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Incidents of the Burning of the Griffith.
We .collect the following -
fW,m the Sandusky Mirror of the
Among the saved was a Gar
ttan chili, a child of some of the
emigrants, only about three years
. and our mtormant supposes the
skiff picked him up od some float.
The mlant has no father, mother,
brother,' Vister, friend' or acqaain
tance, or any person that knows
who he is or from whence he came,
amon? tha saved.
. D. M. Reed, of Bellefontain,
took off his coat and boots, dropped
himself from the bow of the Unffith
just as she struck the sand bar, and
wam to the shore, near half a mile,
hfnr havinff swam ten feet
in h. i;r. and not knowing that he
winabla of swimming one rod
Ho thought to himself that if others
n,AA i;m. there was no reason
why he could not. He made the ef
fort and succeeded beyond his expec
tations.. This incident shows what
nnnlness and decision will do tor
man t such a time. Mr. Reed lost
$112 from his vest pocket, and had
the good fortune to have it picked
in flnntincr near the shore. -
C. F. Hollr, of Savanna, Mis
souri, id swimming ashore, lost a
belt containing all his money, 2,
300, twice, and recovered it again.
T-fwirnr it the third time, he was so
much exhausted that he concluded
in let it od. and content himself
with saving his life. As good luck
would have it, a man immediately
behind h!m, picked it up and brought
h safely to the shore. He offered
the man $300 which was declined;
$100, however, was accepted the
finder having been left by the acci
dent entirely destitute.
A man bv the name or bamu
Cooper, who, from his appearance,
we should call a Scotchman, just
from SCOtia, had in his care a young
woman named Mary Murray, and
e3rl about 12 years old. YYhen
he awoke and got dressed, after the
-alarm, the girl was missing, and by
diligent search he was unable to find
her. After the boat struck, and all
hope of remaining on board was over,
he took off his thick coat ana put on
a linen one, threw Miss Murray
overboard, and jumped in after her,
and swam with her to a float suffi
cient lo suDDort her. at a distance
irom the burning boat far enough to
be out of danger from the fire, and
than ctarteA fnr ahnrfl himself, con
fident the young lady would be safe
till a small boat could come out
Reflecting that he had lost his hat
when he jumped overboard, and
that he was liable to the headache
r i j a i u :.
ii no remamea la uio bum nuuuui n,
he deliberately swam back to the
burning boat, found his hat, (a white
round crowned wool one,) and then
swam ashore. Very soon after he
reached the shore, Mr. Stebbins ar
rived with his first skiff load contain
ing Miss Murray.
' Seven Americans Murdered by
Indians. San Francisco, May 15A.
A party of men attached to the Pa
cific Smith Mining Association, were
taken prisone by a band of Apache
Indians, somewhere in the vicinity
of Coreaties, a small Mexican
town many miles from this. The
patty numbered about thirty, and
was surrounded by about four
hundred warriors, who stripped
them of every thing.
Seven of the party were put lo
death, first being stripped naked, in-
suited, and mutuaiea in me mosi
horrible manner. Those killed were
Mr. VV. H. Benjamin, of Prince
ton, N. J., a member of the Per
cifer Smith Mining Company; Cari
Ferguson, of Kentucky, a member
of a Tennessee company; Norman
Jarvis. a voune lawyer, son of
Judge Jarvis, of Northern Port, New
York, and four others. Mr. Benja
min has left a wife and two chil
"Don't lay in that postu.e, dear,"
&2 Mrs. Partington to her nephew,
who was stretched upon a sofa with
his heels a foot or more higher than
his head- "Don't lay so; rise and
put this pillow under you. I knew
a young man who once had a sug
gestion of the brain in consequence
of lying so his brains all run down
into his head!" And with this ad
monition, she left him to nap in the
little sitting room.
WIOLA, Wis., Jan. 16, 1849.
Mr. H. 6. Faikell: We have teen jour
Xipiment tatted, and an convinced of its
food qualities ; we are telling a great deal, and
H gives universal eetisfaction; ii hat cured
a bad eats of erysipelas here, and it highly ex
tolled aa a remedy for both man and heart.
SAXTON & ELSWORTH.
' Beware of a tpnriout preparation ealled W.
B. FarretTt Arabian Liniment, a bate coun
terfeit, which hat jottmadeitt appearance.
June 27, 1850.
niP.n On Friday. 28th ult, Mr,
Johh Richasdson, in the 63d. year of
TV. ilatoeCAil rind rAftiffofl in this
county for a number of years, and was
an. honest, upngai, useiui man. no
did not believe in the pomp and show
which characterize many, but was a
plain, quiet citizen, good neighbor, kind
husband, and a deyoted servant of God.
He ww a member of tba M. i. church
for upwards of twenty years, and bis
demise will be felt by many warm friends
ment of the Cincinnati market, by tele
graph, owing to the line being out of re
pair below Maysville." '
T CirWe were unable to ret a state
JULY 3, 1850.
Flour f5 60. , .
Wheat ranges from 60 to 90 cents,
according to quality.
