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CAD QUARTERS, N2 2.
isix-J. ." i nOUEX.'tias the nlisauro of mnouri'iinz that
f .JTTAH isj J UitoiiKh every obstacle And in despite of. all
ifdue Bi"? jiuirrtuiK) he in again nl his post witha splendid
" 1TTO tnt -loininjf. no hw passed through tne lire
fee Ttnitila" hwnot been found wanting. Although one of
ti i . nhe severest nulToriTS. yet through the kindiies of.
invads, -Ins establishment, I'htriux-like, lias risen
TUE"'from ,ts "fbu, with all its fortm-i beauty and cxcel
, . . f Icnce restored. Ho hopes his buying friends will
rally around him and assist in the work of reeovct-
'il-i'ig his loss.
C'lofhinir for the Thousands.
lu Cohen, on Front street, ia dispensing .0 his
liuntles customers the moat superb, convenient,
p cneap ana auraoie articles 01 uoming coi nsaiu
f in the annals of tirco. Come one and all and
1 habit,i. Summer nnods of all descriptions for
tJt We read that in the doys of old,
1 Tlic Pool sung of mystio Love,
a J,MV iUi LUU UWJfcJJ"" ..... 11 pi ....
i in these sUniai we shall prove.
f T-V. r'kan rrivp vmir attstntina:
J)ut for the best now inmgs nave cnaugiu,
Facts of imoortance he will mention!
X)b Front itreet, at the old stand.
As evary person surely knows, . ,
He always keeps a fresh supply "
Of tastv. good, and well made clothrsi
Cloaks and ooats of every cut and kind,
To please tbe most fastidious mind;
- Tants and vests flic very lest,
V He ever kerns on Jiandj
' Collars and Shirts and fancy Hals,
The latest style within the landj
Fine cloth and silk plush caps,
Marietta Shoes and Boots,
'' And fancy gentlemen's furnishing goods,
Cotton, Silks, Linens and Hosiery,
Carpet Bags, Trunks and Jewelry
There is no scarcity.
. Those wno would be wise will com and buy
of his supply, on Front between Court and Lind
streets, et Cohen's Headquarters.
Tomoroy, June 26, 1851. n38tf.
'" ii ' A new RD(' Terv handsome one seat BUGGY;
and one as good as new with two seats.will be
sold at less than cost. HbLU a BHU l lltn.
June 20, 1861.
O Log chains and Mathooks;
iloes Fakes and Forks;
Long Hntidlc Shovels;
X Cut Saws;
Steelyards nnd Hand Sroler;
One large warehouse Scales;.
For edit very cheap.
REED &. BROTHER.
S loves. Two medium size office Stoves used
only one winter just as good as new, for sale
very low by REED 4 BROTHER.
: H TV.B.Y!VT,"sjcJEk3-3Q2
at fV HL'AT'I'.ID DOZEN W'Lane
VTCVl Tcrui';fr.i:eforsulattl 15 per c
f June IWi. E. S. Ef
r dnin by
J vlic tl attention of Country Merchants to
1. luy stock of Notions and Fancy Goods, which
can be sold at low prices and on reaonali!e terms,
C'jiinisting in jinrlof the fallowing articles:
KOU piceiM Boniut, Ofip and Taffeta Ribbons;
100 dozTuuk, Siiie, Dressing ami Fine Uoinbs;
KK) 7 hiw and colored Spool Thrcpd;
100 lbs. " Skein do
1.00 " Black ssnorled Patent do
r00' dos. Artificial Flowers;
100 " Elfmsntary Spelling Books;
5!0U ' Umn asrend';rs; ,
-Sua arnica Hooks sod tyss;
300 " Firl nnd Agate Shirt Buttons;
600 " Coat and Pant do
00 It. P-lain and Ribbed Percussion Cajia;
60 Rockwell &. Son and Bates' Needles;
60 doz Men's Cotton and Lisle Thread Gloves;
20 " Berlin Lined nnd Wool Gloves;
61) " Ladies' Lisle Thread and Cotton do
SO Kid and Silk do
2 " Military Shavinc Eep;
60 " Rators;
20 ' Clothes and Hair Brunhfs;
W " Shaded Comforts;
ItKi " Mi-Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge aud Pills;
60 Paiks Pins;
Laces, Edgings, Fringes and Plaid Grtcianetlc;
Kiiknnd Worsted Coat BiDdingf, Kilk Thread
nad Tv.idt, Ac. Ac.
E. S. EDWARDS.
Poweroy, April 17, 1831.
Cuba Expedition Successful!
that enenp oiove More man uijjij
H'kau,, is 011 hand again with the larg'
Srst stock of STOVES ever brought toi
this market, selected with the greatest care, em
bracing every variety of style and faish, with the
latest and most improved Patents. Among late
receipts of Stoves at his store we notice the fol
lowing: CELEBRATED ROTARY STOVE,
CHILD'S OHIO PATENT,
CELEBRATED COAL STOVE ENTERPRISE,
QUKKN CITY do
Ail of the best materials and warranted. He also
keeps oh" hand large supplies of custom made TIN
WARE, which he will sell to merchants and oth
ers lower than th twite article can be bought in
O'Don't forget the CneAf Tin and Stoti Stom
under the Riheldarfer House.
Pomeroir, May 16, 1861 n32tf.
(OlLKT AHCTIOJ'EEU.-That Cheap
JHUie Store man BILL Pit ALL, has been np
piiiited,iualified, and given bond as Auctioneer
for Meigs county.
lie will receive on comimsiion and sell goods
on the lowest terms. Call at the No. 1 Stove store,
fomeroy, March 27, 1861 no27tf.
" W7 aBn A new tw0 n0Me WAGON well
'' It V V ironed and complete ia all particulars, foi
rpIIE 8UBSCK1BEK bus on hand and is prepa-
red to sail all kinds of Buggies one or two
horse mnnwnciureu trom the best materia is, and
'(f the Intwt styles. The prices arc very reasona
ble, aud tU work warranted. Those wishing to
panJiOte out of thec ind:kp mable -articles of
comfort are invited to call.
HEX J AMIS STIVERS.
Fomeviy, May 8, Hit.
jVJ OT1CE At ray instance an sttoclnucnt was
! this day issued by WiHinin II Clark, aJus
1 lice of the Fence of Olive township, of the coun
ty of Meigs, ppaiMSt tli property and affects of
Uocie W Snus, an al won.linjj debtor. Dated this
29th day of April, 1861
JOHN II. PARKER.
Slay B, 18M.--iiSlwjp.I
r'rc Fioof Paint.
BLAKE'S Fire and Water Proof Paint (in oil)
Do do do Dry
.:& Bll. Loisvil!e White Limn;
a Bt'is. Uyilraulie C'cnn nt;
1 do Calcined Plaster Pariii
(i Fids. N. O. Molase)
0t;0 lbf. 2t. O. kiUf-nr;
6 i I! lids. QuceiiS and GUfsvrnre;
30 Bnxej Window Olcss (assorted the) :
In i lnre and l' r snLe by
WM. H. REMINGTON,
Corner of Front and Lind tts.
