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t W&. What 4 the different between a crockery "dealer and V'caT)Tnet"vinaicr? One sells tea-sets and the other settees. K&.la .England our Common mulkm it cultivated in' po, and called the "American Telvet plast,", . X,''- ' 6Sphio has taow colleges In it at the presen,t time than. ay other State ia the ynion.;; ? ... ' ,.,,.. ''"V, MS-To make a lady stick outlier fin pei, rfiit 6rt the aforesaid digit I diamond ring? Tb-nake hef itick oui hef ye8; how her a silk dress. To make her stick aottt.-all werr give.her s crinoline. 4rThe" nta,-wh thought hei cOuld learn to makti a pair of boots by swallow ing 'sherry cobblers,' has just issued a work in which he attempts 1o prove that by eating 5;1hopfl!!cybu, will acouire a knowledge of waltzing. Queer old cus tomer. "' ; ' " ' . ' . . .! ii-s .: , . . .. .. j A Javenile Pwn; . A little five-year older1 being shown an almanac a few days since, having on the outside a vignette, representing a drove of cattle, was asked what kind of a book it was? Why replied he quickly, ''I would ' call it' a cattle Icgite!" Pro gressive Age. ' . - t. There h dew in one flower aud not in another, because one open its cups and takes it in, ' while ilic ; other ; closes itself, and the, drop runs off. Godrains oodaeds! andT mercy as "wide spread as he "dew, and if we lack them, it is be nse we will cot ttpen Our hearts to re- teive them. '- : ? '-' ' ' " " ' ' ' .: ; - Good iuien art like stara--the planets f the age, wherein they live, and illus trate the times.' : God did never let them b wanting in the world; aft Abel for an example of Jnnboencc; Enoch of purity; Noah of trust in God's mercies; ,Abra hm &f faitKVutld of the 'rest:. Ben. "JbKuioH.-'' - ... v . ;, , . ' - i" ! cKiekeiy4r'i if,v;;; " " "Toujrlt,,-. madarn, tough, did you say?" .aid,the ir'ascibl iioarder.to the landlady, as he was trying to carve what was ostensibly a chicken--i' Yes'm; and wcre;Ito give my ppinion on the fowl, I should saj it was old. enough , to bave scratched up ' the seeds of original sin when they were first planted.??.. U,.; ''Tt3f A ;euntry paper once' said:' E. ;B.' Doolittle is in the habit of stealing pigs and robbing hen-roosts. If he does -not desist, we, will publish lis ' name." This jis equal to the, minister at a camp meeting who said;' ''If the lady with the blue hat, red hair, and cross eyes, doesn't top talking, she will be pointed out. to the congregation. 1. All the coffee- grown in the West Indies has sprung from two plants, taken thither in 1726,, hy a French bota nist, from the botanic 'gardens of Paris. On the voyage the supply of fresh water "tecamo nearly exhausted, but so anxious was the Frenchman to preserve the plants that he deprived himself of his allowance in order to water them. " Onsl Fleece rWnl. tT.e two' great ceeces of wool, '-.the finest ' and heaviest yet recorded, were those we had the plea sure 'and satisfac tion- to exhibit - for', the t owners . at the State -Fair at, Sacramento,; and at. the . Alameda Countv Fair, at Oakland. Af,bo$H plfM C"$y attracted greatnb ftice. The fleece of the buck "Grizzly," from Flint; Bixby & Co., ;San Juan, ' weighed 42 pounds, and was'o'frsuperior rtylo and fineness, and was esteemed the Lest1 fleece shorn. The fleece of Twick "Sampson,", from John Scarlcs, Esq., of ,attuan,waSiJaJpounus, and very su perior, equal in quality and fineness to jiny ever shwnv-j-Califom idjwer'. "On a recent Sabbath morning a stran ger visited one of our fashionablo built churchc?, 'Jfor'thJ i purpose " of: worshipj and on asking the sexton for a seat, he repliedforgetting .St. ..Paul's instruc tions to "be courteous" "We have jplenty of seats to let, sir!" The sexton, otwithstanding his curt answer, conde cceaded to show the stranger to. a seat. 1 At the eloBe of the services, the gentle man inquired for the treasurer -of the 'iociety, and ascertaining the' price for oncVyear, he quietly handed him the amount, with the request that the seat might be "reserved for strangeriMGam- i hriifffei Chrou kfc Ortemtal Wandering Arl Gratitude f - . ii.i- Thel.lgkt of the Harem. . Purine a. successfur medical career of T,rm6reL than twenty years, in the' course of which ne has visited every quarter of the globe, it may well be supposed that Professor Holloway has been the recin- ient of ,many distinguished marks of honor and conhdence -r As the originator . of a system of treatment which has swept over the world with a force and rapidity that, in this enlightened age, are the " prerogatives of Truth, his fame ev.ery ' where preceded him,... Even in traversing Arabia, some--yeara ago, he found that his name and discoveries were well known to the Sheiks of the' various tribes, and deputations of Arabs met him'at various points of his journey, soliciting the great 'Hakim,'' (their name forphysician) to visit their tents and "administer to the sick. ' At every encampment he was re ' reived with most profoand respect,which ' ' deepened into absolute reverence . as the- effect ot his wonaermi remedies was wit nessed by jthese children of the wilder ness, ; Some of Jris adventures among them were quit of a romantic cask One of their cheifs, a majestic old Bed- - ouin, whose fivorite daughter had been for years aflected with ' a scorbutic dis ease, was scarried away with rapture at , her recovery under Professor Holloway's I hands, nat, in ,a," burst of gratitude, he offered him half his flocks and herds, if he wfula remain with the tribe and be ,rhile visiting Constantinople, on his a favorite adaUsqe in the imperial Viritrt-'whi had been Tironoimcod itinn- rable by the Xurkisn doctors. She ws , a Circassian slave of surpassing beauty, ' and realized in her form and face the dc Bcription of 4Y6iin'g Nottrmaher' aa de ' scribed in Lalla Kookh. Her disease was dyspepsia, aggravated; no doubt, by the annui, created by a sequestered and monotonous life. , Within a month, how ver,' Professor - Holloway 's great medi- . cines, with: the aid of daily exercise in ' the gardens of the Seraglio, accomplished ' ' a complete cure, and he subsequently re - ecived an autograph letter from the Sul tan," thanking him in the warmest terms, for restoring to health' the "Light of his Harem' t No 'sooner was the news of this curenoised through Constantinople, than the-lddgings the f Great Frank Physician?"' were literally . besieged , by r dyspeptic Pashas and bilious Beys, and from the period of his departure to the present time, the demand upon his agents in Constantino pie" for the remedies that ' Lear his name has continually increased. Dr. Living$ton'i "Travel." HOCSE; COMMITTEES. The following are the Committees of the House of Representatives. It will , be seen that Ohio furnishes Chairmen for the Committees of Ways and Means, Foreign Affairs and Militia, in the persons of Messrs. Sherman. Corwin and Tompkins." 'Z . : Ways and Means Sherman, Davis, of Maryland, Phelps, Stevens, Washburne, of Maine, Millson, Morrill, Crawford and Spalding. -.-. ; ; . ; . Commerce r Washburne,. of jlllinois, Wade, John Cochrane, Elliot, Smith, of North Carolina, Moorhead, Lamar, Nixon and Clemens. I .Military Attairs btanton, Lurtis, lienhani, liumngton, Olin; Mcliae,' Pen dleton, Longnecker and Boteler. Naval Affairs Morse, Bocock, Pottle, Winslow, Wilson, Carry, Sedeewick, ! Harris of Md., and Schwartz. 