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.fOlIXO STATE JDrRNAL.
The Due Quia Sttb aui.ut.'will maintain
tha hiah-Tenitn!i.n it fa maintained for years
pst,IotniviM tlic most full anil accurate reports
tif the legislative proceed tups from day to dav
We shall. publish our pnper in the morning, prb
twlily, and the morning's paper will contain ttjo
full reports of all tlic previous day'i pdiceadiu
np to the time of adjournment,. The mails areso
arranged that our morning papers are taken to ivll
parts of the State during that day, , The Journal
will fc tlic only paper that will give all. the. pror
'ewedings of the previous day jo all its raiders on
all the prinoipal.Hiiil routes ,froin Culiinbus to
the different parti of the State-. , ,'-,,,' . , ,(S
' "The Weekly Ohio $tatc, Journal will alsor con--tain
aH the .proeeediiiirs'f. the-legislature up to
, the time of its publication', end will be found of
' jreat value to those who wish to keep a record, of
the important events ns they transpire.
'''The Journal, both Paily and Weekly, will also
eVmtain the proceedings of Co.ngres.1 from day to
day. The proceedings are tluynphed ..in. tlie
evening of each day to us, from tysuhingloa, and
will - invariably be' found in tlie Jqurnal Qf the
8.t morning. So that our readers will be, regu
larly nerved with; the doings iu .Cougrss and our.
Btate Legislature, and will Ix; informed of all im
portant events on the day following that on which ,
-i!i?y transpire. ' ,-v ,'.!',' "M ; 4r . '..
- besides these items, the Journal will maintain
, i' established reputation as a general News paper,
Our telegraphic arjangeiiienla enable us td give
'the earliest and most reliable news. o( interest.
. In the various departments, literary, political, ag
ricultural,1 &c.,' to say nothing of typographical,
H will continue to excel. :.Iu short, no pains or
ipense will be spared (b make the Journal a
Biost iuterestingi ' acceptable and . indispensable
visiter in the cuiiuting rooms, shops, offices and
homes of every citizen of Ohio!. .,,,..,, i( -1
'" Wd' continue bur'ch-iu-advanne system,' sat-.
ftfiea irfih experience that it is best fur us and
far tlie' best for the public ' We call the special
atlenfion 6f our friends to thdvei'y lyw terms be
low ami hope they wilt liiake a vigorous effort
to give the Journal a greatly increased circula
tion. The eflicieury ot the paper must, of cours,
depend upon the cfliciency of our friends through?
ut the State in getting us a large list of subsori
(bert. ' We hope every Whig will consider himself
a special agent to club in his neighborhood.
Will oar friends think of these things, and act go
aa to secure, a wide' circulntion'of the important
natters that are sure to be published within the
' - 1 ''' :-' : ' 'TERMS: .,
Daily to subscriber by mail, per'year . , 85 00
Tri-Weekly ., ., 3 00
Wevkly, single subscribers, ' "! 1 50
'" ' Clubs of four and upwards, each .1 25
" Clubs of 10 and upwards one ad
dress, each I 00
FOK SESSION OF FOUR MONTHS.
Daily by mail, each . 52 00
Tri-Weekly 1 00
Weekly - 60
" The greatly increased expense of employing re
porters, 5ic., during the session, induces us to put
the price of the session paper higher than it is
tot the balance of tue year.
v- -v SCOTT & BASCOM, Publishers.
Columbus, November 17, 1851.
PltOSPECTDS FOI6 188.
THE SATUAY"EVENING POST,
Tht Leading L'UeraryWeekly Paper of the
Union. , j
The Proprietors of the POST think it unneees
snry to dwell upon the distinguishing features of
their well-known weekly, whose brilliant success
during an existence of THIRTY YEARS is a sure
guarantee fur the future. We have the pleasure
of announcing our continued connection with
Mrs. E. D. E. N. Sousthwortii, author of -'The
Deserted Wife," "Shannondale," &.O.; Duiing
the coming year, we have already made arrange
ments for the following nnuvellcltes: ,
EOL1NE; Oil MAGNOLIA VALE: ,
By Mrs. CarolinbLek Hr.xtz, author of "Lim'a."
Viola; ' or Adventure in the South-West:
A companion to '-Prairie Flower," by Emkrsoh
Bknnktt, author of Prairie Flower, "The Bandits
of the Osage," &c.
TRIAL AND TRIVMPII:
By T S Artiii's. author of . '-The Iron !Hand,"
"Temperance. Tales," flic. , Aud last, but not
THECVRSE OF CLIFTON: : :
A Tale of Expiation .and .Redemption. By Mrs.
RD E.N Soi'tiiwurth, author uf the "Deserted
Wife,;' &0&.C. . -
' The POST also will coniaiiu very week Select
ed Articles of the choicest description, one or
more Engravings, llliniorous atticles.'ihe most in
teresting News, Local News, Bank Ntte List,
State of the Mnrkets, the Stock Market, etc. etc.
TERMS. The terms' of the Post are Two Dol
lari if paid, in advance, Three Dollars if nol paid
in advice. ' Fur five Dollnra, in advance, one co
ny is sent three years; Avecontinnethefotlowini;
low terms for Clubs, to be sent in the city, to one
address, and, in the country, to one postomce
Copies - t5 U0(per annum
-copies (aim me toAgcnr, or
" thegetter-iipoftheClub,)?10;C0 ' .
llenpies (and one to Agent or
the getter up of the Clnh,) ?i5'C0 ',
iO copies (and one to Agent, or ' 3
' the getter-up or the Club,) ?20 OS .
Tl e money for Clubs must nhvavs buscnt in
advance. Subscriptions ma)1 be sent at our risk
When the sum is latgr, a draft should he procured
if possible the cost of which may be. deducted
from the amount.
Address, always post-paid,
" DEACON &. PETERSON,
No. 615, North Third street, Philadelphia
P. S. A copy of the POST will be sent as i
specimen, to anyloue rei;uesting it.
Suoa Dentist. ,
CHARLES N. MAD
DY, mm leave to in
form the citizens of this
, vicinity that he may lie
found at his residence
in Sheffild, at all hours,
when not professionally absent. , . He is prepared
to execute all operations purlaiuiug to tbc proles,
iofi, in a style of neatness, e.ase and durability.
TEETH inierteil- In complete or parts of setts,
upon goU plate, with or without, artificial Gums, in
so acourate a manner, as toueccive me closest oo-
Hr.hntec shnll in all caws be low, and gradu
ated according to theninoHiitof labor and material
exK-nae(i; pledging mmseii to give enure natisiac
lion in all cases entriisleil to lu.'i cure.
irrLADIES waited jipviLai their residoiujes, if
jTTho NERVE killed and the Toothsaved wiUt
ut sensation of pain to the patient.
ITThe Lctheon will be used for extracting
Teeth, if required. .--'"?
CANCERS, all kinds; old RUNNING SORES,
SCROFULA, FITS, RHEI'MATISM, first and se
eond stages of CONSUMPTION, on moderate
terms. , ' - i
' ' He invites the afflicted portion of the community
to give him a call. ' A fair trial is all h asks.
May, 85 n.lOtf. , .
August 20,00 86 ii-lnin4 ' a
. COJPPEK WOI1K ! !
To Engine Builder and olh'rt using
I mi . Cnpprr Work.
Tit HTf' are prepnrod to inanuficluie upon the
V v shortest notion and in the (itm Biannor
sll -kinds of Copper Work at Cincinnati prices
RRrcaKMcr.il MeAboy 4t Cutler, J. C Depew,
ft. C. Grant, Pomcroy; Mr. J ones, MiihUcport,
Pomeroy, August 20, 8500.
l;OUKTV LAND. For tlinse who served in
I 'the War of 1812 with Great Britain" or any -sf the
Indian. ' I have received a ropy of the Lite AM .'of
Congress, paased Seplenilier 28, 0M50, granting
Bounty laud, ic, and am prcpnrcd to procure
lands und-r the provisions oi said.
Those desiring information concerning Jtheir
rithts tfl lands can be inloriHed by application
Inc. No change will bo made er.cept in cases pro-
ving successful, and in such charges will be reason
amiv n f V.-! i,.'. , .( -.
.. .... -,;-i J. CARTWRlGIlt,'
. ..rA.. ....m ......
.. OCUJ 0UIHMIIU. :
''7'"".'-' ' ' "'' ' Kotlrc " '
StoekboUU'js In the Poinuroy Snlt Co. are here
by notified that tlu'ir regujar meeting the election
of D rectors, aim tlie tiosacnon oi oiner ousi
iicss, will be held at tin Company's Office, on the
first Monday M January. . ,
By orUr of Dirntlots. '
C. R. PO.Mt.KOY, Trcm'T.
rmTy, Dc?. i;. ii;
v&mmrmifri, bbjitt'I Wrtjn
n. Site TO $$ EACH
A llEDUCED PRICES.
rrThe newnostaire law,, which took effect
! July t, 1851, permits us tosond Bound Volume,.
weighing not over two. pound) by Wail, 'l ins is
a great event; and the reading couunauny have
cauie for ulf-ccnratulation. "
The discount on the annexed List vill be twen
ty per cent, via."-: ( ...
f J 2 " Books for i
.4 ti oo -v
; 2 60.
