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I THB TXJBUKBT AND THE TOOTH.
, J ' . Yh'iA mAnfch af m.TiA. vhfin ln tharA want
. X tumkeyl Oht I had hoped
fttfltlwM tob lau to argue nowr --t'i
".'pBig dropaof sweat' were on mv brow, J
j i "? Upon "ray tooth s big turnkey v . ;7 -
. VT-;
) I AnrJ the be me one tarn tnbre-
""Another screech, and then I fell -" ' "
Pell sprawling flatvpon the floor!
" . 4f I hongi he'd torn my jaw wey--
iii taWiuaeisat h said,4 pshaw!!.'
v s S J trowed he fedtmt.aU he'd Bey rj ; r H
. i mWm, "Look o here, um of your jaw!?
ITlieEmpress "of . the French is
: Burrouaueariva jrarts-ixes. .u: t y
Upbarthe marriage :J' of 'Miss
; j Wheat, editor hoped, watcher path
might pajtawery.
v. 3T "That's jjart of the sinking fund,"
"Wavhap said, when a box of money
wcnttov tite bottom ot the river.
f gentleman asked a negro if he
--u' l i :t f-r -
replied he darkey respectfully, "me tank
.youromp nose not nungry. -1
' rScotl Sfyi5 that'.'otery man tbat
Ulfdfa Ms' Sid lights and'shades."
. r ' We are not certain about shades, hut
' -Ire' presume there'isnO' liver. without
. Tichts. ,
'"'ti fp'winj-4 'fi0- advice, to
-'persons Visiting offices ana other business
: places; r hut thef door, and when you
nit done talking, erve Voar - mouth in
the. 6ame ways ' . . A . .'';'"''' 1 I
T'kXjK "Jt is not proper : for you
v to play school to-day. dea.r. for it is Sun-
? "f "know 'it, mother, but it's Sunday
e&A-lady jwas-astonished in.Mi9si3-
i; sippi,' tne oiner aay. av leasiwe juugo
so from the fact that John A. Surprise
, was married to Sallie A. Stock. They
.will prohably-have a little sdrprisd I oc-
, easionally to keep wp the roocfc. . ;
1-.The' following is the only trace we
have leftf)f the Tarnasion flight , of a
. 'young gentleman int the country," who
: was evidently in a very bad way:. Verse
'm ''-. s ...".. ?; ' . . s ..-! .
v., 4 w J- v'! .., . :
. taokt itMM (weete, 1 lookt at Jana, .
d4 we bota feU)nlderbly Moaplnwod; .
'.T liWf.wMbotfc hppy "Jjongrb to R ioBe. (';.-
' w.e fat there (or hoii.Ume aod buutd!"
' .ileper has ent splendidly
;hound copy of the nnabridged edition
sof hit "Impending Crisis", to ' Missouri
Clark, with a letter, returning that gen
tleman ms" smoerd thanks for the mag
nificent advertisements he has bestowed,
iree cv cnarge upon nia cook. uj.-i.s
fgAn old toper, in the last stages of
the dropsy, was told by bis physician
that' nothing would save him but .being
apjj8d5" rjl&fon.a wittj iittlelhaver,
jWteitei't M saying: lyfs, g M U
'Don't yoju do it, pappy, for you know
there never was anything tapped in our
house that lasted, mor'n. a week.y .,j ;
ts tR&Th lextended brandy if Massi
hu8et.fidflativaJlih;IJew.Yorkin the
shape of i what is known as "tangle-foot
whiskey," a beverage in use in the lower
; warda of ther city, and warranted,' says a
: New York paper,' to "upset ah individual
"at a distance of four hundred yards from
hCkdemijohn containing t.", : ."TJ.V Z
: .&Nearly all the brave men' have
heen of ; finely. organized and therefore
, nervous, temperameats. J, Julius t Caesar
was nervous, o. was Napoleon, so was
Nelson. ' The Puke of Wellington saw a
man turn pale ns he marched up to a
battery. - - :' ; ,
"Tha' said he,."is , brave man; he
knows his danger and faces it." - i; ::-ir'
-.,? , ,-fi-,f-:.-.; ' . . . I
:v vreA follow wai doubting whether or
not he should volunteer to fight the Mex
icans ; One of the fiags waved , before
, Alls Cjea, 4;ariag we uiavnpuuu - , ij
tory or Deatii," somewhat troubled and
-discouraged4 him?" v .
- -.iVictory is a very good " thing," ; said
"lie, "hut why '' put "ft victory or death?
J net put it victory or crippled and I'll
.go that.'V.-.'r ,i '. ... l. . i.
t r " y. s '''' -i
. tSX go4 .story is told by the Chi- -cago
-r Timet about the Presidential ap
..pqintmehts'.o Postmasters in that State.:
Oneunlucky. appointee was compelled
' to deeline for the reason set forth below:
. . V r '.. L . . A.. x T M .
. . 1119 noiror vl my apgwinkuieuo, i regie l
to say I have yet an anexpired term of
v five : years in the Penitentiary, which
" "eompels me to decline your flattering of
' fer.'V' - ' -
;V'- lu.A clergyman in a New Hampshire
pnlpit, haying .with -great eloquence,
.urged - his congregation to abstain, i
'V. lm J. i .11 11 1 .11
nanxsgiving uay, irum an nuuruu a.u.
pusiuess pursuiia, nuu tu atisuu vuuiun
.'in the forenoon, concluded with this
ionching appeal: ' m;--,.
"It any of. the brethren are at leisure
;an the afternoon; I should be pleased to
.see them at my house, as I intend to take
. . that opportunity y should friends enough
. assemble, to move my barn?'
. tDo you remember the story of
. Frederick the Ureat and the sentinel, on
yery cold wintry, night? "Why don't
yon smoke?" asked the .king, incog.
.! jt against" orders mustn't," re-
plied the sentinel. , ... v
. "Oh.' but vod mav- I ei ve" you leave."
it "Can't help it, I mustn't." ;
' te" Jou I001 l,aa,J' A win uear jobj
"harmieas j am the king."" i I
And what said the sentinel to that? ;
..mv . 1 'J 'J .li.x ...IJ
: mf ' . l. .oil ' ' 1 i .
. captain say r , J
Moral: , Always obey your immedi
ate auperior. ;,'" '
' "! fgg"W have scarcely recovered from
. the habitt of extravagant expenditure pro
duced ,by our overflowings Treasury,
'during ' several yeart prior to fne commence
' merit . of wy administratmt. ' ' BucKan-
Menage. ' -
' i Now this is hitting poor Pierce pretty
- hard. It will The, remembered that the
opponents of ' Pierce V administration
' charged him with extravagance and the
. Democracy denied it. . But here ,we have
.jMOld-Buck" charging the same thing
. '&yeryVjlearand decided terms. "Scarce
"Jy recovered from the habits of extrava
yaat expenditure." That's a good one.
