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WHIG STATK COMTENTIOJt.
We observe that some of the Whig popers
do Hot fully understand the manner of elec
ting delegates to the Siaie Contention for
July SJ. Lat us explain. '
It was the desire of the Central Commit
tee to hare a large Convention at that time,
and to have 1t composed of the ablest and
most discreet men of our party, oil ovc( the
State. ' To simplify the business, it wtj a
fcrecd that these delegates should bo bhosen
in the several townships on the 17th -June,
and that they" should be? delegates, por to
the county Convention but to the Smfe Con
tention, at Columbus.' For lnstance,ihe
county 6f Perry has 12 townships.'-(Each
township Is entitled to a delegate to tbt tate
Convention, ond for every: additional hun
dred Whig votes such township Is entitled
"loan additional dolegate.;, By jhis, qpera-.
Don Perry, cou nty w 1 1 1' prbHably be 'ctlil lltfd
to about 15 br 18 delegates to Columbus.
V7hen''jsemb1ed In". Convention tlnwo '15
or 16 dulpgates will be entitled to three votes,
that being tho proportion of Perry county, as
assessed ,by tho Cummittoc. On nil
tkma jhat arise, these delegates being to
gether will ponsuU. and rgree among them
solVf s, and tost their three votes according
ly. This. Inner plnn has heretofore been
the pra6tire: of Inc. dcl-at)on in attendance,
whether' more or less ihnu the number of
votea thtf oountyis entitled o, in i air cases
casting tho numborof votes assigned there
to. No eiinjf Conveftrldn la necessary.-
Lef tho County Central Committee, get the
names of this delegates Irom the 1 several
townships, and send them to us without fail
Such is the plan. We hope our Whig pa
.pew will aee to It that the matter is rightly
understood and carried out. ' " ...... ,
'.Not Dad. Tha other evening a gentlo
vnao walking on tha wharf observed a loafer
Iri a state of glorious indifference to "nil the
ills that flesh is heir to:" in fact tha indi
vidual wasdrurV at a lord. He was stretch
ed on a oalo of cotton, contemplating1 tho
rlw with all tne serenity of tlpslness. . ,
-"Hallol" said the gentleman, "got . up
heref Don't you see it's going to tain.
You will be half drowned with the aterl"
"Water! drownedl hlcl" ejaculated the
loafer with groar coniimijt. '' V Water be
d-i df 1 doesn't pntronizo water! I don't
low it to come near enough my mouth to
drown mel''"r ;'r: ''"- r "
" "Well.'woB! you must n't stay here, or
that hig there," poiniinj; to a ferocious look
ing punter, "will eat you tip.' 1 7
'Eat me up; will hel" responded the val
orous loafer, "1 dar him tol If he does
though, won't it make him drunlc and won't
he have to go to the calaboose! and with a
triumphant leer of dafinnce towards his hog
ship, tha happy man adjusted himself for a
snooze.--Memphii Enquirer. '. - ... 'I
tjNo man that ever fairly tried HcAixiitis'i
All-Hauns Ojntmi.nt will or can say it is not
good. On the other hand, others are saying that
it is the pest family medicine they have ever used.
Now, we wish it to be fairly tried before giving
Judgment either way. . A a for ourselves, we know
of no better article of Medicine, in Scrofula, Scald
"Head, Old Sores, Itch, Salt Rheum, dec. 4c.
Also, for Rheumatism, Croup and Gout, we beliefs
it is unequalled, the Hair Oil too, will cure
Baldness, when all Barfs Oil or other cosmetic
known have failed. ! ' '
For sale by J. P. FLEMING and D. REED, au
thorised agents for Meigs county. n32w3
itataurea of health) and the agreeable con
sciousness of well-Wing, to the griping pain's
of (Jiseasc the bitter continuance of 111
heaUh' and the chilling thoughts of never
recovering I ,
Bui of all diseases who is net most anx
ous to escape a disease of the Lungs I The
very Idea of facing a victim to Consuirp-
tlon, sends a tremor to the heart-strings of
Ufa. Buitih how joyful the thoughts that
uri and bi.ai.tb are still our own, when
just before despair had spread her dark can
vass over us. 1 ;
Such, kind reader are tha pleasurable sen
sations experienced by hundreds who by tho
usa of Dr. Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cher
ry, have this dire diaease slowly but surely
driven from their system, and health rosy
hefclth, again reaiorad to their languishing
Sea advertisement. . i .
ft the 10th inst., by 4he Rev. J. F. Given,
Euan Misas and Masoikit Hvtt both of Meigs
eounty. '-'t.;:wl :Mii'. i-
On the Ufa instant,' by Elder J. G. Mitchell;
William Cixeias and Louisa S. FAaxaa, all of
Sheffield; -- -
f In Sheffield on the 18th inst by H. II. Rice, Esq,
Mr. l. to;:
Mooaa, to Miss Chritiha- Enolano,
H 18,000 wortb of Dry Goods, Grofe
. rte IIrslwrt Queensware, Ac
praev -;r Ti. , A.. INGELS, Auctionhs -P
T , hTPIHE UNEERSIGNSQ wUli commenes selling
y . X . their stot of Qooti at auction at .'heir stqje
" ra Ppmcroy. 'cl fanday, June 2, 18W and con
1 tint'from daylK aay during Court. We have a
;,hr fjJalBjr sloes of just ath' articlcs-as
4 r are ail VmS by every body-.ind now is the
r . ' --aoly tir'll v aolFSi.bsrgsins.;v V, . i 4 . -
' Tiif- 'i , "ri unJ cash
to hand - mrilc'i"aXy d8y PIwed 'cret;
rthetwiiIr5E,b''' ' : "'
, auction tp.comnyftce at 2 o'clock, P M
' JT - -. -y BSED 4 BROTHER.
tOWF6rorale at - -' -
tMJ22,tfl . REED & BROTHER'S. '
iCASH AGAINST THE WORLD!
Fate artuLK sixtenoi fosv I In addition to
L our late unprecedented low. prices, the cash
yitem enables us to, add anolhej and still another
rticle to the catalogue-which we are selling at
twA 4 rn this market, We place on the lists, '
' " KterB wid pressed castor oU, tha only . '.
V anai I rticlcof the hind in t hit market, nr tin 1 anl
ram 211 to iihi nr rpnt pm itrnn pvn- hpfnr. nfro.
terou raciianes venmiugepraos
1 25 cts.
1 Pill's pr dot.
Pain Killer pr bottle
thatf McAllister's Ointment prbox
LQ,nuine Mustang Liniment (not the coun-
( i. WV1IV4S naM NtWH VMU VVHUlf amsM ITCUtt
'"dirTeff flooded) but the genuine at the proprie-
ba erf tor only 8encT for th' ounty pr bot 20 cts.
' l Late receiot olace us in Doweaainn nt Vh
the fiest stock and best assortment, (patent medininpn
ciatsM McePted) in the market, purchased at the lowest
- importers price, with 5 pr cent off for cash, which
He enables us to undersell. Call and get some of that
f .airew Prima Snporoarbonate of Soda at 10 cts. pr pound,
f ar J 11 ioat lik0 hot cakes' Mind th cneaP casn 4ru
jj. 'jfT ow luncmingwn'i corner. J h'i'i.EMliMU
! STUBE BOAT FOIt 8 ALB.
