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. New York, December 23, 1851.
HEAD QUARTERS.
December 93, 1851. ' ,.
" NEW GOODS. -
WE have just opened a very large andbeaa
tiful assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOOD3.
lirect from New York. Philadelphia and Balti-J
nore. The most part of which were bought in
large lots from first hands, at greatly (educed pri
ces, expressly for the Jobing Trade ; and wt feel
confident in saying that we are now prepared ta
jfler the greatest bargains, either at Wholesale or
Retail, that has ever been seen in this section of
country. - If you will call and examine my stock
the prices shall convince you that what I say is
.rue.. . E. 8. EDWARDS.
Pomeroy. Not. 3, 1361.
K Pieces Black, Green, Red and Fancy Al
JU Dacca, French Merino and Thibet Cloth
it EDWARDS'.
Nov. 3, 1851. : -
Of Pieces Muslin Celine, all colors, , .
JU 10 do all wool do., and Poplins, very
heap.at ' EDWARDS'."
A Piece Bladk and Colored Dress and Bon
1 U nett Silks.' A fine lot of Bay State, Black,
Red and Mode Shawls, of superior quality, at
Nov. 3. '51. EDWARDS.
Piece real Madder Prints, from 8
to 12 cents per yard. - .
60 pieces Gingham and Hoyle's 6-4 Prints, at .
Nov. 3, '61. EDWARDS'.
Cloths t Black, Blue and Drab ; Also Cassi
merer, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans. 4c, cheap
it EDWARDS'
oots and Shoest a good assortment, at
. . EDWARDS'.
500
B
C5ILK, Fur, Mexican and Wool Hats.
O Silk Plush, Mohair and Cloth Caps, at
EDWARDS',
Bonnets t Florence Braid, China Pearl, Tulip
dp., Colored Straw, at : EDWARDS'..
Dozen Coney and African Lynx Huffs!
do . Misses do
1 do . . Ladies Victorines, for sale at
December 9, 1851 EDWARDS'
2?
0
ne Hundred Seamless Bags for sale a
dec9'61
EDWARDS'
TTUve Hundred Pieces Brown aadbleach-
1. ed Shirtings and Sheetings, at
dec9'61
EDWARDS
Dozen
dec9'61
Ladies and Gents Carpet Sacks, at
EDWARDS'
mpL Beams Blue and White Letter Paper;
f k) 100 do do do Cap do
60 do Wrapping do
Tor sale at EDWARD'S
'
iwo Hundred Lb. Green and Whit
Shoe Thread a good article, at
dec9'51 EDWARDS
F
ive Hundred Thousand G. D. and
S. B. Gun Caps at EDWARDS'
Ofl A Dozen Gnm Suspenders, of different
JUU
kinds, at
DDWARDS'
F
ive Hundred Yards Wool Carpeting, of
various patterns, at
EDWARDS'
QAA lbs. Superior Indigo, 100 lbs. Nutmegs,
OUU 200 lbs. Cloves, 300 lbs. Gum Camphor,
at EDWARDS'
i AChcstS Young Hyson Tea;.
I U 4 do Imperial do
6 do Black do
15 Sucks Rio Coffee, at
December 9. EDWARDS'
I Dozen Rowland Mill Saws;
4 do Castile do do
1 do CroS&Cut 'do
2 do Collins' Axes;
1 do Mann's do
600 lbs. Cast Steel, assorted sizes;
200 do Shear and German do, at
dec9'51
EDWARDS'
K Dozen Violins and 2 dozen Accordeons, at
O dec9'61 EDWARDS'
17 Ive Hundred Lbs. Spanish Sole LeAther,
1' at EDWARDS.'
k A Dozen Gents Standing Collars;
1 U 25 do. 3 Ply do do do
20 dozen Bonnet Crowns, late style, at
dec9'61. EDWARDS'
An Ordinance.
BE it ordained by the Town Council of the
Town of Pomeroy, That the Council shall
appoint one Assistant Marshal in each Ward, who
shall serve for the term of one year, and until his
successor be anDotntel and aunllified.
" . -..-.TTl-.-.! W
Lewis S. Nye, Recorder.
December IB, 1851 n4w4.
1852, Q
1S52.
' , M!8 E. A6KIN8,
Milliner and Manlnamakcr,
HAS JUST RECEIVED and is now opening,
one door above the Riheldaifer House,
IN REMINGTON'S BUILDING.
a general assortment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial
Flowers, Crapes and Milliners Trimmings of all
kinds and of the best quality, which will tc sold at
a very small advance.
Pomeroy, December 2, 1851 v3n28tf. .
Clocks for One Dollar und'allalf.
, OT HEAD QUARTERS EXACTLY. BUT
I nm.v nNR nnnn arhvc at tup
SIGN OF TnE GOLD WATCH Where maybe k.ePl.in ,h.' M?rk-ct
Awfnl Cnlnmiij uttd Urcat rail
Stock or t.iHKls!!
JUST received at the SUr Store, from the Eas
tern cities, asuperior and splendid stock 4
Fall and Winter Goods, which will be sold at
such reduced prices that it will astonish the Na
tives. My stock consists in part of the following
articles i ,
100 Pieces Fancy Prints, at 50 cti. an armfulU '
200 , " Brown Muslin, awful cheap.
iOO pair Boots and Shoes, for almost notblr.r.
tb pieces Alpacas, from 25 to 50 eta per yd. ;
20 " Muslin DeLanes, at any price you want,
20 Casimeres, frgm 60 cis to 81,25 per yd.
10 " Broad Cloth, ever so cheap.
SO Bbls. Whiskey, by the bbl gal or quart .
With a host of other Notions, such as are usuall)
All or which will be sou
found a splendid and complete assortment of
Watches am Jewelry, viz:
Lever, Lcpine and Quartier Watches: Breast
pins, Finger Rings, Ear Rings, Gold and Silver
Pencils; also,' splendid article of Extension
Pens the neatest thing conceivable. Spectacles
for old or young eyes suitable tor all eyes and ev
ery variety ol detective, vision. Also, Tooth
Brushes, fancy Boxes, Tooth Picks, Tweezers.
Combs of all kinds, Watch trimmiugs. such as
Chains, Ribbons, Seals, Keys, Guards, &c, Purses,
Pocket Books, &c $c.
Last but not least, a lariie and rcneral assort
ment of CLOCKS, fromll 60 to 8. I can't and
wont be beat in Time or Price, by any body. Mark
that.