"do'cloi ' Was employed by poor
"inan tottehd Lis wife, who was danger
ously j.ill" The doctor gave a hint that
httolA fears of not being paid. , ;
"! "hive thirty dollars," said the man
to the doctor, "and if you kill or . cure
yoihaJl havftthem.":;,-,, 7-o3 J.
4 Tfe woman died on the doctor s hands,
andf aftei reasonable time he called for
f The man asked the doctor, if he had
. '"No." . v';:- :
t 'Did Ydti cure herr
iF'',Thcn!'.' said the man. i'you have n
no
KXAaiiaiiwdBr'O teachers, v
The following questions were pro-
fpourd for wtitten answers" at the Ex-
aminationof Teachers field on the an
inst. .
GRAMMAR.
1. Define" the aceanoTpasBTvevoice
of verbs and give an example of each.
2. How many and what are the parte
of speech? Give a sentence containing
each. r. . .. . ; V ' - ! ." :
r, 3. Define the different kinds of nouns.
4. What is an intransitive. verb? Give
an exemple.
5. He worked for me several days.
Correct the sentence and jurse alLs '
6. What are auxiliary verbs? ' Name
hem,r ' - -
7. '1 : had rather be a 4og, and bay
the moon, than such a Roman." Correct
the sentence, and parse each word. r. -
8. He left the parcel at' Mr.v Cohen's,
the merchant's, store, just above the cor
ner.' Correct' the sentence and parse all
after store. . . . ...
fl. "John will earn his wages when his
service is completed. . vUorrect,tne sen
tence.
10. "He is the stroneest of the two,
but not the wisest Correct the sen-
tence. , . ;
" 1. What is Notation? " " -
;2.jIIow many, and what are the meth
ods of Notation
3. Explain the methods of subtracting
when the fiffnre in the subtrahend is
Greatest. On what Drincide do vou add
one to the next figure of the subtrahend?
4. " How many cubic yards ot excava
tion in a' cellar 2 yards long 12 feet wide
and 6 feet deep
5. Reduce 13 hours .and 30 minutes
to the decimal of a day.
- 6. A man left 5-14 of his estate to
A, of the remainder "to B, and the rest
to C. ; "A's; share was $1,300 more than
C's; what was the ishare of each?
7.'" Whit was the cost of an article,
whichV when sold for J14 .paid a profit
of 20 per cent?
8. 'A hank charged me $1,26 for dis
counting my note at 60 days, what was
the amount of she note, the rate per cent
being 6? C ' A?.-,ir "
'r&-"A and B honght a farm; A paid
$1,000 and-B $600; how many acres
should each receive? ,
10. A'cistern, is full off water, and
after 35 gallons are drawn-out It is f full;
how many gallons did it contain?
J. 1 Name the natural divisions of land
and give an example of each, . y,
2. Name the natural division ot water
and give an example of each.' S :; f
3. Into how many degrees, is every
circle divided? ' -
4. .In what Zones does North America
lie? ... .;'-:,-,AC;V-?
5. Nam& the six'' Grand Divisions of
the earth in the order of their size. ,
6. Name the political divisions of
North America, .,. ' : . ...
7. Of what does Danish America con-
sist? - ; ' '
8.' What sea between the West Indies
and South America?, i f v
9. Name the political divisions of
South America. : ': " "" - , : . ' ;
10. .Name , the., Jolitical divisions ot
urope.vfw3 ,-t: ;
COALFSlUiiE'ivHLL,
fTlHE SXJBSCRf BEE DESIRES TO INFORM
X the Wheat-gf owers of Meigs and adjoining
counties, that be! will give, in exchange for one
bushel of f good, clean?Wheati 42 poituds ef
Flour. j
r, Tenons wishijng large, lot of Flour made,
can have it manufactured at 40 cents per brL;
offal to go to the owner of the Wheat.
w rt WTT T T a tafw
'6: 30-tf .w
i
STATU -
UNI0I, LAW COLLEGE
- LOCATED AT CLEVELAND, O.'
Sessions commence on ihes 25th day of Au
gust, 16th, day of December and 7th day of
ApriL" Students-mar enter at any Term vun
equal profit The College is authorized to con
fer all degrees. Upon graduating, students re
ceive the degree of Bachelor of Laws, and may
be admitted to practice without further exami
nation,,., For circular, address v " .'
Dec. 6, ''69. 49-1 y M. A. KPfO. ,
BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY,
Front Street, Pomeroy O.
BREAD, CRACKERS, FANCY AND ORNA
mental Cakes, Candies, &c, at wholesale
and retaiL--- '. - . . . . v? . 1
crackers bt; the Barrel
constantly on hand, as low W in any other
market. . " . V
CANDIES, by the quantity; at 13 cents.'--,.
By purchasing Butter or Soda Ci'ackers at
my establishment, at reteitryou can save every
fifth pound, as I sell 4 pounds for 25 cents.
- ;2-6 : v' f GEO. ATKINSON.
IRAK S. D4RIXU - W. RATH1DRK.
DANIEL pATHBURN,
BANHIEnS,
.Ti ; BJ&fc teLOCK, Pomeroy, O.
Collections maJiaad,Emptlyremitted; Busi
ness papet discounted; buy and sell
Exchanger '-''Gold '-and Siiver
Coin, Uncurrent Money,
a?w if' Land Warrants, &c -; ":-
f :f OJfE I G N ' E x cjp A K a E I.
For ale in auras to suit, y We are prepared to
draw: direct on. London, Liverpool, Swansea,
Glasgow, ' Dublin, Belfast Paris,? Amsterdam,
Bade-Baden, and other cities in Europe. Also,
Australia. . " Z
joaey 1 i nheritancea collected in every part
of Europe. ' '
A Money received on deposit, and interest al
towedon time deposits, at rate agreed upon.
-Jan. 17.-2-3-ly - . .. . f n
w. b. Krxvm.
H. HtLLIT,
j C OL. THO. SMITH.
EXCEUIOn MAHBtE WORKS,
RACINE, MEIGS CO:, O.
Opposite the XT. S. Hotel, and two Doors
' jforth of Col. Smith's Store.
