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LAWS OF OHIO.
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notice thereof to the prosecuting at
torney of the proper county, and re
tain such lunatic in custody for such
reasonable time thereafter as may be
necessary for said attorney to cause
a capias to issue and to be served,
and no longer; and such capias may
be issued upon precipe, filed by said
attorney with the clerk of the court
of common pleas, by virtue whereof,
the said person so restored to reason,
shall be again returned to the jail of
the proper county, to answer to the,
offence alleged against him.
Sec. 50. When a person tried up
on indictment for any crime or mis
demeanor, shall be acquitted on the
sole ground that he was insane, the
fact shall be found by the jury in
their'verdict, and the prisoner shall
be dealt with as provided in the two
Sec. 51. If the prisoner is not in
needy circumstances, and the court
are satisfied from the nature of the
offence or otherwise, that it would
be unsafe to permit the prisoner to
go at large, such prisoner shall be
dealt with in the manner provided
in the twenty-eighth section of this
Skc. 52. If the prisoner is in
needy circumstances, the court and
the clerk of the court shall proceed,
and the prisoner shall be dealt with
in like manner as other insane per
sons are required to be, after inquest
had by the justices.
Sac 53. If any person after being
convicted of any crime or misde
meanor, and before tha execution
in whole or in part, of the sentence
of the court, become insane, it shall
be the duty of the Governor of the
State, to inquire into the facts, and
he may pardan such lunatic, or com
mute or suspend for the time being.
the execution, in' such manner and
for such period as he may think prop
er, and may, by his warrant to the
sherifi of the proper county, or
Warden of the Ohio Penitentiary, or
der such lunatic to be conveyed to
the asylum, and there kept until re
stored to his reason. If the sentence
of any such lunatic is suspended b7
the Governor, the sentence of the
court shall be executed upon him af
ter such period of suspension hath
expired, unless otherwise directed by
Sec. 54. When any other persons
than those a escribed in the seven
preceding sections, shall be confined
in jail, and shall be insane, they may
be proceeded against by two justi
ces, and sent to the asylum, poor
bouse, or jail, or discharged, upon
bond being given for their safe keep
ing and support, or otherwise, as in
VI. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS.
. Sec 55. Should an insane per
son elope from the asylum, and re-
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was committed, it shall be the duty
of the sheriff ot said county, upon
being notified by the superintendent,
forthwith to apprehend him and
take him back to the asylum, and
tha sheriff shall be paid by the stew
ard of the asylum, by order of the
superintendent, the same fees as is
provided in other cases for the com
mitment of insane persons to the aj
ylum. And before discharging any
patient, the superintendent of the
asylum may, in his discretion, require
a bond to be executed to the State
of Ohio, in such sum and with such
sureties as he may deem proper, for
the safekeeping of such patient; and
no patient who has committed homi
cide, shall be discharged without the
consent of the superintendent, and
the written dismission of a majority
of the board of directors. And no
person who may be under charge lor
. homicide, or for any crime or misde
meanor puuishable by confinement
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in ine penitentiary, snaii uu uuuiu-
ted into tne saia asyium wunouiau
inquisition of lunacy as above pre
scribed previously had.
Sec 56. For ail debts due the
lunatic asylum, an action may be
maintained in the name of "The Su
perintendent of the Ohio Lunatic
Asylum," and if the action is not
founded upon a sealed instrument,
it may be in assumpsit, and - the
declaration, if any is necessary,
in the common counts; and in any
hction upon any bond given lor the
support or expenses of a pay patient,
or in any other action for the sup
. port or expenses of a patient, or for
the expenses of his removal from
the institution, the account thereof,
officially certified by the superin
tendent or treasurer, shall be prima
facie evidence of the indebtedness,
and interest shall be chargeable from
the time the indebtedness accrued.
Sec. 57. Prosecuting attorneys
' shall attend to all suits instituted in
behalf of the asylum, and shall be en
titled to a condensation ot nve per
cent on all sums collected lor the
asvlum. ' . y.
- Sec 5S. The superintendent may
' era vide an official seal for the asy
lum, upon which shall be the words
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vmo juunauc Asyium, m im
pression of said seal to a certificate
the superintendent is annexed, shall
' be prima facie evidence that such
signature is the proper hand writiDg
. ol the superintendent. - -
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Sec if any ciera snau nee-
lect to pl
Aupon him by this oaJ.
moved from office in the
ner as for the neglect of any duty.
Sec 0. The board of county
commissioners may allow any sum
not exceeding hftv dollars per year,
to be paid out of the county treasui y,
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for the support ol any .aioi t luna
tic having a legal settlement in any
township of the county, and who is
not supported by the county, in the
jail or poor house.
bEC. ol. I he taxable costs and ex
penses, to be paii under the provis
ions of this set, shall be as follows:
To the justice with whom the
statement is filed, one dollar and fif
- . .
To the other justice one dollar.
To the medical witness, who shall
make out a certificate as required
by the sixteenth section of this act,
To the other witnesses and con
stable, the same fees as are allowed
by law for the like services in other
To the clerk ol the court of com
mon pleas, in the case of each luna
tic found by the inquest to be enti
tled to admission into the asylum,
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or sent to the asyium upon me
clerk's certificate, two dollars; and
the amount of postage upon all com
munications to and from the super
intendent, which said clerk is here
by required to pay. In the case of
other lunatics and of idiots, where
in he shall act, one dollar each.
