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Pact r it.
. lit 0KOHCK 9. BTRLEJUU.
Ifhere s,a labor to, Jie. wrought,,.
There 8 a race that we must run,
There's a battle to be fought,
And victory to be won,
For cheated aatieo's .sake!.
Uo, 7C people plundered long,
l$y the banded hordes of wrong; -Tp
and on them, brave and strong;
Lincoln for or leader take;
Wide-awake, boys! Wide-awaket ?(
From the desolated South,
s.Creelitj ika the glovious West, v.
With- Vicod-niark on hijj'.moutnyr
And a horror n his crest,
Comes a black infernaj uuke! T- 5
While le lurks with double tongue,
1 iSowJ before the vi sprung ; ;
Smite him, fcrethers, old and young I
Itewwt be will leuJfc Sif-e 1 -:'
W iiea wake, boys! Wide-awake 1
Suite In ewy public VrfV " ' ' ' ''
Fat "Old Buck-' and all his beeves
T-e three inches on' tlreVlb; '' ' ii
In their loathy den of thieves, ,,
t Clean the Augean barnf ancl make '-''
' Once ifor all a cleansing sweep; "'
. : ,f Roll them to the wholniing deep .
Of Oblivion's hungry lake! - ' ; .
Wide-awake, boys! Wide-awake!
From the sea-like murmuring pines- 3
, Of the chaiuless hills of Maine . .
j.Tp the glorious Bowers and vines .
a i-W the prairie's billowed plain; - ,.:
From the shore of sea and lake,
To the shore of lake and sea
Swearing that we will be'Treo-
llisej and le our watchword be!';
''Honest Abe 'for 'freedom's sake! ' 1 ''
,- "Wide-awake boys! Wide-awake!?' .f; ;
.:T6e"Grandniil,''3aid a little urchin,
'your specs are upsiue aown ao
wear tbeui thu toBce;jo sew?'V '
ay dear, I wear them soYto see."f?
I"A little girPhearirig Tier mother
, ppeuk of going into half-mourning, said,
f "Why areyou going into half-mourning,
' mamma--iiarcianyis.of iour Relations ha,lf,
' dead?" ' ' "
63?A oldicr being asted-rif. 1ie."iiieE
Vith'nluth hospitality; while he was it)
Jreland.'repfiedj-That b'e.-was' ja the
hospital nearly all the tinae 'te was
there." i;.- - .'-y-
S.'-That baby," said the delighted
mother, "we look upon as, the flower of
the family." Being a boy and robed in
yellow flannel, she oughtlo have called
mi the aa flower ? . ?
CS5A witty fellow slipped down on
ou icy pavement. "While sittiug he mut
tered, 'I have no desire to see the town
burned down, but I sincerely wish the
etreets laid in ashes." .
:Z'M isr 'fr ' Vfl ..V-
XA jawyer. beingCMckiimade his
agt will and testament, and gave all his
property to fools and madmen. ' Being
asked itne.reason for so' doing he said,
"Front -each I got it, and to such I re
turn it." ' - V
Jerrold was enjoyinga-drive one
day with a jovial speudthriftr.Well
: jJ.errOjJdBaid the driver of -a, very fine
j paitof grjf "what da you; think iyf my
prays?" "To tell you the truth," said
l- Jerrold,il' jwas just'tlwnking jof your
A man in Iowa' ii ad his nose bit
ten off the other day in an affray begun
bytihJselQ foufsr.herjto a,n5
ger ofbeing indicted for getting up tbe
.uarreL' Any grand jury .that will have
to examine his case and face will have to
report, "iVo bill found." '
Stl After P'Contell obtained) tie
littal of a ho'rse-stealer, Che thief, "in
"Uch! Counselor, in troth l ve no way
. to thank yer honor, but I wish't I saw
. Y . you knocked down in me own parish, an'
J V- . ' sure wouldn't I bring a few to the res-
;. ' ' .;j 'I. 'it'iH
-., -' ; t'flle'8 a vounsr man after mv own
4 heart," said a lady to a caller, of one
' K - - who .had just passed her window.
65: "i", "Then he, told Mary :a awful story ' las
- ' - : : njght, pother a.fVc he ihqugijtjjd gone
, , ' ; f jwrpiKBp,;fiu iuiiiOBio, :t;Biiu.iWii5 circle,
-, 'for heaidhc wa8n't- after'anybotly's
t-l'.ii:--. heart but hfeTSJ't-'13 il,J teLm-
Sr: -.' fjPanl Pry, one day, espviBir a man
v Sr'8 !;tsrtHy'tluiJ isMi him what
c - l ne was aigging , . . . .
''Andj-what are jow going jto ao with
-T ' ;. . C ji euch big.holet'- isaid.iBiuli -:i j s ;ii o:ii
wOdiai tomaktf it lnti smalt holes,
andtail. it 'Iotob fellers to set fence
,:.posUnrt : ' :
- Y . "Toeraelesscam p sent tothe
.: -' Loniivilte :Briteria-JF(raiiw obit-
'0 ariHonW'i C. .Whittborfte, one of
t-if o-heJ5rckinri'age Efeeliors fSfTennlssle.
r.'.-C,v:.' .-The notice statftrl that ttiA funttrol jianl.
; i;? 7'es were conducted by the Kev. N. G.
i Tavlor.fTh'fkfttrffh tnfcn.fti3jirflKat
I i y tne itev. jir. la yior is Mr. VV hitthorne's
.jtompetitor,- being an JUlectobikA the "Belf
ticket nd that iheJwp.had a discussion
"fcthe.ilkta'wher to have
.diedj in which he, got the, worst of the
7 ft A:vtravclBr ,wbfTrode a horse . of
- rveryt large size, and especial! y of uncom-i
. -rmonTieiigia,' jately stopped at a- pnbho
house in the western part of Massachu
setts, and ordered his steed to be put in
Ihe stable. Feeling ,uBxious: For the
.oriifort of hisfour-footed companion, he
afterward inquired of the hostler' if he
. X liad put his horse' up as he' directed,
"why, yes, I've put up one end of
nim;4ie s spjong JL.had toIeaye thejt)ieT
cna in yie orcnara.
sofjrers, said a newlv
,elevfe;dL.ieutenantpf militia, Tm all-,
:fir?4 obliged.to yo' for ' this shove up in
i; the janks yoa. have given me,-:. Fellow
s' sogers, - Pin . not. going to .forget your
kindness soon, not by a darned sight; and
. dyWtehfrQApipe J?oard, so long
as there's peace, but as I c-o in fnr rntn.
trx ;as3 - " v' XT-
v Siftfe ! l come .to ;
resiTiff f' "
resign right off, and give.very fellow ai
tuiT enate lor glory, and all that 'ere.'
BTwaX dandies were, some time ago4
taken - before a' 'Dublin- --mah-istrar .'
charged with "intendinffto fighta duer.'
The J ustice, who .was a shrewd and wag- :
glsh -man, hadstr6ng doubts as k the !
really pB'gn'aeroas' lhclinati6h'ofiefther
tt? tHigerente- bo he dismissed tbem
,jiponi,promiBe,'not to earrv the matter
y.,qjrhex, ' .hn;tr added, Gentlemen, :! let
2.j9u,ou. wr. fimep.-Djut, upon my scon
c4u.c, ji luii me uruuifuti asrain riptnrp
you are brought aeain before
me, I'm blest jf.I don't hincl eyou .bo'tlvr
down to fiorht."
They did p.ot offcni.l
LETTER FROM AUTEMtJS" WiRD, Jr. j
Interview with Mr. Dotitrlaa' Grand Fir- i
i J. i , tOB Shw. ft. ; i r j
Mister Editkr: I secz my quil to
inform tlie publik thru the medium of
your kolunis of the grand addishun I
hav" gest inaid too mi grate rnetropoliti
eiiin eho biznes, and darin Slak rope
and gim nastic Surkus. Last nite I had
an iutervu with Stcvun A. Duglas, tbe
renound politikal ainbidixter and pro
prietor .and Cheef Kloun in the grate
populer suverenty sho. Mister Duglas
is generally kald the little giant from
his haven performed the grate feet of
wakin the wholoi length of Mason and
Dixon close line with the dred skot
! 1 ' Ki !n nnr. ti .mi ,1 fii.il I11LJ nrlli-llA
VIlvlaiMJUU 111 Uliv Uiinu, uuu uio n uure
popular suverenty sho in the utherj and
allso pulin up the niammuth tre kald
the,1misoorie r.,Jcompromizc, which was
first' planted in 1787 by Thomas Geffer
son and others, and set out agiu in 1820.
