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f ; AUnitULTlmAL GEOLOGY. . i
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Oxuilcr dieik'wK for aci, ginoinei, in
rrckn. rueaii mukl -, notice ihu liueral
meaning of cxygeig atid maker, t Com-
WHiuIbjir uorrns sulphuric acid
wuh niirogen flii'rie acid; &c , Respiniion,
combustion nnd fermentation are i he three
principal oporstions producing the combiim
lions of oxygen and carbon : the results, car
Acids combine readily with matals, earth
and alkalies i s , iron, . limo and potash.
liy chemists these combinations are called
salts," designated by iho lermination" ale.
Sulphuric acids combining with various buses
product sulphates j nitric, nitrutes ; carbon
ic carbonates ..fcuiphnie of lime is gypsum
or plasterer Paris ; sulphate of iron, copper
""i j:min1 ; jtiuuuer salts; or magnesia,
epsom salts. Tha. carbonate of lime, is
common limestone, marble, chalk, and many
ueautuul crystals. Catbonntes of iron, cop
per, and load, ate Ores of these metals.
About a century tn water was found to
he ootnpscd of oxygen' and hydrogen, about
a Jialf a Century since, oxygen was found
by Sir Humphrey Davy to be an clement of
rocks, of. coarse soils as it was of alkalies,
cornbjned with oxygen, were found by the
sum great cnemist, to be metals very pe
culiar In character. ''
tt hence "appears that oxygen is an ele
men Jn air, earth and water, existing abun
dumly !ri "solid, liquid and aerial forms. ' In
wV',ii constitutes nearly half our globe.
It is of. course the most abundant element
irt he material world. It is also the most
fmporinni, agent in producing changes is
nimteV essential to the human existence. It
is very appropriately culled vital air, as nei-
lli!?.lnJ,il?"if? nor nny. M can exist with
out'.iL; Iijs no less essential to combustion
than to life.. It tK0 acts w'-ih energy upon
metals and other solid substunces. In this
a?,1n.i, Puce 'hree very lurge and very
imp'oitant classes of bodiesoxydes, cids
and salts. -Iron rust ia th nvAanr'..
the dross of lead, oxyde of lead ; burntlime,
lh0,xy?.(,of,cn!(i.lum5 Pu'e potash, the ox
ife of potassium; pure soda, the oxydo of
sodium ; seliex or flint, the oxyde of sili
cu,'n:. The combination ol one part oxygen
aid four of nitrogen constitutes the atmos
phere'j, three parts of oxygen and ono of
nitric acid, aquafortis. Combined with oth-'
er substances,1 it forms, numerous ucids.r
Sultpetre is the nitrate of potash. Th-large
M-"""', gen,it receives from the ni
tric acid fits it for a. material In gunpowder,
giving to mat powerful agent its principl
'A plate, tumbler and scrap of paper with
ajtitie water, will enable any teacher or pu
rent 16 perform an experiment on oxygen
equally simple, instructive and interesting
in a deep plate pour some water, on the w.
t.;r place a scrap of thick paper, piece of
corn, or otner light substances; on that an-
oil er piece of paper or cotton moisted wiih
oil. ' On lighting the paper or cotton place
ovej it a targe empty tumbler. The com
I i 1 . .
vusiion continues lor a Tow seconds, mnd
whnn t, la I .l
.. riuiigumueu mo wator occupies
about one fifth of the space in the tumbler,
snowing the necessity of oxygen combustion
niifl itim I i - . .
..... ii w.iMHuies aoout one-ltlili tho air
wo breatho. VVhat man woman or child.
wou.u not tiKe to bo fumiliarlv acnnniniMH
with an element so abundant, and agi;ni so
uuuvobs oxygen, especially when suph an
u0,,aLe is equally simple, useful and
. . .
-rr s From tho Western Agriculturist.
1 MELONS, CUCl'MBEItS fcC.
1 have no difficulty in raising melons, cu
Mtinkfica Jt.o L l if'. .
. nne i otten hear others
complain that their young plums are des
"y yenow nugs.. My plan is.'to
urop plenty ol seeds in jach hill, and wh,.,.
they come ,ip to examinq each plant every
...u.iu..g auu uestroy the bugs which are then
twpid and ensily caught and killed. It is
gqpd plan io water the': plants at the same
timers this will bring to the surface the in
scts burried in the earth. If this practice
. pursuBu ior a tow uays, thero will soon be
nonq left to kill.- As the plants advance in
growth, I thin out, the weakest, eventuully
leaving but two or three in a place. ' J '
-J have also us d.boxos, wltich are tflectu.
V" Png ou the bugs, and are very use
lu when we wish to bring on the frui early
WW. "cceedSd ,n gti"g fruit sometime
Mi.uuvnnco o tne. rrgur season, in this
uy,,i any in the sprihg-J make good sized
wh m.wjiicn i piaca a quantity of stablo
rnanure, covering ii a Tew inclics with earth.
In tRis I jilant my sneds.'nnd. cover the hill
wth myHie'xVwhioliMslibrri-rho'vod till
ahts are oui 6f 'the ny, p( ,!,, f(osi ond
AAflJgM. fO;,l.wojl;tt,riy- dunr
wucii uh) air it -rn and cliillv
wvei mo top ol the box with a board ' l
"'T. 'PI ?M "om olve to eightoon in
cfiicXluttre, tff siding, or any boards from
...c eigniinci,ii,wlfl.,tind isover ,the
.P. wi :jHBinor t-n.Z(.wciieap cotton
might snswelaM' would ;le' preferable,
but would Jhislkiord.' V-
I liatfi iried, and have seen others try the
vinous remeaiea fcfrscribed. 6f snrtnlti,,
aobt,coal dust and ashe; sulphur die, upon
ih9,)'oung planuiW prevent' th ravages of
H.ecuwiui witnout success j and I know of
w hioiwo mansihlch- carl be relied on
vizV destroying Ija bugiahd prytectiotf the
plania by; boxes. J. r.v.iVV.,;,:.-,;-j
H mey wn le-amiss io inform young gar-dencra-,
as well as soma old ones, that cu
cumbors i-qijashes, melons, die.; and iheir
ditrront Varieties, should be planted remote
from racii ntlir, u il.y will mix and ilete
t.orat, - - ii"
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CJHt:R!FfffsALE.UB virtue of a writ of Temi.
M ex. 'to me directed by the Cnurt of Common
fljcat of Viaton count 1 will offor it public sle
iri Coalpntt, oa the 13th 4y of Mav, 1851, between
thehqutii prescribed by, law, the f blowing proper
ty, to-Wit: oha doubleent;iic441x'lersnlt''K-e
nets of wilt stonM. ' Levied on as the property of
U, W. T. Grautei. tl stthe suit of HRmptcn Smith
A Uo. - - . M. yQOLLUXti, . n. c .
.; May 1, 1831 n30w3 ; , ; tt 00 '
' V Sale by iordcr cf Court.
.UYrirtueof an ordeiof.the Ourt of Ctinmoa
Pleas in the ease of Chatlcs P. Thnu v Thnnu
McKo'wn, to me directed; 1 will offer at public sale
at the floor of the court honse ia Poraeroy, oa the
any oi jnne, loot, ociween the hoars preseri
bed by law, the following real estate, tow it: Lot
nuniDcr iso in ths town pf Pomeroy. Appraised
'J ; M. HiSUJvAKU,
. i, . Special Master in Chancery.
May i; J851 n30w5 ti 80
SHERIFF'S &ALK.-By virtn
vend.' ei. to ra directed by th
ue of a writ of
directed bv' the Court of Com.
