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ASOIHF.lt SCIENTIP WONDEIU
H1H TRUK DIGESTIVE FLUID,
Or Gastric Juice!
A (ill EAT DYSPEPSIA CVRER.
TjUKPAXKO fr m Unmet, oj the fourth storr.iWi
I of the ), after directions by Banm Likmu,
tV ?rcr,t Pl.-Ysi-ilogioal Chiuit, by J S flOL'GU
1YN. M D, No-11, florin, Eighth street, Philadel
phia. I'a. ' v . ' j" '
Thia if J truly wonderful remedy'Tor 1 NTDI(iR
TION, liYSi'KH.-HA. .1 AUNDICE, (JOXSTJPA-
t.o.v, uvsa.o-)paiMr. ni i uniLiTY.
. turing after Nature's on method, ly Nature's own
, mrtrioJ, the Gastric Juice. '..
' Half a k-iisTKHmfiill of this Fluid, iiifnvd in
atcr, will distf-'t or dissolve Fivr. I'ihni's ok Hhast
Hck in audit two iiiMT.f. out nf he stomach.
. sctrnune Jtuviarw-cj
' Ha?nn Liimu, in his celebrated work-on A niir.nl-
ChemisleV', savst: "An. artificial Digestive Fluid,
Mulsi'Oiis t ) the llsa'.M Juir.e, may to Twuiuy
prepared from the irjiieiioun nieiii-rnii! of tho sto
mach of tht! calf, in-whicli .various articU-s of fo.nl,
M rnsot ond ens, will be so softened. ch-n-erl an;l
digested, junt in the Mice nunntr as they would le
n the human ntnmvh." ''
l)r PE.iri.tA, in Uis famous treatise on "Fi.m1.iik1
re., ...,i.iu.i h lr.,0,.r St V.l!s. !iw Vnrk.
' 36, slate the same great fact, and describes
the nitftliod of preparation. There are few higher
. autti jriiies man nr. rer.ua. v
' Dr Cjhiu:, in hi valuable writiBt? on the- I'livs
iol.ify .if Digcsli-.u, .observes that ' dimtiiiitioii
of Hie duo .quantity of ths, dnsiric Juice is a
pr-niiineii! and a' I -prevailing cause of Dvsn-psia;"
and he st.ito-J that "a .dis'iiuriiis-lied professor ef
liieliciii'.! in London, who wan severely atlliHi.-d
with this complaint, 11 ruling evi r y t h i ni; else to fail,
had recourse to tho Oaslii Juiiv, obtained from
the stomach of living animals, which proved com
li Oiiau, a.?lb:r of the faii.oas worVs en
"Vegetable Jjit-V'! fays: ' It ij h rcmarV.ibiv -fact
in phvsiol.'sy that the sUmachs in animals, mace
,raW1u water, imparl to the fluid the pr perty of
'dissolving various articles of food, and of i-flVciiiic,
h kind of artificial digestion or them in no xjt
different from th natural die've-mi.
I t K.moV irtwt- win k, U c ':hi-mi(;try of Man,"
' tr.taiSt. lllanchard. 1'Wla, li4ii, pp 2l-2yV.y j
'The discT.verylif I'El'sIN form a new era in the I
eher.ical history of Iiifntiin. From recent ex
periments we know thai foi d is dicsdved as rapid- j
iy in an on artificial difesiiv fluid, prepared inni
1'epsiii, as it i.i in thcnaiural (irtslrie J nice itself.'"
Professor UiiMii.isj'., of the Jeffe"rs"li College,
rhi!i'.jihia, in his j.'i.-.'.t worK.011 lluimni 1'nvsi-
ti.m of this subject. I lis e.perii)Hiils with Dr.
IIaumoul, on the Gastric Juice, nblaitied lVouithc
livia;; human stomach mid fr .m milmuls, avc well'
kaown. "In all cases," lie fays, "digestion oc
carre J ai perfectly in the artificial us in the natu
ral digestions." "
AS A DVSPFI'SIA CI"HER. .
l)r Miilohvon's preparations of I'i-.l'MX hn3 pro
(Uced thcm.Wl maivello'.is effects, curinj; cases of
Debility, t'maciation, Nervous Decline, and Dys-P'.-ptin
(.'oiisuuiptioii, snppose'l to lie on fl.e very
vei'jj of iheuravu. It is impns-.iMc to;ive the de
tails of cases in ihii limits cf U;is adverliseriient
but autlienlicated certificates have been wvt-n of
in -r thai TWO s III ND:UO REMAKKAHLE
, C-CUES, in riiiladfiphi.-., Xe Voik," aud ii.isfin
n! inc. These were nearly all desperate eass, ami
th. cures were not only rapid uui) womlerfnl, but
. It it a-jreat NSl'.NO'.'S ANTIDOTE, and par
icnUriy useful for tendency to biliouK disonler,
Lircr Oimpiftiiit, Fever and Agiierand llieeiil ef
fects of fjuinii'..', Mereury. and other ilrues upon
the Disiive orjaus, after a lnff sickness. Also,
fori-xeoM in catiu;.', and the too free use of ardent
spiriM. It also reo iiicilesIlealth with Inttiripv'r
aiiev. OLD STOMACH 'COMPLAINTS.
Tkere is no form of OLD STOMACH COM
PLAINTS which it d ies not seem to reach and re
mote at opt. No matter how bad they may be, it
(UViS INSTANT KEMF.F! A single dose re
B.ovs all the unpleasant symptoms, and it only
a.-ds to I repeated, for ashort time, to mr. he these
Ko.l elV-fis iWiiMtont- Pl'KlTV OF BLOOD
and V1UOK OK liUDY follow at nr. .It is par
tiuicr!y eveelleai in enscs of N-nirea, V'-niitinj.'.
Cramps. Sorn.'-is of ih pit ef the Sb'iimrh, iris
trua after ealin, low, cold state of the Mood,
lieaviiici'i, Lou-ncssof Spirits, Depomleucy, Frriu
mU in, Weakness, tendency to Insanity, Suieict,
Price, ONE DOLLAR p..r bottle. One bottle
wiJ oficu elct a lasting euro. ,
Kvt-rv lottle bears the written signature of J S
llCUl'llTON, M D, sole proprietor.
iKI byfi nt'. in every town in the United Slates.
t;rl l y respectable dealers in Medicines t'oiii-rnily.
A Is' i, for sale at the Dm;; ti tore of D. UliKD,
Piimrroy, Ohio- april24n29yl..
(figifi . 1 CHARLES N. MAD
i!&&&il&!S)tk DY, bri s leave to in-
l-l&fx&jM firm the citizens of Ih
fv.23s5'! i viciniiy tnai may i;c
U H-'C9!-.?P:m found at his res.deiice
v'i-AJtJJ in Shemid, stall hours,
when not pr if-ssionaliy ab icnt. He is prepar.-i!
to execute all operations perlsinin? to the profes
sion, in a style of neatness, ease and durability.
TEETH i'listried in complete i-r parts of setts,
upon 'old plate, with or . il ii out artificial Gums, in
so accural a manner, as to deceive the closest ob
Hiselmrijes shall in all eau s be low, and rradu
attd accordin;; to the amount of labor ami material
expended; pledging himself to five emire satisfac
tiou in all coses entrusted to lis cum.
. J'LADtES waited upon at their residences, if
O-The NERVE killed and the Tooth Saved with
out sensation of pain to the patient.
JT'l'he Letheou will be used for extracting
' Tm th, if r:uircd. .
CANCERS, all kinds: old Ri:NN!.'ej SORES,
SCROFULA, FITS, KI!H. MATISM, f.rst avd se
ooud i';;et of C'JNjL MPTIO-N, ou moderate
fit invite tte nffiicted portion of t!.o community
to give him a call. A fair trial is all he asks.
Angust 3'1,00 85 uJ0ro4'
v. rorrr.u woski'i .
To Engine Ihiililtrn and others uing
&ir Work. '
"iW7"E are prepare! to mui:fact;uc upon the
y V ; shortest otice and in the best manner
all Inids ef Copper Wi-rl? at Cincitinr.ti prines.
