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GJV ' ...
Dn Guy&oU's ConspoBad Extract
-. . - '-- or ,,- . ' ' ''
Yellow Dick and
coat, it has performed the ot gma c P
which are in-the PeM1"" m, K' nd OHIQI
Remember, this is the. only TRlBanaumui
ThMediiue, when used according to direc
WILL CUPE WITHOUT FML,
us .' - scrofula, wt.- - . i
Cancers, Tumor i, ;
".'.; EiuptiQM of the Skin, ' , ,
i Erysipelas, Chronic Sore .
'..:.. ,. . ;, ,tyea, Ringworm, or T
V -Sc.ld Head. Rheumatism, Pains i ,
' In the Bones or iJL '
; and Ulceis, Swelling of the Glands,
, SpyhiU Dy.pep.ia, SaU Rheum peue
' k " of the Kidney., Low of Appetite, ins- ..
ea.ar .ing ftomthe use of Meioury,
. p2 in tie Side, and Shoulders,
i . General Debility. Dropsy. . ... ,,
, Lumbao, Jaundice, ana :
BEST FEMALE VMEDiciNE KNOWN !
, Tff5E,:.rtLi.fl-.0a to which females are
L v.Wmonly produce great bodily exhaus
fcubjtct , depressed and often gloo-
P"e mini. Aa'the system decline, in
-y itatoot vne" f tvoui power, and
rength there w a w the energy of the mind
v rdta u & the enmity of the temper. Ev.
1 'nuMmnho has. suffered from female
Srnate complaints will admit this to be the mourn
fematecompioinui jt ne,
"SSS .top the tendency to depletion and de
.ffi? Thi I done by rcncwn that ntom rf
SffSSSSli ar. Guysott's Improved Extract
. n.ui, iwk and Satsapanlln.- .
lidiet of pale complexion and consumptive
Lame. ' f k:,i,miodt W tl.ni nh.
v.tit ana gucn a utiuu""- " "
kabiu, ana suwu
red, by trie use oi -j -
'''iTDr. Onysotl'' IihlitOVtd Fa tract of Yollow
'Dock aud tiaraaparilts is a sure hmudy fot Here
ditary teiut, c. -; il,,. V"
. , - Venules, Rea l the Following.
. - . nwar, New Jersey, Jhh. 25.
Ma BauMTTWe take plaasure in stating that
joux Yellow Dock and Satsaparilla gives grent sat-
?fAvHrv rMiieotaWegentlcman informed me that
-Mi TdauKhtcr was tmul.led with difficult nunwtra-
iuoua"d other diseases peculiar to herse -.She
Kd not had her regular menstrual d.scharge ft a
lonr time: hut bythe use of Dr. Guysott's ellow
Dok .Td Sarsaparilla was radically cured. . She
ud Towasend1. and others without reoe.ving
Z .lightest benefit, lie had one daughter
from uTb nam cause. J v B. 1wp Co. ,
lIiNMASHviLLK, Oswego Co., May, 1848.'
' . . v niiDear Sir: I purchased, a short
ume ),", . h .he has used for he!
WR hate just opened a very larije andbeau
tlful Msortment of ' "
FALL, AMU WIINICK uui'ua.' ;
.lirert from New York. Philadelphia and Balti
more. The most part of which were bought in
larire lots from first hand., at greatly reduced pri
ces. exTrn'wly for the Jubhig Trade ; and we feel
confident in saying that we arc now prepared t
ortWr the ereatest bargains, eithpt.at Wholesale or
- r. r .
Ketail, that has ever been seen in thia section oi
country; If yon will call and examine my stock
v , MISS E, A8KINS,! t , ;? n
fMutatt and ElaatuainafcciV "
IT A3 JUST RECEIVED and ia now opening,
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZIH(E.; s
HlrtaTANT EEPlCTKl tM TO aiTKS Of fOST0.
PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS ;
LEONARD 8COTT fc CO.,
' KO. 64 bOlb T., KKW ToBtt .
Continue if publish the following British Peri
' A r. new and rery handaouw one aeat HL'QdY;
jt. and one as good as new with two setts, will b
Mid at kss than cost. REED & BROTHER. .
June SS-V 8600. ' . . . -.
the price, shall convince you that .what 1 1 say ia THE loxdoNIQUARTERLY REVIEW (Con
true. " . E. S. fcUWAnJJo. " tamtive) t n...; 'i
Pomeroy. Nov. 3, 1361. Tg X)INBURGH REVIEW (Whig), -
one door ilnivr the Riheldarfer House.
IN REMINGTON'S BUILDING.
a general assortment of Ponrwta, Ribbons, Artificial
Ffowers," Crape and Millineri Trimming, of all
kinds and of the best quality, which will be sold at
a very small advance, . . r
Pomeroy. December Z, I8dlv3n28tf.
er j Piece Black, Green. Red and Fancy Al- THE NORTH BRITISH KKVIKW (rree uiiuren,
fJJ pacca, French Merino and Thibet Uloth THE WESTMINSTKK KB V law loeiai;,
Nov. 3, 1851.
Clocks for One Dollar and n Half.
IV OT HEAD QUARTERS EXACTLY. BUT
l ONLY ONE DOOR ABOVE, AT THE
SIGN OF. THE GOLD WATCH Where may be
found splendid ana complete asiortmcnt of
nt.Af!KWOODS ED1NBURQ MAGAZINE (Tory) wimm and Jiwflst. viai
m..i: rv.,1...... .11 i.,n 1 Aitkn,,.!. thou, wnrlciiare distiniruishedbvthe ' Levrr. Lenme ana uuartier Watches: Bresst-
10 do all wool do., and Poplins, very political shade, above indicated,' yet but a small mna, Finger Rings, Est Riiiga, Gold and Silver
KIiWAKIs . Itwirtion ol Their conienii u uctuku w pmii vuo, um ..,w wt cAieusioii
subjects. It i. their UTaAar .character wnicn rena tne neaiesi iiiingconeeivaDie. . Hpectacie.
give, them their chief value, and in that they lorom or young eyes suixaoie wrau eye. and ev
stand confessedly far above U other journals of ery variety of defective vision. Also, Tooth
tk, n, .piviD. still under the masterly I Brushes. Fancy Boxes. Tooth Pick.. Tweeters.
ruidance of Christopher North, maintain, its an- Comb, of all kindst Watch trimmings, such as
cient ceieoruy, anu is, ai una mnc, uuupua,, -, vum, Hiuuini., -, wuw r uiaco,
tractive, from the serial work, of Bulwer and other rocket Books, ac e.
nntMes.' written for that magaaine, and first ap- .'Last but not least, a large and general assort-
pearing in its column, both in Great BriUin and ment of CLOCKS, fromH 50 to 8. I can't and
m the United Stab a. Such work. a. "The Cax- wont be beat in Time Puck, by any body. Mark
ton." and "My New Novel," (both by Bulwer), that ' . 1 ; 1 1
"My Peninsular Medal," "The Green Hand," ALSO Watches, Clocka snd Jewelry repaired
aud other aerials, of which numerous rival eui- as usual. ' ' UJfUttOB LEE,
i ( Pieces Black and Colored Dress and Bon
J. U nett Silks. A fine lot of Bay State, Black,
Red and Mode Shawls, of superior quality, at
Nov. 3, '51. - EDWARDS'. :
Kf( Pieces real Madder Prints, from 8
tJJ to 12 cents per yard.
