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J MMM " . W rOMEROY TELEGRAPg- j , : t& The "Meigs County Soldiers' Mono "ament Assoeiation" will hold iu next meeting at tlie" Presbyterian Church, in Pomeroy, on 'Saturday, Sept 16th, at 11 o'clock P. M. f r& It will be borne in mind that the great Vnceting for Meigs County, comes off at this lacei on tho 12th inst, Jjjien Hon. John '-Sherman wjl), be present' arid in connection with the 'Hon. I. A. Plants, address the peo ple on the lending topics of the' day : WoJ4 l.Vito all who want inslruotton, and to near , good speaking, to be present. "'" igu We iearn that while near Millersport 1 on her up trip last Monday, tho steamer Lin Hie Drown burst one of her steam supply fcipes, scalding the second engineer who was Ion 'watch at the time, very seriously. The 1 first engineer with great presence of mind and courago, prostrated himself and keeping " his face as near the deck as possible, made his way to the valve and shut oft the steam, .' thereby preventing further casualties. ' femToR'TiiaBAPB: I desire through the medium of your paper, r Id direct the attention of the proper authority, : Id a nuisance in the form of stagnant water D I It E C T O U Y OF BUSINESS HOUSES v ! ; v ? -i i u A T zLiis'li- id, Racine, Meigs Co., Ohio RACINE MILL C. YOUNG. 08INDIS0, SAWING. BOAT BUILDING, one on reasonable terms. , P. M. PETREL, got. AH wanting Bargains are solicited to call at tho old stanil, llacino, 0., whoro Dry floods, NotlonB, Hardware, Boots and Shoos, Plows and Points, can bo obtainod at reasonablo prices. All goods of a superior quality. s 3. J. PETREL, Dealer In Staple arid Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, BootB and Shoos! all wanting Cheap Goods, call at tho Post Office, Raclno, 0. ' J. H. LAWIIEAD, v Merchant Tailor and Clothior, Racine, 0. A good selection of Ready Mode Clothing, also or Cloths, CasslmoreB and Vesting, from which ho is prepared to manufacture all kinds of Garments. UNION DRUG STORE BEN. E. 6IBLEY, . - 1 1 I nl,nrlo vrKinll fnr I n , . ' -n I . . A la In TnT-Tlt ,n nrV and Other aeieciauio euuijn, riraonpnira inigs., ...u ... l .-...mnl.tarl at tlie mouth of Books, Stationery, Notldns, Llmo, Coraont, some time have accumulated at the mourn oi Wnite'Lea(1( Lin8(d Laii ttai Cott oils, 4c, at Suear Kun: the arch of the bridge over winch tho gton nolt to Lawhead's Clothing Storo, Ra , 5 the road iatOnducteU Having caveu, cu.e mivi bat water?. Of some depth, wnicn .wuu. considerably lip the creek. At present the creek at tho north end of the arch is a ccss ; pool, nd contains a villainous compound, the . ' -onnmtirtn"of which at this hot season of the f&car, is calculated to engender disease, say" Work kept constantly on hand. 1 nnoimngaouu . o DR. J. W. HOFP, :i ouitos and frogs, wm.cn n joa. """,,,, , pmii of Modioina In all its I E. TRICKLE, Manufacturer and Dealer In,.., , . , BOOTS, SHOES, - '"' ' "i GAITERS, AC, AC. A fair assortment both Eastern and Custom no authority to cause those w charge to abate branchog. Calls promptly, attendod to on eithor , . ClTIZES. side of the rlvor. Will bo found when not pro- the nuisance T : , fesslonally obscnt, ot Hoff & npkins' Drug r.Mr Mhstiiw. There will be a camp store, it ' r . Pit in Mnnn meeting nem near mUu ------ JJEW STORE HOPKINs' & PETTY. Countyt. West Va., commencing xuu., Wo take )loleni.oln mnking Unow( thatwe have : Scot 14th. A cordial invitation is hereby commenced business between Elm and Pearl St., V ii a. Inirfor. and mcmbe6f whoro will always bo found a splendid assortment tended sto all the ministers ana memDers oi Groceries, Boots, Shoos, Hard, the M. K. linurcn uving in w uj",","e stono, mass ana tjuccnswaro, ruraiiu, -.,niip U Ohio to be present Come over &c, to which we respecuu.iy invuo iu-u... brethren, bring yonr.tcnts and prepare to as. jiiat ns in this ereat and good wprk. . W. W. H. !