, June C, 1381. n'J.'iwJ.
( HFIIKY'X COKDIAJ-, and Bate-
VJI .i.n'j Diope, 6 cts j.r bot. at FLEMING'S
flhci iil Sale,
H v '.;if cf two writs of alias vend. ex. to mc
diftlcd. oiic fr.iin t.fu? fonrt of common pleas of
X'.lif'Ji.t fjunty. aiid ono irnin the court of coin
ninr.pKr.sof Vintcu county, Ohio! will offer at
ptiidiv i;aic on .floniay, ifle 4 in iwy 01 August,
I!, beiwetu the hours iireseribed by law, at.th'
mill of Downing Si Ce in Coalpit, the following
pr- piriy to wit: One Double Engine ft Boiler
und U.rt-v run of mill slottcs. OlTurid as the prop
erly (' It. Diivriiiig el. l. ut rlic suit of Uamp'
ton. .Simih A Cm. AI. V. COLLIN'S, 8. M. C.
Drs, Tit' i t "U band and f"toie by
i JOHN PrtOBS Si. CO,
yhtrrx z aooveiMuyior run uriuirc
- - - - W -j. - Mj
I I ANING lately enlarged their cslablishiuen
1.1 and erected a steam engiue in the turning
department, have now the most complete and test
arranged and appointed
in Uiisj part of Ohio , All kinks of Furniture will
bo manufactured at the lowest prices, vix:
. Rosewood, Mahogaup and Black Walnut setts,
carved, ornamental aud plain, suitable for parlors,
drawin? anil bc ynums.
Persons desiring any '"articles in the Furniture
r.. v : . ,1- ... 1
liiiv, iiuuj inc piuinusL 10 1110 iitutst, ctiaut auu
costly, are resjieetfully invited to call. "
, The following articles will be made to order:
Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Bedsteads, Cupboards,
and all kinds of household furniture: also '
Tete a late sofas; . Tete a tete divans; :
Conversation Chairs; Kaception chairs;
Rosewood parlor do Mahogany parlor chairs;
HiacK walnut so i;ane sent - do
Mahog'y rocking do. Piano stool do.
Sofns in plush, hair and cloth covers,
Divans do do . do ' do
Ottomans, mahogany French bedsteads; -Hack
walnut do .. do
Marble top centre tables; . -
Marble top dress bureaus; '" ? " '
Marble top fancy stands, '
; Mahogany wardrobes, Secretaries and "
Book cases, wori stands, toilet tables, Ac.
(trAll orders promptly attended to. ,
Cofiins of every description ma
nufactured promptly to the time. febl4u20tf.
T our Friends and CnMoonei's. .
TX7"E thus eec leave to inform you and thro'
V V your kindness ouraad your friends of your
neighborhood and elsewhere not forgotting our
enemies if any there be that we are now receiv
ing direct from New Orleans and the .'astern cities
a Fresh Stock of Groceries, which we
are now offering for sule at room No 6, Front street,
Portsmouth, Ohio, and have rmde arrangements to
be be supplied during the season from same places.
Our stock will at all times cousist of everything
in the Grocery ine.
Although in the matter of purchasing and-in now
efl'ering our goods for sale, we frankly confess that
we have been an'dsU are directed mainly by a
desire to promote our own interests yet it will
nevertheless afford us great pleasure to accommo
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 fiom
using, leafing to others (less modest men than our
selvas) to derive all the odvantages that n intelli
gent communitv msv concede to this kind of boasting-
OAKEt dt BUSKJRK.
T. 1. OAKTS.
V. W. RUSK1SK.
OAKES & BUSKIKK,
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in Rectified Whis-
kGy, Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
No. 6, Front S., Portsmouth, Ohio
Sugar ICO bhds Prir.e New Orleans Sugar,
on hand end for sale low by
OAKES A BUSK1RK.
T l olasses 400 bbls new crop, 011 handand
1 for sale at No 6. -
OAKES A BUSKIRK-
io Coft'ee S00 Bags' superior article just
received eiQ lor sale at io b.
OAKES r BUSKIRK.
No against the World I
170R good artices at ow prices.
2 OAKES A BUSKIRK.
ITtall Assortment We are now receiving
. large additioas to our stock of Groceries,
which we ore selliug very low for cash. Come and
examine for yourselves.
GBKES A BUSKIRK.
O'lOt. Foi'Ir nnd W wo u.-cii.
O 20 kegs Powder Dupont's bst; 2000 Bars.
Lead- For sale at No 6.
OAKES A BUSKIRK.
j oa p nnd Caudles A good artisle of both,
5 on hand and for sale low by the box.
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
Cigars 20 Boxes Fine Principcs;
10 Boxes Canoncs;
16 do Fine Havanna;
60,0(10 Half Spanish;
10,000 Common; on hand and for sale low
by OAKES & BUSKIRK-
ITMour Always on hand and for sale bv
' OAKES A BUSKIRK.
S1I. molasses 20 Barrelsvnd 10 half bar-
rels, for sale by
yc "Whiskey 60 Barrels Old Rye, for sale
OtNofi. UAririS C bUMllnlv.
f I var, Fitch and Oakum on hand and
X for sale at No 6 by
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
rPobaceo 20 Fine Virginia Leaf;
1 10 do Missouri do:
10 do Virginia Fives;
10 do do Eights;
16 do Missouri Twelves;
on Kens k'v Kit) Ttl'ijtt-
received from the manufacturers, and for sale low
NOB. UAK.1SS 01 HLbrvlKK.
Reclined Whiskey From 100 to 500 bar
rels, always on hand and for sale low nt No 6.
OAKES & BUSKIRK.
CllALW-600 bushels shelled Corn in bbls.
J 300 " Oats in Sacks;
250 " Very fine Potatoes;
100 " Dried Apples A 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 A BRO.
IUIUItEIt. Bedstead Lumber;
i Sheeting Boards;
For sole very low for cash by
April 17, 1861. REED A BRO.
DP. S. D. HOWE'S
SIIAKEH S A It SAP A KILL A.
'IHE Great Spring and Summer Medicine.
JL Preof. More evidence. Read it. It is from
a young lady residing in our city.
Cincinnati, FeVilli, 1861.
This is to certify thnt my sister, Mary C. Bclman,
was attacked with a disease in her hip, more than
three years ago, which rendered her so utterly help
less tha'. she was compelled to keep her bed. AH
hopes of her recoverp were despaired of. Some of
the most eminent physicinns of Coviuiiton and Cin
cinnati attended her, all of whom declared hej
case a hopeless one. Passing by Dr. Howe's de
pot, an idea suggested itself, that to try one bottle
of his Shaker Sarsaparilla could do 110 horm. Ac
cordingly 1 purchased one bottle, and before its
contents were entirely used she received benefit.
I was induced to try another, and another; before
the last W8S used she had nearly recovered. Now
she has no pain, can walk, and has the eutire use
of her limbs. To Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla we
attribute this effectivs cure. It is but a few months
since she commenced taking it.