R lira kiNc.s .'.icAbey Cutb-r, J. C. Depew,
H. C. flrant, Pomeroy; Mr. Jones, Middli port;
OapL Conley, of steamboat Oliift.
': SiUTll at THOMPSON,
Pomeroy, An just 2i!, bSitt.
j. Ol'MTY X.ArYJ.--l,rltiu.Ncho aervt-aiii
I hhaWAf of "2 with Grral Britain or nnv of the
Iidias. I liove tt ceived a copy of the Ulv Aet of
Congress, passed Seplcml it 23, Oi-Ml, f ranting
iiounty land, olc, nun am prepared to procure
lasils under the provisions of mid.
Taosc desirini . i:if.rn,ati.,n eoneerniiif their
rights to lands can bo inl'onned by uppli; iitii n to
' MM. Noehange will be minie i ncept in case-s pro
i d successful, and in such, charjji s will be res n
abia. J. CAUTWIUCHT.
. , oet0"nCno.ltf0
r t - kai.
In ch'Sif, half rhe-sta and quarters,
X Uh article, for sale erv low a' No. 4.
:iw a No. 4.
Sl Dog. Bucket on hand mid for salt bv
GEO W 1IOLME.S
ajwyriv, J. W. M'llV, Wa rcon
(mXak 5'SKt, PtiriMnonili, Ohio. Will
JJ-UlJj visit I'O.MI'.ROY, in tbr first week id
the. months of June, Septcpil et,' December umi
March, ninri'h25n2)'C0 .
(117A1JV, I'OO bui'hels sHelivd Coin in bMr.
J . W tats ifseksi
25fl " Very fine Potn'ecs: '
000 " Dried Apples; Peacl es;
1 ' 300 lbs, TnlloV in casks.
W n i'- offef the above tlaiil b' the quantity.
It is all in .firm onler ad (in-bi-r-t quality.
ApnllVj, 0750. REED ti iWX
VnHtVll. . nrilttfitfl Luii.tcr,'.
I - ' Shuiing Boards;
For sale ocv It if for csity ' . '
April 07, 0750. REED,. BRO.
OUls.scn 100 b! Is new crop, eh, haiidniid
lor sale at No (I, . .
Lf ti. !TMLlr..S A C I.AitlFIl Oi
YRl'P, a i'rl arlielv. low at.
.' SEOIJC W HOLMFB'
rrilF, ,1'XDEHSIUNED Jiavo now received their
1 stnek'-of Spring and Summer UOODS; con-
siatinj lb part h follows
200 pes. Printstho newest and most fashionable
25 . ' Furniture Chinte very rich;
Si ' 8atinettsT Eimine Cloth, tjassimeres arid
' Kerseys, " ' ,
?5" ' " ! Ksutueky Jeans, various colgrsj
25 .',; Illue lllnek, Figured and Col'd AlpacaNi
26 .- " .Eastf rn Linseya, of various colors; .
25 , New style li'.nghams; J
200 bolts llrowu Muslin, i-A best; "
()0 ." " " 3 4 cheap;
25 pes. Flannels, all colors; . ;
50 " ' Blenehed Jluslinrt, all prjees;
Blenched and Brown Drills and Canton Flannels;
prrm Checks and Check Shirtings; . ,
Shawls Thibet 'Wi;il."Silk Embroidered & Plaid;
Cashmere aud D'l.aue Dress Oeods, very hand-
S"ine; . "' "
in cases Hats-and Vps, New styles; ; ,
rnibrellas, Cat pet Bans aftd Hlcliels ' .
ja-rmeta, Cambrir-l.s, fttok. KwissiStMuBJlushns;
giiiuiicvy viiitUuars. -
Saddle Trees and Buggy llamcs; , . . ,"
' hi ami Oum Cloth; '. , " '
Piitwit Dash. Leather StvX Coach Lace; ..
llnrncvs Trees New style; ' ;,
Carpet Bai? Frames and Trunk Locks; , '
l!:ickles, Bridle Bitts and Stirrups; ."'. r'
Kaiii Snaps, Terrels and Water Hooka; ' ,.
Spurs, Saddle Plush and Strain Webb; .. . y
Ilarnetsand MatftiiiRale Kim's! . -.. ' . U
Bridle and Shoe Tluvad andliUk;
Strain V,'el aud Girthing; .. ;.' i
Saddler's Needles, Awls, Punches aud Hammers;
Ctitmi;; Knives and C.ifiiis' Thrusts;
Pail Screws, Spot; and Brass Nail
Brit's Iliiiy Hand! and Carriage' Handles aid
llingi.-s; '.; k
Bapsy and CnrriafXSpriDps and Dash Frames; ,
Ourniiit Cloth and J ea'.liel;
A ud every ot I. . r article in -yaddlers' line.
sn iiur-n-fftt ftmis VirTSw f nd Latcbcsj
All kinrtsof Files and Hnsft;
All kinds of Chisels ftnd I'laiii Bitts;
All kinds of Atictrsand Hit's
A U kinds of Saw Sets and flimrvWu;
Mill, .ScioH niidllRiid 8i-.w;;:
'l'euoii. Circular and Key Hole.
Wood and ft.llet. ,Saii':i;
Brmil and Hand Aes; '
Ilir. e.i,Kcrewa and Fiivshing Naila;
Braces, Oil Stones ami liules;
Shoe llan-n;e and Pes Floats and PunAJioat.
Sliiitleraud Window FasteninRS;
lle;l Screiisaml CusU.r,? all kinds; "
I; and screw arm Puilies; -. ,
lir.isMHid Miiho.niyKiiol s;
Anvils, Viei-s and S'-rew Plates,''
Bellows' and MedSo Hammers;
Aid a treat variety rSiln r articles in this lino.
1:001s iiiiu rMtws.
S caes M'-ii's, Hoys and Children's Boots;
2 V 'eiii :r.s heavy bootees and buskins
2 "' ( hii'lren's- " shoes, best article!
2 " Misses lex'tees and shoes, n sup. arXle;
8 por. Ladies' ("all'ai.d scalboolees and btf-
10 " Intant am! I li.'uldreii s small slices t
t() '., Ladies; nnJ'Misses Kid Slipper,, and tl
V,'e e!;peeially .invite the public fo call and e
an. o.1 our tii.ck. tic have now toe laritesi
t lies'. H'iec'.ed r.tocii we have ever hud; aud man
very hue articles sucn as i.ave noi oeen aenu i
Pen ercy before.
We :ire prepare.! to fill any orders cither v hole-
sale or lletail on very reasonable terms.
HEKD i BROTHER.
Pomcr-. y, April 7, OJgQ.-; nVPtf. ... ,
lijyars CO H.v.s Fine Principes;
10 Lioses Canones;
15 do Fin:; Havnnsa?
bOM) Half Spanish; '
111,000 Common; ca V.and and for sale low
by OAKES Sl BCSKJRK-
tIlSTJ,F.J!lE.'S IltE8S GOODS.-
V AThe sunSrtibcr has just received and is now
e.p.'oest i he lines! assortment of Gen tk-meu'8 Dress
O'jeds t, b found in the city of Pcii.eroy, which he
off. is to seii and make up when reiiuired, into the
most fn. liii.nubl'-' finrrnenls, at the lowest prices.
H;.s Mock foiik:is ol the following articles:
Black, Brown aud Olive Cloth.-;; Black, Doeskin,
Fancy and Plaid Cassiirercs; Black Sntin; Brown,
Bi.ick end Steel Mi;.ed Satinetts; Tweeds and
Jeans; Plaid Cravats; Black Italian Do.: Fancy
Hilk Nm -Titii !i-k Clotii Caps, ?y do; Wcl
Sbirisainl Drawers; Stispenderj, tec. &c.
I'l' ti't ferret th place B radius's New Clotliiiij.'
De-.r.t. WILLIAM BHADINO.
: fat. -
1 1 i Win lbs. Hams very fine;
6f.O " Soulder's do
2f!l,0 " Clear Pork do
F.-.r sale cl.tap for cash.
REED &. BROTHER.
B "VK S'l'l'FFSof all kinds, warranted goodl
2 just rcceivf i and for tale low by
, t pyjLl1! !IlJLAIf:S"
WllVAirAt 50 bbl,..Nos. 1, 2, and 3
just received and for salo low at No i.