1 erritories Grow,? Perry Smith of va., (iooch, Waldron, Clark of Mo., Case, Vallandigham and Ashley. ; Judiciary Hickman, Houston, Tay lor, Bingham, Nelson, Kellogg of 111., Reynolds, Robinson of R. I., and Porter. Elections G ilmer, Dawes, Campbell, Boyce, Marston, Stevenson, Gartrell, Hatton and McKnight Claims Tappan, Hoard, McClernand, Ely,' Moore of Alabama, Walton, May nard; Hale and Hutchins. Public Lands Thayer, Lovejoy, Cobb, Covode, Davis of Indiana, Trim ble, Vauhener, Windom, and Barret. Post Offices and Post Roads Colfax, Woodruff, English, Adams - of Ivy., "Al ley, Davis of Miss., Craig of Mo., Hel mick and See. District of- Columbia Carter Kil gore, Burnett, Rice, Barnett, Conkling, Pryor, Edgcrton and Anderson of Ky. Revolutionary Claims Briggs7Terry, Cox, Vance, Jackson, Duell, Degarnette, Holman and Fenton. -- Public Expenditures Haskin, Pal mer, Edmundson,' Killinger, ' Somes Ilindmari, ' Wood, Clapton and Foukes. Private Land Claims Washburne, of v is?, ClarkB; -Oochrane, 'Avery, Ken- you Hawkins, .Hamilton, Anderson of iuo., Uouhgny and Ulair. - Manufactures tAtJams, of Mass., ' ScjranfqnMcOaee?, 1-cakc, rMdore, of Ky;, FrenchDunn, Kiggsand McKean. Agriculture Buttcrfield, Carey, Whiteley, Stewart, of Pa., Wright, Bris tow, AldrichfBurch and Grow y.y IndianiAffairs-Briggs,' Burroughs, Woodson, Farusworth, Clark, of N. Y., Scott, Leach, of Mich Ed wards-and Aldric&.""n 0 i- -"'f.r'.-y. m i Militiai-Tompkins,, Irvine, Jenkins, Webster, Ruffin, Wells, Palmer, "I and Simms. ''"XL:-i Foreign Affairs Corwin, Burlingame, Barksdale, Morris, of Pa., Brauck, Boyce, Hill, Miles, and Humphrey. ' 1 Revolutionary Pensions -Potter, Verree, Craige, of N. C.Adrain, Jun kia, Reagan, BabbitVDelano and Leach of N. C. Invalid Pensions Featon, Foster, Sickles, Florence, Stokes, Kelloss:, of Mich., Hall, Brabson and Martin, of Ohio. -. - ' Roads, and Canals Mallory,. Morris, of, Ill:r-Dunnj :; Singleton, .Burroughs, Gurley, Montgomery, Rust and Perry. ; Patents Millwardj Stewart, of Md., Burnham, Niblack and Frank. Public Buildings and Grounds Train, Beale, Keitt, McPherson and Peyton. . Unfinished Business Logan, Jones, Howard, Babbitt and Foster. Accounts Spinner, Kunkel, Blake, Graham and Allen. Mileage Ashmore, Van Wyck, Loomis, Hardeman, Jr., and Robinson of 111. .r'i i vv n ;. Engraving Adrain, Covode and Ma clay.1 ' ' - ' "i,f ' ' Expenditures in the State Department 3IcKcanr. '!Stout.;.JBarr. Love and Dawes. -' - - - ' J' : Expenditures in the Treasury Depart ment Loomis, Quarles, Wells, Thomas and Wade. - Expenditures in the War Department Stewart of Pa!, ILarrabee, 1 Tompkins, Cooper and Morrill. ' s Expenditures in the Nary Depart ment Hatton, Underweod, Blair, Hughes and Sherman. Expenditures in thePostoffice De partmentPalmer, Martin, of Va., Moore of Ky., Landrvm and Stanton. Expenditures on .the Public Build ings Brayton, Noll, Walton, Harris of Va., and Nelson.' - Joint CommUttee-on the Library Pettit, Adams ?f Mass., and Pugh. Joint Committee on Printing Gur ley, Hawkins' and Dimmick. ' ' ' Joint Coinmitte on Enrolled Bills Davidson'and Thcaker. . .. ... . . ..... . A BadfComplatnt. TbeJ first physician in a certain case waf discharged by his patient, because he was honest and plain enough to tell the patient he had a sore throat, and the second doctor having some hint of the' fact, answered the sick man, when questioned, that his case Vas highly ab normal and had degenerated into Sy nanohe Tonsilaris-- w fOh, Doctor!" cried the patient, .S'do saythat word again." w r ' '.'Why; sir, . I: -said : that yon were at present laboring under Synanche Tonsil aris." ' "'T- T "Why, , think, Doctor, that fool told me that I had nothing but a sore throat, and I told him I had no use for such a dunce. Doctor, what did you call it?" "I told you, sir, in plain terms, that the morbid condition of your system was obvious, and that it had terminated into Synanche Tonsilaris." ' "Oh, Doctor, it must be a monstrous bad complaint; think you can cure me, Doctor?" "Now, though your diagnosis is clear, your prognosis is doubtful, yet I think that by prudent care and skillful treat ment you may recover." "Oh,' well, Doctor, do stay all night, and I will pay you anything you'ask." A vounffladinone of the "Dutch" districts of the Keystone State, had pro- gressed with his "eddyKation,- uncier the guidance of a Yankee school master, as far as words of five letters. While under drill, one day, he came upon the word "pipe." "What does that spell?" said the Dominie. """"" . "Couldn't ten." ." : " : ; "Try it again." ' "P-i-p-e."" 'c'VA r- Still he couldn't pronounce it. "What do people smoke with?" said the master. .- "The boy made no answer, but, with brightened countenance commenced once more: : ' -'- " ; ' "P-i-p-e cigar!"' r'A . i ----- 'i, -- r'' ' g, "Potatoes,", said Pompey, con versing with another gemman, "is a bar bocious, zoological wegetable, what grows all under ground, 'cept de top, and dat bears a carniverous flower at the bottom. Potatoes is berry good boiled, and den dev am better roasted: but if you can't hab tie lard, de bes' way of all is to fry him, bekase den de potato am meat, arm and sleep." EEMOVAL, II A.S REMOVED HIS JEWELRY Buildins. immediately at the Head Landing Road, next door below Remington's Store, and informs ! herewith, all his customers and the public in general," that he did, at the same'time, open his new btock, comprising all the latest patterns of ' "' JEWELRY AND FANCY ARTICLES, Of every description, which he will sell at very reasonable prices, and he war rants every article to be of the 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 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 re turned. ' ' ' To all from whom he has received patronage, he returns cordial thanks, and wishes for a continuance of the same. W. A. AICHER,Jeweler. 2-3-tf. - At the head of Wharf-Boat Landing Road," PomeroyO. Jlisrcllnnc&us. J. B. HAMPTON, a. MANUFACTURER SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF COURT AJ.D Back streets; opposite the new Bank Build ing, Pomeroy, O. June 21, '59. 23-ly SOAP AND CANDLE M A N U F A OfORY. THE SUBSCRIBER HAS THE PLEASURE to announee to the citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity, that be has opened a shop on Sugar Run, near the Tannery, where he will manu facture, and keep constantly on hand, any ar ticle in his line of business; and we feel assured that we can. give satisfaction,, to all who may favor us with a-call.'; i ' r N. B. All orders attended Was soon as pos sible. DAVID GEYER. -- Pomeroy, 1-1.- tf X D- MOOiiJG, Saddle, Hr .ess and Trunk Manufacturer, Middleport, O., KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND will manufacture to order, all of the vari ous articles usually manufactured in such es tablishments. He calls particular attention to his Harness making, and "defies the world'' on fancy mounted double or single Harness. Do hot fail to give me a call, in my shop on Rut land street, at the head of First street, in Holfs Building, p sfairsi .Cash paid fof all kinds jof Hides, Skinsc, &c. at the highest market price. June 21, '59. 