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COSTINDKD FROM F!T PAGB
i loued 10 ihe fifih session of iho tfecenniol
1 period; STilicre aro two ratios, a repres'nta
;:. live bo aliened to tbo fourth and third
Kissiocis, rmpectivcly; if three, u the third,
' second, and first session, respective! y,
I if four to tho fuunh, third, second, and
i first scissions, resnertivelv.
i Skc 4. An v county, forming with another
i county or counties, a Representative district.
during onn decennial period, II u nave ns
! quired sufficient population at thq next do-
j cenniul period, shall he cniiiled to a separate
: r.ir m-nmilon. if ihero sliull be left, tn the
district from which it shall have been separ
m.il. a nonuludon sutficient for a Represon-
hwNitii no such charge shall be mude,
1 the i-emilar decennial period for
'1k jfonmem (f Ri preseniaiivt s.-
r V A IT. in fixintr nnv siibsenUCIU ralio,
county, previously entitled to a separate
representation, shall have less than lite nuin
bur renuired bv tho new ratio for a Repre
srnuiiive, such county shall he atiaehed to
the county ndjnininj; n, hayipg'llte l.uist num
her of ijihahimnif: and the representation o
.k ... r..rm A cVinll lm ilpii.t-inined
mu uauii, a oiihii w -
I jse lur,-iii nifivii led.
&c. 6. The ratio for a S-naior shall, for
rvtr hereafu r.be useeriained, by dividing
the whole 'population of the Siuic, by the
liuim cr thiny-fivu. "
Sec. 7. The Statu Is hereby divided iiuo
ihiriy-thrno soniitorial disi.ieis. as follows:
The' county r H tuiilion slmll constitute the
first SWiioiitil diMriei; th couiuies of Hut
lerand VVrron. the second; Motnaoiiiery
im.l Preble, the third: OnniiM mid Brown.
Cliiiinii uml Fiiveiu', the!
filth; Ross and Highland, thu sixth, Adams,
Mo, Scioto and Jackson, the seventh- Luw
t i nce. Gitlliu. Melj'sand Vinton, :!to ciltth;
The counties of Stark, Carroll and Colum
biana, shall constitute lha first subdivision
Trumbull, Portago and Mahoninf, the seo
ond, and "Goaflga, Lake, and Ashtabula, the
third subdivision, ot the nnun district; ana,
toget'ter, shall foirri such cisutct.; ;
Sec. 13. The Uenerai Assemoiy ,sna.i
attach any new counties, that may hereafter
bo erected, to such nisirleis, or suoiiivisiou
thereof, as shall be most convenient.- ?: ,
.... ARTICLE XII..
F1SANCB AND f AXATWIf.
Sec. 1. The levving
Alliens. Ilockina and Fuitli.-W. ",1 """"
1'ianklin and Cukuway, tlm tenth; Clark,
Champaign and Madison, illi; eleventh; Mi
n.ni. Daiko and Shelby, the tvvo'.f h; LijJ'in
Union, Marion and Hardin, the thirtei nth:
Washington nnd Morgan, ihe fotirtoonth
I'i itv. the fiiieeiilh; D'la
ware and Licking, ihe sixteenth; Knox and
Morrow, the scvcnuvnih; Coshocton and
Tusi-uriiwas, tho eighteenth; Guernsey and
?donrne, the nineieenil ; IMmont and Har
rison the twnininih; Carroll and Stark, the
tweniy-fnsi; JefiVrsnn anil Cnliiiiibiaun, the
twenty second; Trumbull anil Malioning.ihe
iweniy-ihird; Ashtabula. Lake and Gi-auga,
the iwctiiy-fourih; Cuyahoga, iho twenty
lil'th; lri."ie and Summit, the twenty-sixth;
Medina and Lorain, the tweniy-seven h;
W n vnn nml lliilnies. the twcnivijlhihi
AjI-.ImmiI nml M Mi In ml. tho twuntv-t'inih. Sec 1
Huron. Trie, Sanduskv and Ottawa, the pass no
thirtieth, Seneca. Crawford and Wyandot, powers
ihe thiiiy-fiist; Mercer. Auglaize. Allen.
Vnnweri. Pauldirg, Di-fiar.cc and Williams,
the thinv-second; and Hancock. Wood.
Lucas, Fulton. Henry and Putnam, tlu
thirty third. For iho first decennial period.
' after ihi; adoption of this constitution, end)
of said districts shall bo entitled to one Sjii-
n I. . L : .1. ..L..II I. .
aior, except tlm Iirsl uistrict, which suui. u.
entitled to three Senators.
Sec 0. The i ame rules shall h itpp'ied.
in apportioning the fractions of Sonaioria'
distrins, and in annexing district, which
may hcrealtor have less lhan three-fourths
of a Senatorial ratio,' as are appli jJ to R p
Sec 9. Any county forming part of a
Senainrial district, having -acq tired a popu
Iniinn enrnl to a full senatorial ratio, shall
he made a separate Senatoria' district, at any
regular decennial apportionment, if a full
Senatorial ratio shall bo le t in the district
from which it si all be taken.
,')ec. 10. For the first ten years, nru r the
year one thousand eight hundred and fiTiy
one, iho apportionment of Repr. sontatives
shall bu as provided in ihe schedule, and no
change shall ever be niitdo in the principles
of representation, as herein established. 01
in the Seiiat nial disiriets, except as above
urnvidi(l. All territory, belonsing, to a coun
ty at the time of any apportionment, shall,
as to the right of representation and sufTi age,
remain an intregral part thereof, during iUj
do -ennial period.
Sec 11. Tho Governor. Audiior.aud Sec
retary of Siate, or any two of them, shall, nt
least six months prior to the October elec
tion, in the year one thousand eight hun
Ire.il nnd sixtV'onc, and. at each decennial
llmreai'icr. ascertain and
of taxea, by tha
poll, is grievous and oppressive; therefore,
ihe General Assembly shall never levy a poll
n ' .
iax, lor county or Dtate purposes. .. -Ii
Sue i. Laws shall be passed, taxing, byT"
a uniform rule, all moneya, credits, invest
ments in bonds, stocks, (oint stock tompa
nies. or otherwise; and also all real and per
sonul, properly according to its true value in
money, but burying grounds, public school
hous s, houses used exclusively forttblic
wi rship, iiKiitiiiio.18 of purely public char
ily, public property used exclusively for
any public purpose; and personal property,
to an amount not exceeding in value two
hundred dollars, for each individual, may,
by genera! laws, be exempted from taxation;
uut, all such laws shall be subject to altera
tion or repeal; and the value of all property,
so exemp ed, shall, from lime to time, be
ascertained and published, as may ba direc
ted bv iaw.
' Sec. 3. Tho General Assembly shall pro
vide, by law, for taxing the noies and bills
discounted or purchased, moneys loaneu,
and all other property effects, or dues, ol
every dscriptlon, (without deduction,) of all
Hanks, now existing', or 'hereafter created,
nnd of all hankers, so that i II property em
ployed in banking, shall always bear a bur
den of taxation, equal to that imposed on
ihe property of individuals.