Oats 33c. .
Corn 45 to Bo cents' '
. Corn Meal 60c. . '
Flaxseed 75c " "". ' "
Salt, by the barrel, 32e. ;
Sugar 6c. Molasses 33. Coffee 1
to lr cents. .
, Bags from 3 to 3lc, cash.
as. S. , Howe's
IN QUART BOTTLES.
I AS no parallel u permanently curing.
J.a. and eradicating from the intent au
Erytiielas, Pimples, Blotch, Boils, Tetter,
Ringworm, Scald-bead, Female weaknesses.
Chronic Sore Eyes, cce.
Kead the following certificate, altbongb no
One amongst Hcxdkeds or bam soar.
Da. Howe Dear Sir: Allow me to say a
lew words in reference to your preparation of
Shaker Sarsaparilla. I bare for the last two
years been afflicted with sore eyes . I had
tried every preparation of the to-called Sarsa
parilla, without the least effect whatever, on-
. . .. . r Ii. . T" mW
til 1 was advisea oy a ineno 11 trj ur. iiowe i
preparation.- He said be bad examined your
recipe, and knew for a certainty that you use
Honduras Sarsaparilla. Having confidence in
mv friend, I thought I would try it. 1 have
used in all, at this time, three bottles, and you
would be astonised at the :sht. My eyes are
now nearly well; my whole system invigora
ted , and in tact I feel like another man. bo
great is the change ibr the better, that I have
no hesitation in recommending your shaker
Sarsaparilla above all others. If yoo think
proper to publish this you can do to. for I am
willing to satisfy any person of the truth of
the above. HAMILTON POTTER.
All toe above diseases originate in deficient
absorbent action, and consequent morbid con
I dition of the blood. If we only set the absor
bent vessels into active operation they will
soon eliminate the morbific matter; that is,
in plain English, they will soon purify the
blood, and cure all diseases to which its impu
rity gives rise. No medicine has ever yet
been found so certainly and effectually to pro
mote this object at the Shaker Sarsaperilla, at
now prepared by Dr. J. D, Howe, of Cincinna
ti, Ohio. Tar it. Price 1 dollar per bottle,
or 6 bottles for 5 dollars.
For tale by all the principal Druggists, and
by the proprietors.
DR. S D. HOWE Sc. CO.,
No. 1 College Hall, Walnut street, 2 doqrs
above 4th, Cincinnati, Ohio.
To whom a 0 orders must be addressed.
MAGUET & NAKET.
Agents, Gallipolis, O.
May 23, 1850.-lyehm -
The subscriber has just
received and is now open
ing in Gallipolis, one door
above Mr. Hoy's Hotel, and next door
below Langley's Store, a large and
complete stock of
Soots and Shoes,
consisting of all kinds suitable for ser
vice or ornament, which he oners lor
sale on the most accommodating terms.
Terms cash, and Shoes as cheap as
can be bought in the West.
Gallipolis, July 4th, 1850. 3m
- THE WORLD IS CHAXGIXG.
NOTICE is hereby given- that the
firm of Hallioats & Waddell
was, on the first day of July, 1850. (by
the addition of a Partner ) changed to
the firm of Hallidats, Waddell & Co.
The change in said company makes it
highly necessary that the business of
Hallidays & VVaddell should be settled
as soon as possible.
The business of the old firm will be
settled by I. R. Calohan, of Gallipolis,
and Wm. S. Mason, of Porter.
Thankful lor the liberal patronage of
our fellow citizens, the new firm hope
to merit a continuance, yea an increase
of the same.
HALLIDATS & WADDELL.
July 4, 1850.-tf .
t'fcarlealm aaial Cincinnati Packet. "
. TV, WM. PHIT.T.IP?-
JlCapL Newtoit, having ex
cellent accommodations, is
now running as a packet between Kan
awha Salines and Cincinnati. She will
leave Cincinnati every Tuesday, and
Charleston every Friday, passing Galli-1
polis every Wednesday evening up, and
Friday evening down.
Prompt and careful attention will be
given to all passengers, freight, or or
ders entrusted to the boat, as the ow
ners and officers are determined that a
spirit of real accommodation shall at
all times be displayed toward those who
may patronize the packet.
Jan. 17, 1850. tf
AT THE '
NEW STORE IN THE HOUSE
OF MR. LECLERCQ,
Lower side of the Public Square.
SHIELE, HOFFHEIMER & BROS.,
having a large store in Wheeling,
Va bave established a branch in this
town, where the citizens can be accom
modated with Goods as cheap as they
can be purchased in the West. Their
stock is new and of the finest kind,
among which are Lawns, Ginghams,
Lonen Lustre, Swiss JJe LAines, Alpa
cas, Shawls, Calicoes, bleached and
brown Muslin, Tickings, &c.
Also, the latest style Bonnets, Pari
sols, Artificials, Hosiery, Gloves, La
ces, Jewelry, &c. tJentlemens'.French
and German Broadcloths, Cassimere,
Cassinet, Summer Stuff, Vestings, Silk
Neck and Pocket Hdkfs., &c
They purchased in New York a large
quantity of Linen Table Cloths, which
they will sejl at the lowest wholesale
(r-ome one and all, we remain
here but a short time.
