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prnm Ttf N.1 V.' Trifiiine.
jti tonwaM ibo culiuraMdf .Plttt tin in e
'"U'nlfe Stared Fe?'iiiWKplalfci on this
subject in ( our paper, coma partly right, oth
era entirely wrongr Jliavc cuUiVuieFJ.a,v
. , i n, he North )f. Ireland, for, &Wltet,if
Veurt and have alway taoi alilg M fcdmpete'
, wjip iue best Flax growm in, ilia, country.
Now iho exporieneo i hyu had in the cut -
turo of Fl )s gJvVb; rtl ilunk," "a iihor
ough knowledge of tilt, modo-lfctireaimeri
to be giv,n toiltni crop itj .'uriiVg togej- tlie
iargeai araotim aPj'ield from ttio land.' The
quantity oI Fins which nn acre' will yield
rlopendiin pcuinai inqes-j .Mud in a gorid
aia'te ftFjnJfw fl rjarj;"pay, whilst land
in an iJwdoba condition can lYeverpnYfe .
'. rhaiiuue& -0-coarvneas -wf Flaxau-
&nik$$'i9 'oaftirV Jdwn So-'fiiP
-jacre-CM ij;-iWH(ia lqpg.ooarte wp will
bar ibtTrca'uIti "if sows iblck yoi'r Fluat wiM
.be of.a fine quality, but--with -;i iiss-ylclJ
pet acre ihaAtii( iltiFowrFlBx. ,
depend btv,tb fiiipi)e9 wfthe.tsecd. Some
Ffox aced i a grtat dtaf :farJeV tVa'iP others,
..'("H 0- "secds jiv a bushef ( of
rcoara iseed niust bo from ohe-fourth to one-
tenth leal than of fine seed. Th'et'cfora the
.-.farmer moat take thcio things into consid
"i fraijyrj,-' jfJo" crop requlreg mbro; aiteutiob
rij none will pny bettor if rightly treated,
httl to do this the famie piusi bo - eXporN
xrnctd and to find expotijneolie must apply
to thoae tha t have it for counacl. But, if he
j cannot find any, lei him go . by the best of
J ht knowledge and every, year will Increase
rii skiii in tue aiatier. . . t lax requires wa
- tering trotn the time Is sown ,to tho time
, of drossing in order to treat in such a way
M to enable iho farmer to get ,jjrl, the flax
j without any loss. For instance after you
put your Flax Into water (and you ennnot
have good Flax without; watering) you must
water it daily qmll itjs fit to come out, for
t U rernains too long it will all scutch out
' in what we call low. ' If not wajurcd cnoueh
; it la alnivfit impossible to scu ch it. The
; ma may ho said with regard to the grass.
'.(,n&'W.n' ....... . . , . j
i no time lor pulling Flax in order that
you may have a large yield depends also on
circumstances ; some crops will stand until
i. tne flaxseed ripens, others must bo pulled
sooo after the seed bulls have shaped on the
.. alki (unless seed" bit the object ) ' I have
- otten. aeen the Veryi best cropspf Flax,
,7Jr0m .a of knowledge on ihe part ofthe
.' owner, turn out hardly enough to pay costs,
.;wiiai a experience roan can prjifit more
.-by ihe rerr poorest crop of Flax than any
otner.crop he can apw, . ,. tf ,
i Bui many of yo.ltr coumrymen complain
ilVat Jtheijtlaqd is po suited' for Flax. '.. Now
-?l ssjmstirh, f know of no other crop bet-
ler suircd to 'all kinds of soil. . There is
however some land that will disea?o Flax,
v' Tml n'ohe t,ihmk.'tliui' w ill ' not pav better
sown with Flax than nny other crop. I feel
T"fto be'rny.a'uiy, liavirig adopted ths as' my
JJjouniry, if there is any way In which I Can
Vbencfir lis cjiizcns 19 hiake h known. And 1
c.knnw wf no other way wherein my services
"rculd be d useful as the matter here spoken
of.' I should like id sell Instructions as to the
"raiifrtg ot ' Flax'for cash,' if there were any
willing to pay for them ; if not ( will give
"thjCrir grails td whoever may desire. If you
.ihink; these rentatk worth publishing vou
'hiity oo so. but I hopo you and your reader:
will make allowances for my blunders and
rjiKor'fattgt'iage; ' am a Paddyite, J,aiic
Iiom ni Island where there are uo toads and
nf SCollccei education is' itiichtv scahi'y
iti inure-iiameen HHowieuge tounu nnero
"H'knk li'aVirfng ftncf tnlent did im e.st, .
.jd'ii-.'w um fair, irery respectfully youw.-t
''l' "JOHN THORP.;
:S,;V'ttUBU.,;rrumbui 24? 1 85 1 . '
Flax Cottoh i UrkaT BsiTiiN. The
' London corrpiondeni -of iW Oomnierciul
'AdWrtirfer y offlaif Cotton '.!.,
',-;Tbe1,tmc. iit FUi vConcn manufiiciun d
' according w'the process of Chevalier Claua.
srH ltw in 'prifrem upon an extensfve
' lfi nl Bnidfijrd.in Yorkshire, and atCurk,
Viirelaito ( irg fnin mikc
. . . vi . i ''I:'-'.-fl.'
having eniereAweoiuaei. , iio, jirwcr
- iiiof.th earion by whhm PlaS Is adn
" jod for spuming upon eouo.n,,; wool, and silk
jnaculnory eoitsidts 'rf.ihe detruction of the
V p'anstTO power f tarbouic uOld gas. The
ilrif ;yf la, (tywevf.'r, is the removal of the
niinoustnaucr peculinr to thii' j-Tunt. ' This
j:'tflefdrt'loiling ir Ibf firVec.ltortrs" ih Wa
,(irl.'C'jniaiiitlig' 'nnii-half p'r. ceuu tif Cont
A,-mon Vodu, oftor whlcfc. it is dipped in vutr
''ilicbiti Vaci'dufuted,,', sulplric' aJ-,
' b ' - , .l . i.i.. : .
viafuii;r;Vjifi;cu'rbonuie of ,oda, and, bqjng
2 subsequently imrriontwl1 in " olutlon; of di-
'".. t ' ,', ., ,.i.".i.i....-r.i.:l.
takes pmu Wnicn causes me iputT ui wuu-u
'cieoi"8 1 UV-io 1V.;Pg '(Jgh'.'or n
pole 6fulng WW , :tiu.ngWj
bypo cbltJriUi of tfl4iaj jvheh ir Mtttamly
; f ri,,ir M5VS''---1
' Co;ion are now be ! j
rhtr'.frwatket' . " ....... . J.
. lfi;fln ii composed tosi.ht, wnen ui9 ma-
1 Vlitfhi expansive oina of cottony tex:ure, "ir..
SITERIFIfa SALE.- fly Tirtue of 4 writof Tend. !
bx? to bm directed by b Court of Common
Plena of Vinton county, I will offer at public tale
in Coalport.on the 13th day or Mayr 1861, between
the hours prescribed bylaw the following proper
ty, to-wik one double engiae and boilet and three
seta of mill slose i Landed 6o M the property of
O. W. T. Grant eL al at the luit of Hampton Smith
jAxCoJ .v ; M. W. COLLINS, .('
"1 May"!, 136l--n30w2 ' .'-''- " $1 00,; '
7 iSalc by order of Court. ' " i
Picas i the esse of Charles F.Tbomas vs. Thomas
McKeWn, to m directed, t will otter at paoue saie
111 vi VI I w wun iivum i ii a vi 1 t " , wot -m
fi-A Ai u Xu tS.11 ' rhAt4HfMn tMxinfthi'iireMch-
4be4by Jawt )h followiiig renW eatata.Htuwit: f jjot
Bmmber 180 ia the town of .Ponicroy. ApprtKd
atflOO,'"' r T '"M. HECKAKD,' ' I
:. i . v Bif..j BpeoialMasterinChaneery.:
May It 1851 B30wft
CHERIFFS SALB.By virtue 'of a wnt of
el vend, ex. to me directed by the Court of Com
n Pleas of Athens county, I will sell at pub-
lie saje. jn Coalport, on the 13th day of May, is&i,
kfitwpr-n tha linun nreanribed bv law. the follow
ing property, to-wifc one double engine aniflboUcr
and three sets of mill stones. Levied on as the
Dtoeerty IOWT Grant et. al.. at the suit of
llamptou Smith 4. Oo.