".I, ft c ol ,r l .,; f 1 xu ...
,.'... ..!.. 1-40 '(.
i'.V. ,r 4 . ..i 2 00 "C
. -fr-1 . :.!' ' ,. .'M 2'40 !
,". , .j-i i ' 2 80- r:
,-, .,..;!.. ..;.'! - 4.00 "
Exta I(tDticBNT.-un receipt oi vne casn,
we will forward by. Mail or ELiprisi Books ordered
rromthe following list, on the above terms,! and
rnr.Kot iXfKxBKl so now is the time for those re
siding in different ports of the country, who ace
not in the viointty of a bpekstore, to purchase
their books at greal'y reduced prices..! -. '1
List of Books wiih Booksellers prices attached:
mid im Droved i ;l '
edition, from new plates.' 1
Yonne Lady's Qifu :; . -i v
Jay s Family Prayer. : a... ..' !'').
Dodridge s Kiseanu rrogress. ,.i s, ...
Baxter's Saint's Rest. , i .''"
Robbm'S Produce: Reckoner; showing the
value of different kinds of Grain, by the'
pound or buiiel.:.,12mo. t .: ' ui ' '
The Young Man's Book. i r - -.nr. :
Chamber's Treusury of Knowledge, j '
Lamarline's Hialoiy of the Freiu h Revolu-:,
tionof 1813) wiih steel portrait, i , '
Kowlei'a Phrepoiogv; Proved, .illustratud,
-,ond Apoiicd.. .Wiih cuts. ,.. .M -f!nml.p8
Coii'iitution of Man - '
Mooie's Lalla Rooklu A beautiful edition.
;.8teet: plate.. ! -i '..:-..' !'. -? '
A Gift Book for YoungXadiei by Dr. Alcott,
With niatc. ' i ' ,' ; ' J., i '
A Gilt Book for Young Men; by Dr. Alcott,
Wjth plate. Vi!.,.; i. , : .. '
Pox's Book. of Martyrs. -i'l.M iv. '. ) :
Lives of tha WoslevS" i . '
Pil-jrim's Progress: wiih Notes and Life of
the Author With plates. .; .. . -' '1 .86
Life.ot Clirietand his Apostles; by Rev.. ' it
. John Fleetwood, D.:D..i- " i LVi
Life of Dr. J udson, the head of the Mission-'.
ary Enlerpriscj by J. Clement. 400 pp.,, !.
with Portrait. . ' 1 25
Livca of the three Mrs. Judsons; same' ss'VCS
nliove wiih th we Portraits.: 400 nn.
Life and Essays of Dr. Franklin.,, with Pot
trait. The Life of John Quincy Adams; by Wo,
H. Seward. .
The Ameiicaii Fruit Cultutist; by John J.
Headley'sWomcn"of the Bible, '
lledley's Napoleon and his Marshals.. Il
lustrated. -.' ;
The Life of Empress Josuohine, first wife
of Napoleon; by Pi C. Headley. With
steel porlrait. .
Indian CapiivilivS, or, Life in che Wigv.am;
by Samuel G. Drake. !
The Missionaiy Offevi.ig; dei'icated to Dr.
The Life of Goneral Znch?r Taylor; by H.
Montgomery . ,
Life of General Scott; by Mansfield, :
The Generals of the Lost War with Great
Britain: bv JohnS. Jenkins
12mo, neatc.oth, wiihPqr-
trails. -' . ..
Mrs. Heman's Poetical Works.
Moore's . ' ' " ' h"
Scott's - . " . : .-.- , ..!
Byron's " " .... .
Kuk White's " ,
Cowper's . "
Cook and Howitt's . , , '
Ti'pppf's " "
Wordsworth's . " .. . '.
CrippbeU.s " ". ,
Frciiioiu's F' nloiimr ; 'Expedition"
Ori-poii nii'l Cdliuirt'ii., ill ..i.':r-
he Life of Genffa.' Andiew Jackson; by
J S Jenkins. Piee1 Pod 'art
Lives i f , James Mntrou and JninesMonrae;
hv J. O. Adams. W .i !i Ponr.ulS ...,
nnny's Science of Covf .nineilt. New and .
iiuni-oved I'd ';on, tnlareed. , . ; 1 25
Oregon: lis Hisiory, Condition and. Tros-., .
hit s. KvHev. lint avus UnieS. lot nn .
lCmo. witii Portrait. . -..'. 1 25
he Pi'vcr Cup cf KparklinsDj-ops from ma
ny Fountains. Dcctiraicdto tiie 'iicntls
cf TcitipT-it'iicclnc woild over. By Miss
PoiitJ. , . 1 0j
Tit'i!' 1g AoW nnTrttiy Lftrtd 'and Sea; by'
Jauv'S ti.- fiioi w.i. 600 12mo ivies, 11-
Dean fc 'f, s oil.s. ii spfoicd edit i n 1
( n.?o ng Gi'..'VCi's T',&vcl.s Tale of a
Tub, Da. 'C ( tuC Looks, 4. o..
piror B oj.ophy, by 1m P.?iley. 600
Vouait's Fir'c.vjkii'g ..r most mp"ilant
paiisoi "You.nt pn the Horse." .' Ameri
cnn';:ed sad f i:n.i, linil, by H S Randall,
wiih CO wood and si el engravings; large
iV.no -'. . , ,' !
Uisioiv of the Wmi with Mexico; by J S
JeniW'iiW!i;ieit viit 25 steel tind : '
wood v i'h .a vie ii ' J.t: : J' u)0 1 60
Wild'St'-ncwr f a Qnatci' V & "tni Ronaxkj
aUie Advenores, , : -'. 1 60
iooie uocua 01 mtnrrn w"inen; or ex'
8mpies"i ri-uiai courage and virtue. 1
volwi.o Ppuraik ' .' '
Daring Den's 'of nrrir-an Ilorocs; b Jas.
O. UrDVinarr "3W lVTnO'pages.' Illusifa-
"Murry's Piciorial History of iho United
S.ates.1 6fX pp.6 vo.-" Numerous eiigra
rings.-.' ' " r ' '?.5.
'Byron's wmLs, in one volume, a vo.t in-
cutd'iig an? Ins suptiressen and atlribatcd
' r :':-': 1: t. :r..i '
UUL'II1, VYI.llt V Lri-M.mU tilIUVllU!fl.
Shakepcsre's Complete Works, in one roy;
ai svo. vouuiiC.,. . , ,, .,,
Rollin'a Ancieiit-HiKinpy. 2vo)umt;s. "
uyclitpepia of Use.ia ana .'.Lnleriaining
Knowlctige; ormmg a complete Library
of Fami'l inlhiianoii; &t. "Ac. ByW.
: W.,Mmray;. Esq. Embellished with 350
..Engravings. 1 vol. royal octavo.-' 6 00
'Column's European Agriculture and Rural "
Jicoaoniyc wntiouwuei-witif aixty. art
gtaviuy from wood oil ,sleei. . Slicep oi -
clofh. ' ' 5 00
Rooks,mhr1cd wlth'n star, itljus ) .are' uot
maiiaDie we. win, nowever, send uiem tree of ex
pense to uny p!a.ce irtwe U.. S.,Canod.as to
wliich we can send by Impress, exceiu Catifornia
or Oregon. Pauies ordi'trns' shou'd be Vcrv var-
ticu!Df to'give" inif fjH .n'.V.Vis, Town, Coumy
tJ Fluids cnnlic towndud .nt di'r'riili; if mailori
in presence of the Post Masters and nwulitiaaiul
dates or the sume reiaiiicd; '' - " "" . ':!
No books kept or sold by us of an Immoral ten-
uency. ,... . : - , -
.N. B.-rAirents wanted 10 jell the aVive Books:
to wnom LaauKa Uiscoi'.nth will begiven. -
au oiucrs snount ue souresseil fostfaid to
GEO. H. DERBY A CO.
Publishers, BuQuip, N. Y.
November 11, 1851. ,
OTIC'Eis hereby given that I have been
appointed Adminislor of tlie estate of Ste
phen M. Hayman, deceased, at the Sept.' term of
meigs common pleas. The creditors of the dec u
will therefore present their claims duly aulhtnti
caiea tor setueinent iu one year Irom this date.
ADAM I1AKPOLD. '
Oct. 7, 1361 n47w3pd. - -
The subscribers having beeii duty appointed by
tne court or common pieas ot "Washington coun
ty to administer upon the estate of Thomas W
wuiiams, into 01 tarn county, deceased, iieteby
give notice to all persona indelrted to said otaie
tnmaKC p-mont to mem i ana to sll ncrsons
having olinins oKaliist wid tsiato to present 'the
samo to - weni, ifgnny BUiHOiuicaipu, within on
yi;or irom uai,
"A- W.wiLLlAMs, Adrn'r,
MARY M, WILLIAMS, Adm'x,
Marietta, 0t, 28, '61-n19w!),
1 I. I It . ....
X) J. ADDISON has rtmwed hjs Partici Shop
t, to Court street, wlu;re ho may always be
found ready and willing to serve hispatrons ill the
neati st and most fashionable st yle. Fueling thanks
U lor past patronage, lie would repectrlly soli
a those who desire to have .their countenance'
SLrapui, and hair trimmed neati)',1' to give him a
call..' -. .- - ..''". ' - .