(Sigacd) J. C. BELMAN.
. Cincinnati Daily Commercial.
Remcuibtr this wonderful and astonishing ture
was effected by the use of three bottles onl ' of
Dr. 6. D. How's Shaker Sareapnrilla, the Great
Spring and Summer Mcdiciv.e.
BEAR IN MIND
t is the only Sapapsrilla that acts upon the liver
kidneys and blood at tha snmetime, which renders
it altogether more valuable to everyone, particu
Dr. Mussey, professor iu the Ohio Meilical Col
lege, says the Shaker preparations arc truly valua
ble, and recommends them to the public.
No Mercury no Mineral no Poisonous Drugs
iu the Shaker Sarsaparilla.
It is warrauted to be.
PURELY AND ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
s(iiil u a family medicine it has no equal.
ne sure yo nvuire tor s. D. Howe s Shaker
Sarsaparilla, vnd take no other.-
Quart bottles tl per bottle; six bottles for aft.
For sale by D. Reed, Pomcroy; MoguetA. Nsret,
Gallipohs; McVey A- Co., Portsmouth, 01 i i; and
by by Dr. S. D. Howe, No. 1 College Hail, Cincin
sati, Ohio, to whom all orders must be addressed
MEXICAN MU&TANiCJ LINIMUAT.
The subscriber has been appointed wholesale
far this world renowned Liniment, and
will furnish the trade with it at the proprietors
prieelo.0Q pr grow or f 1,50 a doten.
J. P, FLEMING,
THE UNDERSIGNED have now received their
stock of Spring and Summer GOODS, con
sisting in part as follow -
200 pes. i'riuis the newest and 'most fashionable
styles; . -
26 ' Furniture Cliintx very rich; "-." n
24 " Satinetts, Ermine Cloth, Cassimeres and
Kerseys, - ' " ' ' ;'
26 " Kentucky Jeans, various colors;
25 ' " Blue Black, Figured and Col'd Alpacas;
25 " Eastern Linseys, of various colors; ;,
25 " New style Ginghams; ,.. . .'
200 bolts Brown Muslin, 4-4 best; -
100 " " " 3-4 cheap j ; ; ;
26 pes. Flannels, all colors;
60 " Bleached Muslins, all-prices; " -'
Bleached and Brown Drills and Canton Flannels;
Anrnn Check and Check Shirtincs:
Shawls Thibet Wool, Silk Embroidered A. Plaid;
Cashmere and D'Lane Dress Goods, very nana-.
'tome;' '. " av . 1 tr
10 cases Hats and Cops, New styles; f.;n t. ;
Hmbrpllna. Cnnwt Ki' and Satchels; , t " j
Jaconets, Cnmbricks, Book. Swiss A Mull Muslins;
Saddle Trees and Buggy Hames; t: . , -f
Oil and Gum Cloth; t "
Patent Dash Leather and Coach Lace; -Harness
Trees New style;
Carpet Bng Frames and Trunk Locks; . '.':
Buckles, Untile Bitts ana Hitrrupsj . - ,
Rein Snsns. Terrets and Water Hooks;
Spurs, Saddle Plush and Strain Wsbb;
Harness aim Marungaic Mings;
Bridle and Shoe Thread and Silk:
Strain Web aud Girthing) - : '. ;
Saddler's Needles, Awls, Punches snd Hammeis;
Cutting Knives and Cutting Thrusts; .
Fad Screws, spot, ana urassnaiis; . - .
Brass Buggy kiands and Carriage Handles and
Hinires! "'! , : - ' ' "'' i
Buggy and Carriage Springs and Dash Frames;. '
Curtain Cloth and Leather; . v
And every other article in Saddlers' line. '
50 different kinds of Locks and Latches;
All kinds of Files and Rasps; . . ' , . '
All kinds of Chisels and Plain Bitts;
All ki-nds of Augers and Bitts;
All-kinds of Saw Sets and Gimblets; '
Mill, gcroll and Hand Saws;
Tenon, Circular and Key Hole Saws;
Wood and 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 kmas;
Sash and screw arm Pullies;
Brass and Mahogany Knobs;
Anvils, Vices and Screw Plates;
Bellows' and SledZe Hammers;
And a great variety other articles in this line.
joois auu sitoes.
5 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 Chbildren's small shoes sup.
10 " Ladies and Mistcs Kid Slipper,, and thick
- soled Shoes.
We especially invite the public to call and ex
amine our stock. We liave now the largest and
best selected stock we have ever hud; 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 terms.
. REED a BltU l Hi.l.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1851. n28tf.
FAMILY MEDICINES. '
rp HE subscriber has been appointed agent .for
1 the sale of the celebrated works, medicines
and Instruments of Dr. Fitch, viz:
on the cause, treatment, and permanent cure of
Patent Steel Springs, Shouidcr Braces, Silver Ex
Including Pulmonary Baisam, Pectoral Expecto-.
rant, Pure Medical Cod Liver Oil, Pulmonary
Liniment, Heart Corrector, Humor Corrector, De
purative Syrup, Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture, Cathar
tic Pills, Cholera and Cholie Specific, Vermifuge,
The above ,onn the system of treotment of Pul
monary Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases,
Ac, which has been so eminently successful in
relieving and curing those ditct-sed. All the above
remedies are prepared by Dr. F. for his practice,
and warranted good. His repeutution, founded
on success, will recommend them to the afflicted,
who will find Dr. Fitch's "Guide to Invalids," a
valuable book. It is given away at the store of
the agents. Those suffering from falling of the
womb will find Dr. F.'s Supporter light nnd plea
sant, and fitting perfectly, and at the same time
most efficient. The Shoulder Brace, also is ligW
and efficient. The articles alone, or taken to
gether, are unsurpassed by any article ever made.
J. P. FLEMING, only agent for Meigs county;
also, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, and dealer
in Glassware, Window Glass, French, English,
German and American Chemicals, Ac. Ac, in
Remington's building, Front street.
September 19, 1860. yl.
CHARLES N- MAD
DY, begs leave to in
form the citizens of this
vicinity that he may be
found at his residence
in Shcllild, at all hours,
when not professionally absent. He is prepared
to execute all operations pertaining to the profes
sion, in a style of neatness, ease and durability.
TEETH inserted in complete or parts of setts,
upon gold plate, with or without artificial Gums, in
so accurate a manner, as to deceive the closest ob
server. Hiscliorges shall in all cases be lowland gradu
ated according to the amount of labor a ud material
expended; pledging himself to give entire satisfac
tion in all cases entrusted to his care.
O-LADIES waited upon at their residences, if
CfThe NERVE killed nnt he Tooth saved with
out sensation of pain to the patient.
ICTThe Letheoft will be used for extracting
Teeth, if required.
CANCERS, all kinds; old RUNNING SORES,
SCROFULA, FITS, RHEUMATISM, first and se
cond stages of CONSUMPTION, on moderate
He invites the afflicted portion of the community
to give him a call. A fair trial is all be asKs.