Six. 4. The General Assembly shall pro
vide for raising revenue, sufficient to delray
the expenses of the S.aie, for each yeai, and
also a sufficient sum i pay the interest on
iho Statu debt. .
Sec. 5. No tax shall ba levied, ex -ept in
pursuance of luw; and everv law impo;!"!!
a tax, shall stale, distinctly, ineoDjectoi
iho same, to which only, it shall be applied.
Skc ti. The Siato shall never contract
any debt for purposes of internal improvement.
Pomeroy Select School.
The Third Term of this School will com
mence pa MONDAY, the Uth day of April,'
1861. V i
-' Terms nt QiuftTKM
Reading, Writing, ElemeoUry Geography and Men
tal Arithmetic, - -- - 3 00
Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Philoso-
py. Chemistry and Elementary Algebra. 4 00
Book Keeping by Double Entry, Botany,
Aslmniimv. Ancient Geoirrauhv Sl His-
torv. Phvsioloev and Geoloev, 4 60
Rhetoric. Louie. Hieher Mathematics and
the Greek and Latin Languages, - 5 00
No deductions will be made for absence except
in cases of protracted sickness, and no scholars
will be received alter the first week of the term
unless they go into classes already formed.
" Bold in private families from $1 60 to 91 76.
JAMES M. EVANS, Teacher.
Pomeroy, March 37, 1851.
L 1 to the Commissioners of Meigs county, at
their next session, praying for a county road to be
laid out and established as followstCommeneing
at lot No. 8 in Danville; thence north with the
middle line of Section 13 in Salem township, to the
southwest corner of Sweareneen's land; thence a
northwest course to William Davis' bain; thence
through said Davis' land and F. Andrews' land to
thi nnrt neast corner of said Andrews' land, thence
through W. Haycock's land, keeping on the east
sme oi a certain run w wmuw Buiuuimu - -"-
thence on the east side of the run close to the hill,
to intersect the road at James K. Graham 8 asnery,
April 17, 1861. n28w4pd.
ATniiA la herebv iriven to all Darties inter
li ested itf"the establishment of the State road
leading from Vinton in Gallia county to Albany in
Athens county, that the Commissioners of Meigs
oounty will, on the fifth day of June session, 1861,
her the iwrtiea in favor or Mainst the establish
ment of said road; and the application for damages
of any person or persons on account oi me ioca
tion of said roaa througtt his, ner or ureu muuo.
By order of the Uomnnssioners.
S. HALLIDAY, Auditor.
Auditor's Office, April 17, 1851. n28w.
IJAPfSB HANGINGS-The undersigned
has recently opened in connection with the
Drue business a choice selection of 9,000 Pie
ces of Paper IlanKinsrs. Also, 300 Oil
nnd Paner Window Suaocs, consisting
of Draneries, Arches, Landscapes, and those of
the Chinese and Gothic orders.
The maimitude and variety of the selection en
ables him to sell at such prices as will, without
doubt, harmonize with the varied tastes of this
rtj.i niollio DFITI
community. unanju .m.
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER ! .
THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID.
Or Gastric Juice I
A GREAT DYSPEPSIA CITHER,'
PREPARED from Rennet, or the fourth stomach
of the Ox, after directions by Baron Likbio,
ihe ereat Phvsioloriral Chemist, by J S HOUGH
TON, M D, No 11, North Eighth street, Philadel
This is a truly wonderful remedy for INDICES
TION, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE. CONSTIPA
TION. LIVER COMPKAINT, ana Uttljl.ll I,
curing afterJNature's on method, by Nature's own
mnthnd. the Gastric Juice. '
Half teaspoonfull or this Fluid, mtnsoo. in
water, will digest or dissolve Five Pounim or Roast
Bur in a boot two hours, out ot me stotnacn.
Scientific Evidence 1
Baron Lieiio, in his celebrated work on Animal
Chemistry, savs: "An artificial Dicestive Fluid,
analagous to. the Gastrio Juice, may bo readily
prepared from the mucuous membrane of tne sto
mach of the calf, in whiclrvarious articles of food,
as meat and eggs, will be so sottenea, cnangea ana
digested, just in the same manner as they would be
in the human stomach." '
Dr PcasiaA. in his famous treatise on "Food ana
Diet." Dublished bv Fowlers & Wells, New York,
page 36, states the same great fact, and describes
the method of preparation. There are few higher
authorities than Dr. Pertira.
Dr Combe, in his valuable writings on the Phys
iology of Digestion, observes that dimunition
of the due quantity of the Gastric Juice is a
prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia;"
and he states that "a distinguished professor of
medicine in London, who was severely afflicted
with this complaint, finding everytnii else to tail,
had recourse to the Gastrio Juiee, obtained from
the stomach of living animals, which proved com
Dl GftAUaM, auinor ot me lamous woias uu
"Vegetable Diet," says: "It is a remarkable fact
in nhvaminirv w. tha stomachs in animals, mace
rated in water, impart to the fluid the property of
dissolving various articles oi tooa, anaoi euecimg
kind of artificial digentJon of them in no wise
different from the natural digestive process."
Dr Simok's ereat work, the "Chemistry of Man,"
(Lea & Blanchard, Phila, 1848, pp 321-2) says:
"The discovery of PEPSIN forms a new era in the
chemical history of Digestion. From recent ex
periments we know that food is dissolved as rapid-
ly in an an artificial digestive fluid, prepared from
Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric Juice itself-"
Professor Dunomson, of the Jefferson College,
Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Physi
ology, devotes more than fifty pages to an examina
tion of this subject. His experiments with Dr,
Beaumont, on the Gastric J uice, obtained from the
living human sto)il2C-b from animals, are well
known, "in all cases,v lie says, -uigesuon oo-
, Tho General Assembly shall
spu ial uct conferring corporate
tho ratio of rrpresemmioii, aeeonlnig to Hi.
l,.enii:!il census, ilie number of ilepresen
iritivex ami Senators i acli eouniv ordisuict
shall bo emiileil to elect, ami fr wliai years.
within the next ensuing ten years, uml tlu-(?vi-iiur
sliull cause tlm same to be pub
lisbed. in eucIi manner us shall bo directed
Si-c. 12. For Je.licin! purposes, the State
shall be apportioned as follows:
Tho county of Hamilton, shall constitute
tlio first tfisiricl, which hliall not bu subdivi
ded; and ihe Judges therein, may hold separ
ata conns, or Reparole sittings of the same
court, at the same lime. p
The counties of Under, Preble and Ibrke,
cliall consiiiuio tho first subdivision, Mnt-Kom.-rv,
Miami and Champaign, ihe second,
nnd Wnrren, Cittion, Greene and Ciaik.
the third subdivision, of iho second district;
and. together, shall form such district.