Lmon Pleas of Athens county, 1 will sell at Dub
uc saie. in uoaiport, on the 13th day Of May, 1891,
peiween ine nours prescribed ty law, the follow
ing property, to-wiu one double engine and boiler
and three sets of mill stones. Levied on as the
property opo w T Grant et. al. at the suit of
tiampion snuth A uo. ,
. M. W; COLLINS, B. M. C.
May 1, 1851 n30w2 tl 00
TUST RECEIVED a fresh supply of seasonable
uuuua, wnicn now roaKes mv stock mm.
plete, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries Hard
ware, wueensware, iron Ware, Stone Ware, Hats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes, Window Glass, Looking Glass
es, Clocks, Watches, Iron, nnils, steel, Leather,
Manilla Ropes,. Oils, Fish, Provisions. Cotton
Yarns, Carpet Yams, Carpets, .Mill Saws, White
wmc, nasier rans, aio.te.
. ., , ... , WM. H. REMINGTON,
i Corner Lind and Front streets.
April 17, 1851. n28w4.
N. B. Molasses and Sugar direct from New Or
leans, oy me una., bbl., half bbl. or retail.
D, REKD'S DRUG STORE.
HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY REMOVED TO
W. H. Remington's Warehouse, on Lind Street
where he will be happy to wait on bis old friends
and customers, ana convince them that he is nei
ther burned out or drowned out, but his plenty to
oufpi an uciuanuo iui niucics in run line. v
He expects to be at his old stand in anotherweek.
with a new stock, in a new building. ' Be sure,
However, in tne meanume to call at the hayscales.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1851. : .
' H ALSTON & STIVERS
T.OULD INFORM their friends that they
T T aave survivea tne nre. and are now hold
ing forth at their Warehouse on Second street,
where they are receiving a fresh stock of GOODS.
to which they invite the attention of their friends
and customers. .
i It may not be necessary to remind those indebted
to us that this is a great time of Heed, as nil are
acquainted with our misfortune. "A word to the
wise is suSieiit." .
April 17, 1851 n28tf. ' I
C John Franklin This brave Naviga
ior naa noi yei oeen louna, and his wile mourns
because she has not his DaL'uerreotvnn likpriPM
Alas! he put it off until it was too late.
rrofessor Woolly has taken rooms at A Sted-
man's, in Middleport, where he will remain but a
a few days, ready and haDDV to wait on those who
may oe so tortuuate as to give him a call.
Professor Woollt has justteceived from New
York the Electro Galvanico, which enables him tn
take better Pictures than has ever been taken in
the West, end warranted to be inferior to none in
the world, and cheaper than any before.; . :
' Come on, while every thing is ready. ' A cloudy
dny is as good as any. ........
: April 17, 1851 n28w3 - '
FUtEl F1IIE! FIRE! . .
HAVING received a litUe.shorUi no-O
tice to vacate the premises, we formerly JK
occupied, than the law, in its humane, operation,
allows, on the night of the late .fire, we are now to
be found in Win. H. Remington's building, one
door below his store. Having supplied ourselves
with all our missing articles, we are enabled to
lurnisn our customers at reduced prices. In addi
tion to our present stock we have made arrange
ments with an eastern importing house to supply
us wiui me taiesi importations ot drugs at impor
ters prices, and will receive, in a few weeks, a
ery inrge ana extensive invoice of Fresh Drugs,
iiiuuiicuis, nazin s onnenyi KousseLTs) Ferfu
mery, new Chemical Preparations, Instruments,
fine Drugs, and Scarce Preparations, never be
fore brought to tlus market. ,.Wc will supply
Physicians and Morcliants at dedliption of twen
ty per cent on their bills of former purchases in
this place, or at the "Ciroular Prices" of any re
sponsible Pittsburgh or Cincinnatti . House.' We
warrant our dnus to be of first quality and en.
tirely pure; coming directly from under Ihe Drug
Inspector's hands there is ho possible" cbance for
their adulteration. Call and see whht difference
there is in the quality of drugs and as6crtain our
P'icea. j. r. LaJUNGj- Druggist.
We have just been informed, by letter, , that, a
wumcncii oi mis valuable Linimenfhiade its ap
pearance in Cincinnati some time since..- People
must be on their guard. The proprietor has but
one agency in Meigs county that is at the cheap
nrn tr nM nr.. .... . ... ......
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mM4r-uniy io cts. prb. Incredible? Yes
O -it's a fact tliat prime Supercarb. Soda, in
the original Liverpool nackaee.
been paying 25 and 37 pr fb. for, is selling at the
vncajj cnsii urug giore, in nemiligton's building, at
10' cts pr lb. less than western buyers can pur
chase it at wholesale.' Buying our goods for cash
I. mc cui aim auopung tne casn system at home,
enables us to sell drugs at our former prices in
GaUipolis, which made such astonishing disclo-
au.ia.iU .uc price Ul UlUgS la ball! COUnty.
f J. P.-FLEMlNOr
TT nr lA ?ai t A ,." " V ' " 'V !. m
U1"""." oi.K,.--Dy inue oi-a't-Bt'cree
H' of ihe court f common pleas of- Murus
Luuniy, i, win oner tor eule at.the door of th
acre lot. INo. 34 io sec. ,28, township 6',
range 14, in said county. Ordered to be
sold as the prrpeny of arah M'Guire.and
otners. at the suit or Judah ITouro Ap
praised at $365. ' ? . -TH.
Master Com. in Chancery M. C.
May 1, 1851.-n30w5. $1.60.
P UtJLIU SALK.-I)y l irtuo of a decree of
I tne tourt of Common Pleas of Meics
AAllllllf 1 ll IF- . A ... I V .
wu,,Vi tti'i oiforior saie at tne' door 6!
the court-house of said county,', on the 3d
aay ot June next, the following lota in th
rown oi fomeroy, In suid county, to-wit:
onuiui hi, vruerett tone sold as
tne property of Daniel haw: at .the suit of
Hiram and Ausiin Fuller, Executors of Re
solved Fuller deed., appraised nt $3250.
! . TH. IRVIN,
Master Com! in Chancery M.C.
I May l, f851 n30w5. '.$1.50.
UBLIC SALE.-Bv . virtUO of a dunrar.
of tho court "of Cofilmo'n 'pleas of Mete
(.-uuiuy, i win oner ior, Bate, at tho door ot
tho court bouso, in Ponieroy on ho 3d day
of Juno next, Vie following parcel of land
to wit: the to'utll' west nnrt nF.rnM.ir.
I . I " tlUVIIVII J
section 15, townshin'O. and rnn-rft ik;
minintf .70 acres', beinff the farm on ahinh
George Wood rosides. Ordered to be iold
s the property of George Wood at the Sui
of Yn: M'Uowell. Approised ht ' 83 pe
aore. "' ' ' ' ' " ' '
i i Master Com. in Chancery M. C;
Mnyi 1851no30w5. $1 so.'
UTX. by given,' that the Subscriber has Wn .n.
pointed and Qualified u Admi
estate of George H Wolf, late of 8utton township,
Meigs county, dee'd. WM. H. NEASE,
April 1 1, ioi nsw3pd -1
f pWEMTY-FIVE Bushels Shoe Pegs, as
; J rr;ed sizes, from the best factors in the Uni
ted titkbx, forsal a, - . KUTH'S.
court house '6r suld cority.'xin, ipol.drJa'y'
5TlinJ,' fdtlovjiig described-Biice
of lund, to wit: 121j acres, "east end or262
ftI.Kltf SALE. By virtue ol a writ ol
O (i. fa. el lov.' a. to me diroi-ted by ' thi
L,oun of Common Pleas' of Weil's couniv
Ohio, ! will offer , for sale ai the'dour of the
Courthouse in Pomeroy, on the firsi day ol
the next term cf the court of Common
Plefts for snid county, between the hours
prescribed bv luw; ihe following real estate
to wit : twenty ,feet by , one hundred, feel otf
ol lot no, X, in the town ol Pomeroy, with
the appurienances boundu as follows: be'
ginning at the south easterly corner . of a lot
owned by Englehards, thence westerly 100
feel along auid Englehards line, thence 20
feet in a aoutherty direction, thence 100 feet
parallel with the first mentioned liue to
Sprirg street, thence 20 feet to the place of
beginning. 1 lie property of brastus A
Robinson. At tho suit of John M. Strider.