Mister Duglas puld-up this tre and the
constitution with it and plast them un-
der his 'feat. C
But I waz goin on to sa that he haz
bin travlin thru the estern and suthern
states perforniin his tricks and speakin
his pees. I.The. wa he takes urn iu with
his pop"iler suverenty game is not slo.
He holds ont a big bill to the people and
sez, . theres populer: suverenty-theres
the gratest prinsipul. At first tha think
tha sea it; but when tha look a little
sharper it evanishes like , a du on the
orientle kornstalk when the noonda son
rizes irPthe east -bn a thunderin hot day
in. the middle of juli; it kant be found
no', where, , , The .. folks sometimes get
mad and korner him in a tight plase, but
he is tarnal smaul and kin eraul thru a
mighty little hole. But tha sa he did
One crate trik-at won plase he ate an
ox and 20,000 klams. , r ..,
- As soon as 1 herd ot his ; arrive m
toun 1 went to pa him a visit.' I found
him in his sho room speakin his- pees.
I thowt 1 wouldn t be. very formal,-and
sez I hav'nt ye got that pees larnt yet?
SerTie? Tis"-t urthers sdnr oi ' the tioefc
trin that the people dont beleev! and.l
hav to alter it occashunally to sute th"
plase. .Scz I, how dooyou like the sho
bitness? Sez he, it dont pa'.j- Sez I, mi
groned and a tere started in hiz i: and
I sez he, I thowt I shood make a good
iaeai out-oi , mi popuier suverenty; dui,
sez ne, it nas spt tne nuit sno; tne peo
pie begin too sea thru it, and, tha sa it
is a humbug, fcez he, as soon as 1 hav
yused up mi posters and advertisements
I shal throw it overboardr i i i i L',
Sez I. Du?rlas whattle ve take for ver
o - j 4
populer suverenty Sez he ile eel it
cheap. 1 told him 1 dident know how
todiinanage his tricks but I wood go into
partnership with him in the sho biznes.
Sez befits a bargain. I then axt whot
he thot of takin along some darkees. to
dans the',i6rnp!peL ' Sez he, I 'want hav
enny thing icrdoo with the nigger biz
nes asin it don't pa. He sed he went
into' the nigger bizness in 1854 and: had
bin gom down hill ever sins; he sed it
had nurly rooinedhim. The little giant
then purt'ormed : on the' .slakrxope, and
klimb up a greet pole and spoke his pees
on the top. One of Abe Lincoln's ralps
was next browf in, and Duglas was . set
on and rode out thru the : back dore. -
Doglasia about 5 - feet hi and a thun
derin grate inan for wun of his size. I
maid a.frcnological examination of him
Hc is a man of tremendous pour. Iliz
3 are huge... His bump of humbugg
ing is as bisasagoos ez. uonseensnus
ness is kaved in. Heed make a firstrate
crier. in. the sho ,bizBesi hisbump ot
telhn yarns aint smaul. '
. Duglas an4 1 have kompleted our pro
gram for our, nu sho. , We call it the nu
yunion sho, and greest pole, surkus, to
eetheVil Jtther alarmih and darin
teets. ;' . ..;'-
; Duglas will purform the grand double
and single handed game.' of ..populer
suverenty. This game can be "seen best
with the ize sheL But I must klose.
W are goin! wfetward in a few daze.'
Yurs in hast, ff;7 . . '
iiJTT m " ArTESIUS WARD, Jr
pee es Duglas sez give populer suver
H DIED POOEt
Wi??it. was a gad funeral to me7-said the
speaker; "the saddest I have attended for
years. . tA
"That oi Hidmondsonr
:ttYes;"f cf v'TT-, :-
"How. did he die?.".. ..
to " oor-r-popr, as poyertyi his lite was
one long struggle with the world, and a
every ' disadvantage. 1 Fortune mocked
him all. the. while with gilded promises
UMLt-syere. destined never to know fulfill
" "Yes, he was patient and endrin,
remarked one of the.company.. r.
wM Patient as a Christian; enduring as
martyr, - was tha answer, c fl'oor man
He' was worthy or a better fate.' ; He
ought to have succeeded, Tor he deserved
SUCCeSS. ,i ti-r
"Did he not" succeed?" questioned the
one . wb'o had spoaetf'of his erseVrenc
and endurance. ,
V;?'Sro, sir; he died pporj as I have just
ever succeeded.. A strange fatality
seemed to attend every enterprise.
4'L was; with him ift hjs last.moments,
said another, 'and thought h&died rich.
')Hof heshas left nothing behind," was
repiiea. "ne neirs win nave no con
cerhiastb the -admrmsttatjii of jthjejes
I 'He left a good name," Bail 6he,aPd
that is something. .,-.,.,: ' - r: -i . ; '.
v lf'And a legacy of noble deeds that
were done in , the ' name : of t humanity)
remarked another.. ;v. !i! i ?
-.'liessons of patierice in . suffering,; of
hope iu adversity, of heavenly con2
dencewhe'n no teunbeams fell upon his
bewildering path," was the testimony of
anoiner. , .
1. riAnd high . trust, manly courage, he
roic fortitude. '-"
.iiTU.. 1, :!, ' il l.i:
declaration; "richer than the millionaire
who went' to his long home thf same day
a miserable pauper" in all but gold."''A
sad -funeral, did' you;5 say? No- my.
friend, it is rather a triumphal proces
sion!' Not the burial of a human clod,
but the ceremonial attendant of the trans
lation of an angle. 'Did not succeed!'
W iry hrs' wh o 1"1 If e; war a'fefieyof-'Stie-cesses.
Iif'eryonflrct fiecimVoff the
; victcrr, and now the victor's rown.-iB on
victor, ana now me vioiar s rown.-ia
hia:it0W. ;::, AQy gra8ping, sosnlfess, s
fish man, with a share of brains.m
theMnmonev and ,earn the krt
gjithej in " mojiey,; and learn the art of
keeping it; but not one iu a hundred can
bravely .cpnquer in. the battle of life as
Ediuondson !has conquered, and step
forth from the ranks of men, a Christian
" '.i.- rr JTT. r JC... Cr- '
i' BL''EvefjrBody ia Naples," says a
i recent Letter, -"irowjocupTOr biwself;
herself exclusively :with politics-ii-ven
I tho children 'do-.so: I just heard a little
- l t DO3.?V0 years oi age, ,say tp a gin - oi
: uiiuc, in yuu piv hku. uici x
' three, 'Hill you play with,, pief 1: will
-.PTyr'Long lire Garitvildi!' you shalj an-
, .. .1 I : a 1 . tj . t l T 1
sv;cr, 'Louis live-tin;
Kir.irT, -and,. I- tviil
FALL AND WINTER FIRES!
B Y ;' . , ; i !
neorporatod 1819-Charter Perpetual.
CASH CAPITAL.. $1,500,000,
' ABSOLtTTE AND UNIMPAIRED.
NET SURPLUS OF 500,000.00,
And the preetiee of 40 years success and experience.
Upward of S1S.000.000 of losses have becu paid by
the jKtna Insurance Company In the pnst 40 years.
The value of reliable Insurance will be apparent
from the following
.OSSES ' PAID BY ' THE iETNA
DURINO THE PAST FIVK YEARS" '
n Ohio, - - 8431,5-20 83
n Wisconsin, l()fi,!S3 (17
n Kentucky, - 204,939-40
In Miuhljtan, - $158,043 81
!lndiana. - -M63U 81
tn Illinois, - - 44et.3-2? 4W
Missouri, - - - 3H4-518 04
Iowa Minn., 101 J)9 46
Tennessee, - - 97.54!) 21
Kansas & Neb., 19.945 77
Art. ot Ga., -. 23.945 09
Penn. & Va., - 3135 82
Mississippi and Alabama, - - - $52,413 IS
Fire and Inland Navigation Risks accepted
terms consistent with solvency and proflt.
Kspeehtl attention sivn to JnsuraHc or-uwiurti-i
IpiGSand contents, for terms or I to 5-years.