Tho'couniies of Shelby, Augloize, AlUi,
Hardin. Logan. I'ltum and. Marion shaM
cirstiiuiH ih' Rm subdivision, Mercer, Vun
Wen, Putnam, Paulding, Defiance, fil
l;..,o llonrv nnd Fulion. the second, nml
V.uod. Seneca. Ilancoek. Wjandoi and
Ci-Hwftwd. iho third nubdmsion, ol Hie Hiiro
district, dii, jtogether, shall form such tlis-
Tho co.miies of Luca3, Ouaw a, Sundusky .
and Huron, shall constitute ino m'
Sec 2 Cornjraiiona may be formed un
der geuerul laws; but all such laws may, from
lime to time, b;: uttered, or repealed.
' Sec. 3. Dues from corporations shall be
secured, by such individual liab'tity of the
si.ickh.ildt'rs. and other means, as may bo
prescribed by law; but in all cases, each
stockholder shall be liable, over and above
ihe sioek by him or her owned, and any a
mount unpaid thereon, to a further sum, at
least equal in amount to such stock.
Sec. 4. Tho property ol corporations,
now existing or hereafter created, shall lor
evci bo suhicci 10 taxation, ihe same as the
propeny of individuals.
Sec. fi. No riuhi of way shull be appro
nriau d 10 tho uso of any corporation, until
lull compensation therefor bo first made in
money, or first secured by a deposit ol mo
ney, to ihe owner, irrespective of any bene
fit from any improvement proposed by such
corporation; which compensation shall bo
uscjitained by a jury of twelve men, in a
ci'urt of record, us shall be proscribed by
Six. C. Tnu Gencrul Assembly shall
providj fir tho organization of cities, and
incoporaied villugi s, by general laws; and
restrict tlmir iioiver of taxation, assessment,
borrowing money, contracting debts and loan
ing thoir credit, so us to prevent the ubuseol
Sec. 7. Ino act ot ilia uenerai Assemoiy,
authorizing associations wilh banking pow
ers, sliull lake elleci; until it shall be sub-
milted to the people, at iho general election
n xi &jicc.rudiii;i the passage inureol, ana ue
it.niiovud by a mnjoiiiy of ull the electors,
voting ut s ich election.
r TOltSE CAVE STOKE.-M. Wells,
IT. Agent. The undersigned having establish
ed a Store at the residence of Myron Wells, on Curred as perfectly in the artificial as in the natu-
Horse Cave wee."., wui seep saiu store qonsianuy rai digestions."
supplied with such goods as may at any time Ve AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER,
waniea Dy me citizens m urni scuuuu. u is uui jjr houohton s preparations oi rtrsnv nas
design to sell at Pomeroy prices, though some ar- duced the most marvellous effects, curing cases of
tides in lirocenes, aunng uaa roaus, a smau aa- Debility, Emaciation, nervous Uecline, anauys
vance will be added. Any article wanted by the peptic Consumption, supposed to be on the very
citizens not in said store can be ordered and sent verge of the grave. It is impossible to give the de
out at shortest notice. tails of cases in the limits cf this advertisement
The stock m said store is now much larger than Du Authenticated certificates have been eiven of
heretofore. So that customers will find nearly as more than TWO HUNDKED REMARKABLE
full an assortment as in any store in Pomeroy. CURES, in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston
Produce will be taken in exchange at the market ai0ne. These were nearly all desperate cases, and
price in Pomeroy. REED St BROTHER. the cures were not only rapid and wonderful, but
November 'il, lou. permanent.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber it is a great NERNOUS ANTIDOTE, and par
has been appointed and qualified as Adminis- tioularly useful for tendency to bilious disorder,
tratot oh the estate of William McDowell, late of Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, and the evil ef-
THE UNDERSIGNED have now received their
stock of Spring and Summer GOODS, con
sisting in part as follows:
200 pes. Prints the newest aud most fashionable
25 " Furniture Cliints very richs
24 ' " Satinetts, Ermine Cloth, Cassnncres and
25 " Kentucky Jeans, various colors;
25 " Blue Black, Figured and Col'd Alpacas;
25 " Eastern Linseys, of various colors;
25 " New style Ginghams;
200 bolts Brown Muslin, 4-4 best; . -
100 " " " 3-4 cheap) ;
26 pes. Flannels, all colors;
ISO " Bleached Muslins, all oriceS:
Bleached and Brown Drills and Canton Flannels;
Apron Checks and Cheek Shirtings; '
Shawls Thibet Wool, Silk Embroidered & Plaid;
Cashmere and D'Lane Dress Goods, very hand
10 cases Hats and Caps, New styles;
ITinhrellas. Carnct Baes and Satchels:
Jaconets, Cambricks, Book, Swics & Mull Muslins;
Saddle Trees and Buggy Hames;
Oil and Gum Cloth;
Patent Dash Leather and Coach Lace;
Harness Trees New style;
Carpet Bag Frames and Trunk Locks;
Buckles, Bridle Bitts and Stirrups;
Rein Snaps, Terrets and Water Hooks;
Spurs, Saddle Plush and Strain Webb;
Harness and Martingale Kings;
Bridle and Shoe Thread and Silk;
Strain Web aud Girthine;
saddlers Needles, Awls, Punches and Hammers
Cutting Knives and Cutting Thrusts;
fad Screws, Spot, and Brass Nails;
Brass Buggy Bands and Carriage Handles and
Hinges; ; .
Buggy and Carriage Springs and Dash Frames;
Curtain Cloth and Leather;
And every other article in Saddlers' line. .
60 different kinds of Locks aud Latches; i
All kinds of Files and Rasps;
AJ1 kinds of Chisels and Plain Bitts;
All kinds of Augers and Bitts;
All kinds of Saw Sets and Ginibleta;
Mill, Scroll and Hand Saws;
Tenon, Circular and Key Hole Saws;
Wood and Billet Saws; - j
Broad and Hand Axes; !
Hinges, Screws and Finishing Nails; j
Braces, uil Ses Rales; j
Shoe Hammers and Peg riui!; and Punches!
Shutter and Window Fastenings;
Bed Screws and Castors all kinds; ' ... . i . '
Sash and screw arm Pullies;
Brass and Mahogany Knobs;
Anvils, Vices and Screw Plates;
Bellows' and Sled3e Hammers;
And a great variety other articles in this line.
Uoot- and Shoes.
6 cases Men's, Boys nnd Children's Boots;
2 " Women's heavy bootees and buskins;
CLEAR THE TRACK!
lutAiuxu's new depot:
One door hclpte Crawford 6 Stier't store
Front street, romeroy, Ohio.
