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TUB WIFB'8 APafKAt. . , '
' BTW.C BENNETT. :
Oh, don'i go in to-nighi John! '
Now husband don't go in,
To spsnd our only shilling, John,
Would be a cruel sin,
There's not a loaf at home, John;
There's not a coal you know; .
Though with hunger 1 am faint, John,
And culd comet down thw snow
Then don't go In to-night.
Ah, John, you must remember,
And, John I can't forget
When neVr foot ofyours John,
Was in the ale house set,
Ah, these were happy tr:ius, John:
;; No quorrfls then wo knew,
And none wcreappier in our land
Than I, dear iohn, and you:
Then don't go iu w-nightJ . ' , :
You will not got John, John, I mind ,
;t When wo were counin. Tew
Had arm as stroffg, or step as firm,
;i Or check af red as you:
Out drink has stoten your girenfiih. John,
And paled your cheek too whito,
lias loitering mode your once firm tread,
And bowed your manly height,
You'll not go in lo-nighil
You'll not go In? think on the day
That made me John, your wife;
What pleasant lulk that day we had
Of all our future life I
Oi how your steady earnings. John.
No wasting should consume,
Out weekly some new comfort bring
To deck our happy room;
Then don'i go in to-night!
To see us, John, as then we dressed.
So tidy, clean, and neat,
Brought all eyes to follow us,
As we wont down the siren,
Ah, little, thought neighbors then,
And we as little thought;
That ever John, to rags like ihess
Hy drink we should be brought!
You won't go in to-night!
And will you go? If not for me,
Yet for your baby stay;
You know, Join, not a taste of food
Has passed my lips to-day;
And tell your, father Hire one,
'TU mine your life hangs on.
You will nut spend that shilling?
You'll give it him? Come, John,
Some home with us to-nigln!
ON THE USE OK MULES.
1 Mules, on a general average, live
more than twice as long a horses. They
are fit for service from three, years old to
thirty. At twelve a horse has seen his best
days and is going down hill, but a mule at
that age bus scarcely risen out of his colt
hood, and goes on improving till lie is
twenty. Instances are recorded of mules
living sixty or seventy yours, but ihs nn
exceptions. Thegeneial rule Is that thoy
2. Mules are never cxpovd to disease as
horses. Immense sums of money are an
nunlly lost in the premature death of high
spirited horses by accident and disease.
Tito omnibus lines in the t ity of N. York
liuvo not been able to sustain tin ir lueses
and are beginning to rrako ttsc of mules, as
loss liable by for to accidents and disease.
This results from tho next consideration,
which is that
3. Mules havo organs of vision and hear
ing fur superior to those of ttu horse.
Hence they seldom sheer and frighten and
run off. A horsa frightens because he
imagines he sees something frightful; but
tnulo liuving superior discernment, both by
ho eye and ear, understands every thing he
meets, and therefore is safe. For the same
reason he is surer fooled, and honco more
vuluable in monniainous regions and on
clangorous roads. I doubt whether on the
Alpine paths a mule ever made a misstep.-
I le may hue been deceived in the firmness
of the tpnt where he set his foot, bui
not in the propriety of tho choice all ap
pearances com idercd.
4. The Mule is much more hardy than
the horse. A pair of those animals, owned
by a neighbor of mine, although smull in
size, will plow more land in a week than
four horses. Their faculty of endurance is
6. Another very important fuel is that in
the matter of food, a muld will live and
thrlvo on less than half it lakes to keep a
horse. The horsos of England at this time
are consuming grain which would save the
livos of thousands of British subjects. In
national point of view, the agricultural inter
est is so great that tho greater the demand
for oil grains the better for the furmcr. But
vet individual farmer who are in debt, and
whoso land is not improved, would find it
profitable in the course often years, to have
the tuboi of a full team, mid to save one
half and more f tho (bod necessary to keep
it tip, as it ig1iibfj tltocaso in subsiiiuiin'g
Mules lor Horses.
KitLWAV Accident. On Thursday the
train of cars from Pittsburgh, ovor the Por
tap; railroad, was thrown from the track, by
tho loosening of a rail cautied by one of the
chains which fusion it down becoming de
cerning detached. The baggage and one of
the pnssengw cars went down an embank
ment of somo twenty feet, rolling ever and
breaking tho cars p pieces. The passen
gers, about fony in number, wero variously
bruised and hurt, but none seriously.
"VVkll. Joe, have you ground nil the
tools thai I told you to do in the morning?'
Yes, it aster,' said tho green apprentice,
'all except the handsaw; I coulnd't get nil
I it j.ipt. oot of that.'
THE UNDERSIGNED liave now received their
stock of Sprine and Summer GOODS, con
sisting in part as follow:
:C0 pes. Prints the newest ana most lasoion&sia
' Styles: -"
3ft " 'Fnrnitttre Chint very tmb;
24 " Sstinetts, Ermine Cloth, Cassimeief aad
3o " Kentucky Jeans, various colon; '
35 " Blue Black, figured ana Col' a Alpaca;
39 " Eastern Linseys, of various colors;
34 " New style Ginghams;
200 bolts Brown Muslin, 4-4 best;
100 " " - 8-4 cheap;
25 pes. Flannels, all colors;
90 " isieacnea jnusuiu, aii prices; -Bleached
and Brown Drills and Canton Flannels;
Apron Checks and Check 6iiirtings;
Shawls Thibet V'ool, Silk Embroidered & Plaid;
Cashmere ul D"Lane Diess Goods, very hand
10 cases Hats and Caps, New styles;
ITmhrellu. Garnet Bnes and Satchels:
Jaconets, Cambricks, Book, Swiss & Mull Muslins;
Katldicry i Hidings.
Saddle Trees and Buggy Hames;
Oil and Gum Cloth;
Pctcnt Dash Leather and Coach Lace;
Harness Trees New style; '
Carpet Bag Frames and Trunk Locks;
Buckles, Bridle BitU and Stirrups; ,
Rein Snans. Tenets and Water Hooks:
Spun, Saddle Plush and Strain Webb;
Harness ana JMarungaie Kings; ,
Bridle and Shoe Thread and Silk; . .
Strain Web aud Girthing;
Saddler's Needles, Awls, Punches and Hammeis;
Cutting Knives an''. Cutting 'l hrustsj
Pad Screws, Spot, and Brass Nails; :..
Brass Buggy Bands and Carriage Handles and
' Hinges; ,
Buggy and Carriage Springs and Dash Frames;
Curtain Cloth and Leather;
And every other article in Saddlers' line. -
60 different kinds of Locks 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 Sets and Oimklets;
MilU Scroll and Hand Saws;
Tenon, Circular and Key Hole Saws;
Wood aad Billet Saws;
Broad and Hand Axes;
Hinges, Screws and Finishing Nails;
Braces, Oil Stones and Rules;
Shoe Hammers and Peg Floats and Punches!