The solid service Ions and successfully tried, and
the many -advantages tiro, Jitna Insurance Company
possess in us un, aouru norm ovrioiK j
thoso ready to insure and understanding their best
Durinsr "strineent times" tbe necessity for rename
Insurance becomes an lmperativo.lmx the abil.ity
t sroperiy owners to susiam ios uouig vnen uiuuu
lassenadi ' ;4 " i- i .- i ti
Aeoncies in-' all tne tinnclnal ciUp and towns
tftroughont tbeKtato. i.Holicies issued without delays
hv snv ot tne auiv auincrizeii as. nia oi me iomuuuy.
11 lousiness aiieuuco o wun o;miicd inu uuir
itv . . ... ( ORES BRAJC;H, Arert,
Sept. 20.-3S'3m. ,. r. fomerov, y.
Exclusively . Fire Insurance.
POME RO Y AGENCY,
: DIA M HASTTAM
No. 68 Wall Street, Hew York,
vTM. PITT PALMER, President.'
ASDREW J. SMITH. Secretary.
W. P. Palmer,:-
Petkr Cooprr, '
A DOU6TUS V. "VVjLR, ..
Jamks Collet, ;. ...
Moses Taylor, ... ,
1,. S. Sitarez.
John Steward,- ...... -
John C. Green, ., .
amuei. F. AIott, ,
Rfpcs L. Lord, : .
Kdwin 1). MoRGijr,
KlCHAHB TlGHB,. n
Robert B. Mintprh,
1 110 iS VV. i'EARSA
t.BKN 13. UROrKER.
Thi3 stanncb olil Comnsnr liaving fully complied
with' the laws of this State, continue to insure the
safer classes of property -
Against Loss or Damiigc by Fire,
at as low rates as other first class Stock Companies,
Tliulr "TTOIHMffS are-Irootwt -Tmmr4 1 itiits. inn
avoiamg litigation, nay nig naa oniy one lawsuit
dunnr a businusstjl
Particolar alteiitiou riven to-tli Insurance of
Faxrn Property, Isolated Dwellings,
and tlieir-Furnituitei Polioieslesneil for tne? terra of
ONE, ' THREE, or .FIVE r YEARS,
LOSSES conitably adjusted and promptly paMf in
Cash attUU Agehcv.. . ' '' -' :
w :. JAMF.SKALSTOH.Agent.
WESTERN "BRAkciI ' OFFICE,
Nd. 1 Superior . Street,. Cleveland, .0.
I . - S. S. COE, General Azent.
JDHN SEWELL, Assistant. Apr. 24, 'CO. ltBm
Regular Marietta and; Cincinnati l'acke
J. J. BLAGG. Master; ...
JOHN HE1SXER, Clerk;
Leaves Cincinnati every Thursdirf t 5 o'clock,
r. h. passing romeroy n isnturaay avuo'ciocs. a m.
Leaves Marietta, every Monday at S o'cloelt jl; m.
Leaves Comeroy every Tuesday at 6 o'clock a. h.
For freight or passage apply on ooam nrto -i
OS & MONTGOMERY,
I! WILLIAM DESJi I SON, Governor., of the State
i ofOliio. do hereby, notify the qualified Kl colors
nftlm Stiite of flblo to assemble in their respective
Townships and Wurls.at the usual place of bplqing
Eiecttuns.un 1 uesuay, being tne si$ui aay oi ivovc tu
ber, A. D. I860, and then and there to proceed, as
tho taw streets, to elect twenly-tbree; Klec.tprs of
President and Vice President of the Omted States,
In ipursuance of tfio Constitution and Laws of ' the
United States, aud-ofth1 fitate.-r 4 . ,
IN TESTItONY'-VHERF.OFf:l bflTe hereunto
!-set myhaodaivi.eausod the Great Seil of t-
tJ!afJ tu,-Uii9 seventeenth day of Sepiomber, in
tha year Of our Eofd 'One Thonsand fiight Hundred
ana fi&W,-unllof -tb independence of tho Uirited
Stiites the Eighty-Filth. I
I By the Governor: i,;i"vVlLLIAM l'ENXISOjf.
l.Mvfaihi.i Secretary of iitate. j nj
ITeiTe"rt'ynryremrig--to oTrtreorrect topy
of the original, transmitted io me by the Governor.
Heiit. 28, I860. 33-51 J. J. WHITE, S. 31. C.
if -j-. ' j ' j ti". ;- ;
Dry Gopds&Caxpet Store.
r'-.Nos. lbi, .103 and '. 100. West , Fourtli' Street,
J. ...CINCINNATI, ..:r:;i :. r
"..Importers of ,m'- 2'-.-i
Brir (goolilH; 'Cab
Are now opening an extensive and complete
, - ' . assortment ':ot,'.". -j . ;
F ORElG If , AJJD- A TVtKBIC AjH" ' ,
.. etc.,. etc: ''
.'if-.: fEamilles, Htel Keepers, Steanboat A.
Owners,. and Purchasers, generally, may
-depend, upon, finding the beat .class, of Goods,
at prices as low as they can be pur- ' "
chased in the ' Eastern Cities.
Sept. 14, IP00.36-3m '
F 0 E . A L L.
f iXHE subscriber .having 'just returned from
JL the Last witu an eiegsirij stock ot
Pry Goods, - Notions, . Hats,
i. . r uaps, uoots, Baoes, accv .
Will oft'er them -to the publi at ten per- cent
p advance on cost, fur. ' - '.-.. .
CASH OR-READY- PA
In this proposition there is no humbug, but
an actual fact, which we would take pleasure
in -demonstrating to tie satisfaction '. of any
party favoring us with an examination of stock
and prices".'. f, , , . . . "
3 "We-wll .enumerate.. a' iew articles, giving
Best mitddei' prints.
10c per yard.
Good bleached ninslin
4 bleached muslin .........
.....10c ' '""'
...... 8a '"'
Latest styles best delaines...... ...15 to 20c "
Cashmeres ".:...J.JI1..; l.'ifi ' -
Bonnet ribbons from "...'.. ......... .10 tp:40c?'
Fine Frtnch.wool delatnc,.'...,..50 to '75c? r
j (Usual price, 75 to $1.00 )
Ladies' heavy kip shoes. ..T...."....$l per pair;
Ladies' calf.....'...!.V:.;.."....: 1 25:J " 4
LtiliesfiicBl' eaie.i...:;..l.V...i.:. 1.25 Q 1 40,
: And' -all other good Hrold-at- proportionable
orjtic Tobn consiieratJonUinre, ffitvo
C .A S H
From this dat: 'w posliitfely
. continue the credit business, for good nnd suf-
We i-espectfully aslf n 'examinatianr'bf ear
stock, tnd if tho Ooods suit, prices shaH'snit.
Jan. ,'60. 1-fcf MifMkport) Ohio.
- - t JUt
2 WSg ".
AS REMOVED . HIS JEWELRY
Tin'n.Vlno- immediately at 'the Head
Landing Road, nest door below Remington's Store, and informs
herewith, all his customers and the public in general, that he
did, at the same'time, open Ids new Stock, comprising all the
latest patterns of :
Of everv description, which he will
rants evtjry article to bs of the value represented.
Hi3 Store-Koom is spacious, and espressiy imeu up iur uie commoaious recep
tion of Customers, where they will and a prompt and satisfactory attending in all
their wants appertaining to his business.
'All his work, stteh aa ' .
wiTCJi, CLOCK AHD JJWSLP.Y HEPAIRIHG,
Will bVexecute'd ii'the very besi mauner,
warranted to give satisiaction; oinsrwisa
To all from whom he has received patronage, he returns cordial thanis, and
wishes for a contiauahee of the Eajae.
2'."3-tf At the head of Wharf-iJoat Landing Road, Pomeroy, O.
if t ;
Thirty Dollar Double lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING .MACHINE.
A Beattiful Gift for Hmhands to their rWivet
'' '- - ; and Daughters. ;
miie introduction of this most beantifniria" emi-
X ncntlv l.ractueal machineilll- Urlng Joy and glad
ness to the hearts of thousands of our country
women throughout the laud. It is pronounced by
ti,n ,jt inrfecs to be the most simple, practical and
durable Jiacliine now' before the .public,- ahd the
most desirable l'5f 'fiimily Hso; be8ifs.' reliable and ac
curate n all kinds of work, using any. size and kind
of thread, from No. 8 to 200. It will sew. with equal
facility the thickest and thinnest goods usea in a
family. We enumerate a few of its snperiof ad-
lot. "It makes tho strongest; 'most elastic and du
rable stitch of any yet made. .