May 1, 1851 n30tf. J
lilt. J. W. NPItV. Knrirenn
visit POMEROY, in the first week of
the months of June, September, December and
David Paden, Jerome Paden, John O. Paden,
Alexander Pnden, Elizabeth Paden, Olivia Paden,
A Elizaboth Paydcn, are hereby notified that on the
18th day of September. 1850, Elson Paden filed in
the Court of Common Plcus of Meigs county,
Ohio, a bilfin chancery against them. The ob
ject and prayer of which bill is, to enable and
compel the saia uaviu raiten anu jonn u. rauen,
as Administrators of the estnte of James Paden,
deceased, to convey to th- said Elson Paden 100
acre lot No. 2C5, in sections Ncs. 6, 12, and 18, in
town No. 1, range No. 12; and 60 seres, being the
south half of 11)0 acre lot Wo. 2(G, in sections 1
and 7, in town No. 2, range No. 12, in said Meigs
couuty, Ohio, in pursuance of a contraot between
the said Elson and the decedent, as set torth in
said bill; or that the said David, Jerome, John O.
Alexander, Olivia and Elizabeth Paden, as the
heirs at low, and Elizabeth Paden, as the widow
o, the said James Pnyden, bo compelled to re
lease to the said Elson thai "interest in said land,
on the snid Elson paying any balance that may be
found to be due from him. And the above na
med persons arc further notified that unless they
shall appear and plead, answer or demur to said
bill, within sixty days after the next term of said
court, the said Elson, at the term next thereafter
will apply to said oourl to take the niattters of said
bill as confessed, and to decree thereon accord
ingly. T. A. PLANTS,
Solicitor for Compl't
July 10, 1851. n40w6. 85 25.
Administrator's Notice. .
THE subscriber lias been appointed and qnaAi
ed as Administrator on the estate of Loienio
Dowf late of Coaluort, Meies county, deceased.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment; and those having
claims against against said estate will present
them to duly authenticated lor settlement within
one year from this date.
JONATHAN D. HOFF, Adm'r.
Sheffield, M.-t? 3, 1S51. nMw3.
CLEAR THE TRACK!
. imADIXG'S KEW DEPOT t
One door below Crkteford $ ' Slier'i store,
' Front HretU Pomeroy Ohio.
J UST RECEIVED from Cincinnati a large and
well relected stock of READY MADE CLO
THING, which has nefer been surpisied in qual
ity or price in this itarket. 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 aufctuntial goods and cheap
prices .vrf? , ' - ; v . , ,
My stock consists f Dress, Frock and Sack
Coat . Pantaloons, V :sts, Shirts, Undershirts,
Drawers, Furnishing Gi ods, Cravats, Caps, Trunks
Ac. Also, a superior article of Tailor's Shears
and Points; tn article kppt nowhere else in Pome
roy. -; v .... ,),, . , ; " '
The undersigned doss not feel it necessary to
boost of the great -variety and cheapness of his
stock. He knows, that an examination 01 his
goods will tell more potently in their favor than
all the 'high-faluting' words to be found in Wslk
er and Webster, could say for them. He there
fore leaves it for othes, whose stock needs to be
praised,' to tell about) the variety, goodness,- and
cheapness of their g'ds. His goods spenk for
themselves, as all competent Judges must deridr.
Thev are STRONG AD WELL MADE, and he
mtjoly asks those wishing to. 1 ' " '
. I'lircnaKe loinmg t neap,
To call upon hurt below buying elsewhere, as he
is confident he can sell them more Fashionable
and better Clothing at CHEAPER RATES than
any other establishment in the oounty. ;
', ' W 1LL1AM BHAD1NU.
Pomeroy, April 17, 1851. n28
Wstar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
The Great Remedy for Consumption of the Lungs,
Affections of the Liver, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Pains or Weakness of the Breast or Lungs, and
other affections of the Pulmonary Organs.
P-WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
is a fine herbal medicine, composed chiefly of Wild
Cherry bark end the genuine Iceland Moss, (the
latter imported expressly for this purpose,) the
rare medical Airtues of which are also combined
by a new chemical process, with the extract of
tar thus rendering tne whole compound me most
certain and efficacious' remedies discovered for
Consumption or tuc Lungs.
Intiskbtinp CoaaESFONDENcB. Dr. William V.
Banks, of Xenia, Ohio, a highly respectuble drug
gist in that delightful village, has informed us that
unparalleled. The demand for it is so eoger, that
he can scarcely keep himself supplied with it.
He has had in his store medicines for lung affec
tions. Some of these were esteemed good, and
some gave temporary relief. But since he has hod
Wistar"s Balsam of Wild Qhcrry, 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 CuaEs! Whenever Wistar"s Balsam of Wild
Cherry i introduced, it at once attains that high
retsisifon which it so richly deserves. Whatcan'
nrevent 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
following cure of Jeremiah isgngg, 01 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
tallowing: . -
ricosani ttiuge, n amnion wo., v., i
-... September 27, 1850. J
J. D. Patk Dear Sir: I take the liberty of ad
vising you of the benefit I have derived from the
use or Dr. Wislar s Balsam 01 him inerry. j
was prostrated by that terrible scourge Consump
tion, in Moy lost. 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 the worst teatures ot the disease; 1 had
a distressing cough, and expectorated a great deal
of blood, hectic fe&er, 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 I was taken sick until about six
weeks since, being then about helpless, and my
friends considering my case hopeless, of at least
beyond the reach of my physician's skill, advised
the use of Wistar's Balsom of Wild Cherry.
Without my knowledge, my father procured it,
and commenced using it. I was able to be out and
oversee my business and labor, which 1 still con
tinue to do. 1 have taken four bottles of the me
dicine, and now consider myself well. I make
this statement to induce others that are attlicted
as I have been, to maks 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.
SpaiNoriELD, Ky., May 14, 1845.
Messrs. Sanford A Park: 1 take this opportuni
ty of informing you of a most remarkable cure
performed upon me oy tne use oi nr. wisiars
Balsam or Wiidunerry. ..
In the year 1840 I was taken with the yiflama
tion of the bowels, which I labored under for six
weeks, when I gradually recovered. In the Fall
of 1841 1 was attacked with a severe cold, which
seated itself upon my lungs, and for the space of
i ! a 1 . .. . l 1 T 1 .11
Miree years 1 waa counucu iu my ueu. i meu an
kinds of medicines and every variety of aid with
bencfit; and thus I wearied along until the winter
of 1845, when I heard vf Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry. ... , .... .
My friends persuaded me to give it a fair trial,
though I had gives" un-all hopes of reoovery, and
had prepared myself for the change of another
world. Through their solicitations, 1 was in
duced to make use of the genuine Wistar's Bal
sam of Wild Cherry. Tee effectj was truly aston
ishing. " ' ' '- - ' '
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
physicians 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
Moy the blessings of God rest upon the proprie
tors of so valuable a medicine as Wistar Balsam
of Wild Cherry. . Yours, respectfully,
W. H. BAKER.
The genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
has afnc simile of the signature of Henry Wistar,
M. D. Philadelphia, and Sanford A Park. En.
graved wrapper. No other can be genuine.