THE TJNDERSICNED WOULD RESPECT
fully inform the citixeus of Meigs and ad
joining counties, that they are now prepared to
furnish to order,
Monuments, Head-stones, Counter-Tops,
' : v Table-Tops, Mahtles; !
and everything in their line, of the most ap
proved styleand very Desi quamy oi
Foreign or American Marble.
Those withing to obtain GOOD WORK, of
this kind, at prices which cannot rail to suit,
will do well to give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere. We are resolved to give full satis
faction to all who may favor us with their pat-
ronatt, personally, or by order.
w , SKIRVIN, KELLET k SMITH,
Aug. 17-1-33-tf ' .
7 S a E OBOE HUTTEL,
Btercliant Tailor and Clothier.
fnBE old customers of this house will
JL please bear in mind that I am still
manufacturing clothing to order, in my.
new- Jbuilding, on Court street, 2 doors from
FronV. Pomeroy, : Ohio. My facilities for get
ting up' work is excellent, and I warrant it to
be made according to order.. ,
HEADY-MADE C LOTH IN Q .
Kept constantly on hand. Gents Furnishing
Goods, Cravats, Shirts, Collars, Gloves, &c., &c,
in good supply,' and I take pleasure in inform
ing my friends that I will shortly have an in
creased stock. -i
Thankful for your former liberal patronage,
I hope to be able to offer inducements for its
continuance.- ; GEO HUTTEL.
lU'E N I TTJRE ,U FURNITURE, FTJENITITEE,
FRONT STREET, HEAD OF STEAMBOAT LANDING,
Pomoroy, Ohio.
I HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM CINCINNATI WITn ONE OF THE
largest and best assortments of Furniture ever brought to this Market,' em
bracing many new styles, all of which is manufactured by the oldest and most
. j ur i : n:. : : . i . -r . ....
expenenceu niauuiatiurern iu viuciiinuu, ana is warranted to be as good, both in
style and workmanship, as any sold here or elsewhere. My stock consists, in
part, oi
40 doz. Chairs, .embracing many new and
beautiful styles;
Bedsteads of every description;
Dress and Plain Bureaus; 1
Mahogany, Walnut and Cherry stuffed
seated Chairs;
Sofas and Lounges;:
Elizabeth Chairs;
Rockine Chairs:- .
And many other articles not here enumerated, all of which will be sold at very
low prices, ' ; $
Coflins, of all sizes, kept constantly on
m. .aim .1 ,-i i t
- -Jinaniaui lor tue very imerai snare oi
ronasre heretofore bestowed, I hope, by.
attention to business, and LOW PRICES,
January 25, 1859. 4-ly
unv cooos, mtrs and efiys clothing,
, v HATS AND CAPS,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, &c,
MAVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED
Stock of Goods, adapted to the Winter Trade, (and which will be kept com
plete by frequent additions during the season,) I am prepared to offer to my
patrons, and the public at large, everything, as far as possible, necessary to con
stitute a full Stock in the above lines, and which will be sold for CASH or coun
try produce, on the most favorable terms.'
,. THE TAILORINGr BUSINESS
Will be conducted, as heretofore, under the supervision of N. M. M'GLOTHLIN,
assisted hy as competent workmen as any in the county. Everything in the way
of Making Cutting or Repairing, promptly attended to. '
THB PASHIONS FOR TSE SEASON
Will at all" times be found on hand, together with a full Stock of Cloths, Cassi
meres, Vestings, &c. , ' - . :
N. B. To those whom I have extended a short credit, and who are now disre
garding the moral ohligatio7h incurred to pay according to agreement, I wish to
say I will not hesitate to remind you, if necessary, in a forcible manner, that a
legal obligation was also incurred. Pomeroy, January 3, 1868.
XeIsLloir in Stoves,
REMOVED TO
m: iddlepor r i; , o
(Of which the above is a representation,) is warranted to burn the Gas and
Smoke, thereby - '. " ": t:
SAVING 504;PER CENT." OF FUEL.
' . ' . ' ' . . . ......
' "' ' They are from the celebrated Works of ' . : ' ' t'
A. BRADLEY, PITTSBURGH, PENN'A- I
... 0 " :'; ";" ' :' :
These Patent Gas-Burning Stoves do not choke np with soot and dirt as others
will, and have a stronger draft, and bake more quickly and evenly. : Another
great advantage these Patent Stoves have over all others is, that the Top Plates
being double and hollow, they will not warp nor become twisted, as all other Coal
stoves do, thereby saving expense and trouble. ; We claim for these hew Patent
StOVCS r.--,t ,'-,. '' . ' :1 ,'.
- Fir8ta great saving of Fuel. ' .
Second, A much quicker and hotter oven from the same fuel. '
Third, the preservation of Center Pieces.
Fourth, Cleanliness; as there is not one-half the dirt and soot that is found in
other Stoves. ' ' ' ,
Fifth, These Stoves all have a draught of cold air back of the Fire-Plates, which
will protect it from burning out so fast as in other Stoves. : ,
In addition to these celebrated Patent Gas and Smoke Burning Stoves, we have
a large assortment of the very best ,. ;
1 . " v such
LIVE OAK, VICTOR, OAK, AND MINNESOTA, HEATING STOVES
OF EVERY VARIETY, PARLOR AND FRANKLIN STOVES, ;'
; For Tinware and Stock we are unequalled, and -will sell low for;
CASH;,!!
1 Old Stoves taken Jn exchange for new. Also, Old Metal, Brass, Pewter, Cop
per, Rags, Beeswax, Old Silver, &e., always taken. Middleport, May 24, 1859, ,
REMOVAL.
'VOrSLtcli333.a3s.oi
II
AS REMOVED HIS JEWELRY
'Rnilrlincr immHiitW at. tntt H pnn
.Landing Koad, next door below Kemmgton s fttore, ana miorms
herewith, all) his customers and the public in general, that he
did, at the sametime, open his new Stock, comprising all the
latest patterns of ; '' . . ;
JEWELRY AND
Of every description, which he will sell at very reasonable prices, and he war
rants every article to be of the value represented. v -; - ' 1
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 vi.
WATCH, CLOCK AND 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.-
, ' i i '"-i
To all from whom he has received patronage, he returns cordial thanks, and
wishes for a continuance of the same. W. A. AICHER, Jeweler.
2-S-tf. At the head of Wharf:Boat Landing Road, Pomeroy, O.
AT - - -
. ,;: ..
What-nots; ;",7'
Plain and Fancy Stands;
Dining and Extension Tables;
Card and Center Tables;
Wright's Patent Spring Bed Bottoms;
Looking-Glasses, in great variety;
Looking-G lass Plates:
Gilt and Rosewood Mouldings for Pic-
X Tl o o
mre r rames, 3C, sc;
hand. M&ls&'
i aMpfej W!2Uw
pat-: iaffiTiS5SS
strict '
to merit a continuance of the same.