60 pieces Gingham ana Hoyle's 5-4 Prints, at
Nov. 3, '61. EDWARDSV
Cloths t Black, Blue and Drab j Also Cassl
meres, Sattinetta, Tweeds, Jeans, ftc, cheap
ILK, Fur, Mexican and Wool Hats.
Silk Plush, Mohair and Uloth uaps, at
B" onnets t Florence Braid, China Pearl, Tulip
do., Colored Straw, at EDWARDS'.
2 Dozen Coney and African Lynx MuffsJ
1 do Misse. do
1 do Ladies Victorines, for sale at
December 9, 1861 . , EDWARDS'
country, have to be reprinted by those publisher,
from the page, of Blackwood, after it has been is
sued by Messrsi Scott & Co., bo tliat subscriber.
to the Reprint nt inai aiagiwiuc mnj
Shoes! a good assortment, at Hons are issued by the leading publishers in this Nov, 18, 1851
OIIN K. NORGAN would respectfully invite
the cititetu of Pomeroy and vicinity to call
on having the earlieat reading of these fascinating at hj, new tUm oa wnt gtreet afth door be.
tales. , , low the Post Office, In Dr. Train, new buildiug,
These RenrinU have now been in successful and examine his new and fashionable -: .
operation in this country for twmtt mass, and pa an4 Winter Stock Of Clothinir.
their circulation is constantly on the increase which he has just opened, and will disnoae of at
....!it.-..j: kA nnmnntitinn thnv encounter I . . -" " Miy
noiwiia".'""B -"."f--- -; me very lowest prices, ue need not boast oi hi.
from American periodical, ol wmilar class and quality and oheanncaft. AU he asks is for his
Bag. for sale
"TTUve Hundred Pieces Brown and bleach-
J; ed Shirtings and Sheetings, at
2 Dozen Ladies and Gents Carpet Sacks, at
m X nciUliu Blue and White Loiter Paperj
irora numerous cCUc. .. .u ,. rriQnd to comfl one BWj u wamlne and mioe his
of selections from foreign Periodicals. 1 his fact befoN puwhaiug ulsewbere. Ho is oonfi-
shows clearly the high estimation in which thoy agnt tJlat no,Jg wW luave ftis Btore without being
are hold by the intelliKent reading DUhl c, and Af- 0niui ,;(, n.inn. ni.t,w,b nnn.;.t. nr
wra, i wo meuium sixo oiuce Moves usea
O only one wiuter just an good as new, f ir sale
verj-lowby REED & BROTHER.
()K Dos. Buckets on hand and for sale by -
BAIN. "600 bushels shelied Cfu"iTbbis.
.--'300 ; " Oats in Saksj . ;
,;. 2M " Very fine Potatoes;
f00 , " Dried Apples k Peaches;
300 lbs. Tallow in casks. .
' We now offer the above grain by the quantity.
It is alt In firm 'order and the best quality. - ,-
April 07, 0750. . ' REED 4 BRO.
Bedstead Lumber; .
Sheeting Boards; - .
Sawed Lath. .
For sale very low for cash by -
April 07, U7SO. - .; KEKU &
ii ti i .1 x
For sale at
rWO Hundred Lb. Green and White
J Shoe Thread a good article, at
e llunarea xnousauu . u. anu
B. Gun Caps, at EDWAK1JS'
O fl A Doxen Gnm Suspenders, of different
e)UU kinds, at DDWARDS'
TMvf Hundred Yards Wool Carpeting, of
various patterns, at
""..Ti. fr inv wife, which she has used tor ner
if . ; ....
Of; tile Erysipelas
. -nr t 1 : .. . r
5mp, r. L . it . h.a. alrwdy helped., her
Of the Ervsinelas rt has nearly ef-
irery mue... :,,m,A a bottle, and
Ct that U will effect a -
Yours, very respectfully,-. N. COBLRN.
' irrPrioe ft; per bottle six bottles for 85.
BoWby J. D PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio, North
enrner of Fourth and Wainutsts-.-enlrance
w Wrinut-to whom all ordetsmust be addressed.
The following persons are authorized agents for
: tS?J. Pv! d! Tail Co.. Kigersville;
a. r:.. Di..nit Vu
Jtr Nmiin. IT 1 11(1 L. M iLOimnv '
- . ... r CU.T. U fll
John Frame, UoolviUe; J. Jioore, o.uv . . .
J.nnrv6, 1851. n6tf. ' .
iT.C; ITn.llinolis: George J. Payne, Porter; H. S,
:.t,.v Wilkesvillej Geo. W. Cooper,
lbs. Superior Indigo, 100 lbs. Nutmegs,
WUU 200 lbs. Uloves, 3UU IDS. iium ampnui,
atV . EDWARDS'
i n"Chests Young Hyson tea; ,
I U 4 do Imperial no
S do Blaok uo
15 Sacks Rio Coffee, at
December 9. '
', 8 00
' 3 00
:' 9 00
fords a guarantee that they m wtabltshed on a
firm basis, ana will otj t0utlue wnuuttuwt
fiption, ' ' " : -;; ; "''' ;,;
f TERMS AND PBEBIIUMS.
fSEK W8T OK r-aKMIUH VOLUMBa BJXOW.J
1 . Per ann.
For any one of the four Reviews and 'one
Premium volume . -For
any two of the four Reviews audone
Premium volume - - -
For any three of the four Review, and two
For all four of the Review, and two Pre
mium volume. - ' "
For Blackwood's Magazine and one Pre
mium volume 1 - ' -
For Blackwood and three '.Reviews and
three Premium volumes -' .', -
For Blackwood and the four.Reviews and
three Premium volumes - '" -
Paywtnli lo be made in all cases in advance
The Premiu'ms consist of the" following works,
back volumes or wnicn wiu oe given iu new anu;
scriliers according to the number of periodicals or
dered, as above explained: ...
, PREMIUM VOLUMES.
FoaaiQM QuAaTeaLV Ravntw (one year).
Blackwood's Magazine (six months).
London Qi ahtkruv Review (one year).
Bntley's MiserxLANV (six months).
EDiNauaoir Rkvikw (one year).
MaTKorouTAN Maoazin (six months). .
WwTsn.Ni.Tisa Rkvikw (one year). ,
Consecutive Premium volumes cannot in all
cases be furnished, except of the Foreign Quar
terly Review. To prevent disappointment, there
r... that nrnrlc iii nut alone wantel. Sub-
5 Dozen Violins and 2 dozen Accordeons, at scribeM wju piease order a. many different woTks
dec9'61 1 EDWARDS I foi premiums as there are volumes to Which they
TMve Hundred Ids. Spanish Sole Leather, may be entitled
Fancy Silk and Satin Vests,
Of the very bestj .. . , : . . ,
Fancy Cassimere and Doeskin Pants,
For Lawyers, doctors, farmers 4 laboring hands;
Cloth, Tweed, Pelt and Blanket Coobj v , j ,-;
By the wagon loads; , ' . ,u , ,..
. The latest styles of Silkllati, .. :-). '
Cloth and Silk Plush Caps; , - '
8triped and fine White Shirts, . i ',
.. A. handsome as Canary birds .
Carpet Bags, and Umbrellas, ,,r
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 can be stored in his
' shelves; .- .- ; .. , . . .