A Very neat and splendid store boat suited tlT
so for Daguerreotype boat cheap for cash
Enquuaof . - . J. P. FLEMLNP, ,,
AdmlntotratorVt NoMco-Notiee is here
h riven, that tha n, Writer v.n .n
pointed and qualified 'as Admmurtrntor on the
row w uewge n " oq, iaie of Button township,
Meigs soanty, dee'd. WM. H NEASE.
April IT, Iflftl B21ri
BarberoBS Removal! r .
TP. ADDISON has removed his Barber S'jop
to Court street, where be may always be
found ready and willing to serve his patrons in tha
neatest and most rashiouaDie style, reeling tnam
ful for past patronage, he would respectfully soli
cit those who desire to have their countenances
scraped, and hair trimmed neatly, to give him a
call. . ...
With taior sharp and water hot,
. He'll always be found oa the spot, ,-,
Ready to serve all who plaass to call, -"
Doth old and young, and great and small:'
: .Then don't delay, but 6ome along .'
And have ft done up neat and strong.'' '
Pomeroy, May 22, 1851 n33tf
House and Lot for Sale
rpHE UNDERSIGNED otters for sale his House
X and Lot in Minersville, near V B Horton's
upper coal-bank The size of the house 90 by 18
feet two stories and a half high. The lower
story is made sufficient to keep a store, grocery, or
boarding house. The lowerstory is 18 feet square
of, a room. The second story has two large rooms,
with a good fireplace. The upper story is all in
one room, with a good fireplace. Also, a good
cellar, 10 by 18 feet The lot is CO feet in front
by 880 back. . .
Any person wishing to purchase this property
shafl have a great bargain.
TUUMA8 JUNbS MlWllLUI.
May 22, .'851 n33w4pd
a.?OTICE. A petition will be presented
M to the Trustees of Salisbury township,
Meigs county, on Thursday, the 26th day of
Juno next, lor a township road, lending Irom
the dwelling house of Lawrence Klein, in
Section 9, Town 2, Range 13, in suid town
ship, to the county road pnssing through
said leciion. , - LAWRENCE KLEIN. ,
i,. May 22, ISfil. n33w4.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In the
Post Office at Pomeroy, May, 15, 1861.
Aughonbatigh Andw AMawz Sarnh v
Beck JohrT i ' o Mnritn H 2 : v
Bucklcy.Wm A ;.Mt;cum John '
Cook Apdrew ' ': McCord 'James '
Cunningham Terance Mitchell,' Edward
Cottrull Giandson Mosebach Ferdinand
Gorley Catherine , Ombler John.
Cook Charles V , Phunmer Nelson
Church Alvira '.' Trice Charles G '
D Dawncy Solomon 2 Petit Enoch
Dorst Peter Peck J J
Evana Thomas B Pullios William
Erinon Timothy . . Roush Jcpthah
Erwin Samuel Roush John
Freeh John Rothgep Zachary
Fraley William E Russoll John
Fruit Abraham Ralph Stephen -Gilchrist
Wm Kose Edward H
Gardner Mariettas Stivers James
Hurt Abigail F '" Strong Silas
IKgley Austin 2 . Shanks P P
Uysoll Rawson Surtees Wm
Jones J W ' gmith Valentine
Johnson S F . Shordan Thomas
Kazey Rudolph Smith Luther W
Killson Harriet Sppencer Lydia
Kiouse Donna Muria Tenney Lydia S
Keys James M Terril Hugh
Larue Ciarinda Thompson Aaron
Lewis Daniel- Titus Z M
Lewis Samantha Thomas Hugh
Loo James Vincent Uriah B
Leo John Williams Wm II
Lewis John Walking E
Lot Amarilla M Wilson Wm 2
MnupinCW&Co Willis Joseph
Me s Samuel Young Mary E
Mmuliiiii ST -
JAMES RALSTON, P. M.
Mav ?. 1850. n33w3.
isoiraiar jromcroy ana
td Portamontn Scml-WeeklT
St Packet The Steamer
JOMXMSRUBAKER, MArrnt, will mak semi
weekly trips between Pomeroy and Portsmouth.
Leaves Pomeroy every Monday and Thursday, at
1 6'clocs, A. M. . ' ' ' '
Leaves Portsmouth every Tuesday and Friday,
at 10 o'clock, A. M.
tnrThe REVEILLE having been purchased and
fitted up expressly for the Pomeroy and Portsmouth
trade, will run regularly, leaving promptly at the
above hours. All business entrusted to this Boat,
will receive particular attention.
Pomeroy, May 15, 1851. n32tf.
Farm for Sale.
1 OFFER for sale my Farm lying on the road lead
ing from Chester to Parkersburg, in Chester
towuship, a half mile from Adams' mill, contain
ing 90 acres, 60 acres under cultivation, with two
dwelling houses and a well of good water,, a good
apple and peach orchard, and a good shop suitable
for a a blacksmith or wagon-maker.
May 15, 1851 n32w3pd. R. W. BIMS.
rpHE SUMMER TERM of the Pomeroy Acade
X eniy will commence on Mondv, May 19th.
May 15- 1851.
Cuba Expedition Successfil!
THAT cheap Stove Store man BILL
rKALLr, is on hand again with the larg
est stock of STOVES ever brought to
this market, selected with the greatest care, em
bracing every variety of style and finish, with the
latest and most improved Patents. Among late
receipts of Stoves at bis store we notice the fol
lowing: CELEBRATED ROTARY STOVE,
1 CHILD'S OHIO PATENT,
HALCYON AIR TIGHT,
CELEBRATED COAL STOVE ENTIRPRISE,
OHIO , do
QUEEN CITY do
PRIE do ' ;'''
AiJ of the best materials sad warranted. He also
keeps on hand large supplies of custom made TIN
WARE, which he will sell to merchants and oth
ers lower than the same article can be bought in
the west. '
O'Don't forget the CiitAr Tin and 6tot Stosk
ander the Riheldarfer House. .
: Pomeroy, May 15, 1861 n32tf.
NEW PACKET STEAMER
marietta, Pomeroy, and
swwBtHtriMlV vssavsusssaiav a u wi i aa t, iuir
nine passseneer steamer, OHIO. M. COOLEY,
Mastes, will make weekly trips between Marietta,
Pomeroy and Cincinnati:
Leaving Marietta, Tuesdays 7 o'clock, A. M.
1,1 Pomeroy, ' ' ' . , " P. M.
" Cincinnati, Fridays .'4 " "
The OHIO, is designed permanently for tha a
above trade, and the publio may rely oa her regit
lsrly. nov7'60no7tf , .
A W ItEGULAIt POItlEItOY A
tfZLj The steamer
Capt. A. P. Ken will run a a regular paekst
leaving Pomeroy every Monday morning, and Cia
cincinnati on Thursdays. For freight or passage
apply on board. noaiti.