July, 1850. 2w
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the Poat Office at Gallipo
lis, Ohio, on the first day of July,
1850, which, if not taken out before
first day of October next, will be sent
the beneral Post-office as Dead Letters
Atkeaoa Mary F
Jraitrong Wm B
Bowen mrs Sarah
Barlow Aaron M
Baale sort Rebecca
Blake Saml and Lacy
Brown Edmund F
Bark ley Thomas
Brack er Adam . .
Bailey Elizabeth B
C - .
Ceuten Lot her
Carter Sarah .
Collins Eliza Ruth
Daniels A H
Daguerrian Artist 3 '
Duggan Patrick -Davit
Fisher John H
Horn brook Jacob
Harrington Pbeby A
Hartsook Peter 3
Humphrey Elias F
Hurop mist Sarah A
Hays miss Rowena R
Huntley Charles Q
Johnson Marthv E'ii'h Johnston miss Isabel!
King M A
Kelly John or Isaiah
Krath mrs R
Kessler Augustia 2
Lewis Joshua Legg Lydia
Lambert mist Margarate Locet Ansel
MeMaster John G S
Martin rev A A
McCUier miss Cathtr'e
Maye L D
More Wm H
Osborne John O
Peeples Wm H
Rader mr Abram
Russell Hannah E
Robinson Jonah Sc son
Reed Johnson Bell Gabriel
Strait Da vW B
Sheppard miss E A
Smith Mary A
Steinman mist A.
Sigler Charles -
Tartar Jamea A
Thomas rev Jonathan
Ward Joseph J
Williams J D
Williamson mist Cain
Williams Josiah W
Woods mrs Hellen 3
Weather J orania
Williams John 3
Williams William J
A. CUSHING, P. M.
A. CUSHING, P. M. July 1, 1850.
RECEIVED THIS WEEK
12 doz. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar;
12 do. Bull's celebrated Sarsaparilla:
13 do. H.G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment;
I box Davis' Pain Killer;
1 do. Tra.k's Magnetic Ointment;
1 qr cak Pure Old Burgundy Port Wine;
Also, 100 lbs extract of Logwood.
Also, Cincinnati White Lead, Linseed Oil,
Alcohol, Lard Oil. Ate.
. Also, 1 box Clay's Extra Chocolate .
Also, a lot of Old Dr. Jacob TownsentTs
Sarsaparilla, laid in, in quantity, for cash,
which will enable us to undersell his agent.
FLEMING Sc. CO.
June 37. 1850. 2w
. SHELLY SEA SAND SOAP.
This simple cosmetic has, for several years
past, been used by many ladies, who are re
markable tor the delicate softness and white
ness of their hands. Boudoir Hand Book.
A fresh article of the abov e received and for
sale at 5 cents per cake or 50 ctt per dozen.
Juno 27. 2w FLEMING tc CO.
THE EXECUTOR of Joseph Miller has
. this day filed In the court of Com. Pleas
of Lawrence county, Ohio, his petition against
the widow and heirs and devisees of said tes
tator, asking for the sale of certain real estate
lor the payment of debts. Elizabeth Dod
dridge is hereby notified to appear at the next
term of said court, as an application will then
be made for an order of sale,
June 27. 1830. 3w . Executor.
DR. G. IL HALE
INFORMS his old friends and patrons
that his health being restored, he
has again opened his office at his old
stand next door to A. Lcclercq. and two
doors from John Sanns' store.
Gallipolis, June 20, '50. 3m
THE undersigned hat been appointed ad
ministrator de bonis non of the estate
of Giles S. Case, late of Gallia county, Ohio,
deceased. All persons indebted to said estate
will make immediate payment to
GORHAM OAKS, Adm'r.
June 2 0,1850. 3w
LATE AND HIGHLY IMPOR
TANT FROM CUBA.
Laawllwc at Oew. Lwawa aa4 lO.OOO Ii news,
wwd ausraaarteal ttcvalaUM, wot m CaBaa,
hat la tbe war a auattaa; as
Gridleys Patent Atmospheric
THIS DASHER is on the principle
of the Atmospheric Churn, but is
much mere simple of construction, ea
sier kept clean, worked with less labor,
can be used ip common Churns, and,
withall, comes much cheaper, and ex
ceeds any thing of the kma ever yet in
vented. All that is necessary is to give
it a fair trial.
Patentee for Galli county.
May 30, 1850,
WE DAILY bear of the most Mtonisbiog
cunt being effected by that great ia4 popular
medicine, the gciuiae . ;
H. G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN
LINIMENT, : .