2d. It has the best and most reliable feed ana does
not break needles. ,
3d. It sews- froar two common spools without i
wimlinp. .' ..- ... . '
4lh.lt uses' no oil on top, thus preventing the
damaging ot goods. . i . .
nih. It runs with irreat ease, and auietly.
6th. It can beu'irdrstooll and operated upan with
very liltW instruction. ,
Jth. It is sold f r Ihe low price of thirtj dollar.
Specimens of its work will, be sent to any one de
sirous of seeing them, by letter, or the Jl.tchine and
work can be seen al the agents' residence, next door
to Dr. Train's Office, near the Bank Buildihg.
a-. : McSlASTEU rtc. SOW,
Sole and exclusive agents for Maigs,-Athens ami
Washington Counties, Ohio. Jan. 3, '59. J-tf
WHEELED & WILSON'S
TflB,;EtEGANCE, SPEED,;; NOISELESS
ness . and-. simplicity of ..theJ'Machine;: thq
beauty and st.renirth of stitch being alike on
both sides, impossible i-to ravel, and learing no
ridge on tho nn(icr ''sKlc,::ec(Juomy of thread and
adaptability to the finest or thinnest of fab
ribshairendered tliii flic moat popular Ftjmily
Sewing Machine in use. , , , .... : . !,.,..
Printed: 'instructions ' accompanying ach
5Iachine,J. to .enable'' purchasers to " sew ordi
nary seams r- stitch, felt,' 'quilt,' gather, tuck
and bind; also, to keep the Machine, in orders. ,
Each Machine is warranted , for three -years.
For Further. jioa-twulars. apply to' the under-
siffned ajrent. j ,. V ., C E. DONNALLlt.. !
Pomeroy November,. '59. tf : .... .: .?
C h a 1 y b e a t e E, est o r a t i v e
- An aperient and Stomachic-preparation of IUOX
puriflpd of 03syen and Carbon by combustion in
Hidtogv'!HetJid:Tjftfie hiest.Me4rc'a" Au
thorities, both in iiuropo and lhe Unilou &tales,'anu
prescribed in tnelrjlraotret.T ; v
Tbe experience fef thousftifds' dally proves that no
preparation pf Iron enH)aJiiompared wtth'it. jbn
lipritesi tfio 'blodlt. AcpressliJn tC vital energy,
pale ifnd'rfthc'Tiyrse Wckly coinllexloiis indieat its
necessitynilmost oysry conceivable case. .
MnnbxWasi'in-. .-aU-'i maladies in' which i haA'bccn
tried.it has proved n,bsoluttly curative in each of
,1... inmnlnmltf V7-
'-txt fei(lt4 tJerVouB 'A'flofctiorisEmaeiatiori, DVs-
jiepsia, Ooasilpation: J liarrhoeailjyswtery, Incipient
. j i'. . i .. 'T'..-.. i c i ijL.
Ii'sjhehstraatibn, '.Whites: Clilorbsls',J Liver 3 Com
plaints, farbnlo' &eadae1i8, Hhemmatism, Inter
loittent Bevera, lEtorple 04 4i)o Eae,iUtJi .
In cases of GcRtlui liLiTy; whot.'rer the result
of acute diseaseorf Jie continued diminution of
nervous, anu lliuscuiar ein:ri: iruui i-iiroiue com
plaints, .one tVt-.it-of 'this restorative has proven suc
cessful to an cxtenti which no description nor written
attestation'woitiiair.?nder credible; Invalids so long
bed-ridden as to have become forgotten in their oivn
neighborhoods, have suddenly re-appeared in the
busv world as if just-returned from protracted travel
in a" distant land, fr-ome very signal instances of this
kind are -attested of female Sufferers;' emaciated
victims of-apparent marasm.is, sanguineous exhaus
tion, critical changes, and that complication of nerv
ous and' d-ys)ieptik; & version, tOiatr. -hnd; exercise for
which.t.he physician has no name. . .
In,Nervnus Affections of all kiiufs, and for reasons
faiuiliat to piedjcal men, the operation of this pre
paration of .iron must necessarily be-salutary, for,
unlike tie old oxidco, it is vigurbngly tonic, without
being exciting, anil overheating; and gently, regu
larly aperient, evyn in the most obstinato cases of
costiveneas without ever being a gastric purgative,
Or iuiUctiug'a disagreeable sensation. . '.
:. It . is. tiiis latter property,- among :olhers,' which
makes It so remarkably, effectual an1 pcrtnanent a
remedy for Pigs, upon which it also apnears to exert
a distimlT trnH-vpnTttM ctiM, by dispersing tha local'
tendeney-whicii for.us ihem.; ... ,.. .... ; -
Iu rjjsfcpsia, inunmerabio as aro Its cnitsftv, a
slnete box .of tbeso Chalybeate Pills ban.. often
i suihced.for Uie.inost habitual cases, including the at--i
temlenl Cosliveuess. . . , .
In unchecked UntrrlUKa, even whun advanced to
Dysentery, couuriued, einanpiaviiigy and apparently
malignant, the effect have Ju equally. uecittvo
and astonishing., , :. . ,, ... ;!
lu tiio local puins, loss of iResh. and .treii",th, de
Uilitatiag icough,, ami reinittout liectie," which
generally 'Judicata Incipient , Consumption,' this
.retu'dy ia ttllayud, tiie iilann. of friends and hysi
cians, in several very gratifying and :iatersting in
stances. . . . . . . t.- "
In Scrofulous,. Tubexeulosi, this medicated iron
has had Tar more thali the gool cffectT'of the most
cautiously balanced prerrnration9 t( iodine, witiinut
ai'y'of thoir well known riabililis'.-
'i'Us attontUiu i'f .females cannot bo too confidjatly
'BiViMd totlris reihedy'alid restorative, in the cases
peculiarly iitfeelirg them.: - - -., ; : . , . .
In Khuu(Bathii,iliotli Chroiiie"and liiflammntory
in tiie i:.iti', however, in'irti.;deciUolly. na3, i,Jen
invariably well reported, btth is .JleViating pi. in
and reducing the S'.v.ilii.gs and stillness of thejoiuts
and iiiiij-eti'f . ' " j ! i-j t'. 1 f, "
lu ti.torinittein Po'vors it in u'sC necessarily b'J a
great reiiiuiU antit'iiorir
He restorative, and its nro-
bt - the-vVest,-wiU-uwb-
!' 4iiirlt roiiuwii iiud-uscfuliiess. .
, liaiipy.Miil Mii i-est iralive vir.-tst r(.i.l appetite
u implole iffgelinii-,-rapil ai-hlitioif 'of strength,
w'l!l ll,uu"l, disposition lor ative uud cheerful
' Puiiiplu :ieat flat ineUil bnvcscoutuinlngSo 'pitts,
price 50 cents per box; lor sale by druggists and
dealers.!--AVjll bent free to any addressoli reotMpt
of the price. All letters, orders, etc.,.should bo.ud
tirv'sseu to .' . ' ' v.-
II. it. I.OfKE & Co , General
Agents, 'Ni Y.
uct. 12, 00-40-1 v
l- A '- G
i- IB. K ft!
STORE TO A. BURNAP'S NEW
of the AVharf'-Roat
at very reasonable prices, and he war
prompt and durable.
' All iis'rrork ia
for it will be re-
tne money laid ouv
W. A. AICHER, Jeweler.
B, SKIRVIN. X. H. KELLET. . COL. THOS. SMITH.
EXCEUIOR M AftBU W0nKSt
RACINE, MEIGS CO:, 0.
Opposite the U. S. Hotel, and two Boors
Isortti (if (Jot. &nuth s Nore.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
t'ully infoiul the citizens of Meigs and ad
joining counties, that they are now prepared to
furnish to order, - . ; ;
Monuments, Head-stones, Counter-Tops,
and everything in their line, of the most ap
proved style and very best quality ot
Foreign or American Marble.
Those wishing to obtain GOOD WORK, of
this-kind, at prices which cannot fail to suit-
will do well to give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere. We are resolved to give full satis
faction to all. who may favor us with their pat
ronag, personally, or by order. '
; j J ; SKlKVIiS, KELLEi & SMITH.
Aug, 17. 1-33-tf : '
TirE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST OPENED
'an extensive assortment of Groceries, Pro
visions, Queensware, Shoes, &c., &e.; at, Jen
nings ond stand, near the l.olhng Mill, winch
will be sol.l UNUSUALLY LOW,
Constantly on hand;
Buckwheat Flour, Prunes,
Corn -'leal, cranoerries,
. Out-Meal, . ' ' - Sugar,
Pried Apples, tottee,
. Dried Beef,
'' Currants :
- &c, ...