, . , ,f i . Jtt. . w . ,VL,L.iit, a. in. v. i
May1'!, I851na0w '' 1 00
' Sprin? Goods., .
1 K8T RECEIVED a fresh supply of seasonable
9j UUUils, which now maKes my stocit com
pleto, conf uting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard
ware. Quectuware, Iron Ware, Stone Ware, Hats,
"Cans. Boots, Shoes, Window Glass, Looking Glare-
j iiioexs.j .watcnea. inn, nana, sieei. w3,
ManiUa nqpes,' Uils, rwd, ,rrovisions,. i.ouon
Varus, Carpet Yarns, CarpcU, Mill Saws, White
Lime, flnster Paris, ato, otc.
n , . . . ,m H. REMINGTON,-:!
j i h! t . Cornet Lind and Front stteeta. j
rr-.Aprtt 17, -18fl.--n28w4. ,rij
. H. B. . jilQlasses and Sugar direct from New Or
Ip.ua. 'kv thi htia.Abl.: half bbl. ot retail. '"'
D. REKD'S VKIIG STORE.
b.. airKM TFUPORilll.r nCMOVCD TO
VII. ReminKtnn'a Warehouse, on Lind Street,
where Ve wUl'be happy to wait on his old friends
and euiitiimeri. and convince them that he is nei
ther burned out or drowned ouf, but has plenty to
supply all demands for articles m his line. ;
He expects to be at his old stand in anothef week,
with a new stock, in a new building. Be sure,
however, iu the meantime to call at the hayscales.
... r, , . , v. kb.hi;.
Poweroy, April 17, 1851.
KALSTdlTi STIVERS ;, ; ,
Tf 7"OULD INFORM their fiends that ?tboy
f f have survived the fire, ana are now hom
ing forth at their Warehouse on Second street,
where thev are rcceivine a fresh stock of GOODS.
to which they invite the attentioa df (heir friends
and customers. :.' i 1 i i hl. n'i
It may. not be necessary to remind those indebted,
to us that this is a great time of need, as all are
acquainted with our austortune. .-"A wow to me
Wise is sufficient,", ... ,: ii .
April 17, 1851 ii28tf. . , . , ; i ,
Olr John Franklin This brave Naviga-
O tor has not yet been found, and his wife mourns
because she has not his Daguerreotype useness
Alas! he nut it off until it was too late. '
Professor WooLtT has taken rooms at A Sted-
man's, in Middlcport, where he will remain but a
a few days, ready and happy to Wait on those who
may be so fortunate as to give him a call:
Prolbssor Woollt has just received from New
York the Electro Galvanico, which enables him to
take better Pictures than has ever been taken in
the West, and warranted to be inferior to none in
the world, and cheaper than any before.
Come on, while every thing is ready. Acloudy
day Is as good s any.
April 17, 1851 n28w3 '
UilEt riKF,! FIRE I
IIAVINO received a little shorter no
tice to vacate the premises, we formerly
occunied. than the law, in its humane operation,
allows, on the night of the late fire, we are now to
be found in Wm. H. Remington's building, one
door below his store. Having supplied ourselves
with all our missine articles, we are enabled to
furnish our customers at reduced prices. In addi
tion to our orcsent stock we have made arrange-
ments with an eastern importing house to supply
us with the latest importations ot drugs at impor
ters prices, and will receive, in a few weeks, e
very large and extensive invoice of Fresh Drugs,
Chemicals, Bajsln's (formerly) Roussell'p) Perfu
mery, new Chemical Preparations, Instruments,
Fine Drugs, and Scarce Preparations, never be
fore brought to this market. We will supply
Physicians and Merchants at a deduction of twen
ty per cent on rliafrbflls'prfrrWer purchases in
this place, or St tlie 'Cfrcula'r Prices" of any re
sponsible" Pittsburgh t CirttiTiriattr HoBsm We
wartant 'bur drugs to-bo of first qualityaifd-en-tircly
pure; coming di&ctiy from : Under t)i Dnig
Inspector's hands .there is no .possibje clian.ee for
their aflulteration.' Call and see'whaf Ch (Terence
there if mthe quality of drugs andscertaitrour
prices. " J.- P. FLEMING, DrnggiBK
milSi'l'AXfJ 1.IM11VI ENT.
. Wa have hist been informed, -by letter, that a
counterfeit of this valuable Liniment made its ap
pearance in Cinoinuati some time, since. : People
must be, on their guard. "' The proprietor has but
one agency in Meigs county thatja at the chtfap
drugstore of" .h FLEMING, i.
SODA--0uly' iO'.cta. pr'lb. , IacrediMc,T ;Tes
it's a fact thatiriine- -Sapcrcaib, .Soda, 'in
the original Liverpool )jajcKagei. Sugh' as you have
been paying 1.6 and 37- pr Jbfol, is selling at the
cheap cash drug store, ip fiemington's brnldlrigjat
10 ls pr lb.-4ess UiiaB.wesUiB tufets, caii pur
chase it at wholesale.1' Buyme out goods for cash
enables 'tis to" sell drugs ?t .-oui-fonrionprwes in
Caliipolis. which, jde.sucli'i astonishing tfiscjo-
J.' P.-FI;bMlNej I
countl tvloWfoVrteTif rtfeNloor of the
coi?t jjuso'of iafd teiurity;. on ; t W WUhy
orrund, to wit; 1 2 1 f jfe-reavtiaiit'ienJ of 262
rango. I1it said,. county ,r (Urjertd ,iq be
sold as the pri'pettjpvxiM arali M (Juirc, and
others, ' at the ufrl5iujih Touro. Ap
praised at 8365. ,J,;'..",' 'Vi
. - tu'. tnuiv ... 1
. ., ; , iu ;uter voni. m Chancery al tj j
May J, 1851. i.30w5.V . . $1.6. i
By 1 irtue of a decree of
i.f Unnmoii Plena of. Meigs
county, I, wilt offer for sale at ihe door of
tho coiiri-bouso tf iatd county, on tho 3d
day .of Juno iicxt.' tho , fullowing tuts in the
town of Pomeroy, in said couiuy, to-wit:
lot 220 and lot 221.-! Ordered u bo sold as
tlio prbpt riy'of Dftni't-lhaw:, ai ' ihe suit of
jtlirain and .Austin ruller Executors of Ro
solved Fuller deod., appraised at $3250. .
' i Vw':.,!;..TII..RVIN,:.'
" ! Master Com; in Chancery M.C.
May. I,, 1851 ii30w5. $ 1.50. ;
rtUHLIC SALE. By-viruio of a decree
jf of tho court of common pleus of Meig
county, 1, 4111, ort'et- for ... at the door o(
tho court house, In . Pomeroy oifi the 3d vJay
of June m xt, the following parcel of land
to.wii: iho lotlth west 'pun of fraction C.
section l5,township 9, hnd range 15 con
mining 70 acres, being the farm on -which
Georgu Wood resides. Ordered Id be sold
us the property of George Wood al the suit
of W m. "McDowell. Appraised ai , $3 por
aero. ij.r 1 i 1 . ,7 '...(, ;..-! j
,w i.-r,- 1,. .. ',.. ;tff TIIjJRVINo!
MnsterCnm. in Chancery M. Cm
Mtiy i:.lCgl noaOwov; 1 ft '50.. j
BV virtue t If wit 6f vend. ex.. to me directed
by the Court bf Common Pleas of Meiracoun
ty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the
J. , . 1 . i. ' m Y . . jj. C .1
UOtiri noUBC in romnroj, uirne tirei nay OLne
next, term 01 saiu uourv oerween' tue nours pre
scribed by law, the following real estate, to-wit:
The westerly half of lot nurmVr one hundred and
(tiirWn fllSl irt1 the town of Pomerov. LavieI
on as the property James Murphy at the suit of
tiarles a. riiroy tct tao use or rasmas n. ksuo-dt--t.
- - -'' - '' " " '
-i M.' Wj CCLXiys, s. . c. 1
Hz I, lSJt-nSCwS i ' 1 40 I
HERIFJ SAUl2.r-ByvjBue of pwrit ofi
fi, fa. ct lev. a. to no difectoU by Vh"
Courv i.f Common Pleas . of Meigs qpbHiy.