Shutter and Window Fastenings;
Bed Screws and Castors all kinds;
Sash and screw arm Pullies; -Brass
and Mahogany Knobs;
Auvils, Vices and Screw Plates;
Bellows' and Slcdie Hammers;
And a great variety other articles in this line.
Boots and Shoes.
6 cases Men's, Boys and Children's Boots;
2 " Women's heavy bootees and buskins;
2 " Children's " shoes, best article!
2 " Misses bootees and shoes, a sup. article;
6 poz. Ladies' Calf and seal bootees and buskins;
10 " Infant and Children's small shoes sup.
10 " Ladies and Misses Kid Slipper,, and thick
' soled Shoes.
We esuecially invite the public to call and ex
amine our stock. We have now the larger; and
best selected stock we have ever had; and many
very fine articles such as have not been kept in
We are prepared to fill any orders either Whole
sale or Retail on very reasonable tenns.
REED & BROTHER.
Pomcroy, April 17, 1851. n28tf.
tt. ou Ysoirrs improved ex-
Jr:.,i'!lACTOF BELLOW DOCK &
9AKSAPA1CII.I.A. nut. nn in tho lov.rct
sited bottles, contains more of the pure Honduras
Sarssnarilla than 11V nthl'V nrAnnratinn avian
which is chemically combined with the Extract of
Yellow Dock, tho Extract of Wild Cherry, and
the Balsnm of Fir, thus making the remedy more
vuuiutiKiuy euiciem man any omer sarsapaniia
before the nnhlir. At thp anm tin-m it u n.,r..n
ly free from all mineral poisons, which cannot be
j -r .. .. . i r . l f .....
onm ui uny uuiei oi ino oarsapariua compounas.
The iavulids should beware of poisons. Mercury,
Iron, Quinine, Potash, Iodine, Sulphur, Arsenic,
and manv other mineral and lnptullin nnli en
ter into, and form the active basis of most of the
Sarsaparilln8 and Panaceas of the day. Guysott's
Compound Extract of Yellow Dock, and Sarsapa
rilla does not contain a particle of these substan
ces; as any out can ascertain uy applying the ne
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 the first cold, or the first attack of dis
ease, prostrates the" patient's strength, and sub
jects him or her to the most excrutiating torture,
and renders another cure almost impossible and
hnnnlpAt. l.t. nil luiisnnmiB Ka.n..ill.
tions alone and use Guysott's Improved Extractor
oarsapanua, wmcn is morougiuy emcacious, per
fectly harmksff. and numlv vppi.Ku in bfni
OI OlSPnSP VIOin til itS lRninl ill H imnnu
o " ! wuuvb
The following is an extract of a letter dated
f . l. loin r T. 1 1 i . . ...
jmiia i, iovv, irora a. u. rerKins, ju. u., a high
ly respectable uhvsician of Mariptta. Dliin.
Juun Park Dear Sir: I havo under my care a
young woman wno, lor sixteen years, has been
suffering from Ulcerated Limbs, and whose case
has been nrdnminpHrf hnnotmcn hvth
1 -w vv.wu vj tmvv UI UU1 UCl
physicians. I took her into my family, and have
uotu uuywui imuw joca ana oarsapariua free
ly, and am confident that the Yellow Dock and
Snrsaparilla 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
naill A voir wtttn uti. 1 . 1 1
,.u.... .. ouu udw viuwuest i win re
port the case in due time. Very respoctfnlly,
E. B. BERKINS.
IT None genuine unless put up in large bottles,
containing a quart, and name of the Syrup blowed
in the plass, with the written signature, S. F.
Bennett, on the outside wrapper.
BTPrice 81 por bottle; or six bottles for 85.
Soldbv J. II. PAIlIf rin(.m.ii ni:.
- ---- - - ' ...V...MUH, VUIU.
Northeast corner of Fourth and Walnut sts en
trance on Waluut at. to whom all orders must be
addressed. It is also sold by the foUowing persons:
as. itujwi ruiuciuy.
Q. W. COOPER & CO., Chester.
J. CAPEHART & CO., Point Pleasunt.
JOHN FRAME, Coolvillc.
JOHN PERKINS, Athens.
MAOUET 4 NARET, Gallipolis.
S. S. MURRAY, Wilkcsville.
J. O. BYRNE, Porter.
April 17. 1851. n28.
TMIE Subscriber hna hppn nnnninl.l r.
I -- -........ 1. BgHtl Ui
i Hie sale of the celebrated works, medicines
auu instruments oi ur. ritcii, vis: ,
on the cause, treatment, and permanent cure of
Patent Steel Springs, Shoulder Braces, Silver Ex
Including Pulmonary Baisain, Pectoral Expecto
rant, Pure Medical Cod Liver Oil, Pulmonary
Liniment. Heart Corrector. II
putative Syrup, Anti-Dppcptio Mixture, Ca'thar-
(ih Dill., i' U .. I ii i- i-i ' . .
run, uiiuicib ana noiie opccinc, Vermifuge,
The above .nnn tlin vl-mnf rununt nfp,,i.
- ' -, - - -. . ..uu.ivnv vj. . u.
monary Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases,
we., wiuua una ueen so eminenuy successful in
iLiioiug huu curing uioscaiKeaflea. Ail me above
remedies are nrenared bv Dr. K. for h
and warranted good. His repeutstion, founded
on success, will reeonuneud them to the afflicted.
who will rind Dr. Kitnh'a "Cuiiln t.i Invoii,! .
valuable book. It is given away at the store of
the agenU. Those suffering from falling of the
womb will find Dr. F.'s Supporter light and plea
aaitt, and fitting pcrfoctly, aud at Uie same time
moat efficient. The Shoulder Brace, also in light
aud efficient. The articles alone, or taken to
gether, are unsurpassed by any article ever made.
J. P. FLEMINU, only agent for Meigs county;
also. Wholesale anil Kntnit lni
in Glassware, Window Glass, French, English,
German and American Chemicals, 4c, c, in
Remington's building, Front street.
September 19, I860. - ,
iiriYBA Salt for
! hw H etnh, . WM1TH.