The greatest remedy ever discovered fer al-
most all complaints' requiring en asternal ap
plication, either in man at beatr. la tlx
short length of time it bat been introdaeed to
taa people of the United States, it has gained
a reputation nnequaled by any other anediciae
in the known world. Why it it' Tba an
swer it plain : because no medicine of the kind
hat ever been nut before the) pubiie to oeter-
ting of the rich la are li it has acquired ; and it
will continue to rain fneads a loog tt it per
forms the most extraordinary curat of variont
descriptions, after tbe doctors and aX ether
remedies had (ailed. We da not only toy that
the cenuine H. G: Farrell's Arabian Lioi
ment cam and ooes perform cures which a oifc-
er maacvu con so, but v har nets certifi
cate of what it JbfT, dnn.
Thadeus Smith, of Mudd Creek, I as well
eo. Ills, tart: -1 bad lost the use army arm
for more than a rear bv Dairy or paralysis; the
flesh bar? entirely a itbered ajray, leaving noth-
inc cut skin, muscles and Bonw. iiraaiaui
best doctors and all the remedies I conld hear
ot; but they did si good. I then commenced
tbe use of H. G. Farrell's Arabien Liniment.
and a few bottles entirely cured me, and my
arm is now as strong and fleshy at the other. It
is also first-rate for burns, sprains and bruizes,
Tbe celebrated Ddctob J at a, whose repu
tation as a benefactor tonnankind extends over
tbe whole world, reports that a lady of one of
the first families ia PbitadelDhia had been eon-
fined to net bed fourteen wears riih JUuutru.
6m, and was eured oy H. G. Farrell's Ara
bian Liniment. He alto sayt : Yoar lini
ment is gningrapidly; tend me a supply imme
diately by Leeche't fast line."
My daughter, when 6 months old, was taken
with a swelling in the tonsils, which grew lar
ger and larrer. till when 6 years old the had
great difficulty in swallowing her food. Every
night, watch was kept, fearing she wonld snob-
eate. Too best doctors attended her, but
could give no relief. I took her to the most
eminent doctors in tbe East ; they said there
was no help for ber but to outgrow it. With
a tad heart 1 returned home with ber, when
she became so much worse that the doctors had
to be called in again; they decided tba tonsils
must be cut off, at the only meant of giving
relief. My wife would not consent to this,
and she determined to tiy your liniment.
which rare relief the very Jutt applicatien, and
bv a continued use she entirely recovered.
She is now 10 years old. and fleshy and healthy
as could be desired. Tour liniment it also
the best in use for Drains, bruizes, eutt. burns.
headache. Vc: and it will remcve the most
severe nain in a few minutes. It also eured
caked udder in my cow in a few days.
Peoria. March 20, 1819.
Mr. H.-G. Farrell : Your Arabian Liniment
is tbe greatest medicine for horse flesh in the
world. I bad a mare about to foal, when the
became so he!plest that she could not rise from
the ground : she was in thia way for several
days, when with seven others I succeeded in
raising her up, which was the only way it could
be done, when I commenced the use of your
excellent liniment, rubbed in welt over the
loins, and astonishing as it may appear, before
1 used up a bottle of tbe dollar size, the was
able to get up and walk herself. I would not
have given ten dollars for ber before, and mane
advised me to shoot Iwr to pat ber out of mise
ry ; she i now one of my best mares. I sup
pose it was a strain in tbe loins.
o. w. nun i
"Peoria, ins . Julv 3, 1949.
LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS!
As they are in eircu'ation. The true and on
ly genuine II G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment
alfavs reads with the II . bis initials, before
Farrell's, tbue, "H. G. Farrell's Arabian Lini
naent." and his signature is also on the label
of the bott!e, and these words are blown in (he
class bottle, "II. t. Farrell's Arabian Lini
ment, reora." Vo not touch any other, and
look well berore you purchase, or you will get
Manufactured oklt by H. G. FatreUfsole
inventor and proprietor, and wholesale Drug
gist, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to
whom all communications) mnst be addressed
For sale by MAGUET &. NARET, Gallipo-
Its; G. W. Cooper 6c IO.. Chester; Kalston &
Stivers, Pomeroy, and regularly authorized
agents all over the United States.
(trall and get a r arner uook, free of
Beware of a spuriout preparation called W.
B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, a base coun
terfeit which has just made its appearance.
June J I, IM.Jm
THE L0X LVSLRAXCE COMPANY.
Fire, Blarlae mui Life Insaraace.
Capital Stock, 200,000.
Office on Water street, in Wise's brick
row, Vmcennes, lnd.
This company, baring been dnly or
ganized, and tea per cent, paid in on the
capital stock subscribeo,- and the bal
ance secured by mortgage on Real Es
tate and by personal guarantee, am row
prepared to effect insurance against loss
or damage by fire, on Building, Mer
chandize, Machinery, Manufactories, and
all descriptions of property; also, Mer
chandize and Produce in the coarse of
inland transportation , the risks of the
eeae,&c; also, tbe Halls of Steamboats,
and other veetels, and upon the Lives of
individuals going to California. Tbe
rates of premium will be as low as those
of any other acsposisniLc Company.
All Losses liberally, adjusted and
promptly paid. The stock of this Com
pany is held entirely in ths West, and
controlled by western men, and in no
way connected with New York.