To each person employed by the
clerk to commit a lunatic or idiot to
the poor house or jail, seventy-five
cents per day.
To the superintendent ol the poor
house, or jailor, for keeping any idi
ot or lunatic, thirty-seven and one
half cents per day.
To the sheriff, for taking a patient
to the asylum or removing one there
from, upon the warrant ol the clerk,
mileage, going and returning, at the
rate of ten cents per mile, and seventy-five
cents per day for the sup
port of each patient, on his way to or
from the asylum.
To each assistant allowed by the
clerk, and accompanying the sheriff,
mileage, at the rate of eight cents
per mile, for going and returning.
The computation in both instances
to be made from the county seat to
the asylum by the nearest route usu
If there be no physician employed,
for a stated time, to attend the jail or
poor house, the clerk may employ a
physician to attend an idiot or lunatic
confined therein, and the physician
so employed shall receive a com
pensation not exceeding the rate ol
two dollars per day; provided that
the county commissioners may, if
they deem it proper, increase or di
minish the same.
The cost specified in this section
shall be paid out of the county treas
ury, upon the certificate of the clerk
and the order of the county auditor.
Sec. 62. The terms insane and lu
natic, as used in this act, include ev
ery species ol insanity or mental de
rangement. The term idiot is restricted to a
person foolish from birth one sup
posed to be naturally without a
A person with a family is one who
has a wife and child, or either.
The words "needy circumstances,''
when applied to a person without a fam
ily, shall mean one whose estate, after
payment of his debts and excluding
from the estimate such part of his es
tate as is exempt from execution, is
worth less in cash than five hundred dol
lars; and the same words when applied
to a person having a family, shall mean
one whose estate, estimated as aforesaid,
is worth less in cash, after payment of
his debts and the support of bis family
for one year, than one thousand dollars:
Provided that, when the said words are
applied to a married woman, her estate,
and that of her husband, shall be esti
mated as aforesaid, aDd the amount
shall determine the question as afore
said, whether she be in needy circum
stances or not, within the meaning of
State patients are those supported in
the asylum at the expense of the State;
pay patients are those supported in the
asylum by their friends, or from the
proceeds of their own property.
Every word in this act importing the
masculine sender, shall extend and be
applied to females, as well as males;
and any word importing the singular :
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ma- -.!"PPh.e.d A n,e 01 1
thing, as well as to several persons or
Sec 63. The act entitled "an act
to provide for the safe keeping of idiots,
lunatics, or r.sanr persons, tbe man
agement of their affairs and .for other
purposes, passed March 9th, 1838, ex
cept the seventeenth section thereof,
which relates to guardians of deaf and
dumb persons, (Collated Stat. p. 567;)
the act entitled "an act to provide for
the government of the Ohio Lunatic
Asylum," passed March 13th, 1838,
(Collated Stat. p. 679;) the act to amend
the two preceding entitled acts, passed
rcoruary 18th, 1840, (Collated Stat. p.
owj) the act entitled "an act to amend
the act for the government of the Ohio
Lunatic Asylum," passed March 13th.
1843,(41 vol. Stat. p. 72;) the act to
amend the above entitled act or March
9th, 1838, passed March 12th, 1845,
(43 vol. Stat. 74;) the act entitled "an
act in relation to homicidal insanity
passed March 6thr1844. (42 vol. Stat.
36;) the act to amend the above enti
tled act of March 9th, 1838-
W such parts of said acts as relate" t
other officers of the asylum;
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the acts inconsistent with the provisions
of this act, shall not affect any act uone.
or any right, liability or estate, accru
ing or accrued, or any suit, matter, or
proceeding had, commenced or pending;
but the-'sarne shall be proceeded in, and
judicial procedure and remedies in the
premises in like manner nan, aa u iu
act had not been passed, and all guardi
ans appointed under said acts shall set
tle the estate of their wards under the
m- and. crorided also, that in no
case shall the auperintendent receive a
greater salary than is now paid to him.
Sec 64. No person shall be consid
ered an inhabitant, within the meaning
of this act, who has not resided within
this State one year next preceding the
date of his or her application; and no
person shall be entitled to the benefit of
the provisions or this act, as a oiaie
patient, except persons whose insanity
or lunacy has occurred during the time
such person may have resided In the
Sec 65. This act shall take effect
and be in force from and after the first
BENJAMIN F. LEITER.
CHARLES C CONVERS,
Speaker of the Senate.
March 19. 1850.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
are correct copies irom a cerunea
copy of the original roll, on file in
the Secretary of Male s umce.
J. W. PARKER, Auditor.
The doctrine of Homestead Ex
emption has been thoroughly can
vassed in this community is well
understood, and as a natural conse
quence, has but few friends. We
have opposed it from the start, be
cause we believe that fraud, inequali
ty and injustice are of its very es
sence. Why not go a step farther
in the work of robbery and dema-
gogueism, after it was commenced,
by fixing a maximum, and giving to
every man who does not come up to
it, as much as will make him equal
with his fellows. There would be
just about as much justice in rob
bing somebody that has too much
land and giving it to the landless, as
there is in allowing a man to defraud
his neighbor out of a sum of money
justly owing him. The "vote your-
self-a-larm'' doctrine no worse than
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l ii a i ui iiuuicaic.iu ajaciiiuuh,
which is only a new reading of the
text "give to him that hath abun
dance, and from him that hath noth
ing take away even that which he
hath." The whole thing is unwise,
absurd and unjust, and will prove a
serious injury to the very class it
was intended to benefit.