Appraised at 8260. ;
i M.W.COLLINS, s. m.c
. May 1, 1851. :30:5t. , . .' .
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OT1UE ia hereby aiven that there, wiT
be a petition presented to the Commis
sioners of Meigs county, at their next meet
ing, for an alteration of a certain part of the
roud leading (rom brnhams biauon down
towards cowman s run; said alteration to
commence at or near George Wolfs house,
east of Peter Wolfs barn, thence down on
tho southwest side of Peter Wolfs barn
and house, on the rise of ground running
down across Peter Wolfs lot and Joseph
fir IM -
won s tot, so as to cross the run opposite
josepn vvoll s house, thence across John
Wolfs lot and Isaac Runnels' lot near the
house now occupied by Thomas Wilcoxen,
thence down on the rise r'closo as practice
ble to the southwest side of Adam Harnold's
orchard, on the lot now occupied by Philip
Harpold, thence to continue on .the rise
running down across said lot so as to inter
sect the road now In . use at or near a . rise
in the road a few rods east ol the mouth
ol the lane on the lino between Adam .Har
pold s lot and Luther Donatson's lot.
May 22d, 1851.
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a pi, pi. vend,
ex. to me directed bv the Court nf nnmmnn
Fleas ol Meigs county, Ohio, I will offer for sale
at the door of the court-house in Pomeroy, on the
nrsi aay oi me next term ot said Court, between
the hours prescribed by law, the following Teal
estate, to-wit: 120 acres of land, be the
more or less, being the north part of the west half
oi section one, town eignt, range fifteen, Ohio
company s rurcnase. Hold as the property of Sam
uel and Nathan Perkins, at the suit of Win;.,
Ledlie for the use of Milton Walker. Appraised
ai v iuu.
. M. W. COLLINS, s. n. c.
May 11851 n30w6 $3 00
DP. 8. D HOWE'S
S1IAKHB S A RS A PA RILL, A.
r'l'HHE Great Spring and Summer Medioine
i I . Proof. More evidence. Read it. It is from
a young lady residing m our city.
CwciNKATT. Feb 7tW61 .
This is to certify that my sister. Marv C. Belmnn.
was attacked with a disease in her hin. more tlmn
mice jrca ago, wnica renaerea ner so utterly help
less that she was compelled to keep her bed. All
nopes ot her recoverp were despaired of. . Some of
tne most eminent physicians of Covineton and Cin
cinnati attended her, all of whom declared her
case a Hopeless one. Pissing by Dr. Howe's de
pot, an idea suggested itself, that to trrnneluiltln
of his Shaker SarsapariUa could do no harm. Ac
cordingly I purchased one bottle, and before its
contents were entirely used She received benefit.
I was induced to try another, and another"; before
the last was used she had nearly recovered. Now
she has aq pain, can walk, and has the entire use
of her limbs. To Howe's Shaker SarsapariUa we
attribute this effective cure. It is but a few months
since sue commenced taking it. - ' J
i (Signed) J.' 0. BELMAN.'
rC r -v i."-i"i.i iaiij vummerciai.
! Hemembei this wonderful and mrtnnnhino
was effected by the use of three bottles only ef
Dr. 8. D. How's Shaker SarsaDarilla. the Great
ojjuug ana summer Medicine.
BEAK IN MIND ;
It is the only SarsaDarilla that AfttM nnnn DiaIIvmi
kidneys and blood at the same time, which renders
uauogemer more valuable to every one, partictt'
Dr. Mussey, professor in the Ohio Medical Col
lege, says me snaker preparations are truly valua
ble, and recommends thm tn th nnhii.
' No Mercury no Mineral no Poisonoos Dross
It is warranted to be
PURELY AND ENTIRELY VEGETABLB,
and as a family medicine it nun n a Mnal
Be sure you envuire for S. D. Howa's Shaker
niDaaiiua, na uise bo otner.
Quart bottles 1 per bottle; six bottles for 86.
rorsalebvD. Reed. Pnmn. in . . , i
fc1 Co,, Portsmouth, Ohio; and
- .' .wc' ao' 1 ouege Hall, Cincin
nati, Ohio, to whom all orders must be addressed
KV,", u"KK HOUSE, Front
.Street,. Pomeroy, Ohlor-The sub
scriber has fitted up a large and oominodious house
near the Steamboat Landing, where he is ready
and prepared at all times to accommodate the
"'"8 puuiic. ins nouse is comfortable and
fnrniture entirely new-is prepared to accommo
date a large number of boarders, and rooms canba
had for private families on 'the most reasonable
' 'le. thiaks from the long experience that he has
!S lne1b1u,'nfl,1h an give general satisfao
Uon. His table si all at all times be furnished with
the best that the market affords. ,u"'"a w"
: Baggage will be conveyed toand from the steam,
boats free of charge. A careful and attentive Por
ter will at all times be ready to wait upon tha trav.
elingpubho with their baggage. . " -
; . ' . F. B. RIHELbARPER. ' ,
Pomeroy, December 12, 1800.12816.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS
The subscriber has just received and is aow
openestthe finest assortment of eentlemen'e Dress
Goods to be found in the eity of Pomeroy, which h
offers to seU and make up when required, into the
most fashionable garmemts, at the lowest prices.
His stock consisU of the following articles:
' Black, Brown and Olivs Cloths; Black, Doeskinl
Fancy and Plaid Cassimeres; BlackJSatinj Browni
"lack and Steil MiieH R.iinot,.. t..j.
Jeans; Plaid Cravata: Bl.oi, r.il.. n .
11' Neck Ties; Black Cloth Caps, Navy do; Net
Shirts and Drawers; Suspenders, ic. 4o.
'Don't forget the place Brading's New Clothing
TJ7TT T tin ism.im
UOUNTY LANDFor those who served in
. ' War of-1812 with Great Britain or any of the
Indian. 1 have received a nmvnra.i..
Congiess, passed September 28, 1850, srantin
Bounty land I, 4o., and am prepared Vprccurf
lands nnder the provisions of said. -.Those
desiring information concerning their
nghts to lands can be inform h .Hi:..e.: " .
me. " No change will b. made exceptTn eases 0r"
Jjn uccessful, sad in such charges will be r.iom.
- - ' , . J: CARTWRIGHT ,
octlO'SOnoStf . , . ;, ... , .. '
f, p 0 THE CREDITORS of the estate of H W Hy-
I I Sell, dee'd. The snhsrrilipr lio. h 1.
ed and qualified by the Court of Common Pleas of
Meigs county a commissioner on the estate of H W
Uysell, dee'd, rePKSeutcd insolvent. Tk. v,.i.
of sit months from the date of this notice is allow
ed creditors. to bnng;in and prove their claims
against said estate. The subscribe win .ia
iS'w? hi' PPintlnet at his residence ia
Sheffield, Meigs county, Ohio, for the said term
ui dia uiumut. o DUAuavKYt Adm'r.