Hon. R. N. Carnan, Yincennes;
W. J.Heberd. do;
Jno. W. Maddox, do;
Jacob Pea , do;
Samnel Wise, do; ,
Peter P. Bailey Fort Wayne;
Thomas T. Renbridge, Lafayette;
Walter W. Early. Terre-Hsnte;
Henry D. All is, Evanevillej
Simon Boltorff, Jcffersonville;
William Hoghes, do;
Levi Sparks, . do;
James Keigwin, do.
Hon. R. N. CAHNAN, Piee't.
SIMON BOTTORFF. V. Prt.
C. M. Alls. Secretary.
W. J. Hmu, Treasurer.
Short Life and California risks taken
at this agency at extra rale.
. . JOHN HOY. Agent,
May 1 6, 50 25 Gallipolis, O.
flew Orlesuas auaat Ohta Telegraph Use.
Orrics ok CoaTMKBCfAi Row, Galli roLn, 6.
DISPATCHES can be sent from this
office to all the principal cities and
towns in the United States and British
The tariff from Gallipolis to Cincin
nati is 30 cents for first ten words, and
2 cents for each added word. - To
Maysville 85 cents, 2 do.; Portraouth
20c, 2 do.; Pomeroy 15, 2; Marietta
20, 2; Louisville 40, 3; Wheeling 30.
2; Pittsburgh 30, 2; New York 100, 8.
No charge for address or signature,
i Gajlipolis, Jane 20,"50. 3w,
RECEIVED from Philadelphia, by WILLIAM C. MILLEX, (corner oppo
site Charles Creuzet'a old stand.) a general assortment of
Fancy and Sidple Goods t suitable for the season,
Which, having been carefully selected, ar equal in Style and QualUj to any la
the market, and are offered for sale on the moet Accomnoda'ing Terms.
The public are respectfully requested to call and examine for themselTes.with
this assurance, that erery article will prove as represented. Among the stock
will be found,
Super French, Eng!isand Domes ie Cloths,
Caatioieres, Cashmarttt and Tweeds; Satti
aetts; Kj. Jeans and Flannels: Super heavy
Tickings: heavy brown Muslins: fine bleach
ed and onbleaehed Muslins; brown and blra'd
Drillings, Shirtinc, Anton . and furnitura
Cheeks; brown and bleached eoat Linest; doe
Irish Uinens and Linen Drillings.; fine Bird
Era Russia Diaper Linens, Linea Towellinr
and Crash, brown and Damask Lines Table
Cloths, Linen Cambric and Silk Pocket Hand
kerchiefs, silk dresa bdkfs and points, fine blk
and fancy silk Cravats, super Madrasa and
gingham Cravats, yellow Nankeens, green and
blue Bareges, blue, orange, pink and green
Gingham, new style drees G in r hams and
Lawns, Hoyles" super 4-4 Chints Prints, lino
worsted and Linen Bareges, super ilack gloary
dress Silk, silk Lsees and Frinres. embroider-
ed swim Muslins,
plain, barred and strined
Swiss Muslins. Victoria Lawns, book and In
dia mull Muslin, plain, barred and striued
BoirnETs. Fine assortment Ladies'
Bonnets, and Bonnet Trimmings.
Heal quality of 7a i lore- rrimminft, A
wars. Glassware, Dro?t and Dye-Staffs,
horn, Far, Silk and Wool Hats; Cloth,
nattinjr. Iron, Kails, (groceries, Liquors,
Gallipolis, April 4. 1650 tf
Jaconets, blade, white, bine and pink Crapes,
silk oil Cloths, grata Cloths, lace Collars, linea
Laces, Edgings and Inserting, cap Nats, Ar
tificial Flowers. Mack, purple, green and fancy
Piiuts, plain black and fancy Mousde Laines,
plain black and fancy eol'd Atpareaa, Kjeea
and orange eol'd Mosquito bars, Cotton Frin
ges; Suspender, beat quality Ladies black
and eol'd Kid Glcves, bast quality silk and
Lisle Thread, gentlemens kid. eottoa and
silk Glove, wonted and cotton Hosiery, mens
and ooyt Linea and cation summer wear,
black satin and Cashmera Vesting, Gingham
and cotton Umbrellas, black and eol'd Cam.
Shawls. Fine white and orange colored
Crape Shawls, black and mode Cashmere, (silk
firinca, Mack and mode Votis de Laina.
Blue, rreen and faney Window Papers, wall
Paper, etc. Carpeting and Oil Cloth. Carpet
Bags and Satchels. Mens1 tdper Moleskin
and Beaver Hats.
Gimp. Florence Braid, and Rica Straw
general assortment of Hardware. Queens-
Boots, Shoes tnd Slippers, Palm-Leaf. Leg
Velvet and Glased Caps; Cotton Yarns,
rbyalclassa, Faraaera, SIcehsuaiea,
THAT we have made arrangements
with an Eastern Importer of Drogs
to receive fresh toppliet of the latsst im
portations. This arrangement will ena
ble us to obtain goods at an exceedingly
low price, and of pore articles, as they
will not pass through the hands of dea
lers after they .are inspected, and there
will be no opportunity afforded for adul
terating tliem. We an now in receipt of
Drcos. Forwarded from the latest
importations, comprising every article
usually kept in this market, together with
those new and finer prepatations in which
the East rn physicians have had the mo
nopoly, such as Citrate of Iron and Qui
nine, Glycerin, Collodion, Chloroform.