COUNTT AUCTIONEER-That Cheap
Stove Store man BILL PRALL, has been ap
pointed, qualified, and given bond as Auctioneer
for Meigs county. ,
i He will receive on commission and sell goods
on the lowest terms. Call at the No. 1 Stove storj,
Pomeroy,' March 27, 1851. no27tf, ; .
11IIE BOOK. HAS ONE TO FttESS!
. Having finished the Book, wa shall now tura
our attention entirely to tba manufacturing of all
Saddled, Ilarnesa,' Trunk, Saddle
Or, in fact everything that is kept in a Saddler's
shop, from a saddle down to a pump suckar. Hav
ing been selling work for some time for the profit
of it, we now Intend to sell for the fun of t.
Call and see us whether you want to buy or aot,
for I am always at home on the west side of penrt
street, one door abova Reed 4t Brothe r's
January 9, 1841. . . I, 6. CROFOOT.
G, I(OCltIS of all kinda just received and
rforsale-at H. B. SMITH'S.
BLASTING rOWDElt-'26 kegs just
received on commission and for sale upon the
cah principle, by H. B. SMITH.
Protestant Episcopal Rev. Thokas B.
ooLr, Rector r Services every Sabbath morning,
Presbyterian Rev. R. Wilkihsos, Pastor
-Services every Sabbath morning at 10s o'clock.
ITIettaodlst Episcopal-Rev. J. F. Givx.i,
Pastor: Servicts at the upper church on alternate
Sabbath mornings, at 10 o'clock at lower church,
every Sabbath afternoon, at S o'clock, t -
Roman Catholic Rev TnconnLetKRArr,
Priest: Services every Sabbath morning, .a
German Methodist Rev. Mr. Ona.-
Serv ices every Sabbath morning. : " ' ' i i
Uerman Lutheran Rev. Mr. Haskia
Serices every Sabbath morning. '
MASONIC Pomeroy Lodge,
164. Stated Meetings, the Monday
Evcnine. on or before the full moon in each
month! Hall in Murphy's building, Second St.
n h V. Naomi Lodirc,
fr&No. Ill, Meetings on -every Friday
Evening. Hall in Edwards'- building.
wciiare issvssion, s. w, ouus
Mfeof Temperance, Meetings every Saturday
mtvuA Evening. Hall in DeCainp'a building.
M .... HJjk OOQ
. - ' r . V t it C .
f S'itsar.n.f TriPtinM! Muetines on Saturday
Jb;. Unit. RiR'nhuildinL-Middleoort.
Merrill's Black Sal ve.
For curing Freih Cuts, Bruisetu Bum,
1 Few Sorf$, While Swelling, and '.
; Gatherings of all kiwis. 1
i VVhn used to' be' spread on a piece of
liicn or cotton clotb ' , sufficient to cover the
wound; dress the wound once a dayi ohener
r ili,.i,Dht .opessarv: cleanse the wound
with a lif,li wish made of castilo soap, once
a day. Aipplyihe plaster thick or thin as
ihn n innv icunire. No case of mortifi
cation heever'iecn known while using this
salve; and a tlioiougU trial will gtvo sausiuc
lion to all who rmka use of it.
Manufactured at Rutland, Meigs county,
Ohio. "Price 25 rents per box. .
i 03-D. RUTHERFORD, General Agent,
9 whom all orders must be addressed. .
I have used "Merrill's BlacK Salve" more
or less for a number of years, and from my
knowledge of its liealing properties, do .pot
hesitate to soy that it is superior to any- salve
I have.evef used, and that it is highly re
commended by all who have given It a trial.
To such as have- fresh . wounds, old sores,
&c, 1 would aav, use the Black Salve and
be made whole. ' R. DOWNING.
Middleport.O., Jan. 10, 1851.
Having seen the eflecii of the said salve
for many yeara, I fully concur with Mr.
Downing in the above certificate. ' :
Y S. MALLIDAY.
Pomeroy, O., Jan'. 10, 1851.
I have been using Merrill's , Black Salve
In my family for a number of jrears and can
highly recommjnd it for its healing proper
ties, and find it to be superior to any salve 1
have used. ELI SMITH.
Addison township, Gallia county, 0- '
For sale at the Drug atore of D. REED,
Pomeroy, Ohio. v ', -"
May 8, 1851. n31if. ' ; ' .'.if
Quires leather bound Spnng Baok. Day
fjJ Books for sale very low at
May 8, 1861 : SMITH 5. .
T) OAD NOTICE Nolioe is hereby given, tliat
lit a petition will be presented to the Trustees of
button lownsmpai their session, on b btn aay
of June next, to open a township road, as fol
lows: Commencing at Joseph, Wolf's fann on the
hill; thence on the old road to intersect the road
leading from Graham Station to Pomeroy, at the
bridge where Philip Harpold now lives. Said road
will cross parts of Philip Harpold and Adam Har
pold's lands. A PETITIONER.
NOTICE At my instance an attachment was
this day issued by Wiiljam II Clark, a Jus
ticjt n( thn Peace of Olive townshin. of the coun
ty of Meigs, against the property and effects of
ueese w aims, an aosuunuiag ucutor. uaicu hub
29th day of April, 1861
v JUliJN 11. 1 AKlVLK.
May 8, 1861. n31w4pd
ROAD NOTICE A petition will be presented
to the Commissioners of Mcies county, at their
June session next, praying for a county road com
mencing at or near the residence of Lemuel Pow
ell, in Salisbury township; thence the nearest and
best route to intersect the road leading from Rut
land to Sheffield, at or near the tannery of W H
Grant. A PETITIONER.
May 8, 1861 n31w4pd
S HEREBY GIVEN, to Matilda Patterson, Jsne
Patterson and Samuel Grafton Patterson, minor
children of Wm. Patterson, deceased, residing in
Linn county, Iowa, that James Robb, Adminis
trator of Wm. Patterson, late of said county of
Linn, deceased, did, on the 6th day of May,
1851, file his petition in the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs county, Ohio, praying for author
ity to execute a real contract which was made by
said Wm. Patterson in his lifetime, with Samuel
Kirkendall, for the sale and conveyance of eighty
acrfs of land in the north east corner of Fraction
numbdr, 1, in Town 3 and Range 13, in said eoun
ty of Meigs. . M. HECKAKD, ,i
May 8, 1861 n31w3 Att'y for Petitioner. :
BY virtue of a writ of vend, ex to me directed
by the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs coun
ty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the
Court House in Pomeroy, on the first day of the
next term of said Court, between the hours pre
scribed by law, the following real estate, to-wit:
The westerly half of lot number one hundred and
thirteen 113?. in .the town of Pomeroy. Levied
on as the property of James Murphy at the suit of
unarm a. itiroy ici ine use oi iuauias m. naun
dera. ... ;--' : j
M. W.' COLLINS, a. m. e. '
; May 1, 1861 n30w5 ... . SI 60
W agon A tew two horse WAGON-- ell
ironed'and'complcte in all partifrulars, for
sale by aprilH REED & BRO. !
potatoes Early Potatoes the best kinds for
x sale by apruu KfctU a. UKU,
OTICE. A petition will be presented
Vi to the Commissioners of Meigs county,
at their Juno session next, praying for the
vacation of that part -of the County road
that Ilea on the line of fractions 34 and 24,
in Scipio township, that is between the lands
ti. Hopkins and Thomas a.