Sold by J. D. PARK, (successor to Sanford A
Park,) Fourth and Walnut streets, Cincinnati,
Ohio, General Agent for the South and West, to
w horn a) 1 orders m ust be addressed . 1 1 is also sold
by the following persons: '
D. Reed, Pomeroy; O. W. Cooper A Co., Ches
ter; John Frame, Coolville; J. Capehart A. Co.,
Point Pleasant; John Perkins, Athens; Muguet A
Noret, Gallipolis; 8. S. Murray, Wilkcsville; G. J.
Payne, Porter. ... i . i ,
January 9, 1851.r-nl5m4,
RIIIELDAIltTll HOUSE, Front
street, I'otucroy, Ohio The sub
scriber has fitted up large and commodious house
near the Steamboat Landing, where he 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 a large number of boarders, and rooms can be
had for private families en the most reasonable
- He thinks from the long experience thnt 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 stall times be reiidy to wait upon the trav
eling public with their bitggage.i i
F. B. RIHELDARFER, j
Pemwoy, Dormibft 12, 1650. nK;m8. 1
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER 1
THE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID.
Or Cirts trie Juice t
A GREAT DYSPEPSIA CURER,
PREPARED from Rennet, or the fourth stomach
1 of the Ox, after directions by Baron Liebio,
the great Physiological Chemist, by J 8 HOUGH
TON, M D, No 11, North Eighth street, Philadel
This is a truly wonderful remedy for INDIGES
TION, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, CONSTIPA
TION, LIVER COMPKAINT, and DEBILITY,
curing after Nature's on method, by Nature's own
method, the Gastric Juice.
Half a teaspoonfull of this Fluid, infused in
water, wiU digest or dissolve Fiv Pounds of Roast
Beef id asoct two hours, out of the stomach,
' Scientific Evidence I
Baron Liebiu, in bis 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.
maohof 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 the human stomach." "'
Dr Pere:ra, in Ms famous treatise on "Food snd
Diet," published by Fowlers A Wells, New York,
page 33, states the same great fact, and describes
the method of preparation. There are few hicher
authorities than Dr. Pereira. ' - ' -.
Dr Couar., in bis valuable writings on the Phys
iology of Digestion, observes that "adimunition
of the due quantity of the Saatric Juice is a
prominent and all-prevailing cause of-Dyspepsia;"
and he states that "a distinguished professor of
medicine in London, who was severely afflicted
with this complaint, finding everything else to fail,
had recourse to the Gastric Juice,. obtained from
the stomach of living animals, which proved com
Dr Graium, author of the famous works on
;-Vegetable Diet," soys: "It is a remarkable fact
in physiology that the stomachs in animals, mace
rated in water, impart to the fluid the property of
dissolving various articles of food, and of effecting
a kind of artificial digestion of them' In no wise
different from the natural digestive process."
Dr Simon's great work, the "Chemistry of Man,"
(Lea A Blanchard, Phila, 1846, pp 824-2) says:
"The discovery of PEPSIN forms a new era in the
chemical history of Digestion. From recent ex-
perimcats we know that rood is dissolved as rapid
ly in an an artificial digestive fluid, prepared from
Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastrio Juice itself."
Professor Dunoijson, of the Jefferson College,
Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Physi
ology, devotes more than fifty pages to an examina
tion of this subject. His experiments with Dr.
Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice, obtained from the
living human stomach and from animals, 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 HoooiiTON's DreDorations of PEPSIN has Dro-
duccd the most marvellous effects, curing cases of
ucuuny, .emaciation, nervous Decline, ana Dys
peptic Consumption, snpposed to be on the very
verge of the grave. It is impossible to give tho de
tails of cases in the limits cf this advertisement
but authenticated certificates have been given of
more man 't'WU HLJNDKED BEMAKKABLE
CURES, in Philadelphio, 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 Complaint, Fever and Ague, and the evil ef
fects of Quinine, Mercury, and oilier drugs upon
the Digestive organs, after a long sickness. Alto,
for excess in eating, and the too free use of ardent
spirits'. It also reconciles Health with Intemper
ance. OLD STOMACH COMPLAINTS.
There is no fonn of OLD STOMACH COM
PLAINTS which it does not seem to reach and re
move at once. No matter how bad they may be, it
GIVES INSTANT RELIEF! A single dose re
moves all the unpleasant symptoms, and it only
needs to be repeated, for a short time, to make these
good effects permanent- PURITY OF BLOOD
..inrton Ad Dnnu .iiMl. -,M . . - t
ticutariy excellent in cases of Nausea; Vomiting,
Cramps, Soreness of the pit of the Stomach, dis
trefj after eating, low, cold state of the Blood,
Heaviness, Lowness of 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
uuuuhtujn, Al u, sole proprietor.
Sold by agents in every town in the United Slates,
and by respectable dealers in Medicines generally.
Also, for sole at the Drug Store of D. REED,
Pomeroy, Ohio- april24n29yl.
TVT otice There will be a netition nrescnted
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 Swearcngcn's land; thence a
northwest course to William Davis' barn; thence
through said Davis' land and F. Andrews' land to
the northeast comer of said Andrews' land, thence
through W. Haycock's land, keeping on the east
side of a certain run to widow Edmundson's fence;
thence on the east side of the run close to the hill,
to intersect the road at James R. Graham's ashery.
April 17, 1851. n28w4pd.
Hold on There!
ANDY HAS BUSINESS WITH YOU.
IT is, we believe, not generally understood as
yet, that the cheapest place to buy Goods in
Pomeroy, is at the New Store of A. Louoner, on
Front street, between Lind and Sycamore, in Mar
tin's old stand. This occasion is therefore em
braced to proclaim the interesting fact to the world
at large. Having opened business for himself, he
invites those he has so laithlully served lor years,
to return in part the favors received:
He has just received a choice stock of the very
best quality or goods in the market, embracing all
kinds of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Summer
Cloths, Calicoes, fruits, Lawns, Laces, Ktbbons,
Handkerchiefs, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Trimmings, Ac. Also, Groceries, Spices, Knick
Knacks, and Jim Cracks. 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 gnoii bargains.
' A. LOUBNER,
Pomeroy, May 1, 1851 nSOtf
Barbcr-ous Removal I
T) J. ADDISON has removed his Barber Shop
J. to Court street, where he may always be
found roady and willing to serve his patrons in the
neatest and most fashionable style." Feeling thanks
lul tor past patronage, he would respectfully soli
cit those who desire to have their countenance.
scraped, and hsir trimmed neatly, to give him a
With razor sharp and water hot,
He'll always be found on the spot,
Ready to serve all who please to call,
Both old and young, and great and small:
Then don't delay, but come along
And have it done up neat and strong.
Pomeroy, May 22, 1861 n33tf
TV! OTICE. The undersigned has beenspnoint-
.l ed and qualified as Administrator on the
estate of Mary Kent, late of Me'igs county, dee'd
June 12, 1851. n36w4pd. ,. . .