1'UST RECEIVED from Cincinnati a large nnd
. . . l nt.uttir in hi? nt n
I wen re ecten sioen oi haaui nmur, vjjw-
TH1NG, which has never been surpi s'ed in qual
ity or price in this market. Being a practical
Tailor, and having been carrying on the business
for seven years in Pomeroy, 1 have selected my
stock, with a full knowledge of the wants of this
market looking to substantial goods and cheap
Mv stock consists of Dress, Frock and Sack
Cnnta. Pantaloons. Vests. Shirts, Uudershirls,
Drawers, V uruinlung Goods, Uravats, caps, i runss
&C. Also, a superior article of I tfilor s hhears
and Points; an article kept nowhere else in rome
The undersigned does not feel it necessary to
boast of the great variety and cheapness of his
stock. He knows that an examination of his
goods will tell more potently in their favor than
all the 'high-fainting' words to be found in Walk
er and Webster, could say for thein. He there
fore leaves it for others, whose stock needs to be
tiraiscd, to tell about the variety, eoodness, and
cheapness of their goods. His goods speak dr
themselves, as all competent judges must decide.
They aro STRONG AND WTELL MADE, and he
merely asks those wishing to
Purchase Clothing Cheap,
To call upon him before buying elsewhere, as he
is confident he can sell them more Fashionable
and better Clothing at CHEAPER RATES than
any other establisliment in the county.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1851. n28.
lAv.iAlvil Vitt tmu
Meies county, dee'd.
CALEB WOOD, Adm'r.
March 27, 1861. no27w3. 1 ' -
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Of
fice at Pomeroy, Ohio, on the first day of
cilwlivisiun. Lorain, Medina and
lm erniJ. ami tho county
iI.h il.ird subdivision, of ihe fourth
Sec. 1. The G :m rnl Assembly, at its
li.st session after ihu adoption of this Con
solution, shall provide for the appointment
of ihreo Coinmi.siouers, and proscribe their
ti'iinro of oHice.comoer.sation, und-ihe mode
of .filling vacancies in said commission.
Sue 2. I hd suid commissioners shall re
refunn. sioiolil'v and ubridire. the prac-
linn, nleadimis. forms nnd proceedings of
tho Courts ol'n cordof this Suite; and, as
lar ut maciicablo and expedient, shall pro
vide for the abolition of tho distinct forms of
iiciioii ai law, now in use, and for the ad
ministration of jusiicc by a unifum mode ol
)roceeuiii.'i witnout reiereitce to any uisiinc
tion between law and equity.
Sec. 3. The proceedings of the Commis
siom-rs shall. I'ruin limo to time, bo reported
li the G -in ra Assembly and be subject
o ihe action of ihui body.
Skc. 1. Columbus shall be the sent of
u vernmeni, until otherwise directed by law
Si.c. 2. The priiiiinu of the laws, jour
nals, bills, legislative documents and papers
li r ruth branch of iho deneral Assembly,
with the priming required for ihe Executive
uml oilier departments of Slate, shull be let,
on contract, to ihe lowest responsible bidder,
by such Executive officers, and in such man-
Booth John J
Bradshaw George W
Brook Owen 2
Chose F M
Davis Isaac E
Doss Charles B 2
Eastman George W
Evans Dave T
Harris David W
Hays Thomas 2
Hindman Mc J
Johnson S F
Jones David - '
Knowlton R D
Mitchell AnnaM 8
Oliver Harvey T
Parker & Allen
Quillen Amos ,
RootP " ' ' '
Shanks fenilton fenjbakr
Singers William . ; .
Spencer ET .
Stiles Laura A
Story John '
Sutley J R
Torance John J
t Trueman Eliza
Vantuyle Mary Ann
Warner Samara '
' Werling David
Young Mary E
fectsof Quinine, Mercury, aud other drugs upon
the Digestive organs, after a long sickness. Also,
for excess in eating, and the too free use of ardent
spirits. It also reconciles Health with intemper
ance. OLD STOMACH COMPLAINTS.
There is no form of OLD STOMACH COM
PLAINTS which it does not seem to reach and re
move at once. No matter how bad they may be, it
GIVES INSTANT RELIEF! A single dose re
moves all the unpleasant symptoms, and it only
needs to he repeated, for a short time, to make these
eood effects permanent- PURITY OF BLOOD
and VIGOR OF BODY follow at ouce. It is par
ticularly excellent itt cases cf Nausea, Vomiting,
Cramns, Soreness ot the pit ot the btomacn, ois
tress after eating, low, cold state of the Blood,
Heaviness, Lowness of Spirits, Despondency, Ema
ciation, Weakness, tendency to insanity, buiciee,
Price. ONE DOLLAR per bottle. One bottle
will nften eflfeet a lasting cure.
Every bottle bears the written signature of J S
HOUGHTON, M JJ, sole proprietor.
Sold by agents in every town in the United Sttes,
and bv resnectable dealers in Medicines generally
Also, for sale at the Drug Store of D. UEED,
Pomeroy, Uhio- apnreugyt
Children's " shoes, best article!
Misses bootees aud shots, a sup. article;
5 poz. Ladies' Calf and seal bootees and buskins;
10 " Infant and ChhilUren s small shoes sup.
10 " Ladies and Misses Kid Slipper and thick
We esneciallv invite the nni,i; in null and ex
amine our stock. We have nnv thn Inwnrv "d I
best selected stock we have ever had; and many
very tine articles such as have not been kept in
We are prepared to fill any orders either Whole
sale or Retail on very reasonable tenns.
HEED & BROTHER.
Pomeroy, April IT, 1851. n28tf.
Mutnal Life nsurance Company,
AT COVINGTON, KY-
Guaranty Fund $100,000.
W. B. ROBBINS, President.
A. L. GREER, Vice President.
J. R. PAYSON, Secretary.
BOARD OV DIRECTORS.
W. B. Robbins,
S. E. Mack,
J. S. Morgan,
C. A. Withers,
R. M- Withers,
A. L. Greer,
8. J. Walker,
J. B. Casey.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild. Cherry.
m.p Great Remedy for Consumption of the Lungs,
'inv.i;.-ns of the Liver, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Pains or Weakness of the Breast or Lungs, and
other affections of the Pulmonary Organs.
- WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
7s a fine herbal medicine, composed chiefly of Wild
Cherry bark and the genuine Iceland Moss, (the
imrtorted expressly for this purpose,) the
: ,,'ni Airings of which are also combined
... . 1Z ;..n,;: -rocess. with the extract of
uy a new viiwiiuvui j. ' i
Mil VUU0 ILIlUVltllg Ww ! -w WW. .g
certain and efficacious remedies discovered foi
Consumption or the Lungs.
Interesting Correspondence. Dr. William Y.