Holmes Co. Whig.
From the Zanesville Courier.
The Other Side.
Editors Courier: Gentlemen,
I have read with some interest the
articles of your correspondents on
the subject of the Homestead Ex
emption. I was sorry they were so
long, not because they were tedious,
but because their length was evi
dence of the fact that they had not
well digested the subject.
Here I believe is the whole argu
ment against the law. "A man who
has no property can have no credit
the law reduces men worth $500
to a level with men of no means at
all, that is, it deprives them of credit;
therefore rich men are benefitted at
the expense of those in moderate
Such argument is founded on a
false view of credit. Men who use
it go upon the supposition that cred
it costs nothing that there is trvst
without what an old friend of ours
calls interest. Suppose there were
no borrowers would capital be ben
efitted. If I have $5,000 to lend is
it no advantage to me to have the
borrowers increased instead of di
minished, or if I have $50,000 in
goods to sell is it to my interest that
the number of buyers should be re
duced? Nonsense, nay worse than
"Rich men have all the credit."
Fiddlesticks! What does a rich
man want with credit? Credit sup
plies the place of riches; it is a sub
stitute, it is attached to demand and
not to supply. Whenever you im-
nair it therelore vmi dprrpfiso He.
and consequently reduce the
ralue of tne supply,
But I deny that the law will in
jure credit on the contrary it wil
purify it it will base all small rred-
it transactions upon integrity and
enterprise and not upon capital. It
will therefore enhance the value of
truth and industry, for they alone
will be trusted. An honest, indus
trious man will always command as
much capital as he is capable ol
using to advantage. The unfortu
nate, under this glorious exemption
law, can never be tyranized over by
an ble lock.
. Webster gives tha following defini
tion: "Phil-o-pe-na." A small present,
made in accordance with a custom said
to have been introduced from Germany.
A person wno, in eating almonds, finds
one containing two kernels, presents
one of them to a person of the opposite
sex, and whichever, when they next
rnaart, shall first say "philopeaa," is en
titled to receive Irom the other a pre-
CAm kkaiJ.. at. i mi
ucaruig mis name, i ne expres
Sion In German la rUl lirl v
loved, pronounced somewhat Ike vMl-tp-ken.
EX EMPTIONE. Home and Friends.
BY CHARLES SWAIN.
Oh, there's a power to make each hour
as sweet as Heaven designed it,
Nor need we roam to bring it home,
Thou eh few there be who find itr.
We seek too high for things close by,
And love what nature found us;
For life hath here no charms so dear
As home and Friends around us!
We oft destroy the present joy
For future hopes and praise them;
While flowers so sweet bloom at our feet,
If we'd but stoop to raise them!
For things afar still sweeter are,
When youth's bright spell hath bound
But soon we're taught that earth was
Like home and friends around us!
The friends that speed in time of need
When Hope's last reed is shaken;
To show us still, that come what will,
We are not quite forsaken;
Though all were night, if but the light
From Friendship's altar crowned us,
'T would prove the bliss of oarth was
Our Homes and Friends around us!
"Did vou ever drink any of the
Thames water, squire!" said the clock
maker, "because it is one of the great
est nateral curiosities in the world
When 1 returned from Poland in the
hair spekelaticn, I sailed from London,
and we had the Thames water on board.
Says I to the captain, says 1, I guess
you want to pyson us, don't you, with
that nasty, dirty, horrid stuff? How can
you think o' takin aich water as that!
W hy says he, Mr. Slick, it does make
the best water in the world ye3, and
the best porter too; it farmcnts, works
off the skum, clarifies itself, and beats
all natur, and yet look at all them ere
sewers, and dye-stuffs, and factory wash
and onrncntionables, that poured into it;
it beats the bugs, don t iti
Well, squire, ourgreat country is like
that ere Thames water; it does receive
the out porings of the world homicides
and regicides, jail birds and gajley birds
poor house chaps and work-house
chaps rebels, infidels and forgers
rogues of all kinds, sorts, sizes, and de
grees; but it fur men ts, you see, and
works clear; and what a most beautiful
clear stream o' democracy it does make
don't it? Not hot enough for fog, nor
cold enough for ice, nor lime enough to
fur up the byler, nor too hard to wash
clean ,nor raw enough to chop the skin
but jist the thing, that's a fact.
Queen Victoria is thirty-one vears
of age. She was crowned Queen of
Great Britain and Ireland, June 20,
1S37, and married to Prince Albert,
February 10. 1S10. Her husband is
about three months her junior. She
is now the mother of seven children,
four daughters and three sons.
The great objection urged by the
locolocos against the tariff of 1S42
ws that it yielded too much revenue.
Their cry was that every dollar rais
ed by a tariff was thus much abstrac
ted from the pockets of the people,
yet now they laud the present tariff
principally upon the ground that it
affords more revenue than the tariff
of I a 1X5. Lou. Jour.