S"ucr of - -
JOHN PKOB8T & CO. "'"',
above Naylor'S run bridge
.-I PoraeroTt n-5a
rANLNli laurlT euiiUKcd Udl f"i-iaoa
l1 .n.i erentcrf iteaiu enirine in the turning
department, have now the most Complete and best
arranged and appointed . , '
in this part of Ohio All kinks of Furniture will
be manufactured at the lowest prices, vis:
Rownood, Mahoganp and Black Walnut sells,
earved, ornamental and plain, suitable for parlors,
drawins and bed-rooms. 1
Persons desiring any articles in the Furniture 4
line, irom vne plainest vj me man ciegaut auu
costly, are respectfully invited to call.
The following articles will be made to order:
Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Bedsteads, Cupboards,
and all kinds of household furniture: also
Tfcte a tete sofas; Tete a tete divans; -:
Conversation Chaim; Reception chairs;
Rosewood parlor do Mahogany parlor chairs;
Block walnut do Cane seat . " do
Mahogy rocking do Piano stool " - ' do
6ofas in plush, hair and cloth covers, '
Divans do- do do do
Ottomans, mahogany French bedsteads;
Black walnut ... d i do
Marble top centre tables;" ,;
, " Marble top dress bureaus; ' . ,
Marble top fancy stands, ' u , .
- Mahogany wardrobes, Secretaries and
' - Book cases, worn stands, toilet tables, die.
O-All orders promptly attended to.
Uscm Collins) of every description ma
nufactured promptly to tho time. fet14n20tf. '
To our Friends and Customers.
WE thus eeg leave to inform yon and thro
your kindness ourand your friendsof your
nekhborhood and elsewhere not forgo tting our
enemies if any there be that we are now receiv
mg direct from New Orleans and the eastern cities
a Fresh Stock of Groceries, which we
are now offering for sale at room No 0, Front street,
Portsmouth, Ohio, and have made arrangements to
be be supplied during the season from same places.
Our stock will at all times cousist oi everything
in the Grocery ine.
Although in the matter of purchasing and in now
offering our 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 us great pleasure to aocommo
date our friends to the fullest extent that a due
regard for their and our interests may seem to dic
tate. The hackneyed and stale terms, 'cheap,' 'cheep
er than ever," and 'cheapest,' we abstain from
using, leaving to others (less modest men than our
selves) to derive all the advantages that an intelli
gent community may concede to this kind of boast-
F. 1. OAECS.
T. W. BD8KIIK.
OAKES & BUSRIUK,
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in Rectified Whis
kev. Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
No. 6, Front St., Portsmouth, Ohio'.
ugar 400 hhds Prime New Orleans Sugar,
IsJl on hand and for sale low by
OAKES & BUSKIRK
I olasses 400 bbls new crop, on handand
lor sale at iio o.
OAKES & BUSKIRK
io Codec 300 Bags' superior article just
received and for sale at wo ts.
OAKES Sc BUSKIRK
No 6 against the world I
POR go od artices at ow prices.
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
"I .lull Assortment We are now receiving
I1 large additions to our stock or Groceries,
which we are selling very low for cash. Come and
examine for yourselves.
GBKES & BUSKIRK
O hot. Powder aud Lead 120 bags Shot,
O 20 kegs Powder Dupont's best; 2000 Bars
Lead- For sale at No e.
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
O oap and Candles A good article of both,
on hand ana for sale low by the oox.
TUour Always on hand and for Sale by
h OAKES & BUSKIRK.
3ourbon Whiskey 20 Bbls. on hand,
XJ from one to ten years old, for sole at No 6,
OAKES & BUSKIRK,
Obacco 20 Fino Virginia Leaf;
10 do Missouri do:
10 do Virginia Fives;
10 do do Eights;
15 do Missouri Twelves;
20 Kegs Kv. Si9 Twist;
Received from the manufacturers, and for sale low
at No 6. OAKES 4 BLSKIRK.
1ANDIES and CONFECTIONERY wholesale
and rotail by R. A. SIDEBOTTOM,
EltlON 8YPUP for sale by R. A. Side
i bottom, at wholesale and retail.
SII. Molasses 20 Barrels snd 10 half bar-
rels, for sale by
Cigars 20 Boxes Fine Principes;
10 Boxes Canones;
15 do Fine Havanna;
50,000 Half Spanish;
10,000 Common; on hand and for sale low
by (JAKES & BUStt-lKft,
( It A1N 600 bushels shelled Corn in bbls.
300 " Uats in backs;
250 " Very fine Potatoes;
100 " Dried Apples 4 Peaches;
300 lbs. Tallow in casks.
We now offer the above grain by the quantity,
It is all in firm order and the best quality.
April 17, 1861. REED & BRO.
J IJ MB K. Bedstead Lumber;
J Sheeting Boards;
For sale very low for cash by
April 17, 1851. REED & BRO.
DP. 8. D HOWE'S
rpHE Great Spring and Summer Medicine.
I Proof. More evidence. Read it. It is from
a young lady residing in our city.. :
Cincinnati, Feb 7th, 1851.
This is to certify that my sister, Mary C. Belman,
was attacked with a disease in her hip, more than
three years ago, which rendered her so utterly help
less that she was compelled to keen her bed. All
hopes of her recoverp were despaired of. Some of
the most eminent physicians of Covington and Cin-
cinnau attended her, all of whom declared ner
case a hopeless one. Passing by Dr. Howe's de
pot, an idea suggested itself, that to try one bottle
of his Shaker Sarsapsrilla 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, riow
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 months
since she commenced taking it.
(signea; j. u. lit-Lam.
Cincinnati Daily Commercial.
Remember this wonderful and astonishing cure
was effected bv the use of three bottles only of
vi. b. u. How's Shaker Sarsaparilla, the ureal
opnng ana bummer medicine.
BEAK IN MIND
It is the only Sarsaparilla that acts unon the liver'
kidneys and blood at the same time, which renders
it altogether, more valuable to every one, particu
Dr. Mussey, nrofessorin the Ohio Medical Col
lege, says the Shaker preparations are truly valua
ble, and recommends t hem to the public.
No Mercury no Mineral no Poisonous Drugs
in the Shaker Sarsaparilla, '
It is warranted to be
PL'RELY AND ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
and as a family medicine it has no equal.
Bo sure you envuire for S. D. Howe's Shaker
Sarsaparilla, snd tnke no other.
Wuart bottles SI per bottle; six bottles for 85.
For sale by D. Reed. Poiflerov: Manuet 4 NareL
Gallipolis; McVey 4 Co., Portsmouth, Ohio; and
by by Dr. 8. D. Howe, No. 1 Colle ito Hall, Cincim
uati, Ohio, to whom all orders must be addressed
Potatoes Early Potatoes the best kinds for
sale by ' aprilU REED 6x BRO. -
INDItiO Best Spanish Float only 1 nr Vo.
at cheap drug store. FLEMING.
jPAJVISU BUAvN0nly o eta prlb;
5 at t : FLEMINGS. !