Letheon, genuine white Cod Liver Oil,
Monetia, pure ZJattertea London Calomel,
Iodide of Iron, Iodide of Mercury, white
chrystalited Nitrate of Silver, pore old
Port and Madeira Wine in bottles; all of
which we have tested, ajid will warrant.
It has been car aim to anticipate every
demand of the physician, and at the same
time lo select such articles as would prove
reliable in the hands of tbe practitioner,
saving him the disgrace of being duped
into the administration of inefficient rem
edies, and ourtelves the mortification of
having obstructed the efforts of science
to relies human suffering.
All our preparations, Tinctures, &e.,
&C are made according to tbe recom
mendation of the U. S, Pharmaropcea,
and are for sa'e in a legitimate way, as
we keep no wagon to asnd out lo huckster
off deficient "preparations.
Paists of ever variety, Paint Brash
es, cc., 4-e.
rfVr. Fine brown Tanners Oil, Lin
seed. Sperm, Lard, Olive, Eastern Cas
tor Oil, and every variety ot Essential,
distilled snd volatile Oils,
Dye Stpstb. Logwood, Camwood,
JSrazil wood, Fustic, Nicaraugua, Mad.
dor. Red Sander, Annetto, Cochineal,
Coppers?, Indigo, Oil Yitriol, Blue Stone.
Perfumery. Rouesell Triple Ex
tract of Cologne, Pomade Divine, Eau
Luatrale, Extracts, C!4 Cresm.Ox 3Iar
row and Hazel Not Oil, 4e., 4c.
Soars. Ronssell's Saponaceous com'
pound, Nymph, Amandine, Sivon super
fine, pore Palm, brown indsor, Walnut
Oil Military Sjtp, white and variegated
CosxETfQDE. 1 1 a 1 ian Tincture of
Pearls, a cheap and admirable beautifier
of the skin.
Vimi rcES. Sellers', McLean's,
Fahnestock's,Loadon,s, and Hobensack's.
Glassware. Every variety of Physi
cians furnishing Glassware.
All the above articles for sale whole
sale and retail, exceedingly low for cash.
Dealers will find it to their advantage to
call, as they shall be suited. Be sore you
send to the right plico, and order a bill
to be sent with the articles, if you send,
so that there may be no mistake.
May 13 2m FLEMINGS & CO.
Latest and Highly Important
ItVOOO euieka mt CaaWly, with 13,000
Bausb shell Klaaea, awaler Gra. Watwage
caha, bat lahea LI tehea felt's Caraer.
NEW CANDY FACTORY.
THE undersigned has established
himself at Litchenfelt's corner, op
posite the court house, a f-enfectionery.
and keeps at all times on hand a large
assortment of Clarified Candy, Kisses,
&c. Country merchants and dealers
in Candy would do well to call and see
his assortment before they make their
purchases elsewhere. - He makes to or
der in the shortest time the finest and
neatest Cakes for parties, weddings, ice
Wis principles are, to make his Candy
and Cakes good to the satisfaction of
nis customers, for cash, as cbeap as in
any city in the West.
C. V. LAIBLIN.
June 20, 1850. 3m
DB. J. SAMS,
rvFFERS his professional services to
J the citizens of Lrallipolis and sur
Office in the brick building betteeen A
Leclercq's and J. Sanns' Store.
June 6, 1850.
HAVING had .very favorable know
ledge of Vaughn's celebrated Li
thontriptic Mixture, we have at length
succeeded In obtaining a supply from
the inventor. The run for the Medicine
has been so great that ihe inventor finds
impossible, as yet, to supply the de
mand, our order having boon flayed on
that Kcrnnnt anveral months. lr !
t ill r ba without it, See
advertisement. . .
Feb. 8, 1SS0.
Hsbeawaclt'a Warms Mvrap.
NO MEDICINE has ever obtained a
higher or more deserved reputa
tion than Hobensacx's WoitJf Sraop;
it is daily effecting some of the most
astonishing and wonderful cures that
bave ever been recorded in the annals
We would that the public should
know that a remedy is at hand that can
be relied upon in the most extreme ca
ses where worms are the primary cause
of their suffering. And those that are
pining away a miserable existence, un
der the supposition that they are dys
peptic, when Worms are actually prey
ing upon the very vitals of their life,
should use Hobensack Worm Syrup
ere it is too late.