ALSO Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired
as usual. GEORGE LEE,
Nov. 18, 1851. n52tf. Silversmith.
Gft EAT- QUEST 10 N.
JOHN K. NORGAN would respectfully invite
the citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity to call
at his new store on Front street, the fifth door be
low the Post Office, in Dr. Train's new buildine.
and examine his new and fashionable -
Fall aud Winter Stock of Clothing,
which he has just opened, and will dispose' of at
the very lowest prices. He need not boast of his
quality and cheapness. All he asks is for his
mends to come one and all, examine and price his
ihocking low for" cash in hand or produce daliv
erea. . . . . .
In view my Goods more fully to expl.anl '
( will by the way of poetry proclaim i
Let pealing drums and cannons roar,
And send the news from shore to shore.
That all creation both f r and near, . ',
Of cheap John's Goods soon shall hear. '
First I will speak of Dry Goods rare ; ' , , .
Such trophies sure will make you stare.
Of Broad Cloths Csssimeres and pants so aheap.
Of them it is useless m jre to speak. . . .
Delighted you can't help but be
When you see their prices and their quality. ' '
The Ladies will my compliments receive ; ' . '
And call they mus the wonders to believe. .
as tor prints 1 have all kinds ol styles
From 4 cts up to 25 cts piles on top of piles. '.
tn Winter Goods for soon it will come, ? "
I will give you bargains, ho just for fun. ' '
From 16 cts to 26 you shall see Alpacas very fine;
And by the bye great bargains can be seen in ev-
1 ery .line v.- ,
Edgings, Laces and all kinds of fancy shawl, s
With Gloves and Stockings both," here, and Cat-
ton to suit all that call- .. .,:,,.. ...
Large stock of Boots and Shoes .with -best Sol
. Leather,'- : . " ; , . '
The very articln to suit jjii muddy weather;- '
Hardware from Jews Harps to Blacksmith's anvili
.101 omitting iwo aozen oi aiann s axes witt
- ' ' hanrfln. - ': ' 4.''.' ' .
goous oe ore purchasing elsewhere. He is conh- 0h Whisk(.yi too , m ,Uro it lf nrstatC;
t.hfl,?.0"?.wlI!leave.h!s lOT? w,th..ut V" "6 Just call at the Star Store, for bargains irreat.
These with many olhti articles are for sale by
satisfied with the prices.. His stock consists of
lrancy bilk and Satin Vests,
Of the very best; ' ' '
Fancy Cassimere and Doeskin Pants,
For Lawyers, doctors, farmers dt laboring bands;
Cloth, Tweed, Felt and Bhnket Coats
By the wagon loads;
The latest styles of Silk Hats,
Cloth and Silk Plush Caps;
Striped and fine White Shirts,
As handsome as Canary birds
Carpet Bags, and Umbrellas,
You will find with him always;
Warranted Shoes and Boots,
With a host of other goods.
Come one and all and examine for yourselves,
You .will find more than csn be stored in his
shelves;
All of the very best and neatest;
And you will find that Johm sells the cheapest.
. ; JOHN K. NORGAN.
H. B. SMITK
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Quaemware, elc.
IS BACK AGAIN AT HIS OLD STAND ON
1 the corner of Cherry and Front, where he
will oe happy to greet his numerous friends and
customers with another (the fifth) Jot of olu
iioods. Having purchased the entire stock of
l. yv. Williams and connected his own therewith
he is prepared to trade for. every marketable arti
cle, casn not excepted, upon terms to suit
N. o. 1 he Stove Store and Tin and Copper
Establishment will be continued in the old stand
one uoor below by SMITH & THOMPSON.
July 90, 1859.
the subscriber, who is sometimes called Cheap
John, and also ' JOHN M. STRIDER.
Wanted.
10,000 bushels of Onto, and all of the Corn.
Potatoes, Flaxseed, and Beans that I can get. For
winch the highest price will be paid in cash or
money.
IN. a. A few words to those that the coat fits ;
What an awful thing it is to sell Whiskey. Oh.
deplorable wretch that docs it ! He has no con
science I He is destitute of all manly principles !
This is the language of a few would-be men of
this place. As lor my part, l admit 1 sell Whis
key. Of course, according to the above declara
tion I must be a very devilish oreature.' but what
will some persons say to making a child's bargain.
And that is this : When you quit slandering your
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Ihe greatly increased expense of employing rc-
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OFFfc'.RliU at kkhuckd prices.
IOThe new pistape law, whirh took effect
July 1. 1851, permits vs to send Bound Volumes,
weighing not over two pounds, by Mail. This is
a .great event, and the rending community have
cau for self-congratulation.
The discouut on the annexed List will be twen
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betters, and will coine up like men and pay your porters, &c., duriiur the session, induces us to nut
just debts, and not lie eternally, and set time to the price of the session paper higher than it is
nine tor years, men; 1 say wnen mat comes 10 oe lor i.ie uaiance ot the year.
the case. 1 will quit my bad habits. -
A lew words, 1 say, you will find to be true.
Attend to your business, and you wil have
.. JVU A ....
JOHN M. STRIDER.
October 23, ;6l n49tf. -v.
SCOTT & BASCOM. Publishers.
Coi.wiiata, November 17, 1851.
FKOSl'ECTl S FOK 1852.
'i IIE'SATURUAY EVE.NLNGLPOST,
The Leading LileraryWeekly Paper of tl,t
Union.
The Proprietors of the POST think it unnecos
sary to dwell upon the distinguishing features of
their well-known weekly, whose brilliaiitsuccess
"ILOTHING.made to order and warranted in
S every particuior by H. B. SMITH.
Boots dc Shocs.WiRhing to close out this
part of my trade I will sell below the usual
rates at wholesale or retail. II. B. SMITH.
July 97, 9859.
POMEROY FOUNDEKY,
Engines, Machinery, Plows, Stoves.
THE subscriber having purchased the enure in- during an existence of THIRTY YEARS is a sure
tcrestinthe above establishment, is prepared to guarantee for the future. We have the pleature
furnish any article desired f:om an Engine to a of announcing our continued connection with
flat iron. Having in his employ the most expert- Mrs. b. D. E. N. SouimiwonTii, author of "The
enced workmen, he can safely promise that his Deserted Wife," "Sliannondale." &c. Du'ing
work shall be as represented and to put all cavil the coming year, we have already mado arrange-
hi muii. ne win hii an worn seni irora 1 menus lor me loiiowing nouveueiies:
his establishment. He is prepared to fill orders EOLINE; OR MAGNOLIA VALE;
for Steam Engines Machinery of every By Mrs. Caroline Lee Hestz, author cf "Liai'a."
kind Moves, lloiiow ware. Grates, "Rena," ftc
Salt Pans, Metal riates of every size Viola; or Adrenlures in Ihe Snuih-11'esl
Extra Inouctiie!t. -On receipt nf the cash,
we will forward by Mail or Expres, Books ordered
from the following list, on the aliove terms, and
rE or expksreI so now is the time for those re
siding in different parts of the country, who arc
not . in the vicintty of a boekstore, to purchase
their books at greatly reduced prires.