'
COOKSriG ST0T7SS,
as
RVPRSliraE.r'',!:
STORE TO A. BURNAP'S NEW
of the Whart-Uoat
FANCY ARTICLES,
mm
riff's pities;
r' '. BherUPa Bale. 1
Jacob Dains vt. Maria Haekiiu, Klla Haskim, and
Joel Haskiiis.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE TO
me directed, from the Court of Common
l'leas of Meigs County, I will offer for sale, at
the door of the Court House in Pomeroy, at 10
o'clock A.M.,
On tlie 4 th day o February, 18C0, '
the following described lands and tenements,
to wit situate in Meigs County, Ohio, in sec
tion 34, town 4, range 12, in the Ohio Compa
ny's Purchase, beginning at the south-east cor
ner of said section 34; thence west . 16 chains
and 47 links to an ash ten inches, in diameter;
thence north one degree east 10 chains and 91
links to a stake; thence north 5 degrees east
4 chains; thence north 61 degrees east 14 chains
and 11 links to the east side of said Bection;
thence south 18 chains and 43 links to the
place of beginning, containing 22 acres, 3 roods
and 8 rods; also a certain other tract, in section
83, in town 4, range 12, in the Ohio Company's
Purchase: Beginning 16 rods west of the north
east corner of said section 33; thence south 7
rods; thence west 8 rods; thence north 7 rods;
thence east to the place of beginning, and sold
as the property of Maria Haskins, Ella Has
kins, and Joel Haskins, at the suit of Jacob
Daina.. Appraised. at. $1,400. Terms of sale,
cash. . J. V. SMITH, S. M. C.
December 2, 1859. l-6t 4.50
Sheriff's Sale.
W'm. B. Shepherd vs. Aaron Rutherford.
BY VIRTUE OF TWO (2 EXECUTIONS
to me direeted, from the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs County, I will offer for Bale; at
the door of the Court House in Pomeroy, at 10
o'clock A; M:, ;
- ' On the 4lh day of February, 1 800, . ; :
the following described lands -and tenements,
tc-wit: beginning at the south-west corner of
section .86 in Columbiajtownship, Meigs County,
Ohio,; thence east 98 rods; thence south to the
center line of said section 36; thence west to
the west line of said section 36; : thence north
to the place of beginning, supposed to contain
100 acres, more or less, in town 9, and range
15, of the Ohio Company's Purchase, and sold
as the property of Aron Rutherford, at the
suit of William B. Shepherd. Appraised at
$1,000. Terms of sale, cash. .
J. V. SMITH, S. M. C.
Dec. 30, 1859. l-5t S3.00
Sheriff's Sale.
Jonas Roush vs. Lewis Ruflcorn, Henrv Wolf et al.
Bir VIRTUE OF A 2D EXECUTION TO
me directed, from the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs County, I will offer for sale, on
the farm of Lewis Ruffcorn, in Sutton township,
Meigs County, Ohio, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
On the 16th day of January, 1860,
the following described property, to-wit:. one
sorrel Horse, one gray Mare, one set Harness,
two Hogs, two Log Chains, one Rifle Gun, two
Shovel Plows, two Barshear Plows, one two-horse
Wagon, one Cow, one spring Calf and twenty
shocks of Corn, and sold as the property of
Lewis Ruffcorn and Henry Wolf et al., at the
suit of James Roush. Terms of sale, cash.
J. V. SMITH, S. M. C
December 29, 1859. 2w 2.00 ,
Sheriff's Sale. i
. Isaac Saul vs. F. W. S tevens and riobert Hysell.
BY VIRTUE. OF .AN ORDER OF SALE TO
me directed, I will offer for sale, at the door
of the Court House in Pomeroy, at 11 o'clock
A. M,
On the 4th day of February, i860, !
the following described lands and tenements,
to-wit: Lot No. 182, with the buildings thereon,
situate in the town ot Pomeroy, Meigs County,
Ohio, and Sold as the property of F. W. Stevens
and Robert Hysell, at the suit of Isaac Saul..
Appraised at $4,000. Terms of sale, cash.
J. V.SMITH, S.M.C.
Dec. 30, '59.1-6U-1.50
Sheriff's Sale.
John McKinsy, Executor of James B. Tsaccs dee'd,
vs. B. B. Gfblra. -
BY VIRTUE OF A 2D EXECUTION TO ME
directed, from the Court of Common Pleas
of Meigs County, I will offer for sale, at 2
o'clock P. M, ; , , .
On the 16th day of January, 1800,
on the farm of Burris B. Gibbs, in Sutton town
ship, Meigs County, Ohio, ihe following de
scribed property, to-wit: one bay Gelding and
one yoke of black Work Cattle, and sold as the
property of B. B: Gibbs,. at the suit of John
McKinsey, Executor of James B. Isaacs. Terms
of aate; ash. r -- 3. V; SMITH,- S. I. Or
December 29, 1859. l-5t 1.00
Sheriff's Sale ': : ..
Reuben Gillilan vs. Freedom W. Stevens.
BY virtue of an Order of sale to me directed
from the Court of Common Fleas of Meigs
Coanty, I will offer for sale at the door of the
Court House in Pomeroy, nt 12 o'clock, noon,
. On the XQth day of February, I860, . .
the following described lands and tenements,
to-wit The southerly half of lot No. one hun
dred eighty-ooe-(181), in the Town of Pomeroy,
Meigs county, and sold as the property of Free
dom W.' Stevens, at the suit of Reuben Gillilan.
Appraised at $600.00. Terms of sale, cash.
J.J. WHITE, S.M.C.
Jan. 6, 1 860. 2-5t. 1 .50
Sheriff's Sale.
Christopher Kepler vs. the heirs of Joase Stafford,
BY virtue of an order of sale to ine directed
from the Court of Common Tleas of Meigs
county, I will offer for sale at tlie door of the
Court House in Pomeroy, at 10 o'clock A. M,
On the IQlh day of February, 1860,
the following described ' lands and tenements,
to-wit: situate in the town of Pomeroy, in said
county of Meigs, the undivided half of lot No.
220, and all that part of lot No. 221 not con
veyed by the deed of Daniel Shaw to Elihu
Thompson, and sold as the property of the heirs
of Jesse Stafford, dee'd, at the suit of Christo
pher Kepler. Appraised at $900.00. Terms of
sale, cash. . J. J. WHITE, S. M. C.