C. E. D0N.NALLT.
2-0-1 v '
:- White Fish,.
Pomeroy, March 1.-
PL AH" IIT G MILL, NO. 1.
JOHN r5. IAVIS,
OF the Sugar Run Planing Mill, hits a large
assortment of Lumber, either rough ot
rlaned. on hand, which will be sold as low as
,inv other establishment can afford to. Ashe
is a practical mechanic, ho will gnarantee that
his work will be executed in a manner to sm
purchasers, and prices shall correspond to the
nuaiiiy oi me in:iirti. - - -
All orders addressed to JOHN S. DAVIS,
Box No. 75, P. O Pomeroy, or Montgomery &
Iloadley, AVharf-boat, Tomeroy, will be promptly
attended to. Imay mw.6-M-yj
JOSEPU PATTO.V. . DAS. E. SMITU
ITaviti" recentlv formed a partnership for. the
Q B -
purpose of carrying on the
In all its departments, respectfully invite the ntten
lion of this community to our present stock o
fb which will constantly be added sew supplies, as
the demands f trade may require.
The junior partner having had a long experience
in the business ill this market, is enabled to procure
just such stocks as is required for tne marKet, at
Prices to Suit All.
. Country merchants will do well by giving us a call
uetore purcuasing eisewnere.
'Our stock comprises .Sugar, Molasses; Coffee, Tea
Rice. Tobacco. Cierars. Hams. Codfish, Mackerel.
Halibut. Confectienaries, Willow Baskets, a large
lot of Matches, &c, and all the nick-naeks usuall
fcml In sm'h establishments. ' ' - .
. Countrv Produce wanted, for which tho highest
market price will bo paid. t.
We also purpose doing a
COMMISSION, BUSINESS; v
..Our Establishment is on Front Street, un.de
(lie "Gibson House," - HOinerby, O. --
April 20, I860 3-IO-tf v .. -j.:
Whitmore, WolE DufiE & Co.
. importers nnd,Pealers in , ..
k H'AllDiWA It E S
SIGN OF THE ANVIL, -
Nou'Se'-Woal St- three? doors " above St,
j Charles Hotel, .
, , : f PITTSBURGH, PA., '
HAVE now in stock a full assortment of English
a.-rmau and American Hardware, of every de
scription, which is unrivaled in extent and variety
by any other establishment in tne country- . '-
Having direct connections with the manufacturers,
onr facilities for obtain'msr roods are such as enable
ns to-sell.-a prices itstw as can be fquud in Any of
the, fosTKRN -MARKETS. : " t. ? r
lluyers will promote their own interests by exam
ining our stoK ana prices oeiore purchasing.
We are agents for the sale of Wilson, Hawksworth,
Ellison & Co. "s Celebrated Steel ; Watrouss, Ship-
man & Co.'j Adjustable Handle Drawing Knives,
Troemner's Philadelphia ScaleSjjJfckBsland's patent
liox Irons; and seil at niaiS"fWvuriiSTSTPtces "Nov
elty" and "Variety" LocksBitoJkasilLippincott
& Co. and Ncvmycr& tTraSPs-AxesfihoJ-els, Saws
&c: nmlse'8 Kentucky Co- Bella, tateift and com
mon Boring Alaclnne&iitJlettles. Agble-parers.
nuicncr s -f-""':7" W " JlTIft -"" riusps
Witherby's fitsaiStTrftwlnfcrKiiives, Coe'
Wrenches, strlj1jStm'i&aJv5Rble and pocke
uilcuMjrmjsijiwtilii! nwNfritaii uruuus, oicig
Kells, MfSTKrriaPjj Beno.ws, (Jfiains, oic., oic.
. i.-.;.'.' -.?-
nrtflE undefijljjkill PaJ' tu0 "ig"est cash
i market price tor rags. Also, 1 elts, i urs.
Sfieeftfefcias, etc. " - ,e 'n ' i
,iriippTB!r Paper; Cigars: Nails - &c.l given
in exchatig.wiicji desiredarid constantly kept
on Jiapd, in sufficient .quantity to supply the
riiarket, a lair figui-ea.. 'j :t . j
CaU at the PQuieroy WJiarf-boat, Pomefov, O.
Sept: '28, 'Ce. 38-ly'' ' T. BRUNKER.
Jloud Notice, .
NOTICE is hereby rViveri Wat a petition will
' be presented to the Commissioners; of
Meitrs County at their December session, A. 1).
18G0, praying for tlie vacation of -that, part of
the Cotinty road which is on the front part of
100 acre lots No.s 178 and 179, and in Lebanon
township, .Meigs County! Ohio, and known as
thfi.'iCi-aU Estate;! how owned by Aaron. Hall.
October 1G, 18(50-4 l-4t AARON HALL.
' i east side of Butternut street, described as fol
TAIV & '..WtftTEHl GOODS thenndWdll..ilf of Lot No. 220; and the
i-undivided half of so much of the north-western
TUSTRSCMVKD, a complete assortment of; pnrt of Lot No. 221 ns is not owned by Thomas
Reasonable .Good, conaistinsr of Drv Goods, i Whiteside,, with the Mill, Buildin-r, Engine and
liooks.'S; t'itionei'3r;JfatsCnps, Uonnets, Triiu
minjrs, Notions, Hardware, Queensware, Stone-
waii'e,'ro8ories," Oils, Manilla, and Cotton Rape,
Cord and Twino; .Wall and 1 Window Papers,
Clothing Shoes, Cpmforts and Oil Clothsi, Nails,
Cit-vsji, "' tieoj, Musical Instruiuents, and any
otiier Coo ls thin-people want.
Oct. 1O18C0.-M-tf ' WM. IT. TtKMlXHTOV.
LOTS FOR SALE.
ON SUGAR RUN, NAY LOU'S RUN, AND
C&rr's Run.'' Application to be made to
M. Heckard, L'sq., Tomeioy.
Aug. 10,33-t S. W. POMEROY.
Thousands arc daily spenking in the praise of
DR.. EATON'S .
! T N V A AT T T T. V. C. 0 T? II T A ' T.J rjEXDERS his professional services to all
! X , t , Z . ' JL Southei n Ohio and Northern Virginia,
n-.a.nrr. nvt.Tifr wii.-n o-iv.Mi in time, it acts as ifbv are afflicted with cfincer, in any ot its
mnffic. and oni xriai. ai.onb will convince vou that f'tinperoufi ar.d other malignant tumors l
1 what we say is true. It contains
No Paregoric or Opiate ;
of any kind, and therefore relieves ly removing j
the sufferings of your cliilil, instead of by dkadepi- i
inu its sensibilities. For this reason, H commends
itself ns the on i.t reliable preparation now known
for Children Teethincr, Uiarrha;a, llysentery, Gripinsr
t in the Bowels, Acidity. of the Stomach, Wind, Cold i
i in the Head, and Croup; also for softeninz the gums '
redncinz inflanmiiition. rt'zulatinc the Bowels, and ;
relieving paiu, it has no equal tieinz an anti-spas- i
modic it is used Willi unfailinz success in all casesof
Convulsion or other Fits. As vou value Ihe life and !
health of your children, and wish to savs tbc in from
those sad and blighting consequences which are cer
tain to rwsult from the use of narcotics of which all
other remedies for Infantile Complaints are com
posed, take none bnt Dr. Eaton's Infantile Cor
dial, this you can rely upon. It is perfectly harm
less, and cannot injure the most delicate infant.
Price. 25 cents. Full directions accompany each
bottle. Prepared onlv by
No. 409 Broadway, New York.
Healthy human Blood upon being
livavs nrescnts us with the same essential elements.
and gives, of course, th True Standnrd. Analyze
the Blood of a person suffering from Consumption
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Ac, and we
find in every Instance certain deficiencies in the red
globules of Blood. Supply these deficiencies, and
ou ape mauo wen. i se nioou roou is lounueu upon
this Theory hence its astonishing success. There
dapted to the deficiencies of the Blood in different
diseases. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, or any af
fection whatever of the Throat or Lungs inducing
Consumption, use Mo. 1, which is also the Pi o. for
Depression of Spirits, Loss of Appetite, and for all
hrouic t;oinpiainis arising irom uver-use, irenerai
Debilitv, and Nervous Prostration. No. 2, fur Liver
Complaints, No. 3, for Dyspepsia. Being already
preparea lor aosorpnon u is miten Dy urops anu
carried immediately into the circulation, so that
hat vou gam von retain. 1 no no. 4 is for temaie
Irregularities, Hyateria, Weaknesses, &e. Bee spe-
ial directions for tins. For Milt hneum. irruptions.