& Gallipolis Journal plense copy. &l .Valoable Literary and Miscei.laseocs Books Issued fob September: ' Harper's New Monthly Magazine, N. York. ' ' Atlantic Monthly, Boston. . '. Godcy's Lady's BooVPhildelphia. . Ladies' Friend, Phileidelphiii. , 1 Arthur's Home Magazine, Philadelphia. Ladies' Bepoaitory, Cincinnati. l. Copies to be seen at the Telegraph office. : MH' V : . ' "I survive, C f o mock the expectation f the world j i To fustrate prophesies ; and to ra out . Rotton opinion, who have writ me down Alter my i""r "v i - j E. R. ALDERMAN, VARIETY GOODS, NEAR FACTORY, RACINE, OHIO. n. H. MILES. . CHA8. nun Raeinei Ohio, keep on hand and arc preparcu wr furnish, Uoreign ami aminm stonos of all descriptions, done with nontnessand dispatch on reasonable terms lor casn. . D. MERCER & SON, i i J : Dealers In Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions, Glassware, Queensware, Hats and Straw Goods, Ao. . , Opposite Racine Mill, Raclno, Ohio. . V' J. R. ELLIS, ' Dealer lit " Furniture, and Chairs, . . Willdw-Waro, Looking Glasses, Sash Doors, Upholstery, Ao., noar Ijinerty poio, ivuoino, vuiu. ELLIS- SIBLEY, ' Deulcrs in DRY GOODS, CROCERIES, '. , . ... . HATS SHOES, Queensware and Hardware, near Liberty pole, Racine, Ohio. We sell at lowest maraet rales. HOFF A HOPKINS, Druggists, and Dealors in Oils, Paints, Dyes, Stationerv. Perfumery, Fancy Articles and Pat ent Medlclnos. Proscriptions carefully put' up, and Dackaa-os sent fro of charge. One door east of Postoflic6, Racine, Ohio. . , , J. FILSON A CO., Doaiers In Tin Ware, Stoves, Can and Cider Mills. Corn Shollers, Plows and Points. Also tne "Challenge Washing Machine and Wrlngor, warranted to eive satisfaction or no sale: price of machine, $8. Racine, Ohio. L. A W. CROSS, Dealers in Stnple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Queens and Hard ware, Groceries, Iron, Steel, Swede Nail Rod and Steel Shovel Plow Kings. unoK nuuaing, oppo sito steamboat landing, Racine, Ohio. DENTISTRY. S. A. CARSON. Permanently located at Racine, Ohio, where he has uruticed one year, porfornis all operations. Work warrantod to compare with city work and prices. kins. Office at the Drug Store of Hoff and Hop- ' J. L. W. BELL, Manufacturer and Doalor in BOOTS A SHOES. Shop near E. R. Aldorman's storo, Raclno, Ohio. RACINE EXCELSIOR MARBLE WORKS. Tha iimWiiiirnnd la nrcnarod to furnish,' Marble Monuments, Tomb anu urave Dtones, eiocuttmyi-niSdKBis)iti,uiu. siinsi.ii iuuai, neatly and promptly Meigs Co., U. Elm Tree Corner, Racine, C. J. .MILKS. MILLINERY MISS. PHEBE TRIPP, Has constantly a fine assortment of Lndios' Hats, . Bonnets and Ribbons or oil kinds, rrcnen jfiow ors, Plumos, Dross Hemming, Ac., Dros's Making, Coloring, Bleaching, Ac, dono on reasonable torms. WOOLEN FATTOthWOS. EGAN, RACIXR, OHIO, From the fell' destroyer Catarrn, but by the Wool Carding, Spinning, Weaving, Dyeing, Ac, judicious use of Dr. V. 11. oeeiyo s uqum 7U-"C war'rant0(i. Catarrh Remedy, ! stand here in the oiijoj- ment of perfect' tgaltli. ' IRarrttd. ' Anatjsf Slst. 180S, at tho rosidonco of the n.mntj.. bv Eld. C. P. Wtgiina, Mr. Am.kn J. Buboes, of West Va. , Winks, of Middloport, Ohio. 7. DR. J. R. PUIL60N, ; PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, f Office over Ben. E. Sibley's Drug Store, Raclno, Ohio. . " . All calls promptly attended to. Are making a Superior Mucbine Brick. fore oontractlng elsewhere. Ground, Kacino, Ohio. Call be Brick yard near Fair Mt m m MISS MARSHALL A MRS. SKIRVIN, Milliners and Mantuamakers, -, , One door north of U. S. HiHol, keop Oohstintly on hand Bonnots, Huts, Ribbons and flowora, Ac. All orders promptly attended to. Racine, Ohio. J. A. PETTY, WATCHMAKER A JEWELERY, AtTctty's Dry Goods Store. Cleaning, Repair ing, Ac, done promptly. All work warranted. Racine, Ohio. . Core ttynated if Dbeotloni us Followed. ; Single bottle will last a month to bo and three ; tlmei a dsy. .'" - , : SYMPTOMS. The symptom of Catarrh are at first very slight. Persons find they have a cold, that they have frequent attacks, and are more sen sitive to the change of temperature. InthS condition the nose may be dry, or a slight dl charge, thin and aorid, afterwards thick and . adhesive, may ensue. As the disease becomes ehronlo, the dis chargee are Increased in quantity and changed in quality; they are now thiokand heavy, and are hawked or coughed off. The secretion aria offensive, causing a bad breath'; the voioe thick and nasal; the eyes are weak j the sense of smell is lessened or destroyed; deafness frequently takes place. Another common and Important symptom oi Catarrh is, that the person is obliged to oleal his throat in the