April 17, 1861 n28wi. - ; t
i ake Notice Alt persons indebted to the
' 1 '- Subscriber am TAmiAtAl . .ti i ...
by or before the fi
.... " 1 ov. fim DB IH
determined to square un all accounta ..
possible, we shall do wejl to settle,
' If we cannot nn let n hi. ... v L.
il.J nr 'j .1 v.w, au .c, nvw wa
siana. v e can do it a mat deal fAair anil AiMb
er than any JusUce of the peace, in the State of
N B. A rood
On hand and fur saia bv Urn w,;Kn. n i
trcet, Pomeroy, ; , DANIEL FLA! AG IN.
i uwciuy, Apmi7, 1801 n28w3
CviV TS. ErThe "teb'-taa KaterprU
V' h , Cull and sec them, at ,.
.' i- :'.- .; ojiub,-
: To onr Fi;! and Customers.
111 .J'U? ces leae-tO-mform VOU and' thro
5 f f your kindnuss ourand your friends of your
neighborhood ad elsewherenot forgottinr our
taemies if any there bes-that we ara noweceiv.
in;? direct from New Orleans and tha eastern eities
a resu bcock or uroceries, whioh we
are now offering ic: zzie at room No 6, Front street,
Portsmouth, Ohio, and have made arrangements to
be be supplied during the season from same places.
Our stock will at all times eouslst of everything
in unuiuwif inc. - 1 . i . ti ' .
Although ia the mutter of purchasing and in now
offering eur goods for sale, we frankly confess that
we have been and sti are directed mainly by a
desire to promote our own interests yet it will
nevertheless afford m great pleasure to accommo
date our friends to the fullest extent that a due
regara tor ineflr and our interests may seem to die-
The hackneyed and stale terms, 'chean. 'chwn
er than ever," an;i 'cheapest,' we abstain from
using, leaving toothers (less modest men thanoiir-
selves) to derive all the advantages that an intelli
gent community may concede to this kind of boast-
, , ' HAKES & BUSKIRK.
F. J. OAKU. - i. : T. W; BDSKIKK.
OAKES & BIJSKIRK.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in Rectified Whis.
' key, Foreiirn and Dnmmtin I.iminn, ..
Wo. 6, Front kt Portsmouth, Ohio.
Sugar 400 hluls Prime New Orleans Sugar,
. on hand and for sale low by
- ' OAKES ft BUSKIRK
Molasscsi m bbl new crop, on handand
forsaleatNofi. . ' ,. , , ,
' OAKES & BUSKIRK'
U io ioiiee 3(J0 Bags' superior article just
icucivcu auu ior saie ai no o. .
'. ' ' OAKES & BUSKIRK.
No 6 nuainst tho. World 1
FOR good artices at ow prices. .
' OAKES & BUSKIRK,
nil Assorii.U'lit We are now reoeivine
uiige a,uumoiu io our sux:s ot urocenes,
which we are selling very low for casn.
- Come and
examine for yourselves.
. OBKRS A. BUSKIRK.
CJ hot, Powder and Lead 120 bags Shot,
Vj 20 kegs Powder Dupont'a best; 2000 Bars
ucaa- ror aie ai iio D.
- ' ' - . OAKES dr. BUSKIRK
f eat In chests, half jchests, and qnarters;
j. r ireso articles, jror sale low. by
OAKES ot BUSKIRK
yoap and Candles A good article of both,
on nana ana ior sale low by the box
iTUour Always on hand and for sale by
V OAKES & BUSKIRK.
Ijourbon Whiskey 20 Bbls. on hand,
MJ trom one to fen years old, for sale at No 8.
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
r I tobacco 20 Fine Virginia Leaf;
JL 10 do Missouri do: ' ,
10 do Virginia Fives;
! i. 10 ' do-,- do Eights;
'" ' ,14 do- Missouri Twelves;
i 20 Kcss Kv. Si9 Twist:
Received front ibe manufacturers, and for sale low
atXMoe. v ' OAKES & BUSKIRK.
13 ectiflett Whiskey From 100 to 600 bar
JL rels, always on hand and for sale low at No 6.
- ' I ,A K KM A Ml XK IKK
1 lauors Brandy. Wine. Gin. Rum. etc..
JLi both Foreign ahd Domestic, on hand and for
sale at no 8. UAKJS8 ft BUSKIRK.
II. Molasses 20 Barrels and 10 half bar
Oa rels, forsale by "
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
ri ye Whiskey-oO Barrels Old Rye, for sale
X ' ai no e. 1 '
OAKES i BUSKIRK.'.
Iar, Pitch' and Oakum on
JL for sale at No 6 by
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
CMgars 20 Boxes Fine Prinoipes:
J , 10 Boxes Canones; ' " ",...'. ' . . : .
4 ;15 do, . Fine Havaaoa: ''.
.60.000 Half Snanish: " .'" ' 'a; ' ' .
10,000 Common; on hand and for sale low
by OAKES RI1KK in. -
Melg Common PleasIn Chancery.
uuuuh m iruw, u, Wl I ........ .
, - I Petition for Divorce
Joshua Wood. - 1 , j ". ",
THE said Joshua Wood is herebv notified, that
on tne zin aay oi march A JJ 1861, Almira E
Wood, of the said countv of Meimi. filpH in ttip
Court of Common Pleas ia the county of Meigs
and State, of Ohio, a bill in chancery against th
said Joshua Wood. The obiect and nraver nf
wnicn Dm is, inai ine sam uourt mav decree the
marriage contract now existing between the said
Almira E Wood and the said Joshua Wood, may
be dissolved; and that the said Joshu Wood may
ue ueeieeu io pay io me saia complainant a rea-
sonaoie alimony ior ner maintenance and support.
And the said Joshua Wood is further notified,
that unless he appears and pleads, snswers or de
murs to said bill, before the next term of said court.
mc sum Annua w ooa win, on the first day of the
uem verm mereoi, or as soon thereafter as nruinl
can be heard, apply to said court to hear th evi.
dence in said case, and to decree thereon according
w uic piayci ui wuu oui.
.. , ' . .. . J. BRADBURY,
Solicitor for Complainant
April 24, 1851 n29w6 - 86 25.
Meigs Common Pleas In Chancery,
Elihu H Stedman and wife, 1
' " ' -"W. ' ' 5-.1 - Petition for Partition
OETH PRATT and Nancy G Pratt his wife, Mad
U ison Elliott, Sumner Elliott Marinh Rrnnr.h.
Julia Branch, Elisabeth Torrance; Harvey P Fenn
ana tiucyrenn nis wue, niinu Hobmson and Ellen
Robinson will take notice that a netition ws filed
against them on the22d day of April A D 1861, in
me toun oj tommon fleas or Meigs county, by
Elihu H Stedman and Adaline M Stedman his wife,
and is now pending, wherein the said F.lihn H StH.
man and wife demand partition of the following
real estate, td-wib ' Eighty two feet Jaff the north
end of Lot No. 15, in the town of Coalport; and
mav mine next lerra oi saia Uourt application will
be made by the said Elihu H Stedman and Adaline
M Stedman his wife for an order that partition may
be made pf said premises v'l - r - .
!-V::;-;t. i J. BRADBURY, !
;- ! i Attorney for Petitioners. ':
Apni 24-.18M n29w6 ' 83 60.
IIAIN.00 bushels sheUed Corn in bbls.
' 300 ' Oats in Sacks; -
- - ' : r , -350 ; p Very fine Potatoes; i
, .it! ;ioo- " Dried Apples & Peaches;
... . . r.300 lbs. Tallow in casks. ;
We nOW Offer tllfl fihnvA ffrsin ,w lhA miAnfitv
It is all in .firm order anil th heat nimlilv. -
April It, 1861.. . , . . REED & 1U1Q f
I i UMBEllr-Bedstead Lumberi
t v " ;,- . : , oneeting Boards; . ;
' . . bl i u
Fopale Very low for cash by '' i -1 ' ' '
..fli.iL' 100A' ' REED ft BKO. .
I lVW14.inU KTOVr nn . Rn.nn1 h.nH
yj Cookinir Stove
KEED ft UKU.