Scrofulous, Kidney, and Bladder Complaints, take
No. 5. In all cases the directions must be strictly
followed. Price of the Blood Food, $1 per bottle.
Sold by CHURCH & DUPONT,
No. 4U9 Broadway, New YiTk.
And by all respectable
Droggists throughout the
Lt VEBt N VIGOR AT Ofty
'TIS COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMSi
. and has become an established fact, a Standard
Modicine. known ami ap-
proved by all tha
resorted to with con"
for which it is recora-
within the last two
all hopes of relief, as
certificates in my pos
ed, to the tempera
taking it, and nsed iu
gently oh tho Kowels.
Judgment guide you
Invigorator, and . it
plaints, Dropsy, Sour
rhoca. Billions At
ness, Cliolic, Cholera,
have used it. and is now
fidencc in nil the diseases
It has nred thousands
years who bad given ,up
ne numerous nusoiicueu
The dose must be adapt-
ment of the Individual
stK-h quantities as to act
Jict tne dictates oi your
in tho nse rf the Liver
will enre liver . Com
Stomach, Chronic Diar
tacks. Dyspepsia, Sura-
entery, Habitual Costive-
Choltra Morbus, Cholera
f emale w ea k nesse g.
. Flatulence, and may
Ordi ary Family
be used successfully as an
Medicine, it will cure
thousands can testify,) in
- Sick ; Headache,. , (as
twenty minutes, lr
fills are taken at the
, ing their testimony
two or three Teaspoon
commencement of an at-
All who use it are giv
l its favor. -
Mix water in the mouth with the Invieorator, and
swauow ooin logctner.
rrtce One Dollar per Bottle.
S A NFORD'S
FAMILY CATHABttC PltUt
Pure Vegetable Extracts, and rnt up in
Glass Cases, Air Tight, and will keep
. in any clundtc.
The Family Cathartic Pill is a gentle but active
Cathartic which the pro- i prietor hasused in his
practice ' - mora . tuan Jtwenty years.
The constants increas-, ingilcmund from those
Who have long usetf tbe -inns ana me saiisiac-
nn u.l.l,.li .ill nvi.Ace in rf.rr.trii tn ihi'ir. li
induced . me ; to jiiace if ,inein wiiuin ine reacuei
The profession ;well- H
fknow-that different Cn.
portions of the bowels
tbarics act oh diftori-'iit
The Family Cathartic
tl'ill has, with duo refer
isiieiL fact, been com
fof the urfst Vcsretal-le
ence to tilts well cstab-
pnumlud from a variety
Extracts, which act alike
ion every nart oi tne ai
mentary canal, aud ars
.good anil safe iu all
ease i where a t;atiiar-
tic is needed, sticll as
StmnacU. Pains in the
ness, Costiveness, Pain
whole bodv, from sud-
Derangements . of the
Hack and Lions, Sleepi-
iind Soreness ovr- the
den cold, which, frc
iqui-'Utly, if neglected,
I Fever.Loss of .Appetite,
(of Cold over tho Body,
lor weight in the had.:ill
1 Worms in. Children or
great Purifier of the
to which flesh "is heir,
lion iu tjiis advertise-
end in a long course Of
Adults, Rheit t iitisui, a
Blood and many disi-ascs
too numerous to mou
meut. Dose, I to 3.
; PHICS, THBEE DIMES.
The Liver Tnvisorator and Family Cathartic Pills
are retailed by Druggists generally, and sold whole
sale by the trade in nil he large towns.
S. J . ' . SAjrUnU,lil. II., ,:
, - ., Manufacturer and Proprietor,
3y. 335 Broadway, KeW York.
.MAiXHOOl), ' '
IIOW.XOST, IIOW BESTORED.
Just Pirfdis7ied,'m'a Scaled Envelopcx
A LECTURE on the hiatnre, treatment and radi
cal cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak
ness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involuntary
Ernissionr producing Irrrpotency, Consumption and
Mental and Physical Debility. , .
T4.V ROB. J. CULVERWELL, M. I).', "
The important fact that the awful consequences of
self-abrrS'i may be effectually removed without inter
nal medicines or the dangerous applications of caii
stics,iiistriimcnts, medicated bougies, and other em
pirical devices, is here " clearly demonstrated, and
the entirely now and hignly successful treatment, as
adopted by the celebrated author, fully explained,
by means of which every one is enabled to cure him
self perfectly, and at the least possible cost, thereby
avoiding all the advertised nostrums of -the day.
This Lecture will, prove a boon to thousands and
tbouands- ... ; . . . -
Sent under seal to any address, post paid, on the
receipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CH.
J. "C. KLINE, 480 First-Avenue,. New. York, Post
Box 4,586. , may I,. .'60- 17-lyj:
A Benevolent lilstitutlOH established by special En
" dowment. for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed
afflicted . with. Virulent and .Epidemic .Diseases,
.. and especially for the Cure of Diseases of the Sex
Hal Ocgans. ' . ' .
TXTEDIOAL ADVICE siven gratis, 1y the Scliria
IVi Surgeon, to all-who apply by letter, with a de
scription of their condition, (age, occupation habits
01 inir, oc:.,j aiiM.ni ujtQca ui cvbiuiuc uvuiiv, 11101-
icines furnished free of charge. ' " .'
Valuable Reports on-Spermatorrhoea and other
Diseases of the Sexual Organs, nnd on the New. Rem
edies employed in the Dispensary, sent to the af
flicted in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.
Two or three Stamps for postage will be acceptable.
Address, Dr. J. SKIT.LIN HOUGHTON. Acting
Sgrgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth
street Philadelphia, Pa. EZRA D. HEARTWELL,
GEO. FAIKCHILD, Secretary. : .t Presuloiit.
mHOMAS Winn, plaintiff, vs. Hannah Winn,
L defendant- Divorce Court- of Common
Pleas, Meigs County. The said Hannah' Winn,
ot Morgan County, in the estate ot Uhio, de
fendant, will take notice, that on tlie 18th
day of September, the said Thomas , Winn,
plaintiff, filed his petition against her, in the
Court of Common Picas for Meigs County, ask
ing said Court to be divorced from said defend
ant. Tlie said Hannah Winn is hereby noti
fied to appear at said Court, to be holden al the
Court-house in romeroy, on 2d day ot JNovem-
ber, A,. D. 1800, and , answer or demur to said
bill, or said decree will ,be taken against her
by default; cause 'assigned: three years"' wilful
absence. - v SIMPSON &' LASLKY,
, Sept. 21,;:60. 37-6t. Attorney tor plaintiff
'' . SHerliT's 'Sale.
S. A. Burnap and J. Carlwrighi vs. (leorge Stii'srs
: 4".. .. - and Joseph Palton, ft al. ...
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs
county, I will offer lor safe, at the door of
the Court-house in Pouieroy, at' 10 o'clock A:m.,
- On the 5th day. of jYovember, 18(30,
the" following described lands and tenements,
to wit: situate in the town of Pomeroy, on the
Roller,,ahd other machinery attached thereto.
To lie sold as the proderty of George Stivers, at
tlie suit of S. A. liiirnap and J. Cartwright.
Appraised at 1,100.
Terms of sale,-cash.
Oct.., 1809. aa-st,
J. J. WHITE,. S. M.
WM: II. & J. GRANT
ITAVING formed a partnership under the uhove
11 name, and having imrchased the fcfcCrystal Mill."
iii. Middleport. design running it regularly from this
time. We will pay the
Highest Market Price for Wheat,
i and other G rains, and hope by strict attention to
. busint' to merit and receive a good patronage.
I April 10, lt00. tf 'W M. 11. & J. GRANT.
U. G. C OLER
Without the Use . of the Knife. !
The following, among many oilicvs that might ;
be adiluceil, are testimonials from physicians of ;
extensive ami loug-eontinuccl practice: . . j
JClbaxt, Athens Co., ()., Jan. 12, 1SG0.