OOnrwl, for mle at
CLEAR THE TRACK!
lUAIilAU'S WEW DEPOT 1
One door hclov Crawford J- Slier' store,
Front tlrttt, romeroy, Vhio.
1 UST RECEIVED from Cincinnati a large and
. I well relected stock of READYMADE CLO
THING, which has never been surpi sd in qual
ity or price in this market. Being a practical
Tailor, and having been carrying on the business
for seven years in Pomeroy, I have selected my
stock with a full knowledge of the wants of this
market looking to substantial goods and cheap
Mv stock consists of Dress, Frock and Sack
Cntn. Pantaloons.- Vests, Shirts, Undersliirts,
Drawers, Furnishing Uooos, uravars, iaps, l runas
4o. Also, a superior article of Tailors bbears
and Points; an article aepi nownere cue in ruuie-
'.The undersigned does not feel it necessary to
boast of the great variety and cheapness of his
stock. He knows that an examinaUoa of his
goods will tell more potently in their favor than
all the 'hieh-faluting' words to be found in Walk
er and Webster, could say for them. - He there
fore leaves it for others, whose stock needs to be
nraised. to tell about the variety, goodness, and
cheannem of their goods. His goods speak for
thenuelvM. as all ooinuetent judges must decide,
They arc STRONG AND WELL MADE, and he
merely nsks those wishing to .-.
Purchase Clothing Cheap, ,
To call nnon him before buying elsewhere, as he
l-onlUleilt ha 4u lm mora r uumuuiiuie
and btffci Clothing at CHEAPER RATES than
any other establishment in tne eounty.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1861. n28. , - .
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
The Great Remedy for Consumption of the Lungs,
Aneotions ot tne Jiver. nsinma, oroncnuis,
Pains or Weakness of the Breast or Lungs, and
other affections of the Pulmonary Organs.
inr WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
is a fine herbal medicine, composed chiefly of Wild
Chrfrvbark and the genuine Iceland Moss, (the
latter imported expressly for this purpose,) the
rnra medical Airtues of which are also combined
by a new chemical process, with the extract of
tar thus rendering the wnoie compouna we most
certain and efficacious remedies aiscoverea tor
Consumption of the Lungs.
Intsiestinf CoaacsroNDENcE. Dr. William Y,
Banks, of Xenia, Ohio, a highly respectable drug
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.
He has had in tis store medicines for lung affec
tions. Some of these were esteemed good, and
some gave temporary relief. But since he has had
Wistar's Balsun of Wild Qlierry, a number of the
most serious cases were completely cured by its
use. "I never sold a medicine," said the Doctor,
"in which I had the entire confidence that I have
It Cures! Whenever Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry is introduced, it at once attains that 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 cases of
Asthma, recent and dangerous coughs, (and also
those of long standing,) Bronchitis or Consump
tion, (in its early stages,) are always cured by this
Cured bv Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. The
following Cure of Jeremiah IsgTige, 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
giving remedy, when it is effecting cures like the
Pleasant Ridge, Hamilton Co., O.,
September 27, 185U. j
3. 1). Patk Dear Sir: I take the liberty of ad
vising you of the benefit I have derived from the
useotur. Wistar's Balsam ox wild unerry. j
was prostrated by that terrible scourge Consump
tion, in May last. The attack was truly bonifying
to me; five of my family, my brothers and sisters,
had died of Consumption. 1 was afflicted with
nearly all the worst features of the disease; I had
a distressiug cough, and expectorated a great deal
of blood, hectic feAer, severe pains in the side and
chest, cold chills, alternating with flushes of heat
and copious night sweats.
I was under the care of a skilled physician,
from the time 1 was taken sick until about six
weeks since, being then about helpless, and niy
friends considering my case hopeless, of at least
beyond the reach of my physician's skill, advised
the use of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
Without my knowledge, my father procured it,
and commenced using it. 1 was able to be out and
oversee my business and labor, which 1 still con
tinue to do. 1 have taken four bottles ot tne me
dicine, and now consider myself well. 1 make
this statement to induoe others that are afflicted
as I have been, to make trial of Wistar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry, which remedy has, under the
blessing of Providence restored my health.
Important to those afflicted with diseases of the
lungs and breast. Will miracles never cease?
More evidence of its surpassing health restorative
From Dr. Baker, Springfield, Washington, co. Ky.
Sprinofield, Ky., May 14, 1815.
Messrs. Sanford &. Park: 1 take this opportuni
ty of informing you of a most remarkable cure
performed upou me by the use of Dr. Wistar's
Balsam of Wild Cherry
In the year 1840 1 was taken with the inflama
tion of the bowels, which I labored under for six
weeks, when I gradually recovered. In the Fall
of 1841 1 was attaoked with a severe cold, which
seated itself upon my lungs, and for the space of
three years 1 was confined to my bed. 1 tried all
kinds of medicines and every variety of aid with
benefit; and thus I wearied along until the winter
of 1846, when I heard of Wistar's Balsam of Wild
My friends persuaded me to give it a fair trial,
though I had giveu up all hopes of recovery, and
had prepared myself for the change of another
world. Through their solicitations, I was in
duced to make use of the genuine Wistar's Bal
sam of Wild Uherry. Tee eltect was truly aston
After five years of affliction and suffering, and
after having spent four or five hundred dollars to
no purpose, and the best and most respectable
pnysiciana had proved unavailing. I was soon
restored to entire health by the blessing of God.
and the use of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
May the blessings of God rest upon the proprie
tors of so valuable a medicine as Wistar1 Balsam
of Wild Cherry. Yours, respectfully,
W. H. BAKER.
The genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
has a fao simile of the signature of Henry Wistar,
M. D. Philadelphia, and Sanford & Park. En
graved wrapper. No other can be genuine.
Sold by J. D. PARK, (successor to Sanford &
Park,) Fourth and Walnut streets,' Cincinnati,
Ohio, General Agent for the South and West, to
whom all orders must be addressed. It is also sold
by the following persons:
D. Reed, Pomeroy; G. W. Cooper & Co., Ches
ter; John Frame, Coolvillc; J. Capchart & Co.,
Point Pleasant; John Perkins, Athens; Maguet 4
Naret, Gallipolis; S. S. Murray, Wilkcsville; G. J.
January t, 1861. nl6m4.