April IT, 1861. " .
1 invite (he attention of Country Merchants to
my StOCk Of Notinna n,l ITnnt, flnwlo whioh
c iwiu ai low prices and on reasonable terms,
flnn ,n Prtof the following articles:
?,ec5 8net, Onpand.Taffeta Ribbons; i
W do Tuck. Bide. Drpssini? and FinaComhai ..
;n ,White and colored Spool Thread;
m y Black assorted Patent .dot ,! ,.''
juu. aoaArUnoua Flowers
800 " Coat and Pant " ' ;, : do'. 8
m.. sr mm aim luum u rercutsion Uaps;
60 " Rockwell fit Son nn.1 Rt.' Ni.p?llA.i "
,60 dot Meu's Cottou and Lisle thread G'toves;
. viukwiuiubnu HUUIUlOYli:
" Ladies' Lisle Thread ad Cotto do
" Kid and Silk . - -t, ,1
f Military Shaving Soasi " " '
" Rarors;' - " -p'"- J'-.V.rrt v
Clothes and Hair BmtWr ' : lv"! J
" Shaded Comforta i ' ' "-
100 " McLane's CelebiaWl Vermifuge and Pill;
,60 Packs Pinst ." . 1 '
Laces, Edgings, Fringes aad Plaid jGreciancthBt,-.
I Silk and Worsted Coat JUindinfis,. ailkTttttd
and Twiat, 4e. 4.0. - :- ,
" '.-; ':B. 8. EDWARDS.
romeroy, April 17, 1861,
WP' Prf ? ft .Wt-.V-
300 Gross Hooks and Eyc'V ! 7 1 ' " i' ?
300-' "." Pearl and A,.mI,, Sl.ir hiliin'.'.'i' I
THE "UNDERSIGNED have"
now received their
Stock of Snrin? and Summer OOfins .nn.
sisting in part as follows: - '
200 pes. Prints tho aewest atid most fashionable
Furniture Chintz very rich; ' .'Lj'
Satinetta; Ermine Cloth, Cassimeres and
Kerseys, . .. . .
Kentucky jeans, various colors; , ,,
Blue Black, Figured and Col' d Alpacas;
Eastern Linseys, of various colors; .
New stvle Ginehams: - -, v .. .,.,
1 200 bolts Brown Muslin, 4-4 beet; ,. ,V -
iiow-- " 3-4chMDi .. ,-.
25 pes. Flannels, all colors; . - ' :f. n 'i i . t
50 " Bleached Muslins, all Drieesi s . -
Bleached and Brown Drills and Canton Flannels
Apron utiecks snd Check Shirtings; , -Shawls
Thibet Wool, Siik Embroidered ft Plai
Cashmere and DLane Dress Goods, ivery ban
i somqj .
10 cases Hats aad Caps, New styles;
Umbrellas, Carnet Bam and Katohpln,
JaooneU, Cambricks, Book, Swiss ft Mull Muslins;
- sa.aiery cinaiugs.
Saddle Trees and Buggy Hames;
Oil and Gum Cloth '
Patent Dash Leather and Coach Lace;
Harness Trees New stvle:
Csrpet Bag Frames and Trunk Locks;
Ducaies, urmie Mitts and Ktirrups;
Rein Snaps, Tenets and Water Hooks:
Spurs, Saddle Plush and Strain Webb:
i ii . . .
narness ana martingale Kings;
Bridle and Shoe Thread and Silk: ; .
Strain Web aud Girthing; :
Saddler's Needles, Awls, Punches and
cutting Knives and Cutting Thrusts;
Pad Screws. Soot and Brass Nails.-.
Brass Buggy, Bands and Carriage Handles and
Buggy and Carriage Springs and Dash Frames;
Curtain Cloth and Leather; " -, - . . - -And
every other article in Saddlers' line.
60 different kinds of Locks and Latches; , . .
All kinds of Files and Rasps; , ' .
All kinds of Chisels and Plain Bitts; '
All kinds of Augers and Bitts; .) .
All kinds of Saw Sot and Gimblets; .
Mill, ScroU and Hand Saws; . . J
Tenon, Circular and Key Hole Sawjfc ' ':
Wood and BiUet Saws;', " -g K
Broad and Hand Axes; - ii ; i r, f
runges, screws and Finishing Naia; .
Braces, Oil Stones and Rule.: .. )
Shoe Hammers and Peg Floats ani Punches! '
Shutter and Window Fastenings 1
Bed Screws and Castnra nit tiad.
Sash and screw arm Pullies; ; , . - ,
crass ana fliajiogany Knobs; , - i
Anvils, Vices and Screw Plates; ' ' ' ' ' ' '
BeUows and SledSe Hammers; - "
And a great variety other articles in this line.
1 isoots and Shoes.
6 cases Men's, Boys and Children's Boots; ; ;
2 " Women's heavv bootees and buskins'- '
t2 " Children's . " shoes, best article! ' '
j2 " Misses bootees and shoes, a sup. article:
0 poz. Ladies' Calf and seal bootees and buakina:
10 " Infant and Chhildren's small shoes sup.
10 : " Lsdies and Misses Kid SliDDer.. and think
i We especially invite the Dublio to call and m-
I amine our stock We have now the lareesi and
best selected stocks we have ever had; and many
very fine articles such as have not been kept in
Pomeroy before. '
We are prepared to fill anv nrd eif),f.r WimtA.
sale or Retail on very reasonable terms.
j ,r REED ft BROTHER, -
; Pomeroy, April IT,' 1851. n28tf. ,
. W THIS
I OUYSOTT'S I9IPIIOTED EI
B J TlMlTOF Vl'l i nw nnru
sahsaiAHIL,LiA, put up in the largest
"""- uwvucB, cuuiains more oi tne pure Honduras
SarsapariUa than anv other nrensralinn o-rtzint
hlch is chemically combined with the Extract of
icuow uock, rne extract or Wild Cherry, and
the Balsam of Fir, thus making the remedy more
thoroughly efficient than any other SarsapariUa
uv.u.v yuuuu. m me same inne it is perfect
ly free from all mineral poisons, which cannot be
sam oi any otner ot the SarsapariUa compounds,
t ne invalids should beware of poisons. Mercury,
Iron, Quinine, Potash, Iodine, Sulphur, Arsenid,
and many other mineral and metallio poisons, en
ter into, and form the active basis nf mnxt nf th
Sarsaparillas and Panaceas of the day. Guysott's
vuiuiiuuiia extract oi veiiow liocr and Sarsapa
riUa does not contain a particle of these substan
ces; as anyone can ascertain by applying the ne-
ucwaiy tea ia, ' ' ,. . .
1 hese poisons may occasionally remove the dis
ease, but they so vitiate the blood and completely
'"F"-6"""' ,nu wiiuic system wun ineir uanetul
effects, that the first cold, or the first attack of diB-
ease, prostrates the patient's strength, and sub
jects him or her to the most excrutiatini, torture
and renders another cure almost impossible and
hopelest. Let all Doisonoua Sanuinnrilln
tions alone and use Guvsotf s lmnrnvpti v.xinnfnf
uoioapiuiua, wuicn is inorougniy emcacious, per
fectly hfll-mlpca art A h,al in i.f ...
J Mwu j, ii.v, j Tcgeuuue. nu Kinus
of disesse yield to its genial influence.
' The following is an ext nf i.,ttn. aia
maicn ti, leou, irom JS. a. Perkins, M. D., a high-
lj .cojrcuuiuiu pnysician oi Marietta, Uhio:
John Pask Dear Sir: 1 have under my care a
suffering from Ulcerated Limhs. flllft whnon ...
wuhibh who. ior sixteen vra w,.
has been pronounced honeless bv three nf nr hw
physicians. 1 took tier into hiv family onH h
Used Guysott's VeUow-Dnr.V and Knrs.r.nrill. r
7, aim am cunnueni mat tne Yellow Dock and
SarsapariUa wiU effect a permanent cure. She is
in better general health than she has ever been
before, and walks a mile or two without fatigue Or
nnin. A VPS, nan aha moI ....i.l v 5?,.