May 1. 1851. pd .
jftUBIilC SALE. Py ?trtuo of a decree of
I . tne court or common pleas of Meigs
county, J will oiler for sate at the door of
the court house on the 3d day of June next,
the.; following parcel of land, lease hold es
tate lo wit : iho south west quarter of the
north east quarter, and the south east quar
ter of the north wes. quarter of section
twenty-nine, in township seven, range 14, In
said county of Mdgs. Ordered to be sold
as the property of Harmon Gibson at the suit
of James Mqinhy. Appraised at f 640. '
..V.yy-y: 1 th.iryin,.
Master Cora , ; Chancery,
t May 1, 1U1 aoSOwT 1.40. ,
ItHI Adqiaiatrator of Uriah Kblia,. daccaitd,
- lld his aaeeaats for final settlameat.
A. PONfMLLT, Clerk.-
Wsy , 1MI-8IW3
UIIOI WOOJUEW MAKUFACTOBV
; PATRONIZE HOME MANUFACTURE.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT, which has been in full
operation more than two years, has, within the
last year, received an additional set of new ma
chinery, and the proprietors feel confident that
they are fully prepared to give pi lfeot satisfaction
to their patrons. Their ms,hi'""y being the ..
i ltest and most ArrroTcd,
and their workmen exmhukced end rumrvi te
Goods manufactured will equal in quality, any ta
the East or West, and will be sold nt pricea w low.
Who will not patronise tbehon;e manufacturer t
' 1 : .! When Quality aud 1'riee 0t
are as favorable? : The proprietors trusl that mer
chants and others, wishing to purchase Goods of
the description manufactured at their mill,, will
extend to them their patronage. They are also
prepared to : ' ' " ' - : .
CARD ROLLS, SPIN, FULL, LllKSS AND FIN
ISH CLOTHS, SHAWLS, HLANKJ5TS,
. OR ANY KIND OF GOODS, i ' ..
for customers, at very low rates, but in ell cases
the Wool must be brought clean.
P. S. Price for Carding Rolls White, 6o.
Mixed, 6 to, 7c; Carding and Spinning, 16c, and
other work in proportion, u . ; .' -i
. 0"Th.e most liberal pricea paid for Wcol at the
Factory.' ,. ( ,, ,. .. .
Gallipolis, May 1, 1851, : . . ,
8UR3E0N NT!3T.' --
CHARLES N. MAD-
DY, bc,s;i leave to in-
: form tl.o citisens of.this
vicimly that he may be
found at his residence
in Bhcffild, at all hours,
when 'not professionally absent. He is prepared
to; execute all operations pertaining to the profes
sion, 'in a style of neatness, ease and durability.
.. iTEETH- inserted- in complete or parts of setts,
iipongold plate, with or without arliliuial Gums, in
iq accurate a manner, as to deceive (lie closest ob
server. - ' ;- , '" i '
- His charges 'shall in all cases be low, aii d gradu
ated according to the.amount of labor and material
expended; pledging himself to give entire satisfac
tion in all bases entrusted to his care. ....
m'LADIES waited upon at their residences, if
required. " " l".'"'.: " ' ' Vl ')'""
CTThe NERVE killed and the Tooth saved with
out sensation of. pain Jo the patient. J-1 ';
IDThe Lctheon jWiU( be used for extracting
Teetbt if requited. - : ,
' . also " i
' CANCERS, all kinds; old RUNNING SORES;
SCROFULA, FITS, RHEUMATISM, first and se
cond stages of , CONSUMPTION, on-moderate
terms '. ' '. ; ";;'-':'! ;" (
r He invites the afflicted portion of the community
to give him a call. ' A fair trial is all he asks. .t i.;
May 1, 1851 n30tf. ' '
PlAVlNG concluded to close up the Dry
2 Goods business in Poincroy,- and giving
no further credit ISanp one, we respecifully
ask all those indebted to us, to call immedi
ately and Buttle either by nolo or payment.
Don't forget our former notice, "that nil
claims due us previous to 4ih of July, 1850,
will be put in suit immediately' fbr"r collec
tion. . r. .'; """","'.
, i To our( customers ;ihcriiye kindly ' ask
them to come tmmedlaicly and aeltle. 1t
is important to jnako . spredjr.'winfl up, so
as to cbnirhence in cv'f. other Intended busi
ness nt a certain time . It is not our'; tvis.li to
make cost or troublo. Come now come
" REED & BROTHER.
I May 1, 1851. .. ' " . '
j OCT N. B Our stock oo; hand will be
sold front 10 to 0 per cent, cheaper than
former prices, or cheaper than the same ar
ticles can be hud in any other' store", ' ;
j " -a :;,';.' R. & B. "
THA STORE-Having just received
jjjbtf a new supply of that splendid TEA, from
jL&j&Philadelphia, 1 offer it to the public with
renewed inducements. ; H. B. 6M1TH, Agent.
jan9'1860. ; ; "'
T A PER II A IVCDVGS-The undersigned
I has recently opened in connection with the
Drug business a choice selection of 8,H0 Pie
ces oTPajier Hangings. . Also, 800 Oil
and Paper Window Shades, consisting
of Draperies, Arches, Landscapes, and those of
. i. t. . .1 i
The magnitude and variety of the selection en
ables him to sell at such prices as will, without
doubt, harmonise with' the varied tnstcs of this
community. 24tf, ;'' DARIUS REED,
HORSE CAVE 8TOR1V-M. Wells,
Agent. The undersigned having establish
ed a Store at the residence of Myron Wells, on
Horse Cave Creek, will keep said store constantly
supplied with such goods as may at any time be
wanted by the citizens in that section. It is our
design to sell at Pomeroy prices, though some ar
ticles in Groceries, during bad reads, a small ad
vance will be added. Any article wanted by the
citizens not in said store can be ordered and sent
out at shortest notice. . ; ,. .
The stock in said store is now much larger than
heretofore So that customers will find nearly as
full an assortment as in any store in Pomeroy.
Produce will be taken in exchange at the market
drice in Pomeroy. REED 4 BROTHER.
November 27, I860. ; 4 .! w - -
1JLATFOUM SCALES, for sale at Cin
cinnati prices, at ( .' SMITH'S.
" AMP CIIITINIES-Only20cts., at'
1 . . . . . , . , FLEMINGS.
VERMIFUGES M'Lancs, Sellers, and
Fahncstock's only 20 cts. per bottle at
. .;'. ., FLEMINGS,
EIXOW OCHRE Only 5 cts. pr lb.
SPANISH BROWN Only 6 cts pr lb.
kJ at ) ;.. ,v ..; ... FLEMINGS. !
ASHING SODA Only 8 cts. prlb. at
' ... V ,, ' FLEMINGS.
