold Guard Chains, Fancy Hock Clialna, Cbatolaiues. Gente' Fob and Veat Chains. Seta Cameo Goldaloua, Painted, Mo aaie, Garnet, Onyx, Engraved and Plain gold Sleeve Butlona and Bo som Ktuda. Gold Pouclla with Pens, large, medi um, and small. Silver Pencils, with Gold Peua, large, medium and small size, double aua single extension case. Gents' Heavy Nig et Rings, Ladles' Gold chased and Hlalu Klugs. Gents' Gold Roaow Plus,Cluster, with Opal, Scurf Plus, Onyx, Garnet, Oto. Rich Silk Dress Patterns, Cameo, Mosaic, Lorul,Garnet, Chased 1 00 to 40 00 ISO to 18 00 00 lot 00 8 00 to IS 00 lo oo to 3o do '100 to IS 00 3 SO to 7 i oe t oo 1 00 to 7 to I SO to 00 St 00 to 30 00 1 00 to 10 00 auu nam uvai ttraceieia, Sliver and Gold Thimbles, Gents' Pen and Pocket Knife, Peurl and Morocco Porle-monnales, Toothpicks, Watch Keys, Guard Slides, Gold l'roiwes,sinull,uiedlum and large, so to e oo SO to 1 so 40 lo 8 SO I SO to 3 SO urire. 8 00 to 7 SO Busldee olber Gifts. comDrisiiiar a Wire and valu. able assortment of , miscellaneous articles, vaninv 1 lie proprietors of the Oldest Eatahlahed Girt Bookstore in the United Slates, for the uninterrup ted suecesa which has crewued their earnest effort to please during the last Tour years, would return their sincere thanks to -the huudseda of ihnuaunda who hare, In past Iiiu6,aeen lit lo bestow their pat ronage upon tlieoi; and would further assure theui, aim ine puuuc gcvenuiy, mai ineir long experience and established capital warrant theui In ollering greater Inducements thuu ever, and auch as are out of the reach of ouy similar establishment iu the country; iu tuis, THE FIFTH YEAR of their location in New-York, to introduce Haw Features, still Greater Attractions, Gilts of Greuter vaiue unu variety, a sun larger ana better selec ted Ntork of Books. Commissions and Inducements to clubs aud to agents who are willing to devote their time to our buHiuuBs; so that those whodesire can have JO-GIFTS AND BOOKS WITHOUT AIUNEY..O ..w iinn ii.."vi .wBiauiiBii ub ugeut in every town In the United States, so that all who will may We have appointed A. E. M'LAUGBIJN. our duly authorized agent for Pomurov, and vicinity, wuu win rovuim uuu ivrwaru an oruers Jvuu atten tion and dispatch. A SKW AKDREVIRKD CATALOGUE roady for distribution, containing every desirable book, new or old, now in print; and acknowledged by librarluns and literary men to bo the moat conv pieie mm uesi ciussiueu ever issuou, without an ex ception.' c 500,000 are reidy to he given awny. mailed free in mt dress, to all parts of the world. It contains all works on Art, Science, and Nat ural History. Adventures, Vravols, Agricultural and Do mestic Economy. Belles Letters, Essays. Bibles. ; Biographies, i ! iilutUmurles. . Knuyciopuidias. E V A N H Philosophical and Clas sical Works. Historical and Miscel laneous. Poetical, Theological, nviiK-ious. Law, Medlciil,Musonic. Ntandurd Fictions. Pruyor, Hymn & Glee Books. Text Books uuzetteers 0 Anda thousand varieties of nnhlii nil.ii,. i or schools, ovc. die. dunarlniONt ef literature. We sell aa low .n;i iu many cusos, lower than any other house in the country; and with every book of the vuluo of one dollar or more we present some usot'ul Gift, without extra enured. THE LET EVERY ONE CONSULT HIS OWV BEST INTEREST, " LA C E! And buy t Evans" Gill Bookstore, tnm. TO line the prices of Books, su the beautiful RKT iririA A fri.i.K- ataU.A ... - -- B j ......... (,.,, w u i iiuimmib, YOU Kunc be satlsliud that the only economical duibd wbipi uuyiiiK uuoks is at fto. 077, iiroud. AND way, Ufhrgo Hotel Building, we guuruntee GIFT Sperl'ect satisfaction. Judge for yourselves. IS examine our plan ot business. Anyone ran who wHI. Observe tno dully distribu tion of watches, sold and silvor: vet.lir.t,. AT EVANS GIFT HUUK STOKE No. 077 iuiuu unu guaru cnains; Dracelets, cumeo. iiiubuic, i-urni, auiu-sioiie. irurnuL. mil d-i it sets of piu and claps; lockets, large, me. diumund small size; rings, chased plain itnd set with stoncB,cuineo,gold-8tone coral; BKOAD-jloaaic and ngruved studs and slueve-but- WA V, ,1ub, vrt-iiriia, rTM,soa.Eoio ueos&nn linn. i-ils; gold pens In silver and morocco vuses and a thousand oilier articles of use and value. A gift with every book worth from 50 cts. to aUiOt Send for a putn lniii. YOHK CITY. It will cost you notllilllr. and will ho vul- uaoieasa oookoi rejereuce, h uollilng more. Ad dress - . 1). W. KVAiNS & Co. No. 077 Broadwav. Kew-York. ' n a- g q q N. B.