WASIIINO SODA Only Sets. prlb.
1 ESTHER CHASE, widow, Royal Chose, John
j Chase, Samara Chase, and Oscar Chase, heirs
at law of Abel Chase, jr., deceased, will take no
tice thnt a petition was filed against Ihem on the
24th day of March, 1851, in the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs county, by Nicholas Stanbury, and
is now pending therein, wherein the said Nicho
lss Stanbury demands partition of the following
real estate, to-wit: all the real estate of which the
said Abel Chnso, jr., died, seized in said county,
ana winch is particularly described in snid neti
tion; and that at tho next term of said court ap
plication will be mado by the snid Nicholas Stan
bury for an order that partition may be made of
saia premises. jn. bi ANtJIjKx.
July S, 1851 n40w6. . $3 50.
BOUNTY LAND. For those who served in
the War of 1812 with Great Britain or any of the
I ndian. 1 have received a copy of the late Act of
Congress, passed beptemuer 28, 186U, grunting
oounty land, dec, and am prepared to procure
lands under the provisions of said.
. Those desiring information concerning their
rights to lands can be informed by application to
me. noonange win oe maue except in cases pro
ving successful, and in suob charges will be reason.
! The Great COITGII REMEDY.
Muy jam of mxrlmee, ud mora thsn a Hundred
Thnaannd Cam of Cnmptlve Complaint, hav
proved U the andoubled Mttraction of all peraona wbo have
(com acquainted with thla awaaVW rfrfa, thai II la aren t
iy superior, beeanao It la taotUmg and healing, ana mm
eertalo to care Coaxaoiptloa of the Laaaa, Ulan any
other Remedy In the world. We know, howarer, that it la aaid
by tome that Conaunptioa can Dot be eared. Be that tha opin
ion of U many or the few, we eball not attempt to arana with
neb, but thla wo will aa, and do ejtrr, aa a fact, which can bo
proved tn thoaoanda of caeee, that thla medicine kao eared
C'eaoa, and diMaw which, atere the eoree were effected, were
called real Cennamptlea, and which were attended with
,HiHu that reeembled, and were hi all raawM IHu the eymp.
torn of thoae waa aVa, and warn dead are aald to have ditd with
that fatal dlanaeo Conanmpttoa. Thla Balaam haa cured
ttooMnda of pereone wbo ware aaid to bo hopeleeely afflicted
who had aarif, dry, reaViea Ceaaba Pu tn tae Breast.
SkJa, and Aoeb-liimcnlty af Hreathlna-JWJol iX,e
tonOm Htetit FmrKigM-Smmli and waMtn away
of the Fleoh and Blood. Paraoaa baring anch complainta
hare boon cured after tl waa aaid they andd net lire a week
longer. Thla Medicine haa eared avrne who wore euppoeed to
bo In a dylaar state, but. by the rjo of thla remedy, they
ow live, and enjoy good health. -
This Balaam la sarafy s aayataMa amcound; II la pleaa
ant to take, and nstr im injwy In any etak;e of d laeaae ot ander
onyclrcnmatancea. It eflacta Its wonderful and almovt ail
racnloas Cares by Parlfylna;, 8irenfikmma, and I avis;
ratine; tho whole eyaiem by eovaitoing aW laiaalnrtoa, aod
Rroduetng s hmUky action that aOayimm Coagb eKlatao tht
lervee and aidta? and atUibxUnt ExpectOTIItlOB. it
Cam wo following dlaeseea, vis. r-
COUGHS end Ctldt, gnaoYMa, Athma, fmutnacf Bis
AlaVdno al Ue Lmf, Paint aa aW fnul, Saia, andCkn, Ktr.
amaa ftioht tnali. PaJMtatioa of Ma Htmrt, and aU FK
MALE W KAKNF.HKBH and OaaenuM, arieiaf llau.
from. Cholera Infanluaa, o.
trVot V vr ami nartteelm of Oarae, aa oar Mia,
pbjeta and Meade i all oar Afnm ban Ihem to fit away.
For sale by D Reed, iPomerovs G W Cooper &
Co., Chester! P M Petrel, Graham Station, All
orders must be addressed to Wallace dt Co., , 304
Broadway, New York.
April 24, 18ftl no 29yl.
b urtaJMiius-f mis. strain syrnp;
O Cotton Batting;
Grass Bed Cords and Plough Lines;
Grass ahd Hemp Ropes;
Crushed and Loaf Sugar;
Window Gloss assorted sizes;
. Nails and Spikes assorted.
Just received and for sale by
.April 17, 1851. REED k BRO.
I. ALSTON & STIVERS
T OULD 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 ore receiving a tresh stock or UUUDS,
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.
INDIGO. Best Spanish Float only SI pr lb.
at cheap drug store. FLEMING.
THE Administrator of Uriah Ehlin, deceased,
has filed his accounts for final settlement.
A. DONNALLY, Clerk.
May 8, 1851 31w3
BROWN'S Cantharidin Tissue, at
AAAinwn KTAVK fir, a G .! lienrl
V Cooking Stove Premium No 2, for sale very
, v.. r nofM a, nnn
low oy iniiiw ".iu.
April 17, 1851. ...
TUST RECEIVED a fresh supply of seasonable
GOODS, which now makes my stock com
pleteconsisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard
ware, Queensware, Iron Ware, Stone Ware, Hats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes, Window Glnss, Looking Glass
en. Clocks. Watches. Iron, nails, steel, Leather,
Manilla Rones. Oils. Fish, Provisions, Cotton
Yams, Carpet Yarns, Carpets, Mill Saws, White
Lime, Plaster Pans, &c. oic.
WM. H. REMINGTON,
Corner Lind and Front streets.
NB. Molasses and Sugar direct from New Or
leans, by the hhd., bbl., half bblj ot retail.
f"1 ENTLEMEIVS DRESS GOODS
IThc subscriber has iust received and is now
openestthe finest assortment of Gentlemen's Dres
Goods to be found in the city of Pomeroy, which he
offers to sell and make up when required, into the
most fashionable garments, al the lowest prices.
His stock consists of the following articles:
Black, Brown and Olive Cloths; Black, Doeskin,
Fancvand Plaid Cassimeres: Black Satin; Brown,
Black and Steel Mixed Satinetts; Tweeds and
Jeans; Ploid Cravoui; Black Italian Do.; Fancy
Silk Neck Tics; Black Cloth Cops, Navy do; Net
Shirtssnd Drawers; Suspenders, ccc. die.
Don't forget the place Hrading's jncw uiounng
Depot. WILLIAM BRADINO:
WEST COLUMBIA SALT.-We
now have and shall continue to keep the
superior article of Salt for sale by the barrel or
bushel. It has no superior, and can oe sola low
er than the present prices ofothersnlt.
REED ii BRO.
. March 27, 1851.