Ohio,! will offer fiMrsalo at tha door cl itic
Courthouse, in Porwroy, on the fiisi day of
ihe Bexi. term .of, the court of CommoD
Pleas for said -cuurwv.; beiweeri:jtr.e bqurs
prescribed by-law? the following real eatate.1
to wii : twenty feet by one hunureo teei on
of Joi No. 2,'itt the, town of Pomeroy; Svtth
the appurtenances, bounded, as. .follows? be
ginning at'ihesouih easterly corner of a lot
owned, by tiiglbliardstltence westerly ' iuu
fcet along smil JSnglebnrda linpi-tnencew
feet in a southerly direction, ihence' lOO.frei
nnrallol . with iho' firs mentioned line to
Sprirg street, thence 20 feet to the place of
beginning ,, Iho , property ot r-rasius a
Robinson., . At ura suit of John M. Strlder
Annraiscd al $260. -' .. U 1
r' M.w. COLLINS, s
May 1, 1851. 30:5t "
MOTICE is hereby given thai there, will
IOTICE is hereby given-thai.'
. ' 1 .11
S 3 1,p Winiob rronie'd 16 Xhe tJommls-
sioners.cT Meigs county, at their next.rrieot
ing, foi 'an alteration of a'cerialn port of iho
roud leading froiii ; Uruhains' Raii6n! down
towards. Bowman's. run; said alteration to
r immpnrn at nr near Guorff'e WolPs bouse,
east of. Peter yoir barn.'tlienco dowrfon
the 'southwest side 'of Peter '.,Wolf, barn
and house,.oit iha risQ, of, Bron,d.unnng
down, across Poier VolCs Jot .aBd Jpseph
Wolfs lott so aaio cross the iun: opposite
JosepV VVolC houso, thence across John
Wolfs lot and Isaao Runnels' .lonoear tlip
house isow.tccupled by' Thomas Wllcxn,:
ihenco'Sown on tho rise, close' aaraciico
ble "the southwest sldoPAdiS HafpoW's
orchard, on the loi hdw'occupied by' Philip
Harpold, ilichce lo continue Jonv 'the rise
running down across said lot so as"; (o Vntfer
inM iho rnml nnw in -Dsn nl or near a rise
in the road a fewroda east ol iMrnomh
of the lano on the line between Adam Har-
pold's lot and Luther Donalsonls Ipt . j ;
May 22d; 1851." r:; j
O HEEflFF'S SALE. By virtue of -a-pU pi. vend.
O ex. to me directed' by the Court of Coaunon
Pleas of Meigs county,- Ohio, I will offer for sale
at the door of th caurt-liouse in'Pomeroy, on the
first day of the next term of said Court, between
the hours, prescribed., by, law. the following teal
i.. . ..wi 'nM.nlJi ..L.
more or less, beinK the north part of the west half
of iectionenr4owneight.range .fifteen, Ohio
Company's PurchaBei Sold as the property of Sam
uel and Nathan Perkins, at the suit of William
Ledlie for the use of Milton Walker. " Appraised
at t700.- ' i ?:. " ' f n
. . M. W COLLINS, s. m.c.
'-Mayl, 1851 n30w5 83 00
fJB. S- Oi HOWE'S wnti
SHAKER SAB SAP ARIL LA
riUlK Great Spring and Summer Medicine.--1
Proof. More evidence... Read it. It is froiii
a young lady residing in our city. ,
J. , .: CERTIFICATE. -- -- - -
- i Cincinnati, Feb 71 a; 185 F.
This is to certify that my sister; Mary Ci Belrnon,
was attacked with a disease in her hip more than
three years ago, whichjendered her so utterly help
less that she was compiled to keen her 'bed.-- All
hopes of her recoverp were despaired of. . Some of
the most eminent physicians of Covineton and Cin
cinnati attended her, all of whom declared her
case a hooeless one. Passing bv Dr. Howe's des
pot, an idea Suggested itself, that to ry one bottle
of his Shaker Sarsaparilla 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 no pain, can walk, and has the entire use
of her limbs. To Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla we
attribute this effective cure. It is but a few raonjhs
since she commenced taking it. '"' ' ""f
(Signed) ... .5 it .41 li ; I. -C BELMAIT.
! . . ( ;, ;:. -t . rCinoiruiati Daily Commercial
Remember thia wondeiful nd astoniahinff cure
was effected by the Use, ofthree bottles only of
Dr. d. U. How's Bhaker Bsrsaparuia, we urcai
Cn . n.l 0.., lfA.i:.lHA .... J ;-
' BEAR IN MIND ' '
It is the onlv Sarsaparilla that acts upon the liver1
kidneys and blood at the samp time, which jeaders
it altogether more valuable to every opp, particu
larly remaies. t.-.v'int'l 01 n
Dr. MuRsey, professor in the Ohio Medical Col
lege, says the Shaker preparations are truly valua-
hll nn.l rpi.nmmpn.tfl thpm in IhAmililiA -
No Mercury no Mineral no PoisonoftsDrigs
lnineonaKerbaisftpariiia. , . . v
. . REMEMBER - -
It is Warranted to be " .
PURELY AND ENTIRELY VEGETABLE, 1
and as a family medicine ithasnoeoual' "-j (
' Be sure you envulre for S. D. Howe's Shaker
J barsnparilla, vnd take no other. . j, . . ,.
Quart bottles fl per bottle: six bottles for 5.
For sale by D.. Reed, Pomtroyi Macuct dc Naret
Gallipolisj McVeyei Co'.r'Portwhouth.Diiiojgnd
by by Dr. S. D. Howe, No. 1 College Hall, Cincin
nati, Ohio, to whom all orders must be addressed
RIIIFJLDARFER HOUSE, ' t rout
Street, Pomeroy, Ohio. Tho sub
scriber has fitted 4ip a large andeommodiom house
near the Steamboat Landing, where be is ready
and prepared at all times to accommodate, the
traveling public. His house is comfortable and
fnrniture entirely new is prepared to occoiiimo
date s large number of boarders, and rooms can be
had tor private lanulies on . the most reasonable
termti 'if -r.i.; .i
He thinks from the long experientaHllat bchai
had in the business he can give general satisfac
tion. . His table stall at sll tiipes.be furnished with
the best that the market affords... , ,
, naceaee wui Da conveyea to and irom the steam.
boats free of charge.- A csref ul and attentive Port
ter will at SU times be ready to wait "upon the Irav-
enng puDito wunineir Daggage.
,, t, ,,: FaB. RIHELDARFJ6R,"
. Pomeroy, December 13, 1850. nl2m6 , 1 1
rEWTtEMElfS DRESS GOODSi-
1 He subscriber has Just received snd is- now
openestthe finest assortment of 6 etatlamen's iT)rp
Goods to be found in the city of Pomeroy, wliu: h he
oners 10 sett and make tip when required, into the
mosi lasmonaDic garments, at the lowest prices,--His
stock consists ofthe following articles: ? f f !
- Black, Brown and Olive Cloths; Black. Doeskfn,
Fancy and PlairJ Cnssinn-ros; Black Satin; Brown,
mack and" tsteel-Mrxe Kirt neri: VvMnn.)
Jeansj PJaid Cmvata; Black Italian.-Do. ; Fancy
Silk Neck Ties; Black Cloth Caps, Navy do; Net
uuuuauu urawern; ousp-naers, oco.-ete. v i
Don't forgot the place Briti'inir'j New Clothing
Depot: t. . , .WILLIAM BRAD1NQ. (
BOUNTY. 1VA10.--For those who served in
the War of 1812 with Great Britainor nnv ofthe
Indian." I have received a copy ofthtf lute Act of
wngress, passed bcpteinber 28,i I860,; granting
Bounty laud, &c, and am prepared ti procure
lands uuder the provisions of said, J l,.. ., j
. Those dusirini! iufonnnlir.n pfinrrni,i,
rights to lands can be informed1 by application to
we.- iiu tuanKc wui uc uiauu except in cases pro
ving successful, mwl'iu such charges will be reason
able. ' 1 .
r pO THE CREDITORS of the estate of H W Hy
' I .' sell, dee'd. The subscriber has hpn annum
ed and qualified by the Court of Common Pleas of
Meigs county a chnnnisKioner on the estate of H W
nyscll, dec d, represented msolvent 'iThe pferiod
of six months from the date of this notice is allow
ed creditors to brirtgjn and prove their claims
against said estate. - The subscriber will attend to
the duties of his appointment at his lekidenoe in
Sheffield, Meigs : aiiunty, Ohio, for the snirt Timi
Uif .it nmnfl.. ' ' ' "' U- IJ A Minn,, . .. .
hs. BRADBURY. Adm ,
I mke Notlre-AlI persons Indebted lo he
I ; subscriber e'rd' Wiqueste to 'call andletle
by or before the first day of May next1- 'As he is
determined to Square tip all accounts as :soon s
possible, we shall do well Id settle. 1 1 ..-i, . ,
If we cannot pny let us settle, snd see hayr We
stand. We can do it agreatdealeaSieramt uick-
er than .ny.JusUce; of. the eacphejtato of
N BAVood assortment of BOOTS At sfiiiri:
on luwa and fpr, tale by tho subscriber, Cnuat
stree, Ponwoy. . - . DANIEL FUNAGIN. T
rmwy. April J.7, 186t-n28w3 ,., ,f "..1
COAL 8T VE9-f he celebrated Enterprise
N..t,:C and 1. Call and act! taeat.i f I !