25-ly A GIFT. Thirty Dollar Double Lock-Stitch FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. A Beautiful Gift for Husbands to their ' lilvet and Daughter. Tho introductloa of this most beautiful and emi nently jiractlcul machine will bring joy aud glad ness to tbe hearts of thousands of our country women throughout the laud.' - It is pronounced by the best jmleesto be the most simple, practical and durable Machine now beforQ the public, and the most desirable for family nso, being reliable and ac curate an all kinds of work, using any size and kind of thread, from No. 8 to 21)0. -it will sew with equal facility the thickest aud thinnest goods used in a family. We euuiuerato a few ef its superior ad vantages. 1st. it makes the strongest, indst elastic and du rable stitch of any yet made. 2d. It has the best and most reliable feed and does not break needles. 3d. It sews from two common spools without re winding. 4th. It nses no oil on top, thus preventing the damaging of goods. 5th. It runs with great ease, and quietly. 6th. It can be understood aud operated upn with very littlo instruction. 7th. It is sold fir the low price of thirty dollars. ' Specimens of its work will be sent tounyone de sirous of seeing them, by letter, or the Machine and work can be seeu at the agents' residence, next door to Dr. Train's Office, near the Bank Building. v McNASTEU At SOW, Hole and exclusive agents for Meigs, Athens aud Washington Counties, Ohio. Jau. 3, '59. !-tf WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWIMG MACHINES New York Prices. THE ELEGANCE, SPEED, NOISELESS ness and simplicity of the Machine; the beauty and strength of stitch being alike on both sides, impossible to ravel, ana 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 keep the Machine in order. Each Machine .is warranted for three years. For Further particulars apply to the under signed agent. ' - C. E. DONN ALLY. Pomeroy November, '59. tf STATE UNION LAW COLLEGE ' LOCATED AT CLEVELAND, O. Sessions commence on the 25th day of Au gust, 15th day . of December and 7th day of April. Students may enter at any term with eqnal 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 Dec. 6, '69. 49-ly M. A. KING. FAKJOOK SALE. rnHE subscriber offers for sale his Farm lo- I cated on the umo luver, in ieuirc lown- . - m i r ship, Meigs Co., Ohio, aDove lanners nun. There is 210 acres in the whole tract, about 50 of which is river bottom, which is well im proved, together with 30 acres hill land. There the farm, and an ex- cellent orchard. Terms of sale, one-half cash, - . . , , T? . 41 and the remainuer m one year. iur imura particulars inquire at the premises, or address , Great Bend P. 0, Meigs Co. 0. Jan. 81, I860. 3-5-2n. STORE TO A. BURNAP'S NEW of .the Wharf-Boat rPisrdlnnfious; W. B. SKIRVIIf. I. H. XBLLKT. COL. TnOS. SMITH. EXCEUtOn MAH&UE WORKS, RACINE, MEIGS CO., O. Opposite the U. S. Hold, and two Doors North of CoU&nitltls Store. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT fully inform the citizens of Meigs and ad joining counties, that they are now prepared to furnish to order, Monuments, Head-stones, Counter-Tops, Table-Tops, Mantles, . and everything in their line, of the most ap proved stylo and very best quality of Foreign or American Marble. Those withing to obtain GOOD WORK, of this kind, at; prices which cannot fail to suit, will do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. We arc resolved to give full satis faction to all who may favor us with their pat ronag, personally, or by order. , - SKIRVIN,KELLEY& SMITH.: " Aug. 17. 1-33-tf A. G. CROWLEY & Cfr", WILL HEREAFTER CARRY ON THE Carpenter and .Joiner business; Doors, Sash, Blinds, &c, executed to order. From long experience in business, we feel confident of giving perfect satisfaction in all orders en trusted to our care.' For past patronage our thanks are due the public, and we respectfully ask a continuance of their favors. The Mill is a few doors above Williamson's Flouring Mill. , ;- - . . : 1-lG-tf BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY, rront btreet, Pomeroy, O BREAD, CRACKERS, FANCY AND ORNA mental Cakes, Candies, &c, at wholesale and retail. CRACKERS BY THE BARREL constantly on hand, as low as in any other market. . . . , CANDIES, by the quantity, at 13 cents. By purchasing Butter or Soda Crackers at my establishment, at retail, you can save every fifth pound, as I sell 4 pounds for 25 cents. - 2-6 GEO. ATKINSON. JOHN S. DAVIS, LATE OF TnE FIRM OF CROWLEY & DA vis, designs prosecuting the Planing busi ness, at the old stand on Sugar Run. Thank ful for the liberal bestowal of patronage here tofore, ho will endeavor to merit its continu ance by promptness and neatness. 1-16-tf COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN AT ITS highest market value, at H. Frank's Gro cery establishment, Pomerov, O. ' 2-7. . ' S. S. SILVERMAN, Ag't. REMINGTON HOUSE. F. B, RIHELDARFE'R, Proprietor, At the head of Steamloat Landvg, Front Street, Pomeroy, Ohio. . JOHN ELBEN, M. D., H0MO30PATHIST, AND HYDROPATHIST, tenders his professional services to the citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity. OFFICE, in John Geyer's Building, (for merly Jacob Neitzling'sJ on Sycamore street, nearly opposite Lowrys Tin Shop, Pomeroy, O. Office Hours Till 9 o'clock A. M from 1 to 3 o'clock, and from 7 to 8 o'clock P. M. Office Prescriptions, from 25 cents upward, for cash. June 2, '57. tf CHINA, GLASS AND QUEEfSWASE. WE invite the attention of buyers, to our large and well assorted stock of Ware now on band, to which we will receive additions during the spring. We have no hesitancy in saying that we will, and do sell, good styles and qunlities of ware lower than thev are sold in any other Western market. All orders carefully selected and well packed. We solicit an examination of nnr stock. PUKSELL & GORDON, ii-l Front street, Portsmouth, O. BOOKS! BOOKS!! BIBLES from 10c. to one dollar, Mocheim's Church History, Clark's Com. on the Bible, do. on New Testament, Dick's Works, Chain of Sacred Wonders, Plutarch,' Spectator, Rollin, Federalist, Say's Political Economy, Revelations by A. J. Davis, Dow's Works, Pilgrim's Progress, Bunyan's complete works, Hayward's Gazetteer, Benton's Abridged Debates, Benton's 80 years, Book of the World, Fleetwood's Life of Christ, Josephus' Works, Expedition to Japan, Digest of 0. Reports, Swan's Statutes, and a general variety of Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, &c, at publisher's prices. . Jan, 1860. ; W. H. REMINGTON. TnE SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO INFORM the Wheat-growers of Meigs and adjoining counties, that he will give, in exchange for one bushel of good, clean Wheat, 42 pounds of Flour. Persons wishing large lots of Flour made, can have it manufactured at 40 cents per brl offal to go to the owner of the Wheat. W. C. WILLIAMSON. July 26, '69. 30-tf HIRAM O. DiNIKL. WK. P. RATHBl'RM. DANIEL & RATHBURN, n .a. 3nt 3a: 33 m js , BANK BLOCK, Pomeroy, O. Collections made and promptly remitted; Busi ness paper discounted; buy and sell Exchange, Gold and Siiver Coin, Uncurrent Money, Land Warrants, &c. FOREIGN EXCHANGE For sale in sums to suit. ' Wc are prepared to draw direct on London, Liverpool, Swansea, Glasgow, Dublin, Belfast, Paris, Amsterdam, Baden-Baden, and other cities in Europe. Also, Australia. oney inheritances collect cd in every part of Europe. Money received on deposit, and interest al lowedon time deposits, at rate agreed upon. -Jan. 17. 