1.. .J . j. . - " -1""V-
. -- mwu v.uLujjtxi. i win re
port the case in due time. Very respactfully.
i - - ' K. B. BERK1NS. .
; BT None genuine unless Dut un in larea hottlea.
containing a quart, and name of the Syrup blowed
iu iud yuan, iwivn. tne written signature, S. F.
Bennett, on the outside wrapper.
tu-rnce i potootue; or six bottles forS5. -
Sold by '. J. D. PARK. Oinrinnti ftkln -" ,
Northeast corner of Fourth and Walnut Hin. fin.
trance on Waluutst. to whom aU nnlem
auureaseu. IS a ISO SOW DV tfle lollowini, mrn9.
.1 .1 J I. I ... .. - . .
: D. REED, Pomeroyj " ,
G. W. COOPER & CO., Chester.
J. CAPEHART & CO., Point Pleasant. ,
V- JOHN FRAME, Coorvillei . v . : - - )
. lflUM llU-Dl'IMQ j.i : . ,, . . . ..
4 .MAGUET dc KARET, GaUipolis. .
s. . jiuniiAi, wnkesviUe.
J. G. BYRNE, Porter, c;
April 17, 1851 n28. , ' '
rTHE subscriber has been appointed agent for
JL the sale" of the celebrated works, medicines
and Instruments of Dr. Fitch, viz.- :
: r Six Lectures ,
on the cause, treatment, and permanent cure of
Consumption. , . ' 1 :
Mlver-platcd Supporters, 1
Patent Steel Springs, Shouidcr Braces, Silver Ex
haling Tubes. 1
v.. i Medicines, -. ,
Including Pulmonary Baisarn, Pecloral Expecto
rant, Pure' Medical, Cod, Liver .'Oil, Pulmonary
Liniment, Heart Corrector, Humor Cojrector, De
urative Syrup, Anti-Dyspeptio Alixtu;e, Cathar
bo Pills, Cholera and Cholio Specific, Vermifuge,
c' 0, : . , . .
i The above ,orm the systcinof treatment of Pul
monary Consumption, ., Asthma, Heart Disease
fte., which has been so eminently successful in
relieving and eurins those disease,!. ' ah tk.
remedies hre. prepared by Dr. F.. fori his practioe.l
nl u,nn-n v. ,.1 1 1.' ... .11
guua, . ma repeuiBUon, loundad
an success, , will recommend them to the afflicted,
Who will find Dr. Fitch's ."Guide to Invalids," a
valuable book. It is given away at tlie store of
tlie agents? ? Those auQ'eriag from falling of the
womb will find Dr. F.'s Supporter light and plea
sant, ami fitting perfectly, and at the aame time
most efficient, ; The Shoulder Brace, also is light
and efficient. 'The articles alone, or taken to
g0i ? "sur,P&Med by y article ever made.
! ,EJTlla.on,y eiit for Meiga oountys
also, Wholesale and Retail nriWt. h a.
in Glassware, ..Window Glass, french. English,
Germaif and American Chemicals, ate. &o!. in
nruuagvui,!) ouiioing, rroni street. a i i vw.
I ltBIMU-l, I4W)U
'-A 'len(d, rtiole pfNo 1 for -sale a
G HEAP CLOTHING
gtfAR THE TRACK!
JUKADINO'! NEW DEPOT I
Ota door Mow Crawford $ Slier't ttore,
tronl tired, Pomeroy. Ohio
uo ruiuaivitu irom UincinnaU a large and
iTHING, which has never been surprs ied in qua!
-uu tcicviui iukl u nun v Ma lie r, r.
117 ui unue- in in ii marsei. Kmns . r..:.-i
Tailorand having been carrying on the business
for seven xears in Poiieroy, have selected my
stook with a full knowledge of the wants of this
maraet loosing to substantial goods and chean
pnoea. . . ....... , , .'; . , . . r
My stoci eonsists of Press, Frock and Sack
Coats,- Pantaloons, - Vests, - Shirts, Undershirt,
Drawers, Fumishin? Goois. r.r.t. r.no T.t.
C. Also, a superior article of Tailor'a Shears
aim foinisj an article kept nowhere else tn Pome-
my..-, , i v . t. , (..'., f
The undersigned does tint 1 I it VOAAsiaovw
boast of the grest variety and cheapness of his
stock, He knows that
, - V-IHIIIUKVIVII Vi' (till
goods will tell more potently in their favor lhan
J iVf?MBIUuns woras to oe lovnd in Wslk
er and Webster, could say for them. He there
fore leaves it for others, whose stock needs to be
praised, to tell about the variety, goodness, and
cheapness of their goods. His goods speak for
themselves, as all cnmnnlAnt !n,lm.. ,,, ,i;.i-
a thaiL .L fl..i! . ". . : '
They are STRONG AND WELL MADE, and he"
lucicijr asas uiose wisning to
To call upon, him before buying elsewhere, as he
is confident ihe can sell them more Fashionable
. rurriiHHfl i inininv rhnn
.m ueiier uiotiiing at CHEAPER RATES than
umct caiaoiisnment m the county.
. wijlliam BRADING
Pomeroy, April 17, 1861. n28.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Chi
The Great Remedy for Consumption of the Lungs,
Pains or Weakness of the Breast or Lungs, and
other affections of the Pulmonary Organs.
JTWISTAR'S BALSAM OF WIT.TT Tr.Hunnv
miTCUuiia UI 1I1B l.ITer. flSTnmn. Krnnol,.li.
is a fine herbal medicine, composed chiefly of Wild
Cherry bark and the genuine Iceland Moss, (the
""p.iu cAcii)r iur una purpose,) tne
rare medical Airtries of which
by a new chemical process, with the extract of
iar mus rendering the whole compound the most
utiwuu aim cmuuuious-remeaies discovered for
vonsumpuon or the Longs.
InTESESTINF CoKRKSPONnrNrr TVr Willlnn. V
Banks, of Xenia, Ohio, a hiehlv rranpftnM AmJ.
gist in that delightful village, has informed us that
the sale. of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry is
unparalleled. The demand for it is so eager, that
he can scarcely keep himself supplied with it.
u m nis srore medicines for lung affec
tions. Some of these were esteemed irood. and
some gaTe temporary relief. But since he has had
Wistar's Balsam of Wildoherry, a number of the
It Ccacsl Whenever Wistar'a Bale, nf w;i,i
Cherry ia introduced, it at once attains thnt high
reputation which it so richly deserves. What can
prevent its sale, when on every hand can be wit
nessed its wonderful cures? The worst esses of
ftBinuia, recent ana dangerous coughs, (and also
those of long standing,) Bronchitis or Consump
tion, (in its early stages,) are always cured by this
3 Hereditary Consumption!
uureo Dy w istars balsam of Wild Cherry. The
following cure qf Jeremiah Isgrigg, of Consump
tion, (five of his brothers and sisters having died
of Consumption) is truly wonderful. Ought not
this urge the afflicted to make use of this health
Fu01g-Iemedy' When U " effectin8 cures like the
, i ; i-ieasantKidge, Hamilton Co., O., )
: k September 27, 1850. V '
. J. D. Patk DearSir: I take thelihertv nf
vising you of the benefit I have derived from the
i r. w istars Balsam of Wild Cherry. -1
was prostrated by that terrible scourue ConsumD-
tion, m May last. The attack was truly horrifvine
r i i i' , e A mmu' mY nroiners ana sisters,
had died of Consumption. I was afflicted with
nearly all the worst features of the disease; I had
a distressiug cougli, and expectorated great deal
o Dlood, hectic feAer, severe pains in the side and
Chest, COld Chills. altnrnatinr vrith fl.l...r u...
rw, . . ,.!. au.im ui ileal
i,u,iuub uigm sweats.
r,L It 7-, the care of skiUed- Pl'ysician,
trom the time I was taken .iw t;i
weeks since, being then about helpless, and my
mends considering my case hopeless, of at least
beyond the reach of my physician's skill, advised
the use orW star'n r w.iA A " . 7
AVithout my knowledge, my father procured it,
and commenced using it. I was able to be out and
oversee my business and labor, which I still con
tinue to do. 1 have taken four bottles of the me
aicine, and now consider myself weU. I make
this statement to induce others that are' afflicted
iArf'eAeen tomake trial of Wistar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry, which remedy has. under the
messing ot Providence restored my health.