RIIIELDAKFEIt HOUSE, Front
Street, romeroy, Ohior The sub
scriber has fitted up a large and commodious house
near the Steamboat sanding, wnere ne is ready
and prepared at all times to accommodate the
traveling public. His house is comfortable and
fnrniture entirely new is prepared to accommo
date s large number of boarders, and rooms can be
bad for private families on the most reasonable
terms. . .,
He thinks from the loug experience that he has
had in the business he can give general satisfac
tion. His table si all at all times be furnished with
the best that the market affords. -
Baggage will be conveyed to and from the steam
boats free of charge. A careful and attentive Por
ter will at all times ba ready to wait upon the trav
eling public with their baggage. 1 ;
F. B. RIHELDARFER." '
romeroy, Beennbet 12, 18&0. al?n6.
OUNTY lVAND-For those who served in
the Wat of 1812 with Great Britain or any of tht
ndian. I have received a wpy oi tne uie aci 1 1
Congress, passed September 28, loot, grautirg
Bounty laud, ae., ana am preparea w prucuic
lands under the provisionsof said.
'These desiring information concerning their
rights to lands can be informed by application to
me. No change will le made except in cases pro
ving successful, and in such charges will be reason
able. ' .
. - J. UAKTWKIUUT.
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER 1
THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID.
Or Gastric Juice !
t.A GREAT DYSI'EPSIA CURER,
i.KEPARED from Rennet, or the fourth stomach
of the Ox, after directions by Baron Likiio,
the great Physiological Chemist, by J S HOUGH
TON, M D, No 11, North Eighth street, Philadel
phia, Pa. i " - '''
This is a truly wonaertui remedy for in JJiUhb-
TION, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, CONSTIPA
TION,. LIVER COMPKA1NT, and DEBILITY,
curing after Nature's on method, by Nature's own
method, the Gastric Juice.
Half a teaspoonfull of this Fluid, infnsed in
water, will digest or dissolve Five Pounds of Roast
Beef in about two hours, out of the stomach.
scientific Evidence !- ; - !.
Baron Lieiio. in his celebrated work on Animal
Chemistry, says: "An artificial Digestive Fluid,
analagous to the Gastric Juice, may be readily
prepared from the mucuous membrane of the sto
mach of the calf, in which various articles of food,
as meat and eggs, will be so softened, changed and
digested, just in the same manner as they would be
in tne numan swmacn."
. Dr Peskira, in his famous treatise on "Food and
Diet," published by Fowlers w Wells, New York.
page 36, states the same great fact, and describes
the method of preparation. There are few higher
authorities than Dr. Pereira.
Di Cob be, in his valuable writings on the Phys
iology of Digestion, observes that "a dimunition
of the due quantity of the Gastric Juice is a
prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia:'
and he states that "a distinguished professor of
medicine in Lonuon, wno was severely afflicted
witn mis complaint, nnding everything else to fail.
naa recourse to uie uastric J uice, obtained from
the stomach ot living animals, which proved com
l)i Uraiium, author of the famous works on
Vegetable Diet," says: "It is a remarkable fact
in physiology mat tne stomachs in animals, mace
rated in water, impart to the fluid the property of
aissoiving vtiuuus Kiuuiesui ioou, anuoi eueciing
a kind of artificial digestion of them in no wise
different from the natural digestive process.
Jjr biMON's great worn, tne "Uhemistrv of Man."
(Lea & Blanchard, Phila, 184G, pp 321-2) says:
rne discovery oi rr,r&i lonns a new era in the
chemical history ol -Digestion. From recent ex
periments we know that food is dissolved as rapid
ly in an an artificial digestive fluid, prepared from
Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric Juice itself."
Prolessor Dunolison, of the Jefferson College,
Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Physi
ology, devotes more than fifty pugeato an examina
tion ol this subject. His experiments with Dr.
Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice, obtained from the
living human stomach and from vnimals, are well
known, "in all cases," he says, "digestion oc
curred as perfectly in the artificial as in the natu
AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER.
Dr Houghton's preparations of PEPSIN has pro
duced the most marvellous effects, curing cases of
ueouiiy, emaciation, nervous Decline, and Dys
peptic Consumption, snpposed to be on the very
verge of the grave. It is impossible to give the de
tails of cases in the limits cf this advertisement
but authenticated certificates have been given of
more than TWO HUNDRED REMARKABLE
CURES, in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston
alone. These were nearly all desperate cases, and
the cures were not only rapid and wonderful, but
It is a great NERNOUS ANTIDOTE, and par
ticularly useful for tendency to bilious disorder,
Liver Uomplamt, Fever and Ague, and the evil ef
fects of Quinine, Mercury, and other drugs upon
the Digestive organs, after a long sickness. Also.
for excess in eating, and the too free use of ardent
spirits, it also reconciles Health with Intcmper
6LD STOMACH COMPLAINTS.
There is uo form of OLD STOMACH COM
rijfl.111 iS Winch li does iioi seem i.o ICR?h re"
move at once. No matter how bad they may be. it
n iiti.1, i mi.ni . ,im ..... ...... . ' '
uum inoi.a.ni nt-Liitf ; a single dose re
moves all the unpleasant symptoms, and it only
needs to be repeated, for a short time, to make these
good eflects permanent- PURITY OF BLOOD
and VIGOR OF BODY follow at once. It is par
ticularly excellent in cases of Nausea, Vomiting,
Cramps, Soreness of the pit of the Stomach, dis
tress after eating, low, cold state of the Blood,
Heaviness, Lownessof Spirits, Despondency, Ema
ciation, Weakness, tendency to Insanity, Suicice,
Price, ONE DOLLAR per bottle. One bottle
will often effect a lasting cure.
Every bottle bears the written signature of J S
HOUGHTON, M D, sole proprietor.
Sold by agents in every town iu the United Slates,
and by respectable dealers in Medicines generally.
Also, for sale at the Drug Store of D. REED,
Pomeroy, Ohio- ' april24n29yl.
CASH AGAINST CKEDIT.-Hnving
adopted the Cash system, 1 offer to the citizens
generally a splendid opportunity of realizing its
advantages. Cash should give its possessor an
advantage which under the present system of trade
he fails to realize; it being an undeniable fact that
no business can be conducted as cheap for credit
as cash, and no fair dealing man will make a dis
tinction prejudicial to either, when two classes of
customers are brought face to face.
Therefore, in order to reward industry and fru
gality, 1 have established One Place in Pomeroy
where you can save money by spending it at
decl2'50nol2. U. B. SMITH'S.
VT Oticc There will be a petition presented
to the Commissioners of Meigs county, at
their next session, praying for a county road to be
laid out and established as follows: Commencing
at lot No. 3 in Danville; thence north with the
middle line of Section 13 in Salem township, to the
southwest corner of Swearengen's land; thence a
northwest course to William Davis' bam; thence
through said Davis' land and F. Andrews' land to
the northeast corner of said Andrews' land, thence
through W. Haycock's land, keeping on Uie east
side ot a certain run to widow Edmundson's fence;
thence on the east side of the run close to tho hill,
to intersect the road at James R. Graham's ashery.
aprii ii, lsai. ir,iw4 pd.