MH-'-i SMITH'S I.
To nr Friends bhA &iptimen$ i
WE thus eeg leave, .to inform you and tnro
your kinduess our and yoar friendsef your
neiehborhond and cl.where not forROttiiiR our
eueuiies if any there ie bat-we ir uow leceiV.
inv'direet from Now Oiltaimand the eastern cjties
a Fresh Stock f uroeencs, wmcn we
are-Bowoffttiing for s .le at wow No fi, Front street,
Portsmouth, Ohio, and uavo thadii snaagemenUto
be be supplied during th s.:on from same places.
Ourstoo wiU at UaesiCjauiriBj,v'''"jB
rotheGroeary in.t, ( flfii -. - I.
ini,Mi.k;. the n.itrnf nurchasing and in now
offerinurfol3lor sale, frankly confess that
we. have beea .and sU are directed mainly by a
desirete pjprjote -our .ow iBtrestii-et it wot
aevortbeleiwaffurd us greitt pleasure to accommd-.
date onr friends to- the tuyest, ewny wu . u
regard for their and ouriitWuay.scm.tq.did-
tate. .,,.;',.,. nl4.!; -t i.tvM
Th. .n1 .file timn. 'cneau,- -cnetu-
y th.n, . MtiMt' we ausiaiu irom
i ..U.n..VT.U , - . . , "
using, leavhig tootherafless modest men than out
selves) to denva all thp atlvantagos tha an inteiu-J
gent ooumniiuty may apneede to uus sinu oi poaos-
?.r,,!0iuis..,.; ,..(.,.,') V.-,;w, -ia. l
Wholesale Orocert and Dealers in Rectified Whis
key. Foreiirn and Domestic Liquors, 1 -iii '.
Wo. 6, Front St., Portsmouth, Ohio
1 inmr.-40Q. hhdsPrime.e'w Orleans Suear.
O , oa.hand and for sale low br " "
' '- --r - UAKK8 tt HLSMIiS.
lasses 400 bMs new cropi on
0AKE8 A BUSKIRK
bio DofXee--300 Bags' superojftrt4cle---juat
Xt received and for sale.at No 6.,;.-,.. r r i
...'-, OAKES i BUSKIRK.
IVo 6 uguin&t the Vorf3T
TTOR eo-od articea atow tirices.
.sr-i v 5 OAKES & BUSKIRK- i
ITUiH Aasortimient We are now -receiving
laree additions to our stock of Groceries.
which we are selling Very low for cash;' Come and
examine for yourselves. m u a.r.Tii,
ji -.;, . . :. GHKES BUSR1KK
C hot. Powder and Lead 120 bags Shot.
O 20 kegs Powder Dupont's best;' 2000 Bars
Lead- , . For sale at No 6,
r ieasJn chests, half chests, and. quarters;
j iresn arucies. ror sale tow. uy ,T r
..r. TAKKS or BUoKlHK.
Qioapand Caudlea-tA good article of both,
on tana ina for sale low by the box. ; .
,M Mon-.Vi J0AKB8 4c SU8KIRK.
ITIoor Always on h
i hand and for sale by
1.. . OAKES 4 BUSKIRK.
ourbou Whiskey 20 Bbls. on hand,
irom one 10 ten years old, tor sate at no t. 1
r I obaeeo-r20 Fine Virginia Leaf;;
1 t J
. .. in -Ha MiKsmin am
L,'i;r 10 ' do,'' Virginia, Fives; ' . ? 8
rrt';t 151 idoii Missouri Twelves; -'- s
1 ..... v m , . 20 Ken Ky. Si9 Twists ;i -1 ,
Received from the manufacturers, and for sale low
at Wo 6. ; :.-,. IMKUS at ttusrviuri.
ectifled Whiskey From 100 to 500 bar-
rels, always on hand and tor sale low at w 0 0.
'. .iKKS & HUStvlKri.
1 lauors-BrandV, "Wine, Gin, Rum, etc
M-J both Foreign and Domestic, on hand and fur
saleatNO 6. !:-: t UAKhS BU&rviKrv.
II. Molasses 20 Barrels und 10 half bar-
rels, for gale by , . .
. ' v" .'" OAKES & BUSKIRK.'
O ye Whiskey--50 Barrels Old Rye, for sale
Y at No 6. ' OAKES ft BUSKIRK.
""ar, Pitch and Oakum on hand and
for sale at No 0 by
OAKES ft BUSKIRK.
C.lgars 20 Boxes Fine Principes;
) 10 Boxes Canones; ,
15 ' do' Fine Havanna; - - '
.3 60.000 Half SDanishi '
10,000 Common; on hand and for sale low
by .J1-OAKES & ' BUSKIRK
Meigs Common Ple.is In Chaueery.
Aumra E. 'Wood, by her
': next friend 3s". Norwood,
.Tnntinn Wnoi?.- '
Petition for Divorce
'- THE Said Joshua Wood is hrruby notified, (iiai
on the 24th day of March A D 1861, Almira
Wood,' of the said county of Meigs, filed in the
Court' bf Common Ph-as in the county of Meigs
and State of Ohio, a bill in chancery nerftmst the
sajd Joshua Wood. The object and prayer of
which Bill is, that the said Court may 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
be decreed to pay to the suid complainant a rea
sonable alimony lor tier maintenance ana support.
" Ana the said Joshua Wood is further notified,
that unless he appears and lilends, answers or de
murs to said bill, before the next term of said court,
the said Almira E Wood will, on the first day of the
next temi thereof, or as soon thereafter as counsel
can lie heard, apply to said court to hear the evi
ilence in said case, a nd to decree thereon according
to the prayer of said Bill.
V ' ' :.. " J- BRADBURY,
" Solicitor for Complainant.
April 34, 1851 n29wfl - ; '. $5 25,.
IQciirs Common ricus In Chancery
Euhu HStedman and wile, ) . . .
v-.;-.s .4 t.j . - , Petition for Partition
Seth Pratt et al.. .' ) - ; . -
O ETH PRATT and Nancy G Pratt his wife, Mad
kj ison Elliott, Sumner Elliott, Marian Branch,
Julis Branch, Elizabeth Torrance; Harvey P Fcnn
and Lucy Fenn his wife, lilihu Robinson and Ellen
Robinson will take notice thnt a petition was filed
against them on the 2'2A day of April A D 1851, in
the Court oj Common Pleas of Meigs county," by
Euhu H Stedinan and Aurdine SI Medman his wife,
and is now pending, wherein the said Elihu HSted
man and wife demand partition of the following
real, estate, to-wit: htghty-two feet oil tue north
end' of Lot No. 15, in the town of Coalport; and
that at the next term of said Court application will
be made by the suid Elihu 11 Stedinan and Adaline
M Stedman his wile I or' a a older that partition may
be made ot said premises. '
' ''' J. BRADBURY, " '
I t 'j' f. -e. ' Attorney for Petitioners.
' Apr'1 U' 1851 n29wft. ... . (f3 60. ' ' -
UAtXr-BOO bushels shelled Corn, in bbls.
. -. .300. " Oats in Sacks; ... . ;
. . . ,m . V(, f10 ,otlltoes. '
;.) (.'-"-'i , joo Dri.-d Apples ft Peaches;
': e " - j-f 300 lbs. Tullow in casks. '
. - We;, now offer the above j,;aiu by U,e quantity
It, is all iu firm order and the bext .qiinlitv. -.
April 17, '1851.; niPi &. 15IIO.
Ll'MK!::: BM-ad Lumber; ..