List of Books, with Booksellers prices attached:
Doyle's Ready Reckoner, new and m.prvved .
edition, from new plates. k'
Yonng Lndy'tf Gift. , : , v.
Jay's Family Praycn
Dodriflge's Rirfc aud Progress.
Baxter's Saint's Rest ;
Robbin's Prodnce Reckoner; showing the
t valueof different kinds of Grain, by the
pound or bushel. IV1110.
The Youiig Man's Book.
Chamber's Treasury nf Knowledge.
Lnmnrti ne's History of the Kr.'n-h Revolu
tion of 1848; with steel pcrl.rHit,
Fowler's Phrenology; Pr.ved, 'Illustrated,
and Applied. With cuts.
Combe's Constitution of Man
Moore's Lalls Rookh. A beautiful edition.
Steel plate.
A Gift Book for Young Ladies; by Dr. A Icott,
With plate. ''
A Gilt Book for Young Men; by Dr. Alcolt.
With plate.
Fox's Book of Martyrs.
I.ivMnf the Weslcvs- .
Pilgrim's Progress: with Notes and Lite of
the Author, with plates.
Life of Christ and his Apostles; by Rev.
John Fleetwood, D. D.
Life of Dr. J udson, the head of the Mission
ary Enterprise; by J. Cliin.'nt. 110 ip.
with Portrait. '
Lives of.the three Mrs. Judsons: same as
above withthrie Portraits.. 400 pp.
Life and Essays of Dr. Franklin. With Por
trait. ,
The Life of John Quincy Adams; by Win.
H. Seward.
The American Fruit. Cullurist; by John J.
Thomas. ' .
HphiIIpv's Women'of the Bible,
Hnullfiv's Nanoleon and his Marshals. Il
lustrated.
The Life of Empress Josephine, first wife
of Napoleon; by P. C. lleadley. With
steel portrait.
Indian Cnptivities, or. Life in the Wigwam;
bv Samuel G. Drake.
The Missionary Offering; dedicated to Dr.
J udson.
The Life of General Zachar; Taylor; by H.
Montgomery
Life of General Scott; by Mansfield,
The Generals of the Last Wi r wiih Gre.it
Britain; by JolniS. Jenkins.
Popular Poets. 12nw, ncnt cloth, wi:li Por
traits. -., "
Mrs. Heman's Poetical orks.
Bums'
1 26
1 26
1 26
1 23
1 26
1 25
1
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For the Removal and Permanent Can tfl
NERVOUS DISEASES,
And of Uiom ConpdM-ib which art euinj hj hmfmrrA
weakimd it anhMllhy conditio r tka .
.. IERTOVI ITITIH,
Thit txtutlfnl and conwiient pplicttlon m tht
riooi (K.w.ncf GALVANISM and MAONETISM, WU)
rirotiouncftd by diitinfuuhed phyilcian, both in Eump m4
he United SUtM, to b tin wutf nincAlit idiiiMi iiwm
if Ihttf.
DR. CHRISTIE'S OALVANIO BELT
.' and ' V-."'-
-MAGNETIC FLUID,
ta u.d with tin moat perfct uid etrtaia ineetM In nil nm
f
' OENBRAL DEBILITT,
BUtngtheniny th wetk.nfd boly, (itlng ton to th artw
rrim nd invigormling thn entir iTittm. Alio, in fl'TK
CRAMP, PARALYSIS, and PALSY, UVSrKPSIA or INDI
OK-STiON, RHEUMATISM, ACUTE and CHRONIC, OOUT.
KPILBPSY. LUMBAGO, DEAFNESS, NERVOUS TRf.
MORS, PALPITATION OK THE HEART, APOPLEXY,
NEURALGIA, PAINS in tho SIDE end CHEST, LIVED
. COMPLAINT, 8PINAL COMPLAINT, nd CURT ATCRr
of tho SPINE, HIP COMPLAINT. DISEASES of th Kit.
NEYS, DEFICIENCY OF NERVOUS ond 1 PHYSICAL
ENERGY, and ail NERVOUS DISEASES, which eoaBliUti
ariie from ouo limplo cauie namely,
A Derangement of the Fforroua lytlin.
0(7-III NERVOUS COMPLAINTS Drug, aud MediriM
Iv.erratt dittatt, for thev wnakos tha titul onai-tT.oi I ttoa
already ,roftraUd ayatem t while tinner tbe luengttteiiiaek
r
ni weakened mfferer U restored to loiiner health, iii.(tit
1 25
1 25
1 M
1 CO
I i.'S
I i.5
i is
I umner.weather boards and inch poplar
jLJiorsaieoy u. jj. sailTH.
the Marietta
SMITH'S,
Buckets A Tnbs. From
Factory for sale at
( lass Jars, Tea Boxes, Lamps and other
va store room rurniture tor sale nt
II. B. 3311
Qry Dozen Blank Books, assorted sizes.
i 3 Also, a small lot of Fancy Bibles, Sunday
School Testaments, Webster's University Diction
ary, with fifty dozen Elementary Spellers, and a
small sprinkling of poetical Works, at
dec9'61 , EDWARDS'
TO MERCHANTS.