J. ADDISON has removed his Barber Shop
J;. . to Court street, w here he may always b(t
found ready ami w iliing to serve his patrons in tb
neate;it a .id rn'ont fashionable style. Feeling t has
ul for past patronage, he would respectfully soli
cit t h ue who desire to have Hieir countena."PO"
scraped, and hair trimmed neatly, to giv bim a
. I I A ' " '
Wit!, rarer sharp Mid water hot,
He'll nhva be found on the spot, ,
Ready to -, rt nil who please lo call,'
Both old a..d young, and .;reat and sna'l'
Theiiiloc't leiay, but come along. T
Aud haft u done up neat and stroflS-
p ;.., Mi 22, V - n3.1lf
w noi.r.!:ALE oroceb; ' .
rs. r'i L1Vi --Tl.tU.jnib" t of farm
.-ra.wApi0V,.sL(,1,.:s pj'tntZ-wii h or with
out slocks I also, Plow Points ami Land Sides.
April 07.. . ;.: .R, g,' EDWARDS,
'i'oti Siorc I. have i n bani large
r,VAf lot of Imperial, Yomur pyson an,l Black
iA'Bi'i'EAS, which I an prepirfutltosi.il in ordi
nal pac V. aires either of ei lbs.i by the half cheat,
or bv thcainclo Ih, nt very lmv,',vric.
April Ij?, 60l'U. ; iwn.iuua,
j'C Ayf,f e assortment on hand
8 .fi and b r sale at
i li S liUW AKDS.
V i- 1 J.
O X-OXltt 20 hlrls. a. O. Sugar on hand and
w l finale low hy GEO. W. HOLMliS.
H'BIJ: BfiOK JIAS C40KE TO I'SJESS.
UAYINfi finished the Boo!;, we shall now turn
t.nr ntteiilion entirely to the manufacture of
ill kinds ol"
ivuliilca, Ktuuc-ss Trunks, Saddle
Or, in fact everything that is kept in a Saddler's
shop, from a saddle down" to a pump sircht r. Hav
ing bei.ii selling work f,.-r s'-uv tm, for tha profit
cf it, v.e now intend to sell for the fun of it.
Call and see us whether you want to buy or not,
r rl am always at heme on Hie wis' side of Court
ireet, one door ab ne Reed & Bretuer's.
s .laumirv 0, .11-51. L. S. -C'ROFOOf .
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plates, on beiRj a mwuJ of tM New System oft
J Pkwiotcnir. - . " loDSw4.
'WJstar's ''Balsani of VuM Cherry.", :
The Great Remedy foronsumptiorl of the Luji?b, ,
Affections of the.. Liver, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Pains or Weakness of the Breast orLuiiffs, and
other affections of the Pulmonary Organs.-- -
JTWJSTAR'S BA4.SAM OF WILD CHERRY
is a fine herbal medicine, composed chiefly, of Wild
Cherry bark und the gwiuine Icel.iud 5ljjs3,i (llie
latter importsd expressly, for this - purposfevj the
rnro medical airtaes of which are alio combined
by a new chemical process, with the extract of
tar tints rendering the whole compound the most
certain and oflicacious"remedics discovered for ,k '
C'onsRinptiou of Use Lungs. r-'
I.vTr.i:sTiNf aoEiipoNi)E.N( ?. Dr. illiam Y.
Banks, of Xenia, Ohio, a highly respectable drug
gist in that delightful village, has infonned us that
the Jalo of Wistar'S Balsam of Wild. Cherry is
unparalleled. The'deniand for Uis so eager, 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 had
Wistar's Balsam pf Wild berry, a number of the
most serious cases -were, completely cured- by its
use. "I never sold .a medicine," said the Doctor,
Vin which I had the entire, confidence that 1 hove
In this" - j
It Corks I Whenever Wislar' Balsam of Wild
Cherry is iqliivluced, it at once attains that nigh
reputation which it so richly deserves. W haicau
prevent its sale, when on every hand can be. wit
nessed its wonderful cures?. Tie worst' cafes of
Asthma, recent and dangerous coughs, (and? also
these of long standing,) Bronchitis or Consump
tion, (in its early stages,) are always cured by this
remarkable medicine. : x . "',v..- ;V
Cured bji Wistar's Balsam ,of Wild Cherry". The
following cure of Jeremiah Isgriirg, of Consump
tion, (five of his brothers and sisters having died
of Consumption) is truly wonderful. Ought not
this urge the atllicted to fraka tise of this health
giving remedy, when it is' e flue ting cures like the
Pleasant Ridge Hamilton Co.i O.; )
' y September 27, 1850.
J. D. Patk Dear Sir : I take the liberty of ad
vising you-of the benefit I have derived from the
ttsc of Dr. Wistar's1 Balsmn of Wjld pherry. i
was proslrnlod by that terrible scouTge Consump
tion, in May lasty The attack wa3 trujy, horrifying
tome; five of my famiiy, my .brothers and sisters,
had died of Cousuniptioii. I was afflicted with
nearly nil the worst features of the disease; I had
adistressiugcough, Imij. expectorated a great deal
of blood, hectic fCAer, severe pains ih 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
bejwnd 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 coninieuctdusing it. I was able to be out and
oversee my business and labor, which I still con
tinue to do. 1 have taken four bottles of the me
dicine, and how consider myself well. 1 make
this statement to induce others that arc atllicted
us I have been, toinakc -triol of Wistar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry, which', remedy has, under the
blessing of Providence restored my health. . "
. . JEREMIAH 1SGRIGG:
Important lo those afllicted with diseases of the
lungs ami bream. will iniracies, m'Ver cease!
More evidence of its surpassing health restorative
m Dr. Baker, 'Springfield, Washington, co. Ky
Si'KiNCKii.M', Kir., May 11, 1815.
ers. Sanjurd & Park: 1 take this oppoituni'
tvjkf informing you of a most remarkable cure
perfiwined upon me by the use of Dr. Wistar's
B alsewi of Wild berry.
In tlW year 1840 I was'taken with the inflama
tiou of lSJic bowels, which 1 labored under for six
weeks, wicn I gradually recovered. In the Fall
of 1841 IVas attacked with a severe cold, Which
seated ilaeli upon mv lung::, and for the space of
three rears iw as confined to my bed. I tried all
kinds of medweines and every variety of aid with
benefit; and tiVls 1 wearied along until the winter
of 1-345, when 1' heard of Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Mv friends neffcuaded me to give it a fair trial,
though 1 had givu up all hopes of recovery, and
had -immured wvsVf for the cl.aii"e of another
world. Through tni'ir solicitations, 1 was in
if the renuine Wistar's Bal
sam of Wild C'hnn' .Tee effect was truly. aston-
l.illlllg. .7 ' "
After five yeaas of affliction ,,?nd suffering, and
a'fter having spcit four or five li und red dollars to
no purpose, an'Hm best and most respectable
physicians had Jprovcd unavailing. I was soon
restored to entire health by the blessing of God,
and the use f Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry. ( . '
May the hissings of God rest upon the proprie
tors of so valoiblc a medicine as Wistar" Balsam
of Wild Ch'rry- Yours, respectfully,
W. II. BAKER.
; The e.f'uine Wistar's Balyam of Wild Cherry
has a fae,-simile of the signature of Henry Wistar,
M. D. Philadelphia, aud Sauford & Park. En
graveiV wrapper. No other can be genuine.
Sob" by J. D. PARK, (successor to Sunford &
PnrWi) FoUrth and Walnut streetn, Cincinnati,
Otio, General Agent for the South and West, to
trlu.-m all orders-inusl be addressed. It is also sold
;'bt the following persons:
O. Been, 1'omeiTV; U. W. Cooper Co., Ches
ter; John Frame, Coolville; J. Cupehnrt & Co.,
Point Pleasant; John Perkins, Athens; Magnet &
Naret, Gnllijiolis; S. S. Murray, Wilkesville; G. J.
Pavne, Porter. . ' '
Jamtarv 0, 1851.. n lorn 1.