"' '. x Sheeting Boards;
Sawed Lath. 1- '
For sale verv low for cash by -April
IT, j!-'-:,- ' .'- TIITU A IUIO.
COOUl.ii bTOVi;-One Second' haild
Cooking Sieve Picmiuin No 1, for sale very
low by .- llliliU & bltu.
- April 17,' m.
I invite th.
nl ion of Country Merchants to
JL lnyitock of Notions and Fancy Goods, which
can be Bold at low prices and on reasonable terms,
consisting 'in partof t lie following articlesi-
600 pieces Bonnet, Cap and Tadota Ribbomt; " :
500 doe Tuck, Side, iJressing ami fine ComLv ;
800 White and colored Spool Thread -' -. j
100 lbi.v ,,. ... ,. " . keitt. dot f,rt - '
100 " Black assorted Patent, ; 1 do . . - i
100 doz. Artificial Flowers; ".'! - ' I
tOO""Etcinentarr SpcllingUooksr;"' 7 .
200 " , Gum Suspenders; ' "' c' "."'( j. ,
200 Gross Hooks and Eyes; - ..".V.L.J ,-.
3Q0 1..." Pearland AfiataSlviruttons;. .... H i
600 Coatand Punt 1 do
600 M. riain and Ribbed Peioussion Caps; ''.
.60. Rockwell 4. Son and Bates' Needles; , j
60 doc Men's. Cotton and Lisle Thread Gloves;
20 ' Berlin Lined and Wool Gloves; "'..;' j
CO. ''. Ladies' Lisle Thread arfd Cotton do v f t
, 20;'.i; Kid snd Silk v. .,, hl,o do, (J j
.26. MiliUiry.ShaviuK Soapi 1 .... ..1 i
.t 9.i 5'r.iRttSors; 1 .., .,.'1 n, wmtt JwnJ 1
.,aowj?.Mothesana iiiu,iusues -u, ,-.u ja i
60 j" Shaded Comforts;, 1 ,,'t v.t ri . !
100 Mclaue's Celcbta(ed Vermifuge unflPiysj
.60 packs I'insi y, .. . -f V, '.'( ; 4i j
Laces, Jtdgings, Fringes snd Plaid .Grecianettuj,., I
i;SUk an! Wpretcdafe Jjindipgsi Silaea4
and Twist, die. &c. - .1 1
- h.;-; uV .;:'.;. 8. TOWARDS. ,
Pomeroy, April 17jl85i...r , ' & r t', " :
r man's Drops, 5 cU prbot. at FLEluNGfe. I
rpWESTV-FIVE BusheU Shoe Pegs, esf
-I torted ixe, from the bcst.factot? itttJuj Vni-
DIILM, ivi nil l
THE UNDERSIGNED, hate w receirertrtheir
-stock of Spring end Summer GOODS, con
sisting in art as follows: ' - '
200 pes. Prints the newest and most fashionable
- " styles; ' ' - - '
45- 'Furniture Chint very rich; "J'SVi'S' ,
24..-. 'i ' Satinette. EmuneXloih, Caimiree. and
. .: TCcrsevs.: V: . J " ' ' u !
55 " "Kontucky ieans,' various" colors; V- .
25 J ' Blue Black, Figured and Col'd Alpacas;
20 " eastern Linseys, or various colors;
M New style Qmfmu amtil
200 bolU Brown MusUn, 4-4 beslj , ., i
100.'. ". 3-4cheapCrH,
25 pes.; Flannels; all otrtorsr .rf: rnmti.l
50 " Bleached Muslins, all pnoes;. , . -r
Blqacbed and Brown Drills! and Canton FlaaaeU;
Anion Checks and Check Shirtinest . . ..
ShawlsIlubct W00L Silk Embtoidntul It .Plaid;
Cashmere and D'Lane' yresa Goods, very hand-
If): eases Ht and Caps, New -eiyles;!: A !
l.'nihrpllaj. Darnat Mnira and Snlr.hls: X - . t '
JaconetsCnmbrioksBook, Swiss di Mul Mnsfins;
. r.v saddlery Findings) ., : ,;
Saddle Trees and Buggy Harness
Oil ul (lua Ufltti4 f o O .I yjt,
Pstent Dash Leather and Coach Laijr v-' v
Harness TreesWew style p .- . -1 '
Carpet Bag Frames and Trunk Locks; ...
BitckleS, Biidlatlirtsana btirrupii ff -,-Rein
Snstw, Terrets and Water Hooks; . -v
Spurs, Saddle Plush and Strain Webb; , -j st
Harness and- Martingale Kings)
Bridle and SM-Thiea& andSiltU-bi . . f
Strain Web aud Girthincr . nnt.r V- .1 , - v '
Saddler's Needles; Awls, Punches and Hammers;
lrjnuj tr : 1 f : rnu. t. '
raa oerewsispai, anajwaiw iiauv. , . I
Baggy and CaWiago Springs and 'Dash Frame;! :
Curtain Cloth and LeatUeri sir;i (
And every other article in Saddlers'., Jine. )
' Hardware. j
60 different kinds of Locks and Latches: . , , I
All kinds bf Chisels and Plant Bittt i ' il t
All kiridsof Augers and Bittaj' wic ,!).:. - j
Ail kinds of SawSets and Gunbletsj.rt , '
Mill, Soroll. and Hand Saws; .. r . ..:
Tenon, Circular and Key Hole SawS; "'.';
wooa and Biiieisnws; ' ' 1 H" :"l .
nroauana Hand Axes; ''"f va.vt t,;:i
Hinges, Bnrewfranct Finishing Nails; j
oraces. vu btones ana.nuies;, .., , , ...
Shoe Hammers and Peg Floats and.Pdnches! .
Shutter and Window Fastenings; " '-! ''
Bed Screws and Castors all kinds'!- !4
Sash and screw aim-Pnllieen SS -nrl
Braskalid MahoganyKnobsMji'r'j.j f- ,-.
AnviiRj Vices and Screw plates; ,, '
Bellows' and Sled3e Hammers,' '' . l:1
And a great variety other-artieles in this lino.
Boots and Shoes.
- 6 cases Men's, Boys, and Children's Boots; (
,3f ".'' Women's heavy hootees and buskins;
2 Children's " shoes, best article!
2 Misses bootees and Shoes; a sup. article;
' 0 poz. Ladies' Calf and seal bootees and buskins.
lOv ('- Infant and Chhildren's small shoes sup
10 " Ladies and Masses Kid Slipper,, and thick
' " ' AA Bluiaa '' ' ' ' ' - ':
? We especially invite the public to call and ex
amine our stock. ' We have now the largesj and
best selected stock, we have ever hud; and .many
very fine articles sueh as have not been ke.pt in
Pomeroy hetore. i
, We are prepared to filfany orders either Whole.
sale or Retail on very reasonable terms. T
- ., v '- T - REED dt BROTHER,
Pomeroy, April 17 1851. n28tf...;
I "VR. OUSOTT'S I1TIPROVED EX
J TRACT OF YELLOW DOCK
SARSAPARILEA, put up in the. largest
sized bottles, contains more of the pure Honduras
jicaUy combined with th- 5Tci m
, the Extract of Wild Cherry, and
which is chemici
the Balsam of Fir, thus making the remedy more
thoroughly "efficient than any other Sarsaparilla
before the public. At the same time it is perfect
ly free from all mineral poisons, which cannot be
said ot any . other 01 the barsnparilla compounds.
The invalids should beware of poisons. Mercury,
Iron, Quinine, Potash, Iodine, Sulphur, Arsenic,
and mauy other mineral and metallic poisons, en
ter into, and form the active basis of most of the
Sarsaparillas and Panaceas of the day. Guysott's
Compound Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapa
rilla docs not contain a partiole of these substan
ces; as anyone can ascertain by applying the ne
cessary tests. ' ' V J - ' ; " ' "'f
These poisons may occasionally remove the dis
ease, but they so vitiate the blood and completely
impregnate the whole system, with their baneful
effects, that tho first cold, or the first attack of dis
ease, prostrates the patient's strength, and sub
jects hiin or her to the most excrutiating torture,
aud renders another cure almost impossible and
hoDclest. ' Let all poisonous Sarsaparilla prepara
tions alone and use Guysott's Improved Extract of
Sarsaparilla, which is thoroughly efficacious, per
fectly harmless, and purely vegetable. AH kinds
of disease yield to its genial iufiuence.