PAPER HANGINGS. The undersigned
hn. rcMnilv in, ni..l in connection with the
Drift, rtuninnua n p.hninf RRleclion of 2.000 PiC-
res afPnner Ilnntrincrs. Also. 300 Oil
afnd Pnucr Window Shades, consisting
of Draperies, Arches, Landscapes, ana mose oi
the Chinese and Qotluc orders.
The niflimitudc and variety of the selection en
ables hiili to sell at such prices as will, without
doubt, harmonize with the varied tastes ot tins
community. 24tf. DARIUS REED.
HORSE AVE STORE. M. Wells,
Agent. The undersigned having establish
ed a Store at the residence of Myron Wells, on
Horse Cave Creek, will keep said store constantly
mixl, enml.t a mav at.anv time be
wanted by the citizens in that section. It is our
design to sell at romeroy prices, uiuugii sumc m
ticles in Groceries, during bad roads, small ad
.. ,;n v, adriorl. Anv article wanted bv the
citizens sot in said store can be ordered and sent
out at shortest notice.
The stock in said store is now much larger than
heretofore. So that customers will find nearly as
full an assortment as in any store in Pomeroy.
Produce will be taken ia exchango at the market
drice in Pomeroy. REED & BROTHER.
November 27, I860. ;
Of the Receipts and Expenditures
Colthivrforlhe pear ending June
Balance in Treasury June 1st 1860, .
Revenue from Duplicate of 1850,
Revenue from arrears of 1819,
Revenue from taxes paid at Columbus
Received from fines and costs in crim
Received from tavern, ferry and Horse
Received from Permits to sell goods,
Received from Road costs refunded,
Received from Jury fees, ,
$252 50 6
32C9 43 0
86 68 0
7 64 9
403 19 0
84 69 0
23 97 6
12 25 0
36 00 0
Total, 1 ' T5 17 6
Paid Coroner's expenses,
Paid Board of Equalization expenses,
Paid petit jury expenses,
Paid grand jnry expenses,
Paid witnesses in criminal cases,
Pi id justicts in criminal coses,
Paid constables in criminal cases,
Paid Prosecuting Attorney and others,
Paid jail fees,
Paid salaries of Clerk and Sheriff,
Paid Auditor's fees,
Paid Commissioners expenses,
$17 95 0
20 00 0
214 70 0
138 26 0
406 68 0
64 67 0
124 03 0
183 33 0
102 74 6
140 00 0
7S2 38 0
1)4 00 0
Paid printing expenses, (including Ge
neral Laws) 243 81
Paid stationery cxpeims, 9122
Paid Common School expenses; 44 60
Paid highway expenses, 100 60
Paid incidental expenses, . ' 127 13
Paid election expenses, 113 36
Paid township assessors oxdenses, 349 60
Paid pauper expenses, , 169 93
Treasurer's percent, on t5G0 at 6 per
cent., ' 28 pOO
Total, : ' ' $3088 9 8 0
Excess of Receipts over ' Expendi- .
tures, . .' , . S4S7 19 6
By order of Commissioners. , ' , ,
. . . ....... S. HALLIDAY, Auditor.
. Pomeroy, June .26, 1861. n38w4. ' .
JI DGE NYE resumes the practice of the Law
Ho will attend the Courts in Meigs and Galli?,
and tlif othet .ronntic? of the (present) eighth cir
cuit. ' priil7!i2S',!pH
II II It
For the Bemoral and Permanent Can tfi
And of thoea Comrmnta which are earned br an Unfair!,
weakened unhealthy oendition el the
i H I S T O U I Til'JBJU. -Tail
bmatiful ud eonronlent application ot the siril.
rioui power, of OALVANISM and MAGNETISM, haa ooea
Eronrranoed by dltinrui,had phyaiciaiw, both ia Eorops sat
United SUtea, to be the meat saisoit sudtciaei aVaeeoeri
. DRrciwiffnE'S GALVANIC BELT
and - - ' i '," .' .
m a al w . . . ..
a mad with tha moat perfect ana xrtarn tuaceaa la aB aoKX .
. ' OBJf Hit A. DKBItlTt, ii I &
onrana aad lnilroratinc tho entire aratem. -leo ia flTC
CRAMP, PARALYSIS and PAIJV. DV8PF.P8IA. or INDl
OESTiON, RHEUMATISM, ACUTE and CHRONIC, OUT,
EPILEPSY, LUMBAGO, DEAFNESS, NERVOUS TUV
MORS, PALPITATION OF THE HEART. APOPLEXY,
NEURALGIA, PAINS in tho 8IDE and CHEST. LIVtH
COMPLAINT, SPINAL COMPLAINT, snd CURVATURE
of tho SPINE, HIP COMPLAINT, DISEASES of tha KI.
NETS, DEFICIENCY OF NERVOUS and PHTSICAJ.
ENERGY, and all NERVOUS DISEASES, whloh eooiplaieB
aria from on timpla ceuee namely,
A Dsnuisremont of th Narrows ratana.
(K7- In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS. Drug aad Modiaiaa
ifirrcart 'Iu diuait, for thT weaken tha rital nergiaa of tho
already a raatrated ayrtem ; while under the atrn(thanina
ufa cirina, ritalitlng Influence ol oalraniam, aa applat tr
thla beautiful and wonderful diacorarf, tht axhamtad peueac
ud weakened lufferer la reitored to Jbrmar haalth, alnaglB
alaiticltr and rigor.
Tha gnat peculiarity and exoellene of
Dr. Christie's Galvanic CtuatlTM,
eoniiiti la tha fact that thev tmet and ear dlaeaa by
ward oHelin, In place oi the uiual mod of dragflnjr aad
paiicking the patient, till axhauated Nature link, bopaTaaoty
ondar the InUiction.
TAy atrmg lAn tht wteh ryXra, fousKn tkt HratiUieaa
if tae lead, pnmttt tht ttcftimt, and niwr it tkt tUthUtt
injury under any errctiatane. Slnoe their Introdvoaoa a
th United State, only three year aioca, nor tkaa
7 5,000 Persons
jsclndlng all agea, claaioa and oonditiona, among whiak ware
larg number of ltdiea, who art peculiarly lubjeot Is Jtarr
cu Complaint!, hare ban
BNTIRSLY AND PERMANENTLY OVSSD,
whan aU hop of relief bad bn glren up, snd arary OJag
lie been tried in rain !
To llluitrate the u of th OAXTANIO BBtrT, aappoa
th cais of a person afflicted with that ban of clrlliialion,
DYSPEPSIA, or any other Chronio or Nerroua Dieorder. ia
ordinary cuea, atimulanU are taken, which, by their actios oa
the narrea and muaoloa of the itomnou, afford liaioanary r
Utt, but whlcn ieara tn patient in a lower itata, tad witb a
Jurad faculUel, after the aotion thus excited baa ceased. Now
compare this with the e"t resulting froaa the application as
th GALVANIC BELT ."ak t Dyapaptio sufferer, area H
th worse symptoms of an attack, and almply ti th Bait
aronnd th body, using th MagneUo Fluid aa directed, la
t abort period the insensible perspiration will tat oa the post
tire elamer t o: th Bait, thereby cauiing a Oalraaio elreaia
tion which will pass on to th negative, end these back
again to th poiitire, tho keeping ap t eontinuona Oeleaole
circulation throughout the ayatem. Tho th aaost sevecw
case of DYSPEPSIA ar PERMANENTLY CURED. A
FEW DAYS IS OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO KIUDt
CATE THE DISEASE OF VEAR8. .