All of the very best and neatest j,r
,And you will find that John sells the cheapest
; ' . j . i , JOHN, K. NORGAN. i
Y H. B.: SMITH.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
,. Quaenneare, etc'. -
TS BACK AGAIN AT HIS OLD STAND ON
JL the corner of Cherry and Front, where he
will be happy to greet hi. numerous friends and
1 Dozen Rowland Mill Saws; ,
i do Castile .do do
1 'do Cross Cut do- , ,
2 do Collins' Axes; ;
1 do Mann's do
600 lbs. Cast Steel, assorted sizes;
200 do Shear and German do, at
k A Dozen Gents
Standing Collarej .
do. 3 Ply do do do -
20 dozen Bonnet Crowns, late style, at
dec9'61. . EDWARDS'
A discount of twenty-five per cent, from the
above prices will be allowed to Clubs ordering
four or more copies of any one or more of the
above works. Thus: Four copies of Blackwood
or of one Review will be sent to oue addres. for
9: four conies of the four ' Review, and Black-
ordained by the Town Council of the wood for t30; and so on.
T. W. Williams and connected his own therewith
he is prepared to trade for every marketable arti
cle, cash not excepted, upon terms to suit. . .
N. B. ' The 8tove Store and Tin and Copper
csiauiisrimeiit win pe continued in the old stand
one door below by SMITH & THOMPSON.
July 90, 1859. . ' '
CLOTHING made to order and warranted in
J every particular by , H. B. SMITH.
T)ootS dt Shoes-Wishlng to close out this
part oi my trade 1 will seU below the usual
rates at wholesale or retails H. B. SMITH.
July 97, 9859 .
T nmber, Weatbjt boards and inch poplar
JLJ lorsaie iy .. t,f. . - Hr B. SMITH.
rr m STAND AND DELI V Ell."
SIGN OF CHEAP ANDY WHITE FLAG,
ALTHOUGH some of our merchants tell about
cheap traveling and other such things, ena
bling them to sell low, we can beat them, as
we returned home from the East in a skiff, thus
enabling us to sell 20 pet cent, lower than any
body who traveled by railroad aud steamboat.
More than this: while others were paying 78 cents
per hundred for freight, Andy shipped a lot in the
skin, thus paying no ireigiii ai an. tseai 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 "Poetry"' to sen them.
... ,-o-.r-v . Tor inaies
Ginghams, Calicoes, Plaids, Iriah Linen, While
and Colored Cambric. Uloves, Hosiery, ouxs,
Laeea. Shawls. Ribbons. Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Cravats, and a new and splendid style of Evelina
good the prettiest article for ladies dresses ever
made and mo oTiica btosk has trm, - ...
Plain and Fanoy Cassiraeres, Tweeds, Satti-
netta, Cravats, V eatings, Uloves, Suspenders,
Uats, Caps, 4e.
ALSO Hardware, uueensware, nans, rooao
eo. Cigars, Suear, Tear, Coffee, Spices, Toys, 4c.
and a 'big dog" in addition.' in line, every article
Usual or unusual, kept in a retail sUire.
Don't forget the placesign of "Cheap Andy,"
White FUg. - ;
All kinds of country froduoe received in ex
change for goods at the highest market price.
Fomcror Founrfcry. ,
THE partnership heretofore existing between
Wm. McAboy and Spalding Cutler has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. Dated Oc
tober271, 851. v; WM. McABOY.
November 11, 1861 8w. ' . 'v ' '
w Remember the faithful Dead."
MARIETTA MARBl E WORKS, t
HOLLISTER & LEONARD would respect
foim the citizens of PomeMy and vicinity
thattliey still continue the MARBLE BUSINESS
in all iu all its various brunches at their old stand
in Marietta. Ohio. '
Havme iust receiued a larire and well selected
assortment of Italian and American Marble Slabs
and Block, are nrenared to make to order, MON-
Awlul: Calamity nnd Great' Fall
IUST teceivod at the Star Wore, from the Kas
tertf cities.- a sirverior and splendid stock ol
Fall aud WinUr Goixfir, which will be sold al
such reduced prices that it will astouisb the .'a-
lives. . My stock consists in part oi tue uiivtwiim
200 Pieces Fancy Print, at 50 cU. awarwfur.
200 - " Brown Muslin, awful cheap", i - v
VX) pair R.kiU and Show, for almost uothint.
24 iieres Alpaeas, from 26 to 50 via per yd.
20 "' Muslin DeLaues, atany price you want
20 ' Casimeres, from 60 cU to 1,25 per yd.
10 " Broad Cloth, ever so cheap.
60 Bbls. Whiskey, by the bbl gal or quart.;"
With a host or other Notions, sui tt as are usuaii)
kept in this Market. All of which will be soli
shocking low for cash in hand or produce deliv
ercd. ' :: - ' -. ' -
In view my Goods more fully to expl.an . . - ,
I will by the way of poetry proclaim r- -Let
pealing drums and cann"iis mar, .
And send the news from shore to shore.
That all creation both for and near,
Of cheap John's Goods soon shall hear, '
First I will speak of Dry Goods rare t
Such trophies sure will make you stare.
Of Broad Cloths Cassimere. aud pauta .0 cheap.
Of them it is useless m re to speak. -t
Delighted you can't help but be .tr. r
When you s'e their prices and their nudity; ' .
The Ladies will my compliments receive ; . .
Aud call they must, the wonders to believe. '
As for prints 1 have all kinds of styles ' '
From I cts up to 25 cts piles on top of pik-s.
In Wintet Goods for soon it will come, 1
I will eivo you bargains, ho lust for fun. -
Prom 18 cts to 25 you shall see Alpnous very fine;
Aim by the bye great bargains can be seen in ev-
Edgings, Laces and all kinds of fancy shawl,.
With Gloves and Stockings both here, and Cot
ton to suit all that cftlls-
Large stock of Buots aud Shoes with best Suit
very articlrs to suit the muddy weather;
Hardware from Jews Harps to Blacksmith's anviU
Not omitting two dozen of Mann's axes with
' handles.- ' . ';
Oh rny Whiskey, ton, I am sure it is first mte;
Just call at the Star Store for bargains great...
' .Tiiese with many other articles are fur ssle by
the subscriber, who is sometimes called Cheap
Johu,andalao . . ' JOHN .M. STRIDEU.
10,000 bushels of Oats, and all of the Corn',
Potatoes, Flaxseed, and Beans that I can get.-' For
which the highest price will be uil in c.e.ii or
N. B.'.A few words to those thai the coat fits:
Whntan awful thing it is to sell Whiskey; .Oh,
deplorable wretch that does it ! ; He has no con
science) He is destitute of all manly principles!
This is the language ut a lew would ue men ol
this place.. As for my pari, I admit I sell Whis
key. Ut course, according to the above dcclarti
tiun I must be a very devili.sh an.-nlu.-e: but whl
will some persons say to making a child s bargain
And that is this : When you quit slandering your
betters, and will come up like meu and pav y.mr
just debts, and not lie eternally, and set lime to
time for years, then ; 1 say when Unit cuiues to I t
the cose, 1 will quit my bad habits.
A few words, 1 any, y.Miwlll find to belru
Attend to your business, and ou wil have
enough to do.