2-3-ly LUMBER FOR SALE. A CHOICE AND LARGE LOT OF WELL seasoned PINE AND HEMLOCK LUMBER for sale on reasonable terms. Those wishing to purchase are invited to call and examine for themselves. Inquire in Pomeroy, of March 15, '59. y A. E. MURDOCK. LOTS FOR SALE. ON SUGAR RUN, NAYLOR'S RUN, AND Carr's Run. Application to be made to M. Heckard, Esq.. Pomeroy. Aug. 16,33-tf 8. W. rOMEROY. COALUBOGE MILL. Jnsuranrt. MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Incorporated 1821. No. 68 Wall Street, N. Y. Cash capital and surplus, $400,000. JVM. PITT PALMER, Pres't. Asdbew J. Smith, Sec'y. - IRVING FIRE INSURANCE CO., No. 9 Wall St, N. Y. Cash capital and surplus, $255,000. MASON THOMPSON, Pies' t. Martin L. Crowell, Sec'y. HUMBOLDT FIRE INSURANCE CO, No. 10 Wall St., Y. N. Cash capital and sur plus, $242,000. JOHN RANKIN, Pres't. Wm. Mulligan, Sec'y. LORILLARD FIRE INSURANCE CO., No. 31 Wall St., N. Y. Cash capital and sur plus, $264,000. CARLISLE NORWOOD Pres. Geo. D. Grakt, Sec'y. The above Companies, with unimpaired Cap itals, 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. ALL LOSSES will be promptly adjusted and paid. Persons desiring insurance are solicited to call on me before' procuring a policy else where. JAMES RALSTON, Agent, Pomeroy, Dec. 6, 1859. 49-6m GUARD AGAINST FALL AND WINTER FIRES! BY O 3a. oi o o X xx mt ia. rano o "WITH THK Incorporated 1819 Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL., $1,500,000, ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED. NET SURPLUS OF 8500,000.00, And tho prestipe of 40 years success and experience. Upward of S 1-2.0UU, 0CO of losses have been paid by tho jBtna Insurance Cempany lu the past 40 years. The valuejtof reliable Insurance will be apparent from the following LOSSES PAID BY THE iETNA DCSINO THE PA8TfVC TEAR8. In Ohio, - - $431,520 83 In Wisconsin, 106,055 07 In Kentucky, - 904,939 40 Missouri, - - - 384,518 04 Iowa A- Minn., 101.3'.t9 46 Penn. & Va., - 31,595 83 In Michigan, - $158,043 81 In Indiana, - I46.83U 81 In Illinois, - 448,3-27 41 Tennessee, - - . 97,549 21 Kansas & Neb., 19,945 77 Arlc.& Ga., - 93.945 09 Mississippi and Alabama, - - - $32,412 18 Fire and Inland Navigation Risks accepted at terms consistent with solvency and profit. Ksnecinl attention given to Insurance of DWELL INGS and contents, for terms of I to 5 years. Tbe solid service long and successfully tried, and the many advantages the -Stria Insurance Company possesses in its line, should not be overlooked by those ready to iusure and understanding their best interests. During "stringent times" the necessity for reliable Insurance becomes an imperative duty the ability of property owners to sustain loss being then much lessened- Agencies in all the principal cities and towns throughout the State. Politics issued without delav. by any of the duly authorized Ag ntsof the Company ilj-isusiness auenuea to wun aeapatcn ann nuei- .. I1DVV UDIVT'IJ . Sept. 30.-38 -3iu. Pomerov, O. (gctucatioiml. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, 1 HARTFORD CITY, MASON CO., VA. This Institute has been successfully commenced under the patronage of the Hartford City Coal, Mining & Manufacturing Company, for the "benefit of Farmers1 and Met-hanics' sons and daughters, where they may receive tbe advantages of n superior EDUCATION to what has hitherto been offered them in Common Schools, at charges sufficiently low for all to embrace a complete Academical Education. It is now entering on its second session, and, is de lightfully situated on a gently sloping sandy emi nence, overlooking the river Ohio, and only a short d island from the Steamboat Landing. The School Room aud Teacher's Residence is held in that spa cious building formerly known as the Brethren Omrch. The room contains 2,000 sqsre feat, and is replete with every suitable convenience. Tho heating aud lighting apparatus is perfect; having four large stoves, and 80 feet of window light, and boing elevated 16 feet above tbe road way, making It the most desirable, heullhy situation imaginable. - There is also a Library and Reading Department attached, for the use of students, containing many excellent standard works, with monthly and weekly periodicals, to suit the desire of all purties, and it is intended hereafter, to add a Piano Forte, for the Ladies, as an accompaniment to the City Brass Baud, now in full operatiou evory evening. The School Is conducted by the Principal, aided by Assistants, male and female. The male pupils are taught evory branch of learn ing necessarv for. their future advantage, making them carable of entering on all such duties as may hefcafter offer for their weal. The female department are also taught every nec essary accomplishment, with plain and fancy needle work iu addition to a sound scholastic course. Honrs of attendance, 9 to 12, and 3 to 5, for youth, and 6i to 9, for adults. 1 hus may the children of the above receive as lib eral an education as in aristocratic institutions, whose charges exclude many a naturally talented child from obtaining the assistance necessary to develop its intellect. . . Pupils charged only from time of entrance. Terms persession of 3 months, S2.50 each. A limited number ef boarders are taken at a small charge. References may be had to parents, of pupils , either in Ohio, West Columbia, Mason City or this place, on application to the Principal, at the Institute, SAMUEL B. SAUNDERS, Preceptor. Oct. 4.-40-tf. MOUNT,, AUBURN YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE. THIS Select Seminary, situated in the beautiful and healthy suburb of Cincinnati, called Mount Auburn, claims eqnal standing with the most ap proved Schools in the Eastern States. The pupils form a part of the family of tbe Princi pal, and the charges are placed at the lowest rates consistent with the super'ority f the domestic ar rangements aud 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, .a $150 per session. Musie, singing, painting and Modern Languages at customary rates. Being within a few minutes1 ride from Fourth Street, by omnibus leaving every half hour, this school affords peculiar facilities to families residing on tbe river. ' For the success of the Institute, in accomplishing itsaims, reference is made with great confluence to its patrons. The next session will open on Tuesday, the 13th of September, 1859. Applications may he made to Rev. E. A. CRAW LEY, D. D.. Mount Auburn; or to J. H. WHITE, Esq., at Moore, Wilstach, Keys dV Co.'s, Cincinnati. Reference is also made (with permission) to Hon. V. B. Horton, and Charles Pomeroy, Ksq., Pomroy, Ohio. August 31,1859 36-3t IRON FENCING AND 3P O 3FL TIOOSS CiAN BE PROCURED IN IRONTON AT J iH low nrices. in as treat varietv. and of as good material as any place in the West. T. h. is.iitis.Ji.K, ironton, umo. 