.' elNTOSH'S BALSAM Indian Squaw Root,
i V i Said to b'e thy best medicine ever offered to
the woild for diseases of. the lungs, chest or
.Ai.sn McJjiU,sh'3 Cherry Cordial. Warranted
to cure Diarrhoia or Dysuntery. For sale by
II. B. SMITH, Agent.
SUKDUIES. Phila. Strain Syrup;
Grass Bed Cords and Plough Lines;
Grass ahd Hemp Ropes;
"" Crushed and Loaf Sugar;
Window Glass assorted sizesj
Nails and Spikes assorted.
Just receiver! and for sale by ;
April 7.7 COM. REED & BRO.
I'Sar, Pitela and Oakuia on hand and
' I for sale at No C by
OAKE.T k BL'SKIRK.
CRSI3 CAV 5STOI5E.-M. Wells',
li i Agent. The undersigned having establish
ed a tlore at tie: residence ef Myron Wnlla, on
Horsc.C'nve Creek, will ke p said store constantly
supplied with such goods ns may at any time bo
wanted by the citizens in that section. It is out
design to roll at Pomeroy prices, though some ar
ticles in Groceries, during bad roads, a small ad
vance'will be added. Any article wanted by the
citizens not In said st rc cau 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 411 assortment as in any store in Pomeroy.
Produce will be taken in exchange nt the market
d rice in Pomeroy. ' REED & BROTHER,
. November 27, 0850,
Log chains and Mat hooka;
Does Hakes and forks;
Long Handle Shovels;
Plough Dames; v:
X Cut Saws;
. St e-.d yards and Hand Scales; ".
One large warehouse Scales;
Fonale very cheap REED & BROTHER.
3;f" Consumption is a disease which is carrying
ts victiias to the tombs by thousands, without
being arrosted in its progress by the medicines in
c immon use at the present time. But.,a brighter
day is coining, and has come as to successfully
arrcfitthis disease. DR. ROGERS' LIVERWORT
AND TAR, not only gives immediate relief ir.
ri ;hs aud Colds, but from tha testimony of men
of the highest standing here and elsewhere') it.is
making sutne very remarkable cures of Consump
tion. Improvomenls'iii the treatment of diseases
are onward, and nothing can a.rrest its Fpirit in.
the present nge Those who are afflicted with
diseased Lungs, would do well to rail on the
Agents and seo the certificates pf JDr. Wm. J.
Richards, Judge Win. Burke, tho wife jC the
Rev. Goo. W, Maloy, and of Dr. Hiram Cox, late
Professor in the Eclectic Medical Collogo in Cin-,
cinnati. . - ' 1 ''-
For sale in 'Pomeroy by J. P. Flkmino and D.
Rsan, Agonta for Meigs county, ' n37w2,
rtepertT for Sale
:13KR offers to sell hia coal-lot
-; lying atijw hing the corporation line of ,tht
i ; f Poraerov. one-half mile from the moutl
J.etr'srun. Said Jot comprises auou( JOnrxes,
.. !.i.-h 15 a. i- solid coal ; plant of tim
ber and steiie. It is a good lot for salt works
and there is room fir fifty salt wells. The Allien
Mad runs directly (through-it.- The i-"unl 1nni
can be bought for from SO to lo dollarspercre.
There is a good road and landing at the river, A
hamuli given if application be matte soon.
' ; ,-' '" ' TUOS. GOULD1NG.
" Pomeroy", Sept.TO, 1851. nlfitf.
Last Day of Grace.
LL accounts or claimsdue us .will positivel
be put in suit ou the 1st' day of Septenibe
nextv if not paid: before. We cannot wait longo-.
Pay up now and save" cost.
. ltLLU &- oltO i Hl'.K.
Pomeroy, Augrist 19, 186
T iiiel,akfi;h HOUSE, Fi-om t
JLV Street, I'oiueroy, Ohio. The sul
soriber has fitted up a large and commodious hoiu t
near the Stemifloiit Landing, whore he? is real
and prepared at nil times to accommodate tr.
traveling public' His house is comfortable ar
frirniture entirely new is prepared to accWnmc
date a large number of boarders, and rooms cnnU
fiad.for private families on tlni most rcasonabi.
terms. r '- :
He thinks from tho long experience that he hi,
had in the business he can five general satisfa.
Hon. His table stall at all limes be furnished wit I
the best that the market affords.
Bareace will be conveyed to and from the stean
boats free of charge. A careful and attentive Po.
ter will at all times be ready to wait upon thctra
eling public with their baggage.
1 i v . Jf . a. Kllir.Ll'At.r tu.
Pomeroy, Deteinljet 17, 1850. iilOm'o.
7" EST COLVMDIA SALT W.
now have and shall continue to keen th-.
superior article' ff Salt for Tale by thre barrel fr1
uusuei. n ims no superior, aim can oe soia low
ev than thd present prices of othersalt.
' ' : HEED & BR0
liJiuch 27, ISM.
CABINET EDM I TDM
JOHN PriOBS & CO.
'l)ftT STBUbT, -"7
fc g.wr'?,'r uuii.Ciiajiu, j lull iiiuiju ,) .
rojneroy, osilo. rl
ANING lately enlarged their cstnbiishmon
and erected a steam engine in the. turning
department, have now the niost complete and best
arranged aud appointed .:
in this prjrt of Ohio AH kinks of Furniture will
be manufactured at the lowest nrices. viz:
Rosewood, Mahoganp and Black Walnut softs,
carved, ornamental. and plain, suitable for parlors,
drawing and bod-rooms.
Persons desiring any articles in the Furniture
line, from the plainest to tho most "elegant and
costly, are respectfully invited to call.'
The following articles will be made to order:
Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Bedsteads, Cupboards,
aildtlll kinds of household furniture: also
Tele a tete sofas; . 'fete a tete divans,-
Conversation Chairs; Koceplion chairs;
Rosewood parlor do Mahogany purler chairs;
Black walnut do Cane seat do
Mahog'y rocking do Piano stool drf
Sofas in plush, hair and cloth covers,
Divans do do do do
Ottomans, mahogany French bedsteads;
Black walnut do do
Marble top centre tnbka;
JIarblo top dress bureaus;
Marble top fancy stands,
Mahogany wardrobes, Secretaries and "
Book eases, worn stands, toilet tables, Ac.
in- All orders promptly attended to.
CofUnS of every desnrintion ma
nufactured promptly to the time. feb01n20tf. ..
To onr Frtcittlji and Customers.
T&""E thus ecu b?ave to inform von anil thro
your kindness our and your friends of your
neighborhood and elsewhere not forgotting our
enemies if any there be that we are now receiv
ing direct from New Orleansaml the eastern cities
a Fresh CterJ! of tiroces'i&v which wc
are now offerU; r.r sale at room No C, Froul Etreet.
Portsmouth, Ohio, and have made arrangements tc
be be supplied during the season from same places
Our stock will at all times cousist of everything
in the Groeeiy'ine. ..
A It hough in t he matter of purchasi ng a ml i n now
offering our goods for sale, we frankly confess tha
we have been and sti aTe directed mainly by a
desire to promote our own interests yet it wit
nevertheless afford us great pleasure to aceou.no
date our friends to the fullest extent that a due
regard for their and our interests may seem to dic
'I' he hackneyed and stale terms, 'cheap,' 'cheep
er than ever," aud 'cheapest,' .we abstain from
using, leaving toothers (less modest men than our
selves) to derive all the advantages that, an intelli
gent conjminity may concede to this kind of boast
ing. UAK.ES 0t UUSK1RK.
Cuba Expedition Successful!
THAT cher p Stove Store man HILL
PRALL, is on hand nraih with the larg
est, stock of STOVES ever brought to
this ruerrkct, selected with tno greatest care, em
bracing every variety of style and finish, with the"
latest and most improved Patents. Among late
receipts of Stoves at his slore we notice the fol
lowing: CKLF.BKA1KJJ KUTAUY BTUVb,
CHILD'S OHIO PATENT,
CELEBRATED COAL STOVE ENTERPRISE,
OHIO do .