morning of a thick or slimy mucous, which has fallen from the head dur- ing the night. When this takes place, the person may be sure that hi disease is on its way to the lungs, and should lose no time in arresting it. . The above are but few of the many Catarrh al symptoms. Writs to our Laboratory for ' our pamphlet dvaovlbing fully all symptoms it will besent FREE to any address. Also directions where to procsre the medicine. We are dally receiving letters from soldiers in the army, and others in all parts of the Un ion, and also numerous testimonials from those using It, bearing evidence of its infalli ble merits. This Remedy contains NO MINERAL OR POISONOUS INGREDIENTS, but is prepar ed from vegetable extracts EXCLUSIVELY; therefore it is PERFECTLY HARMLESS, even to the most tender and delicate child. CALL for SEELYE'S CATARRH REME DY, and take no other. If not sold by drug gists in your vicinity, you can enclose the money in a letter to us, and we will send the medicine by Express. Prioe$2,00per bottle. Address Dr. D. H. BEELYE Ac Co., Freeport, HI. , M A. mm LP!SEEtrre BRONCHIAL SYRUPJ A inrrAnras mm 10a , Oonghs. Colds, Bronohitls, Bore Throat. Hoarseness, and Irritation of the Brooohtal Tsbel or Langs. Tlokluur in the Throat, and Croup. Thissyrupi especially benelloial in offeotions of the Throat and Bronchial Tubes, caused by Catarrh, greatly assisting in its permanent sure when used in connection with the Rem edy. If taken in time it NEVER TAILS to cure the severest oases of Croup. ' Being agreeable to the taste, safe for ohU Aran, speedy In its effects, giving strength to the votoe and lunge, it will soon find its way nto every family in the land. Ifrtaa $1.00 per bottle. ACT. DJUJULiXlb OE UO., ' Bole Proprietors, Freeport His. ' . m' easxau. luni JOHN D. PARK, Cincinnati Ohio. i WILSON dV PETER, Louisville Ky. SOLD BT ALL WHOLESALE DRUG GISTS, and at retail by DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. CHESHIRE ACADEMY. THE FAHi TERM Itor 1805 of the Cheshire Academy, will begin on the 5th day of September, and end on the 30th day of No vember. , : i . The Increasing prosperity of the school has rendored it necessary to increase its facilities. In addition to the usual number of Toaehers the following persons have been seoured as members of the Board of Instruction: Hon. Joseph Bradbury, Lccluror on Commor- nial Law. w ' Rev. 6. E. Baker, Lecturer on Moral Soioncfr and Evidoneos of Christianity. ' . ' s John L. iloMastors, Assistant Teaencr in Mathematics and Geography. ' x, 1 Juiaes U. Ailkinson, Teaouor 01 renmansnip. Miss Abble Gates, Teacher. ,f Instrumental Music. Teacher of Vocal Music Tho attention of the Friends and Patrons of the Institution is invited to the fact that especial attention will be given to the study of Book Keeping and Commercial llusinoss. Tuition arid Hoarding as roasonablo as can be nfforded, and fully as favoroblo as can be obtainod olsowhore for tho same facilities. " ' J. D. ADKINgON, Principal. 0. E. BAKifn, Agent. 33-tf.1 LOST.., BETWEEN David Radford's and Pnmoroy 0 the Athens road on tho lllth of August : one Patent Lever Huntlnir Cnsa Silver AVatch. anf person finding and returning said Watch to mol win do liberally rewaracu. 4-3t JOHN H. CUMINQS. FOR SALE. A FARM of one hundred acros, sixty or which are cleared, situate in Rutland Town Meigt County, Ohio, three and a half miles from Mid dloport, on tho Athens rnad, containing a good dwelling house two stories high, kitchen and bed room, open porch on one siue ana aoume porcn in front! two irood wolls of wotornear the door, a good barn, eoal house nn&t a good coal bank ; ono nundroii Doaring apple trees, zjo smau appie troes, and 200 poach trees, together with pears nlums and trrunos : also a chesnut crove 4o., Sec. not lurtiior lniormaiion anpiy 10 "in. v. Lasher, Middloport, or to theownor on tho farm. 34-ot.j ' ' i. v. rjitn.. FLOUR! FLOUR! If you want Good Flo.ur go to tho Star Mill, Ra cine, o. mgnest liosn prico pom lor 11 uum, Every attention paid to custom work. S. & W. S. 8ILLIMAN. and Miss NAjicv I Obituary notices of five linos will bo free to subscribers; for all exceeding the above ten r-nta ner line will be charged. The usual chaigo will be made to non-subscribers. KfitftittS SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN purRiiance of an order granted by tho Pro bate Court of Gallia county, Ohio, I will offer fo.rolo at public auction on tbo2Uth day of Sept. A Ti lUlll 1 n',,liu.lt n m liimn visit tirolrllAOM. tho following described real estnto sitnuto in tho county of Mcigm. nhd atate of Ohio, to wit : Lot Xo. one(l) in the town of Ponioroy, on tho oast side of tho Nuylur's Kun roud, andmoro particu- Aoocst 28th, 1865, at his res.donee in tun , -s V" - o"-; , PoIn. to mourn their loss. Funeral from the resiuenee. - - ! V , . ..... ..' ,h guo Ik Middleport, on the 27th day of August, oaat i00 feet, thence south 1 west 40 feet, thence after a long illness, Infant son of M..A.- and V. norti, 890 west to tho place of beginning. Ap- Rnssell. Funeral from tho residence. ' rttisd at tl,O0Q. Terms of sale, rash in hnnd. , n,. inral hoi. till father and mother 1 w w iumhtiiv meet you in that land where parting will be no aaar(i iftn f minor nojrB f j0i,n Frosch dee'd more. - Aus. 14th 1800. 133-41.1 ObUary, NOTICE. Tin. r Rov. Edward Iimothy uniins I -1-11 TTinvrii rt.,.i nnd Tioubnn nil her bm- died of livor complaint and dropsy last Satur- JTj i,and, Salina D. Reed and John Reed her day Aueuat 26th, in the 64th year of his age. husband, Vonico B. Mauck an idiot,. William II. Ha'wb born in Philadelphia, February 26th, Mauck, and Charles M. Mauck a minor NTjfears fV 1 Imnleted a classical and U ?: MP. ". nd f VA r , .'. a u.n'i Pnllpiro will taltc notico mat a petition was nicu against Bical course at Monnt St Marys 1 ege, thom on tbe 24th day V July, A. D. 1865, in tho Emittsburg, Maryland, and was ordained Court of Common iico) Wuhin and for the ooun nrienr. in this citv in 1832. His arluous and , f Moi.a ...a .tnte 0r Ohio, bv David Mnuek. devoted labors throughout the diocese attract- John J. Mauck, Mariah Stcdman and Jabcs el the attention of Archbishop rurcen, oi steuman nor nusDann, amanus njcviuro, ana Cincinnati, who 11 where his mmistonal labora had made a deep SMnn and Jsbo, 'gtc(,man hor husband, impression, and made him bis Vicar uenerai. Amllnda jicCluro, and Joseph B. Mauck demand Doringjthefatal year'of cholera, the deceased partltIon ( tho following real estate to wit i labored night and day amidst the pestilence to Beginning north D west 126 feot from the south' alleviate the sufferings ot those arouna mm. east corner oi iuu sere ao o m necuun o u. .! v momW nf a fire comnanv. 1 4 84, town No. one, range No. 13 Ohio Com- " TTr.. -j. ...i.!. .u: i. a:a tho Danar's nurchoset thence north 21 east 3H0 feet, ' V' Jheioe sonth 69 east 178 feet to a point 132 feet more laered functions oi ministerial me. S0UtB eo east from tne fimm ot beginning Ha annaht nnnnrtnnitlSA of nsetUlnesS, and i ,u .u aoo i it u. i ilu. nU. nr ha. mixed freelr with big fellow cibseoa, spread- ginning, containing a steam taw mill and all of l0ff aronnd mm me spim oi inns m i ugu i tbe lanu lying netween me ironi oi saia nun ioi, ot an own example, in ns inswwuwi vi hu u,WIKtH .u. vm ...., , T v,sv tha tint tarn nf id ennrt. the said David Mauck you- PP"8 a.rc, Bikmm M(1 Hhtl Btcd. tines, he was yigilant and untiring in ms la an hcr kusbona( Amanda McClure and Joseph bora ...... . - B. Mauck, will apply for an order that partition A peculiar trait of his life and manners Oi may h. made of said premlses.or if partition can- uien inai sain nreiuittes may ue Father Collins, was.bis fondness for rare, an- ot be made tiqne and useful books. To the discovery sold. DAVID MAUCK etal. NOTICE. TORN DoCamn, Anna Dille, Lot DeCamp, Eli O nbeth Cochran, John Cochran, Gcorgo Ann (loodsnced. John (iooilf need. Nathan Uoodsneod, Orra Ooodnnecd and Phoebe WinJet, will take. notico that Michael C. Winget of tho county of Meics in tho stnto of Uhio did, an the ztitii nay i, Julv. A. D. 1865. Slo his netition in tho Court of Common l'lcase, witlnn ana lor tno county oi Moigs. in saidUtato ot Uhio, against tno saiu John DeCamp, Anna Dille, hot DeCamp, Elua- hotn uoe iron. Jonn i;oonran. uooriru nun uuou- spoed, John (Joodspeod, Nathan (Joodspecd, Orva Onodsneod and Phocbo Winirot, who are im pleaded with Cephas Wingot, Davidson M'in- ;ot, M. toinp u ingot, vuarics ingui, .nii-vpuun tot'nmn, jolin M. uccnnip, Ann jinsa uoi-amp, Martha Miles, Jlcnjamin