Jan. 7, I860. 2-5t 2.00 '
NOTICE.
HOMER CROSBY, OF MASON COUNTY,
in the State of Virginia, will take notice,
that Martin Rodenheber did, on tlie 8th day of
June, 1869, file his petition in the Court of
Common Pleas, within and for the County of
Meigs, and State of Ohio, against the said Ho
mer Crosby, and Peter Crosby and George
Stivers, defendants, setting forth that the said
Homer and Peter Crosby, on the 10th day of
October, 1856, made and delivered their prom
issory note of that date to the said George Sti
vers for $300, payable on the' first day of
March, 1858, with interest at ten per cent., on
which note there was due and unpaid on the
28th day of June, 1858, the sum of $221 25; and
that the said Homer and Peter Crosby, on. the
15th day of November, 1856, made and deliv
ered to the said George : Stivers, their other
promissory note of .said last named date, for
the sum of $250, payable on the first day of
March, 1859; and that the said Homer and Pe
ter Crosby, to secure the payment of said notes,
did, on the 9th day of February, 1857, execute
and deliver to the said George Stivers a mort
gave on certain real estate, situate in the town
of Pomeroy, as described in said mortgage as
the lands, houses and shops owned and occu
pied by said : Homer and Peter Crosby, and
conveyed to them by John S. Davis and Samuel
Morton, by ; deed, dated February 9th, 1857;
and that the said George Stivers, for a full con
sideration, did, on the 5th day of May, 1857,
assign and deliver said notes and mortgage to
the said plaintiff, and praying that the said
Homer and Peter Crosby may pay said sum
nowclaimed to be due, amounting to $471 25,
with interest on $250 thereof from the 15th day
of November, 1856, at 8 per cent., and on
$221 25 from the 28th day of June, 1858, at 10
percent.; or, that said premises may be sold
to pay the same, and the said Homer Crosby
is hereby notified that he is required to appear
and answer said petition on' or before the third
Saturday after the 14th day of February, 1860.
T. A. PLANTS,
Dec. 27, '59. 52-6t. Att'y for Plaintiff. '
Notice.
JOHN KARR, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE
Estate of Simon Dolan, dee'd, has deposited
with the Treasurer of Meigs County, hftecn
dollars and fifteen cents, that being the amount
required by law. to redeeeav eighty - acres ef
land, in N. W. part of 128 A., south and east
of 166 A. lot, in sec. 14, r. 8, K. li; sow Janu
ary 10, 1859, for the taxes and penalty thereon,
in the name of Simon Dolan, and purchased by
James Wells. AARON STIVERS, A. M. C.
Pomeroy, Dec. 29, '59. l-3t
LUMBER FOR SALE.
A CHOICE AND LARGE LOT Or . W ELlr
geasoned riNE AND HEMLOCK LUMBER
for sale on reasonable terms. Those wishing
to purchase are invited to call and examine for
themselves, inquire in romeroy, oi
March 15, '59. y A. E. MURDOCK.
GREAT VA K1ETY.
AHYTHIKG from a "Nutmeg to a Barrel of Flour"
can be procnrcdtH. Frank's establishment, on
Front Street, a few doors below Court, romeroy, O
r o.7.y ' S. 8. SILVERMAN, Ag'l.
MANHATTAN A
FIRE INSURANCE COMfANY,
Incorporated 1821. No. 68 Wall Stree'i N-
Cash capital and surplus, $400,000. ; ' , "
WM. PITT PALMES t.-1
Andrew J. Smith, Scc'y. '
. ;.' :,-ruW -j ;
IRVING FIRE INSURANCE XJO-,
No. 9 Wall St, N. Y. Cash capital aaJ aoi-plus,
$255,000. MASON THOMPSON, Pres't
MxaTiw L. Cuowell, Sec'y. ; '
HUMBOLDT FIRlTlNSURANci cO., ''
No. 10 Wall St., Y. N. Cash capital nd "a
plus, $242,000. - JOHN RANKIN; Pres't. .
Wm. Mulligan, Sec'y.
LORII.LARD FIRE INSURANCfi CO.,
No. 31 Wall St, N. Y. Cash capital a Br
plus, $264,000. CARLISLE NORWOOD Pres.
Geo. D. Grjlry, Sec'y. : ; .
.The above Companies, with unimpaired Cap
iUls, and additional cash surplus, comprise
near $1,200,000. The undersigned being sole
agent for this County, is prepared to Insure on
dwellings and their furniture, merchandize
buildings, and. other property, at as low rates
as other Companies, equally responsible. 1
: ALL LOSSES will be promptly adjusted and
noid. Persons desirintt insurance are solicited
to call on me before procuring a policy else
where. -JAMES RALSTON, Agent,
romeroy, Dec. 6, 1859. 49-Gm V
GUARD. AGAINST FALL AND WINTER HKKS!
Choioe Insura&oe
' WITH TUB ,
Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual
CASH CAPITAL! $1,000,006,
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. .
NET SURPLUS OF 8942,181.72,
And the prestige of 4(1 years success and experience.
Upward of 912,000, GOO of losses have been paid by
the j$)tna Insurance Company in tha past 40 years.
The value of reliable Insurance will be apparent
from the following
LOSSES PAID, BY THE JETNA
DURING THE PAST FIV TEARS!
In Ohio, - - $431,520 P3 In Michigan, -$158,043 l
In Wisconsin, 1(M,!55 07 In Indiana, - 146,8 l
In Kentucky, - 204,039 40 In Illinois, - -. 448,327 41
Missouri, -. - - 3P4.518 04 Tennessee, - - 97,549 2!
Iowa At Minn., 101.399 4C Kansas & Neb.. 19,945 77
Fenn. fc Va., - 31495 P2 Ark. & Ga., - 23.945 09
Mississippi ana Alabama, - - - $52,412 18
" Fire and Inland Navigation Risks accepted at
terms consistent with solvency and profit.
Kspecial attention eiyen to Insurance of DWELL
INGS and contents, for terms of 1 to 5 years. '
The solid service Ioiir and successfully tried, and
the many advantages the jEtna Insurance Company
unsscssus in its line, should no', be overlooked bv
those ready to insure and understanding their best
interests.
During "stringent tlmes'Mhe necessity for reliable
Insurance becomes an imperative duty the ability
of property owners to sustain loss being tben much
lessened.
Agencies in all the principal cities aid towns
throughout ine Mate, roll vies issueu without delay,
by auy of the duly authorized Ag nts of the Company
. lr7Kuunes attended to with despatch and fidel
ity. OREN BRANCH, Agent,
Sept. 20.-38.3m. Pomerov, O.