Banks, of Xenia, Ohio, a highly respectable drug
gist in that deli-'Uful village, has informed us that
tie sale of Wistar's Balsam oi na varoj
unnr;!leled. The demand for it is so eager, that
heTan scarcely Keep himself supplied wi h
For the Removal and Permanent Cure of all'
lnd of that Compwitt which tr caused br an impair'-'
weakened unhealthy condition of th
lERVOVI BY STB H.-
Thii beautiful and convenient application nt the myiU''
rlou, puwere of OALVAN1SM and MAGNETISM, haibeea;-
ironnunced by diitiniruiihed phyiiciam, both in Europe ai)tf'
he United State, to be th ( ealiuillt wudieinol duceMn -
DR. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC BELT
n uked with Uie noet perfect and certain ueotai in all caici'
ton to th varinne
item. Alio in FITS,
V8PEPSIA or INDI.
OR8TION, RHEUMATISM, ACUTE end CHRONIC, GOUT,
trlLKroi, LUMBAGO, UtAI-INtBH, INtRVOUS TRf
MOB8, PALPITATION OF THE HEART, APOPLEXV,
NEURALGIA, PAINS In th SIDE and CHEST, LIVER
COMPLAINT, SPINAL COMPLAINT, and CURVATURE
ftheSPlNB, HIP COMPLAINT, DIBEASES or the KID
NEYS, DEFICIENCY OK NERVOUS and PHYSICAL
ENERGY, and all NERVOUS DISEASES, which oomplaintl
aril from on,iinipl cauae namely,
,"A DcnuiKement of tlaa VcrronS Sratem. ,
ttrt. In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS Dnin and Medicinte
Intrraa ifiuw, for they weaken the vital energiei ( the
already froitrated ayitem s while under th ttrengiheninK,
Strengthening th weakened body, giving t
organ, and invigorating the entire eyiten
CRAMP, PARALYSIS end PALSY, DY81
lile giving, vitalizing influence of Galvaniam, aa applied by
thii heautiful and wonderful discovery, th exhausted patient
and weakened sufferer is restored to former health, strength.
JAMES RALSTON, P. M.
April 17, 1851 n28w3
ft and erected a steam engine in the turning
department, have now the most complete and best
arranged and appointed
J. T. MOREHEAD, Solicitor.
R. PRETLOW, M. D Physician.
J. B. CASEY, Ch'n. Com. on Finance.
THE terms upon which this Company insure Life
are peculiarly favorable to the Insured much
more so, it is believed, than the terms of aiiy other
Life Insurance Company, to-wit:
The great security aUoruea in a uuaramy r una
of 8100,000, 20,000 of which has been paid in
cash, and 880,000 secured in the safest manner ny.
Bond and Mortgage of. Real Estate.
Rates of Premium greatly reduced from the rates
of other Companies, and more equally graduated.
Insurance for the benefit of married women se
cure from the creditors of their husbands.
No extreme hazards taken by tnis company.
An annual dividend to all policy holders, paya
ble in cash: also, additions made to Liie roncics
JOHN PROBST Sl CO,
above Naylof s run bridge
A NINO lutflv enlarced their establishment everv five years
noieg lasen in painur r icuuui.ia.
Policies issued upon application without delay,
a a as i Tt ft nn lnc nf Insurance to the parties.
Lives of either sex insured between the ages of
fourteen and sixty inclusive, lor one year, me
years, or for life.
The Pamphlets and Tracts published by the
Company will be found to contain much vainame
in this pert of 0 hio All kinks of Furniture will
be manufactured at the lowest prices, viz:
u:ul. t(ieilicr, shall f-irm sucii uirici.
Tho'wiimics of Clerinwu, lirov. it find
Adams, r-lmll fonniiinc ilie first subdivision.
UiL'l.laiid, Ross ni.tl Fuyww, iho s.cimd;
ni'd ricktiwnv, Franklm mid Madison, ilie
iliird subdivision, id tlm fililt district; and,
mgoili t. shall form such district.
Tliecoiintii R of Liel;lii2. Knox nnd Drla
wnr'. slmll consii'uie the first subdivision
M ,rrow. Iiichlmvl and Ashland, ilie scpond
and Wnvnu llolnifs and Cosliocion. the
third siihdvisiin. of tlm sixili .lisirict; and.
toeiher, .shall form such district.
Ti.nnnmii.t of Fairfield. Perry and HiKik-
ihe firl subdivision.
Jackson, Vinton. PiU Fciow nnd Law
and Gullti. Mi ics, A
-n,i vnKliiri.:t,n. ilu third nibdivision.
of the1 scvnih district; and ogeiher,. slmll
form such district.
Thn eonnilos t'f Mii-klntfnm and Morgan
at.,. 11 fltf. Bill tllft ibn firiii suMivlsion. Gofrn-
H.illnnlnnd Monrnp. the s Klld. and Jef.
IlarLimi mid Tiiw'nmWH. i1i ihlrd
iltdMsioii. ofibo eitthil. disirici; nnu, to
P'tlici, s-liutl form sticli disirici.
a l. -1 11.. I
,.r r..-nk,.irn J ner. us snail nn nrescrioeu oy iuw
. ' I- ....... rrv
Rosewood, Mahoeanp and Black Walnut setts, information respecting the nature, principles, ap-
carved, ornamental and plain, suitable for parlors, plication, and benefits of Life Insurance. Also,
,.,1 l.ori.rnsmia I n or.minotinn nf the nlni Of oUlOl MlltUfl! Oollt-
Persons desirinir any articles in the Furniture oanies of this country and a full explanation of
line, from the plainest to the most elegant and the plan proposed by this Company, together wito
costly, ate respectfully iovited to call. ,: ' various tables, one showing the rates of premium
ti,. r,.n.; .rtiioa win hp mmin to order; fnr thn term nf life, of several companies, comua-
Bureaus.. Tables,' Slandsi Bedsteads, Cupboards, red with the rates of this Company, and another
and-all kinds of household furniture: also " 1 elvlng the rates of this Company, for altages and
Tete a tata divans I fepns at which insurance ts maae. -Roception
chairs; Pamphlets and Tracts furnished gratis, and-ap
Mahogany parior cnaira; pucauons receiveanaiorwaruuu nr y i -s
., A. 1. VAil lWAll,
Agent, Pomeroyf O.
C. F. Thomas, Medical Examiner.'
January 23, 1861. n!8m3.
Tete a tete sofas:
Rosewood parlor do
Black walnut ' do
Mahog'y rocking do
I K. GUTSOTT'S IMFItOYED EX-
I J TRACT OP YELLOW DOCK &
S ARS AP Alt LLIiA, put up in the largest
sized bottles, contains more of the pure Honduras
Sarsanarilla than any other preparation extant,
which is chemically combinea wan tne bxtrsci oi
Yellowy Dock, the lixtract or wua inerry, ana
the Balsara'of Fir, thus making the remedy more
thoroughly -fflciat than any other Sarsapanlla
bclore the public. . At tne same lime u is perifcv
ly free from all mineral poisons, which cannot be
said of any other of the Sarsuparilla compounds.