. .'.With raisor shrfrp'tnA water hot, .-'' ," !
He'll a I wi. k be found on the spot, - !
- flcady to wrve all who please to call,,.. r
' ; ' Jloth old and young, and gieataiid amallt
' Vhcn doc'l lelay, but come along . ;
And harp it done up neat and strong. ' '
iPojncroy, May i, 85 n33tf
fytrfflrrw vmrfrtimrn th t a it
BOOKS FROiU TO
n TlTTyr tfm
VA JU ll JU 1
, JOHN PROBST &. CO
; ;'. , above Naylor's runbridgi; TTr
' romcrov. Ohio; Yit
HAPjTlNG. " la"U;ly enlarged tlieir cstablishmeh
ftnd erected a steam engine in the turning
department, hare now the most complete anlfcsl
artanged aiid appoiuted i A
in tliis .ptirt'of Ohio ' AU .iinka at Furniture will
be manufactured at the lowest prices, viz:
Rosewood,' Mahbganp and Black Walriut setts,
carved, brnamental and plain, suit,able for parlors,
drawing and lied.-rooins. ' ' ''.. . ; . p
... Persons' il'esirlhg any articles in'th.e'Sl'niiture
line, from tbe'tilaintst' to the most 'elfgaiit aid
costly, aro respectfully invited to call. k 5
The following articles will be made to order:
Bureaus, Tables, Stands Bedsteads, Cupboards,
and all kinds of household furnitrjre!;al80 ''
Tete a tete sofas; - , Tete a tete divans;
Conversation Cliairsj Raceptlon.chairst
Rosewood parlor do Mahogany paxlos-chairs;
oiaca wtdiiui I iltf "I Utre sikV t-.A - do
Mahog'y rocklngdo- Piano stool 4u "."do
, Sofas in plush, hair and cloUi covers,! J
Ottomana, mahogany French bedsteads;
-Black walnut ii oo ,i ao-.i.ii-i?
t:: Marble top centre tables; , ,.i ..,ri.i,.,i ,
:.Marble top dress bureaus;: .km; ,..t
Marble top fancy stands,,;: . . , , ,,!: ',v,u
; Mahogany wardrobes, Secretaries and, ,t i
, Bookicases, worx stands, .toilet tables, &6. J
ErAll orders promptly attendedto, : , ; n
feajfecag" "CbflinS of every1 deScription'ma
rtufactured promptly to the time. 1 feb04n20tf.'
To our Friends and Customers.
WE thus ccgileflve to.mform you and thro
vour kindness our and your friendsof youi
neighborhood and elsewhere 4iot forgotting ui
enemies If any there be that we are now receive
ing direct from New Orleans and the eastern citiei
a Frcsli Stock of Groceries, which we
are now offering for sale atrdofci No tS, Front street.
Portsmouth, Ohio, and have made arrangements tc
be be supplied during the season from same places
Our stock win at all times cousisi oi veryuuiu.
in the Grocery inc.. .. : l!f..ti;-,i;
. Although in the matter of purchasing ami in nq
offering our goods for sahv we frankly confess th;
we have been and stl ar directed mainly by a
desire to promote our own interests yet it wiL
nevertheless afford us great pleasure to accommo
date our friends to the fullest . extent thnt a due
regard for their and eur Interests may seem to dic-i
tate. ; .' ' i.:.
The hackneyed and stole terms, 'cheap,' 'cheep
er than ever,"- and 'cheapest,' - we abstain, from
using, leaving to others (less modest men than bur
selvesl to derive all tne advaiilntes that an intelli
gent community may concede to this kind of boast
ing y . ; OAKES & BUSK1RK.1 i
T) io Coffee 300 Bags' saperior article just
J.li received and Tor sale at wo 8.
-OAKES & BUSKDtK.
rfcttS-In chests,' haif chests, and iquarters.
1 fresh ailicles. i For sale low by f
... , OAKES & BUSK IRK- i
C-tigaro 20 Bo:;es Fine P.incipes;
J 10 Bo'.esCanones; , . ,., ,.
, , . 15 do Hnc Ilavannat . '
' . 60.000 Ilalf SDanishi ..'.. ' . 7
. ' . 10,000 Common; on hand and for 'salelow
. i , , ,by j .. UiiRivS or, iiijii.tUK;
Inr- -Ahvavs on hand and for sale Tjv i
" , O.IKliS ot Bl,siiiv.ir.
Rye "Wliiskev--50 Carrels Old Tye, for sale
JTull AssortinnitWe p.re now rccciv!.);?
.larte additicms to orr siock of, Groceries,
examine for yourselves. ' '
OH. Molasses 20 Dpi-relstiad iO Jial'f bar
kJ, tels, for sale by ., , ,.:
rylacco CO Fine Vrji-iia Leaf; :!! e '
JL" .'1 '00 io M'ssouri do:
00 do Vir.'.i.i'ia Hvest .1 '
. . 00. do y.Q Ei iLs;
(15 dd; Hfissftrri Twelve?;;
...;'.', .: " ?0KC!rsKv;Si0Tviist; '' A
received from thcmsnufnri'i;rc?s, and for rale'low
No5. UAKISS S 1UJSM1BX
r fur. l'iM-li nnl Oul.uou Laud and
I for sa.e nl No It l.u - -
w. .jt". ' . .'totrrs & niKTEK.
GEORGE W. IIOIMEf1, it
WHOLKPAI.E r.UfiCLU. ".','."
Vo. 4, Jltaiii Si., MiUUeort, Ohio.
1"YF. STUI'F,of aU.kiuri', warranted gootli
J just received ami for snte low ly
ACKEItEt. 50 bbls. - No 1. 2, and 3
iust received and for sale low at No 4.1 .
,..:..,. . GEORCE W-UOLMES,
I'Kilt. 20 hbds. N. O. Suzar on haudand
for sale low by .. CiE9. w. HOLMES. ,.
Augnrt 5, 0309.. n43tl.
SYItUF a I'ood article; low at "'n .'
4 T my inManoe nn' aiiacbment was this'day
A issued by S. S. Paine a J UFtice of I he Pujce
of Salisbury towu.ship, Meigs cuunty, against the
property and; effects ol t,iorfe yv. Aken, a non
resident of said counir. , wai. allac,
Pomeroy, Oct. 20, '6lr:n49w5. " '
- , .,, -jfr
CIGAKH. i 20 boxes fine regalias; .- :i: .'. !
. . .. 10 do Canones; t i i '
". is uo rine iinvannn; i ... n i
..!; ''6000 Commons on hand and
for sale low by - . GEO ,W HOLM ES.
December 10, 1851. i -i ilr. '
Boxes Glassware WtuVed ao'iT for sale at
OEOBGE W HOLMlg.
A, Jew druuis just receivedb'
. . . . ufc.uiit.ii ty..uyi,aut.f
nOWDERi SHOT AiEADr-1 For sale
GEO W. HOLMES.i
I. at ii o.
IMIOIVS Ac OHAJKUJKSSOlioxesfresb
j and for sale cheap by G w HOLMES.
IBOOMSO doz. first rate articles cheap
U at No 4 ' GEOKGB W UULMES
PRIME OLD WIHSKEYr-20bbW. dii
hnnd from one to tliree years old for sale it
' , ' i . i ii
OKO W' HOLMES.''
NOTIftt IS IILREBYii VEN. that a netitiort
will be presented to the Trustees of Railnnd
township, at their session on the 20th day of Do
cemlicr. 1851. for an alteration of the toad leadi
ing from Braily's mi" to Wilkesviliei Beginning
at the east bank of Leading creek at the bridge
at Brailey's mill: thence northwesterly aronnd
the bottom land or Ansel tfrailt y; thence west
until it intersects the road at or near the grave
yard in said township. ,.,.,'
Nnvenirier II, 1351. n&i wsntii' - '"' i
' '. WANTED, immediately, for the Uiilleu
Stales service, froro.lOOto 200;ood,acti,ve,
smooth, up headed. Dragoon Hors-cs "ierr
fectly sound and free from blemishes in every re-
tiif.cl not under four nor over seven years old
bast; and not under ilitecn nor over sixteen hands
hiirh, under the standard;' of- dark colors, viz:
black, brown, hay, sorrel, ond iron grayj manes
and tales to be long, fall end flowing, and all to
be square trotters. - The officer who purchases the
Horses ran be seen at anytime during the day, by
enquiring at me' Aineiiean ziouiie, uainpons,
Ohio. .'; ' ' 1 .-'";. .'
December 2, 1861. n2w8. .1
and for sale at
April T, 8-500.