-A WOKD OF EXPLANATION to those who nave known us unuer tue si, lu or EvuusdiCo. The Business located ty us at No. 077 Rrnadwav. Now York City, hi the oldest established house In the country, unu is Known wonu-wiue as the original 'Evans & C'o.'s Gift Bookstore." Munv imva i,iL..n tlie advuntuge of our iieimlHrity to advertise under tue sume,to increase meir iriiue. to protect the few who may bo unacquainted with us, we would state that we have no connectiou with any other Gift Book House und though many advertise under the name of Evu lis & Co., the firm constituted by D. W. Evans unu j. n. rrestuii, lento ursi unu t niy concern right fully using the nume. But to prevent nil confusion in the future, we shall use the stylo of 1). W. EVANS 4 CO., and all persons wrongfully using the appellation to mixlcnd the public, will be made to sudor the peuulty of the law. ; D. W. EVANS & CO., 22-Iyj 077 Broadway, Newjfork. THE GREAT AMBASSADOR OF HEALTH TO ALL MANKIND HOLLOWA1 'S PILLS. A BOON TO THE SICK. The wi nt of a sterling medicinal to meet the lltsand necessities of the suffering: portion of humanity, and one entirely free from mineral and other deleterious particles, was severely re It till this all powerlul medicine was ushered Into the world; Hollowav's invaluable PiLLft have become the nousiiioi.n rkmkdy of all nations. Their attribute is to prkvkkt us well as to ccrk; they attack the raoix or root of the com plai.it, hiiu thus by removing the hidden cuuse of dis ease reluvigorute and restore the drooping energies of the system, assist'ng nature In her task of vital and ruNCTiOMARY rkfor nation. DYSPEPSIA. The great seouiire of this continent yields nnlcklv to a course f these antlsentiuPHUand the dlfi-eatlve organs are j-u41 Vv4Uir propuj- lont-ilAi-uiiitler in wnat inuuoua siium- ting, nyura or uisuase exiiiuiia itself, this searching unl uuurrlug remedy disperses tt rroril the patient'aeystem. J r. GENERAL DEBILITY AND WEAKNESS. TT L. ....... .. ...... . ., ... . , s-iuui .M,iv,roBiuu,uiwiiH or nriKiTB, anu mi other signs of a diseased liver, and other disorgani zatlnn of the'aysteni, vanish under the eradicating in fluence of this all powerful antiseptic and detergent remedy. : - BILIOUS DISORDERS. The proper aiiBiit um and riarht condition of the bile Is of momentous Importance to the health of Uie hu man frame, this Ann-aitiora medicine expels the hidden seeds of the complaint, and renders all the flulds aud secretions pure and fluent, cleansing and resusltating the vltari functions of the body. . SICKLY FEMALES fihonld lose no time In trvlnar si few doses' of this regulating and renovating remedy, whatever may bo their complaint, it can be taken with safety iu all pe riodical and other disorganizations, IU effect la all but miraculous. ''' 1 tjnrSfcted PRooir. - i I? The testlmonv of Natluna la unanimnuslv borne to the health-giving virtnes of his noble remedy, and cortiHcatea in every living language bear witness to the imntMAnLEHiss of their ihtkhibio worth. . Ilollovxty's Pilltare the best remedy known in the world for the following duea&esi Asthma '' DlarrbM Indigestion, - Stone and nuww t.im-xfropsy, : ,- innueozau - itravei, plaints. Debilltr. ' Inflammation. Secondary Coughs, Fever Ague Inward Weak- Hymlomas Solds, Female Cm- neat, Venereal best Die. . plaint,. , Liver Compt'la, Anectlons eases. Headaches. Lown'ss of SDirtt Worms of Dysnensla. - -..,. - Pilesi - v all kinds. "JL r Caution! None are genuine unless the worde "Holloway. New York and London." are descrtbable as a Water-mark In every leaf of the book of diroe- wuoa arouua eacn pot or dox, wo same may oo plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light. A hand some reward will be given to any one rendering such information- aa nay lead to the detection of any party or parties counterfeiting the medlclnoeor vend ing the same, knowing them to be spurious. .Kold at.lhe Mannfattorlea of Professor Hol loway, SO Maiden tone. New York, and .by all re. anertable Drurrtstsaiid Dealers of Medicine throuirh. out the United Males and. the civilised 'world, In Doxet ai xa cnu, ua cents, ana one aonar eacn. XT7 There Is considerable saved by taking the larger sices. . , , rf , N. B. Directions for the gul.lanre of patients In every disorder aro afllxod to each box. l-7-eow-ly New Establishment. GROCERY & PROVISION STORE. CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE! VAL. DUTTENHAFER HAH taken the building on the West corner o Court and Front Streets, In which he design prosecuting the Grocery and Produce Business, In somewhat different style than la known In this com munity. CASH PAID FOIt PRODUCE, or exchanged for Groceries, at the option of those having the marketing. My business will be different from others In refer ence to variety, which will comprise