DAIXY'S PAIN EXTBCTOR, Har
lem Oil, British Oil, . Petroleum, Barbadoes
Tar, Stone, Spike, and Seneca Oils, at the cheap
cash drug store. ' - FLEMING.
(Tinware Conatantlyon hand, of every vari
A ety, and warranted equal to any in reach of
tuis market, at PitUburjh or Cincinnati prices, by
Mays, 1861 ; r H. B. SMITH.
: rT.....-,,. .
n OTICE Is hereby gWen thai a 1 peihion
will be presented to the Commissioners
of Meigs coumy at their June seslon,'185I,'
praying for an alteration in iho county rohd
leading from Tuppcr's plnins tq tho Brick
Schooihousa, in Orango township and coun
ty nforeanid, to " wi beginning" nVar iho
house of Joseph Ifoit.'at a small 1 bridge In
the road, thence a westeily direction ,whi.re
the-road now runs jo . raid Joit'sLbarn,
thence jo pass iho'iaid. barn and'Jown a
drain In a southerly" direction froiri twelve
to twenty rods, thence around the south i'Jc
of the hill, between sai'-i Ufj'.'a antj Georiic
Wonhen'i, th nearest and best roue lo
tntersflct tht Vila road n?nr laid Wonhcu's
0Mt rmnoxf i. ...
I May 1. n . ":' .: ,i
; BUGGIES, BUGGIES. !
'pHE SUBSCRIBER has on hand and is prepa
J. red to sell all kinds of Buggiaa one or two
horse manufactured from the. best material and
of the latest styles. The prices are very reasona
ble, and the work Warranted. . Those wishing to
purchase one of these indispensable articles pf
comion are inyitea te call.
. . m . BENJAMIN STIVERS. ,
! Pomeroy, May 8, 1861. . ,, . ,' ,( ..
Knnawhu Salt 40 barrels for sale very
lowforcssb at y . ; SMITH'S. ,,
C da Pountaln ifor eale, with all the rs
U ceipta and appurtennai, at . ' ,
.'t-f vt .t.i. . ... pin, II P.
I) aeon -A prima lot for mIs at
U May8, 1861 .. SMITH'S.
nVCl . 4 Dentist, PorUmiouUi. Ohio. Will
UJULT visit POMEItOY, in the first weak af
th moBtas t juae, ptmt)cf, December aat
1851.. 4 SPRING GOODS.. J851.
ES. EDWARDS has just received from
the East a large assortment of new and de
sirable Goods, which in addition to his previous
stock constitutes as large an assortment as can be
found in this region of country. His articles aye
of the best quality, and he will sell at a very small
advance on eastern prices. Among hia articles
may be found a large variety of DRESS COOL'S,
i Figured and Watered Dress Silks; : "'
iPTintcd French Grenadines, Berage. Tissues, die
Black, Green and Maroun French Merinoea; .
Black, Green, Mode and Maroon Thibet Cloths;
"Black and Fancy Alpacas; , , ..
Figured, Plain and Barred Swiss MusllftSi ' 1 '-'
A large assortment of Printed Lawns, compri
sing the newest styles; . . . , ... . r :!.v
; French Printed Jaconets, Ginghauj, 6lc.
' With an assortment of Worsted, Linen, and
Cotton Goods for Men's summer wear.
Together with a splendid assortment of Prints of
the newest and most desirable styles.
Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings;
' ALSO Cloths, Oaasimerea, Satinetts, Jeans',
Tweeds, 4,e.' ',..,,
Pomeroy, April 17, 1881. '
TVJ EEDLE WKOUGHTCAPJES.Cuffs
t Collars, Chemisettes, and Corded skirts, fur
Eai?v apriin . . EDWAUUS.
JENNY LIND TRIMMINGS of all co-
lors, at aptU7 - EDWARDS.
BONNETS Florence Braid, Rough and Rea
dy, Milan Edge, "Hungarian, Alboni, Needle
Braid, colored Chip and China Pearl Bonnets, for
sale by apriin. EDWARDS.
Bonnet Silks and Satins, various colors
Crape, Thule and Florence, assorted colors,
for Bonnet Lining, for sale at
apriin i' ' ' EDWARDS.
Hosiery A fine assortment of Ladies' and
Children'i Hose, comprising every variety,
juat received by . apriin EDWARDS.
nee Boots Kid, Morocco, Calf and Kip,
A for sale at apriin - . EDWARDS.
Li incii, Cotton, Jaconet and Swiss EdgTugs
i and Insertings, for sale at
apriin ... EDWARDS.
Pieces Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, (for
sale very cheap at EDWARDS.
Cl loves Black, Colored, White Kid and Silk
I" Glovea of superior quality, at
apriin , EDWARDS' ,L
alters and Half Gaiters, Kid, Morocco, Calf
JT and Kip Buskins, and Jenny Lind Ties.
Also, a good assortmeint of Misses and .Children's
Buskins, and Lace Boots, for sale at
One Hundred Reams Cap Paper
Also, Flat Cap, Letter and Bill Paper, at
r rocerics A General Assortment of Prime
iJT GROCERIES, for sale low by
apriin . EDWARDS'.
iMl A rn.nt.rnl .Mnrtmunt nf rtast. Khpur.
German and E B Steel, for sale by
t apriin . .EDWARDS'.
Iron A large lot of all sizes, for sale at
apriin . EDWARDS'.
V ails and Spikes of all sires, just receiv-
ed and for sale very cheap at
I30Wder 60 kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder
on hand and for sale at .
apriin EDWARDS'. .
CTv - PLOWS. The attention of fann
vTvV em is called to my assortment of
iffk-i ii'i'artanipiowsLongs Patent with or with
out stocks ; also, Plow Points and Land Sides.
AnrU 17. 1851. E. 8. EDWARDS.
Ton Stor I hare on hand a lanre
lot of Imperial, Young Hyson and Black
TEAR, which I am DreDared to sell in origi
nal packages either ot fit ids., ny uie nan cnesi,
or by the single lb, at very low prices.
April 17, 1861. . E. S. EDWARDS.
Hollow Ware A large assortment on hand
and for sale at ES EDWARDS.
April 17, lsai
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
Wholesale Grocer and Dealer in Foreign and Do-
1 No. 4,Main SU, Middleport, Ohio.
SUGAR 20 hhds. N. O. Sugar on band and
for sale low by - GEO.-W. HOLMES.
O LASSES. 100 bbh. new crop just re
ceived and for sale low by
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
IO COFFEE 60 bags superior article
just received aud for sale low at IMo 4.
GEORGE W. HOLMES.
LtlOARS 20 boxes fine regalias;
) ' 10 do Canoncs;
13 do Fine Iiavanns;
6000 Commons on hand and
for sale low bV GEO W HOLMES.
ijOWDERVsiIOT &. LEAO For Z
I. at No. 4 GEO W. HOLMES.
riEA8. Inchests, half chests and quarters,
,L fresh article, for Bale ery low at No. 4.
'OAP & CANDLES A good article of
; both ou hand and for sale by the box.
GEO W HOLMES.
AISINS. 26 boxes just received and for
sale low at No 4 GbU W HULAifcS.