(gduratioiml.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE,
HARTFORD CITY, MASON CO.. VA. :
This Institute has been successfully commenced
undirth patrniage of the Hartford City Coal,
M ining & Manufacturing Company, for the benefit
of Farmers' and Mechanics' sons and daughters,
where they may receive the advantages of a superior
EDUCATION to what has hitherto been offered them
in Common Schools, at charges sunVierKlf low for
ail to morace a complete Acaaemirai Eaucniiorrr
It is now entering on its second sasion; and is de
lightfully situated on a gently si opine sandy emi
nence, overlooking tli? river Ohio.and only a short
distance from the Steamboat Landing. The School
Room and Teacher's Residence it held in that spa
cious building formerly known as the Brethren
Church.
The room contains 2,000 sqare feet, and Is replete
with every suitable convenience.
The heating and lighting apparatus Is perfect;
having four large stoves, and 28(1 feet of window
light, and being elected 16 feet above the road
way, making it the most desirable, healthy situation
imaginable.
Thero is also a Liorary snd Reading Department
attached, for the use of stuilunts, containing many
excellent standard works, with monthly and weekly
periodicals, to suit the desire of all paities,and it is
intended hereafter, to add a Piano Forte, for the
Ladies, as an accompaniment to the City Brass Band,
now in full operation everj evening.
Tlx- School Is conducted by the Principal, aided by
Asstant. male anil female. . . .
The male impilsare taught ever' branch of learn
ing necessarv for their future advantaee, making
them capable or entering on all such duties as may
hereafter offer for their weal.
Thu feuialerrlenartment are also taught everv nee
essary accomplishment, with plain and fancy needle
work in addition to a sound scholastic course.
Honrs of attendance, 9 to 12, audi to 5, for youth,
and ui to . lor annus.
'I husniay the children of the above receive as lib
oral anediicatiOnasinuristocratic institutions, whose
chances exclude man; n naturally talented child
from obtaining the assistance necessary to develop
us intellect.
Pupils charged only from time of entrance. ;
Terms persession of 3 months, $2.50 each.
A limited nuuibe r of boarders are taken at a small
choree
. References may be bad to parents, of pnpils, either
in unto, west t oiuinnn, mason city or tins ptice,
on application to the Principal, at the Institute.
SAMUEL B. SAUNDERS, Preceptor.
oa.-4.-4.o-tf. i : . ...
MOUNT AUBURN
YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE
THIS Select Seminary, situated in the beautiful
and healthy suburb of Cincinnati, called Mount
Auburn, claims equal standing with the most ap
proved Schools in the Eastern States.
The pnpils form a part of thr family of the Princi
pal, and the charges are placed at the lowest rates
consistent with the superiority of the domestic ar
rangements and style of the Institution.
The course of education reaches the highest
branches usual in the best Female Seminaries.
There are two sessions of about twenty-one weeks
each. - - -
The charge -for board, lodging, light, washing,
English, scientific and classical branches, is $151 per
session.
Music, singing, painting and Modern Languages at
customary rates.
' Being within a few minutes' ride from Fourth
Street, by omnibus leaving every half hour, this
school affords peculiar facilities to families residing
on the river, i .
For the success of the Institute, In accomplishing
its aims, reference is made with great contlJenoe to
its patrons. " '
The next session will open on Tuesday, the 13th
of September, 1859.
Applications may be made to Rev. E. A. CRAW
LEY, D. D.'.Moum Anburn;ortoJ. H. WHITE, Esq.,
at Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.'s, Cincinnati.
Reference is also made (with permission) to Hon.
V. B. Horton, and Charles Pomeroy, Esq., Pomeroy,
Ohio. August 31, 185a 3fi-3t
I R O N; FENCING
AND "" .'. '" .' ',
3? 0 31 T I O O 33 J3
CAN BE PROCURED IN IRONTON AT
as low prices, in as great variety,, and of as
good material as any place in the West. .
. T. S. KIRKER, Ironton, Ohio.'
Nov. 15, '59. 46-ly , . . .. ; : ; , .
Marietta & Cin. and Hillsboro: & Cin. R. R.
ON and after Monday, Nov. 4, trains will leave
Athens as follows: ;
Going East Express Mall at - " -" 5:20 p.m.
Goinq West Mail at i .- : .- 11:30 p.m.
Express mail east and make, rloie connections at
Parkersburg with the trains of Ike Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad, and at Cincinnati with trains for all
pnintsAVest. -
Trains leave Chillicothe at 6:15 a. m., and' arrive
at Columbusat 2:40 p. h.; and triina leaving Athena
at 11:30 arrive at Columbus at 9:10 p. m.
Tickeaaat reduced rates are sold at Chillicothe
and Athens, for Columbus. '
1'hrough tickets can be obtaintd at the principal
ticket offices on the line of the Koad for all points
east and west.- '
A discount of ten cents on each ticket from regu
lar tariff rates will be made ontl tickets purchased
at the ticket offices. i B. GAThS. Sup't.-
J. Foeei-rr, Gen'l Tioket A tt. . Chil. Nov. 4,59.
CHAS. BICHMANN. AMDREW BUEKEKT.
BICHMANN fc BURKERT.
NO HUMBUG!
"Small Profits arid Quick Sales,
18 THE SfOTTO AT
Heed's Old JStA.xi.cl,
"''' Frfnt Street, Pomeroy, O.
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A '
good assortment of Gold and Silver:
Watches; German, Fipnoh and Amcricun Jew
elry; Fancy Articles; Clocks from 2.00 to 12.00,
of every size and description. j
Repairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, !
done in the best mamer, promptly. 2-1 c i
WHEELiElt & WILSON'S
- - ' h - i'i r, " ' i'fjir'i it
l .
SEWING
AT
New York Prices.
THE ELEGANCE, SPEED, NOISELESS
ness nd simplicity . of the Machine; the
beauty and strength of stitch being alike on
both sides, impossible to ravel, and leaving no
ridge on the under side, economy of thread and
adaptability to the thickest or thinnest of fab
rics, has rendered this the most popular Family
Sewing Machine in use. . , .
Printed instructions ' accompanying ' each
Machine, to .enable purchasers to' sew. ordi
nary seams stitch, felt, quilt, gather, tuck
and bind: also, to keen tbe Machine in order.
: Each Machine is warranted for three years.
For Further particulars apply to the under
signed agent. C. Ji DUJN.W AaJjI.
Pomeroy November, '59. tt '
LOTS FOB SALE.