. . JfcUEMlAH ISGRIGG.
Important to those afflicted with Hioiriaooti rf 41,a
lungs and breast. , WilL miracles never cease?
More evidence of i.U surpassing healA rtoratiye
From Dr. Baker, Springfield, Washington co. Ky7'?KS the tm which i fnSK
T ! -SPHiMiFiKUH Kir May 14, 1845. ? efKT wmpUiat, o-U.d Tio IWlwwi,
Messrs. Sanford & Porirl uva ftnB:
ty otyifyrming you 'of a jpost remarkablo cure
BalsjlJiofId Clterryew.-- t!iyizS
In reryear 1840 I w. taWtawuitK-'ri;. :..nJ.
3 l ooweis, wrsm luliored under tit
weBfe.when I traduatrteebvertfl. ' In lha
j. ,,.. V r rr-e( r-- io tiiuamu-
ui 101 i was attankr-d uTTfh a .A
seated itself upon my lungs, and for the si
vnree years I was confined tn mv hnrf Tin
v:j. . t ... r - .
miius ui uL-uicines Ann pvprv vonotv r.r ;i v,,;,i.
, , v, aiv. uu-
uenent; and thus I wenripri tnn mnii ,v,Q
of 1845, whea 1 heard of Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Vfiiuny. - - -, .. .,
' My friends nersunrVil 111P tn fflnA if atfnivfviat
though 1 had giveu up all hopes of recovery, and
bad prepared.. in van! f for
. j - m . - "mw vuBiiau v, auu kuvi
j It iv"t1 wu uuciiuouH, i was in
duced vs wake use of thn
ou nuq tneny.. ,m effect was truly aston
tshing.: ' . ----- - j t
after having gpent four or five hundred dollars to
no purpose,, and the best and most respectable
t.,ou;,aiis nan provea unavailing, l was soon
restored to-entire health by the blessing of God,
and. the use of Dr.. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
- May the blessinrs of rfm! rf
torsof so valuable a medicine as Wis tar Balsam
of Wild Cherry. Yours, respectfully, . .. .. ....
, . - W. H. BAKER.
i The genuine Wistar'a Rnlaam nf WiM nu
has a fao simile of the signature of Henry Wistar,
M, D. Philadelphia, and Sauford VnrV. k..
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 Soutli, and West,, to
whom all orders must be addressed. '- It is also sold
by the following persons: , '
D. Reed, Pomeroy; G. W Cooper & Co.', Ches
ter: John Frame. Cnolvilliv I n..rf i,
romt Pleasant j John Perkins, Athens; Maeuet 4
Naiet, GaUipolis; S. 8. Murray, WilkesTillej ti. J.
Payne, Porter. i .. . - r
I January 9, A.-jil6jnC:" ..
i ' UOCHlg ol ti Kiadu just received and
VJforsale at y -. , , :. . H. B. BMITH'8.
BLASTING POWDCIl2 kegs just
received on nmnmiaainn onil fur uk nnnn (l.o
cash nrinc.inlp. hv - " h" p cmitu
1 ' J u . ...LX 4 1,,
I7UFT JiAllUtLS Muakiugum Salt for
lY sale low for cash, by r SMITH.
f A WEWTY-riVEBarrels Curtis' best dab
X Cider for salo low 'to close, consignment, at
tlie (tore of
. " H. H. BIM1TH.' -
1 .EATlIEII-rKnner. Calf. Totinina.. Lin.
JLri'i;"d. Biwdinr sktnsi for-ssle at the atoref
decl'1860i "i ' JJ B, SMITH. .
COJLE I,EATIIElt.--A- rplendlff article pf "
J Oincwaett ri Hmtetk tsft fVr sale at J !
:-::e.r?.r '-J-- smith's.--
1 ' (ffu Jli& 1 ''7
rt the Remimii and Pemanwt Cnr 'oL.il! ' '
m m uw yoapriti waicts ar eaun4 by an lamlntf..
, , . wcuwra vt, asDMiuty eondiuoa M uia ' 1
! HKRTOVB TITBX.' -1 01 1
Thl twanllrul and eonvaatu't anilbtiu 'J .i.- Ur
pronouMed by diyinpl,hd phyiiclum, bottt la Eorop tat
n pvJW.r. M UAL,VAill9.l aiM MAONET1
Al. both la tnntM mnA -
lb Uailad aulas.
th mtit taluatlt mtHnttM tyctwn, ;
DR. CHRISTIE'S GALTANI0 ,: liELT
MAGNETIC PtUID. i
.tiv .i , . . . . . '
i' uitd with th mott ptrftot and eartaia tticcMa la aliaM
. OKREBAL. DBBliLITT,', ''f
Wrangthninr tha w.ilwntd body, giving toat lo (ha variona'
arrani i and Intlrnrttlng tbt aniir. itiUo. 'Atoo itt FITS.
CRAXfP, PARALYSIS aad tALSr, DYSPEPSIA ec INDU
OESTION, RH EDM ATISVL ACUTE tad CHRONIC, OOUT
CPILEPSy, LUMBAGO, DEAFNESS, NERVOUS Tliv
MOM, PALPITATION OF THE HEART, APOPLEX?;
NEURALGIA, PAINS hrtha SIDE and CHE8T, LIVTR
COMPLAINT, SPINAL COMPLAINT, and CURr"ATUR8
NLY8, DEFICIENCY OF NERVOUS aod PHYSICAL'
ENERGY, and .U NERVOUS DISEAJES, hloh mauiu.
arua Irom on tlmpla oaoM namtly, , . (
. X Dnuia;ement f thm -llwmiiijMM.t-'. :
ft- la NERVOTH COMPLAtNlg. Prugt and MadlcInM
Mirt,i1 dtMaic, far Uwy waakan tha Viul miv1m t! Ui
alraadr aroitratad lni) whila nodor tha ikreaglh.niur,
lira-givliig, vitalliing inluanea of Oalvaabn, u applied by
ui' baauUful and woadttful diaoovary, ta axbauiwd paUant
'f'twt''" ,nftnrl rr haalth, itraagUi 1
'""'J1'?. vumwuniv uinr.AU.a 01 th KID.
That aTMBi MAnlUvIl nA aiaallaaaa J
Or. Christie's Galvanic Curative.? !
lauliU ia tha fact that tbev arrat and ear diaaan btnii
:r.fflieHn, In pltc of th utnal mod ol drurrrni ind ;
phiioking th patian
undar lh Infliction.
till exUauiUd Natara linkt hopauialy
tf laa Hoti, fremttt tin ncritinu, and lair da tkt tlitklut
injury mdn my nrmMtlaiiCM. Sine thair introduction lar
Iba Uaitad SUtoa, only thra yaan aino, ar thin
nomaing an j
loluding all tOTanalaiiei and condition, an
larg numaktllfladie, wao ara peculiarly
i Complilmli, hava btan
amonc which war
:lj lubjeet to Nan
SNTIRULT AND PEHMANBNTLT CUBED,
whan all hop of ralitn had at an gln an, and arary tblna
alia been tried In aia t . .