A large assortment on band
NOTiqE .S JIEEEDY GIVEN, thai petiUon
' tvltl C pr()6Cii,Lfd to Uio .Qoiranissioners-of
.nil lK cuiiiiiv, .l uit'r iccuuii ft ncn-iiiiu urAt,
anUiiig iliat pennlnpiort 1)C gtnnicfl Bcnjnmin Nel
son to inakesn B'lpi.i.jnu ip tlio direction of the
Suiite innd ri'iiiirnft' ' thiotu'lif his form in Salem
lw"sl)ip(--roirmeiiciiig eltoi'i: fifty 'rods east of
II D l.u.'nil, , 1IUI" V 111 A flulll., v.'..1 ' I'J1C1,11U1
passing a few furls south of bin hditep to intersect
thv' same road on Hie top or tjie JU4 auoiji, twenty
rotla wr8t,!)f his Ijoiine, ;'.'. , , '
" "':'-' "'" ' B. NELSON, '
Novemba 4, lBSL-fioSOwlrid1, ', ',, Y''
IV! 0T1CE IS HEKEBV GIVEN,. tliit thedulinci
J 1 her has been appointed and qualified i ad
ministrator on the esiale of Ezekiel Wonheiii liite
of Meigs county, dtcotiscd. Dated at O range, No
vemlier 3, 1851. JOSIAU SJ11TII.
November 4, 1861. nSOwlod.
ueuiv' wnf n
av precoUrM-mrm- t -r,i).,inmfiT -r..r,-'",." ...-y-A... .m. .--, , .- r-
Utfi&a Eijicdliicn EacecsiMU
that cueapbtovestore mnn BlLi.
PRALU'is bhhaiOilairiiawilhthe larg
est,, stock. .of. STOVES everbroagUfr to!
vKr.i'''.l,ii..ii w:,h - 41. k .XAl.n,
this iriatRet;' selected ' with tlie Ltealcst cdte. em-
bracing every variety bf si vie a
nd finish; witl the
CHILD'S 'OHIO PATENT,"
--i liu'i.A n v t
CELEBRATED COAL STfjVE iNTERPRlSE,
uw.i.i'lt .I7lf ii
Ail of the oest matcnals ana warranted-He also
Keeps on hand large supplies of custom msule.TIN
vv ftiu, wnicn he wiu, say tp merchanrS apd qth-;
ersj6wer. than,;IJi0iame article' cai b. boygliin'
' CTDoii't forget the, Ciikap Cm and STpvgSTOHit
uno.er,me rimeipariur tiouse. ,I(V , .. . -i
I'omerqy. jiay os.jouo n3Z.tr. -f.. ... ,
TTXliolceutle, aua.Itetail. Dealer in
' V V 'Foreign andPomestic J5'iiuits.i!luta,:and
Confectippery, t,H.,.. , ., r.r
, FRONT T.. BKIJJW THI aiUr.bO'ARSa 1IOUSS. .
would respeoWvlly, anpouooa itP ,Jis customers!
ind the public, that he' has constantly on hand
;'KQ,B!Siwuueu? u, every flfiicip in uiaiuieiJiicn
hdU'tirenaretlito warrant eouil to anv hmuel ito
this mVket ?? ,"f ue''tt0
SS.i.M.Ht',,Ti S PAvnQ
... nw ..,...IHi,.u; vii iihuu) wwuto vaiwmu
" 'Baisinrea1 tss
, GROUND NUTS,',
I'ii i filmpflMo
AI,H1U1J&, iU ...
w nrtYV.'T Mi nit 4.r.ni . i I
A A 1 ... j . . Tr.. r 11.1
wunuiu wnoiesai p ruiiery ana Mniuconery.
''Havmr R-excellent BAKERY attached he i
tepared to furnish BREAD. CAKES. CRACK-
" i ' r UD ? , .
(rfarties furnished to order:"' ' : '
The subscriber pledges himself 'to keep sucli' a
stock as cannot be surpassed in this Market.
uealers generally, and especially Merchants
from the country, are invited to call." ' ' '.','.
D-urders promptly and satisfactorily filled. ,
H'i,.j--i. t-i-. .c lii.n m ,
'1 1 .' .
lllMarB uaisaui' Ul ' HHU taerry;
The ureat Kemedy for onsumption of the Lunes.
xviieciiuus 01 vne Liver, Asmma, Bronchitis,
Pains or Weakness of the Breast or LUnirs. and
other alTections bf the Pulmonary Organs. ;
O-WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY I
it a fine herbal medicine, compdsed chiefly of Wild
untrry Dam ana tne genuine Iceland moss, (the
latter imported expressly for thjs puriioseA the
rnra yyioi i rn 1 urtu cut ni hiiri a i . inn 1
by a new cl hed :i' U(T tJ attartof
py a new ciir-micai prorcss, wiin the extract of
var inus renuenng xncwnoie compouna tne most
certain and efficacious-remedies discovered for
Consumption of the Lnnes.
Intcsestisf aoaaEsroNDSNcs. Dr. William Y.
Banks, of Xenia. Ohio, a hirhlv resnecti.l.le d.
gist in that delightful village, has informed us that
the sale of-Wistar! -Balsam of Wild Cherry is
unparalleled,,. The demand for It is so eager, thai
he can scarcely keep himself supplied with it.
He hat had in his store medicines for lung afleo-
tions. Some, of these were esteemed good, and
some gave tenipofary relief. .. .But since he has had
wismrs isaisam 01 yviiaiierry, a numiicr ot the
most serious cases wore completely cured by, its
ue. "tnever hom a memcine, " saiu me jjooior,
111 wnieu 1 nau uie enure connuence tnat 1 nave
. !... ... - ' 1. ...
1-r CutKs! Wyhehever Wistai's Balsam of Wild
Cherry is introduced. It at once attains that bitrh
rcputaiion which it 10 richly desen-es. '..What can
prevrmt its sale, when' on every hand can be wit-
ne.-ml its wonderful curcf.' The worst cases of
TRin.iiknl.lR ini'ilipiiuu'.. '-.'irt.f A'iti't
': II eretlitury ConuinptionV 1
Cured by WislarTs Britain of Wild Cherry.' The
louovungcurc ot Joronuart lsgngg; of t;onsump
tion, (five of las brothers and sisters having died
of: ConsumptionVis trnly-wbii'JciYul; .Ottjlft not
thia aiwge the afflicted to ulate use of this health
gmx; renicny, waeji..,is5jiocui cure yKetnE
toUowingi ' i 'Ut . , .i ..r -t J
Pleasant Rii;e. Hamilton Co., O- -
J. D. Pate-" lar Sit t VliC the liberty of ad -
visinir vou of -the benefit'! have dcrifcd lroin the
use Of Dr. WisUrs Kalwin.Of WtWlJCIierryi
a distresHiug cough, ond expeqoroxed a great-deal
of blood, hec tic feAer, bevere pain) in the side and
chest, cold chills, alienating with flushes of heat
and comous nuilitswiais.' .i:.h;.!i( !
I was under the care of a- -skilled 'physician,
from the time I was taken Ripfeijuntil about' six
weeks since, being then about-helpless, and my
friends eonsidoriiiBJlnv case honclessi of at least
beyond the reach of my physician skill, advised
ihe use of vvistar liaisam oi wun t;neny
Without imv., knowlodzc, . tuy father procured it,
and coiiWieiifXd using it.'. J was a He to be out and
oversee mybusiness ana lahor,.wpich istulcon.
linae to dot i I haeiUa'prrfoiiT bcSiHes if nh me
dicine, 'and now consider myself Well.'- I' make
resififcfa health. j '
orrcMpondcnec. - '
y: Jtnicrcsiins ,orreMponncnce,
) ", Important totlibsehmioted with diseases Of the
lungs and breast. WU1 miracles iievet teeaste?!
Mr i,l.,oA nf it .nUKiu..h..lih .clnrntivp
t vi A V ' " 7 .."TTs -a - --
& Bakcri SpiciiingtoWcS. Ky,
. , oriiiAUMKLiUi may ay ao" .
Messrs'. Sanfotd S. Park: I take this opportuiu-
ty of infonniug you of a most remarkable cure
of 1841 1 was attacked with a severe cold, which
seated itself upon my lungs, and for the space of
throe vearsl was confined to uiv bed. 1. tried. aU
kinds of medicines and eveti .Variety of. aid' with.
iinnpi t Aim tnna I uinftriHii a nn until thp winipr
Cherry , :niiuol ll?,l!t
Mu fr'.mAa .-...km..!..,! ina In. U A fnil-tl-;.!!
thoiiL'h 1 hud uiveu un all hortea of recovery, aud
had prepared mysoil for the. change of.another
n. o ..i- " i . - . - '
world;' Through their ' solicitation, 1 'Was inV
duced to make use of ttie genuine Wistar's Bol-
sn.n nf Wihi Chi-rrv. Tpe fTnM. wm tmiv uston-
ishing. ,, , j'r
After fivn veura nf fll fction nd suffenne.aBd
after having spent four or five hundred dollars to
no purpose, and the best and roost respectable
nhvsicians had onrved unvailnie. I was soon
restored to entire health by the blessing of Ood,
and the use of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
, May the blessings of God rest upon the propne-
tors of so valuable a medicine as Wis tar, Balsam
of Wild Cherry.:-outs, respectfully,
W . JJ..uaiU'.B.,
: The tysrtuine Wistar'a Balsam ofWild Chetry
haa a fad simile of the signature of Henry WistAr,
H.T'l). I'luladulphraj ,nd:, Snnford- & Park. : Ea-
craved wraiiper. No other can lie-Kenuiiia). i ?