QUEEN CITY ' do '
PRIZE do . m
Ail of the best materials and warranted. Me also
keepscn hand lnfge supplies of custom made TIN
WARE, which he will sell to merchants and oth
ers lower than the same article can be bought in
O Don't forget the Che.ip Tin and Stove Storb
under the Riheltlarfer House. . t
Pomeroy, May 05, 7500 n2tf.
P0 EiiOtf WHARF BOAT.
"COURT HOUSE LANDING.
HAVING newly fitted up my Wharf Koat,
jtf.S improved its capacity, I am prepared to re
ceive and ferwafrj all kinds cf goods, produce, '&&.
eirlicr up or down the f:vr, at the most rcasbna-'
bin rates. Havjiik- maue permanent arrangements
with tin; siiiiurot jlyltlg regularly to Cincinnati
and Pittsburgh, I am prepared to i"o:ivarl freights
at uniform rates regardless ofjtho season. T;ls0
wishing to ship on the Pittsburgh and Cincinnati
Paokets, or on any of tho smaller boata plying re
gularly "Ohio," "Reveille," or "Gov. Meigs,"
can make tjieir ahipmonts tl.rough nie at a great
advantage. My charges are moderate, and as my
facilities forstoring goods arc not exceeded by any
ither boat on tho luver, I invite-businessmen to
consult their own interests by advancing mfnw
Jnreful and attentive fiamls are always ready day
tnd night, to receive or discharge freight.
Families removing to tho West can bo jic--ornmodaled
on board tho Wharf Boat.
ju!iel2u36 ' JAS, MARTIN.
N. B. All letters and freight should be direct-
..d".J. Martin. Pomerov Wharf BoaL Court House,
'.aiidiiig." ' "
Cj Athens Messenger copy lo the amount off!
nd charge this office. '
Bj'Dr. Quysott's"" IvraovKu Extsact or Yel
low Dock and SAasArABiL-LA is a sure remedy for
Hereditary Taint. ' ;
Thousands of individuals are eursed with griev
ous complaiuts, which they inherit from theii pa
rents. Tb; use of-tho. Yellow Dock and Sarsa
darilln will save all this, and save a vast amount
of misery, and maey valuable lives, for it tho
roughly expels Vfrortl tho system tho latent taint,
which is the seed of disease, and so takes off the
curse by. which the sins or misfortunes of tho pa
rents are so often Visits J upon 'ihe innocent off;
spring. . - ,-';' " . "
'Parents owe it to their children to guard them
agninst the effects of maladies that may be-conj;
munioated by descept, id children of parents
that have at any tirao been affected with Con
sumption, Kntofula or Syphilis, owe it to them
selves to take precaution against the disease be-i.
tig. revivod iu thtm.u .Guysott's Extract of Ycl-
U. TVnolr BaMonnrilla le mnym enli,lnl
t aeh mm. See adwtiacrrwrV t nMlwLo
The inhuman creature who wfluld sutler his
belter half the pattntr of his bosom ,to standby
a hot stove and bake bend, this summer, ought
to suffer tho fate provided for old Daniel. R. A.
SfdeboUom's Bakery, Front street, abova Liud, is
the greut depot of Fresh Brtjail, crackers, cakes
and .Pies. no37tf
. farra for Sale, 'y '
OFFER (OT salt-my Fcmi lyiiig on the ro.id lead
ing from Chester to Parkcfsbutg? in Chester
towmdiip, a half mile fronr Adams' rrrlll, contain
ing 90 acres, 60 acres under cultjjfnTion, with two
dwelling houses and a well of good water, a good
apple and peach orclmrd, and a good shop suitable
for a blacksmith or wai:en-maker. .
May 15, 1851 n32w3pd. II. AV. SIMS.
MIES E". ASKING
3kMiiiiir ana ian'uamaknr,
lit'1' If ! -
9S AS JUST RECEIVED and is now opening,
..jl in mo uiiseiiicnim :ic llilieldnrter Moiisjj, a
genera! assortment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial
Flowers. Crapes mid Milliners Trimmings of all
kinds and of the best quality, which will be sold at
a very small advance. , .
Pomeroy, April 07, 9353 n28tf. .
BY virtuo-of a writ of vend. ex. to me directed
by the court of common pleas of Meigs coun
ty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the floor rf the
court house, in Pomeroy, nn the 55th dnv of Au
gust, tho following real estate, to wit: the south
west quarter of the nort hwesl quarter of section
eight, lowiv three, range thirteen, Ohio Compa
ny s purcnase. oii as the property of John Gil
lelaud, at the suit of DaVid Barber et. al.
. . M. W. COLLINS a. m. c.
July 21th, 1851 w5. , .
Hope for tlic Atllicted.
LL WHO MAY BE SI. PEERING WITH
X a derangement of Nature from taking Mer
cury, may be cured by taking the Extract ot
American Oil, which purifies the blood, and
will cure Fresh Cuts-. FeveSercs.'Hr'iisf-s. F.calds.
Burns, Inf.amatioa, Flux, Erysipelas, Blienma
tism, &c., with the small sum of 25 to 50 cents.
For sale by W:.t. B. Pbnninoto.v, Middleport,
Meigs county, Ohio; also, by H. Il tYiux, Letarts-
vlle,-ar.d S. H. B.marrr, Rutland; Call and get
bottle, and you will Tin.l it to be one of the best
medicines now m use.
August 6, 9859. n4.1w3. ,
, ' A T my instance an attachment, was 'this day
issued byS. S. Paine justice of the peace
of Salisbury township, Meigs county, against the
property ami citects ot George W. Aken, a non
resident of said county.
July 2, 85. nlw3.C0C0
Atlwinis; rater's JVotirc.
miE Slirkcrih... lino Kn..n n..,.r,', t ,l n A
i J . ,cd as Administrator on the estate of Lorenzo
Dowt late of Coal'port, Meigs county, deccesed.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment; and thoe having
claims against agtiiust said estate will present
them to duly authenticated for settlement within
one year L oin this -dote.
JONATHAN D. HOFF, Adm'r.
Sheffield, May a, 1851. 'nliSwtl.
Ml' ei.S In chests, tjlf clients, nmt
flesh articles. For sale low by
OAKES. k BUSKIIUC-
Boxes Giaiswari! received and for sale at
9 GIMRGE W HOLMES.
A few drums just received by
GEORGE W HOLMES. .
"lODitflSEY'S VOittOIAL, and Bate
V'X' jnaii'a Diops6-U pr hot. at FLEMING'S
'T7K SALE The stibscribur ofi'ers for sale
ft. his Lard Oil Factory situated in the town of
Pomeroy. For terms aopty to Adam Berkss jr to
the undersigned. DAVID GEYEH.
" Atlsafn5stv:ir's Kotiec.
ATths J uno Term of fie court of cemimn pleas
of Meigs county, the undersigned was appointed
ed and qualified as Administrator, with the will
annexed, of the estate of William McDaniel, 'ale
of said county, deceased.
"T OTiCE. A petition wilt be presented to the
1 ' Trustees of Scipio township, Meigs county,
on' Thursday, the yd dayofJuly next, prayi.ig
for a township toad to be laid out.from the dwel
ling house of Henry Webster, in Section 23,
lown 7, Kaiigo 14, to the main road passing
through said section. HENRY WEBSTER.
June 5, 'jH5j). n,t5w4pd.
THE subscriber h.u been appointed and7qua!i
fied as Adiiiinistraf.or on the e.'t'uito nf Jesiah
Brauuh, late of Cealpott, Meigs county, O., dee'd.
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
.to make immediate -payment; aud those having
claims against said es'ate will present them duly
authenticated tor settlement within one year from
this date. O. BRANCH, Adt.Vr.
Pomeroy, August 9,, . ySfj'J. r.t.'lwtl.
lH THI WHOLE V0RLIt
Ef Prla 1 per Botllt, or Sir llattlafor (3.
It li now put up In QUAUT BOTTLKH, of the tune
pmotr and mtdical ton-v v.n wlinn in gn'all hclrlei. Each
Ixirpe boule contniiin SIXTF-l'DI'It UOSE4, mi tlie
niedicallnnt ere no Strouuly t'nnrOHlrnteil that oul;
Ono TaiAetpoonful ts requirul at a oiifi ttireo timn adcu
ttiua one bottle lusts Ttventy-Ono Pny,- which Is much
longer than a botlle of any oUilt medicUie lasis, because there
lariiqulred of this a leH qiuintllratado'sn.