The following is an extract, of a letter dated
March 27, 1850, from E. B. Perkins, M. D., a high
ly respectable physician of Marietta, Ohio: :
John Pak Dear Sir: I have under my care a
young woman who, for sixteen years, has been
suffering from Ulcerated Limbs, snd whose case
has been pronounced hopeless by three of our best
physicians. 1 took her into my liumiy, and have
used Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla free
ly, and am confident that the Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla will 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
pain. 'A year ago she used crutches.-. I will re
port the case in due time. Very respaetfully, '"' ,
' ' . ' -- ;' E. B. BERKINS.:
' ttTNonegennineunlcssputup in large bottles,
containing a quart, and name of the Syrup Mowed
in the pluss, with the written signature; 81 F.
Bennett, on the outside wrapper. . ' "'
ItrPrice $1 par bottle; or six bottles for $5 i
' Sold by ; J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio. ;
Northeast corner of Fourth and Walnut sis. en
trance on Yv'iiluut Nt. to whom all orders must be
artdre-wed. - It is also sold by the following persons:
. D. REED, Pomeroy. . .- . ; j
-. O. W. COOPER k CO., Chester., ; ,v .. '
.. . j; CAI'EIIAKT & CO., Point Pleasant, :
' JOIlNf FRAME, Coolville. '' ' ' !' 1 .
JOHN PKHKINS, Athens. ' ' "
- MAUUET & NARET, Gullipolis.
S. S. MURRAY, Wilkesvillc.
J. G. BYRNE, Pnrter. . - - , ,
17 ick.1 ..oa ' .i - 4 ,
THE subscriber bus been appointed acnt for
thesultj of the celebrated works; medicines
and Instruments of Dr. Fitoh, vis: j. w'-i
:. :.- Six lecture .j.t,i
on the cause,., treatment, and 'perniaiien ottrc.f
Consumption. . " ., , . .t '
. Silver-plated iijrportci's,"r:o' i,
Pa tent Steel Springs, Shouider Braces, Silver Ex
haling Tubes.' a r.- k. j n f;rntr '
.. ;, 1' Blcdiclncs, ,
Including Pulmonary Bainnm, Pectoral Expecto
rant,, Pure Medical Cod Liver Oil, Pulmonary
Liniment, Heart Conector, Humor Corrector, Der'
purative Syrup Anti-Dyspeptio Mixture, Cathar
tio.Pills, Cholera and C'tlio Specific Vermifuge,;
to. Ao. 'va---- !''' 1
The above ,orm the system of treatifieut of Pul-'
"monary" Consumption, Asthma, Heart, Di'easos,
&c, which ihas been so eminently ucCfSsfull in
relieving and curiug those diseased. All the above
remedies are prepared by Dr. F. foi his practice,
and warranted good. His rcpeutution, founded
on success, wili recommend theui to .the, afflicted, ,
who will find Dli 'Fitch's ""Guide to'Ihvalidsi.'J a
valuable- bookj 'It is given' away attheetorejpf
thereenra itThdse' suUenng from falling oj the
woinh-wia- find. Urf.'s Bupporter, ligrjt, aud nlea-
siU,.anil fitfing- porfeotly, and at.the sanie Uinel
most efficient.- The b'houldq Brace, ' .also if lrght
4n'frtoieirtt Tha aHietes' albneoi' foktfhuo
igetlien.reTjnrpassed by aflyartiolrf ever made.
vJej,!". FLKM1NG, oiUy ,agont,for sleigs un';
also, Who! esalo and Retail Druggist arid dealer
irt Glassware, Window Glass, French, SnrilsK
GemiaTi 'and American 'Chemifculs, 1 &. ftc'a
Hentiagtoa'a building Front street' .in H n I
September 19, 1850 yl. ,,,m i ii. . , .
-, . r , , , . j , i WJrS TTT Mfttrn A new two Imroo WAfiON . well -
lhrsl-A'lendid article of No. 1 for sa'.o at slo WniaandjtHWtisktq ijaityiilaRf.r'
b 1.8,1881-1...,,,, w.a.mTH'1. 'i,W9lUf..v: rZimJjf i f
: -. r ...ti ;. ...,:(. ' ' r.-'.'.attr .i ( I t
CLEAR THE TRA'ck! !
One door, heov)i Crawford Slier's iiore,
TUsV RECEIVED from Cincinnati a !rge and
1 1-WBH'nlected stock of READY MADE CLO
THING, which has never been surpi s d in quaK
ity or Drice, in this market Heine a practical
Tailor, and having been carrytng" ou the business
for seven yars in Pomeroy,. I have selected my
stock With a full knowledge bf Uie VauUi of this
market-lorjlsinEto substantial gQ00s,ind cacap
prices:1' '.!'.;. f';." ' l' - . '
Wy stock consists of Dress,' Frock and Sack
Coats' Pantaloons, "Vests, Shirts, ': Undershirts,
Drawers, Furnishing Goods, Cravats, Csps, Trunks
fto. Also, a; superior, article or, .Tailors hhears
snd Points; an article kept nowhere etsgln fome
roy. ' .'', . : . -'''..: '.' ;i
The undeaigned doea not feci.lt necessary to
boast of the great variety and cheapness of his
stock., Hq knows that an examination of his
goods will tell more potently, in theif , favor than
all the 'high-faluting words to be found in Walk
er and Webster, could say. for them. r He there
fore leaves it for others, whose stock heeds to be
praised, to tell about : the variety, eoodrtfcss; and
cheapness of their goods..- (lis goods, speak for
themselves, as all competent Judges must decide.
They are STRONG AND WELL MADE, and. he
merely asks those wishing to n r.-j 1, a . u
To call upo him before buying elsewhere as' be
is cuuiicwut na, can, sun rnem more rnsmonaqic
aud better .Clothing 4t. CHEAPER "RAJSS than
any-0 trier asuonsirment m Hie county. ;
t ..: WILLIAM. .BftAPlNQJ
WistarV Balsani of . WiM . Cherry, ;
The Great Remedy for Consumption bf (he Lungs,
a n. - : nr . v T : .. . i.. 13 1 : .
miUtll.llO VI W1C JLI1VCI, nOlUUlU, JllOllCllkUS,
Paius or Weakness of the Breast or Llltigs. aiid
other affections of the Pulmonary Organs. '
m-WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
is s fine herbal medicine, composed chiefly of Wild
Cherry bark ' and the genuine Iceland Moss, (the
latter imported expressly for this purpose,) the
rare medical virtues of which are also combined
by a; new chemical process, -with the; extract of
tar thus rendering the whole compound the most
certain and efficaeious'remedics discovered for
' sjonsurapuon oi uie J.imjrs.
Intesebtinv CoRsposDEN(-E.-r-Dr. William V.
Banks,.bf Xenia, Ohio,' a highly respectable drug
gist in that delightful village, has informed us that
the sale of Wistafs Balsam of Wild Cherry, is
unparalleled. The demand for it is so eager, that
he can scarcely keep himself supplied .with it.
He haS'had in his store medicines for lung affeo-
tions. gome f these were esteemed good, and
some gave temporary relief". " Bdt since he has hnd
Wistaf s Balsam of Wild Qherry, a number of the
most serious cases were completely cured by its
use, "i never sow a meuiome; said tne uoctor,
''in which 1 had the .entire confidence that I have
in this" .... . ; "J, ' '.' '.' "..";.."'
It Cukes! Whenever WistaVa Rntwtni nf Wild
Cherry is introduced', it at once attains that high
reputation which it so richly deserves. - Whatcan
prevent its sale, when-on every hand can "be wit
nessed its wonderful ourcs? - The worst cases of
Asthma, recent and dangerous coughs, (and also
those ot long standing,) bronchitis or Consump
tion, (in its early stages,) are always cured by this
remarkable medicine. 1 '
Cured by Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. The
following cure of Jeremiah iKerirr;, of ConBuinn-
tion, (five of his brothers and sinters having died
of Consumption) is truly wonderful. Ought not
this urge tlie afflicted to make use of this healt h
- ' t, 7 '' i' ' 4
- . ; W We Hannltoa Co.. 0., )
Sentcmber 2.7. tftsn... t -
J. D, Patk Dear Sir: Jialie the liberty of ad
vising you of the benefit I have derived from thfi
use of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. I
was prostrated by that terrible. scourge Consump
tion, in May last. The attack was truly horrifying
to me,- five of my family, my brothers and sisters,
had died of Consumption... . I was afflicted with
nearly all tlie worst features of the diseases I had
a distressing cough, and expectorated a great deal
of blood, hectic fewer; severe pains in the side and
chest, eold chills, alternating with flushes of heat
and copious night sweats.' t .-;-
I was under the care of a skilled physician,
from tho time I was taken sick until about six
weeks since, being thcrt about . helpless, and my
friends considering my case hopeless, of at .least
beyond the reach of my physician's skill, ndvked
the use of Wistar's Basam of Wild Chcrry.T
Without my knowledge, my father.procured it,
and commenced using it. I was able to be out and
oversee uty business und. labor, which. I Still con
tinue to do. '. I have takeu fgur bottles of the me-,
dicine, and now consider myself well. . I make
this statement, to induoe others that are afllicted
as I have been, 'to make trial of Wistar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry, which remedy, has, under the
blessing of Providence restored mv health. - ;
'.' ' :;) JEREMIAH lSGBtGG. ;
Interesting C orrespondence.