I INVITE the attention of Country Merchants
to my Stock of Notions and Fancy Goods,
which can be sold at low prices and on reasonable
terms, consisting in part of the following articles:
100 Packs Pins;
600 Dozen Ladies' Cotton Gloves;
100 do do Lisle Thread to;
26 do do Cashmer da
40 do Cotton Purses;
800 Gross Hooks and Eyes;
100 do Gilt Vest Buttons;
Pressed Horn Coat doi
Lasting and Brocade do. do;
Fine faced suspenders oo
60
40
300
100
60
do
do
do
do
do
)
H COHEN respectfully returns bis thanks
o to his buying customers for their liberal
patronage to hiin, and would say to them that he
is still on hand with a large supply of WINTER
GOODS; and his advice is, in place of running to
. the' drug stores and buying patent medicines and
cough candy, to buy yourselves warm clothing,
nd you can save both disease and money and live
more comfortable. My stock consists in part of -Heavy
Felt, Blanket, Tweed, & Cloth Coats;
Cloth, Satinett, Silk and Satin Vests;
Satinett, Jeans an! Cassimere Pants;
Fine cloth and silk plush Caps;
' Fur and silk Hats;
Fine and Kip Boots and Shoes;
Fin and Hickory Shirts, Drawers, Undershirts,
Comforts, Cravats and Handkerchiefs;
Umbrellas, Carpet Bscs and Trunks:
' I have also a large stock of DRY-GOODS, such
as French and English Cloths. Tweeds. Cassi-
neres, Jeans, Satinetts, Calicoes, Brown Cottons
nd bheeting, with a host of Notions, too numer
ous to mention here.
. I will also say to my customers that I am now
--prepared to sell Groceries of all kinds, and enough
cheaper to pay the trouble of coming and buying
-v Of me. All I ask is for you to come nnd 'examine
' mv artiAla. .n.l nw'tna tl,m Vm, urill f,nA tl.am
Vi A.. . , 1
"My stock of Groceries consists of Sugar, Coffee,
, Tea, Rice, Fish, Tobacco, Soap and Candles; all
wmch 1 will dispose of atthevnar lowest prices
IT All linds of Country Produce taken in ex
change for Goods. i
HT Call at the old stand, Cohen's Headquarters
wo. , on Front, between Court and Lind streets.
You will find him at his post. H. COHEN
Ponwroy, December 3J, 1851.
Notice. 1
Stockholders in the Pomeroy Salt Co. are here
by notified that their regular meeting the election
of Directors, and the transaction of other busi.
ncss, will be held at the Company's Office, on the
first Monday in January,
j.,. By order of Directors.
'w C R. POMEROY, TrcaVr.
Ttmioj, !). 1, 1W1.
Col'd Agate A
Pearl o
, ftrt T . . m 1 TLu.J.
iuu uozeu ioais apuot nu,
100 do Blackingtono do
100 do Colburn's do do
200 do Assorted ' do do
100 lbs. White Skein do
76 do Assorted do do
75 Bundles Ball do
100 Dozen White and Black Taps;
60 do Ladies Linen Hdkfs;
60 do Mason's Blacking;
40 do Tally-Ho Razors;
20 do Ashton & Jaeksaa'i i
25 do Razor Strops;
100 do Shaving Soap;
6q do Transpaient Shaving Croaja;
20 M Bates' Needles;
lSJdo Hemming & Son's do
10 do Darners;
600 pes. Cap and Bonnet Ribbonsi
100 do Col'd Taffeta do
60 do Black da
200 lbs. Whale Bones;
300 Dozen Tuck Combs;
200 do ' Side do - .
100 do Eng. Horn Dressing it
60 do do do do
400 do Ivory Fine do
26 do Harmonicans;
60 lbs. Black Italian Sewing Silk.
E. S. EDWARDS.
Pomeroy, December 9, 1851.
grooms. 20 doz. it whoiesnle'al
SMITH says that the Cash system works like
a chnnn. He has just returned frcm th
Queen City and is prepared to accomni Mute his
numerous customers with the following articles
ai ins ensn prices.
40 Uarrels best Molasses;
15 do Middling and Extra Sugars;
10 Boxes Raisins;
10 do Soap; '
10 do Candles;
Sugar Crackers; Soda and Butter do.
Coffee, Tea, &c.
Spices and other articles bclonuinrr to thi trn,l
at Wholesale or Retail. Call and see him fint
nouse anove the ttoiiing Mill. "He's there."
PLATFOKM SCALES,
L cinnati prices, at
for sale at Cin
SMITH'S.
lnnawlm Salt 40 barrels for sale very
AJL. w ir casn HI
SMITH'S.
May 8, 1851
SMITH'S.
,J"EA, STOKE.HavinK just received
a new supply of that splendid TEA, from
Philadelphia. 1 offer it to the ntihl in with
iciiuweu inoucements. n. xi. SMITH, Atrent,
v oaa j. ountniu for sale, with all the re-
j ceipts ana appurtenances, at
and in short anything and everything that can be
manufactured from castor wiiught Iron. .
His bteam hngines have given the highest satis
faction in every instance when properly set in
order, and for neatness of finish and excellence
of materials are not surpHwsu anywhere. He in
vites orders from any part of the Western coun
tryconvinced that he can do such work as will
stand inspection in any market.
WM McABOY.
Pomeroy, November 11, 1851 n51tf.
Truhod Sugar. One Tierce for sale by
11;- B. SMITH.
S IJNDIUES. Phila. Strain Syrup;
Cotton Batting;
Grass Bed Cords and Plough Lines
JNew nice;
Grass and Hemp Ropes;
Crushed and Loaf Sugar;
Plough Wings;, .
Window Glass assorted sizes;
Nails and Spikes assorted.
Just received and for sale by
April 7,7 o-UUU. HEED & BRO.
Wil m .
. trr k. s wiucroy niiu . iiiciuna
-LyT Iackct The Ught draught and fast
xuiiiiiriat Hicttiiicr
LEWIS WETZEL.
JAMES NEWTON, Mastks, leaves Pomerov
every SATURDAY morning, at 8 o'clock.
1 his boat having been purchased exnresslv for Whsn the sum is laree. a draft ahnnM h..
this trade will make regular trips. Strict atten- if possible the cost of which may be dedueted
irom the amount.
Address, always post-paid,
DEACON ii PETERSON,
No. 66, North Third street, Philadelphia.
P. S. A copy of the POST will be sent as a
specimen, to any one requesting it.
A companion to '-Prairie Flower," by Exzasoa
Bennett, author of Prairie Flower, "Tha Bandits
of the usage," otc.
TRIAL AND TRIUMPH:
By T. S AaTiiua. author' of "The Iron JHand,"
Temperance Tales," dto And last, but not
least,
THE CURSE OF CLIFTON:
A Tale of Expiation and Redemption. By Mrs
EDEN SouTiiwoKTii, author of the "Deserted
vvite," &cac.
The POST also wil contain everv week Select
ed Articles of the choicest description, one r
more nng ravings. Humorous articles, the most in
teresting News, Local News, Bank Note List,
State of .the Markets, the Stock Market, etc. etc.