at all times, a kinds of DRIED FRUITS, and other materials kept in limited supply In tai town. 1 will keep constantly, BUTTER, EGGS AND FOWLS, to supply the community In Pomeroy and vicinity. I will mention part of Buy slock, which will be promptly supplied before exhausted, stud will always be the best articles In market: COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, Kice, Syrup, Molasses, Extracts of Cofleo, Mustard, Sularatus, Soda, Cream Tartar, Dried Beef, Belona Sausage, Cheese, Bacon, Hems, Shoulders and Sides. Cucumber Pickles, Preserves of all kinds, Spices, uAit-uup. vBriuttM, iaBitiv, Buaviug, sportsman's and other Soups. Oils, Candles, WOODEN fc WILLOW-WARE. Buckets, Baskuts, Tubs, Churns, Ac Brooms, Coll Hope, Brushos. Queeusware, Glassware, and Notions. Cigars and Tobacco, of all grades. Quantities and qualities. fiour per oarrei. POSITIVELY NO CREDIT. A CARD. To the Citizens of Pomeroy aud Meigs Cennty: i nave openea an estnuusament or tne above im- Ferfect description. I think you need It, and know can buy and sell as favorably as others, dolugexclu- sively a cash business. Will you give me sufficient patronage to enable uie to continue. 1 pioruise to satisfy you as to my ability to sell cheap. -7.-iy. v. iiu i ic.nnArr.it. HOWARD ASSOUAN. PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Institution established by spe cial Endowment for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, efllicted with Virulent and Epi demic) Disexses. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, In view or the awful destruction of human life, caused by Hex nal diseases, and the deceptlona practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases by Uuucks, several years ago directed tholr Consulting Surgeon, as a CHABITABLE ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment ef this class of diseases. In all their forms, and to give MEDICAL ADVICE GKAT1K to ail who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation, bubils of life, dec.,) and In cases of extreme roverty, to FUHN1SH MEDICINES FHEE OF CHAKGE. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill of the age, ami will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association, In their Annnal Report upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, torthe year ending Jauuury 1st, 1H&S, express the highost satisfaction with the success which has atteuiic'd the labors of the Consulting Surgeon In the cure of Kper oiatorrbo'a. Seminal Weukuess, Impotence, Gonor rhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice or Onunisin or Self abuse, dVc, und order a contiuuauoe of the suuie plan for the ensuing yeur. The Directors, .n a review of the past, feel assured that their labors in ihis sphere of Dcnvvoiciil effort have been of great beiioBt to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote them selves, vt-itli renewed teal, to this very important and mucn aespiseo cuuse. All admirable. Heport on Spermatorrhea, or Fein inal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation, or S'-lf-ubuse, and otherdiBeasesof the sexual organs, by the Consulting Btirgeou, will he son! hy nail (in a seuled envelope), FKEE OF CHAKGE, on receipt of TWO STAMPS for oosiuire. Other Hitnorls and Tracts of the nature and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, dec, are constantly being published fur gratuit ous distribution, aud will be sent to the utilit-led. nome or the new reiniilies and methods of treatment discovered during the last year, are of great value. Address, for Keport or treatment, Dr. . KKILL1N HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Associu tion, No. S South Math Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors. EZKA D. HEAKTWELL, Prcsldeot Gr.o. FAincMinn, Secretary. AH--t-uov 15 DR. ROBACK'S lJIood Puiif.tr and Blood Fills. DISEASE VAKQ UISHED BY DK. ROBACK'S SCANDINAVIAN KEMEDIEH. AFTF.R years of study and experiment. Dr. Koback, the eminent Hweetlish Physician, succeeded in producing a medicine from twenty-three different species of nieuutuln herbs of his native land, which acts directly upon the cuuses of disease in the blood, and by restoring the corrupted fountain of life to u condition of health and purity, expels disease from the system, wherever it may lie located, or whatever may be Its character. Indigestion, nervous com- f)laints,oliptic and other fits, coughs, consumption in l.s eurly stasrea, sore throat, bronchitis, fever und ngue, asthma, low spirits, sexiinl Incapacity, feuii- litlio wens litres, (inching ui mc K in, By niptuiiintic O! paralysis, rhentnatlsm, neuralgia, tumor, cancer, dia- uciDa. iniiiii'iv kiiu .ii.