IlK. G. Coi.er Hear Sir: Having seen several ob
stinate cases of Cancer cured by your treatment, I
have no hesitation in saying that a speedy and per
manent eure ef Cancer in any of its forms may be 1
had. if application be made to von before the tumor
affects the vital organs. JOHN KAKH ART, M. 1). i
Harhisonville, !Meigs Co., Jan. 5, 18C0. ,
I take pleasure in certifying 111:11110.00168;
mode of treating Cancers is completely successful, j
as many difficult cases resulting in quick and peruia- ;
nent cures, through his treatment. have come under j
my notice, as a practisiug physician during the last
I2years. JOSEPH MOOKE, M. D.. :
Office and residence, opposite Hugg & Coe's ,
Drug Store, Middleport, Meigs Co. O.
January 24, I860. 3-4-y
National Dispensary for- Private Diseases,
Established January 1st, 1853.
$500, 850 FOISFEIT!
Tliree Eminent Phvslcia'ns in constant attendance.
The faculty of the institution, consisting of ;
PROP. EGBERT JACKSOS, .
Member of the Royal College ot .-surgeons, i.ono.011.
DK. ROBERT HERBERT,
Late -of Phil., a member of tha Society of Friends, and
M. EUGENE VELPEAU. . -
. Late of the Londoaann r-aris nospiiais;
CnnrnntPR under a Penalty of S500, n complete
cure of ever Sexual Disease, however aggravated
by neglect, ana wunoui uiercurj.
We are perfectly safe in making this offer, because:
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of curing. - ; . ' '!
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those Dreadful and Destructive practices which ren
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Dr. Jackson's I-Vmamc Monthly Pills, invaluable
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during pregnancy, U'st they sh-niM inar the hope of
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Tlie only Safe Preparation
That does not Dye, but icUl, restore
GRAY HAIR :
To its original color, by Nature's own process, is
Prof. 0. J. Wood's Celebriited
II AIR RESTORATIVE
In proof el the above assertion, read the following
testimony from distinguished persons from all
parts of the country. . : ; . ' ' !. - " '. '
Hon. Solomon Mask, Ann Arhor, Mich., says his
wife, whose hair had become very thin, and .entirely
white, was restored to its original brotvn color, and
thickened and, become beautiful and glossy upon,
and entirely over, the'head. Others of my family
and friends are using your Restorative with the hap
. Hon. Judok BREESEi Ex-S.ontor o.f Illinois, says my
hair wa9 prematurely gray, but by the use of Wood's
Restorative, it has resumed its original color, andj
have no doubt permanently so.
Hon. H.L. Stewart, says my hair was very: gray,
but after using two bottles, it restored it to its origi
nal color. '.' ,-';! '.- I - ' '1 "
Rev. J. K Braoo, BrooUlield, Mass., sars it has re
moved from my lieal Inflammation, dandruff, and a
constant tendenny to itching, and restored my hair,
which was gray, to its original color.
J. W. Davidson, Monmouth, 111., says my hair was
rwd-ttiirdg gray, -or rather white, bnt, by the appli
cation of tiie Restorative as directed, it has resumed
its original color. ' ' ' ' ' : '-' '
Dr. G. Wai.lis, Chicago, says, after nsing a great
many other preparations, all to no effect,! used one
bottle of your Hair Restorative, which has cured a
humor in my he-ad of two years' standing.; "'; :
Benjamin Lossuidoe, 251 Seventh Avenno, New
York, says, having lost my hair by the. Effects of'tho
.Erjsipeas, when it began tD grow, instead of black,
'as heretofore, it was well mixed wilhgrajr; Having
tried many preparations to restore the color without
effect, I was induced to try yours', ahd in spite of all
my douhts it has had the desired effect,.
H. L. MV'ilHams; M. D.,Pecltensvills, Ala., says, I
have used your Restorative, and find it all it is rec
oinmended to be. I have tried it for Tetter and find
it a certain care; ' ; . .. t , r .'
"VV. M. WoonwARD, 5T. D., Frankfr.rt,'Ky.; says, he
recommends it in his practiqe as the best: prepira
tion for the hair now in use. "
EnwARD VVai.cott sa-vs; three months ago my hair
was very gray; r. is novy a date urown, tne original
color, smooth aud glossy, all by the use of Wood's
Restorative." v ' : '
Wilson Kino says, one month's properapplication
will restore any person's hair to its .original color
and texture.) i , . -. .7 i -..... '
J, D. Hoes savs, a few applications fastened my hair
firmly, it began to grow out and turn black j its orig
inal color. . ! .- '. c-'n : .-? '
- Bktsev Smith, Korth-east Pennsylvania, says that
hor hii-. hm fnr unmhpr of veara. been perfectly
white, but now it.is restored , to its' youthful color,
soit and glossy. . - . . .
1 Dr. J.'W. 13oND,vSt. :Paol,' says thutitiis' hair is
strong, thick, and black, although a short time sinee
he was both bald and gray. The people here saw
Us effects nnd have confidence in it, . . ..! r -.vl
MooBt. fiosi.To. M. n.. St.. Louis, says that after
trying many Mher preparations, all to no effects he
seu two bottles, wnicn covereu nis man wnu
and vigorous growth or hair, and invites all to come
and see it. : . . . . ' ' ' ! '-'"
Sarah J. -Brown says her hair was not only gray,
out so thin she feared its entire loss but after using
twobottlesit liasrestorril both the color and jrpwth.
Prepared bv O. J. WOOll & CO., 114 Market street.
Saint Lonrs."a"nil 312 Broadway. New York, and sold
by all Umgglsts and Patent Medicine Dealers: also,
bv all. Fancy and Toilet Goods Dealers in the United
states and Canada. 7, lH0II.T-81-3ml .
on i '
WE invile the attention of buyers to our Ujfge Ojld
well assorted tock f Ware now on hand, to
which we will receive additions during the spring.
' Wo have no hesitancy in. saying that, we will, and
do sell, good styles and qualities of ware lower than
they are sold in any other Western market.
-All orders carefully selected and weHpackcd. Wo
solicit an examination of our stock. ' -
PUKSELL & GORDON,. !
I3-Iy. . : . Front street, Portsmouth, O ,
FT IlEREBY notify all persons who employ ray
"'-J- sons, Uiiaries toattcs, ana trancis oattes, or
have enipioved them, that I will claim the
i amount of wages due. tlieai, or paid to them,, or I.
which may he paid to them, as they are minors,
1 and not authorized to act for tWm?elve.- '"' i .
0ct..l, I80U 40-3 CIIR18TIAN SATTES.
Afljuinlstrator's Notice. " '"
"VrOTTCK is hereby riven1 that the utid'er
JLM signed has been' appointed and duly qual
ified as Administrator on. tlie estate of llavid
Southerlaud. lata of Moigs (.'uuutv, Ohio, dee'd
Oct. o, 1800. i0-3t WM. COLEMAN.
Blood Purifier and Blood Pills.
AT 2 m
iqj tn s
DR. kO BACK'S
WHEN DH. ROBACK. the celebrated Swedish
Physician, introduced his lllood Purifier and
Blood Pills in the United States, he set forth ill plain
language their curative properties. ..This was years
ago. The task of recommending them ha since
been taken out ot his hands. Enlightened men
whose character for sound judgment and philosophy
gives their opinions weight in tne community, men
who observe, reflect, and make "assurance doubly
sure" before they decide are everywhere up
proving and nrging the use of these wonderful Prep
arations. All who confide in the wisdom ond. hn.ff '
csty of this class, or who choose to investigate for
themselves are now of one mind on this important
Dr. Roback invites the attention of the sick to tho
Original Letters,. - - . ,,-t
from members of the Medical Profession, Editors of
public Journals, well known Merchantsand Farmers,
and Ladies of the highest respectability, giving ac
counts of extraordinary cures wrought by the reme
dies, or which cures tney tneinselves were- . '
Eic Witnesses, r
These parties maybe consulted personally or by
letter, by those who have any doubt upon the sub
ject. The evidence in the possession of Dr. Roback,'
which is At all times accessible to the public, cstnb'
lisbes the following
' - .FACTS:' - ' -; -!
That he'BIooJ Purifier" and "Blood Pills" have
been proved by analysis to
Contain no Mineral;' '
That they cure the al most universal corn pi? ut,
:;' Dyspepsia,, "
with unerring certainty, and In a very short lime.
That after all other medicines have proved useless,
they relieve . . t
Liver Complaint, '
and restore the health and strength of the sufleror.