Miles, Armanua vb Camn. Silas Diekorson. M.A Brown. A. M. Dick erson, J). J. uicKorson, uiiuam jwieKemoii uuu J. C. DcCamn. defendants sottina- forth that tho said plaintiffs purchased of Cephas DeCamp, de ceased in his lifetimo, and partially paid for and was pat in posession or certain itinua anu iuo- mcnts. to-wit : In town seven, rante lourtcen Ohio Comnanv's nurehnsc. and Dounuea as loi- lows ; begining at the state road opposite the southeast corner of land herototore conveyed ny Amns Stovens to Thomas McAboy. thence east fifty Ave rods, thence north to tbe south line of John Pages line, tbonce west to the nortneasi corner ot a lot convevoa bv ftnmuoi rase to iihi lis Downing, thonco southwesterly along tho State road to tho placo of beginning, containing twenty nine acres more or less, except one aore out of the southeast corner rosorved for a bury ing ground, that he has since the death of said Ccnhas DoCamn nald to William C. Hays the ad ministrator of said Cephas DeCamp, the balance due and owing for said land, ana asss mat, on the hearing of this cause tnat tneaeienasnts may be ordorod bv the Court to make the said plain- tin's a deed for said land within a day to bo named, or that said decree may operate as a con veyance of said land, that the said John DeCamp Anna Dille, Lot Decamp, Elisabeth Cochran iohs. Cochran. Georss Ann Ooodspeed John Ooodspeed, Nathan Ooodspeed, Orva Ooodspeed and Phoebe Win get, are hereby notified that they are required to appearand answer said peti tion on or before the tmra Bataraay si tor tue 30th day of September next. miuuAisi u. nisufii. " By Mahtix Hays, his attorney. August 25th, 1805. ., 35-Ot and purchase of these he devoted time, care and money, and, as a result, he has left one of the most valuable private libraries to oe , found in thft United States. Thi. Mllaetion he has left, in his will made 3n 1R5H. tn his friend of forty-two years, Arch lbishop Purcell, for Mt 8t Mary's Seminary oi the west LOST. -V V the lath last.. Bear Issse Radford's in Leb I I anu taan. a, ladles brestnln and bead eollari ;sny person tndiag and leaving the same at the Telegraph PTintingOffioe will be suitably reward- r nvnnnw wil.l.inlt Q MMUB " Bt N. k O. P. Simpsom Att'ys for Plff. Dated Aug. Sth A. D. 1866. . 33-6t. ' ' MEDICAL NOTICE. ; "TvR. BAKER gives notice to the eltisens of U Meigs county, that he will visit the loliow- ingplsees: - -; Psgetown, Monday September 4th. ' Harrison ills, Tuesday September fith. Wilksvllle, Wednesday September 6th. Danville, Thursday September 7th. Rutland, Friday September Sth. Pomeroy, at Gibson House, Saturday Sept. Oth Chester, Monday September 11th. Tanners Plains. Wcdnesdav Sontember l.tth. Dr. Baker treats the following Chronic Diseases pon a new and scientific principal. All persons ishlng to consult aim can ao so res ei cnargo, Tl?MnVAT.. vilt AtUAUW f nJ- I T T, n !;. tfi. j, . . i t Iltii DVIt UIIWCVi vuiioumwuvpi uumJ hoetrs stmsBtone unoge, one aoor aoove Um 8ore Deafness, Palsoy, Bronchitis, Scrofula, Asthma, Old Sores, Ulcers of the legs, Angnst 28th, 1866. w. PrinUio Office. Pomeroy, Ohio. ' " S. 8. FARRIER. Ausu.t24v,186i. CSS-ftt. I HsirJABiK8, 15th &o't O. N. G., 1 Piles, Female Complaints, etc. 34-310 Dowington, Aug. General Order, Ko. 5 THE RACINE UNION SCHOOLS, 1 1ITILL commence their fall term for the prosent VV year, on Monday the 2nd day of October, with Mr. J. M. Yarnoll as principal. Bcholars fHHK offlceri nd onUtod me of th JMh no from diBtanoe be afforded good opportu I n w a m hrhw- directed to weomble on - . ui" -V- . J- V. ia V mnmAa UllJ W CUUCV11UU UO U IVHUUKUIB Willi swst tbe farm of Jacob Salser, near the cross roatis, hn per,onl w,ning to secure a situation as Wlat Woods settlement, Chester Tewnstup, Z4 n.,, ln the aboT, Kboo, miu .ppiy for miles east of the Rook Spring, on thetrth day oi aminaUo on gatnrday the lth day of Septem- pepwmirer mi Mir vk j,uyfvc ---b- ber, at tne senooi nouse in Kaclne. drill, also on uia via IU.T u jnuu - i tn tha mi narnosa. Krery man of the eonrmsnd Is expected to ap iHsar oa th, parade ground at 10 o'clock A. M, with arms, socoatremcnts, and in fall uniform. By order of ' JOHN F. MARTIN. Col. Comd'i 15th Res't 0. N. 0. By order of the Board. 