Potatoes 25 bushels for sale low by
May 8, 1851 ' H. B. S3
SMITH says that the Cash system works like
a charm. He has just returned from the
Queen City and is prepared to accommodate his
numerous customers with the following articles
at his cash prices.
. 40 Barrels best Molasses;
15 do Middling and Extra Sugars;
10 Boxes Raisins;
10 do Soap;
10 do Candles;
Sugar Crackers; Soda and Butler do.
Coffee, Tea, 4 c.
Spices a.nc other articles belonging to the trade
at Wholesale or Retail. Call and see him first
house above the Rolling Mill. "He's there."
O K Poz. Buckets on hand and for sale by
iO GEO W HOLME. S
BED FINS 3 brls.
ed and for sale by.
Bed Pins just receiv
H. B. SMITH, Agen,
JUDGE NYE resumes the practice of the Law.
He will attend the Courts in Meigs and Gallia,
and the other counties of the (present) eighth cir
HOLD ON THERE!
ANDY HAS BUSINESS WITH YOU.
IT is, we believe, not generally understood as
yet, that tha cheapest place to buy Goods in
Pomeroy, is at the New Store of A. L'oiioner, on
Front street, between Lind and Sycamore, in Mar
tin's old stand. This occasion is therefore cm
braced to proclaim the interestine fact to the wnrlil
at lnrge. Having opened business for himself, he
invites those he has so faithfully served for years,
to return in part the favors received:
He has just received a choice stock nf tho vnrv
best quality or goods in the market, embracing all
tuiiis, intufiiucrcs, vesiings, summer
Cloths, Calicoes, Prints, Lawns, Laces, Ribbons,
Handkerchiefs, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Trimmings, &o. Also, Groceries, Spices, Knick
Knacks, aad Jim Craoks. In short, every thing
that prudent, honest, industrious and economical
people may need. Give him a call, as Andy is the
boy to give yoU good bargains.
romeroy, May 1, mi nJOtf
The Great COUGH BEIffEDT.
wmw mm r viMriMr. uil mm than a If un&rtt
ttMitt4 Carca of CnnmtlT Complunu, jwv
. hm that CaaaampOoa esai aol ba eaiad. 6a that tha opla-
ida of Ow BUT or tna law, wa aaau not auempi as arraa wiia
aock. aol ttu wa wiU ml, and do mmri u (Wet, wliica on ba
Broaad in taaaaaada of eaasa, that thu awdicina baa eared
Cngta and auana watch, atara the curat ware eoaetad. ware
aalSd real Caaaamntlaa, and which ware aitandad with
too- Ol uoaa wm a-, aw - .T-"T '
ratal a aaaaa tjaaitunipiiw". . . -
, . I- . m tn k honaleaalT afflicted-.
who had JaaraTaraaKaa CenaBa-faau to tha Brmat,
Bui., aS BaSflMaaltTof Brealaan
toraaba Harta, Fmr WgM-iMh aad waatlnc away
oTthTFlaalTaad Bload. For.cra. havln rjch complaint;
tarabcin cured after I. waa aaidlbey vuld act lire jreek
ba in a
au u UfreYaod iwot Smt&rv in any .ta of dlataaa or under
an clrcunutancea. It effecta Ita waaaerini ana mi
racnloaa taree by Purifying;, Slraaatawaia, and Iavl.
VraUo tha whole .yatem-bjr -Wrtw ?ad
aSnrufn-iia acnon-thiia oliiviw f'ooh-xA Ma
KeeeUndoii" aad aWl.toMaa TixpeoteraUea. ft
COUGHS and CoUk, Branatilti, AiOma, Spitting of BfooaV
JMannna ol Ou l.wtf. Paint On Br mil, Side, and Clint, Aw
eoamm, A'fcrM Sawoti, PnlpitaHim cf Hurl, and all FB
IMALti WEAKNES8K8 and GnantooHt arUUig there
bom, fjholnra Infantum, lie.
er Kor rreol ana particular oi vim, w -'
eta and Ifianflifh all our AgenU hare than) to gire away.
UNDHIES.-Phila.'strain Syrup; ' ''
Cotton Batting; , .;
- . Grass Bed Cords and Plough Lines;
... - .j New Rice; . , ... ,
Grass ahd Hemp Ropes; , ' ' ' '
s Crushed and Loaf Sugar;
" Plough Wings;
Window Glass assorted sizes;
Nails and Spikes assorted.
Just received and for sale by
April 17, 1851. REED &. BRO.
Sale of Real Estate by order of Court.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will, on
: the fith day of July next, at the door of
Court in Meigs county, offer for sale the follow-
ng described parcel ol land situate in said coun
ty, to wit: Being a tract of land in Salisbury
township, now owned and occupied by Royal C.
Grant, commencing at the fall of the rock on
the river hill six rods east of the west line ol
section eight, town two, rouge 13; thence running
north to the north line of the southwest quarter
of said section; thence enst 1-1 rods; thence south
to the face of the rock on the river hill; thence
westerly to the place of beginning. Also, a par
cel of. land fifty feet wide and seventy-five long,
with the coal platform thereon in front ol the
coal arch, or entry, now open in said4iill, with
tho free right of way from said hill to said plat
form, and the common right of way twenty feet
in width from said platform to the river, with the
railway built or laid thereon; also, the lauding
in front, nine rods in width up and down the
Ohio riverf in front of the foregoing property.
uruereu, Dy a uecree ol the uourt ot uommon
Pleas cf Meigs county, to be sold as ths properly
of RotmI C. Grant at the suit of Ann McDauicl.
Appraised at $1,566.
Master Com'r. M. C.
June6, 1851. n35w5. 4 60.
Quires leather bound Spring Back Day
Books for sale very low at
May 8, 1861
milE SUBSCRIBER has lust opened a new
I Confectionary shoo on Front street, above
Lind, where he offers for sale every article in his
lino of business, viz:
NUTS, CAKES, .
During the warm weather he will serve the
choicest Jjfc.HUINADti, ana omer wnoiesome tern
His stock is choice and of the very best quality
He invites the lovers of good things to give him a
call. ROBERT A. SlJJliiJU'l"lU.M.