: ' SicJe. Females, "
who have languished foryears in helpless weakness
and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity
under theirinvig'orating.nperation. .That all sexual
disabilities are removed by their cordial and gently
stimulating pi operues. mat tnoyrecruii , .... .:
however they may have been trifled with and abused ,
that their direct tendency is to lengthen life, knO
render it enjoyable. That, operating directly upon
tl ? poisonous disease tn the blood, they '
, -,', - Cause' Soon to Ileal, . . , ,
and discharge from the system, every taint of Scrof
ula, whether hereditary or otherwise. '. That they ' '
I. . Recruit. Ope DebiliUtted,.
and that there is no disease of the Stomach and Bow
els, the liver, the nervous system, the skin, glsndsoi
muscles, arisino prom jmpdrities of the blood akb
secretions, in which they do not give prompt relief.
aud, (ir administered Deiore tne very euaaeroi me
has been invaded,) effect a painless and perfect core..
Bear in miua mat tne "Mcanamavian vegeiaoie
Blood Pills" are endorsed -by exnerience of thou
sands of living witnesses, who, in letter, affidavits;
medical works, and by word of mouth, proclaim
them to be the very best preparation ef tbe kind ever
offered to the broken-down victims of ill-health
They hunt disease through, every avenue and organ
or the system, ana to expel it tuorougniy ana perma
nently. . '
xxoone can uouoi meir superiority auerone nngio
trial they are not only better, but, in fact, cheaper
than any other Pills, for it takes a less number of
them to produce a better effect.
. Price of 4ho Scandinavian Vegetable .Blood Purii
tier, $1 per bottle, or $5 per half dozen. Of the
Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills, 35 cents per
box, or 5 boxes for SI.
In difficult er complicated Cases, Dr. Roback may
be consulted personally or by letter, enclosing one
stamp for the reply. -. r, ;. -f ..
From Rev. Mr. McMulleh, Pastor of KoVerts Chapel.
- , :(i Ibdianapois, Oc4obor 6, 1PS7.
Dr. C. W. Roback Dear Sir: I have used your
Blood Purifier for a nervous affection, from which I
have suffered much at times. While it is pleasant
to the taste; it certainly has a happy effect upon the
nerves. Please accept my thanks for your kind re
gards, and believe me Yours. ' ..i
. J. W. T. McMULLEN. ,
Principal Office ahd Sales Rooms, So.-8 East
Fourtli street, 3d Building from Main street, Cincin
nati, O. Laboratory In Hammond street.'- ..
For, sale in Meigs Co., by.D. llEED,
Pomeroy; Hcgg & Coe, Middleport; . E.
S. Branch, llutland; Jn M. Cooper,
Pageville; J. K. Ellis, ' Eacine; ' Rob
erts &' TiDi, Long Bottom; I. H.
Hayman, Apple ( J rove; . WeldensA;
Bestow, Chester;- A E. Reed, Orange
P. O.; W. M. "Swallow,- Letart Falls;
Wm. Dickey, - Harrisonville; M. ? E.
Smith,: Syva.euse; andby Druggists and
Merchants .generally,-.throughput . the
Union. ., ' 3-7-y.-'.
I II . M A It-T IKI'S;
G ATA DENIAL CORRECTOR ! !
.. HAS HAD . . .... : .: ,
ATE N, "STEAKS TBI AL,
; ' WHICH SHO'JLD BB !
. SUFFICIENT TO CONVINCE EVERY , '
. Suffering "Woman u
of the GreaLTfaluo of tho
CATAMENIAL CORRECTOR!! -
: , And that it is without exception ;
SSTIIE. BEST MEDICINE-
BKFOFE THE PUBLIC
FOR ALL DISEASES' AH ISINfi FROM I R REGIT
LARITIES.CHROSIC OR NERVOUS
DEBILITY, PALPITATION OF THK HEART; '
VJiKTIGO OK DIZZINESS, ,
'"'' ' PAIXR IN THE K1DSEYS, Vi l
PAINS IS THE SM.LL OF THE BACK, ',
PAINS TINDER THE SHOULDERS, ' '
LOWNESS OF SPIRITS,
LANGUOR AND NERVOUSNESS GENER.VLLY,
' DIFFICULT MENSTRUATION
'-' SUSPENDED MENSTRUATION, -,
. OR CESSATION , OF THE MEJiSES, .... , r
And an almost endless variety of other diseases at
tendant on irregularities superinduced by colds, by
over exertion, by a weak constitution, severe men
titl or physical labor. ; The simple remedy for all-it
to gel at the primary cause of the disease;, remove
it, and yon assist nature to regulate. . This can be
done by the great ,
CAT AMEMAfc:- tOHHEGTCmi
Which has never failed to b'ffectia cure .when prop
erly used, according to. tlie directions, and a fair '
trial given it. ' l i r:i"'T::
, It is preparedrom the recipe, and under the per
eonal supervisioij of a most Skilful Physician, who "
for a number of years confined its use to bis private
practice;' For the ewihrears that It has been before
the public it has gained for itself a position that will
soon, by its rapid increase of popnlarivy, place lt at .
the head of. all remedies, heretofore , offered" for
Women's-diseases. Thei- more-es'peelallyi those
above enumerated,;which too often end in .
. ' For'sale , ljr most respectable DruggisU tnrongh
ont tne Union and Canada's. " " "
' IiAB-Q-El-SIZE, $J..50' PER; BOTTIE4,
(i. B. When it happens that .your. Druggist haar
not tlie ahicle, the -money1 can be remitted direst to
ire, and if two or more bottles are ordered at one
time; tbe medicine-will be sent free ot charge fer
transportation. ' r ; J
- Particular directiens as to use; &e.y aecompanylrig
each bottle. . . .:'r .... .-
Druggists can be supplied direct from onr Labora
tory, Or by sending their orders to . r
' BAKKES or PARK, New York. F. C. WELLS ci
Co , Kew' York. S.:Bi HANCE, BnHimorej Md.
DYOTI'S, Philadelphia, Pa. J. WRIGHT & Co.r
Kew Orleans, La. JOHN D. PARK., Cincinnati, O,
H. H. HAYS, Portland, Me.
Or to-any respectable Wholesale Druggists in Kew
York or Philadelphia. Circular, wlthTrade Prices
&e.i for. the Corrector, and our 'other aiedifines,
sent free to Wholesale Buyers. :
Ko Medicine placed on Commission.
l: :vlh.U J".D I. DE NYSE,:
General Agent for the United States and Canada;
40 a un St., New York.
July 10, '60. 27-ly ti .
Marietta & Cin.' and Hillsboro & Giri. 'B. R
ON anif after Thursday,' A-pril 26, 180, trains will
leave Athens as follows: "
Goino East Express Mail at -' ' ' " ' TJ'Slf r. .
. Going West .Mail at ', -. . . .. .-.-' tO'Ja A. w.
TppExpress mail east makes close connections at
Parkersbufg with the trains of the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad,' and at Cincinnati with trains-for aV
points West.--.. .. .... - . : T -
JO Passengers "I e a vi n g Park ertburg-' af 8 :Mt m liv
arrive at Columbus9;l3 p. M. ,,, .:i:.;;
TljTickess at reduced rater are 'sold at Chilli
cothu and Athuns, for ColnnAus.; ; . . .
JTJfThrough tickets to all points East and West
can be obtaiaed atali the principal Tick,el Offices on
the line of the Road.
A . discount of ten cents on ach ticket from regu
ar tariff rates will be made 011 11 tickets nuruUdjvd
at the ticket ofilces. , ,ORLAN SMlTB,(rm
j J. Foooitt. Geu'I Tivket Ag't. Chil. may, J,3bX
!sEPT.a860.; d ni. SEPT I860.
AT WHOLESALE ONLY;
; : j; Fs .TOWELL, -
WnOLEaALB DEALER IX
HATS AND NOTIONS
PORTSMOUTH,: OHIO! ;
T HAVE just returned from tip Eastern cities with v
; - "
Ainei-icau and nropentt
D 11 Y G o. o r s
Hats, Bonnets and Notions,.
which aro now in store and ready for inspection.
My stuck will b'a found, as heretofore,,.-
Iiargo ancl -4a-ttx-A.otT7-eS
and comjiosed niniulv or safe, and staple goods,
which ill be sold at the ' , - .
Responsible and prompt merchants. Vi the neigh-,
boring counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Virginia, will
save time and money by calling onlthe nndersigned.
Sept. 2P, '60. 3)-iy J. F. TO WELL.