-uiiifej, uiniiiic, nuti ait uiuur disorders of the organs of respiration, the liver, the kidneys, tne stonnicn, tne nerves, or me musculur flber, are unerringly cured by this preparation. It is to the matirixb morsi or seeds of dlseuse what an al kali is to an acid: it neutralizes them with absolute certainty, while itt the same time it regulates the secretions, removes obstructions from the bowels, creates appetite, renews bodily vigor, and regener ates every animal function, ciuch is the nature such are the effects of Dr. Koback's famous Scandinavian Blood Puriner. which. If taken in conjunction with his Scandinavian Blood Pills, will not only obliter ate tiie most painful disease, but prevent their re currence, and lengthen life beyond tue ordinary span. in tne ncANOiifAViAii vkoktable hlood rtLLs, nr. Roback presents the result of twenty years exoeri- ence, butd study aud experiment as to what a perfect pill should be. No onu cau doubt their superiority after one singlo trial. Price of the Scandinavian Blood nils, ! cents per box, or nve ror i. Pkru, Miami County, Ind., Aug. 4, 1857. Dr. C. W. Kobai x: 1 have received so much bene fit from t our Scandinavian Blood Puriner aud Blood Fill, that I have thought it my duty, and It is no less my inclination, to give you a plain statement of my ease. 1 was for years afflicted with that bane of all comfort, and efficiency in business, dyepepsia. To re cupltuluto all the so-culled remedies wtitch I have used to rid myself of this disease, would Indeed make a melancholy catalogue. I also consulted with tiie best physicians 1 could hear of. I waaiuduced to try your remeuies, turougu tne persuusions oi a friend, and after using them a few days, was greatly benefitted, and 111 a short time, (less than a month,) I was entirely and permanently cured. I was also afllictcd with the most violent nervous hcudttcbe, which I sumiose -was produced by my -distirdered stomach, for when my dyspepsia left me, my head ache left with It. I now feel butter in every respect man i nuve tor ten years. : very truly yours, JOHW rl. IJEMUTH. From the Rev. Mr. McMullen, Pustor of hobcrta Chapel: Indianapolis, Oct. 5, 1857. Dr. C. W. Roace Dear lr: 1 have used your Blood Puriner for a- nervous affection, from which I have suffered much ut times. While It Is pleasant to the taste. It certainly has a happy effect upon the nerves. Please aocent mv thanka for vonr. kind re gards and acts, and believe me. Yours, " .,., J.W.T. M.iMULLEN. ! ' ..i, Cincinnati, Friday. Sep. 4, ICS". Da. Robao Dear Kis: Huvlnir been afflicted with neurnla-lu or rheumatism for the oast Tear ami a half. and having seen your modlclne, c.illecl the Scandina vian Blood Puriner, highly reeoiniuomieu tiy gentle men with whom 1 am acquainted. 1 waa Induced to try It, but not be Tors I had used various other medi cines, Arter using two bottles, I felt its effects very sensibly, and upon using two more, I found myself perfectly cured. You will allow me, therefore, to congratulate you upon making a discovery in medi cine which Is proving itself to be a worker of such wonders In the diseases of the human rurally. i GEOKGE BENNETT, Local Editor Cincinnati Dally Enquirer. ' The above certificates, aud many othors, can be seen at my office by any one at any time. Get one of my Family Medical Aluanaoa, gratis, from my agent. ''- , . Manufactory, Sales-rooms and Office, No. 0 Ea Fourth street, third building from Main street, Clu elnnatl, O. . - , . For Bale W D. Reed, Pomoroy; Hogg & Cob, : Middleport; Paine fc Bbancii, Rutland; Dickkt 4 . Wilsohv Harrison ville; Ellis & Jones, Racine, and by Drug-- gists and Merchant generally. 2-ly A. G. CltOWLHY & CO., WILfc hereafter tarry on trie Carpenter and Joiner Businest; Doori, Sash, Blinds, Ac, executed to order. From long experience in buainesa. we feel confident of giving perfect satisfaction in all orders entrus ted to our care. ForpaM patronage our thanks are due the public, and we respectfully ask a continuance of their favors. The mill is a few doors above MufJock A Williams'. Flouring mill. 16-tf. NOTICE. ewis R. Nye, of the State of Illinois, will take J notice that Edward A. Mitchell, Reuben Glllllan, William Foster, and John Ashworlh, dee'd, Ad ministrators of Thomas Ashworth dee'd, Kdward M. Nye, Peter Hopstotter, Michnol Weller, and Thmuus Ashworth, or the County of Melgt and State of Oblo, did, on the 17th day of May, A. 0.1859, Die their petition in tile Court of Common Pleas, within and for the County of Meigs, In said State of Ohio, against the said Lewis S. Nye, Aaron M urdock aud W. C. Williamson, defendants, setting