The invalids should beware of poisons. Mercury,
Iron, Quinine, Potash, Iodine, 8uiphur, Arsenic,
aud many other mineral and metallic poisons, en
ter into, and form the active basis of most of the
SaVsaparillas aud Panaceas of the day. Guysott's
Compound lixtract ot Yellow ltock. anaoarsapa
rilla does not contain a particle of these substan
ces; as anyone can ascertain by applying the ne
cessary tests. ,
These poisons may occasionally remove tne dis
ease, but ihey so vitiate the blood and completely
impregnate the whole system with their baneful
effects, that the first cold, or the first attack of dis
ease, prostrates the patient's strength, and sub
jects hint or her to the most excrutiating torture,
and renders another cure almost impossible and
honelest. Let all nnisonous Sarsanarilla prepara
tions alone and use Guysott's Improved Extract of
SMsaparilla, winch is thoroughly emcacious, per
fectly harmless, and purely vegetable. All kinds
of disease vield to its genial influence..
1 tie tallowing is an extract ol a letter aaiea
March 27, 1850, from E. B. Perkins, M. D., a high
ly n;spectable physician of Marietta, Ohio:
John Fark Dear bir: 1 nave under my care a
voiinc woman who, lor sixteen years, nas neen
suffering from Ulcerated Liml.3, and whose case
tas been pronounced hopeless by three ol our best
ihvsicians. I took her into my family, and have
uped Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla free
lv. and am confident that the Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla will effect a permanent cure. She is
in better Keneral health than sne nas ever been
before, and walks a mile or two without fatigue or
pain. A year ago she used crutches. I will re
port the case in due time. Very respactfully,
. 11. tt&llruus.
UT None eenuiiic unless nut up in large bottles,
containing a quart, aud name of the Syrup blowed
in the plass, with the -written signature, s. r.
Bennett, on the outside wrapper.
ID Price II par bottle; or six bottles for So.
So.dby J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Northeast comer of Fourth and Walnut sts.
trance on Waluut st. to whom all orders must be
addressed. It is also sold by the following persons:
D. KEEL), Pomeroy.
G. W. COOPER & CO., Chester.
J. CAPEHART & CO., Point Pleasant.
JOHN FRAME, Coolville.
JOHN PERKINS, Athens.
- MAGUET & NARET, Oallipolis.
S. S. MURRAY, Wilkesville.
'-J., G. BYRNE, Porter.
April 17, 1861. n28.
s EC. 3. An accurate anu actuiiua siato-
mcnt of ihe receipts and expenditures of the
public monry, the several nnio mis paid,
lo whom, and on what account, shall, fr m
limo to lime, bu published, us sliitLJ, be pre,;
scribed by law.
Sec. 4. No person shall be elected or ap
pointed to any office in this State, unless he
nossess tne qiiunncaiions oi an ciecior.
Sec 5. No prrson who shall hereafier
fight a duel, assist in iho same as second, or
send, accept, or knowingly carry, a chal
lenire iherefjr. sliall hold any oflice in ihis
- Sec. 6. Lotteries, and the sale of lottery
tickets, for any purpose whotcvor, shall Tor
tver be prohibited in this Siute.
Sec. 7. livery person chosen or appoin
ted to any ollice under this Suae, before en
icrinc upon the discharge of iia duties, shall
lake an oufh or uliirmaiion to support the
Constitution of the United States, and ofthti
Suite, and also ao ouih of office
Sec. 0. There may be established, in the
S. crctury of Stn s 011106, a bureau ol eta
lisiics, under such regulations as may be
; prescribed by law.
Sofas in plush, hair and cloth covers, i
Divans do do do ao
Ottomans, mahogany French bedsteads;
Black walnut do do ,
Marble top centre tables; ' '
Marble top dress bureaus;
Marble top fancy stands,
Mahogany wardrobes, Secretaries and
Book cases, won) stands, toilet tables, 4c.
JTAU orders promptly attended to.
GsaieHwS Colli lis of every description ma
nulact ired promptly to the time. feb!4n20tf.
IrllTH says that the Cash system works like
a charm. He has just returned trora the
Queen City and is prepared to accommodate his
numerous customers wita tne iouowmg arucies
at his cash prices.
40 Barrels best Molasses;
15 do Middling and Extra Sugars;
10 Boxes Raisins;
10 do Soap;
10 do Candles;
Sugar Crackers; Soda aud Butter do.
Collee, Tea, &o.
I SAAC SAMUELS will take notice that a peti
I tion was filed against him on the 16th day of
Anril. 1861. in the Court of Coirwinu Pleas of
Meiirs county Ohio, bv Jacob Shitty, and is now
pending therein, wherein the said Jacob Shiley
demands DartitiOn of the following real estate, viz;
Section No 4, Town No 7, Range No 14, and frac
tion No 4 in Section No 10, Town No 7, Range
No 14. in the Ohio Comoany's Purchase, in said
county; and that at the next term of said court
application will be made by tne saiu jacoo onuey
for an order that partition may be made of said
Dremises. T A PLANTS,
April 17, 1851 n28w6 Att'y for Petitioner.
'adopted the Cash system, I offer to the citizens
generally a ;splendia opportunity oi icautiug
advantmrea. .flash should irive its possessor
u,hieh under the Dresent system of trade
he fails to realize; it being an undeniable fact that
no business can be conducted as encap wr croon-
as cash, and no fair dealing man will make a dis
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Spices and other articles belonging to the trade uncuon prejudicial w eimer, wu.i iu km... .
at Wholesale or Retail. Call and see him tirst cjusuHnera are nrougiii iace w
u i .i... u..n;.. uiu.tUn," Therefore, in order tn reward industry and Irtl
iiuuto uu.o nuiiing ....... ..v . ........ r;;., r:: - -;7r. j,, p,.,rnv
gaiuy, imve Rsivuuanea uni .v ... . v...w;
where you can save money by spenatng it hi
deel2'60nol2. n. a. omi i n o,
Dos. Buckets on hand and for sale by
GEO VV HOLMES.
Cured, for sale at
PLATFOIWI SCALES, for sale at Cin
cinnati prices, at SMITH'S.
ED PINS.--3 brls. lied Pins just receiv
ed and for sale by. H. H. SMITH, Agent.
TEA STOKE. Havine iuBt received
m TtAnf ...nln nf thai Bnlendill TI'A.'. frCm
lt.?.MH.Ptli1.1nk;. I ntTor it in the IlllllliC With
renewelinducemenU' 'JH. WSWirit.AgoHi.
jan9850. . ... .