Sold by J. LV PARK, (successor to Snnford t
Park,) Fourth and Walnut streets, Cincinnati,
Ohio, General Agent for the South, and West, to
whom all Orders must be. addressed, it is aluo sold
by the following nenona: :i
D. Reed, Pomcroy; G, W. Cooper & Co., Cheg,
ter; John Trnme, Coolvillc: J. Cauebart & Co.,
Point Pleasant; John Parkins, Athens; Maguet
Naret, Gallipolis; S.i Murray, Wilkesville; G. .
rnyne, rorr. , . , .,, , ,.,
January 0, 1851. nifimli, . , . ..'. .., ,
'.'- Admlninirktor'n Notice'
AT the J u ne Term of tlie court of common hleas
; ! , '.. . i - . ... '. -1 i
of Meigs con hty,' the Undersigned was appointed
- .1 . I ...:j k ............. .... . L i'w
"5. . um;?.T.V."l,.71 . r V
nuiicAcu, ui yup esuiio oi w luiaui luwauiui, mte
, ,' - :' '" ' ' . E, JONES.
M,ne5.i.,Ino36w3,0QO . u-d.i'i . 1 .
TV OT1CE. A'peiivion will be presented to tho
;TrnKtovghf Scipio towf, ship,' Meigs oounty,
on ThUrsdnyi the fld 'day of July proying
r... I , , . . .. i . i . r..,i..
mr a luwnsiiip rinu to ue lum uui uuui ino nwvi-
linn house of Henry Webster.. In. Section '25,
Towa' 7, Kange 14, to the Vnnirl' toad passing
through said section v 'HENKY Y KljS'l l'-K.
Troll SALE. The snbscr'.ber offers for sale
L his Lard Oil Factory situated in the town
Pomeroy.' For -terms apply-to Adam Berke or to
luc undersigned. . ; uaviu uhkhk,
latest ana most1 'unproved afepts.,,' Atton late me rates. Having made permanent arrangements
Tcccipts of Stovts' -allirs store we ifiritica the fol- with Ui k'amers ply'ntg e'ularly to Cincinnaii
lowing: " ."i"'.;'-.'.. '.ir-M-.f.- .r- r nnd Piitsburgh, J am prepared to.fnrwaid freights
' CELEBRATED ROTARY STOVE.' ' ' "'' " at uniform rates reeardtess of the season. Those
As. 1-710, rtcout and dangerous co ugh (and also All of a tract of02i acres, being a port of .he
those of long utandiiif.) Bronchitis 01 ConHump spuitiwcstquccier of section sevcou?cn,.ii tow 1
tion,' .in its early starres,) arc always cured by this 8 ..'it two. r?rrc tivcivn. Be .mnv at X.ib son.ii-
was prostrrilrd by thai, tcrnMo scourge Consutor- s.- ci cojub-u j);eau, answer or demur ta saiu ci ,
tion, in Mavkwt. Theatiark wasiruly honifying ii'O wire, at ip nr'.l' term t'eieaftc,r, os lo Ibf n,
to mo,- five of uiy family,- my Inothors nnd Ustci wili be taken fts tonfr.s.c(i'i a drbree p;-ycd e--
had died' of OoBwrnpiibn. I was afilictcd'wath crrdi'.ii'.y. "';' "'' ' ' J. CARTWBiCHTi' 1
11 the .wontt fcatume of Die discaset-I had I :.po tor cowp.'t. '
puiiuiiiiLu .mum uj vy u'w "imi.o properly ana enccts or (Jeurge W. Al.en, a non
B alsam of WTild herry.i-r i' Juno,,' f m i M,; , . resident of said county.
JlirithTj;year 1840 1 was taken with the inflama '?' H WILifAM VAtl.A'CE. J
tion of the bowels, which 1. labored under tor six ' juty 2,86.--n4w3 ' - " " '
weeks, when 'l rradualiy tecWcred.' ' In hh Fall -4-r- im V ' ;!! '
r P31ER0Y WHARF BOAT.
COURT HOL'SE LANDING.
HAVING newly fitted up my Wharf Boat,
jna , unproved- capacity, 1 va preparea to re
ceive and forward all kinds of roods produce..& c,
eir.her, up ox dow n the river, at the mosi easona-
wishing to ship 6H the PitrsbrtTgh and Cincinnati
P W f L" P t m rT nn nnv nf (lio em u I a Knit a nlvinit
larly-i'-Oliio-,". f'Rwbille.n or "Gov! Meigs'
can make their shipments through me at a great
advantage. '.My-ohargcs arB moderate,' and as my
tacuities lofstortrig goods are otfctfceedor by any
other. Doat on the KiVer, 1 tnv.tr business men to
wnsult their own interests by advancing mine.
l..n.1 .1 ... ,
aiiu Buvuuro uiibos ore always reauy uay
,ind night, to reoeive 0 discharge freight, ;,, ;
i .auiuiiics removing to the west can be ac
.omraodated on, ward the Wharf Boat.., . , .'.
iune I2n38 ,. . , v M ,,,.,,, J AS. MARTIN. , , :
N. U.) All letters aud froiehtahnuld lwilirppU
vd ' J., Martin, Pomcroy WJiaiif Boat, Court House
'.anding.',':, , ,i; , 4 ,. , ....r,
ILTAthena Massenger qopy tq ,the amount off)
and charge this office: i ,.-.4 1,, ,:,
RIIIELDARFER ' HOUSE, Fron
Street,' Pomeroy. ' Ohio. The sul
scriber has fitted bp a large and commodious horn .
"T9ln PUD11- His ' Comfortable at
furniture entirely hew-is' rireparetl to accomme '
m togenumberbf ,h6arders, aiid rooms can W
finn1 fnf tTirifiV ft
families 'on the most reasonabl
'. . - '.Mi ,,- ,
the long experience that he ha
V.A , u 1. : 1 .,
tirtn.'"4Hi!ltnhln l all of nil Knwrttu. r..rr.ilcAnitl
cov illttt LUC JimittL-l UUUIUS.
bodts free of 'charge. 1 A careful and attentive Po:
. CV 0 u vMiiivjvu vviuiut nuui iuc dicoii
w will . .11-tint tut "-. )kbi,,i-;
L..:..v,: " "t: :t : , ' ' "4 " "v, , ". .
Ti!'. We,.T rn
i PomeroV. Der.PVnl.PT 12. iMa l9n.fl.
GENTLEMEN'S DRES OOOI)S
vJTJie subscriber has just received and is how
opeiiestthe finest assortment of Gentlemen's Dress
Goods to be found in the citv ofPoincrov. which he
offers to sell and make up when required, into the
t ,1. , , n, , 1 , n , II L LJU, .unrUD,
ilia irfA.l. fiL. ...... . :
Black; Brown and Olive Cloths: Black. Doeskin.
rancyanu riaid Uassimeres; Block Sntm; Brown,
Dim mm oiuei'iuixeu oatincns; rwecus ana
Jeans; Plaid Cravats; Black Italian Do.iFancv
Silk Neck Ties; Black Clot h Caps, Navy do; Net
Shirts and Drawers; Suspenders, Ac. Ac.
Don't forget the place Erading's New Clothing
tepot. wi lliam uhauing.
lnhuman r. 11 v-.ltnrl,,,, u.,.7
. The inl'un,an Crettture who would suffer his
w. er half the Dartner of his honnm-tn sti,n,l h
. ,., ... a ! .1 i. . 7. ,
f.hot J ? kko H0-, tl,,s "a"Be5' W
Z.r 1"7L "Z SIZ? u.,u' u "
7tTTi E,rr51' aD0.V0 18
01 f ,eB" cracaers, canes
' , 1103,11
Notice in Chancery.