. . JO!IN M. STUIUER
October 28, ;5l nlOtf. '.
customers with' another (the fifth) lot of old
Having purchased the entire stock of UMENTS, TOMB-TABLES and HEAD-STONES
of every variety, on the suoaTKST notice, in the
JD Factory for sale at
app. lint one Assistant Marshal in each Ward, who allowance is made to Clubs, nor will premiums in jf .tore room furniture for aale at
.... .... ' j t.!. I u.Kifiimi.hul nn on. ih nha.rmtinn fnn. 1 .
neatest stvle. and for the lowkbt prices.
ways on hand. - ' ' ".
Grindstones from the best Warren quarries,
Rnnstantlv on hand, wholesale or retail. . ' ,
Any orders addressed to us at Marietta, or tl.
B. Smith, Pomeroy,, will be promptly attended to.
Marietta, O. June 19, 1801. n37mt.
T7f T EST COLUMBIA SAIT.-W,
V V now have and shall continue to keep tl t
superior article of Salt for sale by the barrel ci
bushel. It has no superior, and can be sold low -
ar than the present prices ol othersnit. .
. rtttu at BKU.
March 27, 186U. - -
East Day of Grace.
A LL accounts or claims due us will positivel
he nut in unit nn tlif 1st rtnv of RntHllll
ii uiunuiu vy uit -. ---- i " -- ' , .... . , , . 1 ' ' . . 1 i - x--- - . - ' . '
own of Pomeroy, That the Conncii shall No premiums win oe given wnere vne auuyc -y tass Jars, Tea Boxes, Lamps and other next, if not paid before. v c cannot wait longe-.
shall serve for the term of one year, and until his any case be furnished, unless the subscription mo
successor be appointed and quaiuneo. ney is paiu m iuu lire .
11 A. MURDOCK, Mayor. course to an agent. . Money current in the State
I.rwm S. Nvi. Recorder. ' where issued will bejeceived atjar.
Demher 16. 1861 n4w4. I Reduced Postage.
I m, . .u d-.:j:.i. . L. .
assorted siBes. posage un woe ID..u.u u, u,b
H. B. 3Mf
COUNTEHTEITS. ; :
tflstar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
THE BEST REMEDY EVER KNOWN 'V
Toman for Coughs, Asthma, Colds, Croup, Bron
v ehitis. Influenza, Bleeding of the Lungs, Diffi
eulty of Breathing, Liver Affections, Pain or
Weakness of the Breast or Side, First stages of
Consumption, &c. ,
In .hort, this Balsam is peculiarly adapted toeve
l ryd sense of the Lungs and Liver, which is
W- iced in our ever-varying climate.
ILD CHERRY has long been known to
possess important medicinal properties
This fact is familiar to every matron in our land,
and physicians often prescribe it in different forms
for a variety of complaints. Tar, also, has been
eaually noted for its virtues; and some physicians
whose names are familiar to the whole country,
have gone so fat as to declare that even CON
SUMPTION could be cured by that alone. In
Other hands, again, it was nearly valueless, ow
. ing, no doubt, to their ignorance in preparing aud
administering itrra.djfficuVy now entirely obvi-
. ald.l Kw- naLifflt (.KllcricllCO. .. - .
The extraordinary medicinal powers of these
two substance, are now, tor the nmi nine, earn
"bined and embodied in Dr. WISTAR'i BALSAM
OF WILD CHERRY. Ry a nice chemical pro
.Uo. Rvervthiiiff delutorious or useless is rejected,
ih.t what reiiniins is the most extraordinary and
truly efficacious remedy ibi all kinds of pulmo
' nary and liver diseases ever known to man. ' To
'nvinc all nnbclieTcrs that out .theory is really
true, we refer to a few cases ol cures periormeu
by thi. wonderful medicine. - 1
r ' J. D.' Paaa Dear Sir: I take the liberty of
advi.ing you of the benefit I have derived from the
" use of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. I
was prostrated bv that terrible scourge, Consump
tion, in May last. ...The attack was truly horrify
ing to me, for five of our family, (my brothers and
aisters,) had died ef Consumption. I was afflict
ed.with nearly all worst features i( the dis
ease. 1 had a distressing cough aud expectorated
t gjeat deal of blood, hectic fever, severe pains in
' the aide and chest, cold chills, alternating with
' flushes of heat and copious night sweats.
I was under the care of a skillful physician,
rv,m, th timu I was taken sick until about six
weeks since, being then ubout helpless, and my
, friends considered my case hopeless, oral least
beyond our Physician's skill, advised the use ol
lAVistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry. .Without my
knowledge,, my father procured it, and commenced
administering it to me, and from the first day 1
eommenced taking it my health improved, and m
two weeks from the time 1 commenced using it, 1
"was able to be out and oversee my business, and
labor, which 1 still continue to do. . I have taken
4ot bottlos of the medicine, and, now consider
mvelf perfectly well.
yseu r JEREMIAH ISGRIGG.
The genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
v.. . rnn .imil,. nf the signature of Henry Wistar,
. u. n pi,tu,l,,ln!iia. and Sanford 4. Park, on a
iJ-rMnnt.1 steel enitraved wrapper. No other
can be geuuiiie. ' v
m d.:... i Tviltle: or six bottle, fot 5.
; &a i. i n HARK. Cincinnati, Ohio, North-
2.., , nf 1nnrth -and Walnut streects en
trance on Walnut street-to whom all orders must
addressed. Alao. for sale by the following
duly authorised egenta: ' .
. n PomRniTi D. Tit & Co.. Kigersville;
.nahart Smith. Point Pleasant. Va.; L. P
.ui iSalUnolisi Geo- J. Pavne. Porter: S. S.
Murray, Wilkesville; G. W. Cooper, Chester; John
Frame, Cooivme; j. aioore, onaue r. v.
January 6, 1851. n6tf. ,
IJOZen Biana doors, '': ,..- i. hT rfl,.d. on the average, abont l
Also, .small lot of Fancy Bibles, bunuay " Tha ;oUowine are the mesent
rot slack wood's maoaiink.
Any distance not exceeding 500 miles, 9 cents
per quarter; over 600 and not exceeding 1600
miles, 18 cents per quarter; over 1600 and not ex-
School Testaments, Webster. University Dictipn-
ary, with fifty dozen Elementary tapeuers, ana
small sprinkling of poetical Works, at
n mv stnek of Notions ana rancy uoous.
which can be sold at low prices and on reasonable
terms, consisting in part of the following articles:
100 Pack. Fins;
500 Dozen- Ladies' Cotton Gloves;
100 do do Lisle Thread do;
25 do do Cashmer do
40 do Cotton Purses;
800 Gross Hooks and Eyes;
100 do Gilt Vest Button.;
60 do Pressed Horn Coat do; '
40 do Lasting and Brocade do. do;
300 do Fine faoed Suspenders do;
100 do Col'd Agate do
60 do Pearl do
100 Dozeu Coata Spool Thread;
100 do, Blackiugton.do do , ,
100 do Colburn's do do .
200 ' do Assorted . . do do
100 lbs. White Skein .do
75 do Assorted do do
,75 Bundles Ball do ,. ,
100 Dozen While and Black Tape; ,
50 do Ladies Linen Hdkfs; . .
60 do Mason'. Blacking;
40 do Tally-Ho Razors;
20 do Ash ton 4 Jackson's do .