33-6t : W. CROSS, Clerk. J. P. BISO, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. And authorised Pension Sureeon, Pomeroy. Ohio Office and residenca on AiuiDcrry street, near i : ; :: notice. , s versus ' ; V Common Pica' . BimeonH. Bisson, etal'S. J in partition SIMEON S. Rlsson, Emellno C. Chamberlain and Martin Chamberlain, her husband, Nancy M. eisson. Elisha B. Hissaa and Mary Ann Bis on of the eountv of Metis and Utate of Ohio, and Levi W. Sisson of the State of Minnesota will take notice that a petition was filed against them on the znth day or August, a. if., iho, in the Court or Vommoa fleas, within ana lor tni oountv of Mciirs and State of Ohio, by Lydia M Wallum and William L. Wallum, her husband and is now pending wherein the said petitioners domand partition ot tne loliowing real estate, to- ..... . . , i , i. i c r a .. . nt ! , : Wit : a nan oi vne nui nail oi bravi, so, iu muui 22, T. t, R. IS, situate on the southwest corner of the abovo dosoribed half fraction, commencing at the southwest corner of said lot, running east to a run. a stroiaht line to intersect the line be tween Philip Aumlllerand Robert MoCrain, then soma to tne place oi neginning, containing xa acres more or less, also all of fraction No. 17, in section No. 22, town. 9, and range. IS, Ohio Company's purchase, excepting 100 acres off of the east end, and the further exception of 37 K aoros sold to And that at the next term of said court the said petitioners will apply for an order that par tition may be made ot said promises, and that the dower of said Mary Ann Sisson may be as signed therein. Moktiooi A Bsadrdbt, Atty's forpetltionhrs. August 2Ath, 1805. 35-6t. In Pomoroy by D. REED. 8-11-ly NOTica T7MZABETII Corbin whose place of residence Jjj is unknown, is notified that, Benjamin Cor- bin did, on tho 7th day of August, A. D. 1805, tile his petition in the offico of tho clerk' of the t;ourtot Uoinmun rieas, witmuanutor tne coun ty of Alcigs and state of Ohio, charging tho said fclizuootiiuorbin with adultery with one Uol, llay, .jotinuttcrbackunu 15. linker, una also with divers 'other persons, to snid Bcninuiin Corbin unknown and asking that ho mny be devorccd from paid ilisuboth Corbin, which petition will stand tor ncaring at tne next term ot soul court. BKJJJA.Mlri COllillN. Bv N. Si G. Pi Smrsox his Attorneys Doted this 7th dsy of Aug. A. 1). 1865. 32-(It NOTICE. ALEXANDER Hood, whose placo of residence is unknown, is hereby notified that Nancy A. Hood did, on the 14th day ot vAugust A. I) 1865; filohor potition in the ofliee of the clerk o: tho Court of Common Pleas, within and for tho county of Meigs and stato of Ohio, charging Jhc said Alexandor Hood, with having bccnwilli'uljy absent from tho said petitioner, for more than tnree years last past, without any cnuso or justi fication therefor on tho part of tho petitioner and asking that sho may be derorcod from the said Alexander Hood, which petition will stand lor hearing at tho next term ot said cojrt. NASCX A. 11UUJJ. By. L. Payne, her Attorncy.l Dated Aug. 15 1HA5. 33-flt ' NOTICE. TnOMAS Willson.of Covington Kentucky, Is notified that Elir.a Wilson did, on tha 7th day of August, A. D. 18115, Wo hor petition In tho office of tho Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county of Mciirs and Stato of Ohio, charginj: tho said Thomas Willson with adultery with one Jane Aaains, ana also with extreme cruoltv and for being willfully ab sont from the said Elita Willson, for more than threo years last past, and asking that sho may be divorocd from the said Thomas Willson, which petition will stand for hearing at the next term ot said court. liLliA By N. A 0. P. Simpsosi Atty's for Petitioner, Dated this 7th day of August, 18(15. 32-ftt ,: NOTICE. fTlUE underrlened has been duly appointed ad X mimstrstrix of the estate of 11 irsm R. Russoll late of ftcles county. Ohio, deceased. All per sons Indebted to the estate are requested to muke immediate payment, and those haying claims against the same, will, without delay, prosent them to the undersigned for eiiownnoe. 35-3t. MARY L. RUSSELL, Admx. NOTICE. I THE undersigned has been duly appointed ex ecutor of the-litst will and testament of John Casey, late of Meigs county, Ohio, deceased. All persons Indebted to tne estato nro requesteo to make immediato .payment, and those having olaiins against tho same, will, without delay, pre sent them to the undersigned lor allowance. 