Tho Krent Superiirity of lias Itlood I'nrtflcr ovor alt
otlior m'jatcines, consists In a great measuro in lis possessing
as a part of its compound, loo powrj'ul Medical Virtues
of some Scarce ana Rare
. -, Indian Roots and Barks, -
which no othor medicine possesses. These are the most certain
FnrlflcrM of the Itlood that were ever known to either
Indian or white man, mid these being cosijxnin&d with totsfronp.
lyoncentrated Extract of
SarsaparOla, Yellow Dock,
OHERRY AND SASSAFRAS BARKS,
make this Vcsretnblc Extrnct,not only the greatal Blond
Purifier, but also, a cheaper medicine by prent oilil
than any other. It Is cheaper, because the quantity of it tbst
may bo boui'lit for One Dollar will last much lonsjrr. anil
wit) cure Ten Times) more Btood-dlseaso, than (Dm Dollar1
worth of any oilier modtcine.
17" For undoubted proof of the Cnret ot
Scrofula, Fever-Sores, y
8eald-Head, Eryeipetai, Salt-Phtum, Bheumaittm, 8yrMli9, Bmp
Hon,, Pimple on the Face, I,! vcr-Consplnllitn, 1'Ua, J.tm
bayo, Cancerout Ulcere, CoHtlveneHH, Snr Eye, DyHprp
Hln. Paint in the Side, Hreait, Honet, and Joint, and all othkb.
Impure-Blood Piskasps, see our PAMPHLETS and Hand
tiUs every Agent has Uutra to give away.
I- - For Hale by D. Reed, Hcrm roy: Cuupcrjr
Co., Chester; r. M. Petrel, GrAham Statiun. Alt
orders must be addressed to Wollaeo & Cc, 304
Bro:nI:v- New York. r"
April 'it, Q.vrr-ri-tiyJ
r-tOUKTY AUCT lOSEOi.-That Cheap
V.''Sltive Slore man BILL PRALL, has been ap
; )olllte(1( quaiif,e(, oiul given bond m Auctioneer
fur Meies county.
Ho will receive on comrflission and sell goods
on the loweUtemis. Call at the No. 1 Stove store.
Pomoroy, Masch 27, 008.1. m.27tf.
Sale of SJcal Jut:ite Iy order of Court
.OntlieSlHWay or December next, A. D, 1531,
at 11 o.clr.ck in tlic forenoon, at the prejinVs, in
'oipio township, in .Meigs county Ohio, will be
soldto the highest bidder the following real Ls
tate, to wit t Houth wc3t corner of the south east
t quarter of.seclion No. 10, in town No. 7, and
range 14 in the iJluo compi.ny's purchase nj seip-
lo iowiiiiip, jii Meig vuuuiy, eioiu. ouojees iu
the dower of tho widow, Apprnisedit $700. and
must sell for 8480 'J-3 on the following terms, 10
wit : One third in hand ; ono third in six months;
and ono third in one year, with interest from day
of sale. ALFH1SU LIS 15, Adm'r
October 28, '51 nlOwS. '. "
"fk.1 oticc ts Lcreby civ en that a petition
i.l will be presented to tlie commis?ioaers of
Meigs county, at liieir Uecember session, JS51,
praying for an altera) ion' of tlie Stale road that
leads from Athens to Gallipolis, whero it crosses
tho land ot llorauo hite, in bcipio township ;
commencing nt tho crossing of-the creeK near Jo
seph llowclls- and, ending in the center, of the
ronu at oeuin iny s, locating saiu loau on saiu
Wliite's lojid so as to run parallel with the line
betweepsaitl White and Pctet Alkire.
- ' VETITIONER.
Sept. 27, 1881 n47w.; l
AT MY, INSTANCE an attachment. was this
day issued by 1LH. Rico, a justice of the
neaea of Salisbury township, Meigs county against
the property and effects of josiah Maloon, an ab
sconding debtor. ,' JOHN THOMPSON. ,
' Gobensack's Worm Syrup. ' ,
VT O Medicine has ever obtained a higher or
I more deserved reputation than Hobensack's
Wonn Syrup; itis daily effecting some of the'most
astonishing and wonderful cures that bavo tvar
boon recorded in the nnnnls of Medicine. -
How important it in for the public to know that
remedyisat hand that ran be relied upuii in all
cases where wonmf are the primary cause of their
This wo boldly assert from our khowledge of
the powerful effects of the vegetables of which it
is composed in destroying Worms and Irom the
numerous unsolicited testimonials .wo aro daily
receiving. .. . .
How many nre pinincr away a nusernhla exis
tence under the supposition that they are dyspep
tic, -when worms ate preying upou tho Very vitals
As an evidence of tin above we refer you to
the testimony of a higlilv respectable Physicia
oi .'iHiiiianawj.en, inew .icrsey:
Mksmrs. Hiiiknbii.'k Sirs: An opportunity of
fering, I, hasten to inform you and the publm, for
their especial benefit, of the efficacy of your Ve1
getable Worm Syrup, as 1 am disposed to give
credit where it is due. The case is as follows:
A respectable married man by the name ofDsr
wood, was in.orir.ed by his Plnsician he was ia
boring under tho Dysyeysia, and .treated accor
dingly, bot still grew Kor.se. Being a man of
strict hahils of morality and temperance, we the
people felt umioiis for the restoration of a useful
man. flu called on me saying, 1 cannot eat
cat enough to keep me alive, while there seems
to be t-omething in me, gnawing my insides out;
it struck me at once that ho had Worms, when 1
reco'm'nended your Worm Syrup; the second bet
tie was nearly exhausted when an abundantquan
titjtof Wonfis from 10 to fourteen inches long
was expelled from him, af'.er which his health re
turned, and he is now actively employol in his
daily avocation, being a carpentut by trade. Thus,
sirs, your Syrup restored to society a useful mem
ber, and to a family a kind nd industrious .pro-
vido. Go ahead, gentlemeu, ministering to' suW
lermg iiumaiuiy, and enjoy the rich reward in
yotipown minds. -
With pleasure I subscribe myselfyours, &o.,
JOSEPH ELK1NTON, M. D.
. Merchants and others wishing the medicinacaa
obtain it at D. Rkku's Drug Store, Pomeroy, H. K.
Wasos, Middleport. or by addressing-thc prupri
etow, J N &. G S HoBKSiSACK, No. 600 St. John
street, Philadelphia. . .
Ordinance in regard o certain Side
Sue. 1.T.E IT ORDAINED by tho Town
Council of the town of Porteroy;
That the Iirnncrtv holders on thn northrrlv
kid'i cf Front; street in said town be, and are
hereby required to construct, and keep in repair,
a side walk on thB7vr!hcrly aide of Front street,
as follows, ( to-wit: Said Ride walk, may be of
wood, brick or stone, shall be of the samgrada
ns lias liecn nxed riy ordinance for Front street,
and shall extend from the Chester' read so callad,
to the westerly limits of the town.
iiaid side walk slmll be four feet wide from Baid
Chester reel to Mr. Grant's hum; and six feet
wide from said lane to the westerly end of Sec. 3.
Sue. 3. IT IS FURTHER ORDAINED bv the
Town Cornier! of the town of Pomeroy, that suid
siue wait; shall be completed by tho Lit ot Novem
ber next; and that if .any person or persons hold
ing property as mentioned in the first m-tion of
this ordinance, shall negleot fit refuse to construct
said side walk -by tho time above roentiom-d, then
and in that uaso, it abnllbe the duty of the street
Comun.-siom-r of the 'ward in which sucli neglect
or retusal m:v; take plact, immediately to caus-
the si lo walk to be made?, and keep an account
of lire expense thereof, which amount shall b
colleoted by an action of debt. for the use ei the
town ot Pomeroy, beloro tho Mayor, airaniit t
several delinquent properly'holdeis, and shall 10
gethtr with the costs be r. lifJii upon the lot or lots
respectively in front of which side walks shall bo
AARON MURDOCK, Mayor.
LEWIS S. NYE, Recorder..