PRIME OLD WHISKEY. 20 bbls. on
hand from one to three years old for sale at
No 4. - GEO W HOLMES.
i OJJACCO 20 boxes fine Va. and Ky. leaf
JL received from the manufacturers, and for
sale low at No 4. GEO W HOLMES.
II. MOLASSES dc CLARIFIED
kj SYRUP, a good article, low at
GEORGE W HOLMES.
EMONS & ORANGES 20 boxes fresh
j and for sale cheap by G W HOLMES.
ACKRE7-60 bbls.'Noa. 1, 2, and 4
just received and for sale low at No 4.
- GEORGE W HOLMES.
b ROOMS 20 doz. first rafe articles chea
at No 4 ' GEORGE W HOLMES.
C CODFISH-A fewl drums just received by
J.,:.,: . GEORGE W HOLMES.
DYE STUFFS of all kinds, warranted good,
just received hnd for sale low by
GEORGE W HOLMES.
Boxes Glassware received and for sale at
GEORGE W HOLMES.
HEAD QUARTERS, N2 2.
COHEN, has the plea
sure of announcing that
through every obstacle and
in despite of all misfortune
he is again at his post with
a splendid lot of
He has passed through Die
fire and has not been found
the severest sufferers, yet
thrmicrh . lh kinrlllCSA tit
friendrhis establishment, Phasnis-like, has risen
from its ashes, Wltn all its lunner ue.uv, .uu sm.-
lcnc restored. He hopes his buying friends will
rally around iiim and assist in the work of recover
ing his loss, ,
. His slock consists of Coals, Pants, vests, Shirts,
Drawers, Flannels, Handkerchiefs, Ac &c. J
ALSO Cloths, Cassiineres Veslings, Linen
Goods, Summer Cloths, Truntas, Carpet Bags, Hats,
Caps, Boots andShoea, and a host of articles which
are snitable for the season.
As it Is necessary to make quick sales he has le-
?uced the prices of goods, so that he defies compe
ition, come from where it may.
Store immediately east of the burnt district.
April 17, 1861 n28tf '
MISS E. A6KINS,
Milliner and Blanlnaraakcr.
WAS JUST RECEIVED nd is now opening,
in the basement of the' Riheldarfer House, a
general assortment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial
FlowersCrapes and Milliners Trimmings of all
kinds and of the best quality, which will be sold at
a very small advance.. "
j Pomeroy,. April If, 1851 n28tf.' ,
BROWN'S Cantktridin Tissue, at
j 4 lew aupply of Calf Sit ins, Upper, Moroocc,
X Suff Liamr. Biidi(s and Fiadingsofal
4Mri . atag 'k," aid km at
lasting Powder A fresh supply for sals
by H. B. SMITH, '
May 161 Atfat for the Company.
a t w ni -hi
PUBLIC ALC.-ily ir.ua of a decree
oi ine court oi common pleas oi moiga
county, 1 will offer W.r sale at the door of
e court lioa.v'i ori the 1J day of June next,
o ft.lluwiiig puree! of land to wit: lot No.
. in the own of Vuldlenorl in laid county.
Ordered to be Sold as the property of John W
aihewa ar the nuii-of llnniptoii, hmiih 6
" 'ihfli'or'Cum. In Chancery M." C. 1
May I, 1851 m30$.'. ' 1 ! 1 60.
iALE BY OUDKR OF COURT.-On
O ibe Slat dny ofiMny next, between tliu
iKiurs of ten A. M. and 4 P. M., at the door
T the Ctnnilifitiso in the town of I'omeroy.
will be sold io the highest bidder tha follow-
ha runl estate as tho property of John Uyl,
deceased, lo wit : tho north c aalorly half of
lot No. 102 on court fireet in Poim roy. 1 lie
same In bo sold subject io tho dower of Mary
Fish therein. Tcr.m of Kalo, one-third in
hand-ronc-third in six, nnd tho. residua in
iwclvo months fioin sale whh intcreas on do-
W. PALMEft, Adrn'r..
of John Unvla, di-c'd.
May 1. 13ol.
AtOTICK is hereby (;ivui tbore will be a
petition pro.sonted to the Comniia.iioeers
of Meigs county Ohio, at iheie next aessiun.
prajinj; fur an alterai on in th St.tte mnd
kadiiiK Irom Athens to uallipolij, to turn-
menco in the center of the road nt ihe
crossing of tho cri ck near Joseph llumoil's.
and to tcrniinato i:i the center of the r jnd
at Seloni Dajs, so that saiJ road will run
parnllell with .the online between lloraiio
W Into and reu-r Aikiu, the road u be loca
ted on sukl hiio Inttd, and to vacate n
much of the 'old road as is between the
Wilksvillc road auJ the cruFsins of ihr
croek first nnnii'd Mnv 1. JC51.
WEST COLUMBIA SALT. We
now have and shall continue to keep tl.e
superior- article of Salt for sale by the barrel oi
bushel, it baa no superior, aud can oc soia tow
er than the present prices of othersalU
March 27, 1831.
1UDGE NYE resumes the practice of the Law
Hi. will attend th rniirla in Miirfl mnA Hnllis
and the other counties ef the (present) eighth cir
: JOHN PROBST &. CO.
PKU1ST STKbb J', jS?
ftUV'SHUJivi a ami uitvigv
Pomeroy, Ohio 2
r TAMING lately enlarged tbeir es'ablisl.ment
n and erected a steam engine "in the turning
department, have now the most complete and best
arranged and appointea
in this pvrt of Ohio All kinks of Furniture will
be manufactured at the lowest prices, viz:
Rosewood, Mahoganp and Black Walnut setts,
carved, ornamental and plain, suitable for parlors,
drawing and bed-rooms
Persons desiring any articles in the Furniture
line, from the plainest to the must elegant and
costly, are respectfully invited to call.
The following articles will be made to order;
Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Bedsteads, Cupboards,
and all kinds of household furniture: also
Tete a tcte sofas; Tete a tete divans;
Conversation Cham; Raccption chairs;
Rosewood parlor do
Mahogany parlor chairs;
black walnut .do
(Jane seat do
Piano stool do
Mahog'y rocking do
Sofas in plush, hair and cloth coven,
JUivans do do do do
Ottomans, mahogany French bedsteads;
Black walnut do da
Marblo top centre tables;
Marble top dress bureaus;
Marble top fancy stands,
Mahogany wardrobes, Secretaries and
Book cases, worn stands, toilet tables, Ac.
' UTAH orders promptly attended to.
WraiwaBof C0IB119 of every description ma
nufactured promptly to the time. febl4n20tf.