"An act to take the sensus of the
people," "well, I vow," said Mrs.
Partington, "if things ain't comin' to
a pretty pass; these legislatures want
to take everything away from a
body I think they might have, left
the senses alone; there's precious lit
tle of 'em to spare any how."
"RICHARD'S HIMSELF AGAIN
FTMHE fubacriber takes thu opportunity of
JL lolnrmin; mi mends and citizens gener
ally that he has renamed his former orruiwtion
of HOUSE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING and GLAZING, and hopes, by
prompt attention to business, to merit their
Odd Fellows' and Free Masons' Aprons ex
ecuted with neatness and dirpatch.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to
Paper Hanging done with neatness and dis
patch. Shop over Mr. Mathers' Tin Khop,
next door to Mr. Venier's.
J. V. BROWN.
May 2, 1350. ly
i fVIE undersigned has been appointed Art-
1 ministratcr or tne estate ol Charles
Lewis, lale of Gallia county, Ohio, deceased
All persons indebted to said estate are hereby
notified to make immediate pavment to
N. A. FISHER, Adm'r.
June 20, 1850. 3r
TTTHITE LIME. 25 bbls White
. V Lime just received, and for sale
low by BAILEY & SUMMERS.
April 25 1850. 4m
AT my instance an attachment was
this day issued by John Hoy, a
Justice ot tne feace ol Oallipolis town
ship, Gallia county, against the proper
ty and effects of Samuel Lewis, an ab
sconding debtor. Dated this 18th day
of June, A. D. 1850.
WM. H. LANGLEY.
June 20, '50. 3w
TUE AMERICAN LIVE STOCK
Charter unlimited; granted Jan. 2d, '50.
CAPITAL 50,000 DOLLARS.
For the Insurance of Horses, Mules,
Prize Bulls, Sheep and Cattle, of eve
ry description, against the combined
riks of Fire, Water, Accidents, and
uuease. Losses pard In 30 days after
prow oi ceam.
Jos. G. Bowman, John Wise,
B. Decker, m. d., Al vin W. Tracy,
Isaac Mass, Hon. A. T. Ellis,
Ceorge D. Hay," ' ) Abm. Smith,
Hon. Thomas Bishop.
JOS. G. BOWMAN, Pres't.
. B. S. Whtthet, Sec'y.
W. BtrETCH, Treasurer.
V. M. FIROR, Agent,
Office, Star House, Gallipolis, O.
April 18. I860. ly
TlllCm Or 41 AC K.
Lr Ihhhii saa m CturmxT. 1M Is
a Sareaoenlla tar eeie the dineretu iowtmi catted s T.
Townnfa Sereerianiie. k advenes ae the OBIO-
INA.LtnuiB.aaa eii uiau ma Toamaeisl a aa
iaeur Bui aever was; aatmafemartj awerkecea nit
made, cassia, and to Ilka ye aa aui iha mis af
Pooar tot la pwpoaa af caaina cradu tot w&m aa a)
ML Ba an ka ha aoaodad twa aMtlieal achoota,
and practrxd fcr ftfeaa yaaia ! !" New tha train ia. aa
arar praeucad m3xu a day m hm lit. I Sock mymL
WaaW auataptaaauiauoe looaahad K tha ebaracur and
fwacKT af Iha aaaa. I wiab ami amcerelr, aa had aa.
m mid laoaa alalaaainri of bimalf or af m. Wnaa will
mb taara la aa a anon apd tratbfal ia all their dealmca
and imareooiaa with their lelww M I Ha applied ia
so Raal Clapp la aaaaa him ia asaaaiacrarinf htm nux
tara, ataiing tba lam acme ha woald naka, aa an ta.
airasanl ta emtrart at tha hanneaa. These m have
heea maalnaa had lieeiiina; aa la all poenble feraM. m
erder la unpteea the pubiia- erith the baiief Iha! the Old
Docnr'l Saraapanlla waa not the fewun. tngvmal n
liinarilfn aiade fraaitaa Old Doctor1 1 Orifmal AaRpa.
Tnie S. t. Toejoeeod earl I haa an Id the wee my bum
for7 a week. I anil gin hira 6u) if be anil produce
ana anie aolitare proof of tliia. lite memaa.a af
Thotaoaoa. Saiiimac dc Ce are aathmc hat a uarae
of auaahnoaa, amply aW la deceive the pah'ie, and
keep the truth down ia retard to hat aaariaf , eraaeaf
tn (uwmwU. That la to raotirat the public ta pur
chaaa none but Old Dr. JACOB Townatnd'a Saraapanlla,
ha.inr oa K the Old Doctor'! Hkeneea. hi family Coat
mf jirma. and agnaiant acroaa tha Oat of Arme.
VuKipat qfiat, llll Aaaaa,r. .V. Y. fifty.
Old' Dr. Jacob Townsend
THF ORTOIN AL DISCOVERER OF TUB
Genuine Townsend Sarsaparilla
Old Dr. Towmwnd it now about 70 ein of nd
u ten been known f the A UTHOk and DISC'
ERKH of th GESUtSB ORIGINAL - TOWS.