Evidence certifying to the wonderfu'
efficacy of Hobensack's Worm Syrup
in expelling worms, and a Mother's
grief changed to joy by its vset
This is to certify, that two or three
weeks piat, two of my children were at
tacked with worms. I used every reme
dy I knew, but without effect, they yet
growing worse, ontil the disease assumed
an alarmingly fatal character, that 1 and
all who saw tbem, fell assured that death
must soon close the scene, if relief was
not soon obtained. One of them presen
ted a fearful picture of suffering; she was
literally alive with worms, her counte
nance had a puna. oeatn-iiKe nue, ner
breath extremely offensive, her frame
wnre down to a mere skeleton, and all the
symptoms attendant upon worms nf a
highly aggravated slate. To such a fear
ful extent did the disease arrive, that she
passed worms from her nose, followed by
copious bleeding. At ibis time I obtained
a bottle of your Worm Syrup, and gave
it with but little hope, but wonderful to
ay, alter a tew doses, a great cnangs
was perceptible, and in a few days to my
great joy and wonder, the two children
paaeed a large wash basin full of worms.
Since that time tliey rapidly recovered,
and are now perfectly cured.
Oxford St., bet. Front and Second, Phils.
We have many more certificates in uor
possession, equally surprising at the shove.
that we might place before the public, but
we deem this sufficient to satisfy all tint
it is the oniy known remedy that can be
J. N. tf G. S. HOBENSACK,
Pole proprietors. St. John St., Phil's.
For sale wholesale and retail by
FLEMING &CO.. sole agents for Gal
lia County; and by Reed, Pomeroy;
and I'. R. Wilson, Middleport, and of
all the principal Drug btoies in the
May 2. 1 850. 3m
IXSCRRECTM IX CUBA SUCCESS
The aid aad dilapidated Osveraawatartr.
thrwwa, aad atrecreeelve Deaaaeracr art
aaaphaat!! TTAVING again assumed the prerog-
I I ative of Commander-in-chief ofl
that well known, long established, and
unritalltd establishment, known in
days of yore as
Baxter's Grocery and Bakery,
and having provided (for the special
benefit of my friends.) every thing
which is good to eat or drink, I am now
To furnish bread and cakes as cheap.
From single items, to a heap,
As any man who ever sold
For produce, paper, or even gold;
Coffee, in great abundance too.
From pound to hundred, all for you; -And
tea, which judges do declare
Not only good but eery rare
As for Tobacco, Chocolate, Eice,
You need not stop to ask the price;
Bacon, Beef, Cheese and Crackers good
always have, and others should;
And as for Candies, come and taste,
You need not fear a little haste.
Twill do you good to see my shop, -Should
you do nothing else than stop.
Come, take a glass ot Cogniac,
French Brandy, Wine, or something
Or even Wiisiey.if you choose,
But ask the printer for the news.
Come on, my friends, though I'm not
I'm just as good, yours,
Way 30,1 850. 3m
. THEESHING MACHINES.
TUST received and for sale by the
subscriber three superior foUr-horse
Threshing Machines, frotn the factory
of Sherod & Price. For term en-
---Uohn Sanns' store.
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE W3T
T00 have Iras been under the debilitirtinr 1
I influence of a sickly climate. With a
fruitful soU aad a xt nraraet far its products,
vo kav been prevented from securing that
ladvpendeaee which tbe result of your lalnrj
wU have produced, by tba rieatfly atm- '
pbvt yna bra a to prernant with the ! .'
''which atseamvoeing vegetation eaadt forth. :
revar ana Arte, Bllioas Diseases of '.
-"- variaas kinds,
Are deny lekin, you from yout Gelds and
yur workshops, aad ib support of yout fam- '
Heertnderes Bare and more preea,;us; tbe
iBdependenca and ease which your health '
ttiU fortbee front ynur reach. K.v,
Aiue, Billions Fevara.and tbe whals train ot
Will produce is destroying yonr healtad.
populating yanr towue and relardict tba -
growth of your country. W ill yon aseapt the
tK. VATCBS a
is offered yoo at a certain, speedy. never-ftiU
mg and cheep remedy. In all bilious dis
eases this article it without aa equal.
In Fever aad Ague it sttocj higher thin
any ertKla ever offered as a medicine for
PLEASE TO MASK THIS!
No deleterious article forms any part of
this mixture nothing which will leave the
system sluttish, torpid or inactive -but, on.
ths contrary, a new life is infused into tba
The basis of all Fever and Ague Medi
cines before ths world, with the exception of
tnn article, is ual-Nnel and kiutmne. lata
this medicine, and leave all others, if voa
would avoid the reurcuriat result. -
ilea aad raaaiderl
20 LONG YEARS SUFFERING.
WttosroaT. Caynga Co., N. Y.