34-Stj GEO. DOWNING, Ex'r. STRAYED OR STOLEN. On tho ninht of August 8th 18C5 from the premises of the subscriber in Pomeroy, a Sorrel more, between 0 and 7 years old, about 14 bandB high, has a Bore back; and Had on a red colored halter. Any inlormation leading to tne recovery of the maro, will be suitably rewarded. A, iUAinu. Pomoroy, August 9 1865. 33-tf. . .NOTICE. TVTARC1SS A Webster, whose place of resi- dence is unknown, will take notice that Ilp.niamifiWeb8tcr. of the County of Metes, in the State of Ohio, did, on the 14th duy of August, A. 1). IsOo, file Ins petition in the Court of Common Pleas within and for the County of Meigs, in said State of Ohio, against the snid Nnrcissiv Webster, defendant, sotting forth that the said Narcissa Webster did, dur ing tho month of Jnnnary, A. D. 1802, at different times, commit adultery with different person's whose names are unknown to the said petitioner; and lurthor, that the said Narcissa Webster did, on the 27th day of September, A. 1). 1803, and, nt different times thereuiter unknown to tha said petitioner, commit adul tery .with ono David Fountain ; and praying t'mttiie aid Bonjamiit Webster mny bo di- vjreed from the sum AarciMia Webster; aim the snid Nurciasa Webster 'k notified that she is renuircd to appear and answer snid petition nt tho next term; of the Conrt of Common Plans within mid lor said County of Meigs, in said Stale of Ohio, to be holdcn on the 10th day of October, A. D. 1SG5. v JifiJNJAAlljN YJ!.lnHlilV. By Burxap & STAXBtfuv, his Attorney's. Dated August 14th. A. D. 1805. 3a-0t s JST E W FI RM! C II O I B ER & STL TERM" AN, WHOLESALE & RETAIL VEAltiSS IN GROCERIES, 'LIQUORS, Mils - -- glass, At the bead othe Landing, POMERdT, OHIO.' Country Merchants are requested to call and elcbange Cash or Prodaoe for our Block, A we keep always on hand a larger stock of the above named articles than .can be fouad else- wnere, it will re to tne advantage oi veaierg u puronage oi-ua. a oct. 22,i868,-6-42.y SCHREIBER & SILVERMAN: THE CHEAPEST STORE INTOWN CORNER OF FRONT & SYCAMORE STREETS;' : ON SILVERIJA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN '''' READY-MADE CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, Trunks & Notions. Invites the Public to his Splendid, Stock, which he has recently received. It is unnecessary to particularize, but I will say that my Stock is well selected and will be sold at prices unequaled. Fy 5 63 6-5-y D. E. SMITH Dealer in MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, ( Would rcspeotfully anneunee to the Publio that they bava parohased th Stock of J. Philips & Co., under the Gibson House, Front Street, Pomeroy, O., And have now on hand a Large and Carefully Selected Stock of FINE FRENCH CLOTH AND CASSIMERE COATS, PANTS & VI AL.SU, UNION CASSIMERES, ITALIAN CLOTH COTTONAD-ES, AND LINEN CLOTHING, All of which we warrant to give entire Satisfaction. CENTlENfEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,' Always on hand and of fme quality. . N0T1CK I.diiUa Hight, vs. John Ilight. rpHE said John Ilight is horcby notified that JL Luuija Hight, on tho 23d Uay of August, 1805, filed hor petition in the ofliee nf the clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, within- nnd for tho county of Meigs, and stato of Uhio, praying that sho may ho divorced from tho said John Iiijilit, nnd ussinging tor causes Habitual urunK- enncss for more than throo years la.-tmist. Said case will stand for hearing at the next torm of snid Court to be holdcn on tho Ititli uay ol uuto bor next. N. Simprox. Attorney for Plaintiff. August 23d, 185. 35-flt. NOTICE TO STONE MASONS. CtEAI.ED proposals will he rocoivcd by tho k3 Board of Education of Middleport, 0., until Septombcr 10th, for tho stono work of tho found ntion of a lareo Public school building. - Specifications of tho kind of work, and infor mation as to the facilities for obtaining stone, and the timo when tho work shall bo eomploted, innv bo had on nvplication to J. W. Jonos, Is. n. Reed, or J. W. Worloy, members of tho Hoard of Education. Address proposuls to the uhdorsigncd. 