TOWN M. SEGEJST. Pbilin L. Rrprist. and
J:josohSerrist.of1liocounLvofMnson. in the
Sia.e of Vjinia. will take notice that on t
17. h dsy of November, A D 1831, .Thomas Dds.
d m li Bill-in Chancery :'n the office of the Clerk
ot the Court of Common Pitas of Meigs oountv,
Ohm, a::ainst them sruV Hu"h McCullonr.h a-id
Kooer: Lau' 1 in. Said hill slates. mnPTiir oUcr
things, i tint tiis comiljinant, T!io;nas Doaki a
Via Oclober term of said court A D 1349. obtain
fed a detreei'ainst said McCu'lough for $178 Gfi,
vp.h eos ofs'iit: that .he same rcm.iins nrr.n'ii:
andi.i:isa;dMcCullouh is in posseson of, and
has an . equi Jibie ti;!c to uie ptcmUM hcrcliiafier
desciibed, siiu.ix in saidcouaiv Df Meits. to-wl-s
cav -:ntr of tan soui'iwcst qar .xr of said; sue.
ui'n; ticnco nor ii lou lodst the .ice vo. 100
rodn.tift ice sou h 100, rods: thence cast to hea. n
.e- h a uviru. 01 aoout wx PC.cs
ou"ofthe nbh porti.icrof, be'retofc :c trs'nsfc.'.t
by'.o'd.MqCu'.'oult toF.,D. Wolf; v.i tl'.'t'th
Ja.lS'cg j uo'i't'ilie'Icr at title to' said pi? rises.'
i iq rrycr ot sai
(Iiai'the i t:'-:i of
utiaa may be so d 1
0i prrycf cf said till in, '.aaoa; o.'ic, ;!n-.,
S8'd MeOtv onrh Ji sa i ore-
1 A vl the sa d Jo. i M., Pjl'.'p L. prid Jcseih
Sesnst wrl ta ? nouco, f . . i, tuJt.leES tit"
spina w.-.a w.y u; ys iwa-.ae pc.ltcit.u
Farm for gale.
I OFFER for shlcmy Farm lying ofi'the road lcad
' infrom Oliestcr to Pnrkel. uv?,'"' in Chester
towusliip a half mile from' Alums' mill, contain
ing 90 acres. 60 Scrcf under cultivation, with two
dwelling houses and a well of good water, a eood
apple and peftch orchard, and agorjd shop suitable
nor h nincKsiunn or wngon-maaer.
'May 16, 1S81' ;n32w3pd. - R.'W. SIMS.
lloie for the Atllirird.
LI. M;HO MAY EE fct'D tTiNG WITH
a nr ran-;rrnc"tof jNa.yre Iron til. hi Mc
enry, maybe n-rcd by ikin? ihe Exd'.itt ol
? I i vC i -i 1 1- 'P'l,' IV"
t,s"" &C;t' w' oV f C3 Ivi
1'.OT sale H"' B: M.dcll
I ....... -.l:-. . i .. n ti t .
, sVi l7 ,Z' i 1 ' n"'nl i
& "if J.n Win " ?
boW. e' Wift flilll it tO b6 One Of the bSt
medicines now in use, . '
- Augusts, 0869. .. l,43w3
T my insiance aq attachment, was.vh.i day
- issued livS. S. Pa ne.a iviiire of iho.neacia
0f Salisbury towosliipi Me, : couniv, aia'iWi'lhe
IHE RATES OF TAXATION in the county
L oi aicigs, jot tue year iboi, are as iouows
For State purposes, SB cts. on the $100 valuation
ror tuuniv ue venue la "... " " -- '
For Common Schnnl lfl
Ana a special oonooi-
I THT IH KriniA nF '..' '. ' 1 ' t
For Public Building 6 " . " " .V
I.. ......r. n - ... , .
wviso ioi poau purposes a general levy omu c
on the 8100 valuation, and ia tbeTowniiii'ps o
Chester and Orange raoh 20 els., jn Olive 2 els,
Salisbury lOcts.' on the 8100 valuation.
l .. flnn ior j own ana roor purposes in neaioru iu
CS., t.Wtlana 10 CIS., balem o CIS., Salisbury B CIS.
Sc'P'o s clav, Orange 10 els., Olive 31 Lebanon
o vnesier a lis.) coiumoiao cis., ouiionuJt
ts. on the 8100 valuation.
Also, a corporation lax in the town of Pomeroy
of 34 ots. on the 100 valuation. ,
I I will attend at my office in Pomeroy, personal
ty or oyoeputy irom me atnn day oi teniemoer
until the 20ih day of December JS51, for the pur
I pose ol receiving som uxes. , ' . x
1 u. unantn, i xuusuitrui jueigs co.
Pomeroy, Sept. 15, 1851.
Itoad Tax Notice. -
The Commissioneri of Meigs county at their
March session 1361, determined that a general
levy of ten oents on the $100 valuation," be as
sessed on the taxable property of said' county
entered on the duplioftte-of 1S51.
ALSO: An additional levy of 20 cents on the
1100. valuation, by jhe Trustaetfot Cfceatrs, f 2
cent on. the V1UU, by the trustees of Olive J of
20 cents on tle f 100, by the Trustees of Orange,
and 10 cents :ou the $100 by the Trustees of
Salisbury.;, ,. , f- S. HALL1DAY Aud.1
AT MY INSTANCE an attachment was this
day issued by H. H. Bice, justice, of the
peace of Salisbury township. Meigf rouniy against
the property and effects ot Josiali jiiaioon, an ab-
ScondinV debtor. - '
qcj 1851 nofilw4
coal Trotrcrty for Sulc
fpHE SUBSCRIBER offers to sell his coal-lol
X lying adjoining the corporation line of tht
town of Pomcroy, one-half mile from the montl
of Kbi t's run. Said lot comprises about 20 acres,
of wnicb 15 acres are solid coal i Monty if tim
ber and stone. It is a good . lot for 8nK,,vvork8,
aud there is room lor tiitysRU-weiiR. i i neAtiicn'
rnml runs iliretillv tlirouarh it. The Coal lam
rit be botight forfrom 60 to H dollars pet here.
There is a good road and landing at the river, !, A
of I bargain given if application be made soon
ade soon, .r ..t
Pomeroy, Sept. 9, 1851, jilwf. .
. .-.! Dobcqsack's Worm'Sjrop.- 1
NO Medicine has ever obtained' a higher'or
mora deserved reputation than pjensack's
Worm SyniD; it is daily elTtfc'inBSi me of the mot
astonishing and wonderful cures that have ever
wen recorded in the annals of Medicine. ,- .
How important it is for the public to know that
a remedy is at hand that can be relied upon in all
cases where, worms are the primary cause of their
sufleiing.', ,.. t". , , i
This we boldly assert from ourkhowled?e of
the powerful effects p the vegetables of whir h it
is coinposexl.in aesuoying woims and from the
numtroui unsolicited testimonialswe, are daily
receiving. . ....
-; How many are' 'pining Way1 A miserable! exis
tence mnder th supposition that they are dyspep'
tio.-when worms are preyinir upon the very vitals
of life. . . " 1 ' -
As an evidence of the above Jwe-refet you -to
the teatimony of a hinhlyjrtaDoclable Physician
of Maiinahawken, New Jersey: . .n
mussiifi. tiooENSACK birs: An opportunity of
fering, 1 hasten to inform you and the nubliei for
th6iT especial benefit, of the qfficacy of your yd
getable Worm Syrup, as I am disposed to give
uicuu wut-ic n is uue. i ne case is as iouom s:
i A respectable married man'by'the Jiorne of Bar
wood, wns in.ormed by his Physician lie was la1
boring under the Dyrfyeysia, and treated accor
dingly, -but' still grew worse. Beings man' of
strict, habits of morality and temperance, , we the
people felt anxious for the restoration, bf a iisefu)
iriaii,. lie .called on me saying, I cpunot eat
eat eriough to keep me alive, while there seems
to be something in me, :gnawtrfg my; insides out;
it 8tnicknie at once that he had Wonns, when J
recommended your Worm Syrnp; the secppd.bo'r
tie was nearly exhausted when an abundant quart-,
tity.of. Worms, from 10 to fourteen inches long
was expelled from him, after which his.heal.ih re
turned; and'he is now actively employqd'irt tys
daily avocation, bcingacarperiierby trade.' Thus,
sirs, your Syrup restored to society useful mem
ber. and toafamiJya I, hid andindustiious pro
vider.. Go ahead, gen.llemcu, ministe.-iiig to suf
fering humanity, and enjoy the rich reward . in
your ov a minds.
W ith pleasure I subscribe' myself-you rsi 'ftc.',
'- : ' JOSEPH ELKINTON, M. D. '
Mcrehaats and others wishing the medioias can
obijiin it ai D. RD'aD'ug Score, Pomeroy, H. H.
Warn), MlddJeport. or by addressing the propri
etors, J N A G S Hobknsack, No. 600 St. John
street, Philadelphia. "l-' vA. i r
Ordinance in rcsai d lo ccrtuin side
wain. , -,.(.,
Sue. 1. EE IT ORDAINED bv the Tnwn
Council of the to. n of Pomeroy: , ,
i Thar i iie p oneny holders on the northerly
s'ue- ki j .oiii s. reei . in saia vowrt-oe, .and are
nereoyveqiiireato coasuucc,and l,eep in repair,
aiJe walk oa iiieno.theriy side of Ftont t.tieei,
as fo -ows. to-wit: Una side walk mav be of
wood, b.ict or some, shall be of the Blme.'g.ade
a? has b''fn fi.cd by oivinanoe for F'oiil, street.
a'd !u'l i Lejti froai .ie Oicsieroad so Caiied,
to the wmv- ' m is of i .e tow n.'' ' : ; .