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 Mull at - - 5:20 p.m. Gome Wwrr Mail at 11:30 r. M. Express mail east and make close connections at Parkersburg with the trains of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and at Cincinnati with trains for all points West. Trains leave Chillicothe at 6:15 a. m., and arrive at Columbus at 3:40 p.m.; and trains leaving Athens at 11:30 arrive at Colnmbus at 9:10 p. M. Tickess at reduced rates are sold at Chillicothe and Athens, for Columbus. Through tickets can be obtained at the principal ticket offices on the line of the Road for all points east and west. A discount of ten cents on each ticket from regu lar tariff rates will be made on all tickets purchased at the ticket offices. B. GATES, SupH. J. Foqoitt, Gen'l TUket A'lt, Chil. Nov. 4,59. CHAS. BICHMANN. ANDREW BURKERT. BICHMANNjfc BURKERT. NO HUMBUG! "Small Profits and Quick Sales" IS THE MOTTO AT Zieeci's Olcl Stands Front Street, Pomeroy, 0. WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A good assortment of Gold and Silver Watches; German, French and American Jew elry; Fancy Articles; Clocks from $2.00 to 12.00, of every size and description. ' , .. Repairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, done in the best manner, promptly. ' ' 2-1. v Peditat. BLOOD FOOD. I Dr. Bronson, having been so far reduced by con sumption. as to be considered beyond all hope of re covery by the most eminent of the medical profes sion, and also by himself a regular physician of twenty years practice ns a last resort, conceived the Idea of .1NALYZING THE BLOOD, and apply ing the subject of physiology to the more Imnifd'i ate connection, am! effect of the state of the blood upon the health and system. The result has been the production of this "BLOOD FOOD." from the use of which Dr. Bronson was restored to perfect health. Within six months after its introduction, over two thousand eopjumptives were effectually cured by it. If jou have any complaints of a con sumptive tendency. Cough, Cold, Head-ache, Pal pitntiou of the Heart, Less of Appetite or Pain in the side, lose no time in procuring a bottle of the BLOOD FOOD." II" you are suffering from Ner vous Debility, or your sleep is broken and dis turbed, if your spirits are depressed or your organs relaxed, vou will find in this an unfailing remedy, by commencing with ten drops. If your Liver is tor pid or diseased in any manner whatever, one or two bottles will be sure to invigorate, and bring it into lively and healthful action. In the most inveterate cases of Dyspepsia the patient can here find the most efflciont and grateful relief. A benefit is al ways experienced after taking one bottle. In Male or Female Complaints and Weaknesses, the suf. ferer, after trying other remedies in vain, may rest assured, that a certain cure will result from the use of two or three bottles. The "BLOOD FOOD" is effectual in all eases of Eruptions, Salt Rheum. Scrofulas and other like complaints. Pale and emaciated children and adults are immediately benefited by its use. It gives strength to the body, and color and beauty to the skin. Physicians of all schools are using it with wonderful success. For full directions, see circulars. Price 31 per bottle. H1oq jod sjaaa 55 'o-ijid -poMojioj iiiojJis aq isnui 'onioq qoc punoJU paddnj.u suoiuoJip ein 'snsto ln ui gjaqiom 01 3iq!nJ soui '9111 ss Jlosii spiiauimos 11 'uosuoj ouice oqi joj !3u;gruaAp Jii si asuadxa 0oq 9SOi.u asoqi nua so RiuauiasiwaApu 2uo q.ins pjqou touuiro a. mqi 'poix aq) jo uojij -udaad joino usqi ojom qanm ossisoo jj inSBl "11 aiiunaojd 111 0. .(i on bso.oj no.i puottimoaaj Apeau a "ein jo suosnAuoa jo estsa n U 3peui -BB(ls-;,uit njiaMOii 2iiioq pus iaauapauoa jd.tj -J5l qiiM no paiiaa eq nva 11 'sascasip jo 3ui f ji pun imJ isoiu eqi 'dnoao jaip.i ojub 8 ji dsoh aqi uj pp33 joj pa(nbann si J! taoq aq3ur)l -nifaj tojt -mud 3uaijoj pun smaH aqi Ziiiuaijos joj 'ou l-oif 'OIKX) 'AH3XS3S CI qans if)Sl -Hxaaj, gjiiasaxj-v sxvivuko3 tit hoj :zia 'not! -SJttdajd Jaqio a'joas J3AO luoni japp 611 gj qaiqii 'sasKO Suimoijoj aq) n ui'janaj pu una m jaa b pus innju 9iB0iap'isoiu aqi eJnfui iohuo pun stajiujuq .(lioajjnd 81 11 XmMnoj epHiiq u.no !M Xq uiaqi jo Xubui 'noiira -j(T jo uuri33J!P aqi Jap -un eisajoj aqi uiojj Snp imiaq pamieip sj j q.iiq niojj biooj AJ8A eqi :oqa H! siuiidmo3 oniunj -u( joj opiiJO jaqio Sav qii i( jo liosiJvduioa ts aja ib3j3 qi( dn ind ei Xipjiqx -saniUP!81188 sii Supjapnap jo poaisut 'pijqajnoA jo3uijajjn aqi auiAouiaj Xq saAaiaj Cuuanbaeaoa pu 'pun im jo atujdo jo 0joa.und mojj aojj .ajiiua u ) .Cjpuo -39s maqt joj 0J.i8njd 01 suiispluioa onuujii ui aauauadxa qanui uiojj pagiivnb a s oqM usa -SAqd jBin3aJ 11 jo uoiiujiidajd aqi S tl 18J!H -no.( pajajjo bjoj -oiajqq snq .innb jo aunu isqi mnjoa aja3 jsao Aiuouodna si; ain 01 ajisap aji 'TViaaOO HKIX -NVdKl SiXOXVK 'aa 111 noi 2unuosaadui SHaHJ-OM . Sold by CHURCH & DUPONT, Druggists . Ko. 3B Maiden Lane, New York, And by all respectable Druggists throughout the couutry. - ,1 3-4-y. S AN FORD'S tJVEH t NVI GORATDR, NEVER DEBILITATES. IT IS COMPOUNDED t NTIRELY FROM GUMS, and has become an established fact, a Standard Modiclne, known ana sp hnve nsed it. and is now fldencein all the diseases mended. It has eured thousands years who had given up the numerous unsolicited session show. The dose must be adapt inent of the Individual sin h quantities as to act Irft the dictates of your In the use f the Liver will cure Liver Corn Stomach, Chronic Diar tacks. Dyspepsia. Sum emery, Habitual Costive Cholera Morbns, Cholera Female Weaknesses, be used successfully nsun Medicine. It will cure thousands can testify.) in two or three Teaspoon commencement of un at- AII who use it are giv iu its favor. 1 proved. ; by all that : resorted to with con' I for which it Is reconi- wlthin tbe last two all hopes of relief, as certificates in my pos ed to the tempera ttiking it, and nsed in gently on the Bowels, judgment guide you lnvigorator, and it plaints, Dropsy, Sour rhoea. Billions At mer Cmplainls,Dys ness. Cholic, Cholera, Infantum, Jaundice, Flatulence, and may Onli ary Family Sick Headache, (as twenty minutes, if fills are taken at the 'tack. . . . . : ing their testimony ' Mix water in the mouth with the lnvigorator, and swallow both together. Price One Dollar per Bottle. ' ALSO SANFORD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS, ... CONFOUNDED FROM Pure Vegetable Extracts, and put up in Glass Cases, Air Tight, and will keep in any climate. The Family Cathartic Pill is a gentle but active Cathartic which tho pro practice more than The constantly increas who have long used the prietor has used in his twenty years, ing demand from those Pills and the satisfac regard to their use. has tion which all express in induced me to . place all. Tho profession well them within the reach ef 3 know that different Ca porlions of the bowels. Pill has, with due refer lished fact, been com or the surest Vegetable tharics act on different The Family Cathartic ence to this well estab pounded from a variety 0 j.xtracts,wnicn act alike iinentary canal, and are on every part of the al- H goea ana sale in all tic is needed, such as Stemach, Pains in tho ness, Costiveness, Pain whole body, from sud- easoi where a Cathar Derangements of the Back and Lions, Sleepi- h and Soreness over the dnn cold, which, frn- A quently, if neglected, Fever,Lossof Appetite, of Cold over tbe Body, or weight in the head,all end In a long course of J a Creeping Sensation Q Restlessness, Headache, T Inflammatory Diseases, V Adults, Khou . atisiu, a Blood and many diseases teo numerous to inou uicnt. Dose, 1 to 3. I Worms in Children or great Purifier of the to which flesh is heir. tion in this advertise- PBICE, THEEE DIMES. The Liver lnvigorator and Family Cathartie Pills are retailed by Druggists generally, and sold whole sale by the trade in all tbe large towns. S. T. V . SANFORD, M. D., Manufacturer and Proprietor, 3-4-y. 335 Broadway, New York. Tlie Great Ambassador of Health to All Mankind. HOLLOWAY 'S PILLS. A Boon to the Sick. The wi nt of a sterling medicinal to meet the ills and necessities of the suffering portion of humanity, and one entirely free from mineral and other deleterious