35-2t. C. R. REED Clerk HUNNE WELL'S KCI.KCTICI The cluims for this valued Family PliiLS. p ar0 beyond that of any othor in use. A test of thom will not only prove this, but tho greater orror of Grifino, which has here tofore been called Chabactkh. Tho ECLECTIC PILLS nover require ovortico, and seldom but one for'h doso, act on the bowols without the alighleat ijrliimg, a point of tho greatest importance, par ticularly in CHEONIC CONSTIPATION, For which tako a Single Pill ovory, or every othor night. Thoy never produce debility and tore Indigestion. Dyspepsia, Headache, Liver and Kidney Complaints, Piles, Worms, Loss of, or Impurities ot tne juioou, iosa oi appetite, ana an Derangement of the Dowels and Stomach. ' ;pir Sold by all Wholesale and Retail Dealers t . inuv t. uiiKHVuivrr. Propriotor, - PRACTICAL CHEMIST, Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass. Physicians or Dealers supplied in Bulk.' For mula and full testimonial to this Gnat Atoiii Development sent on demand. fJyO-Sm FOR SALE. , , mWO valuable farms, laying in Chester town L ship Meigs county Ohio, one containing one hundred and seventv-Uve acres, laying one and half miles from Adams' Mill, eighteen aoros of which aro improved, tne onaae river running tnrougB II, containing tmm iony acres oi goon bottom land, the balance being tillable and well timbered : the other tract contains seventy-five acres, and lays about Ave miles from Pomeroy in said township, of which fifty acres are in cultiva tion, well watered with well and spring wntor, nndor good fonce, with good orchard, house barn and stable which will be sold at reasonable pri ees and term of payment. " Enquire of tbe subscriber living on the last mentioned farm. MICHAEL WILLER. S3-4t. FOB SALE IN MASON CITY. SEVERAL of as eligible building lots as tho town affords, of large size, 81) by 800 foot Terms liberal. Enquire of the subscriber at his residence in said town, usually at homo from 2 to t o'clock p. m. Ttle indisputable. a i to, b a ia 3 -a Z'b i W o - ' E-l I- S POMEROY ACADEMY. THE Fafl session of this Institution will oom menee on Wednesday the 13th day of Sep tember, 186&. It is determined to mnko this school a perma nent institution, and in its dtsoipline, appoint ment of teachers and other advantages, fully equal to any school ln the oountry, and such as shall be worthv the patronage of ail desirous of bestowins a thorough education upon their sons and daughters. Mr. Allon Whitman an accomplished teacher, admirably qualified for the position, will have immediate charge of tho school. We desire to place terms of Tuition at the low est rates, at which tho school ean be sueoessf ully maihtaineou j or tea ensuuig year moy win uu as follows i , ; ' Higher English branchos with ": f f ": Latin and Greek 825 000 nighor English branches alone...,..,..,.. $15 000 Common English branches $10 000 This school affords a favorable opportunity for those who are doslrous of fitting thcmsolves for teachers. ' C. B, POMEROY, Sec. of Board. Pij-lt. ' '.'" ' '" pi We have also fine assortment of Clolh. Cassimeres and Vesting, - Wnicli wo watrant to bo tlie boat in the markot, and wbioh we will MANUFACTURE TO ORDER, - ... . - . ft' On short notice. Mr, Wm. BRADING, wtll bo on nana to give you its. A fino assortment of Men's and Boys HATS & CAPS, which wo' are selling at very Low Prices. Wo respectfully tondor our sinccro thanks to our friends and the Publio, for tho very liberal patronago givon us in our new cnterpnae. Way 21, lStiiS. b-zu-y Front Street, near Sycamore. B. Gr I L M' O R E EM'S !?i5 The undersigned offers for Sale at his New Stand, one door below Simriji Sil vorman'a Store, in Pomoroy, Ohio, a well selected Btook of the abovo namdd rti- oloS, " '' ''''' . cheap mm mm Call soon and examine for.yoursolvcs. H COHEK, Agent. JOHN WILT. a5 55 0 5 r ? gJO b- O r i i-H EH a 2 -a Z. .2 1 a. 5 so - k The undersigned begs leave to inform the citizens of Meigs and idjoining counties, that he is prepared to furnish themwth MONUMENTS, . TOMBS. MARBLE MANTLES, GRAVESTONES. STATUARY TABLE & BUREAU TOPS. ALSO, all kinds of Building and Graveyard Won, ,aeiuj ana prompuj cuted. Hemembcr our place -next door to Patten sBnok BuildmR, Front bt. fiya doors blow Coinl. IOllU Wilt. - ,. Jan. 1,1865,- 8-1-tf v i r ! f, M. HnW, Act, Adj't. the Acadcaiy, ; r v 33-t 33-80. V (1E0. 11; PATRICK.