"tOAl . STOVES. The celebrated Enterprise
VJNos. 1, 1 and 3.
flail and see them, av
THE subscriber has been appointed agent for
the sale of the celebrated works, medicines
aud Instruments of Dr. Fitch, vis:
on the cause, treatment, and permanent cure of
Patent Steel Springs, Shoulder Braces, Silver Ex
Including Pulmonary Balsam, Pectoral Expecto
rant, Pure Medical Cod Liver Oil, Pulmonary
Liniment, Heart Corrector, Humor Corrector, tie
purative Syrup, Auti-Dyspeptio Mixture, Cathar
tic Pills, Cholera nnd Cholio Specific, Vermifuge,
The above ,onn the system of treatment of Pul
monary Consumption, Asthma, Heart Di"eases,
&c., which has been so eminently successful, in
relieving and curing those diseased. All the above
remedies are prepared by ur. r. lor nis practice,
and warranted good. His repeutstion, founded
on auccess. will recommend them to the afflicted,
who wiU find Dr. Fitch's "Guide to Invalids," a
valuable book. It is given away at the store of
the agents. Those suffering lrom tailing ol the
womb will find Dr. F.'s Supporter light and plea
sant, and fittiitr perfectly, and at the same time
most efficient. The Shoulder Brace, also is light
and efficient. The articles alone, or taken to
gether, are unsurpassed by any article ever made.
J. P. FLEMING, only agent for Meigs county;
also,.AVholcsulp and Retail Druggist, awl dealer
in Glassware,' Window Glass" French, ' Eriifliih,
Uuiwnn ami American Chemicals, &c. &c,, in
Remington's building, Front street, i ;;v ,4
September 19, 1850. yl.
"OECimilEAT ELOI B.-IOOO lbs for
JJsnle nt SMITH'S.
. , j i ctnrp mrai nines luj iuhk
ie nas nau in .,a.:r-d( ftnd
lions. Bourn oi muso . v.j
. ,:,.r since he has naa
some gavo leuiuurair icuci. i. . i
Wistar's Bakam of WUdoherry, a r.umter ol the ,
most serious cases were completely enreu by its
use. "l never sold a meaicine," saia ine uoctoi, ;
"in which I had the entire confidence that I have
It CoresI Whenever Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry is introduced, it at once attains that high
reputation which it so richly deserves. W hat can
nrevent its sale, when on every hand can be wit
nessed its wondenul cures f The worst cases ol
Asthma, recent and dangerous coughs, (and also
those of lone standini?,) Bronchitis or Consump
tion, (in its early stages,) are always cured oy this
Cured by Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. The
following cure of Jeremiah Iserieg, of Consump
tion, (five of his brothers and sisters having died
of Consumption) is truly wonderful. Ought not
this urge the afllicted to make use of this health
giving remedy, when it is effecting cures like the
Pleasant Ridge, Hamilton Co., O., )
September 27, 1850.
I J. D. Path Dear Sir : I take the liberty of ad
vising you of the benefit I havo derived from the
useot Ut. wistars Balsam oi wild unerry. i
was prostrated by that terrible scourge Consump
tion, in May last. The attack was truly norrnying
to me; five of my family, my brothers and sisters,
had died of Consumption, i was atiiicteu wun
nearly all tho worst features of the disease; I had
a distressiug cough, and expectorated a great deal
of blood, hectic feAer, severe pains in the side and
chest, cold chills, alternating with flushes of heat
and copious night sweats.
1 was under the care ot a skiiieu physician,
from the time I was taken sick until about six
weeks since, being then about helpless, and my
friends considering my case hopeless, of at least
beyond the reach of my physician's skill, advised
the use of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
Without mv knowledee. my father procured it,
and commenced using it. I was able to be out and
oversee my business and labor, which 1 still con
tinue to do. 1 have taken four bottles of the me
dicine, and now consider myself well. I make
this statement to induce others that are afflicted
as 1 have been, to make trial of Wistar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry, which remedy has, under the
blessing of Providence restored my health.
Imnortant to those afflicted with diseases of the
lunts and breast. Will miracles never cease?
More evidence of its surpassing health restorative
From Dr. Baker, Springfield, Washington, co. Ky.
SraiNiniKLD, ivv., way 11, 180.
Messrs. Sanford & Park: 1 take this opportuni
ty of informing vou of a most remarkable cure
Derfonned UDon me bv the use of Dr. Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry.
In the year 1840 1 was taken with the innama-
tion of the bowels, which 1 labored under for six
weeks, when 1 gradually recovered. In the Fall
of 1841 I was attacked with a severe cold, which
seated itself upon my lungs, and for the space ol
three years I was confined to my bed. 1 tried all
kinds of medicines and every variety oi am wun
benefit: and thus I wearied along until the winter
of 1846, when 1 heard of Wistar s Balsam of Wild
Mv friends Dersuaded me to eivc it a fair trial,
thouirh I had eiveu un all hopes of recovery, and
had prepared myself for the change of another
world. Through their solicitations, l was in
duced to make use of the genuine Wistar's Bal
sam of Wild Cherry. Tee effect was truly aston
AftcT five years of affliction and suffering, and
after having spent four or five hundred dollars to
no purpose, and the best and most respectable
nhvsicians had proved unavailing. I was soon
restored to entire health by the blessing of God.
and the use of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
May the blessings of God rest upon the propne-
tors of so valuable a medicine as Wistar Balsam
of Wild Cherry. Yours, respectfully,
W. H. BAKER
The genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
has a fao simile ot the signature of Henry w istar,
iU. U. Philadelphia, and banlord tt fark. en
graved wrapper. No other can be genuine.
Sold by J . D. PARK, (successor to Sanford
Park.) Fourth and Walnut streets, Cincinnati,
Ohio, General Agent for the South and West, to
whom all orders must be addressed. It is also sold
by the. following persons:
u. Heed, romeroy; U. w. Cooper tt Co.,.Ches
ter;John Frame, Coolville; J. Canehart tt Co.,
Point Pleasant; John Perkins, Athens; Maguet tt
noret, uainpoiis; s. o. Murray, Wilkesville; G. J.
Payne, Porter. '
January 9, 1861. nl6m4.
tlasticitr and vigor.
The great peculiarity and excellence of
Dr. Christie's Galvanic Curatives,
consists In tha fact that the? srrest and cure disease by tut
ward application, In place of the usual mode of drugging ar.J
phsiclung the patient, till exhausted Nature sinks hopelessly
under the Infliction.
Tkiy itrtngthen th Ao! system, equalixt (As eiVcpijd'on
s IAS blood, promote tht itcrttiont, nnd nevrr do the tlifhlut
Injury under any cireumsfanees. Since their introduction in
Ihe United States, only three years since, more than
including all ogee, cissses and conditions, among which vrero.
a large number of ladies, who are peculiarly subject to Nerv
eu Complaints, have been
ENTIR3LT AND PERMANENTLY CUBED,
!!. all hope of relief had been given up, and every tiling
else been tlied In vain ! . . . ...