Thiols. The terms of theZPostareTwo Dol
lars if paid in advance, Three Dollars.if not paid
in aavance. r or nve Dollars, in advance, one co
py is sent three years. We continue the following
low terms for Clubs, to be sent in the city, to one
aauress, ana, in tne country, to one post office:
copies 56 00 per annum
o copies (,ana one toAgent, or
the getter-upofthe Club,) 110 00
id copies (and one to Agent or
the getter up of the Club.) 8157C0
M copies (and one to Age at, or
the getter-upof the Club,) 820 OS
The money for Clubs must alwavs hotrnti
aavance. Subscriptions mayl be sent at our risk
I WENTY-FIVE Bushels Shoe Pegs, as- iio",TiU be pid t0A thre Somfort ,f Pa?s?ngers
I sorted sizes, from the best factors in the Uni- nihe prompt and "fe delivery of heighten.'
tea Mates, lor sale at SMITH'S.
I nrd A splendid article of No. I for sale at
I J
SMITH'S.
mportnnt Discovery In Dagnerro
types. I would respectfully inform the
citizens of Pomeroy that I am now receiving the
i.i- i . j-r..i , -i . . .
iaie auu wonueiiui uiscovencs in taainr Uauuer-
reotypes; and I will be in Pomeroy in December
lor the purpose ol taking I jctures.
8. J. WOOLLY,
New York. December 7, 1851. n4w3.
May 8, 1861.
I bAlllbll.-Upper, Calf, Topping, Lin-
XJing and Minding skins, for saJR the store of
aecia iBou. H. B. SMITH.
lteKulnr Patenter Tuck
et hetween Pomeroy and
Cincinnati The splendid light
a ught Passenger racket
TIBER.
WASH. KERR, Mastks, will leave POMEROY
every Mondat morning, at 8 o'clock.
Will leave CINCINNATI every Thursday eve
ning at 4 o'clock.
Q The 1 lbi.it is new, substantial and finely
furnished intended solely for this trade and may
be depended on, as such.
For freight or passage apply on board.
November U, 1851. n61tf.
mwiak, itepuiar romeroy ana
LTifr'T Portsmontli Semi-Weekly
utaei i lie OLeaiuer
REVEILLE
a-mjB39iSo
Anew and very handsome one seat BUGGY;
and one as eood as new with two sent, will h
sold at less than cost. REED 4 BROTHER.
June 26, 8500.
Otoves.
O only one winter
very low by
Two medium size office Stoves used
just as good as new, for salt
REED & BROTHER.
25
Doz.
Buokets on hand and for sale by
GBO W HOLME.8
OLE LEATHERA splendid article o S
O Cincinnati and Hemlock bin. fur unln nt
SMITH'S. juhin tsitUBAri.btt. master, win mane semi-
" " . weekly trips between Pomeroy and Portsmouth.
I J intu roHI)Ml.-2J kegs Just Leaves Pomeroy every Monday and Thursday,
jL-'eceiveu on commission ana lor saie upon tne at 7, o clock, A. M.
cash principle, by
II. B. SMITH.
nOAL STOVES. The celebrated Enterprise
wuas. i, x ana a wait ana seeliem; at
SMITH'S.
I ED riNS.-3 brls.
fl864.
1 aid (or sals ty.
Bed Pins just receiv-
U. B. tiMITU, Agent
I T cINTOSH'S BALSAM Indian Squaw Root.
I X Said to be the best medicine ever offered to
the world for diseases of the lungs, chest or
stomach.
Auo Mcintosh's Cherry Cordial. Warranted
to cure Diarrhoea or Dysentery. For sale by
H. B. SMITH, Agent.
Leaves Portsmouth every Tuesday and Friday,
at lOoJclock, A. M'
m The RE VEI LLE hamnaibeen nurrihasetl and
fitted up expressly for the Pomeroy and Portsmouth
trade, will run regularly, leaving, promptly at the
above hours. ' All busi ness entrusted to this Uoat,
will receive particular attention.
fomeroy, August 2G, 9869.--m2. ..a
GRAIN. 600 bushels shelled Corn in bbls.
300 " Oats in Sacks;
250 " Very fine Potatoes;
000 " Dried Applesi Peaches;
300 lbs. Tallow in casks.
We now offer the above erainbv the auantitv.
It is all in firm order and the best quality.
April U7, tnou. KttL) BRO.
JUMBER.
Bedstead Lumtier;
Sheeting Boards;
Sawed Lath.
For sale very low for cash by
Asril 07, 075U. KEED 4
BRO.
Pomeroy Select School Winter Term
r I tHENEXT TERM OF THISSCHOOLWILL
commence on Monday, the 8th day of De
cember next.
Tuition per Quarter:
Reading, Writing, Elementary Geography
and Mental Arithmetic, - - (3 00
Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Philos
ophy, Chemistry and Elementary Al
gebra, ------ 4 00
Book Keeping by Double Entry, Botany,
Astronomy, Ancient Geography and His
tory, Physiology and Geology, - 4 60
Rhetoric, Logic, Higher Mathematics and
the Greek and Latin Languages, - - 6 00
JAMES M. EVANS, Teacher. .
Pomeroy, November 18, 1861,
House and Lot for Sale.
THE subscriber offers tor sale his dwelling
house; also, his corner house, at present occupied
has a chair, cabinet, and Tailor Shop, together with
the whole lot. Said property is situated .in the
most publio part of Graham Station, The prem
ises is well calcula.ed for any kind of mercantile
business. For further particulars apply on the
premises to w. u. UKEENLEE,
Wagon A new two hone WAGON wel
ironed and complete in all particulars, for
sale by apilQT
REED 4 BRO.
Rock Snit. 24 bags fine ground for sale by
II B. SMITH
TT ALL'S PATENT CONCRETE
I I SAI" KS Patented Aueust 21st. 1849.
Warranted free from Damp and Mould, as well as
Fire Proof.
We are manufacturing the above superior Safe
at our establishment on Columbia street, hetween
Broadway ond Sycamore street, No. 49, and have
constantly on band a good assortment.
These Sales are a better article, as it reirnrda
Fire Proof quality and Dryness, than anv others
manumciurca in trie unitea states.
We say further, that no manufacturer dare risk
the reputation of their Safes by testine one of
cquai size aiiu.inicaness wun ours, on a tair trial
oy tire.
Should they or any of them conclude to do so,
we will furnish thrin a Safe free of charge, provi
ded it dees not on trial prove to be the best article
HALL, DODDS 4 CO,
Cincinnati, Nov. 11, 1861 nSlyl
The Greatest ' '
BLOOD PURIFIER
In ma wholb Woild!