ON SUGAR RUN, NAYLOR S RUN, A5D
Carr's Run. , Application to' be made to
M. HecKara, f.sq., i'omeroy.
' Aug. 16, 33-tf 8. W. POMEROY.
REMINGTON HOUSE.
F. B.
ltlHELDA RFER,
Proprietor,
At the
head of Steamboat Landing,
'Front Street, Pomeroy, "Ohio..
A. SEEB OHM, -
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
TVEALER IN OILS, PAINTS, .BRUSHES,
J Varnishes, Dyestuffa, Perfumery,
and Fancy Articles, ' ." ' "
' Front Street, Pomeroy Ohio. -
Prescriptions carefully put np, Jan, 9A-2-2.
Pomeroy Boiling Mill Company,
T7"EEP CONSTANTLY ON tIANT) AND
manufacture to order, all kinds and sines
of flat, round and square iron of superior qual
ity, which they ofifer, wholesale and retail, at
current rates. ' Also, American and Swede nail
rods, steel and iron plow-wings, cast and shear
steel, wagon boxes, be rap iron and kidney
ore taken in exchange. " :
13-ly , , i, ; L. A. OSTROM, Sup't
VALLEY HOUSE,
' chillicothe; OHIO.
THIS ia the largest and best arranged Hotel in
Chillicothe, is located on Paint street, onnosita
the Conrt-Honse, and lu the very center of the bu
siness nan oi tne city.
The House has undergone a- thorough repair and
cleaning from cellar to garret, and now presents an
appearance seeona to no tiotet in tne western wertu.
The sleeping rooms are large and well ventilated,
and suites of rooms are well arranged for families
and large parties. .
The Proprietors will spare no pains to make the
Valley House a favorite place of resort.
June 21. 24-Iv FOGfalTT & MOO HE, Propr'a.
, p:cronliIc.
tUY GOODS & CARPET STOKE.
jonN snimT() & co.
i . No's 101, 103 and 105 West Fourth Street, .
CINCINNATI, 0.,
lniponerjs ot-
Pnj'goois (Sarpcitnfl,
Respectfully inform their customers and purchasers
generally that they are now opening an ex
tensive and complete aasertment of ,. : , -
T)vy C3rood.s
ELOOROIL-CLOTHS, &C
Families. Hotel Keepers, Steamboat owners and
all others may depend upou finding the best class of
tods,at prices as low as they, can be purchased iu
the Eastern cities. ' Sept. 27.- 33-flrn.
ALFRED, NESMITH,
(Late of the Firm of Stevenson, Bowen & NeenjithJ
HOW WITH
M. WILLIAMSON, '& CO.
Wholesale Dealers and Jobbers in '
DRY GOODS,
. 425 Market & 414 Commerce Sts. t-..
M.. WILLIAMSON,
Bet. 4th & 5th North side
Philadelphia.
O. a. WILSUNr
S. M. A3DERS0N,
H. C. POTTER, .'
March 1, '59.,-
1859. ; ; .. .:; 1859.
; November Purchases. .
:j. r towell, :
JOBBER , OF. , DRY G O O D SI .
Hats, Caps,' Millinery Goods and Notions,
PORTSMOUTH, Oi
I HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER IMMENSE
Stock f Seasonable Goods, to which I invite
the' inspection of Merchants. . v
My purchases have- been very heary during
the last few weeks,' and I am enabled to offer
many styles of goods at- lower prices than
heretofore. Merchants doing business within
convenient distance of Portsmouth, aud yet
purchasing in other markets, will 'save time
and money by examining my stock and prices.
. J. F. TOW ELL.
Portsmouth, O, .November 26, '59. 3-1 tf :
CHINA , a LAS S
,r ' ; , j AND -,.
QUEERS W AB E .
WE invite the attention ofbuyers, to our large and
well assorted stock of Ware now on hand, to
WUHH mr win receive aaauions during tne spring.
We have no hesitancy in saying that we will, and
do sell, good styles and qualities of ware lower than
thev are said in any other Western market.
All orders carefully selected and well packed.; We
ow... mu Duunumiua oi our Sloes.
- ,t ;ii lPDKSELL A GORDON,
13-ly. Front street, Portsmouth, O
'iEtedtat.
HOWARD ASSOCIA'F.
PHILADELPHIA. f
A "Benevolent Institution, established by spe
cial Endowment, for the Relief of the '
-. ; Sick and Distressed, afflicted t. -
, with Virulent and Ep- ..
' " idemic Diseases. 1 : -
rnHE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, In view or the
-L awful dsstruction of human life, caused by Sex
ual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the
unfortunate victims of such diseaser by Quacks,
several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon,
as a CHARITABLE 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 GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a
description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits
of life, dec) and in eases of extreme poverty, to
fuk.mmi MtulCIHES fKcaur una itb. it rs
needless to add that the Association commands the
highest Medical skill of the age, and will furnish the
most approved mortern treatnieut. -
ine inrectors of the Association, in tneir Annual
Report upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, for the
year endiuc Januarv 1st. 1848. express the hirhnsl
satisfaction with the snccess which hap attended the
labors of the Consulting Surgeon in tbe cure of Spor
matorrbrea.Seaiinal weakness. Impotence, Gonor
rhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, tbe vice or Onanism or Self
abuse, Ac. and order a contiuuaucfc of the same plan
for the ensuing year.
The Directors, - .n a review of the past, feel assured
that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort
bare been of treat benefit to tbe afflicted, especially
to the vouuar. and they have resolved to devote them
selves, with renewed zeal, to this very important and
much aespisea cause. .
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Sem
inal Weakness, the vice of Onanism,. Masturbation,
or S lf-ai'use, and other diseasesof the sexual organs,
by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sent by mail (la
a sealed envelope), FREE OF CHARGE, on receipt
of TWif STAMPS for postaee. Other Report and
Tracts of the nature aud treatment of sexual disesses,
diet, &c, are constantly being published for gratuit
ous distribution, and will be sent to the afflicted.
Some of tht- new remldiea and methods of treatment
discovered during the last year, are of great value.
Address, for Kfport or treatment. Dr. J. : KiLLIN
H01.GH1OX. Acting Surgeon, Howard Associa
tion, No. t South XiMh Street. Philadelphia, Pa..
Bv order of tlie Director.
. EZRA D. HEAHTWELL. President
Gko. FAHtoii lp, Secretary. 3d--t-novl5
machine:
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. . - - .. . . Bii.T.'aoaa. Jan. S3, 188.
WOOD'S HAIR REM'OKATIVE.
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' Brookfield,' January 12, 185P.