Poiu-.rny, Oct. 1, 0850.
An Oj;i!i:jnce H'itubltafcniK Grades
in t8tc Town of 1'oKieroy.
BE IT ORDAINED by I he Town council of the
Town of Pomeroy, that the following points
be established as the grade of Front andCourt
streets iu said Town.
Commuting nt Ralslon's East line, thenc to
surface of street in front of V. B. Ilortnsi.j o(fio;
thence to' the west end of Navlor's Run bridge;
thence frem'east end of bridge to the west isiilu of
Spring stveet;tlienco to the center of Plum si ret;
thence toa point three leet above the prtvenliiu
face of P.oad in front cf i'.o'.li.ig Mill oCice; t'.enea
lo center of Cherry street: -thence to a point in
front of Foster's house. Thence to Knp'a weet
ll'ie Ij a point one foot, above j'resent ;ni;s'ace of
street on stone culvert; theuce to a piiut.at C. R.
Pome'roy's east lioo; thence to center of F.I in street;
thence to west line of section No. P.; t hence to Mrs.
Murray's west line; thence to A. Murd- ck'3 cast
line; thence to Huffmanjs v:estyliiie; thence to
Radford's west line; thence to the orov. cy i.ic kil
ter of street in front of N. it. Nye' 3 housvtnenca
to a point in road en the top"of i.l:o hiil. .
yr '.a west side of Butternut sUeet'to the present
snrfit e of street al Stephenson' west !ine;,t.heiice
to the'wcsterii.liue of the corporalio;:.
Cot'iiT Si iii-vr. From f.ip of curb stone at east
corner of F rout and Con ffstreels to seeeiid street
nt a point on ajevefv.'ith tho tep of SetlePaino's
. AAllON MtRDOCK, 'iIyor
' LEWIS S. NYE, Kectji'sr.
KJ J-STOps A new ttvo"horseWAGON--weil
y'f iiouei and complete in all particulars; f i
sale by apniU7 ' P.EI-U .V HKQ.
r a 'MIE SLBSlItIBKR has on hand and is prepa
jj red to sell all kinds of Buggies one or lr
horse mnnufaclured from tlie best materials; aud
of the lalest styles. The prices aro very reasona
ble, and the work warranted. Those wishing t
purchase one. of these indispensable" articles of
comfort are invited to call. ".
Pomeoy, May 3, 00S-1.
)l'DGJ'" NYE resumes the practice of the Law
I Iu will atte'ud the Courts in Meigs andOallia,
and the other counties of the (present) eighth oj
'IIIE RATES OF TAXATION in the county
JL of Meigs, for the year lsoi, are aa loitows :
For St nto" purposes, 30 cts. on the S100 valuation.
For Counly Revenue 18 " " '.' " " ".
For Common School 10 " " " ' "
And a special School
tax in Scipio of 4 " " " .
For Public Building (1 " " " . "
Also for Bond purposes a general levy of 10 cts
oil 11,0 fLvJ vuluutiou, ami in Uio low nsiops vi
Uhester and Urange each Vto cts., in Olivo 2 cts.,
Salisbury lOcts. on the J 100 valuation.
And for Town and Poor ptTrpoces in Bedford 10
c(s.- Rutland 10 cts., Salem 0 cts., Salisbury 6 cts.
Scipio CI ?-s,, Orange 10 els., Olive "J Lebanon
Cets., Chester o ?'- voiummaa cts., button 03s
U. on the P100 valuatiott. .
Also, a corporation tax in tlt9 town of Pomeroy
6f 31 cts. on'tlic 100 valuation. k '
I will Mitfnd at mvollice iit Pomeroy, porsonal-
ly.or by deputy from tho"ieit' t September
until tho 'Jlith tlayot l'ocember lb'Si, i "lepur
fOSt of receiving said tnx.
O. BRANCH, Treasurer of Meigs co.
Pomeroy, Sept, 16, 1851. f
The subscribers having been duly appointed by
me court oi common pleas oi washinclon coun
ty to admin istcr.uYion the csttile of Thomas YvL,
Willhiins, Into of said county, deceased, he;eby
give nouee iu an persons inuooieu 10 saiu estate
to make payment to them i and to all persons
having claims against said estate to present the
same to them, legally authenticated,, within one
year from date.
A. W; WILLIAMS, Adin'r.
MARY M. WILLIAMS, Adni'x. '
Marietta-, Oct. 28, 51--ii'lltw3. - '
T my instance an attachment was this day
issned byS. S. Paine a Justice of the Peace
of Salisbury township, Meigsounty, aguinst the
property and effects of Gotrgo W. Aken, a non
resident of said county. WM. WALLACE.
Pomcrov, Oct. 20, '61 Ii49w6.
lload Tax Notice, - ,
The Commissioners of Meigs county at their
Maroh session 1851, determined that a general
levy of ton cents on the 100 valuation,; be as
sessed on tho taxable property of said county
entered on tlie duplioato of 1851. ,
ALSO: An additional levy of 20 cents on the
$100 valuation, by the Trustees of Chester, of 2
cents on the ttOO, by tho trustees of Olive ; of
20 cents on-jllio $100, by the Trustees of Orange,
and 10 cents on the $100 by the Trustees of-i
Salisbury. - 8. HALLIDAY Aud.
JtWS Vi, lflfll. nw4.
0.. te . n l l n . n.. e -t"i
rur iuo n-uiuvui aim icrmtmrui tura ui aui
ind of IVose Cnmrwrits which sire cameJ by ID Imaojrail
. wesKcueu unneauny eonuiuon 01 me
.' NERVOUS SYSTEM.
This beautiful and convenient amilleation ol the tnrst.
rious powers of GALVANISM aud MAGNETISM, baa beea
B renounced by diitiiiKuiKlicd physicians, both in Kurope an4
le United States, to be the must valuable medicinal diiett
of the ags. .
DR. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC BELT
- MAGNETIC FLUID,
is used with the most perfect and certain success In all oatos
Strengthening the weakened body, giving tone te th varioHf
uiihiip biiu iiiviH"miu,K uit enure svaivm. jiuo la rna,
CHAMP, PARALYSIS and PALSY, DYSPEPSIA or INDl
GESTION, RHEUMATISM, ACUTE and CHRONIC, 09UT,
EPILEPSY, LUMBAGO, DEAFNESS,, NERVOUS TRS
MOI1S, PALPITATION OF THE HEART, APOPLEXY,
NEURALGIA, PAINS in tho SIDE and CHE8T, LIVER
COMPLAINT, SPINAL COMPLAINT, and CURVATURg
of the SPINE, HIP COMPLAINT, DISEASES of the KID
NEYS, DEFICIENCY OK NERVOUS and PHYSICAL
ENERGY, and all NERVOUS DISIOSKStWlUcb-fi
true iroin one simple causo namely, . . ..
A Derangement of the Nervous System.
(gy In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Drugs and Medicines
fatreaet tS diteaee, for they weaken the vital energies nf the
already prostrated system ; while under the strengthening,
life giviur, vitalizing influence of Galvanism, is applied by
this beautiful and wonderful discovery, tht exhausted patieal
and weakened sufl'orcr is restored to former health, strength,
elasticity and vigor. - .1. -
The great peculiarity and excellence of A
Dr. Christie's Galvanic Curatives,
consists in the fact that they arrest and enre disease by
ward application, in place 01 the usual mode of drugging- and
phaicking the patient, till exhausted Nature sinks hopeletsly
under the infliction.
TAcMfrengrAen the whole eystem, eaualimt tht sircufasisn.
of theblood, promote the eecretiont, and never do the tlighttu
injury ader any circumttanctt. Since tlwlr introduoUoa lo
Uiu I'uMd States, goly threa yean a
since, more than
noluding all ngos, classes and conditions, among which were
a large number of ladies, who are peculiarly subject to Nen
ou Complaints, have been
ENnKJLT AND PERMANENTLY CUBED,
when all hope of relief had been given up, and avery thing
slue been tried in vain '.