QT Mm 1 iw BottU, or Set JloWtoer'IS.
It la mw put up In QUART BOTTLEB, of tho aeno
KM. and wudieal dAeaev u wti.a In email boiuee. Eara
Lmret bottle cuntaina HIXTY-FOUR DOSKH, end tho
meaicetiona are eo Strooalv ConooDtrnleil tbei only
One Trapwvei le required ot a Boeo threo nmm oony
(hue one bottle laata Twenty-One Dnyo. which la much
tonirer than a bottle of any other medteme leeta, bocouoe tit. re
le rwquiroa oi uiie o iveo qnnmiiT e. e oum.
Tito atrent Swrimln of Uila Blood Purifier over oil
oeher aaedlclnee. eonelala In a oreot meaanro In ka noaeeaalnrl
aa a part of lu compound, the pntrfid JUedlonl Vlrtnea
oi aome ncarce ana ttare
Indian Roots and Barks,
which no other medicine ooaaaaaaa. Tboee ere the moat eiraHn
rnrinere or the tfiooa tnei were over anown to eitner
Indian or wii man. and thooe belnt nmwumim with Ihe atrono.
IU eanemirowe ttnratu ol ,
SarBaparUla, Yellow Dock,
CHIRRY ANO SAtlAFRAI A R K t,
make thla Tontnhlo Vxtreint.notonlT the erannel Bland
ranaer, dui eiao. o rnertpvr wi ny aircna einno
than anv other. It ta MMMr, beoauea the eeoatiri, of It thai
uht rbr One Dollar will laat marh lonaor. and
CN. HOWS." The attention of farm
jV'X ers is called to my assortment o
F "",T"""Plows Longs Patent with or with
out stocks also, I'low Points and Land biJes.
April 07,. ' E. s. EDWARDS.
Tea Store I have on hand a large
lot of Imperial, Young Hyaou and Black
TEAS, which I am nreDaretl to sell in oriiri.
nal packages cither of 61 lis., by the half chest,
or oy ino single iu, at vcrv low prices.
April 07, 800. E. S. KDWARDS.
nmj vj uuukih rur Jfniiesr win tmm nsssirai ivoflfra mimt
rill cur Tim TIhim mora Blood-dlmM. Uiu Omt IkUmrt$
wonB or toy ouw mtwicin.
Scrofula, Fever-Sores,
aVoJ-frWd. Irvirlau gallWuom. MnaaMm. fvMah. IVea
MflH, Piimtim ea Ha to., I.Wer-iiemplnlnia, Pil, 1m
aoa, C. im. Went, ('e.tlTrae.., Hurt Lym, Dyopop
... U 1 . u. J. 1, , U.. J L.4-,. .-J . . ......a
iMrvaa-BLOOD Diaaiara, aee our fAiWHlktl aai JtaaeV
,ati? ererj Agoai oaa an to (tro eway.
For ea'.e by D. Reed, Homeroyj Q W Cooper A
Co., Chester: P. M. Petrel, Graham Station. ; AT.
orders must be addressed to Wallace & Co., 304
Hvoadway, New iork.
April til, 08"i0 u!'J-9
"STAND AND DELIVER."
SIGN OF CHEAP ANDY WHITE FLAG.
ALTHOUGH some of our merchants tell about
cheap traveling and other such thincs, ena
bling them to sell low, we can beat them, as
we returned home Irom the bast in a skiff, thus
enabling us to sell 20 per cent, lower than any
body who traveled by railroad and steamboat.
More than this: while others were paying "Scents
per hundred for freight, Andy shipped alot in the
skiff, thus paying no freight at all. Bent this.
who can: and what is better our story is strictly
true. Below is a schedule of the cheapest goods
to be found in the market, which neither require
"Auctions or "roeiry to sen tnem.
1 For Lndie.
Ginghams, Calicoes, Plaids, Irish Linen. White
and Colored Cambrics, Gloves, Hosiery, Silks,
Laces, Shawls, Ribbons, Pocket Handkerchiefs.
Cravats, and a nw and splendid style of Evelina
goods the prettiest article for ladies dresses ever
made ana no ot.iks stoki has tiitm.
For ueiitlemcn.
.Plain" and Fanoy Cassiineres, Tweeds,' Satti-
netts, Cravats, Vesting, Oljves, Suspenders,
Hats, Caps, Ac.
ALbU Hardwaro, Ouecnswaw. Nails. Tobae-
co, Cigars, Sugar, Ten, Coffee, Spices. Toys, Ac.
and lig dog" in adlilion. In fine, every article
usual or nmisun, kept in a roUtl stuns.
Don't loruet the plnce siirn of "Clieao Andy.'
White Flag.
All kinls of Country Produce received in ex
change for goods at the highest ir.arket ptioc.
A. LUCHNER.
Mojres
Scott's ' " , " .
Byron's' " "
H. Kirk White's "
Milton's
Cowpcr's ' " .
Cook and Howitt's " ! '
Tupper's ' "
Wordsworth s " " i "
Cnmubell's - " " . 1 i5
Fremont's Exploring Espedi'.ion through
Oregon and California. ,' 1 -
The Life of General Andrew Jackson; by
J S Jenkins. Steel Portrart 1 56
Lives of James Madison and James Monroe;
by J. Q. Adams, With Portraits I 25
Young's Science of Government. New and
improved edition, enlarged. 1 25
Oregon: Its History, Condition nnd Pros
pects. Bv Rev. Guslavus llines. 4J7 nu
12mo. with Portrait 1 "5
The Silver Cup of Sparkling Drops from ma
ny Fourilaius. Det'icatcd to the friends
r-f Tmnpranr.f the worlil nvpr. Hv Miss
Porter. i 00
Thrilling Adventures by Land and Sea; by
James O. Bravman. 600 12mo usees, Il
lustrated 1 50
Dean Swift's Works. Illustrated edition;
containing Gulliver's Travels, Tale nf a
Tub, Battle of the Books, & 1 0
Ponular Biocranhv. bv Peter Parley. 500
nn. 1 60
Youatt's Farriery; being the must important
parts of j'Youatt qn the Hor-e." Ameri
canized and simplified by H S Randall,
with 60 wood and steel ent ravints; large
12mo 1 50
History of the War with Meico; by J S
Jenkins. Illustrated wiih 25 steel and
. wood enctavings. Large 12mo 1 50
Wild Scenos of a Hunter's Life and Rtmark-
able Adventures, 1 60
Noble Deeds of American Women; or ex
amnios of Female courage and virtue. 1
vol wito Portrait 1 f0
Daring Deeds of American Heroes; by Jas.