.1;r.''? STOVE. One Second '"tad
April 17, 1861
JUST RECEIVED a' fresh supply of seasonable
GOODS, which now makes my stock com
plete, consisting nf Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard
ware, Queensware, Iron Ware, Stone Ware, Hats,
Caps. Boots, Shoes, Window Glass, Looking Glass
es, Clocks, Watches, Iron, nails, steel, Leather,
Manilla Ropes, Oils, Fish, Provisions, Cotton
Yams, Carpet Yarns, Carpets, Mill Saws, White
Lime, Plaster Paris, &c. &c.
WM. H. REMINGTON,
Corner Lind and Front streets.
April 17, 1851. n28w4.
N. B. Molasses and Sugar direct from New Or
leans, by the hhd., bbl., half bbl. or retail.
If ALSTON & STIVERS
TTTOULD INFORM their friends that they
V V have survived the fire, 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
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 misfortune. "A word to the
wise is sufficient."
April 17, 1851 n28tf.
Sir John Franklin This brave Naviga-
, tor has not yet been found, and his wife mourns
because she has not his Daguerreotype likeness.
Alas! he put it off until it was too late.
Professor Woollt has taken rooms at A Sted
man's, in Middleport, where he will remain but a
a few days, ready and happy tc wait on those who
maybe so fortunate as to give him a call.
Professor Wooixy 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. A cloudy
day is as good as any.
April 17, 1851 n28w3
Boxes Glassware received and for sale at
GEORGE W HOLMES.
HEAD QUARTERS, N?. 2.
COHEN, has the plea
sure of announcing that
through every obstacle and
in despite of all misfortune
he is again at his post with
a splendid lot of
He has passed through the
fire and has not been found
wanting. Altnough one of
the severest sufferers, yet
through the kindness of
friends, his establishment, Phoenix-like, has risen
from its ashes, with all its former beauty and excel
lence restored. He hopes his buying friends will
rally around him and assist in the work of recover
ing his loss.
His stock consists of Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts,
Drawers, Flannels, Handkerchiefs, 4c dec.
ALSO Cloths, Cassiracrcs, Vestings, Linen
Goods, Summer Cloths, Trunks, Carpet Bags, Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes, and a host of articles which
are snitablo for the season.
As it is ueccssnry to moke quick sales he has re
duced the prices of goods, so that he defies compe
tition, come from where itmay.
Store immediately east of the burnt district.
April 17, 1861 n28tf
iakc Notice All persons indebted to the
subscriber arc rcauested to call and settle
by or before the first day of May next. As he is
determined to square up all accounts as soon as
possioic, we snail do well to settle. ?
If we cannot pay let us settle, and see how we
stand. We can do it a great deal easier and quick
er than any justice of the peace in the State of
NB. A good fssorwient of BOOTS tc SHOES
on hand and foralo by the subscriber, Court
street, Pomeroy. DANIEL FLAN AG IN. .
Pomeroy, April 17, 1861 n28w3 -
lyaaasrWr, bacaoia U la a -and , and m
aartmia to ear Caaaamntlaa of th Linn, Una ai
In iha worUl. Wa know, howayer. that HUM
Tllii Medicine aaa curaa aoioa wm, w... "i-y -
aia atate. bat, by tha lua of Ihia reined, liny
. mnd anlor food healtn. ....
. . .wfeM. mmmmi it a meaa
(1HESIURE FLOUR constantly on hand and
sold cheap for cash bv ;
June 17, 1851. H, B. SMITH.
1. ..-tP -.U. 7 '
a SWiari-TaTi-rar A a
TJi.a r i javar n are a",a -j i
1 1 ill II r i' 1.1
for tho Removal and Permanent Cure
tore of ill
tj aa UnaaJraJ,
And of Uioee Compnti which are ctaied bv
wetKened tc tmhaallby condition or
5BHVOTJB T 8 T 8 Ha
Thil beauUful end eonrenlant application of Ua aiyiat
rloui powera of GALVANISM and MAGNETISM, kaa bee,
pronounced by diitinguiihed phraieiam, both In Europe and
the United gtatea, to be the tt eaiuaola autoine-i iitcftrt
DR. CHRISTIE'S 6ALVANI0 BELT
it med with the moat perfeot and certain noeeee in all oaioe
Strengthening the weakened body, giving tone to the farloua
enrane and Fnrigorating the entire intern. Alee la mY
r.ftAMP. PARALYSIS end PALS If. DYSPEPSIA or INDI.
Epilepsy, lumbago, deafness, nervous the
mor8, palpitation of the heart, apoplexy.
NEURAXOIA, PAINS In the SIDE and CHE8T, LIVER
COMPLAINT, SDNAL COMPLAINT, and CURVATURS
of theBPINE, HIP COMPLAINT, DISEASES of the KID.
NEY8, DEFICIENCY OF NERVOUS end PHYSICAL '
ENERGY, and aU NERVOUS DISEASES, which eompleiute
aria a from one aimple cauae namely,
A Derangement of tba Werrone lyeteai.
(Jr In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Druga and Mcdlclnee
rntrerW a'inan, for they weaken the fital energiei nf tha
already aroitrated eyitem while onder the strengthening,
life civiiig, ritaliiing influence of Galreniam. eppliad by
tail beautiful and wonderful dlicorery, tne exhausted patient
end weakened iuuerer It reitored to former health, itrengtb,
laeticity and vigor.
The greet peculiarity and exoellenoe of
Dr. Christie's Galvanic Curatives, .
.nn.uta in (ha (ant that ihev amet end cure dleeue by aai.
im N I li ira Hrts.i MM ib. i i aa ,ki ai.ii r. aiiiu Lrii n.ui u, uuu a.
ward eppKcetion, in place of the usual mode of drugging and
phiicking the patient, till exhausted Nature sinks hopelessly
ander Uie infliction.
Thfi Hrtntthtn tht leaels sta), retialias ls circulation
tht Uotd, prtnutt tht sicrcliant, and fitter it tht tlighuil
injury under any ctrcvetflenMS. Since their introduction Ur
the United States, only three jean since, more than
7 5.000 Persons
including all ages, classes and conditions, among which were
a large number of ladies, who ire peculiarly subject to Ner.
u Complaints, have been
ENTIRELY AND PERMANENTLY CURED,
when all hope of relief hid been given up, and every thing
else been tried in vein !
To illustrate the use of the GAI,VAJiIC BELT, suppose
the case of a person afflicted with that bene of civlliiation,
DYBPErSIA, or any other Chronio or Nervous Disorder. In
ordinary eases, stimulants are taken, which, by their action o
the nerves and muscles of the stomach, afiord ler""-Tm
lief, but whicn leave tne patient in a lower state, and with in
lured (acuities, after the action thue excited has ceased M w
compere this with the esj resulting from the application of
the GALVANIC BELI .akea DyspepUe sufterer, even .1
the worse symptoms of an attack, and simply tie the .
aronnd Uie body, using the MagneUo Fluid as direct.". ,j
a short period tne insensible perspiration will act on tt, '
Ure element of the Belt, thereby causing 1 Oalvenie cir -Uon
which will pass on to the negaUve, and thence
again to tha positive, thue keeping up a continuous J . . :
circulation throughout the system. Thus Uie w . .
eesee of DYSPEPSIA are PERMANENTLY CUrs: .