The Great COUGH REMEDY,
Many yeth ol ctpftrieiKe and mors that) ft Tlnnrfrod
Thousand Curei tif t'ourHptr Complunti, hn.r
proved lo tho undoubted iaiii fact ion of ail fMrtoni who bfcva
McomeaeoaalDted with thU wmdtrful rtmtdv, that It li grU
ly prior bwiuM It la toothing and moV?j, tna or
certain to care ('navmpclon of tha linnpa, tban any
otbar Remedy In the world. We kooir, bowever, thai It la aaid
Ihy torn that Coneumptton ean not bo cured. Be that tha opin
ion of tha many or tha few, wa hall not ai tempt to argue with
auch, but thia wa wtU aay, and do amert at a fact, which can ba
proved tn Ihonanndaofcam.that thU medicine hna cured
Coughs and dimum which, btjort the cure were effecled, were
called real Conaamptloii9 and which were attended with
tymptomu that rewmbled, and were In nil rtwptett likt ihr lynip
loma of tboaa whm di, and ohm dmd are tatd to have died wlih
that fata) diaeaaa GeMaamptlon. Thia fialiam haa cured
lhoumsdw of peraona who were aaid to be bopeleaily afflicted
who bad hard, dry, nuking Couffhs IVimu tn tlie Breaaty
8vU, and Boat Dlffloalty of Brenthlnc Purmtmt Kr
toratiom Martw Jawr vi-Swat arid wnatina; away
of the Fleali and Blood. Penoni having luch complain ft
have bean cured after It waa aaid Ihov could not I lye a week
'longer. Thia Medic too baa cured aoma who were aoppoc.d to
ba In a dylna ntHte, but. by III
now IItc, nd enjoy good health.
Thin Hill mi tn U punt a tfn
uie uaa ot uu remeay, uf y
It l pit
ant to take, anil mw dom injury In any atae of d iteaae or under
any circunutancea. ltenecfiiu wonderini ana amnti mi.
rnenloM Cure by Pnrirylng, Slrmeitmmt, and Inrlc
oratlnar Oie whole ayitem by taualixing A circulation, axid
producing a ktatlhy actioiwhui allaying Congh mcl)tin Me
Nerve and aiding and facilitating KxnectoratlOB. II
Core lb Ibllowlag dleeuea, tIi. : pt
COVUHS and Caldt, SnadWIii, MDtma, Spitting a Bka
bl-iing at tht l.ttngc, Paint in tht Brtatl, SUt, mndChmLNtri
mnot NipM Stecalt, Palpitation of Me HtarL and all FB
DIALS WBAKNKMMK8 and Ccmplaintt arulog there
from, Cholera Infantam, fcc
Sr For Proof and particular or Cnrae, tee our Pane
U and Hanitntlt all ew A(enu have Una to fire away.
For sale by t Reed, Pomerov; O V Cooper &
Co., Chester; 1' M Petrel, Graham Station. All
orders must be addressed to Wallace Si Co., 804
Broadway, Ncv, York.
April V!4, 1651 r29yl.
Sale of Ileal Ksvtm by order of Court.
1UK IS HcUKuY OIVKN that I will in
1 l DursuancO of a decree of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Meigs county, Ohio, offer for sale at
the door of the court house of eaid county, on the
2nd day of June next, the following real estate,
in the second township of the- thirteenth Range
of the Ohio Company's Purchase, to-wit; The
front part of tho fractional part of one hundred
acre lot number 299, on which James Gaboon re
sides. Said front part extending froui low water
mark in the Ohio river back ns far as to the new
street recently surveyed and laid out by V. B. Hor
tou to the upper Hide of the said fractional part of
said lot number 299. Said now street is supposed
to bo one hundred and ninety feet back from t he
present road on the bank of the river. Ordered to
be sold as the property pf James Cphoon t the
suit of Williatr, JleAbcv. .
. 1 '. .. M. W. COLLINS,
- - Special Master Com'r in Chancery.
May 1, 1861 n30w5 S3 00
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER has just opened a new
1. Confectionary shop on Front street, above
Lind, where he offers for sale every articlaia his
line of business, via:
, GROCERIES,.. , CANDIES,
NUTS, , CAKES,
V BREAD, .! CIGARS,
ORANGES, " LEMONS,
During the warm weather he will atrve the
choicest LEMONADE, and other wholesome tem
His stock is ehoiec and of the very best quality.
Ho invites the lovers of good things to give him a
call. . - - ROBERT A. S1DEBOTT0.M.
! Pomeroy, May 1, 1851 n30tf
SUN Dili K.S. Phils. Strain Syrup; ' ,
v Cotton Batlinf; .. .
,.- U rasa Bed Cords and Plaagk Lia;
1 ... New Riccj , .-..,
1 Grass ahd Hemp Rupee j ;
Crushed and Loaf Sugar;
" THottgh Wings) c . v , ' ' ; i
Window Glass aworted :
. . . . ' 's Stilt and Spikes aewrti.
Just rereivM aad (or ,hI by
April tT, ISM. RKRIt A iltSl.
i 1 anaaannaaajaaapaa .
HOLD ON THERE!
ANDY IUS. RISING. WITH YOtf.
IT is, wa believe, aot generally ndentoo4 as,
yet, that the ct;nDt place to bar Goodi im
Poincrjv, is at the New. Store of A. Lotaaat. am
Front styee, between lfa aad S)eniura.-ia Mar
tin's' nltf stand. This occasion is tkerefbre e-
braced lf roclaua the iStrtesuag fact to Ua werl4
atlarrs. Having opeaiat buainiwa for iiwwelf,
invite those be haa so fithfut;y srve4 ftr rmt,
to raturu in part the fators received:
He has juil received a choice atock of the vary
best quality or goods ia tkaaaarket, tiabraciag a:
ainaa et ciotbs, Lassuaierea, Veatinga, .n
Cloths, Calicoes,, Prints. La vas, Lacoa, RibUn.'
Handkerchiefs, Boola'. Shoos, Uata. Caaa. Bonnets.
Trimmings, &.o. Also, Or.cnet, Bp;cea, Kmok '
Knacks, and Jim Crftks. la' shaft, every U.ii
that prudent, honest, inf ustrT)w and ' eooncmicai
people may osd. Uive him a eail. a Aaay is tie.
boy to gi yoa gfr4 bargains. . . ,
i A. LIJUDNKK.'
Poaeroy. May 1, IMI siiOtf .;. ...
SIJIITbT says that the flash uyAtaa wrrks like '.
a charm. He has just returned from tie "
Queen City and is pirparcd to cccn.itr.(!a'a h:K
numerous cuatomeu with tha folWwir.f aiUcie .
it his cash prices.
0 BarreJt beat MulaasM; .
IS do Middling 4 S(ra .J ja.-i,
10 Bjxcs Rmtiias;
10 do Soap; .).
lA d- Candles;
gar Crackers; Seia aa Iirtiet 4i.
Ccffea, Tea, Ac. , . M;
Spices and other amclns elosnair ta t3 tiads
at Wholraale or Retail. Call and see hie fcut '
house above the Rolling Mill. "I.'e'a tlere."
Dos. Backets oa haad sad for sale by
G0 W HOLMfi.8
C KICKED BEKF.7C0 p-jaads Hbm ,
KJUureil, lor sale at bUlTII n.
LjEto I' I AS.--S brls. M l'iH iuttracair. '
d and fcr aale y. It. B. IMITH, Aaaat '
A.NOTHKU SCiENTluHf UJtftIR I
Til K TRUE DIGESTIVE tUUiU,
Or Gastric Juic t
A GREAT DYSI'EPSIA CtlEBlt.