particles, was severely felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered into the world; Holloway's invaluable Pills have become tbe hocskhold remedy of all nations. Their attribute is to racvzirr as well as to ctrc; they attack the radix or root of the com. plaint, and thus by removing the hidden cause of dis ease reinvigorate and restore the drooping energies of the system, assistng nature in her task of vital and rcNcno.NARY reformation. Dyspepsia. The great scourge of this continent yields quickly to a course of these antiseptic Pills, and tho digustivo organs are restored to their proper tone; no matter in what hideous shape this hydra of disease exhibits itself, this searching and unerring - remedy disperses it from the patient's system. - General Debility and Weakness. From whatever cause, lowness or spirits, and all other signs of a diseased liver, and other disorgani zation of the system, vanish under the eradicating in fluence of this all powerful antiseptic and detergent remedy. Bilious Disorders. The proper quantum and right condition of the bile is of momentous importance to the health of the hu man frame, this anti-bilious medicine expels the hidden seeds of tbe complaint, and renders all the fluids and secretions pure and fluent, cleansing and resusitating the vital functions of the body. Sickly Females. Should lose no time in trying a few doses of this regulating and renovating remedy, whatever may be their complaint, It cnu be taken with safety in all pe riodical and other disorganizations, its effect is all but miraculous. Unrefuted Proof. The testimony of Nations is unanimously borne to tbe health-giving virtues of his noble remedy, and certificates in every living languago bear witness to the undzmiaui'ness of their intrinsic worth. Dolloway's Pills are the best remedy known in the tcorld for (lie following diseases: Asthma Dlarrhcea, Indigestion, Stone and Bowel Com-Dropsy, Influenza, Gravel, plaints, Debility, Inflammation, Secondary Coughs, Fever Ague Inward Weak- fiyintoms. Colds, Female Coin- ness, V e nereol Chest Dis- plaints, Liver Compl'ts, Affections eases, Headaches, Lown'ss of spirit Worms of Dyspepsia, Piles, all kinds. IL r'Oaution! None are genuine unless the words "Holloway, New York and London,11 are descpibable as a Water-mark in every leaf ef the book of direc tions aronnd each pot or box; the same may be plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light. A hand some reward will be given to anyone rendering such information as may lead to the detection of any party or parties counterfeiting the medicinesor vend ing the samo, knowing ttiem to be spurious. Sold at the Manufactories of Professor Hol loway, 80 Maiden Lane. New York, and by all re. spectable Druggistsand Dealers or Medicine through out the United States and the civilized world, in boxes at 35 cents, 63 cents, and one dollar each. lOThere is considerable saved by taking the larger sizes. N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in fiiery disorder are affixed to each box. 3-7-eow-ly CANCEc,mED- D R. fr. C O LE R TENDERS his professidilai services to all in Southern Ohio and Northern Virginia, who arc afflicted with cancer, in atty of its forms. Cancerous and other malignant tumors re moved ' . ' Without the Use of the Knife. The following, among many others that might be adduced, are testimonials from physicians Of extensive and long-contiuued practice: Albany, Athens Co., 0M Jan. 12, 18CO. ; v .ti. navingseeD several oo stinate cases of Cancer cured by your treatment, I have no hesitation in savlnir tht. .undv manent euro ef Cancer in any of its forms mavbe bad, if application be made to you before the tumor affects the vital organs. JOHN EARHART, M. D. H-vnBisoNviLLK, Meiqs Co Jan. 6, 1860. vi.iijiiiB tuui, ui. u-. cioier's v"u""fl vuiiiuiensiy successful, nsmany difficult cases resulting in quick and penna- ti i ' . wmom,uBB come unuer .......,.,.rlUVD, naysician during tne last 12 years. JOSEPH MOORK, M. D. Office and residence, opposite Huge & Coe's Drug Store, Middleport, Meigs Co. O. THE GREAT WONDER OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative Says the St. Louis, (Mo.l "Democrat:" R.in, .a publish a letter to Dr. Wood, of thi. n. r.. Igentleman in Maine, which speaks glowingly of the fsnperior merits of his hair tonic. Such evidencA mn.t have its effect, when coming from a reliable source. 11 ceruncaies are guarantees or truth, toe Dr. needs no encomiums, nor useles puffery from the press: . . Bath, Maim, Jan. 80, 1850. Professor O. J. Wood & Co.: ' Gintlbmkh: Having my attention called a few months since to the highly beneficial effects of your hair restorative, I was induced to make application of it upon my own bitir,which bad become quite grav probably one-third white; my whiskers were of the same character. Some three months since I procured a bottle of your hair restorative, and nsed it. I soon founditwasprovingwhatl had wished. 1 used it about twice a week. I have since procured another bo'.tle, of which I have used some. I can now cer tify to the world that the gray or white hair has to tally disappeared, both on my head and face, and my bair has resumed iu natural color,and 1 believe more soft and glossy than it bus been before for twenty-five years. 1 am now sixty years old; mv good wire at tho age or fifty-two, has used it with same effect. The above notice 1 deem due to you for your val uable discovery. 1 are assured that whoever will rightly use, as per directions, will not have occasion to contradict my statements. I am a citizen of this city and a resident here for the last fifteen years, and am known to nearly every one here and adjoining towns. Any use you may make of the above, with my name attached, is at your service, as 1 wish to preserve the beauties of nature in others as well as myself, j l am, truly, yours, A. C. RAYMOND. !." BAf.TtnoRi, Jan. 23, 1858; WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. Professor Wood Dear Sir: Having had the misfor tune to lose tbe best portion of my hair, from the effects of yellow fever, in New Orleans, in 1854,1 was induced to make a trial of your preparation, and found it to answer as the very thing needed. My hair is uow thick and glossy, and i.o words can express my obligations to you in giving to the afflicted such a treasure. FlNl.EV mnvunit Y The "lder,Kne'i, Kev. J. K. Bragg, ia a minister ui rcfuim availing, Bnu pastor oi tbe Orthodox Church at Brookfield,' Mass. He is a gentleman of great influenc and universally beloved. WM. DYER. ' .. . . , Brookfield, January 12, 1858. Professor Wood D en Kir: Having made- trial your Hair Restorative, It gives me pleasure to say that its effect has been excellent In removing inflam mation, dandruff and, a constant tendency to itching wi' h which 1 have been troubled from my childhood: Mid lias also restored my hair, which was becoming gray, to its original color. I have used no other ar ticle with anything like the same pleasure or profit. Yours, truly, J. K. BRAGG. The Restorative is put up in Bottles of 3 sizes, viz: large, medium and small; the small holds a pint, and retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at least twenty per cent, more in proportion then the small, retail lor two dollars a bottle; the large holds a quart, 40 per cent, more in proportion and retails for three dollars a bottle. "O. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors, 444 Broadwav, New York, and 114 Market St., St. Louis, Mo.11 And sold by all good Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. . . . July 12,28-3m- National Dispensary for Private Diseases.' estab lished January 1st, 1859. FIVE HUNDKK'J DOL LARS FO R FEIT. Three Eminent Physicians in con stant attendance. The faculty of the Institution, consisting of PROF. EGBERT JACKSON, Member of tbe Royal College of Surgeons, London. DR. ROBERT HERBERT, Late of Phil., a member of the Society of Friends, and M. EUGENE VELPEAU. . Late of the London and Paris Hospitals; Guarantee under a Penalty of (500, a complete cure of every Sexual Disease, however, aggravated by neglect, and . Without Mercury. We are perfectly safe in making this offer, because we will not undertake any case that we are not sure of curing. Gonorrhea, Syphil!s,Self-abnso, Impotence, Whites or Fluor Albus, Gleet, Stricture, Skin Diseases, Ve nereal Wartsv Diseases or the llladderand Kidneys, Female Irregularities, Barrenness, Liver Complaint, Emaciation, Premature Decay, the Pains of Age, General Debility, change of Life, etc, receive especial attention. . .. - - Treatment Entirely New and always successful; enre rapid and thorough; and references or eminent Physicians and Surgeons both in this country and Europe. The DISPENSARY CIRCULAR, forwarded gratis by mail to any address, contains invaluable advice to young men, young' ladies sontemplating matri mony and married. We have just published 1 lie' Medical Protector. A book of over 300 pages, full of fine anatomical and other engravings. It contains not only the pith of all the late develop ments in Medicine and Surgery above referred to, but it is also a guide to all who aspire to felicity with the opposite sex; shows how to guard against danger, and bow to escape danger when incurred. Useful alike to male and female, bnt should not be in the hands or very young persons, as it contains in formation that might he perverted to unworthy ends. Also a full and explicit key to all the bidden and de lightful secrets of Marriage. Love and Beauty, never before , Satisfactorily revealed In anvbook in the English language. Price 50 cents one of the cheapest books in the world. If neann couta be estimated in money, me new tacts contained in this book, for the prevention of ill health, would be cheap at the above forfeiture. Send for a Circular fully describing It. Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills, invaulable iu female irrec-ularities. but not advisable to be used during pregnaucy, lest they should mar the hope of onspring. used in tbe Doctor's private practice tor 30 years. Price tl forwarded by mail. Dr. Jackson's Perpetual Preventive, is the only article in the world that without inconvenience or danger will infallibly prevent conception. Thous ands of married ladies too feeble to bear children ex cept at the hazard of life have bad reason, to be thankful for this invention. It resembles no ether preventive in use and Is superior to all. Forwarded to any address. M. Vbt.peao"8 Beautify! no Powder H imparts to tne complexion an exquisite mooin ana transparency, and effectually prevents tbe formation of wrinkles, blotches, freckles, pimples, wens, etc., etc. Price 91 per box. sent by mail. Every letter must contain six cents, in stamp, to be used ror reply.. Add ress,-Un. Jackson, Herbert & Co., or simply P. O. Box 436, Cincinnati, Ohio. Of fice No. 167 Sycamore Street. Medicines and instruc tions sent promptly to any part of the country. 8-39 6m. . HOWARD ASSOCIA'N. PHILADELPHIA. ' A Benevolent Institution, established by spe cial Endowment, for the Relief of, the Sick and Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Ep- ' . identic Diseases. . : fPHE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the -1- awful dustruction of humnn life, caused by Sex ual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases 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 or their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, &e.,) and in cases of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MEDICINES FREE OF CHARGE. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill of the age, and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association, In their Annual Report upon the treatment nf Sexual Diseases, for tbe year ending January 1st, 1S58, express the highest satisfaction with the success which has attended the labors of the Consulting Surgeon in the cure of Sper matorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Impotence, Gonor rhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice or Onanism or Self abuse, ore, and order a continuance of the same plan for the ensuing year. The Directors, n a review of the past, fefel assured that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort have been of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and they have resolved to devote them selves with renewed zeal, to this very Important and much despised cause. An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Sent inal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation, or St lf-abnse, and other diseasesof the sexual organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sent by mall (In as ealed envelope), FREE OF CHARGE, on receipt of TWO STAMPS for postage. Other Reports and Tracts of the nature and treatment of sexual diseases, diet, &c.,are constantly being published for gratuit ous distribution, and will be sent to the afflicted. Some of the new remidies and methods of treatment discovered during the last year, are of great value. Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. J. J-KILLIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Associa tion, Ko. S South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors. EZRA D. HEARTWELL, President Ceo. FaiecbIlb, Secretary. 3g--t-novl5 ; ' - 1 Sheriff's Sale. ' H. H. Grow vs. tlie widow ai.d heirs of Greeley D. , - Harper. BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed, .from the Court of Common Picas of Meigs Obniitj", I will Sffer for sale, at the door of the Court House In Pomeroy, at 11 o'clock a. un - Oh the 21th day tf February, 1 8W, the following described lands and tenements, io-'iii aft tliAt 'trii'ct br parcel of land lying and being in town three, range thirteen, 0f the Ohio Company's Purchase, being a part of sec tion No. three; beginning at a post in the east Ifn'e of said section, 160 perches south from the north-east c5rjrer bf snid section; thence west sixty-three and two-tenth perches to a post; thence north eleven degrees east thirty-twor" perches te a cdl; , thence north thirty-four' perches to a pt thence north forty degrees; west twenty perches to post; thence north tot a post in the north line tff s"aid section; , thence" east eighty perches to the north-east corner o said section; thence south 6fte hundred atFt sixty perches to-, the place of beginning, con taining 67 acres, more or less; except 26 acres? off the north end of said tract, and sold a lne" property of the widow and heirs of Greeley D." narper, dee d, at the suit of Hiram 11. Urow. Appraised at $524.00. Terms of sale, :ash. J.J. WHITE, S. Al. C. Jan. 18, 1860. 