FEW DAYS IS OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO ;
C ATE THE DISEASE OF YEARS.
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMO.N'l ? I i
Of Umj most .Undoubted Character,
From all parte of the Country could be given, mule.-: -.
fit every column in this paper !
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
which conclusively proves that
"Truth is stranger than Fiction,''
Rheumatism, Bronchitis and Dyspepsia
REV. SR. LANDI8, A CLERGYMAN
f New Jersey, of distinguished attainments and exslted re
Sinner, New Jorsey, July It, 188
Da. A. II. Chxistii Dear Sir 1 You wish to know at me
whet hee been the result In my own case, of the application
of THE GALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE My reply is
as follows 1
For about futtnfy years t bad been suffering from Dyspep.
lie. Every yesi the symptoms becsme worse, nor muld I ob
tain permanent relief from any course of medical treatment
whatever. About eurlcea years since, In conseqpenee of
frequent exposure to the weather, in the discharge of my
pastoral duties, I became subject to a severe Chronic Rhea.
-m, which for yeer after year, caused me indescribable
: til (be winter of '43 and '44, In eonse
tnguish. 'an.. -,t uizi a inr own end various
oueoce of preechinf a .- - -ttacK"-! by the Bronchi
other churches in this region, I Was ' - -n 'mnwdist
tie, which soon became so severe as to feqnir ' ntJ
suspension of my pastoral labors Jtfy nervota ryi'ea ,
tkorouthly presrraleet, end as my Bronchitis became worse, aa
also did my Dyspepsia end Rheumatio affection thue evin
cing that these disorders were connected with each other
tSrough the medium of the Nervous system. In the whole
phaimacnposia there seemed to be no remedial agent whicr
could reach and recuperate my Nervoue System; every
Jiing that I had tried for this purpose had completely failed.
At last I was led by my friends to examine your inventions,
and (though with no vary sanguine hopes of their efficiency,)
I determined to try the effect of the application of the GAL
VANIC BELT AND NECKLACE, with tha MAGNETIC
FLUID. This waa in June, 184A To av sun asremsn.
vent, lis two oavs air Dxsrcrsia hao aenx im iioht
OAVS I WAS ENABLED TO EESUSIE 1ST rsSTOXAL LAB0SJ NOB
HAVE I SINCE OMITTED A SIN0L8 SEEVICE OH AOCOVNT Of Tni
BaONCMITIS I AND MV RHVDMATIC AVTEOTION has SKTiaiLt
ceased to teoubi.b me. Such li the wonderfnl and happy re
sults of the experiment.
! have recommended the BELT end FLUID to many who
cave been likewise suffering from Neuralgia affections. They
ieve tried them, witm aarrr eesclts, 1 eliive, in avaat
I am, dear air, yen respectfully yuan,
ROBERT W. tANDIf.
le used for ell complaints affecting the Throat or Heed, sack
aa Bronchitis, Inflammation of the Throat, Nervous and Sick
Headache, Dizziness of the Head. Neuralgia In the Face. But
ting or Roaring in the Eers, Deafness, which is generally
Nervous, and that distressing complaint, called Tie Doloreux.
Palsy and Paralysis.
All physicians acknowledge that these terrible diseases
are caused by a deficiency tf jVsrvevt Enerey is the affected
limbs. Da. Creistie's Oalvanio Articles will supply this
deficient power, and a complete and entire aure is this
Severe Dea&ess Cured.
The following is an extract from a letter Istsly receive!
from distinguished physician In tha State of Virginia 1
"A. H. Chbistib, M. D. Dear Sin One of my patients)
unknown tome, obtained your fiaiaenle Belt end jCscelaca
with the Mngfuiic Fluid, for a serious affection of Dssf
nee. The case was that of a lady whose Nervous ivstea
wa much disordered, end her general health poor. Much
wee done previously to the epplicstion of the Belt, bnt with
very little success, and I feel it only right to tell yon, that
tine aha commenced wearing the Belt and using the Fluid,
but a few weeks ego, she has ENTIRELY RECOVERED
HER HEARING, and her general health Is belter than for
Qrj- KTary ease of Deafnesi, frit oe Nervous, as it sue rally
It, can be cured by this wonderful remedy.
DR. CHlTFsTIE'S gf
Are found of vast service in ease of Convulsions or Fits,
Spasmodic Complaints, and general Nervous Affections of the
Head and upper extremities. Also in Palsy and Paralysis, and
all dlseseee caused by t deficiency of power or Nervosa
Energy in the limbs or other organs of the body,
Tie Doloreux and Neuralgia,
These dreadful and agonltlng complaints are saiaweV
Vely rsUtesd by the application of the Ualvanio Belt
iSecelace and Fluid. The Belt diffuses the Electricity
through the system ; the Necklace ha a WeW effect, s,r
the Fluid act diraotly upon tha affected nervee. la these (in
traesing afflictions the appUoatioa NEVER FAILS. -r'
FIT8 AND CONVULSIONS.
These alarming and terrible complaint era always oaosed
by a iertneement cf tkr Vrrees. The Belt, Bbaceletb ans
Fluid will cure nearly every case, no matter how young o
h.-w eld tha natlent. or how confirmed the complaint NO
verous and astonishing proof ua in possession of the pro
the country of the most extraordinary charac
can be given, if required.
BLTNo trouble or inconvenience attends the u
of CR. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC ARTICLES, and
they may bo worn by the most feeble and dslicate,
with ycrfect case and safety. Iu many caiet the
sensation attending their uso it highly pleasant
and agreeable. They can be sent to any part ef
the country. ,
The Galvanic Bell, Three Dollars.
The Oalvanio Necklace, Two Dollars.
The Galvanic Bracelets, One Dollar Eacka
The Mngnctio Fluid, One Dollar.
The articles are accompanied by full and plaia
directions. PauiphlcU with full particulars may
be had of the authorised Agent.
UPmicouii Caution. Baware of Counter
feits and Worthless Imitations.
IJTD. C. M0REHEAD, M. D., General Ageat
for the United States, 132 Broadway, New York.
IP-J. P. FLEMING and D. REED, autlioritea
Agents for Meigs county. . nolOyl.
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