1)REPARED from Rennet, or the fourth stos.aU
of the Ox, after directions by Baron L:io,
the fieat Physiolesiral Chemist, by J S HOUGH
TON, M D, No II, Nona Eighth street, Philadel
This is a trulv wr.aderful remedy for lNDlOSS.
TION, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, C0NST1PA--'
TION, LIVER COMPKA1NT, and DEBILITY,
curing after.Nature's on method, l y Natare's ewa -method,
the Gaatric Juian.
- Half a teaspoonfull of thia fluid, infw4 ia
water, will dite.it or dissolve Fiti PoNar Roast
Bl IN ASOCT TWO HODKK, CUt Of the SUfi.kob.
Buroa L'kiici, ia bis celebratrd work ca Aaiitef
Chemistry, says: "An artificial Digestive Plaid,
analagous to tha Gastric Juice, u.ay ha readily
prepared fam the mucuoua menrana of tkt ato,
macb of the calf, ia which various articles of food)
meat and ejrga, will be so aofleaed, ahtngsd ant
digrslrd, just in the saine irauntr a thy woali ba
in the human stomach."
Dr Puma, in his faiuous treatise oa "Foc4aa4'
Diet," published by Fowlers & Walla, New York,
page 38, atates the same great fact, and deaoribw
the method of preparation. There are faw bif hw
authorities than It. Ptieira.
Dr Combe, in hit valuable irritiags on thsPhytf- '
iology of Digeition, oLerv that "a ditoUnitioa'
of the due quantity of tha Gastric Juice ia
promirtcnt and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia';"':
and lis states that "a distinguished professor of
medicine in London, who was severely afflicted
with this complaint, finding everything else to fail,
had recourse to the Gastric Juice, obtained from
the stomach of living animals, which proved
Dr Gkah.m, author of tha famous works oa
"Vegetable Diet," says: "It is a renarkabls fae
in physiology Uiat the stomachs in animals, mace
rated in warter, impart to the fluid the property of
dissolving various articles nf food, and of effecting
a kind of artificial digestion of ttirih in BO wise
different from the natural digestive process."
Di Simon's great work, the "Chemistry of Man."
(Lea & Blanchard, Phila, 1840, pp 321-2) says:--"The
discovery, of PEPSIN fontis a new era in tha'
chemical history of Digestion. Frtm recent tx
perimeuls we know that fyedis disrolvcd as rapid
ly in an an artificial tficestirs fluid, prepared from
Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric Juice itself."
Professor Du.nclison, of tha it ffersoB College,
Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Physi
ology, devotes more than fifty pages to an eiamiaa
tion of this subject. His experiment with Dr.:
Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice, obtained from tha
living human stomach and from animals, ars well
known. "In all ea3es," he save. diiinn
currcd as pctfee.tly in the artiKoi'al is in the natn
AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER,
Dr II )ic.iT(..' preparations of PI'PSlN VaJ pM
duotd the most manellous effocta, curing caeco' of
Debility, Lmaciatimi, Nervous L:eeline, and Dys
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veige of the grave. ' It is impossible togivelh.i de
tails of cases in the limits cl this advertisfitenl
b'lt authenticated eertifirnk hare been riven of
mnrcthan TWO HUNDRED REMARKABLE1
CURES, in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston
alone. These were nearly all desperate cis, and'
the cures were notmily rupid aud wonderful, but
It is a great NERNOUS ANTIDOTE, aad par
ticularly useful for tendency to bilious dirordfr,
Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, and ths evil tf .
furls of Quinine, Mercury, and other drugs up'jn
the Digestive organs, ofier a long sickness. Also,
for excess in eating, and the too tree use of ardent
spirits. It also reconciles Health with la'.eaiper
anee. OLD STOMACH COMPLAINTS.
There is no. fonn of OLD STOMACH COM
PLAINTS which it does not seem to reiek and re
move at once. No matter how bad they may be, it
GIVES INSTANT RELIEF! A single dosa re
moves all the unpleasant symptoms, and' it only
needs to Be repealed, for a short time, tO make these
good cftVets permanent- PURITY' Of BLOOD
and VIGOR UP UODY follow at on e: It is par-.
ticularly excellent in cases of Nausea, Vomiting,
Cramps, Soreness of the pit of the Stomach, dis-'.
tre:s after eating, low, cold slat of the Blood,
Heaviness, Lownessbf Spirits, Despondency, Ema
ciation, Weakness, tendency to lusahity, aiuicine,.
Price, ONE DOLLAR ner bolt!' One bottle
will often effect a lasting cure.-
tvery Dottle bears the written signature of J 8
HOUGHTON, M D, sole proprietor.
Soldbyagcnls in every town in the Urii tad State.
and by respectable dealer in Medicines generally.
Also, for sale at the Drug Store of D. REED,.
Pomeroy, Ohio- ' aprii24n29rl.
ISAAC SAMUELS will take notica that a peti-.
' lion was filed against him on the loth day of
April, 1851, in the Court of Common Picas of, f
Meigs county, Ohio, by Jacob Shiley, and is nw'
ponding therein, wherein the said JacoS Fliley"
demands partition of the following real estate, ViaV
Section No 1, Town No 7, Range No 14, and frac
tion No 4 in Seeiion No 10, Town No 7, Rang;
No 14, in the Ohio Company's Purchase, in said,
county; and that at the next terra of said court
application will ba made by the said Jacob Shiley
for an order that partition anay.ba mauaof said
premises. . . T A j'LAWTSi- .
April 17, 18GI nsswo Alt' y for i'etitioaf
TASH'AtfAiNST CRED lT.Ilaving
adopted the Cash syatcm, 1 offer to the cilistn
generally a splendid opportunity of realising its'
advantages. Cash should give its possessor an
advantage which under the present system of trad
he fails to realize; it being an undeniable fact that-
no business can be conducted as cheap lor credit-.
as ccsh, and no fair dealing man will mailt a dif1,
tinction prejudicial to either, whcit two ciawss of
customers are brought face te face.
Taerctore, in order to reward industry ana fru
gality, I have established One, Placr in Pcaitrcy
where you can save money by spending it at ...
decl2'6finoia. H- B- tMITH'.
Notice There will ba a petition presents
to the Commissioners of Meigs county, at
their next session, praying for a, couutr road to bV
Itrid ottt And established as followar Commeaciag'
at lot Her 3 in Danville; thence north with the .
middle line f Section 13 in Salem township, to tht ,
southwest corner c f Swearettgen's land; thenca a.
northwest' co'ilrse Co WiHism Tavit' barn; the nee'
through taid Davis lantf aad t. Andrews' land loi
the northeast cnn.crofsaid Andrews land, thsare'
through W. Uaycoek's land, keeping on th easjX
side ef accrtaiu run to widow E(1mundson'fencor
thence on the etst side of ths ma clot to the kill,
to intellect the road at Jamta R. Slrahssfi't sskarv.
nlatc 5 kuekN fn, ir,)e,low by
1 Mays, M. 1. Mllk.