Important to those aflliotod with diseases of the,
lungs and breast. Will miracles never cesst?
More.evideace of its surpassing health restorative
virtues!; r. ;v?.-.- .'! -; b'.-.y. .--; -t
From Dr. Baker, Springfield,, Washingtou; cos Ky. J
; i i . ohwieu), r.t May 14,18
Messrs. Sanford & Park: I take this opportune
ty of informing you, of a' most- remarkable cure
iierfonned upon me by the ulo .of Dr; Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry.-.,; S ti. ..-.yj.vc.' I
In the year 1840 1 was taken with the inflama
tton -of the bowels, whitri:I,'hi!yed under for six
weeks, when. .1. gradually recovefd, , Iu the FuU
of 1841 I was attacked with a severerild. whir-h
seated itself upon,aiy.lungs, aud for the spaco nf
twee years 1 was. confined to any bed, I tried all
kinds of medicines and every variety of aid with.
benefit; and thus I wearied along until the winter
of 1815, when Iheaid of Wear's Buhmm of vVild
Clmrry. , -t :., '.. j
, My friends persuaded me to give it a fuir JiitiV,
thout'li , Uiadiveu up all hupvs id" reeovery, anil
had prepared myself for thu chuniiu of another
world. Through their solicitations, " 1 was in.
duced to mekt; ustMlf tha timme .Wklnr'a TTal.
aam of :Wjkl.gltt''ri)j. f 't vlfecttwaK truly uua-.
After five years of ailllcliouiaiid -suffering, arid
after having spent four nr five hundred dollars to
no, purpose, .aud .the befit'and most; respectable
physicians had proved Unavailing. " I 'was soon
restored to entire health by Ihe blcsniitL' of God.
and the use -of Dr.. Wistar's. Balsam. jif. Wild
Cherry. ??.- -r --, '
3tay the hleRsincsof Uodrestuflnri rhfimmrt;.
tors of so valuablq medicine as Wistar' Bulsnm
of Wild Cherry. Yours, respeptfuflv, '-' 1 ,
.. .... W. H. BAKER.' i
Aus afnc simile of thesiirTiaiurc of Huurv Wistnr.
M. D. Philadelphia, and aufottl d: Park. ..En-
gTavcd wrapper. No other cau be genuine.
. "Sold by-J. D. PAUK, (successor to Sarlford &
Park,)1 Fourth and. Walnut streets, Cincinnati,
Ohio, "General Ageut i.r, the gautrHind Veft.'.to
whom, all orders wust.bq addressed.- It is also sold
y the following persons:, !.,, ,., 1. ;,;; . .. '
D. Reed, Pomeroy; G. V. Cooper Cp., C'lies
tjerajohn -f muia,1Coolj,UU;,,. Onpehart A, Co.,.
Point Plehsaut; John Perkins. -Atl lens; M Hint ft
NsTat, Galiipulis; S. Murray, Wilkeivjllej J,
January.9, 185lnlfimi.jcw ,.),;', ;
Eirr B VlMtLI.S 'jIuslJi.gu.ViBult ft
ynite low .for ; cash, by . ? , nU'lj.,
T I WEHTli'.FlVE Barrels Curtis' best Crab
L.J - .;mJ 'L!ra'" 'P.!SUSJlose ronsignrntVt. at
Jjeet Utu Us lo KJHUi'Wisti
I -a' k'rvne-'-.ir .-' M. '.."'" SL..
4-B "v.aiauAsi. UDDer. callt TODUine. Lin
. jL-eHits anajiips;ii(; suns lot sale) at II store of
su Whpi,t . ,t.in.a ;H,.B, SUIT1 !
OOL12 LEATIIEH. A Vnlr.iHiil nrlirlfl nf
iPW0"?.'! udievilpqhViB'.ifoiaiilo nf - T
t. .ei ,1 j'-wi'.rr-. ' .. j.SMi;f.iJ'cO
.. M r i-lV - ' -..."I'r.MXSSlw. - Z - : I
1 fe '
For the lempTnJ; andPtmaaen.Cnrt f olf
" NEUVOU8 DISEASES,
And of thoto Conpmi-iU which tra caused ftv ui UnpaJrtJ,
weakened cf unhealUir condlUonf th
. IBRVOII IT STKH.
' Tali bcautlrul tnd eonrentent appllctun ol the- mvatv'
rioni powr of GALVANISM tnd MAONETI8M, hb
BronouDced by diitlDguulwd phyiicitM, bath ia Europ a
. DR.. CHRISTIE'S QALVANJO . BELT
iti f'.u.!- .tvi-USUmSM'11. O.f. JlOCfU
''-Til MAGNETIC; PH7ID,
U used with the mot perfect and certain iuccm 1b all Saior
M ' .' ' M v.: 1 -. ' :: : M-ta
a b fi k & A..V P J;HJi.W ITm t
ngUining Um waakemd body, ji,(ng totte lthrtoui
raoi and invigorating -tlie -itiuw tvjtem.. Aho.ln KITS,
CRAMP, PARALYSIS and PALSrByBpRPSIA or
OE8TIOM, RHEUMATISM, ACUTE aid CHROfflCrOftUT,
EMLEPSy,. LUMBAOO,. DEAKNi;HS.-MEB.V;piiS
MOH8, PALPITATION OF THE -IlEARC, .AVOi'LZXY,
NEURALOIA,' PAINS In tho SIDE and CHEST, LIVER
COMPLAINT, spinal Complain, and cuvaturr
Of th SPINE, HIP COMPLAINT. DI8EASF.8 f tht; KID
NEV8, DtFlCIENCY OF NERVOUS and TUT8ICAL
CNEROT, and all NERVOUS DISEASES, whioheomplainU
trite from ona limplo oauw-namaly, X u 1 .,- r; (
A Derangement of the Nervous Syaten.
tin-In NERVOUS COMPLAINT& Dron and Medicinea
irxrtaitt dittn, tat thejr weaken tha ritsl energiei nf the
already enatrated ayatem wane nnuer trie nreitginenin;.
life flvlij, TitaUzinx Influence of Gelvaniam, a applied by
beautiful and wonderful diacorery, tne eahaaiied patient
tnd weakened tuflerer ia restored I
to foraier heuth, itren eth
llaiUcity and rigor.
Th great peculiarity and excellence of
Dr. Christie Galvanic Curatives,
eonaiita in the fact that they araeit and our dlaeata by
ward application, in place ofthe utnal mode of drugging and
phiickmg the patient, trit eihauited Nature linki hopelMtly
under in inniouon.
Tkw ftrenftatn tht vholt evifta, ntuRe-e li fittliUl.
tht bluoi, promote tht nerttiont, and never ato th' tlifkttit
injury under tny cireumttaneea. 'Since their introdaeUa in
Ihe United State, only three yeare aloea-, awre thaa -i
7 5;000 Persdns
including all age, clauea and condition!, among which war
1 large number of lediee, who are peculiarly ubject to Nr
u Complaint!, have been .. .1 ... . -. v
. ENTIH2LT AND PBRMANBNTLT OtTBUD,
when all hop of relief had been given up, and etery thing
tlie beea tried in vin ! -
To illuitrtte tha ui nf th GALVANIC BBTjT, tnppoM
the eaie nf k peraon afflicted with that bane of nieilization,
DYBPErSIA, or any other Chronic or Nenroue DlMrder, In
ordinary oaeea, itimulanta are taken, which, by their action on
th nerrea and muiolea of th ttomaoh. ait'ord lemri-rnru re
Uef, but whlcn leare tne patient in a lover atate, and with in
jured nicultiet, after the action thua excited baa cawed. N
eoapere thia wiUi th ?" reinlUng from tha application of
Uie GALVANIC BELT .akoa DyipeptioanAerar, even la
the wone ivmptomi of an attack, and iimpl tie the Belt
trouni the body, uiing the Magnetis Fluid ai directed.; In
t ihort neriod the iniemible Deraolration will act on the noii.