forth that at the March term, 185, of said Court, holden on the lt day of March, 1851), the said plaintiffs recovered in said court, respectively, judgments against said Aaron Murdoch und Lewis S. Nye, under the name and style of Murdoch & Nye, as follows, to-wlt: The said Edward A. Mitchell recovered Judgment for (31233 33, und costs, Stl 14; the said Reuben Gil llluu Judgment for $1481 80, aud costs, 7 35; the said Administrators of Thomas Ashworth Judgment fori!213 80, aud costs, 4 78; the said Cdward M. Nye Judgment for 8)537 44, and costs, (5 89; the said Peter Hopstotter judgment for 87, and costs, $4 64; the said Michael Weller Judgmeut for 91 03, and costs, (4 94; the said Thomas Ashworth Judg uieutfortgl3 54; and costs, $4 84; which suld Judg ments are set forth in said petition to be still In full force and unsatisfied, In whole or in part, and for the satisfaction of which said Murdock & Nye hure, it is alleged, no real or personal property, aside from that bereluufter specified, liable to execution at law. It is also set forth in said petition, that prior to the recovery of suld Judgments, on or about the first day ol Mny, 1858, the suld Murdock 4k Nve being soiled in fee of the following real estate, situate In the town of Pomeroy, in said Meigs County, and Slate of Ohio, to-wit : Lot number 35, Lot number 838, Lot number 811, Lot number 812, wllh the landing in front of said lots, Lot number 814, Lot number 815, Lot number SlU, Lot number 817, Lot number 873, that Cart of Lot number 1 described as follows, to-wit: elng In the form of a parallelogram, measuring 13 chains and 7 links on the easterly line of said Lot uumber 1, commencing at the north-west corner, aud measuring S chains and 00 lluks from said north-west corner, along the north line of suld Lot number 1, the opposite sides beiug eiual aud rarullel lo those two measured sides, and also so much of said Lot number I as lies between said last parcel above de scribed and the north end of Lot number 23 In auid town of Pomeroy. It is shown in said petition aforesaid, that the said defendants, Aaron Murdeck and Lewis S. Nye, were Jiartuers under the name aforesaid, of Murdock ot Cye, and that their business was that of buying wheat, manufacturing and soiling flour, and running a flouring mill, situate on the promises above de scribed, and having on hand and owning as auch partners, a large umount of wheat, flour, and other personul property, aud being, ua such purtners, at the same time, largely indebted in various amounts, to divers persons, uiuouiitlng to about forty thousuud dollurs, and beiug unable to pay said amount iu con templation of insolvency, and for the purpose of hindering, defrauding and delaying their creditora iu the collection of their just debts, suid petition churges that suid Murdock & Nye combined and con federated with one Will in in C. Williumsou, who hud knowledge of the aforesaid fraudulent purpose, und conveyed to suid Williumsou the undivided uioiely of the uloresuid reul estate, fur the uominul consid eration of tun thousuud dollurs, as plaintiffs in said petition cliurge, upon a secret trust, for the use aud benefit of said Murdock & Nye, aud without anv real or adequate consideration. Suid petition further shows that at or about the same time, said Mun'ick & Nye, for tho sume fraudulent and unlawful pur pose, sold aud transferred to said Williamson the un divided hulf of suld wheat, flour, and other personal properly; and that said sale uud transfer wus made by said Murdock-& Nye, uud received by suid Wil liumson for the purposes uforesuid, and upon the secret trust uforesuid for the benefit of suld Murdock & Nye, Sultl petition further shows, thut from suid first day of May till on or about the second Uuy of December, 1858, said Murdock Si Nye uud said Wil liumsou curried on said business uud run and used suid mill us purtners, the suid Murdock & Nye being, or pretending to be, Interested in suld new concern o the amount of one-half, and said Williuiueon to the uuiouut of one-hulf, upon au ugrecuieut, or pre. tended agreement, that the profits aud losses were to be sbured und borne accordingly, aud that upon a full aud final settlement of suld new concern, and of the stock, profits and losres thereof, a large umount would be found due from suid Williuuison to said Murdock 6i Nyo. Said petition further shows, thut afterward, ou or about the tilluluy of October, 1858, the said Lewis S. Nyo being seined iu fee of t he fol lowing reul estate, situate in suid town of Pomeroy, to-wit: that purl of Lot number S41, in said towu of Pomeroy which wus couvejed to the said Lewis