O. Bravman 600 12mo pages. Illuiitra
Murry's Pictorial History of.the Inital
States. 600 ph. 8 vo. Numerous chum-
vines. 3 50
Byron's Works, in one volume, 8 vo., in
cluding all his suppressed and attrihutt-d
noems; with 6 beautiful engravings. 3 50
Shakspeare's Complete Works, in one roy
al 8vo. volume. 3 50
Rollin's Ancient History. 2voluincs. 4(0
Cyclopepia of Useful and Enteriaining
Knowledge; forming a complete Library
ol Family information, c. &o. iiy V .
W. Murray, .Esq. Embellished with 300
Engravings. 1 vol. royal octavo.
Column's European Agriculture and Rural
Economy. Embellished with aixty en- '
gravings from wood and steel. , Sheep or
cloth. ' . b
Books.marked with a star, thus () are
mailable we will, however, send them free of ex
pense to any place in the U. S. or Canadas to
which we can send by Express, except California
or uregon. fames ordering should be very par
ticular to give their full address, Town, County
ana otate.
ILT Funds can be forwarded at our risk if mailed
in presence of the Post Masters and numbers and
dates ot the same retained.
No books kept or sold by us of an immoral ten
dency.
N. B. Agents wanted to sell the above Books
to wnomLAKmsu Discounts will be given.
All orders should be addressed Post raid to
GEO. 11. DERIJY & CO.
: , Publishers, Buffalo, N. V.
November 11, 1851.
life civil.:, ritaliiine influence of Gilraniim at oiiuli.d
thit beautiful and wonderful discovery, the exhausted p.t.H
elasticity and rigor.
The great peculiarity and excellence of ,
Dr. Christie's Galvanic Curatlr,
consists in the fart that they arrest and cure disee.0 by e.
ward application, In place of the usual mode of drugging sad
phsicking the patient, till exhausted Nature sinks hoeles.ly
under tbe infliction. . .
Tkri tfrengAen lAe wietr sysfrm, reueties IA t.'rclaii'.e
e tht bloti, promott tht tecrttionl, and ntvrr de lo sri'l!..!
injury undo- any ci'rcumstenr.s. Since their introdiietiea as
the United States, only three years since, aaore thea
7 5,000 Persona
including all ages, elaxses and conditions, among xhisu wea
a large number of ladies, wboare peculiarly subjeet to Meev
nil" Cempiaiuls, have been r ?
ENTIE'LT AND PERMANENT!.! OUat,
hen all hope of relief had been given tip, and every akcag
el.e been tried in vain !
To illuitiate the use nf Ihe GALVANIC BELT, apfn
the case nf a person elHicied with thet bane of civilixstscai
DV8PKI 81 A, or any other Chronic or Nervoue Dlanrder. a.
ordinary cases, stimulants are taken, which, by their utiea en
the nerves and muscles of the ttimnr.h afl'iird tfasf.-e re
tier, but wtiicn leave tne patient in a lower stale, and wiin l
Juied faculties, after the actum thus excited has ee.a .
cnmpiie this Kith the cSt ie.uiting fioin the apphoaliea
the UALVAN1C 1IEL1 - .ake l)ispe,lic aiiAeier. ere at
the worse ivniitnms ol an sll.u li, asd simply tie the l.h
aivurnl the body, Using the Meguetic Huiil aidiie.'Od
a short eiiod the insen.ihie ieipiiaiion will net ou Ine p.as
tire elomuiit at tho ilftit, thcichy cuuiing a Galaiuc circa la
tion which will t?os on tn the negatiie, and thonce haea.
again to the poiitive, thus keeping up a continuous Uaivsaie,
circulation throughout the system. Thus tbe re.t ser
6 00
P0
not
rasee of DYSI'EISIA are PKKM ANKNTLY CXKK.D A
1CW DAYS 18 Ok'TEN AMPLY 8UKI'ICIENT TU KAI
CATC THE DISEASE OF t EARS.
CERTIFICATES AND TRSTIMORIHi
. ,- Or ttaii moat t'ndoasbled Ctjarael.r,
Vrom all parts of the Country could be given, saMiUeal t
all every column in this paper! . ,
AN EXTRAORDINARY C1E1,
which conclusively proves that . -
"TniUi is stranger than FlctloB."
. CURE OP
Rheumatism Bronchitis and Dyspepsia,
BEV. DR. LANDIS, A CLERGYMAN
ef New Jersey, of distinguished attainments and exalted as
puiauon
BiDKKV, new jersey, juiv it, laee
Da. A. H. rimarix Dear Sir : Yon wish to kuew of are
what has been the result in my own case, of tho analieatioe
ef THE GALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE U y reply is '
as follows :
For about lieenfy years I had been entering from Dyspep.
sia. Every yeat the symptoms beome worse nor aauld ( .a-
rain permanent reuei irom any course os meuicai ireaixseoi
whatever. About faartetn yean since, in Poosaqaace ei
frequent exposure to the weather, in the diacharge of asy
pastoral duties, I became subject tn a severe Cbronie Kheev
matism, which lor year after year, caused me indescribable
inguish. Farther 1 in the win er of '45 and '44 ia cause
rjuence of preaching a great deal In my own and vaneee
other churches in this region, 1 was attacked by the Breach,
tie, which anon became so severe aa to require an immediate
auspensiun of my pastoral labora My nervous sys'sas asee new
lAoioiirily prcitralid, and aa my Bronchitis became worse, ae
also did my Dyspepsia and Rheumatic aftctior. thus evin
cing that these disorders were connected with each ether
tKcougn the medium ol lae nervous ayaura iniaewaMe
pba,macooia there seemed to be no remedial agent whirr
could reach and roouuerato my Nervoua Byatem t every
Jiing that 1 bad tried lor this , purpose nan completely miieo.
At last I was led by my Men is to examine your inventions,
and (though with no very sanguine hopes of their f raoieoeyj ,
I determined to try the effect of the application of the SAL.
VANIU BELT AND NECKLACE, with the MAQNETIC
FLUID. This was in June, 184 To Mr eea.t satean
HcnT, in two d&vs hv Diihmu Han eons ; in aienr
oava 1 waa knabled to aasustB mv rsaTeasL Laaeaa ; eea
H1VI I SINCE OMITTKO 4 SIOLI SiaviCE OH ISC.OT W
BaoncHiTis ; and sir RnruHATio ArrtcTioi. has laTiaaie
ciiscd to Taevai.a t. Such ia the wonderful tad happy re
suits of the experiment
! have recommended the BELT and FLUID te aany wke
lave been likewise suffering from Neuralgic eoectieae. They
iave tried them, with turn ai.uLTe, 1 aiLiava, in btbsm
esse.