25 do Razor Strops;
100 do Shaving Soap; -
5j do Transpaieut Shaving Cream; (
20 M Bates' Needles;
15 do Hemming 4. Sou's do
10 do Darners;
600 pes. Cap and Bonnet Ribbonaj
100 do Col'd Taffeta . do
.50 do Black do
200 lbs. Whale Bones;
300 Dozen Tuck Combs;
200 do Side do
100 do Eng. Horn Dressing do
60 do- .. '. do . . do do-, .'' :i
400 do Ivory Fine -do ,
26 do Harmomcans;
50 lbs. Black Italian Sewing Silk.
E. S. EDWARDS.
Pomeroy, December 9, 1851. . ., , ,' - J . ,
Important Discovery In Dagnerre
otypes. I would respectfully inform the
citizens of Pomeroy that 1 am now receiving the
late aud wonderful discoveries in taking Daguer
reotypes; and 1 will be m Pomeroy in December
for the purpose ot taKing lctures.
o. J. WUULLY.
New York. Decembetf, 1851. n4w3.
Any distance' not exceeding 600 miles, 4 cents
per quarter; over 500 and not exceding 1600
miles, 8 cents per quarter; over 1600 aud notex
oeedtng 2600 miles, 16 cents per quarter. -
At these rates no objection should be made, as
heretofore, to receiving the works by mail, and
thus ensuring their speedy, safe, and regular de
livery. . .
O" Remittances and communications should be
always addressed, post-paid, to the Publishers, .
LEUNAKU BOOT !' CU.,
79 Fulton Street, New York, .
Entrance 64 Gold street.
N. B L. S. 4. Co. have recently published,
and have now for sale, the "FARMER'S GUIDE,"
by Henry Stephens of Edinburgh, and Prof. Nor
ton of Yale College, New Huvcn, complete in
2 vol.., royal octavo, containing 1600 pages, 14
steel and 600 wood engravings. Price, in muslin
binding, $6; in paper covers, for the mail, $5.
N w Yoai, December 23, 1861 .
December 98, 1851.
Brooms-20 doz. at wholesale at -
SMITH says that the Cash system work, like
a charm, He ha. lust returned from th
Queen City and is prepared to accommuate his
numerous customers with the following articles
at mo ctum prices. - m .
40 Barrels best Molasses;
,15 do Middling and Extra Sugara;
10 Boxes Raisins;
10 do Soap; ,
10' do Candle.;
Sugar Crackers; Soda and Butter do.
Coffee Tea, Ac
Pay up now and save cost.
HEED & BROTHER.
Dlt. J. W. SPRY, Surgeon
. POME 0Y F0UNDE..Y.
Engines, machinery, Plows, Stoves.
THE subscriber having purchased the emire in
terest iu the above establishment, is prepared to
furnish any article desired f.'oui an hntiinp to i
flat iron. Havimr iu his employ the mostexperi
enced workmen, he Can safely promise thui his
work shall be as represented and to lint all cavil
at fault he will warraut all work unit from
his establishment. liC'is prepared to fill orders
for Steam Enxiucs, Machinery of every
kind Moves, Hollow ware, urates.
Salt Pans. Metal Plates of every size
and in short anything and everything Unit con be
manuiacturcd trmn castor armgiit inm.
.His Stearp bugwes have given the hignest satis-
taction iu every instance -When properly sei i
order, aud for neatness of finish and excellent:
of materials are not surpassed anywhere. He .n
vites orders trom any part ol the w eatcru conn
try convinced that he can do such wurk as will
stand inspection in any market.
Pomeroy, November 11, 1851 nSltf.
the months of June, September, December and
riHE WINTER TERM of Pomeroy Academy
X will commence on Monday uecemuer isi.
- A course of Lectures on Chemistry will be de
livered during the term accompanied with Exper
iments, for which new and valuable Chemical
Philusonhical ADoaratus will be provided.
To those who wish to acquire a knowledge of
Spices anVl other article, belonging to the trade th"1 interesting and valuable Science this win be
at Wholesale or ReUiL , Call and see him-flrst favorable opportunity, as it is intended to make
hniion ahnva tlM Hnllmo Mill iinj.ii.ii I 1L a SUD CCl Ol sueuiai aucuuuii. iuuc w
uo . mcio, - rt l. D . n
' ' . i also piven in iue l,buii a-iciiuji anu uc-
TLATFOBM SCALES, for sale at Cin man languages, the Higher Mathematics, and all
Dentist, Portsmouth, Ohio. Will prushwl Sugar-Ouc Tierce for sale by
visit POMEROY, in the first week of !.' ..
SVNDUIES. Phila. Strain Syrup;
Grass Bed Cords and PloujFi Lines
Grass ahd Hemp Ropes;
Crushed aud Loaf Sugar;
Window Glrss assorted sizes;
Nails and Spikes assorted.
Just received and for sale by
April 7,7 5000. REED & BRO.
' ANOTHER SICrNTtFIC WOMLEIi ! '
.TJlIi' TRUB i. DIGKiTI VK PLtlD.
oi.ir-' Or tirlMlfet 1
A GREAT DYSPEPSIA i URkH1
IJHi:t'AKEO frowR.i,iut, ofthe fourth stouiarb
of tli Ox; nfter dinctions bv Karon t.iriiit.
the arval Physiolngidnl Chnrnst, bvj S HOl'OU
TON. M. D., Nj. I ;, ; North L'ihtli street, l'iu!
delphia, Pa. ' ' " "'. '
rhm i atMly wond. rful remedy fur INDICES-
TION-, DY8PKP8IA; JAUNDICE, CONiSTiPA
TION, LIVER COMPLAINT, and EFlfUTt
curing afur Nature's ow method, bv Nature's
owd inethod, the Gastric Juice. .
Hall a teaspoonlull of this Fluid , infixed. m
waur, will dfgist or dissolve five pounds of roast
beef in about two hours, out of the !omaclu ,.
- Scientific Evidence I . . ,
; Bnroh Lkihki, iii bis celebrated work on Animal -Chemistry,
says: "Au artificial, Digestive Fluid,
aualagous to the Gastric J uk-e, may. be readily
prejiared from the mucuoua lueuibrane f the sto
iii ich of thecalf, in which various articles of food,
as meat and eggs, will be so softened, ehanged and
digo.ited just iu the same uuiuiur as they would be
in the human rt-niiach."" ...
Dr Pkkeira, iu his fnmotistrca'ise on "Food and '
Diet," published by Fowlers fi Wells, New York,
p.-ge 3 i staU-s th same groat fact, and dtwetibaa
the method of propara.ioii.' T..sfe are fe highlit
aiithortiies than Dr. Pereir.i. ., t , ;, ,. ,
Dr Cousk, in his valuable writings on the Phys
iology of Digestion, observes that dimuuition ' .
of the due t(iiautity of thei. Gastric Juice, is a
prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspi psi i;"
and he states that "a distinguished prullssor of
medicine in Loudon, who was neu-rely alllirtcd
with this c implaiut, finding ever) tiling else to fail,
had recourse to the Gnslria J uice, obtained from
the stomach of living animals, which proved cmij
pletely succeSBful." . v r v
Da Giuiun, author of the famous works on
"Vegetable Diet," says: "It is a remarkable laet
in physiology that the stomnnhs iu animals, iiiaou-
rn'.ed in water, impart to thr (luid the property of
isKoiviu v.umus articles oi lomi, andol tUeciin;;
kind of artificial digestion of them in", no wisu
lifferent from the imtu.al digestive prucca." ... ,
urtMno s great worn, tue chemistry of ,Msn,v
ea BianrJiura, rinla, 1845, pit 321-2) a...r
'The discovery id' PKPcilN forms a n.-w ra iu ihw
cheiniciil history of Digestk ii. Fh lii lectiit.et-
permietits we know that food is diss il vt djas, rapid
ly in an 'artificial digestive fliiij, , prepared, frimi
Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric . J mco itself. V
tYifi-ssor UI'Molikon, of the Ji'llei'on ColleL'e.