Said Side Wrlksll&.l be fou. TlI. u iilp frnm Kiiiri
lfiest road to M.v Cent's '.hue: and six feet
'Is t oio sa d lane lo iho wetedv end of Sec. 2
Sec. C. IT 13 FLiRTHtR OltDAlNPD ;. I lie
Town Council of uc lawn of Pomeroy, t;i4i wid !
ue wa x. ihaii uc cornp:eica by 1 ua 1st of Noi rm
bcr ne.'.;6Ddtriat if r-ny person or pcfoni homi
ng piop::.y as meni-oaea in tiie h.st se&'inif
a.s o.rd njnref..irllnc' Vctocr: Vo loconsi ;,.ct
d Hidf wt'k by the t me rboeDontion:d, thca
a) in tlotctse, it su: 11 bo the duiy of i.iesi.:et
Com o':'ou?x ol the ward in w-i'cribi'cri ne cO
oric'rvlm.iy tate p'aco, immcdl.c:y to coive
t:ie a;c:e wal't to be made, ard leep an accoi'.it
of thee occe liicrcof, wh:ch ajioeiii s.iaU lie
collccxd bsn scticn of debs fdr the use of the
own ol Pomcroy, befo.o iho Msvor. arai.ut t
MJveral do! iiautni prcpei :y ho.dcs, and snull io
;ei hrt wi.h tue cosU be a lien upon ue lot orlots
vevpec. Wely in front of w :i'cn side walks shall be
, i . AARON MUPDOClf, Mayor. , j V
-'.! LI.W 13 S. NYE, Recorder..
Pomeroy, Oct. 1, 0S50....
An Ordlnuncc Estnblisliinr lirudci
in t lie row nor J'omei oy.
EE IT OUOAlNr.UbylhcTowneouncilofOie
Town of Pomcroy, thft the fo.'0oinf' poihts
be eilublishflU as the' trade 'of Front andCouit
Comeucing ct jpabton'p Eait line, 1 hence, to
.face ofaucet in front of V. . Morton, s oflico:
ii'icnce to tiie wotend ofJVayloi's i:iib"Ji,e;
ci'cc,.irgmea.-tCTid ofb I'-cioi ie west title ol
fen ,nc xtref.t; V icncc to '.he ccmerof Plum s.rtCi;
inc ace uapok'.tlircn (cet shove the prcrentat:
rrc of Load uifroiitoflloliing Mul oflitc; uience
io cen.er of CSic.iv n.tet: tiie ice to a i.oiiii in
fioit of PoMC.-" hoii.o. T'lcne to Rasp's .west
l! ie to a po;nt one foot above present surface of
i-rcetons.oni rc ve .j ihence to a pointer I, 'O.E,
Ivjin.rc'kC5tI at-, i br ure to neater of Flui s I'cel;
t" vce to wet line of s'.lion No. 8; fiencc to .11 a;
M may's wcs. J'iej i:.ncc vo A. Murdoch's east
1 n?j tence to uvw?--i;s westnne; ,ihf nee to
ifi f0Tt.' we t ! oc; i ,e ice to t he crossway v ocn
ict of K'.wei in fvoji'.ofN. K.N)c'shoivciiiitnce
io a io. at i ii toail o. t t ;io.toprof the thill.' i
Prom west sido o I'Euliernut street to the present
surface of sueetf tb.epiitnson'swestlinetheiicc
to trie western I nc of the corporation. .
Couet MrccT.- Fiom top of curb stone at east
coiner of Fit'iitand Courtslreets to second si r;ot
o.a po nt oa a levti ti iih tlie top of SeibJPainc's
ceilar wail, i -..v ' . i . .. o ;
. AARON Ml'RDOCK, Mayor...
LLW1S S. NYE, Record e.
COINTY AsjCTIOA CJEU.-That Cheap
Stove Store mau BILivl 'MLL, has been ap-
pointed, quali lied, and given boud, as, .Auctioneer
lor Meigs county. .. . ;
He will receive on commission and sell goods
on the lowest terms. Call at the No. 1 Stove suuo.
Pomeroy, March 27, 0085. no21lf. . .
Sale of Kcnl Eslntc by order of Coiui
On the 20th day of Decenib;r lic.-.l, A. D. 1M1,
at 11 o.clock ilillie forenoon, at tiie premises, in
Scipio town.Oiip, in Me'gs couuly Ohio, 'wil'. be
sold to tiio liijrliest bidder the following renl Es
tate, to wit : South west corner of the south east
quarte: of section No. 16, in town No. 7, and
range 14 in the Oliio compuny'a purchase in Scip
io townsh;p, in Meigs county, Ohio. Subject to
thedowerof the widow. "Appraised at $7(K). and
must sell for $168 2-3 on the following terms, io
wit : One third in hand ; onethud m six mourns;
and one third in one year, with inlercbt from day
of sale. ALFRED LEE, Adm'r
": of Elias Willisou.
October 28, 61 ii49wS; "" '
rPHE subscriber bus been unpointed and nunli-
L ed as Ad;niniMraior on Lie rsiale of Lorcnio
Dowf laic of Couipori, Mcics coun.v. ducpascrl
AH pwsons in IchUd to sa'd 'eatoie arri reqiie-.ed
to make linmtdia.e pcincnt; and tiiose1 liiniiig
cla.ois afii'nst ajaivist B'd euaie w ll presrui
tbcm to dii y aiiiheiiiiw.ed forseiilement wiiiiiu
one year from tlni daic. 1 ''
JONATHAN D. HOFF, Adm'r.
Sheffield, May 3, 1S3I.- n35w3.
nUE SLBtSCCiCER has on band and is prepa
I ' ted to sell aU kjnds of Diingies kinq or. two
horse- manufactured from the best materials, and
of thela.cst ilc3, The prices are very reasona
ble, aiidtlie woik warranied. Those wisliins to
purchase one of these indispensable articles of
conilort are invited to call.
. ,','". EENJAMIN STIVERS,
Pomeoy,' May8, 0086.
'TVIotlce is hereby triveit- that a' petition
' l will be presented th 'the' commissioners of
Meigs county, at their December sessiom 1851,
praying for an alteration of the State road that
leads lrom-AtnenatO Hampolis, where it crosses
tne land or iioratio white; in bcipio towns Dip ;
commencing at the crossing of the creek near Jo
seph Howells and ending in the Center of the
road at Seliin Day's, locating said Toad' on said
White's land so as to run parallel with the line
oetweensaia White and Jfeter AiKire. ' -
- A PETITIONER,
I Sept. 27, 1861 n47w4.:-" "
.THE subscriber has been appointed and quali
fied as Administrator on the estate of Josiah
I! ranch, lsic of Coalport, Meirs county, O.i dee'd,
All prrson fndebtcfrtttsaid estate are h;quesied
to moke iiouied'nie. payment;", and those having
claims against said esiaie wall present them duly
autlicnticaied for settlement within one year from
this flaie. ' ' j '. O. BRANCH, Adra'r.
Pomeroy, August 9, 9859. n43w3. ,. . .
10DFBEY COUDIAL, and llate-
JT. man's Drops, 6 cts pr bot. at FLEMING'S
i "I LUGE NYE lesumea the practice of the Law
tJ lie will attend tlie Uouri iu Dicigs aim uauiu,
auu me ouiet couuiius oi inv iprcsciui eiguuisu'
cuu. , i ioiitnu7uxw4pa
ItiA r"- S: 1
For tns BemoTal and Pcmanent Cart tt tB
lad of thow Compw-iti which art cnid br (a lfsn
weakened a unhealthy conditio or th
Th.it beentiful and cbnvenlent ppticellrm ol the riS
rloui powen of GALVANISM and MAGNETISM, hat We
fironounoed by dlitinxoiihed phyuciaoa, both in Europe aod
io United State, to be tha molt naluaili aHiwtmal tutn
if Out, t - 1
DR. CHRISTIE'S GALVANI0 BELT
.-'-j:- -' and ,i .,.., '
if uied with tha moat perfect and aeitaia luaetM ta all a
Btranahanink tha weakened body, aylng too to tha varioaa
organ and favigoretinf tha entire inlam. Alao la riTSL
CRAMP, PAHALYSIS and FAL8Y, DT8FEP8IA or INDI
GESTION, RHEUMATISM, ACUTE aad CHRONIC, GOUT.
Eribtrer, lumbauu, utAtntua, niityuun tab
MORS, PALPITATION OF THE HEART, APOPHXT,
NEURALGIA, FAINS la tha SIDE and CHE8T, LITER
COMPLAINT, SPINAL COMPLAINT, and CURTATVRK
of tha SPINE, HIP COMPLAINT, DISEASES of tha KIP
NEY8, DEFICIENCT OF NERVOUS and PHYSICAL
ENERGT, and all NERVOUS DISEASES, which eeaplaiato
ariaa from one aimple oauae namely, -
A JVentnganmont of tsk HanrToas rtyaalaaai -,
09-In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Drag and Madieiaaa
trjtrmt ilka iiuatt, forth ay waakao tha vital aaargiaa of Ika
already eroat rated ayatem while under tha atrangthanins;
Uia.ctving, vitalizing innuenca oi uuvaniam. aa appneo ay
Uua aeauuiui ana wonaenai aucorarr, in unanaiaa aauaai
and weakened aufferer to reatored to ibnr health, strong lav
alaaticity and vigor. ..... i .