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LARS FOR FEIT. Three Kminewt Pbyatcian la con
stant attendance. - - - -
The faculty of the instllotioa,rruttstlng of
PROF. EGBERT JACKSON, ... . .. ,
Member or the Roval College of Surgeons, London.
DR. ROBERT HERBERT, ' . -,. .
Late of Phil ., a member of the Society of Friend, and
M.EUGENE V7LPEAU.
Late of tbe London and Pari Hospitals;
Guarantee under a Penalty of s)5000, a complete
enre of every Sexual Disease, however aggravated
bv nerlect. and - ..... . ,? . i.. i . . , -
wimeui lriercury.
Gonorrhea. Svnhilis.Self-abli8e. Imnotenee. 'Whites
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Female Irregularities, Barrenness, Liver Complaint,
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A book of 250 pirns, rbntaiiis tbe substance of all
AttUffvnovn 4n relation te aecre aiaeaaaaarw.y.
gather with tbe experienceof the famlij of tbe Dis
pensary, acquired in the. 'treat aieatl of more than
aO.OOU case. . Priee 23 cents. . , - . .-
Da. Jrasoas Femalc Modtslt Pill,' Inraulable
In female irregularities, but not advisable to be used
during pregnancy, lest they should mar the hope of
offspring. Used in the Doctor's private practice for
34 years. Price (I forwarded by mail. .
Da. JtcKsoa's Putrmisi, Par. vain vz, is tha only
article in the world that without inconvenience or
danger will infallibly prevent conception, Tbmit-
.1 t ; i .1 ; .... . r i . I . . . n i :i .1 .
cept at the hazard of life have had reason to be
thankful for this Invention.- It resembles no- othet
Kreventive in use and is superior to all. . Forwded
y mail to any addreea.
M. VLrrr's Burnmm Powdcr, promote tbe
health of the skin, while It Impart to the complexion
an exquisite bloom and transparency, which may be
fimlonged by its ase to the latest period of life. As
t keeps the skin soft and elastic and invigorates the.
circulation, it effectually prevents the formation of
wrinkles, blotches, freckles, pimples, wen, etc., etc.
PriKA 11 n.v.hAv. Mill hv,nnll. . . "
Every letter must contain a (tamp to he need for re
ply. Address, lrs. Jackson. Herbert & C., or sim
ply P. O. Box 1618, Cincinnati, Ohio. Office, North
West Corner Sycamore and Fourth Streets.
2-3H 6m. .. .! i- ; ;;j .-V-'J-rV: 'l
The Great Ambassador
Health to all Mankind.
of
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HOLLpWAW OINTMENT. -(
The free admissions of all Natl' ns, as well a the
verdict of the leading Hospful of tbe Old as well as
the New World, stamp thia powerful remedial Agent
aathe greatest healing preparation ever made known
to suffering man. Its preventive qualities are mora
than marvellous, through the external orifice of the
akin, invisible to tbe naked eve, it reaches the -at of
the internal disease; and in ail external affections iu
anti-inflammatory and healing virtues surpaa any
thing else on record, and is Nature's great ally.-
. ERYSIPELAS AND 'sAXT B.HKTTM '' ."'
Are two of the most common and virnlent disorder
prevalent ea this continent, ta these the Ointment ia
especially antagonistic, its "modus operandi" Is first
to eradicate the venom and then complete tha cure.
BAD LEGS, OLD SOSES AND -TJLCEB8. ':
Cases of many year standing that have pertina
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or treat
ment, have invariable succumbed to a few applica
tions of this powerful urguent. , ......
r ' ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN.
' Arising from a liad' state of the blood or chronic
disease are eradicated, and a clear and transparent
surface regained by the. restorative actios of this
Ointment. It surpasses many of the cosmetic and
other toilet appliances in ita power to dispel rashes
and other disfigurements ef the face.
r PILES AND FISTULA.' !";
Kvery form and 'jeaturo' of these prevalent and
stubborn disorders is eradicated locally and .entirely
by the use of this emolient; warm- fomentation
should precede its application. Its healing qualities
will Km fnitnil tit Iw, thnmnrii .nil tnv.nttitablA- ' '
Holloucay's Pills are the best remedy Jcnoicn
in the world for the following diseases?
Bunions, Murcurial Erup- Swelled Gland, Sprain
Bums, - . Won,
Sore Leg.
Stiff -
Chapped Pile, .
Handa, ' Rheumatism,
Chilblain Ringworm,
Fistula, Salt Rheum,
Gout. Scalds.
Sot Breast
Sore Hearts, . -Sore
Throats,'
Sores of all
Joint:
Tetter,
' Ulcer,.
Venereal
kinds.
Sores,
Lonibago,Skin Disease,
- . Wounds of all kinds.
-Caution! None are arenuine unless tbe words
Hollowa , New York and London," are discerns ble
as a Va ter-mark tn every leaf of the book of direc
tions around each not or box: the same may be um
by holding the leaf to the light. A handsome reward
will be given to any one rendering such Information
as may lead to tbe detection of any party o parties,
counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same,!
knowing tbem to be spurious.
, Sold at therMnuufactories of Prof. Hollowav.
R0 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respectable
Druggist ana Dealers tn memetne throughout the.
United States and the civilized world, in pot at $5.
cents, 63 cents and one dollar each.
- Tt PTh.m t- -Ai..ilMhlA Mvlna.1w l.Vh.. . L
larger sixes. - - . , .-
N. B. Directions for the gnldance of DatvanU In
every dlsordei are affixed to each pot. " 6-eow-ly.
. JOHN ELBE N,' M. D.,
HOMffiOPATHIST, AND HYDROPATUIST,
tenders his professional services to the.
citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity. - , ...
OFFICE, m John Geyer's Building, (tor-
merly Jacob Neitsling's,) on Sycamore street
nearly opposite Lowry's Tin Shop, Pomeroy, O.,
Office Hours Till 9 o'clock A. M4 ftom 1
to 3 o'clock, and from 7 to 8 o'clock P. M
Gffice Prescnptions, from 25 cents upward.
for cash. June 2 ,'57. tf' -
200,000 Shingles
FOR S A Xj35S '
THE UNDERSIGNED has on hand a large lot o
Shaved Pine Shingles, which be will sell at
REDUCED PRICKS.
Theao shingles are of good quality, and purchasers
will find them t give satisfaction wherever used.
Doors and Sash, of all sixes, constantly on hin-i. at
redueed prices. For further particulars inquire of
. J. mijsi inv,
48-tf A DavU' Plauing Mill, Pomeroy,

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