CERTIFICATES AND T B S T I M 0 R I A L S
Or tho most VndaaUotadl Character,
From all parts of the Country conld be giren, safflolent I
All erery column In this paper 1
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
whiah concluilraly prove that
"Truth Is stranger than Fiction,"
niicuinansm,- ciuavnitiij oud - Djipcpstn.
KEY. SB. LANDIS, A CURGYMAN ' '
of New Jersey, of distinguished attainments and exalUd r
SioKtr, New Jersey, July 11, It.
Da. A. H. Chsistii Dear Sir : You wi.h to know of ar
what haa bean th result in my own case, of th appliasUoa
of THE GALVANIC BELTaAND NECKLACE. My reply la
as fellows i
For about twenty ytr I had been suffering from Dyspep
sia. Erery yaai toe symptoms baoamo worse, nor ooum foe
lain permanent relief from any course of medical treatment
whatever. About surteca years tine, in conseqrensa al
(reqnent exposure to th weather, in the discharge of my
pastoral duties, I became subject to a aevare Chroals Bha
matism, which for year after year, oauied an IndMOribaba
anguiah. Farther: in tb winter of 1 and It, ia eons.
quence of preaching a gnat deal in aoy own and varioaa
other churches in thia ragioa, I waa attacked by th Bronoh.
lis, which soon became to severe to require en immediate
suspension of my pastoral labor. Ky ntnttu ayslrm was aea,
lAereueeiy srettratrd, snd as my Bronchitis become worse, eo
also did my Dyspepsia and Rheumatic toaotien thus vhv
olng that these disorders were conneoted with each other
through th medium of tho Nervoue ayatem. la the wkal
phatmacopoiit there seemed to be no remedial agent whiak
could reach and recuperate my Nerroua System t every
.king that I bad tried for thia purpose had completely failed.
At last I wu lad by my friends t. examine your iareaaeae,
and (though with no Terysaaauina kopee of their efflessneyj
I determined to try the erncTof th application of the GAL
VANIC BFXT AND NECKLACE, with the MAGNETIC
FLUID. Thia wu in Jon, 1411. To 1st aaT aateaisav
mt, ik two sate nt Disrtrsia mad seas i ia aisaa
oara I was ini.ei.iD to aaioaa mi rsaTsaiL uaeaa i sea
SVB I atROS OHtTTBD 1 SIBOLS SSBVICS OS StSSVSI 00 tBS
BaOROHITIS ) IRS KT RHSDM4T1C A'KOTIOK BLS tRTISBLT
esiaia re Taeuaua ui. Such n the wonderful tad happy re
ulta of the experiment
! hare recommended th BELT and FLUID to many whs)
aave been likewise suffering from Neurtlgi affeeUons. They
Save tried them, wita aarrr aaiuLia, 1 sslists, te avaar
t tat, dear air, Try respeotftllly you re,
, ROBERT W. LAKBaJ.
la used for ill complainta affecting th Throat or Head, eaoh
as Bronchitis, Inflammation of tha Throat, Nerroua and Siok
Headache, Diitinesa of th Head Neuralgia in ths Face, Bat
ting or Roaring in the Ears, Deafness, which la generally
Nervous, and that distressing complaint, called Ti Dolor.
Palsy and Paralysis.
AU nhyaiclant acknowledge that these terribl dl
tr eauaed by dtfieieney tf tfmtiu nrry ia the tseeted
Umba. Da. CnaiaTit't Galvanic Artiolot will aupply this
dellclant power, and a complete and entire air e tka
Severe Dea&ess Cured.
Th following ia tn extract from a letter lately rtoeivet
tnm t distinguished physician in tot Stat of Virgialt 1
"A. H. CHtisris, M. D. Der Sin On of my patienta,
unknown to me, obtained your Claiam'e It and Nuklata,
with the Afagnstia fluid, for I terioua tffeotioa of Deej
neat. Th case raa that of a lady whoa Nervous tysteta
Wat much disordtred, tnd her general health poor. Mnoh
wta done previously to tht application of tht Belt, but with
very llttlt success, tnd I feel it only right to 111 you. that
since aha eoremaaced wearing the Salt'and using (he f luid,
but a few weeks tgo ah ass ENTIRELY RECOVERED
HER HEARING, tut her (aural health it belter that for
Of Ivsry eta of Deafness, If It be Nerroua, tl K gaae rally
la, ceo be cured by thla wondejlul remedy.
Ar found of tut aervica In cues of Convulsions or Fits,
Spasmodic Complaints, and general Nervous ASeotiona of the
Head and upper extremities Also in Palsy tnd Ptrtlyais, tod
all disease, caused by t dencieucy of power or Kervoaa
Energy in th limbs or other organs of th body.
Tlo Ooloreux and Neuralgia,
Tht dreadful and agoniling complainta tr sai,eV
Uiy relieved by the application of the GstTani Ban,
iVicxucr ano Fluid. The Belt diffuse th Electricity
through th system the Necklace baa t local effect, tnd
tht Fluid acts directly upon the affected nerves. In that dat
traesing afflictions tho application NEVER. FAILS. ,
FIT8 AND CONVUL8ION8. '
These alarming tnd terrible complaints art tlwtyt ctaeed
by I dsrennnrni tf tkt Ntntt. Tht Bilt, Bias surra kni
Euuid will cure nearly tvary cut, no matter how young M
m old tht patient, or how eonirmed th eompltlat Nk
aftroui tad astonishing proofs are in poesession oi Um bjs
JTMany hundred CertificHtes fnmi all parts of
Hie country of the tnoit xtrorintrv rharnrlAr
rsn be given, if required.
irro truutiio or mconvfnipnce atlends ths m
of CK. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC ARTICLES, and
they may be worn by the mostfoeble and dalicata, '
with yerfect ease 'and safety. In many cases tha
sensation attending their tua is highly pleasant
and agreeable. They can be sent to any put f
' Pricft: '
The OaWanie Bell, Three- Dollar.
The Galvanic Necklare, Two Dollars.
The Galvanic Bracelets, ' One Dollar Eaeh.
The Magnetic Fluid, One Dollar.
The articles are accompanied by full and plaie
directions. Pamphlets with full . particulars wiy
be had of the atjthorir,ed Igent. ,
atrPATici!.a CAiTio.v.--Baware ef Coulter
feils arid Worthless Imitations.- - ..''-.,
07-D. C. WOREHEAD, M. D-, OeBeral Aimt
iu- the United States, lSJ Brosdway, New York.
' XTJ. P. FLEMING and D. REED, authorise
Agenta for Meigs county. nolOj-l.
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