Philmlelpliin, in his great w.trk on Human I'hv - ''
ol,.'v, ilevotts more than ii f. y inures to au vxamina-
liou of this subject;' His expi-riuicn: with Dr.
Ili'.niiii iut, on the (iiistric J nice, nhtained from the
living human stomach and from vnimnls, are ill
known. "In all cases," he soya, "diircslion oc
curred us perfectly in the artificial us iu the ualu-
r.-u digestions." , , .
AS A DYSPEPSIA CI KER.
Or Hoi'iiiiton's preparations of PEPSIN his ur
di'ired tliemnsi nmrvellous i-lfi.Tis, curiiit: casts if
Debility. Eiiinci.iliou, Ni-rv-ns Decline, and Dy-
icplic UonSnmptioii, siippuscd to he mi the very
verge of the 'rave. It is hnposMc tojiive tht- iin
tails of cases in thi' 'limits i f this ailvertiscpitnl-r-Imt
authenticated certificate have Im.i-ii jrivt-n of
more than TWO IILNDHKD MM ARKAHLE '
OI.HES, iu I'liiladfljihlii, New York, ami 'fhVu.it
alone. . These were ui urly all ik-si,erte crs. ami
Che cnrtM were not on k rapid u'ud wi.uderf'il, but
peiliinni.'iit. , . , . . .. , ,.,-
It wi great NERNOI S ANTIDOTE, and nsr-
licularly useful, lor tfiiilun.. y t hil.uusisidcr,
Llvet Loiiiptiulit, Kever nnd Acne, mill 1 1n' v il f-
feclsof yninine, .Mercury, unit other dru.s up. n
tlie Digestive organ, otter u lon sicknos. Als.',
for excess in eating, ntiil tin1 too frt usi of sr li iit
spirits. ltulj recjneiM Ileal' Ii With liiU-iiiPi.'-
OLD STOMACH fOMJM.AINTS. ;
TheM is i I'.nm of OLD 'STOMACH CoSf.
PLAINTS which it does not si-i-ni lo reach and re
move titmice. Noimitter how had tht-v n.av be, it
GIVES INSTANT RELIEF! A siue uW x
moves all the unple:iSHiit sviiiiitoms. kiiJ i:-t,nlv
needs lo be repeated, f..r u shot! time, to ii,au- ihrae
good ell'iTts piTiimneiu- pi'HlTY Of JiLOOD
and VIGOR OK BODY follow ;,t oiice. It is '
ticulariy ecelleiit iu eases i.f Nausea, Vomiting,
Cramps, Soreness of the pit i,f the SKniideh. dis
treta after ..:in, nw, fold .lafe f lhtf llliaid.
Heaviness, Litwaessof Spirits, Dcs.'uidpiicy, 'Etna-,
ciatiun, Weakness, tendency tj li'i.-iitv, Suiei'.
Price, ONE DOLLAR ,-r butlff. One botlja '
will often eifect a lastiiie cure. ' -l ' ,
Every liottle la-am t ho written signature of J $
HOl'GHTON, M D, sole proprietor.
Sold by ageuts in every town i i the United 'talcs,
and by respectable dealers in Medicines generally
Also, for sale at the D.ug Store of D. It,' ED,
rouiunij, uuur npnfJl! 2 tyl.
Xeinnati prices, at
lnnawnn Kalt-40 barrels for .ale very
jLja tow ioi casn BT, (SMITH 8.
the ordiuarv studies of an English Education.
u. u. uiLr-o, rriucipai.
Pomeroy, November 25, 1851.
' I WENTY-FIVE Bushela Shoe Pen. as-
J torted .iies, from the be.t factor, in the Uni
ted States, for sale at :::. . SMITH'S.
1 ard A splendid article of No. 1 for sale at
Toys and Fire Works.
O A. SIDEBOTTOM has a superb lot of
IV. TOYS and FIRE WORKS for the
Holidays. Rockets, Roman Candles, Spit Devils,
Fire Serpents, Pin Wheels, Chinese Crackers,
TEA STOIIC H.vl Jackson Crackers. Torpedoes, c, oxc, the
a new sunnlv of that snlKmlid TEA. frmr. largest assortment ever brought to Pomeroy.
rniiatteipiua, 1 oiler it to the publio with n an supply au vue youugsiem iu rumuiuj.
May 8, 1861
JUiy 17, 18BI.
:H. B.SMITH, Agent
woaa Fonntain for sale, with all the re-
ceipts and appurtenances, at
f N the 8d inst. we sold our entire interest m
w the Horse Cave Store to Myron Wells, who
will continue the business on hi. own account.
All 41.n. 4n eat1 fttnri. (. liprphv nnti.
I Ma-ijriper, t,au, lopping, Lin- fled that they must come forward and pay up
Jjmg aud Binding kius, for aale at the store of bv the flrstof January. 1852J either to ourselves in
HlQMRAn IJ D CU1TU I n . . ... . . 1.1 I
- ,u.u,tNaitii,. rnnwmv nr ,n mr. wriib at nia suiio, oi oaiu i
claims will be nut in suit for collection.
nnnn tl n rrtllT?Tl
milE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the en-
X tire interest of Messrs. Reed 4 Brother in the
Horse Cave btore, would respectfully mionn nis
, U. B. SMITH.
C OLE EE ATII EB A , splendid article o
iiiicinuau ana iicmiocs; tan, lor sale at
. . . SMITH'S..
BLASTING POWDEIL-25 kegs just;
received on commission and for sale urton the
cash principle, by i ' . H. B. SMITH.
la thi whols World!
OT W" II f BoUU, or M BtMmM 13.
Il I now pin op hi QUART BOTTLES, of tea MM
Emmd mtditxu ifflcacv u when lo imall Dotiwt. Etcn
bolila eoDUlu MIXTY.FOUR DOHES, and tha
atloiM ara to Htranaly Caoceatralea Ibat only
Ona ro&inpoonul U required at a Ba three Umm a ia
httt ona boule latu Tweaty-Oae Day?, which la much
roarer man a Douia oi any finer meaicroa ispn, uwhiuiv unr.
U nnulred of Uiti a leaa qanntllr at a doaa.