S. Nye by R. C. Grunt uud Louisa Murry, us executor uud executrix of the will of William .Murry dee'd, by their deed of the date of the first day or Junuury, A. D. 1847; tfau sauio being 1 10 feel ull of the upper or easterly side of suid Lot number 241, uud also the river bank iu front of suid 110 feet, exteuding from the street to low water in the Ohio River, and also, all ol the land ling buck of, and udjoiuiug to, said purcel of 110 feet, und being belweeu the auiuu slid a thirty loot street luid out Iu front ol the coal hill, which lust mentioned parcel wuscouveyed to the suid Lewis K. ?ye by U. Tracy Howe, J. C. Vt right und Tbos. Irving, by llieir deed of the 2Ulh of Fubru ury, A. D. 1848, ami ulso, a purcel of laud lying west of, und adjoining lo, the last mentioned purcel, uud being oi lite width ol V0 leel on thu rear end of suid Lot ui.uibcr 241, und ol the like width of 2U feet ou said lliiily foot street, and exteuding IVuiu'suid Lot mi iu her 841 to suid street. Said petition alleges that said Murdock dt Nye be ing still largely indebted asulurusuid, the suiu Lewis S.Nje, by his deed of thut date, conveyed the real estule Inal uforesuid, lo suid Wiiiimu C WilliuiiiBou for the uouiiual coiisidsrutiou of 32,000, but as auid petition allege, for no reul or adequuto considera tion, aud upon a secret trust lor the uau and benefit of suid Luwls S. Nye, and thut the convuyuuee lust aforesaid wus utude und executed Ihrotigh fraud, uud for thu purpose of hindering, defrauding and de laying the creditors of the suiu Murdock & Nye. Said ptitillou further shows that alter the lime of the nuking of the conveyance last uforesuid, ou or about the first day of December, 1858, the said Lewis . Nye and the suid Aaron Murdock each sold, ussigned uud delivered to suid W illiamson various and divers ar ticles of personul property, the iudivlduul properly of each upon certain pretended terms uud considera tions, which the pluintltfs iu suid petitiou aver are unknown to them, but for the same fraudulent aud unlawful purpose of hindering, delaying uud de frauding the suid creditors ol the said Murdock tfi Nye. Hie plaintiffs In suid petition lurthurcharge thut suid William L. Williumsou is lurgely indebted lo said Murdock & Nye. and loeuchof Iheiu.uud that other nersons unknown to the said pluintllls are, as tney aver, iiiueoteu iu tue suiu iMuruwt-s x .ijv.unu to each of them, uud that suid Murdock dt Nje huve und own equities, effects and choses, uot liubl" to ex ecution at luw, which they secrete, und which suid plaintiffs in suid petition aver, ought lo be subject le the payment of said judgmeuts. The plalnlills iu suiu petition, uy reuson oi tue premises, ueuiuntiuuu nrav thut suid deeds of conveyance mny be set aside. us to the creditors of the suid Murdock ot Nye, that suld sale und transferor personal property uiay be in like manner set aside, aud declared Iruudulout, Unit suid reul estate uud personal property may be sold lor the satisfaction ot sum juugmenia, tuui aiu u liumson may be adjudged to puy in satisfaction of suid judgments any umount in w hich he muy be in debted to suid Murdock & Nye, or to either of theui. that any other debts due lo, or choses or equities of, said. Miiruock or iyu to oe uiscioseu, may ou suu- Jected, in like mauner,to Hie puj uient of suid Judg ments. I ml saiu. uuruocK at nye muy du iiuusrsti and compelled to disclose ull their said equities, choses aud debts due them or either of them, that an account may be tuken of suid new firm and partner ship, and the amount found due from suld Willium sou Himlied in imminent of suid judgmeuts, uud thut the piuintitl's muy have such other Mid further relief as is just and equlluble. The suid Lewis K. Nye Is no- titled that be Is required to appearand unsitor suld petition on or before the third buturduy alter the 24IU oi Bepiciuuer. a. v. icj-j. MITCHELL St OTHERS, By Carlxton & Wv.lch, Aug. 9,'59-32-at. (31.50 Their Attorneys. NOTICE. MEIGS COUNTY Couit of Common Pleas. Christopher Kepler plaintiff, vs. the Ad ministrator and Heirs of Jesse Stafford, et al, defendants; Melissa Stafford, Mary Staf ford, Charles Stafford, and an infant in vkn tkc sa here, ail infants under the age of 14 years and Heirs at law of Jesse Stafford de ceased of the State of Virginia, will take no tice that Christopher Kepler, of the county of Meigs, in the State of Ohio, did, on the 6th day of August, n. D. 1859, file his petition in the Court of Comraop Pleas, within and for the County , of Meiiss, and State of Ohio, against the said Melissa Stafford, Mary .Staf ford, Charles Stafford and said infant In ven tre sa aucre, and