SLW'O SARSAPARILLA." Bern poor, ttt waa cog
Klied to umK iia mu.uiacture, by wtci meana it haa
m kept out of market, and tha talea circamaenbed tt
ikoM on it who had proved ita woftiuand known ita alua.
It bad raaehad tha eara of many, nevenhepaaa. aa ihoaa
person who had baea healed of aore 4iacaioa, aud aarW
from (Wrath, proclaimed ita won.lermt
TfalaURAM AMM -M--jl Al I El PREPARATION
ta fnanaiantirtd on the turn t ki, mstd ie railed for
ihrouzhout the tei,cLh and hrradtn of the land, especially
a it ta found tnrjipable of defeneration or deterioration.
r nl ike touiut !. P. Townnend'e. it imtrofja with ase,
ar.d never" ehaiHjea but lor the beuer; tvrauae it ta pre
itared on aeiVwrife princifi by a trintif.c man. Th
hi cheat knowledge of UbemMrr?. atxi tike iaitM diwnrer
lea ot tbe an. hare atl been brought into requi'iuon ia
the manufacture of the 0d lr'a :wparillA. Tha Sr
eapamla root, H ie wetl known to medical nten. contain
many medicinal properties, atd aonte nroierties which
are inert or M&eleda.ai.id otbera, which if retained in pro
panne it lor ue. produce enrtrnJatfyn and acid, watch
ta iri;unwe to the ays-tern. Some of tha properUea of
Saraapanlla are an wiatile that they entirely evaporate
and are in in the prefanration. tf they aae not preserved
by a scientist process. ktuwn o-ly to Uioe ex;enenr4
in ita maiiuiactuie. Moreover, these miattle pnv;pilt
which ily otf'm va(rtr, or aaan exhalation, under heat, are
the very essential medicii properties ui the root, ithtch
give loit all lit valuo.
Anv perwin can b"il or rem the root tin thrr vet a dark
colored liiuid, which w inori irom the eolonn matter
in the root than Irotn auyttuneelae; the can then strain
this irattrid or vapid Iriiiit!. r.tn wrh amir mol!ee.
aid then call it 44 SARSAPAHIl.LA EXTRACT or tiVR
L P " But such ia D"t the article known a the
GENU INK OLD VIL JACOB TOWN
S END'S SARSAPARILLA.
Thia ia ao prepared that a; 1 the inert properties of tha
SarratMirilla root are nrat rrrrTcJ, everything reliable
of beconiuuT acid or fermentation w extracted ajd reject
ed ; tlien eery panicle of medi'al virtue ta aeerrsd ie
a pure and concetttratedfonn ; and thtm H ia rendered in
capable of lofiin; any of it valuable and healirur proper,
lies. Prepared in thu way. u n made the muet powerlui
acut in the
Cure of Innumerable) Dteeaaes
Hence the ream wny we hearC'innte!.l.i(itMia on every
aide in ita favor h men. wontru, and cbikireo. We tind
it dotnf wtWi'ir in tite cure nf
t'OVS'f'.HJ77'. OYXPEPBiA. ar-d L1VF.Il
t'fiMPLAISTnw RHKl'M XTIRM SVtt'tP-i-Li,
PILE, OSTn'K.S'K.SX. all VUTASK
OU3 ERUPTIOXX, PIMPLES. ULQTCUEJS
and all tir""tifn riin from
IMPURITY OF TE ELOOD.
It poeme3 a marvellotia ettic.icT ia all cntnplainta
amiiaT irom fux's'T Irvm ActJity of the Stumacm,
from uneiual circulation, ilr'erminatiua of bloat lo the
het. paiiution ol the heart, cn'd leet and hanoa, coll
chills and hot fl.iaiiea over the body, ll liae but ita euaj
in Voldo and Con g ha ; and prt.nio(i.8 caiy exiwcioratttia
and rrnMe fwruration. reluing auictnrea ul the luua.
thral aud every mher art.
but in nothniff re ita excellence more mariifeetly eeea
and acfcjiowV-l-cd than in all kin!aand w.xitaoi
It work woiwVre in eaii of tmsir Albua nr TThitet,
FoJitnf of the H'vmA, Obstructed, Sujipretoed, or Pot
fut Mrneem, Irr'evlarity ol tlie mcneuuiil (lenoUs. and tha
like; and laedeclual la cunri' all Uie lutme of Aiiiaey
Br remoTinr, obvtnictione, and rciilatin tne raeral
erstem, n eivc tone and urenr fe ta Uie whole bod, and
lh.ua ciirre all lonua of
Nere-oua Diaaaaea and Debility,
and thue pre.enta or reiieirea a rreat van.te nt cuter mal
eriiee, aa Hjnnat irritation, M urareia, St. Vitus' Xkuace,
Swwninf, pilrplic File. O.nrwtiona, A-e.
it cleancea lie blood, eicitea the liver to health' artioa,
tonee the eiomach, and ffive, rood diseetion, telievea the
bowela of torpor and eouiiauon, ailaya inf.amnu'ion,
pannee the akin, equaliiee the circulation of the blooiL
prodacin? reniie warmth equally all over the tody, and
UV inen'iaihle perapiratioa; relaiee atncuirea and ujhl.