I am, dear lir, very respeotfully youra,
KOBEHT W. LAN Pat,
D R . C H R 1 S T I E S
GALVANIC NECK LA V H
b nsed for all complaints effecting the Throat er Head, saek
aa Bronchitis, Inflammation of the Throat, Nervous and Uek
Headache. Diliinesa of the Head Neuralgia in the Face Bun
ting or Roaring in the l'.sis, Deafness, which is generally
Nervous, and that distressing complaint, called Tin Celorean.
Palsy anil Paralysis.
All physicians acknowledge that these terrible dieeaaae
are caused by a iifieicnry if ATrreeus Energy ia the effected
limba. Da. Chbistic's Ualvamo Articles will supply tab)
deficient power, and a complete and entire cure ia thea
effected. v
Severe Deafness Cured.
The following ia an extract from letter lately received .
from distinguished physician in the Slate of Virginia r
'A. H. CnaisTia, M. D. Bear Sin One of my patreala,
unknown to me, obtained your Oelvem's Btlt end ivveaiara,
with the Ju.tnfi'c fluid, for a serious affection of D.aJ.
ness Tho case waa thai of a lady whoee Nervous eyeless
was much disordered, end her general health poor. Much
was uunv previously w, ine au
very little success, and I feel
since ehe commenced wearing
but a few weeks ego, abe baa ENTIRELY RiTCOVKHKO
HER HEARING, end her general health ia boiler Una lor
I her general health poor. Muck
I application of the Belt, bat witt
feel it only right to tell yon, tlu
ring the Belt end nsing the Flula
" Kniicn trr (l:c (ISjifhtul Dead."
MAKIEITA MAREIE WOKKS.
fl OI.LISTER & LEONARD would respect
2 I firm the citizens of Pomeroy and vicinity
that they still continue the MARBLE BIKlNE.St
in all in all its various branches at their old stand
in Marietta, Ohio.
IlRvin? iu it rcreiued a lorce aid well seltc'.ed
assortment of Italian and American Marble Slabs
and Blocks, are prepared to make to order, 510N-
UMEMTS, TUM u TAHLKS and IIEAD-STIUN hi-
of every variety, nn the shortmt notice, in tin
neatest style, anil for the lowest prices.
Maroie Mantels, centre Table-J ops, oic. al
ways on hand.
jrmdstones from the best Warren qiiarriis,
constantly on band, wholesale or retail.
' Any order adurerved to us at Marietta, i r H.
B. Smith, Pomeroy, will be promptly attended'to.
jnari.ua, u. June ia, iai. n37mb.
w.
Fcmerojr Fiinlcrr.
THE partnership heretofore existme between
Wm. McAboy and Spaldin,; Cutler has this day
I A: 1 1 1 . . . '
uccu uianuivuu uy uiuiuni consoni. iiateu Uc
tober271, 8.1. WM. McABOY.
. RPAf.p!NO Cl'TLER. v
.November II, 1S51 :iiv.
EST rOLUKIBIA SAI.T.W
now have and shall continue lo keep th
superior article of Salt for sale by the Urrtl n
bushel. It bus no siipirior, and can be sold lov
or than the present prices ofotb'ersalt.
KEED 4 BRO.
March 27, 1851.
Last Dny of Cirnee.
ALL flcnaun'sor claims due iin will p"sitivtl
l put in suit on the 1st day of bcpitmhi
next, if not paid before. W'c cannot wait icnge
P.iy up tnw and eavc mat.
reed k n:trrnt-:n.
several Teara."
09- Kvery casa D.n..i U u W Havvviav, aa H geMraO '
le, can be cured by this wonderful remedy.
DR. chrTstie's ',
GALVANIC BRACELETS
Are found of tut service in eases of Convulsions or Flat,
Spasmodic Complaints, and general Nervous Alectinna of Ike .
Head and upper extremities. Also in Palsy and valvals, a ad
all diseases caused by a deficiency of pnwei arvene
Energy in the limbs or other organs of the body.
Tie Doloreux and Neuralgia.
These dreadful and agonizing complaints are iaietrae.
Mtly isiterid by tha' applicalhtn of the Ualvaic Bslv,
.scarier aid Fluid. The Belt dilthsee the .Electricity
through the system t tbe Necklace has a local effect, and
the Fluid a-ts directly upon the affected nerves. In these die
tressing alllictions the ai plication NbVER V AILS
FIT8 AND CONVULSIONS.
These alarmina and terrible complaints are always caused
by a dtroaMnmi cf thr Aftrer. The But, Bs.cslits ana
Fluid will cure nearly every case, ne matter kow young n
krw old the patient, or how conhrmed the coeaplamt. Nu
rernus ana astoiusiung proots are in poaseeuoa as tne pro ,
"eietor
O'Msny hundred Certificates from all par's of
the cniii try t.i the limst extraordinary character
can be civen, if required.
H i No tniulile or iiir,oiiveinenrpat,i'n!g tlie use
of CH.CHKISTIE'SOALVANIC ARTICLES, and
tbry may be worn by the mosi feebie g ml djlicaie,
with yerfect ea?e and witty. In u. any rases ti e
sensation Rttendinrr their use is hijlilv pcsnnt
uid nrrccable. They can be sent tt i iar. cf
the countrv.
Prleei
The fialvnnio Reli, Three Dollars. . 4
The Gnlvnnio ecklcl, Two Dollars.
The Oahnnic Biaeelflx, One Dollar I'.iio
The Mapnetic Fiuid, fne Dollar.
The ariicles are acrrli ppnied I y fn'l ppd plain
lire-tiims, PanphKU with full i.ar.itumrs u,uy
'ie hnd of the auth rircil Ajent,
1.7 Paktu i ma Uaii.a. llMtre of Counttr
fei's nnd Worthless lmitnt;'i.
17 D. C. MORfcHEAD, M. 1 .. vWral Akh
for tbe I'ni'ed States, IS? Tltwdw , New York. '
ij J. P. KLE.M1NO aud L. hLlvl). 'kuihoriied
Agents fiirMejj'Heoiin'y. m,lfyl. t
oiai.r--d00 blls new imp, on bandant
lYl f"r le at No 0.
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