others, defendants, setting forth that the said Jesse Stafford gave a mort gage to said Christopher Kepler, to one un divided hall of lot No. 220. and all that part of lot No. 221, not conveyed by the deed of Daniel Shaw to Elihu Thompson lying in the town of Pomeroy, Meigs County, an I State of Ohio, to secure the payment of S3S0.00, ao ccrding to a certain note referred to in said mortgage, and that since the ' giving of .said mortgage said Jesse Stafford diad, leavingithe above-named defendants. hia-heirs at-law. And praying a judgement, for the said sum of 8350 .00, and interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum from the ltth day of January, A. U., 186a, and tnavaaid premise may be sold to pay the same; - And the above named defendants ate notified that they a.e required 10 appearand answer aaid petition on or before the third Saturday after the 24th day of September next. . - J. BRADBURY Atty. for plaintiff. 1 August 8,. 1859. 32-6t 5.25. ; : Attachment Notice. i BEFORE Ephraim Shields.'J. P. of Orange Township, Meigs County, Ohio. Hance Evens, plaintiff, against R. H. Sarson - and Brooks Buffington, defendants. On the 20 Ih day of July, A.I). 1859, said Justice issued an order of attachment itt the above action, for the sum of fifty-nine dollar and eighty-seven cents. I HAN UK EVENS, Orange Township, July 20th, 1869. Dr. James Dyas' Estate. !, i J ' VTOTICEla hereby'given that the snbscrf Ii ber has been appointed and Qualified as administrator on " the estate of James Dys, iaie oi meigs county, ueccaaca. : Dated at utiesier, to is torn any ot August, 1869. . - STEPHEN KENNEDY. , J4-3t. NOTICE. ' THOMAS IRVIN, of the County of Camp bell, in the State of Kentucky, and Uriah T. Howe, of the State of Michigan, (the nam of the County unknown) will take notice; that William Curtis, of the County of Meigs and State of Ohio, did, on the 28th day of July A. D. 1859, obtain an order fiom the Honorable Simeon Nash, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the County of Meigs, in said Stale of Ohio, agaiirst the said Thomap Irvin, Uriah T. Howe and eno James Kallam, setting forth that the said Thomas Irvin, Uriah T. Howe and James Kallam, show cause by the first day of the next, term of said CouTt or Common Pleas to wit: at the November Term thereof, why a certain judgement, recovered by the said William Curtis, in the said Court ofCammou Pleas, within and for the said County of Meigs, in said State of Ohio, against the said? Thomas livin, Uriah T. How and James Kallrm, late partneis doing businets under' the style and firm name of Howe & Co., on tber 20th day of October, A. D. 1842, for the iuio of tw.o hundred and nine dollars and Sixteem cents, and costa amounting to eight dollars, (which said judgement is wholly unpaid and unsatisfied and has become dormant,) should1, not be and stand revived. And the said Thomas Irvin and Uriah T. Howe, are notified that they ate required to appear and answer said order, on or before the; third Saturday after the 13th day of Septem ber next. Dated August 3d, 1859. WILLIAM CURTIS. By BvRMAr At Stanbery, his Atty's. 32-6t-5.25. NOTICE. Q AMUEL COOPER, (supposed to be in the - State of Virginia,) will take notice that Catharine Cooper, of the County of Meigs, in the State of Ohio, did, on the 2d day of Au gust A. D. 1869, file her petition in the Court of Common Pleas, within anil for the County of Meigs, in aaid State of Ohio, aeainst the said Samuel Cooper, defendant, setting forth that the said Samuel Cooper and the said Catharine Cooper were married on the 2d day or November, A- D. 1825, in the said County of Meigs, and State of Ohio; and that ever since the said marriage, the said Catharine Cooper has conducted herself toward the said Samuel Cooper as a faithful and obedient wife, yet, that the said Samuel Cooper, re gardless of his marital duties toward the said Catharipe Cooper, has been guilty of habit ual drunkenness for the three years last past, and further setting forth, that the said Samuel Cooper is possessed of certain goods and chaltels, and is also seized in fee of certain real estate, situated in said County of Meigs, and State of Ohio, a full description of which real and personal property is given in the pe tition of the said Catharine Cooper, filed on the 2d day of August, A. D. 1859, as afore said; and further averring that the said Sam uel Cooper threatens, and is about to dis pose of all of said property, both real and personal, and cor.vert the same into money, and remove therewith beyond the jurisdiction of the aid State of Ohio, whereby the said' Catharine Cooper will be left wholly desti