Tha arrnt SiqMHmty of thla Blood Purifier over all
aSwr madlclnea, coniUla la a ml mean re in tia poaaeaalnf
aa a part et-Ma compound, dw jMiaariH JUadloal Vlrtaea
oi auma eearee ana nan
Indian Roots and Barks,
which bo other mad trine nonanea. Theae ara the moat eartaia
Farlflera of tba Blood thai ware ever known lo either
Mia or wMtt an, and tbeaa betn( aMipoaaaaa with too atreaa-
la aaanainuaa aJtrata 81
SarBaparilla, Yellow Dock,
CHERRY AND SASSAFRAS BARKS,
M.b rtil. T.m,HM. Xt vtMi.r.nol onlv tha araafaal Blood
r. but alto, a cheaper awaicru ny ureal anna
any outer, it la aaaonar, nerouee ina t anniny oi u wai
IIKAVY IMPORTATIONS OP
KOK WINTER TRADR. '
WM. ELDEX CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, North
. of the Portsmouth Branch Dank,
ARE now receiving their second supply of Goods
for the winter trade. This is the uiotn ty-
postation ever made to this market either l,v our
selves or AMr sodv klse. . Our Goods wW mir-
chssed under the most advantageous circum
sitiuces, many articles being un 'er innuufnnturera
wm-ea owing to me iigntuess ol the lmuiey market
and the many failures of the maniisacliirers iu the
enst. Dealers iu Dry Goods are nanMiffiiiiv invi.
Ud to call as we guarantee our Gouds to be as low
AS A.NV OTHKa IIOIIftK IS Tll; WfcST.
Imported directly from Liverpool in Crates and
Half Crates fur sale as low ss any house East or
WM. EEDEN CO.
l'orUnnoulii, ifov.. IS, 1831 n02w-l.
OKKt lls. Hams very fine; '
ooo aouid-'rs do
2U00 Clear Pork do
For W cheap for cash. '
RE I'D & BROTHER;
Notice. t hereby warn all - persons against
purchasing a note given by me to William
Ihle, or order, as I hnve refused to pay the sam
unless coiup.-JM by law. ,
'" ''- ' JAMES CAHOON.
Pomeroy, December 13, 18S1. nlw.1.
rr . COIIEIV respectfully' returns his thanks LNoa. 1, 2 and S Call and
AT tny instance' an attachment was this day
issued by H. H- Kico, a Justice of the peace
of Salisbury township, Muigs county, against the
nrODerty aud CUeOlSOI luuiuu rnumi au aoawua
VrdeMo:. aao?tobcr31. 1801. "
n. trepw.. WILLIAM 8. MYRtC.
his buying customers for their liberal
patronage to him, and would , say to them that he
? .ri, i ... - , , r liriMrnvn
ia sun ou oauu wiin a taige supply ot tvii i ca
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,
and you can save both disease and money and live
more comfortable. My stock consists in part of : .
Heavy Pelt, Ulanket, Tweed, Cloth Coats;
, Cloth, Satinett, Silk and Satin Vests; -, .. ,. ,
Satiuett, Jeans and Cassimere Pauts; . , .
Pine cloth and silk plush Caps; ' , ,v ,. .:
Fur and silk HaU; - ','
Fine and Kip Boots and Shoes; - ..
Fine and Hickory Shirts, Drawers, Uudershirta,
Comforts, Cravats and Handkerchiefs;
Umbrellas, Carpet Bags and Trunks;
see M hem, at
. , , SxMITH'S.
rtOAL STOVIS.Theeelebrat.ilEnternrise friends and customers that he is now receiving a
I ... . . . I . r iinur .mm,,, : i l ; t '
iresn supply oi ir.w uuuio, uiuiuuing uiuic
ries, Ac, and solicits their patronage as hereto?
fore. All kinds of Produce, btaves, Hoop rotes,
Lumber, die., taken in exchange for goods.
Horse Cave, December 16, 1851 nim3.
I ED FINS. 3 brls.
and for sale by. . "
t'1880."' " '
Bed Pins just teceiv-
H. B. SMITH. Agent
it be bomrht for Uaa Hollar win wai aaaoa lonanr, ana
ill rare Ten Tlmra mora BloooVdlaeaae, tlua Um ViUaf
worth of any other medicine.
jjgf for unaouetea prow oi wa vrm v, . v I
: , Scroftda, Fever-Sores,
SmU-thai, EryripHa; SaU RKnm, KhnmaUim, ByphBk, Srm
Hat Umplm aa 14 fia, LWer-Coajplalnta, PUm, 1mm
tooa, CoiuanM Vktrt, CoHClTeneoa, Sara CM, I)TI)rp
ala, Pami aSlM, ft-aoat, ijaaaa, and Mnf.ami ALL OTHaa
Mla-arery A(ent baa them to gite away.
TV-TcINTOSH'S BAL8AM Indian Squaw Root
Ivi Said to be the best medicine ever offered to
the-world for disease of the lungs, chest or
Auto Mcintosh's Cherry Cordial. - Warranted
to cure Diarrhoea or .Dysentery. , For sale by
H. B. SMITH, Agent.-
"I ) ock 8aJt24 bags fine ground for sale by
JL1, H. B. SMITH
rTALL'S PATENT CONCRETE
Fl SAFES Patented August 21st, 1849.
THE FIRST TAG E OF VOLUME
no. z. on tre nrst naee or voiume 110.
Scan be seen the removal of L. S. Cokoots
Saddler Shop to a room fitted up expressly for his at 10 o'clock, A. M
Regular Pomeroy . nnd
Cfe raCKCl The Hieamer
JOHN BRUBAKER, Mastks, will make semi-
weekly trips between Pomeroy and Portsmuulh.
Leaves fomeroy every aionuay anu 1 ituraita,
at 7, o'clock, A.M.. ' j V-
Leaves Portsmouth every 1 uesuay aim runny,
. 4 I have alao a large stock of DRY-GOODS, such - BA 'if nWl1 AV?1"" , , 18
PODierOT Select SchOOIUlnter Term as Frenoh and EngUsh Clotlia, Tweeds, Cassi- Wstrranted free from Damp and Mould, as well
f 1 HENEXT TERM Olf THISSCHOOLWILL
I oonuneiice on Monday, the 8th day of De
cember BexL 1 - . .-
Tuition per Huarien
Reading, -Writing, - Elementary Geography
-. and Mental Arithmetic, - . (3 00
Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Philos
ophy, Chemistry and fciemeniary At.
iri'lira. . - - "
Book Keeping by Double Entry, Botany,
Astronomy, Auciemueograpnyana nis
tory, Physiology and Geology, 4 60
Rhetoric, Logic Higher Mathematics and
the Greek and Latin Languages, - - 5 00
JAMES M. EVANS, Teacher.
Pomeroy, November 18, 1861.
. House and Lot for Sale.
THE subscriber offers tor srle his dwelling
house; alao, his cornel house, at present occupied
has a chair, cabinet, aud Tailor Shop, together with
the whole lot. Said property is situated in the
moat nublio Dart of Graham Statiou. The prem
ises is well colcula.ed for any kind of mercantile
business. For further particulars apply on the
meres, Jeans, Satinetts, Calicoes, Brown Cottons
and Sheeting, 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 coining and buying
of lne. AU I ask is for you to come and examine
my articles aud price litem. You "will find them
My stock of Groceries coimisUof Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Rice, Fisli, Tobacco, Soap and Candles; all
which I will dispose of at the vaar lo wkst pbices.
0A11 kinds of Country Produce taken in ex
change for Goods.
ID" Call at the old stand, Cohen's Headquarters
No. 2, 011 Front,, between Court and Lind streets.
You will find him at his pout. -. 11. COHEN.
Pomeroy, December 23, 1861.