nesa. i.movee all obetrortione. and inrif oratea die entire
nerrou eywftm. la not thie then
Tha Medicine y" pre-enalnently need I
But can ajiy ol theae thir.re be aaid of S. P. Toarv
end'a nilrnor article 1 Tii ia youiuj aoaa'e liquid ia not1
COMPARED WITH THE OLD DR'S.
heeanm of one (;flAM FAfT. ihat the one INCA
PABLif DETKUIORATION. and
while the Mher IMIFSt enurine-. fermenting, and tloaa.
raw tkM bottiet eontainlnr It Ui'.o frarmenia : us. mnnr
acid liquid ex plodine. and damaeinc other f nodal Moat
not una norrmie cnmf-ouiKi oe polwtnoue u the rveteml
What f pa acid into a ayerena uireatly dieeated arta
aciVti What eausea Dyeiiia butacidl lo we not all
know that wheo food aoura in onr atnmacha. what mie
eSlef it pr.nluceet flatulence, hearthum. palpitation of
the heert. iivercnmplaint, di.rrhoea. dyaentcry, colic, and
corruption of the blood? What ia Scrofula but an acid
humor in the bodyl What pnxlucea all the humor
whioh bnnff on Eruption, ol the Slfin. Scald Head. Salt
Rheum. Eryttpelaa, White Sweldiire, Fever Sores, aiy
atl olcerauona internal and exteniai 1 It ie nothlne; un-
aer neaven out an acjd aunanre. which aoura, and :h
epoila alt the fluile of the bo.iy, more or lexe. What
cauaee Rheamatmm but a eour and acid fluid which
tanne: and inflaminr the delicate tiaeuee tion which rt
acta ? S) of nefons diaeaiwa. of Imtmritv of the blood.
lntnuatea itaelt between th lointe and e aewhere. im.
of deranred circulatioa, aud ueaxi ali toe ajimeau which
amict rtuman nature.
Now m It not horrible lo malca and Kll, and tnfiwUi
SOI RIMi, FERMEVTlVfJ. Arm "COMPOUND" OF
and yet he would fain have it nndenrtood that Old Dr.
rv v, ltv rtsc.?ili.
Jacob T'twnaend'a frenutiae Original Oareapanila. at ao
IMITATION ot hie inferior preparation 1 1
Heaven forbid thai we ehould deal in an article whiea
would bear the moat diatant resemblance to 8. P. Towa
eend'e arttete t
We wii it underatood, became k u the ahootult truth,
dial S. P. Towiwend'a article and old llr. Jacob Town
wnd'e SarMiartlla are hearen-tride apart, and intinite'u
..mw, uw. n" 7 .1. vim. d in every particular,
avinr not one eiryrte thina in common.
a S. P. Townseml la no doctor, and never waa. ie aa
enemuu. no pharmaceutist knowa no more of medicine
or eioaeee inan any other commoL. anecientiac, anpro.
leeeiona: man. what guarantee, ran the pnbiie have thai
wey are receiving a rennine ecientihc medicine, contain'
inc all the virtiiee of the ameiee need ia pre panne, it, and
wnicn are mcaueoie ol chaneea which mirhl render
the AGKNTS ot Imnw ineteed of health t
But what else ahould be expected from one who knowa
nethirur comparatively of memcine or dieeaeel It re
quire. person of some expenence lo cok and serve Bp
even a common decent meal. How much more impor
tan; at n thai tha persona who taaooiacture PiicTne da-
weak frrovArns axt fnteert.ed systtvo.
ahould know well the medical propeniee of plants, tha
oeei manner of aeciirme and eoiicentratina their aeejinf
virtue., also an extensive knowledre of the van owe da,
eesee which a fieri the human eyetcm, and aow to idarxl
remediee u these diaeaaee 1
bate arreei frauds upon the unfortunate, to poor balra
fnta wounded homanitv, to kindle hope in the aeapeircaf
bosom, to leetora heaitn. and besom, and visor into tbe
crushed and bmken. and lo banish infirmity that OLD
VK JACOB TOWNSCNU has SOUGHT and FOUND
tne ociponunriy ena mesne to onrat nta
Graad latlwarsal Coaieeitt rated lt.rn.fl y
muaal ihef may warn and know, by joyfal eiperieaca, IB
wimm ui. i..i. mMm. w ui. suowieaee oi ail wno
-a a-avaeewauxa rerwar a naaJa
For asla wholesale and retail by
MAG LET St NARET,
. Sole arents for Gallia CouotT.
rnneipal office for tbe Weatem States on
Vine it., 3 rjoon above 4lb. Ciacinnati, Ohio,
G. VV. Calhoun, General Agent, to whom all
orders mmt b addmaed.
Dec. 6, 1849. wly
TTTEAPPING PAPER. A eood ar
V V tide on hand and for sale low for
cash, or in exchange for Raps.
CLENDINEN, NASH & CO.
May 16, '50 tf
A Urie stock White Pine SHINGLES and
seasoned BOARDS, every variety of thick
ness and length, in yard, west end of Etate
street near tbe upper Chiekarnoga Bridge, for
May 2, 0.-3m n. FISHER. 1
' -V t -" .-V aatif-i -h n-
CLENDINEN, NASH & CO.,"
Book and Printing Paper,
Dealers la letter, Caei a l WrPlt Pav
per, waaaa, Bftiaai , .