tute, and without the means of support, and further charging that the aaid Samuel Cooper threatens to remove from the custody of the said Catharine Cooper certain children, to wit: Lucy M. Cooper, Elizabeth Cooper, and Samuel Cooper junior; and praying that ther said Samuel Cooper may be restrained by the injunction of said Court from selling or dis posing of any of said real and personal prop erty, and also from taking from the custody of the said Catharine Conner t hi-suid chil dren; and further playing that the said Sain-' uel Cooper may be decreed lo pay the sad Catharine Cooper reasonable alimony, "id for such other relief as the nature of hecse may require; and the said Samuel Copper in notified that he is required to appearand an swer said petition on or betore t lieftiird Sat urday afler the 20th day of September next. Dated August 12th, A. P. 1859. CATHERINE COOPER, By Bi'Rnaf fc Stanbery, H Ally's. Aug. 16-33 6t. 88 75. SHERIFF'S SALE. Bv virtue of an order of stile to me directed from the Court of C.immon Pleas of Meigs County. I will offer for sale at the door of the Court Howe in Pomeroy, at 11 o'clock a- a , on the 29th day of September, 1859, the follow ing described lands and tenements, to wit:, all that tract or parcel of land lying and be ing in Town three, Range thirteen, of the Ohio Company's purchase, being a part of section number three: beginning at a post in the east line of said section, one hundred and sixty perches south from the north east corner of said section; thence west sixty-thtee and two tenth perchen to a post; thence north eleven degrees east thirty-two perches to a post; thence north thirty-four perches to a post; thence north forty degrees west seventy perches to a post; thence north seventy-nine degrees west fifteen and eight-tenths perches to a post; thence north to a post in the north line of said section; thence east eighty perches to the norlh-east corner of said sec tion; thence south one hundred and sixty perches to the place of beginning, contain ing sixty-seven acres more or less: except twenty five acres off the north eud of said tract, and sold as the property of Myron Harper, et al, at the suit of Hiram H. Grow. Appraised at $b'H 00. Aug. 29,-35-5t. J. V. SMITH, S. M. C. NOTICE. Julia Freckman, of the County of Ohio, and State of Virginia, is hereby notified that Charles Fieckman did, on the 1st day of Au gust, 1859, file his petition in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the County of Meigs, and State of Ohio, charging the said Julia Freck man with three vears' wilful absence, with out any just cause therefor, and asking that he may be divorced from the said Julia Freck man, which petition will stand for hearing at the next term of said Court. Dated this 2d day of August A. D. 1869. CHARLES FRECKMAN, By Simpson & Lasley, . ' 81-6t-83.60. , . His Attorneys." ; Sale f Beat Estate Order ot Probate Court of. "WaMiliigton County-, Oblo. On the 17th day of September, 1859, at 3 o'clock p. m., on the premises, in the Town of Sheffield, Meigs county, State of Ohio, will be sold to the hi( hest bidder, the following Real Estate, as the property of Jesse Thorn bury, dee'd, to wit: Lot No. 6 in Bfchan's Additiori to, the Tewrt of Sheffield, in the County of Meigs, State of Ohio, it being 68 feet front and 99 feet deep. Appraised at f 300. Teims of sale, one-third in band, one third in one year,) and one-lhird In two years, with interest.: LEVI SHIELDS, . Adm'r of Jesse Thornbury, dec. ' Aug. 16-33-3L .'.::: ' Attachment Notice. ' BEFORE Wm. Hawley, J. P. of Olive Township. Meigs County, Ohio Denard Reed, plaintiff, vs. Hamilton Secrist, defend ant. On the 4th day of August, A. D. 1869, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action, for tht tnm of twenty-three dollars and ninety-one cents. r ubnAKU it baas.: OliTe, Aug. 9th, 1859. ; . 34-3t. Attachment Notice. " - EFO-RE Nicholas Stansbury, J. P. of Rut land Township, Meigs County, Ohioi- John J. Bing, Adm'i of the estate of Elijah O. Vantant dec'U, piainiiH vs. James mcior mick. defendant. On the 13th day of Au gust, A. D. 1859, said Justice issued an ordei of attachment in the a Dove action, for the sum of-one iunibed and.six dollars and eighty fiveeents, and, twenty-five dollars, the prob able costs. "'JOHN J. BING, A daft.'. Rutland, AugVIStJi, 1S69. i MSL-r ''', ' 'AdminSstfalors'' Notice.' - NOTICE is heireby given that the undersigned- have been appointed; and rdnly qualified as Administrators of the estate of James Merrall, late of Meigs County, O., dee'd. Dated this 9th day of August, .1859. C. YOUNG, C J. R. PHILSON, . Aug. 30.-35-3t. Administrators.