Dr. G. C. Vaughn: "It is a pleasure to ma
to manifest to yon tba gratitude feel, for
having, through the use of your"Lith3ntrip-
tie Mixture, . oeen restored Aa perfect
health, and I am obliged to say that it ia
with extreme reluctance that I allow my
name to go out to the world under these cir
cumstances. Duty to the afflicted, gratituda
to the great author of all good, and as a tes
timony of my belief in the power of your
medicine, fir, prompts me to send this, with
my permission to publish it. Wh;n I was
seven years old, 1 wat taken with the King's
Evil, as it was called, or Scrofula. It fint ap
peared in therlands of the thraat, and increas
ed for some years. At times it would strike to
my stomach, then to my feet, hands, and arms,
and break out in obstinate ulcers. Often it
struck inwardly, and attach periods I presen
ted the appearance nf a consumptive in tba
last stages and have been to pronounced by
"For twenty long and distressing yesrt I
suffered with thit disease, 6rst ii one frm
and then ia another. At last after changing
itt location many times, this dreadful com
plaint seated itself in my leg near the anklo
and became a foul running ule -r. The flesi
became corruptfell nff the bones eame out
small pieces, and 1 wat in body and
mind aa miserable an object as this world
aver held. At this period, less than two
years ago, I heard of your great American
Remedy, as a curs in all kinds of diseases.
and especially as a cure for cancer, which I
heard it had been used for many cases with
perfect satisfaction my disease somewhat
resembling a cancer, as I thought, induced
me to try it, and my bubnd bought in all
five large and one small bottle. I need hard
ly add that ths effect was immediate, 1 am
1 need aay no more, thoie who doubt Ibis
statement, if anv there be, will p!eae in
q nre regar ing it, of any citizen of this vil-
laee. and my butband will add bis testimony
Ml am trulv yours,
"I.L'CY fi. 1TE3."
"The above letter to Dr. G. C. Vaughn I
I bave read. I can only add my name to thia
as certifying to the cure as great a curs as
medicine ever performed ; and it may ba
necessary to say that it vat made at a peri
od when the system does not poass tbe pow
ers of reaction which would be found ia 4
younger person, my wife being 51 venrsold.
near the Preacher!
Tbe Rev. E. A . Beach, Pastor of the first
Presbyterian Church, Homer, Licking Co. O.,
writes under date of May 5,'47, thatG. B.
M. ot Homer, has suffered fur years from con
stipation nf the bowels, been for eighteen
months e-D fined to his bed, suffered most
excruciating pain, from strictures in tbe in
testines, has bad not only the advice of tba
best medical men in the country, but his ease
was reported to tbe Medical Convention of
the State of Ohio, discussed for two hours, a
committee appointed to make a proscription:
it was administered without the t'.i.-htct
benefit resulting. The Rev. gentleman adds
that the Lithentriptic was tried, a good ef
fect immediately produced to the astonish
ment of every one who bad. known the case,
and the patient now under tbe effects of a
third bottle feels satisfied that a cure will ba
the result. Again has tbe Faculty of Ohio
been tatisfiel I hat Vaughn's Vegetable Li-
.thontriptic Mixture, tba Great American
Kemerly, has a virtue to them unaecountania.
Caaaplieaicdl Disease .
ViLLtnovu.Chsut. Co.. N. V - June 15, '47.
"Dr. G. C. Vaughn: Dear Sir: Some 15
yeers since, I began to feel a difficulty in the
kidneys, or 1 baa at mat period taonisrua oi
Gravel. . In a year or two a ter, namistakabla
symptoms of G avel, in its first stages, were
manifested, and the'painful disease increased
upon me every year. My sufferings now be
gan and my distress was increased by the piles,
which began to trouble me. I was at last ia
perfect misery from this disease internal and
"By these distressing complaints my health
was impaired. 1 gradually lost 0y strength,
and for some few years linger-d on in hopeless
suffering. Two years ago with the -nival and
Uw piles upon me in tbe worst form, I was tak
en with dmpsy; it came upon me gradually,
first a swelling of the limbs at night, and dis
appearing with exercise su little as I was
able to take; it then grew worse, the whole
system became filled with water, and ( was at
last incapable of locomotion,- -was con fiord to
my room, and in expectation of never leaving
it again. Through the whole tedioue fifteen
years 1 had passed, I sought the advice of tha
first medical men of tbe State. Palliatives
were given me. but I grew worse, and tbe dis
ease baffled the skill of practitioners and
their medicines. It was atthiistaze that I
first beard ot your article, the Lithontriptic I -nrocured
it : The action en the kidneys too
piles, and my system otherwise was immedi
ate. Tbe dropsy gradually left m the diffi
culty in the kidneys the gravel also left as,
and strange, also, the piles, so loog a con
stant source of distress, bealed op; and in tha
use of only three large bottles J became a weU
man. Your medicine I ifosider the greatest
production of the age. Its curative proper
ties sre astonishing, and to its solo we I am
now indebted for tbe sornd state of health I
now enjoy. I am better than I have been in
aOeTri -T.F. BINGHAM.
"1 testify to tbe above cure, having known
this ease for some years, while a medical stu
dent in that county, and I am now aware Mr. -
Binrhara is a well aan. solely by tbe use or tna
I will add that 1 nave to own niner in-
nortant curat made with tbe tame article, ana
consider it B valuable eompoend.
"A. P. PARSONS.
"Practicing Physiriaj in Cbeusauqueeoon-
For wis by KLEMIXG A Co, ante Agents .
for Gallia Co. Call and -r bottle.
March 14, 185?. '