4-6t 4X0 NOTICE. IN Oourt of Common Pleas of Meigs County, Ohio. John W. Caldwell, plaintiff, vs. Sam-" uel Buffington, John Faris, Matthew Faris and? William Faris, defendants. The said SamuW Buffington is hereby notified that said John W. Caldwell, on the 21st day of January, A. D. 1860, filed his petition, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, against him, the said Samuel Buffington, and John Faris, Matthew Faris and William Faris, stating that on the 15th day of' June, A. D. 1858, said Samuel Buffington, John Faris, Matthew Faris and William Faris made him their several promissory notes of that date, -and delivered the same to said John Caldwell, each being for '.the sum of $50.00, payable on the first day of November, 1858,, with 8 per cent, interest, and if not paid-when due, inter- -est thereafter at 10 per cent Said John W. Caldwell demands judgment in said petition for" $150.00 with the . interest thereon as above specified. Said Samuel Buffington vis further notified that on said 21st day of January, an order of attachment was issued against him in said case, and that he is required to appear and answer said petition on or before the third Sat urday, after the 7th day of March next. J. CARTWRIGHT, Att'y for plaintiff. Jan, 24,1860.-4-St ... ..- , 5.25 . . .... NOTICE. .. MEIGS County Court of Common Pleas Jacob Sboop vs. Peter Hine and Alexan der Abies. Peter Hine, of; the State of Illinois, will take notice that Jacob Shoop, of the State of Pennsylvania, did, on the 26th day of April, 1859, file his petition in the Court of Common Pleas within and for the County of Meigs, in said State of Ohio, against said Peter Hine, and Aiexander Abies, defendants, setting forth (hat Jacob Shoop obtained' judgment against Peter Hine, on the docket of G. W; Cooper, J. P; of Salisbury township, in said .County, for the sum of $255.09; -said petition also avers that Alex ander Abies is indebted to Peter Hine, in the sum of $300.00. The object and prayer of said petition is, that the sum of $300.00, due Hine from .'Abies, be subjected to the payment of Jacob Shoop' s judgment and costs, and the said Peter Hine is notified that he is required to appear -and answer under oath, said petition, on or before the 26th day of .March, I860, or the same will be taken as true. HANNA & EARHART,- .' January 30, I860. 56t Att'ys for pl'tiff. i Sheriff's. Sale. : , ' Thomas D. Hopkins vs. Wes'ey G Baker. BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs County, I will offer for sale at the door of the Court House in Pomeroy, at 11 - o'clock, A. Jf., On the 13A day of March, I860,- Tf the following described lands and tenements, to-wit: situated in the county of Meigs, State of Ohio, and in Sutton township, described as fol lows: - sixty acres off the north side of the south, half of the south-east quarter of section No. ten, town two,, range No. twelve, Ohio Compa ny's Purchase, with all the appurtenances, sold as-the "property of Wesley G. Baker, at the suit of Thomas D. Hopkins. Appraised at $1,800.00. Terms of sale cash. J. J, WHITE, SM; C. f Feb. 7, I860. 6-5t 3.00 - Guardian's Sale. IN pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Meigs .county, .Ohio, made on the 20th day of December, A. Dn 1859, in the case of Selah W. King, guardian of Frances- Maloon, an insane person, against his said ward, the un dersigned will, on the 15th day of March, A. D., 1860r at 12 o'clock, it., on the premises, offer at public sale the dower right of said Fences Ma loon; it being the life estate of said Frances in one .undivided third part of the following real estate, situate in- Meigs county, Ohio, to-wir: Beginning on the east line of see. No. 8, town ship No. 8, and range No. 15, in the Ohio Com pany's Purchase, 150 rods north of the south east corner thereof; thence west 167 reds; thence north 170 rods, or to the west line of said sec tion; thence 167 rods or to the north-east cor ner of said section No. 3; thence south 1 73 rods to the place of beginning; containing 180 acres, more or less. Terms of sale, one-third cash on the day of sale, one-third in one, and one-third in two years from the day of sale, to be secured by mortgage on the premises sold, and the deferred payments to bear interest from the day of sale, to be paid annually. Appraised at'$195. S. W. KING, N . Guardian of said Frances Maloon. Feb. 7.18G0. 6-4w Road Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition -will be presented to the Commissioners ' f Meigs County, at their March Bession, 1860, praying for an alteration in a certain County Road leading into the town of Syracuse, com mencing at what is know as the Back Road, leading from Pomeroy to Racine, on land owned by Lewis Hilber, in sec. 31, town 8, range '12. The alteration asked is, that said road com mence at the north-west corner of said Hilber' s land, and run south as near as practicable to make a good road, on the west line of his land, till it intersects the old road, the nearest -and best way, to intersect the old road at the south and of said section 31. ' And that all of the old road that is superceded by the new may be va cated. . , A PETITIONER. Sutton, Jan. 24, 1860-5-4t Road Sotiee.' TO the Commissioners of Meigs County: A petition will be presented to your honora ble body at your March session, 1860, praying for an alteration in a county road in Salem township, beginning in the lane on said county road east of Geo. Wiseman's house; running; thence in a south-easterly direction to Z. Wise man's house; thence down the ran the best and . most practicable way, to intersect the county road near the John Craig house, on Parker's. Run, running east and west by Wm. Halliday's house, and vacate so much as lies from the starting point at or near the end of the lane east or Geo. Wiseman's house to where it inter--sects the county road on Parker's Run. Feb. 1, I860. 6-4t MANY PETITIONERS. . NOTICE. ! STATE of Ohio, Meigs Cpunty Court of Common Pleas. -Addison L. Page, admin istrator of Samuel Page, deceased, vs. Bradfield Hampton, James Murphy, Willis Lee, Edmnud Kidwell and Cephus De Camp. The defendants, will take notice that on Friday, the ninth day of March, A. B, I860, the plaintiff above named, will take the depositions of sundry witnesses, to be used as evidence on the trial . of the above cause, at the. office of A. Dunl.ip,. a J irstice of the Peace in and for Scipio town- -ship, in the county of Meigs, in the State. of" Ohio, between the hours of eight o'clock a. m.' and six. o'clock p. m., of said day, and that tho taking of the same will be adjourned from day to day, between the same hours, until they are completed. SIMPSON & LASLEY, Feb. 7, I860 6-3t Att'ys for plaintift DIVORCE. THOMAS Stiff, of Island of Australia, i. hereby notiffed that Hellen Stiff did, on the, 3d day of February, 1860, file her 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 Thomas Stiff' with three years' wilful absence, and also ex--treme cruelty, and asking that she may be di vorced from the said Thomas Stiff, and that the custody of John Thomas Stiff, her infant son, may be given to her, which petition will stand for hearing at the next term of said Court. HELLEN STIFF, . By Simpson Lasley, her Att'ys. Dated February 3, I860. 6-6t Attachment Notice. . BEFORE R Hugg, J. P. of Salisbury town ship, Meigs County,- Ohio G. M. Armit age vs. Lewis Anderson. On the 23d day of January, A. Dn 1860, said Justice issued an or der of Attachment in the above action for tbe sum of twenty-ffve dollars and thirty-eight cents. G. M. ARMITAGE. Middleport, Jan. 29th, I860. 6t.