The highest market price paid for Eags.
Feb 21 'SO. lr
DR. G. Y. LIYESAY,
Graduate of the Universities of Yir
ginia and New York,
Offers his professional services in
MEDICIXE, SURGERY St MIDWIFERY
To the citizens of Gallipolis and its
OFFICE ON FRONT 8TSEET, 3D DOOt
ABOVE COLEXIN's HOTEL.
Feb. 7, '50 6m
DR. - J. P. SAFFORD,
PIIYttirl-lX, SCUGEOM, eV DENTIST,
Office on Third street, formerly occu
pied by Jas. U. Hebard. .
J. E. HANS A, I
T. M. FIBOB,
II A rv IV A & FIUOR,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will both attend the Courts in Gallia
. County, O.
Office in Star House.
Hat and Cap
31 A A UFACTORY.
rpiIANKFUL for past favors would
L respectfully inform tho public that
ho continues mnnufacturinr all kinds
of Hats and Caps which he is sellino
low for cash, at his establishment only,
Star House. Public Square.
Beware of Counterfeits.
I would say that ho docs not furnish
any llats or Caps by the dozen to any
establishment in Gallipolis. He also
warrants hats to be free from cotton.
Sept. 20, M9 18 wtf
F. & W. M. FABER.
(Successors lo E. if F. Fabor,)
Liberty el., arar the Canal Bnain, Plllsk'h.
t.M.l.NL. Du iMers, Irrn rounders, and
Machine card and Woolen Machine .Manufnc
tiirer, have conatnntly on hand and build any
decriition of r.nine, suitable for grist
mills, saw nulls, hark mills, salt well, factories,
it-c, toirctlier with every description of ma
chine castings; also, enrris for woolrn and cot
ton machinery, single and double wool carding
machines, wool pickers, and woolen machine
ry, nf all descriptions, and of tbe latest im
provements and best style of workmanship
anion; which are eontiensers, spinning jacks.
shearing, knnpuin;, and brushing machines.
bmad and narrow, power looms, spindles, press
screws press pars. Fuller's stoves, comb
plate, card plyers, card cleaners, revolving and
i ibraling suear blades, and most other articles
required by manufacturers, carders, cloth dres
sers, &c, cc.
F. St W. Faber would respect fully invite the
attentien of persons visiting this ciry for the
purpose of purchasinr, Steam Lngines and
lioilers, to their establishment. Ibey pay
particular attention to this branch of their
business, and keep constantly on hand finished
a lnrze stork of Engine Machinery, ranging
from three to sixtyhoise power, which, fnrecon'
omy of fuel, strength and woikmanship, com'
pnre favorably with any manufactured in the
I nttcd Slates. Particular attention given
to tbe construction of saw mill engines, for
which we have patterns made expressly.
Engines, complete, furnished at tea days
Orders from all parts ol the country prompt
ly executed. 744 6m
GALLIPOLIS STOVE- DEPOT
AND HOUSE FURNISHING ES
TABLIS1LMENT, At the sijrn of the STOVE,
Next door to Miller's Corjier,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
r4"5 Cooking, Parlour, Urn, and other
Ciirdifferent patterns of Stoves; Japan
ned. Tin, Copper, Saeet Iron, Bra, and
Zinc Wre; Fender; Bird Cage; Lard
Lamps; Safes; and Bathinp; Apparatus.
He would inform the public that ha cod
tinuc to manufacture and keep on hand
all the different articles conaected with
Country nierchantt are reqaested to call
or send their orders and they will find hi
prices uniform and cheaper than either
Cincinnati or Pittiborgh.
Markine- plates cut in the neatest man
ner, and particular attention given to Job
Work, Houce Spoatinw, and Repairinff.
fKanauba Republican and Jackson
Standard publish to amount of five dol
lars, each, and charge this office.
Gallipolii, Feb. 14, '50. Any; 21
. o .
The subscriber "lavine bought the entire in
terest of John Hutsinpiller in the business ol
Langleyand Hutsinpiller, will continue the
business nf trading in merchandise and pro
duce at toe
where be expects to receive regular suppli
from tbe Last, of all goods usually brought
to this place for sale. "And also from
Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, such
.articles as ar usually bre't
from those places,
lie has now on hand general supply of
All kinds of Goods,
thatba generally been kept in the House foi
sale, and wet-Id respectfully solicit a call from
those wishing to purchase.
Cash paid for Oats, WTieat, i lax-seed and
Beans. WM. II. LAN 3LEY,
Apr, 5, 1849. 33wtf
J ' MEDICAL DEPASTMENT. "
TITE rrjular eaurM of Lacturet ia tbi To
aaituia will e.niunnce on the (art of 'o
atnber, and ejontinue antil the last a! Fabru
ary. The Anattumieal Dr part man t will '
opened and reaor to receive atailantt ky tbw.
first of Oetobet. The - Medical Deoertraent,
wui M twaex me diractioa of tbe foiloa
. Z. Froemaa. M. D-, Prof eeeor of Anatotpy J'
- R. 8. Newton. M.D-, fnttmat of Surgery;
II. J. Huhrra, M. D, Protetaor of Theory and
Practice of Medicine.