To illustrate the use of the GAX.VASIIC BELT, suppose
the case of a person afflicted with that bane of civilization,
DYSPEPSIA, or any other Chronic or Nervous Disorder. In
ordinary cases, stimulants ara taken, which, by their action oe
the nerves and muscles of the stomach, afford temporary re
lief, but whicn leave tne patient in a lower state, and with in
Jared faculties, after the action thus excited has ceased. N
compare this with the eA'f-t resulting from the application ol
Ihe GALVANIC BELT .'eke Dyspeptic sufferer, even in
Ihe worse symptoms of an attack, and simply tie the Sell
around the body, using tht Magnetio Fluid as directed. In
a short period the insensible perspiration wUl act on Ihe posi
tive element of the Belt, thereby cauiing a Galvanic cirr.ula
lion wmcn will pass on 10 tne negative, and thence Dark
ijoin to the positive, thus keeping up a continuous Oalrsnit
circulation throughout the system. Thus the most sorero
"VW OAVS IS UTEN AMIXH BU f lUltJUT TO KADI.
CATb TIJK DISEASE OF YEARS.
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIALS
Of tut, moit tfiiaouDte inaraeter,
From all parte of the Conn!.? oocld he given, tufllcienl te
BU every column In this paper I
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE?,
which conclusively proves that
"Truth la stranger than Fiction."
Rheumatism, Bronchitis and Dyspepsia.
EEV. DR. LANDIS, A CLERGYMAN
f New Jersey, of distinguished attainments and exalted re
Sidbit, New Jorsey, July 1J, 1818.
H. Chbistii Dear Sir t You wiih to know of me
what has been the result in my own case, of the application
of THE GALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE. My repl is
as follows :
For about (wenly years I had been suffering from Drsppp-
veat the symptoms becsme worse, nor could i oo-
tain permanent relief from any course of medical treatment
whatever. About fourteen years since, in comenrence of
lrequent eaposure to the weather, in ths discharge of my
pastoral duties, I became subject to a severe Chronic Rheu
matism, which for year after year, caused me indescribable
anguish. Farther t in the winter of ' tt end '46, in conse
quence of preaching a great deal in mv own and various
other churches in this region, I was attacked by the Bronchi,
tie, which soon became so severe as to require an immediate
auspension of my pastoral labors My nervous ryi'sm was w
lAareussly prostrate, ana as my sroncniiis Dec am e worse, so
also did my Dyspepsia and Rheumatic affection thus evin
cing that these disorders were connected with each other
through the medium oi tne- nervosa system, in tne wnoie
pnaitnacoposie mere seemen so oe no remcuiai egoro wmcr
could reach and recuperate my Nervous System i every
Jiing that I had tried lor this purpose had completely failed.
At hist I was led bv mv friends to examine your indentions,
and (thoueh with no very eana-uine hopes of their efficiency,)
I determined to try tne eneci oi tne appucauon oi me uau
VAN1C BELT AND NECKLACE, with the MAGNETIC
FLUID. This waa in June, 184 To art caatt sjtoiiish.
ISENT, III TWO D1TS ISV DlSriMU SUB OONX -, SIS IOHT
oars I wsa anaeLao to aiiUMa ssv rtsTaaii. uhsi no
HITS I SIHCI OMITTKO 4 SIKOL SiavlOE OK SCCOOKT Or TUB
BaONCHITIS i 4110 UT B.HIUM4TI0 AWOTIOIf HAS IRTISH.!
ciasid to Taooai.a hi. Bach ie the wonderful and happy re
sults of the experiment -
: have recommended in n 1.11 anu rL,uiu o many wno
kave been likewise suffering from Neuralgic affections. They
lire tried them, with mm iisults, 1 iiliivi, in irtas
I am, dear air, vary respectruiiy yours,
ROBERT W. LANDIS.
Is used for all complaints affecting the Throat or Head, such
as Bronchitis, lunammsuon 01 ine i nroet, nervous ano oica
Heedache, Dizziness of the Head. Neuralgia in the Face But
ting or Roaring in the Ears, Deafness, which is generally
Nervous, and mat distressing compiaiot,oaiiea 1 10 uoioroux.
Palsy and Paralysis.
All physicians acknowledge that these terrible diseases
are caused by a deficiency of A"sresus Energy In the affected
limbs. Da. Chiistie's Oalvanio Article! will supply this
deficient power, and a complete ana enure inn is tnus
Severe Deafness Cored.
The following it an extract from a letter latelv reeeirel
from a distinguished physician in the State ef Virginia 1
-A. n. uhiistii, in. u.uer oiri un 01 my patients,
unknown to me, obtained your Soleenie Belt aissf Necklace,
with the JUortielie Fluid, for 1 serious affeotlon of Deaf,
nees Th case waa that of a lady whose Nervona system
wee much disordered, and her general health doot. Much
was done previously to th application of th Belt, bnt wilh
very little success, and I feel it only right to tell vou, thst
sine she commenced wearing the Belt and using the Fluid,
her general health J better than for
Qrf Every case oi Deafness, If It be Nervona, as U gas-Brail; f
is, can be cured by this wonderful remedy. .
OALVAMC B K A C P. I, K T S
Ar found of vast nrvie in cues of Convulsiona or Fits,
Spasmodic Complaints, and general Nervous AAecticJnfl ol the
Head and upper xtremitiea Also in raisy ana feral y lis, and
Ill diseasee ceueed by .tendency of power or
Energy in the limbs or other organs 01 tne body.
Tic Dcloreux and Neuralgia.
These dreadful end agonizing complaints ir imiaraV
Uely relieved by th application of the OiLvamfl But,
through the system th Necklece hsj local effect, and
the Fluid acta directly upon the affected nerves. In these dis
tressing sfflictions the spplicetlon NEVER FAILS.
FIT8 AND CONVULSIONS.
ThM tJflrmin ind tarribU comnklntf. tr ftlwavi eatiud
I'he &E1.T, BaaoiLiTe ah a
Flo in will cur nearly every cese, no matter bow young tt
kw eld the patient, or how confh-med the complaint Nu
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FIFTY IIAltUELS Muskingum Salt for
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1 lATHEU Upper, C&t, Toppine, Lin
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: j V: OLE LUATIIEU.-A splendid article of
m I'nr Cincinnati nnd Heinloek tnu, for calc at
sperous and astonishing proofs tr In possession of th pre
ICTMany hundred Certificates from all parts of
the country of the most extraordinary character
can be given, if required.
ICrNo trouble or inconvenience attends the uso
of CH.CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC ARTICLES, and
they may be worn by the most feeble and dalicste,
with ycrfect case and safety. Iu many eases the
sensation attending their use is highly pleasant
and agreeable. They can be sect to any part of
the country. ,
The Galvanic Belt,
The Galvanic Necklace,
) The Galvanic Bracelets, '
- The Mannetio fluid.
, The articles are accompanied by lull and plain
directions. Pamphlets with full particulars may
be had of the authorized Agent.- : . '
UPasticula Cai'tion. Baware of Couuber-,-
foils imd Worthless Imitations. . -
IL'D. C. MOREHEAD, M. D., General Agent
for the United Stntes, 132 Brondwoy, New York.
D J. P. FLEMING and D. BEED, suthorired
Agents for Meigs county. nolOyl.
Two Dollars. 1
line Dollar Jfafh.
LOI'K fn 111 the Chesirc
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