To illustrato the tno of the GALVAKIC BELT, suppose
the cose nf a person atllicted with that bane of civilization,
D YWErSI A, or any other Chronic or Nervous Dlsordet. In 1
ordinary cases, stimulants are taken, which, by their action oa '
the nurvt-s end muscles of the stomach, a'ord ternr-vary re
lief, but v.-hton leave tne patient in a lower state, anil with in '
jured faculties, after tha action thus excited has ceased. N
compare this with the efl'-t resulting from the application of -the
GALVANIC BELT .ike a Dyspeptic suflerer, even is, :
the worse symptoms of en attack, and simply Ue the Bell ''
around tho body, using the Magnetio Fluid as directed. In
a short period the insensible perspiration will act on the post,
tivo element of the Belt, thereby causing a Galvanic circuit,
tion which will pass on to the negative, and thence book .
again to the posiUve, thus keeping up a continuous Galvanic
circulation throughout the system. Thus the most eevort
cases of DYSPEPSIA are PERMANENTLY CURED. A
FEW DAY'S IS OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO FB.ADI
CATS THE DISEASE OF YEARS.
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIAL.
Of Uio most Undoubted Cbancter,
From til parts of the Country could be given, sufficient tr
ull every column in this paper !
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
which conclusively proves that .
"Truth is stranger than Fiction.". ,
Rheumatism, Bronchitis and Dyspepsia.
EEV. DR. LANDIS- A CLERGYMAN'.' V
of New Jersey, of distinguished oltainnisuts and exalted re
Sid.tit, New Jersey, July 11 1848.
Da. A. H. ChbistiK Dear Sir : You wiah to know of me
what ha been tb result in my own case, of tha application
of THE OALVAMO BELT AND NsV'KLACE., My-wply U- '
as follows : - .j
Fc-r about twenty yearn I had been suffering from Dyspen.
la. Every yoai the symptoms became wnrso, nor could ( ob
tain permanent relief from any coune of medical treatment
whatever. About fourteen years since, In consequence ef
frequent exiosure to the weather, in the discharge of my
pastoral duties, I become subjoct to t severe Chronic Rheu
matism, which for year after year, caused me indescribable
tuguish. Farther : in tho winier of 1 45 and '48, In const.
quor.ee of preaching a great deal la my own and various -
'other churches in this region, I was attacked by the Bronrb
tit which soon became so severe es to require an immediate '
suspension of my paatoral labors.- My ntrasus eyt'em wai now '
ihorouzhly frmtrated, and as my Bronchitis became worse, se
also did nty Dyspepsia aud Itheumatio affection thus evin.
cing that these disorders were connocted with each other
through the medium of the Nervous system. In the whole
phai-maoopaiiu there seemed to be no remedial agent whicr '
could reach and recuiierate my Nervous System ; every -Jung
that 1 hid tried for this purpose had completely failed. '
At last I was led by my frienla to examine your inventions, -and
(though with no very sanguine hopes of their efficiency,)
1 determined to try the offent of the application of the OAL-'
VAN1C BELT AND NECKLACE, with the MAGNETIC
FLUID. This was in June, 184B To sir oiiit istoisiih
siEnr, iff two nits Mr Dr.ir.pm' had ooki ; ik xioht .
osrs I was xxaslxd to aescHt uv rssToxaL Lsaaaa; noe '
HAVE I BlftCE OMITTRD A SIQLS SKBVirR olf ACCOUNT Or TH .
BhoRCHITIS J 1HT RMFUSIATIC A'FrECTIOH HAl BSITiaiLT
nssco to TBoi'si.a six. Such is the wonderful and happy re
suits of the experiment. - '
I have recommended the BELT and FLUID to many wht
have been likewise suflering from Neurelgil! aflectmna. They
have tried them, with Htrrr n,:nirs, 1 hxlixve, i treat '
1 am, dear sir, very respectfully yours,
" . ROBERT W. LANDtaV
la used for all complaints effecting the Throat or Head! sock ' .
as Bronchitis, Inflammation of tho Throat, Nervous and Sick
Headache. Dizziness of the Head Neuralgia in the Face, But
ting or Roaring in the Eara, Deafness, which is genertuljr
Nervous, tnd that distressing complaint, called Tic Doloraux,
Palsy and Paralysis.
All physicians acknowledge that these terrible dhwttti
Ire caused by 1 dricicncy of tfirvtut Energy in tht affected
limbs. Da. Christie's Oalvonio Articles will supply thie
deficient powor, tnd. a completb tad tntirt oar it that :
ell'ecUJ. -. '. ..
fiaVTAi-A Toatncee fltira
f. . MVVWAV VVUJU,WaB VIAAD1A.
The following It an extract from t loiter lately, rtotlvts)
from a distinguished physician in the Stale of Virginit-i
"A. H. CnnisTit, M. D. Dear Sir: One of jny nttitnt.
unknown tome, obtained your Galvanic Belt and Secklaeo. .
with the Magnetic fluid, for t serious adectjon of Dee
ness. The case was that of t lady whnse Nervous system
was much disordered, and her gonertl health poor. Muck
was done previously lo the application of the Belt, but with
very little success, ami I feel it only right to .tell yon, that
since she commenced wearing the Belt and uung the Fluid,
but t few weeks ago, she hot ENTIRELY RECOVERED
HER HEARING, and her gonertl health is better than to
JUTH V?"ti '
ffrv- Every cose of Deafness, if It be NervoLuTafiaaiinalto
is, can be cured by this wonderful remedy. .
' DR . CHRIS TIE'S
ntl.VANIil nt) irvr nmsi
- " ' - a. m v JM J. V A A. J tA JLS MU A U
Art lound or vast service in oases of Convulsions or Fit.
Bnasmodio Complaints, and general Nervous Aflectiont of the
lload and upper extremities. Also in Palsv and rarolv.l. ana
all diseases ctused by t deficiency of pnwet cr petToai
Energy in tht limbs or other organs of the body.
, - Tic Doloreux and Neuralgias .
Then dreadful tnd tgonizing cnmplalnU trt M'ttref.
Vfiy rsltVeed by the tpplication of tho GiL?ii.ro Belt.
iVtcxLAcr aiid Fluid. The Belt diffuse! tht EleotricltT
iin:'lh tl,e ,rst,m i ,he Necklace has a local effect, end
the Fluid tw directly upon the affected nervee. In thest (Us.
ireasiuf iftticUons ih application NEVER FAILS-
FIT8 AND CVUL8ION8. ' .
These alarming tnd terrible complaints .tre alwtyt caused
by 1 deranremtnt of the Ntnei. Tht Bxlt, Bkaoslits ab
Fluid will ouro nearly every case, no matter how youna- ot
liaj .id Mia nation, I, il .1 ... 1 .
" r" , uvuuiuivu ma cunipjaiai. nil.
rerous tnd uitonisbing proofs are in possession of tht pre.
11 , 1 nnv iiiinitro.i 1 ...; Ann,n r.nM ii ,,a
the country of the most extraordinary character W
can be given, if required. -.
.. B".7No trouble or inoonvenience attends he Uae
of CR.CHRISTIE'SGALVANIC ARTICLES, and .
they piay be worn by the most feeble and dslictts."
j, .v 0..7. iu uiniir t;u3CH la
viioiiiiiim jBiuinuintr tneir use is liiRhly pleasan
and agreeable. Thay oan be sent to any part 9
the country, . 4 " t - . .
" ? Prices; ' . ' , t
I he Gnlvanie Hoi,, ' . Thee Donftrt. .
1 he Galvanic Necklae. Two Tinilnrt.
i ne liaiThiHo liraeeWis, One Dollar Eaa
Ihe M,iKne tio Fluid, '' Ono Dollar.
1 he articles are nccomponicd by full and plai
directions. . Pamphlets with full particulars may
be had of the authorized Ajient. '
Li rARTiri i.sn i :.,.,.,., . u ,a r r
feits and orthless Imitations. - . :
" 17'D.X'. MOHLHEAD, M. D., General A(?en
for the United Stnteo, 132 Urondway, New York.
(TTJ". P. Ifl.KVIVll nn,1 II PFim .,lll,.i.J
Agents for MeiRs county. nolOyl. -
io Collcc 300 Dai's anpenor articlo tiist
reaaivedand forsalett No 6.
OAHM t BtTSKIRK,