W. Brd Poarell, M. Froreteor of PhU
oleary. Pathology, Mineralogy and Geolcejy.
J. King. M 0, Profeaaoref Materia Uedi'.
ca,Theraputici and MedieaJ J urisprDrJettce ;
J. Milton Sander, A. m. rroioaaor w LHa
utryand Pharmacy. . - -
J A Wilson. M. Profestor of Obttet
rice- and Disease of Women and Childrea.
Medicine Professor H. J. Hulce.
Suntery Prof. R.S.Newton. ' '
Z. Freeman, M. D., Anatomical Eemonitra-
The fee lor iuU eours of lecture amount
to $105. - ; . .
Each Pressor' Tic:et Jl- maincuiauon
S 00. Imontrator's Fee 10 dollars, brad'
uat ion 20 dollars.
Those desirinx further information wiH
please address their letters (post-paid) to the
Dean; and student arriving in the city till
please call on him at the Commercial Hotel. .
" R.S. NEWTON. M.D- 1
Dean f the Faculty s ;
Hon. E. W. M. King, Professor of Theory
and Practice of La. '
John Delafield, Esq- Professor of Commer
Tcaats 50 dollars per Session. .
All communications pertaining to this De
partment must be addressed to
F., W. M. KING, Escj. .
Memphis, Tenn March, 1850,
The Faculties, for intellectual abilities,,
moral worth and professional acquirements,
will compare favorably with the most distin
guished in our country. Tbe medical faculty
constitutes an anomaly in this or any other
countryall of them are able lecturers and the
best of teachers.
Those wbo will contemplate our geographi-
eal position, and the extent of our population.
can have no doubt as to tha eligibility ot our
situation for an enterprise of the kind. A
to health, including all seasons of the year, w
deny that any other city has more.
A common error exists in the minds of many
students relative to the place of studying med
icine; those who intend practicing among tne
diseases of the West and South should cer
tainly educate themselves at school whose
Faculty are practically acquainted with those
That the publie may be satisfied of tbe per
manency of this school, we feel it our duty to
state, that the Trustees and Faculty form a
unit in action; which augurs well for its future
success; and that the peculiar internal organi
zation which connects them, cannot be Inter
rupted. E. W. M. KINO,
President of the Memphis Institute.
Feb. 23, ItiiO. ly
JAY A. VAIV VLECK,
THANKFUL for pat patronage, would
respectfully inform the public that he
will continne bi business in O aixiroLis,
O., OH TtXEOkAPH STBGIT, tJPPKE END, of
. FLOWERED DOUBLE COVERLETS
in a superior style and on short notice.
Having carried on business in this plao
for some length of time, be feel assured
in dating that be can please al) who ma)
favor hira with a call.
iVol iCC 120 cuts of yam for a paJ.
of Coverlet : half of the number of eats
may be cotton yirn, (hould the owner not
choose to bave tbem all wool. Cotton
yarn can be booght in Gallipolis, prepar
ed for Coverlets. The reader will please
notice that he has just received om mw
PATTcass, and will continue to receive
new styles a they come ont.
Price The same as heretofore.
Tin: $5 per pair.
03- Wool will be taken in exchange1
for weaving. Person living near tha
river can send their yarn,, directed t
Jay A. Van Vlscz, Gallipolis, O,
June 28. 1849. 06wtf
X HAND and for sale by the subseri
Hall St Spear's Patent Lever Plougbs.no. 4. r
Kinraide's Pecock Cast Shear ne. 1, -fyl St fV
Wrought Sher.r," 1.4-& 5,
Gnllipolis east Ploughs, Miller's Patent.
Pittsburgh " twtfcss
C. do A.
Extra Points of every description asuatty eal -
100 bbls N. O. Mt sses.
60 h f
75 bbls Sugar.
20 " Rice,
And general assortment af ether fTroeeriessr
Apr. 5.1&19, 95wf
This establishment is now in full eperatioa
and tbe proprietors have spared ao pain on
expense to procure the best and most approvee
machinery, and have in their employ
The most Experienced loorLmen.
and therefore will manufictcve a GOOD
GOODS, as can be procured in this country
ind at as low prices. They are also Dre pared t
Card Rolls, Spin, Weave,FuU, Dres
and Finish Cloths, Shawls,
OR ANY KIND OF GOODS
for customers, at very low rates, but in
eases the wool must be brought clean.
D. .(.I'..H...:.. . a I : ,
I, iw uusioces ana s (j e
termination to give general satisfaction, the
proprietors expect a liberal share of tbe puts
lie patronage. Merchants from borne or abroad
are invited to call and examine tha good
manufactured at the Union Mill before put
P. S . Price For Carding Ron. Whit, 5e
Mixed. 6 to 7c ; Carding and Spinning, lie,
and other wort ia proportion.
Liberal prices paid for Wool at the)
Factory. - -
GallipolU .4 pr. 17. 1843. ' 7w
BLANK DEEDS and MOETGA
GES, just printed, and for sale
the ' . BOOK STORE.
May 16. tf - '
CAP and LETTE3 PAPER. Tho
subscribers have oa hand, and. art)
selling as low as can be bosght ia th
West, fine and common Letter and Cap
paper. CaTl and see. . . - -
CLF3DINEN'- NASil & CO
-May 16, '50. tf