Tha great peculiarity and excellence of ' . '
Dr. Christie's Galvanic CuratlTM,
eonalati in tha foot that they arreat and ear diaeaae by mm.
ward afflicatim, in place of the uaual mode of drugging and
phaiclung the patient, till eihauited Nature alnka hopaiaaaly
under tha infliction. :-.
They alrenglken the uhtlt tyiltat, tmulixt l atrnileUaea
tf tht Uotd, pronott tht itcrttitni, tni nntr it tht ,lil.aa
injury wider any circuatalanec. Sine their introduoUM fca
Iho Unled State, only thro year ainca, more than -' '
7 5,000 Persons 1
includioa; all agea, claaaea and condition, among whiok
a large number of ladiea, who an peculiarly aubjt to Nan
au Complaint, have bean .
' ENTIRELY AND PERMANENTLY (TORES,
when all hope of relief had bean given up, and every thtof
tlae been tried in vain !
To illuatrate the uaa of the GALVANIC BELT,npp
the caae of a peraon afflicted with that bane of ciTihiaaioa,
DYBPEFS1A. or anv other Chrsnic or Nervoua Diaarte. la.
ordinary oaaea, atimulanU are taken, which, by their tio a
the nerrea and muaclea of the atomach, anord lMn-er ro
lief, but whlcn leave tne patient in a lower atate, anal with lo
jured iaeulUea, after tha action thua excited haa caad. Now
compare tola with Ihe eat reanlting from the applicatioa of
the GALVANIC BELT .'eke a Dyapeptic auflerer, even ia
Ihe worae aymptomi of an attack, and aimply tie the Be
aronnd the body, oaing the Magnetic Fluid aa directed, aa.
a ahort period the ineenaible penpiration will act on the aoei.
live element of the Belt, thereby earning a Galvanic eircnlat
tion which will pea on to Ihe negative, and thence o
again to th poaitive, thu keeping up a eontinnoua UaWaaio
circulation throughout tha ayalem. Thua the moat aeaere)
eaaea of DYSPEPSIA are PERMANENTLY CURED. A
FEW DAYS IS OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO KRA(
CATE THE DISEASE OF YEARS.
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIM0NI11I
Of Uui moat Undowbted Character, " '
From all part oi the Country could be given, (ufflciwl '
fill every column In thia paper !
. AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
which concluaivaljr prove that
."Truth is stranger than . Fictloa,"
" . GVRIS OF ' ''
Rheumatism, Bronchitis and ' Dyspepsli.
EEV. DR. LANDIS, A CLERGYMAN ,'
of New Jeraey, of diatingulahed attalnmenta and eaalled n
putatlon h . .
SiDKir, New Jeraey, July 11, IMat
Da. A. H. CHBieTic Dear Sir : You wiih to know of bm
what haa been the result in my own case, of the appUcaH)
of THE GALVANIC BELT AND NECKLACE. My reply I
aa followa i . -
For about ftoanfy yeara I had been auflering from Dyapep
aia. Every veoi the avmptoina became worse, nor rnilii I ob
tain permanent relief from any courae of medical treatment
whatever. About femtetn year aince, In conseqi'ance mi
frequent exposure to the weather, in the diacharg of aav
pastoral duties, I became aubject to a aereT Chronic Rheta.
matiam, which lot year after year, cauaed me indescribable
anguish. Farther: in the winter of '4s aad 'A in conae
quenc of preaching great deal in rnv own and a arioao
other church in thia region, I was attacked by the Broncha
tie, which aoon became ao aevere aa to require an immediate
uapenaion of my pastoral labor My nmwtta lyt'.tm wot aa
lAot'onaAiy prMlraKd, and as my Brnnchiti became wore, w
alao did my Dvapepsia and Rheumatic ari'ection thua aria
eing thitt aheee ditqrdcr were connected with eaah otb.ee
xuugn-uiv xneaiHui ai -me aerroa lynem '-in in wnotm
pbermaenpaia then eemed lo be no remedieT agent whia
could reach and teennerate my Nerroua Sjalrmi nary
Jungthat had tried fur thia purpose had completely' railed.
At laat I waa lad by my friend to examine your intentione,
end (though with no rery sanguine hopea of their eftlcienTj
I determined: to try tne eneci 01 toe application oi uie OA
VAN1C BELT AND NECKLACE, with toe MAGNETIC
FLUID. Thia waa in June, 1B4A To iff ot laromsaa.
lacitT, in two Bare Disrama, bud oen I i aiew
Pit Iwa biublib to aiavui ht imtui iabbb;
hti I elite omitted i aiitoLi atBTioc oa) aeeeOBT f vsts
BaoncHiTia j a'd ut RHrrnTic armoTioit aa Tiaai
ciiaiD To taouau hi. eucn s uie wonaenm sua nappy rw
ult of the experiment ' .'''' 1 " '
! have recommenaea tne uti.i ana ruututo auay was
have been likewla auflering from Neuralgia afleetiea. They
iT tried them, with turrr buolts 1 iu.i itoew
: . . ... ' ... v
1 am. dear air. varv reanecirullT volar.
KOBtRT W. LAMPnt
Is tued for all complaints affecting th Throat or Head, nek
M Bronoliitla, inflammation of the Throat, Nervoua and trek
Headache. Dixilnes of th Head Neuralgia In the Fee, In
ling or Roaring in the Kara, Deatne, which ta gueraUy
Nervotu, and that diatreaaing complaint, called Tag Peleremaa
Palsy and PavalysiB. .-
All chraiciana acknowledge that thee terrible diss
are cauaed by a dtictciscy; a tffrwiu Citariy is th ajsatet
limb. . Da. CHaima'a Oalvanio Article will aapply skB
defioient power, tad a complete and entire cure la fcaa
neciea. , .....
Severe ' Deafness Cored.
Tb (ollowin ta an utract from a letter latelv lea
from dittlnuiahd phvaloian in the State of Vinrinia :
-A. n. UHBiariB, m. uiHmr air i vn oi aar patiaaa,
unknown to me, obtained your Oalvmit BiU tit Jvacale,
with the Magnetic Fluid, for a aerioua aaeotion of Dee
neea. The caae waa that of a lady who Nerve (rate
waa much disordered, and her general health poor. Meek
waa done pretkmely to the application of the Belt, bnt with
very little aucceaa, and I feel it only right to tell Ton, thai
ince ihe oommenced wearing the Belt and oaing th rlnla.
but a few week ago, ahe ha ENTIRELY RECOVERED
HER HEARING, and her leneral health it bettor Uaa bW
an- Everv cue ol Deameaa, if it be Nervetu, a n MMNlla
la, can b curad by ibia wonderful remedy. .-i .
Are found of vaat aervke in cue of Convulsion ar Flea,
8pmodic Complainta, and general Nerroua Aflectiona ef an
Heed and upper eitremitiea. Alao in Falay and yhBi, aaal
au aiaeaae cansea ny a oenciency oi power or f'
Energy In the limb or other organ of th body. '
Tic Dolorenz aad Neuralgia.
The dreadfal and ' atonhlns? eomnlainta are asawaV
wely ratiaeaa) by the application of the Qu.vmo Bblt,
Mbcilicb aiib FtuiD. The Belt dilUaa the Eteatricit
through th yatem i the Necklace ha a local elTeat, ad
Ihe fluid act aireouy upon tne anecieu nervea. in u
txemlng affliction the application NEVER. FAILS. ,
FIT8 AND CONVUL8IONS.
' Thaae alarming and terrible complaint are elvav c
by a eWettf aaaatil Ma Nervet. The Belt, Baci.nirw
Fluid will our nearly every caae, no matter Vi.'W young of
tew old the patient, or how confirmed the conii hunt Nev
Baron anal Mlonlshtng proola are in poaeeaaiou ui the) e
ttttat . . . . t; K...
ITMany hundred Certificates from all parts of
the country of the most extraordinary tjharacter
can be given, if required. - ' ' '
OT No trouble or inwnvenience attends tat
or CR.CHRLSTIE'S'GALVANIC ARTICLES, aql
they may be worn by the most feeble and dalicate,
with ycifect ease and safety. In many cases the
sensation attending their use is highly pleasant
and agreeable. They u be sent to any jiart of
The Galvanic Bell,
The Galvanic Necklane, '
The Galvanic Draceleta, ! '
The Mnimetie Fluid. "'
:Two Dollars, j ,
' One Dollar fcV
une ivouar,.,- r-1
The articles are accoinpnnied riy lull ami plain
directions. Pamphlet with full partioulajs im
bo had of the authorized Ageftt. -... ,'...:
O Particular Caution. llo ware of CoilUt
feits and Worthless Imilations. " "
JTD. C. MOKKHEAD, M. D., General Acert
for the United Stmes, 132 liron-lwny Neiv YPik.
tTi. P. FLEMING and D. RliED, 'authofiicd
Aeents forMeiuscoiintv. ' ' aolflyltl
1 il olassctj 400 bbls new, crop, on handaatl
1 I . for caln ol Nn C... "" ' ' '
OAKIrJ & UUbKlItk-
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