To illuitrat tha on of th GALVANIC BELT, rappott
tha cm of a partoa afflicted with that baoa of olTilutUon,
DYSrEPSIA, or any other Chronic or Nerroue Diwrdr. Ja
ordinary eaMi, aUmnlanto ara takn, which, by thair actios a
th narru and aiuecl of th tomaoh, afl'ord imsemrv r
M, bat whlca laara In patient in a lower atata, and with in
Jund fucultiee, aflar lb action thua excited baa aaaad. Now
compare thla with th .t raeulUng from th applicatioa oi
th. GALVANIC BELT ..k. a Dy Wtio tnfl" t hi .
Uia wona ejrmptoma of an attack, and aimplr ti. th Salt
aronnd tha body, naing th MagMtJo Flnid ai directed. In
a abort period tn inaenaibl parapiration will act oa tha poai. ,
tir. .lmnt of th Belt, thereby earning a Galranie cireola
Uon which will peje oa to the oegalira, and tbenee back
again to th poaitfr, tha keeping up a oontianou Oalvanie
circulation throughout th ayatem. Thna the moat aever
o' DYSPEPSIA an PERMANENTLY CURED. A
EW DAYS IB OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO ERADI
CATE THE DISEASE Of YEARS.
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIALS
Of Umj moat TJndonbted Chaumetcr, ' .
f rom all parta of the Country could be glr.n, tuffleient t
111 arary eolnmn in tola paper! , .
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
which eonclualTely prorea that
Truth Is stranger than Fiction."
, CTJHK Of .
Rheumatism, Bronchitis and, Dyspepsia.
BEV. DR. LANDI3, A CLERGYMAN - .
f Nw Jeraey, of dlitingulahtd attainmanU and exalted n
- " SioaaT, New Jener, July 15, 184S
Da. A. H. Chuhtii Dear Sir I You wiih to know of ma
what baa been tha feault In aay own cue, of tha application
J THEOALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE ; tej, ,,
.,0rI.bon, '""'arI had been euflerlng from Dyam.
S?- .T! TV if VyP0"" b" woi, nor oouldTo!.
ih., ili'?li;f froyinaof medical treatm.i.t
wbatTr. About orln year alnce, In conaeqrenc Li
a-equonl eipoeure to the weather, in the dUcharir. 'of ai
mtuaat, which for year after year, cauaed ma indaacrihau
Wguuh. Farther, 'in the winter of 7n co
quence of nnaol,lng great deal in my own and tStTm
tie, which aoon became ao t- -i.r?J US'"
'"""u T p-wra, oor sty arraow nm act
rjy preitrotrd, and a my lronohiti. became w"
g that thea diaordara were conneotea- iih
tStourh th medium of th Noranna m
conneotea-uu, each other
phatmacODotia thar aeamed to ha ha mmiij v,..
m. In tk whole
oould reach and recuperet my Narrotu Syatem : ererr
Jung that I bad tried fcr thla purpoae had oompletefy mileo.'
At but I wa led by my friend, to examine your invention,
and (though with no vry aanguln hope of their efflaiencrT
I determined to try th effect of th application of tha OA I.
VANic BELT AND NECKLACE, with the MAGNETIC
FLUID. Thia wa in June, 1S4 To air eaaer areaia,
Muit, in two DAte t Dtarirau had oona j in iioht
datb Iwia auaLKD to aaiDUB mt futokil uaoaai aoa
h.ti I amoi omittw i binoli aciTica on account or THB
BaoncMiTia ad mt Rhidmatio Arraonon ha CRTiaau,
oE.atD t TaoueLa hi. Such ia the wonderful and hannr ra.
aulu of the experiment . . ,
! hare recommended the BELT and FLUID to many who
aare beea likewia auftering from Neuralgic afteetiena, They
ha, tried them, with lurrf aatULT, 1 aauara. in itih
i ajo, ueu air, vary reapectiuuy yonra, .
ROBERT W. LAN
GALVANIC . NECKLACE
la need for all complainU arfectlnr the Thnui n. u.j ......
aa BroochiUa, Inflammation of the Throat, Nenrooa and' Sick
Haailanlia), niaaituiaa nf lha U..J XT.. i .
DAO , ;' -)
AU phj-iieian acknowledge that, thrta terrible dieeaae
are cauaed by a itficiency of Kmmui Sntrffin the affected
Umba. Da. CaaiaTii'a OalTanio Artioitiawlil auppl thia
deficient power, and a complete and entire our. i thn
r foUowina; ia an axtraot frnn. )... '
Wi2h. 7 '...., yMOIWaVfjr'JWrMS v
jNh. afn,lie Fluid, for a aerioaa aftcWoW
2?'-S. 5V .that of a Ud, who N.T..
waa moth dim..i ..a i. rv "" -
ior general health poor. 1
ippUcation of tha Belt, but
1 It onlrrirht to tail r
but a tmm 3, wr"; e Belt andiain th. Fluid
aeyeral Tan. a"" f '"er thab for
D H . n tr rj r e n, vtTOay.
O A ET'Aln'"Bii-A
Art found of vut lenlra Ik..u r-jMLi
- - iinioi l
Jnaainodio CorapWnU, and g.nW NerrooTAnWSMJ f Jft'
Head and upper mtremitiet. AlaSin relay and Paralvalafh5
O wa wum wmtm W 1-49 QQQf, V'l
Tic Dolorem and Neiind&. jV
ineae oraaaiui ana eroniilnf oomplainU mimmt.V ,'
iVECBLACB AMD PuflB. Th Rlt JIA.h. .U. j,.ut
. . . - .X. " k..o jiai.1
It TP ,. . nu local enact, eat
the Fluid acta directly upon th affected nerr- In thee 43 -
treaainf anueUona th applicaUon NEVER FAUX . ,1
I FiT8 AND OONVUL8ION8.
Thaae alarming and terrible ooaiplaint an always 0a(
by a dmntmnl tkt Ntrva. fh Bblt, BaACTBiia
Fluid will cure nearly every cai, no natter how young at '
fcew eld the pabent, or how oonarmed tha oamplaint, - Jfa
araue and aatoniahing proof) ara in rtrianaatin i nt the sa
ariator . . ' .
' - i-- l s-c;a:.;,.
llTMany hundred Certificates ftomlF p'arfa rrf! :
the country of the most extraordinary haiaoter j
can be given, if required." ; : ., ...y t I
D"No trouble or inconvenience attends ahwroe T
of CR.CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC AHTiUL.SS.Asd
they may. be worn by the most feeble ani dsulcaa.
witn yenect ease -and safety. , It mang iftsesilK
sensation attendintr their Use i -hiirhi-ni.a.n
and agreeable. They can be sent'tn wun ,.- i
.. . Prices: ,, Jt
! inic "CCKiare, , l wrUolhtra.a-r .
The Galvanic Bracelets, ; - , tZ T'Ci? sR
1 he Magnetio Fluid,., ;, . . 1 ; Onfil-air-; ' '
! l ne articles are accompanied fcy-iull an4-tla4H "
directwns Pamphletf with full rtWJl?may
bached of tlie authorised Agent. Ja- Uv - 1
p-PaaTicutAji CauTioN.-Bawarerf CounLpTA
,.,?drJVSlH,,T "'"'talions. , lTe iaci
i VTl: P, FLEMING and D, REEri.lhieA
I rVlin"" u V A''''" ." "P '-'1! i.o'ffj
1 t cheap drug store,.' fcft