OYSTERS by the Can or at Re-
1 tail fresh from the Chesapeake Bay,
always to be had at
December U, 1861. IIOSSICK'S.
M. C GREENLEE.
A new two hone WAGON wcl
.murrc RRBU ft wku.
VV ironed and complete in allparticulars, for
1UDGE NYE resumes the practice of the Law
He will attend the Courts in Meigs and Gallia,
and the other counties of the (present) eighth cir
cuit. . Ispril07nw4pd
We are manufacturing the above superior Safe
at our establishment on Columbia street, between
Broadway and Sycamore street, No. 49, and have
constantly on hand a good assortment.
These Safes are a better article, as it reanrds
Fire Proof duality and Dryness, than any others
manufactured in the United States. -
We say'further, that no manufacturer dare risk
the reputation of their Safes by testing one of
equal size aud thickness with ours, on a fair trial
Should they or any of them conolude to do so.
we will furnish them a Safe free of charge, provi
ded it does uot on trial prove to be the best article.
, HALL, LXJJJDS ft CO.
Cincinnati, Nov. 11, 1861 n61yl
arnommndation. oti Front street, two doors below
Crawford ft Stiers store, where may be found at
all times all kinds of
Saddles, Harness, Bridles. Whlp,
Or, in fact everything that is ever made in a Sad
dler Shop: and what is still more desirable you
will atwava find the b'hoys nt home ready to patch
up your old Collars and otbor twins, just by ute
way ot aocommouauou, you nuuw.
rr Call arounu anu sec want a isii simp no una
,t7auyl.ow. L. 8. CROKOOT. .
Pomeroy, December 16, 1851 n4tf. ,
irr Tlie REVEILLE havinit been purchased and
fittod 1111 exnresaly for the Pomeroy and Portsmouth
trade, will run regularly, leaving promptly at the
alove hours. All business eiitriisieu 10 mis noat,
will receive particular attention. .-
Pomeroy, August m, mi.
FLOWS. The attention of fann
ers is called to my assortment o
Plows Longs Patent with or with
out stocks t also, Plow Points and Land bides.
April 07,. E. 8. EDWARDS.
, Tea Store I have on hand a large
lot of Imperial, Young Hyson and Black
TEAS, which I am prepared to sell in origi
nal uackagos either ot 64 Iba., by the half chest,
Or oy tne siiwie 10, ai rvir iuw mii-en,.
, April 07, M00. . 8. EDWARDS,
EAS. In chests, half chests and quarters,
fresh article, for tale ery low at wo. 4.'
G. W. HOLMES'.'
Krffnlar Passenger Pack
et between Pomeroy uud
Cincinnati The splendid light
S ug htPiissengcr Packet ,
. 1 Mm aulli
WASH. KERR, Mahtes, will leave POMEROY
every Monoav morning, at 8 o'clock.
Will leave CINCINNATI every Tuesday eve
ninir at 4 o'clock.
(trThe TIBER 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 11, 1851. n61tf.. . ,
olasseft 400 bbls new crop, on handandi
1TX for sale at o 6.
x OAKES ft Cl'BKIRK
Pomeroy and Ciucinnati
Packet-The light draught anil fast
JAMES NEWTON, Mastks, leaves Poinewy
every SATURDAY morniiii!, at 8 o'clock. ,
This boat having been purchase expressly tor
tins trade will make regular trips. Mnci alien
tion will bo paid to the comfort of passengers,
and the prompt and sate delivery ol tieighl en
trusted to tne care ot said boat.
Protestaiit Euir.oniR.J -.t..L.. . -
D001.KV .Rector: Serviees every Sabba'lh UKiriiing',
at 104 0 clock. ,.
Presbyterian Rev. R. Wh-kixson, pstr
Services every Sabbath nioriiiiir at 1 1 ) n Hoek.
Methodist EiicoDaIRKv. J v
Pastor: Services nt the unner cl.urc-h on nil.. ,',,'.
Sabbath mornings, at 10 o'clock at lower1 eliureh
every Salihaili afternoon, at 3 o'clock. . ,
Konr.tii Catholie Itev TitKopuacs Kasrr,
Priest: Ser iets every Kabbnlh iiioriting.'
'" Oerniaa Methodist H.. Mr7TjT.L
Services every Sabbath morning. . , ,
German LntheraaRcv. Mr. Habkl,
Services evry Snbbath morning. t.
ifSO-Vir. Pomeroy Lodpe,
staled .Meetings, the Monday
nig, on orbt-lore the full moon 111 each
Hall in Murphy's building, Second fct.'
1. O. O. F, Naomi LodfTo,
Ko. 11T. Meetings-' on every, Friday
Evening. Half in Edwards' buildiug. m
Welfare Divisioa, Ko. i. Sons
-7iid' Tenipt ranee, .Meetings evry Saturday
r-a bvenuig. llall in Ui-t limp's ttuiiaiug. .
y: saiisoury ui vision ixo. x.rs.
jSons of Teinpuraucc Meetingsou Snliirdny
, r.vi-nuif s. 11:111, nice si'UUiiiHi:. niu, ui ti.,n
Between Pitsbnrgh.ltlartettu, Pome
roy ana uainiMkiiit. .
Tin: new and lust runntugstenm
or GOV. MEIGS, Captain Joh N.
Shunx, will make regular weekly
trioa boLweeu the above ports.
Leaving Pittsburgh for Marietta, Pomeroy and
Gsllinolis, every TUESDAY, at 3 o'clock, r M.
Returning leaves Pomeroy for Marietta and
Pittsburgh, every THURSDAY at 9 o'ciuU, A. M
Juno 09, 8005. u37tf..
OllOW Wure-nAhirgensaortiiicittoii Imml
and 61 snle at,
April 7, 8.500
E tv EDWARDS,,
Crystal Fount PlvWein Xo." 1,
Z)jt:.i Sons and limigWeisol iv-inpi ttinci' mei-i-t4nat
ings evniv Stiicilny afternoon at the Sons'
Hall in PoiueroVv t ,
Pomeroy. marietta . in
pome rv. inarierta
l-nf lntt! Parket Tlte
k--.nratim r OHIO', M.
r, wiil rtei as a TvgultW packet betwee vht .
above ports. ' . . . . - .
Leans PoiiK-my every IT rWP AY evening. ,
Leaves Cinciunali every FR!I)A evening, .
4 a' clocks . .'" '
y Ti e OHIO has now Kt two seasons iu
th Wade, and will reinain pi.titaiiiuHy.
JaHtift'y lt lfiiVi.-r-vl(;.
tranratar are irotnn rrj enur rw
nerrerain' As ih Liecgtlvei who have oreeeded' behind : If clvllliai nrt. intlinV.i -;lb!aj'aiaiUif,n,t..
, ,y. .nntt tr MUTT -mine nrSUnUIT TTiit whnla ,l, ,M. r J
it-tVX,mi;,,V. Vh.a'l.-J- l..:.-';!..,!.: , - , "f"-' .K..u.jr iritirrw
... ... . ' 1 - V . W . 4 ,U.U
v..,., r... .aiiin a in u, n 13 rnmnuntt-a. and riur.ati
......... H..w..H a no wtiois suoject is respectiuiy relerrM
boert fJisiribuied 19 the juries of the General ,.Aambly,itM '
ed In fliir-rcni ' betlavinrait wilt ha I