. live element of th Belt, thereby cauiing 1 Galvanic circuit
uon wnicn will pate on to tne negative, and thence cack
tgain to th poiiuv, thua keeping up eontintoe Otli-anic
circulation throughout Um ayetem. Thua the most eevera
FEW DAYS IS OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO f RADI
CATE THE DISEASE OF YEARS. ' - -
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIALS
I , Ot Umi moat Undoubted Chur&eler,
Front all parte of the Country oottld b givtn, lufflcieat to
til every column In tbii paper ! . .... .
: AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
.which ooncluitrely prove that - '-' ..-: s .;..'
"Truth is stranger than Fiction."
. ; "-, CURB OF ' " '.
Rheumatism, Bronchitis and Dyspepsia.
;. REV. DR. IANDIS. A CLERGYMAN
ef New Jeraey, of SiiUnguiahed itttinmenta toil analted re
putation 1 ,
' Sibt, Waw Jertey. Jul; IS, If 48.
. Da. A. It. CMHiaTit Dear Sir! You wl" bnM, of m.
t .hi' bn - in iy ewn caie, of th application
I nfTritf.iil.vNir.mri.T ifan urrifiirp m ra..i. i.
u follow I . .
For bcut twenty yeort I had been aulTerlnf from Dyapep.
It. Ef try y eti the lymptoma beorn wone, nor cm Id I ob
tain permanent relief from tny eoun of medical treatment
whatever. About turttm yeare -itnce, in eomerence of
frequent exposure to the weather, in the diacharge of my
pastoral duties, I becan subject to t severe Chronio Rheu
matism, which for. year after year, caused me Indescribable
uguish. Farther t in the winter of ' 45 and '4S, in conso
juence of preaching t. groat deal in my own and various
other churches in this region, I was sttck-d by Uie Bronchi
tie, which soon became to severe te require an immediate
suspension of my pastoral labor- My ntrvout syOas now
thoronthly prettratti, anil aa my BroncliOii became worse, so
also did my Dyspepsia and Rheumatio TfTectlou thua evin
cing that these disorder were connected with each other
trough the medium of the Nervous ayatem. la the whole
phaimicnpaia there seemed to be no remedial agent which
could reach and recuperate my Narvona System; every
hingthatl hkd tried for thia purpose had completely failed.
At last 1 waa led by my friends to examine your In-enUone,
end (though with no vry sanguine hopes of ther enloiency,)
I determined to try the ett'ect or Uie application of the OKL
VANIC BELT AND NECKLACE, with the MAGNETIC
FLUID. Thia waa in June, 184 T art etui iosrii
Hzht, m two vavs sir Dcarnrsu Haa eoKt tie (ioht
VAta t wA EfiASLie to anuni mt rSTtaj. laaots ; not
HAVK I SlflCt OM1TTVD A SINOLS SttVlct 0.1 ACCOVHT Or TH
BnoncHiTir t ijdsi Rhfitmatic ArraoTieiv Mia tNTittLV
ocasxd to Tuvti.1 mi. 6uoh i th wonderful tnd happy rs
tutu ofthe experiment .
I have recommended the BELT and FLUID to many whe
tve been likewise surTering from Neurtlgie atTeoUon. They
atve tried theaa, wrrn huh aaauLia, 1 aauavc, m antat
' I am, dear air, very respectfully yoiin
spectrally yours. '''
ROBERT W. XANDlS.
1 ' - - .'-. .' - ..... T.n r
.' ' D R CHRISTIE'S V; '
. OA jL VANIC
I used fcr all oompltint affecting the Throat Head, nch
as Bronchitis, Inflammation of the Throat, Nervous and Bick
nexuacne, uizzinesa oi uie jibbo iNeumigia in Uie Fact But
ling or Roaring In tha Fare, Deafness, which it generally
Nervous, and that distressing oomplaint, called Tit Dolonux.
: Palsy and Paralysis. 1 ,
All physicians acknowledge that these terrible disease
are caused by a deficiency ef A'cttou, Entrgy in th affected
limbs. Da. CiiaiSTir'e Oalvanlo Articles will aopply thia
deScicntpowen -tnd S complete tnd tntke curt is thu
' .-.a. r.r9
'.' I? Severe Deafhess 'Cvaeti:',
Th following la an entraot from letter Utetv' received
from distinguished physician in the Stole of Virginia : "
,- n. iwaisTin, bu u.vtttr Bm One ol my patient,
Unknown torn, obluined vour fiau,i.- H.i, y 7
" ... " uurnci.c r. ufl. in. Hrinn, ,nu.,u. r
i was ur.- oi a lauy Whose Nervous
wm mucn uiimrucreu
nn nmr rfinarai hMiih s
was done previously In the ai.plicttiiia of the Belt, but. with
very little success, tnd I feel It onh- ri,.i,t i.n .1...
tlno she commenced wearing l!1e Belt and using thFhiid
but t few wevks ag.i, alie hat KNTIliKI vfvoovk.IlVD
HEB llKARi.MVi.ttd Wfeiaral health ia beUer than
aeveral years." ,
QiJ- Erery ease oi Deafness, f it he Nervoua. H It (eneralle
ts, can bt ourtd by thia wonderful remedy. ;. . . . 7
.c v 'DR . C IliTs T I E S vVli
Are found of vart sorvloe In canea of Convulsion or Fit.
Snesmodio Complaint-;, tnd general Nervous A flections of the
Heed and upper extremities. Also in Palsy end Itralysia, tnd
til diseases caused by a deficiency of power or Nervoua
Energy in Uie limbs or other organs of the body.
. These dreadful and tgonliing oomplaint are fmasrets.
Uy rrlirttd ty the application of tlie Oalvahic Bxlt.
iStcai.Acit and Flu is. Th Belt ti!iiie the Electricltv
through the arstem , Ui Necklao haa t local efl'eoL end
th fluid acta direotly upon the allbotod nervea. In these dia
trasslng afllictiona the applicoUon HKVER FAILS.
. FITS AND CONVULSION8.
1 Thes alarming and terrible complainti are always caused,
by t itranrrmnt of tho Vcmee.. Tht BttT, BtActLtre r
rLvio wiucnra nearly every ease, no matter now young
tw eld the patient, or how confirmed the
it enrt nearly every case, no matter how voun cr
veroua tnd tstonjshing proofs are in posstaaioa of Uu) nru
trietor , . . ' . .. - ..
' 'A': A '"..1 1 ' ,.' 'f't pi left .
JL'Matiy handled Certificates from all parts of
the country of the' most extraordinary character
can be penr ,ftertuiretr.'f.ii i a 'i .. ;
i; nNolruMw:or InorinvenienceSttends the nse
of CI?.OIIKlSTIE'SaAI,VANIO ARTICLES, and .
they may bo worn by the most feeble and dalicate,
with rerfVct ease and safety.. : Ia many cases the .
sensation nttendiri)' their use ts highly pleasant
and Sfrrueablevi Thoy. en tic aenttd. any part of
tho oonntrn - - r.tuiu
t". " Piij"'-M,i,,rt;.f'.'
The3aIvanfo Behr -u if-sThrea Dollars.
The Galvanic Necklace, Two Dollars. '
The Oalvanlo Brat eWts, One Dollar Each.
The Magnetic Fluid, Dhe. Dollar.
... TJia arttpjes are acponaTTEJ-jy fui Bnd plain
direcAtons. ...Painplilcts. V-ita JutJtarticulars may
beJtmt bf thq authorize? Accht. ' v'' s
Vwi'Vtt' CTiW.-BpMr W.. Counter
feits s'nd Worthless Imitations:,' ' ' ' ,
7 jit.lt 'iT c. ? w' - v" enwal Agent
jfVV.u.v .uill4 aillM-f,
Vlnlii SUiWL I J3rri.dway, JNew. York.
"'-'t," eoirury. --t. iiolOyl.' ' '
sitt - t" - vw - ', r'
I IVIfclOV-B.t titffi&2Jy rf n",