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Free Democratic Convention.
At meeting of the Free Democ-
racT of the 12th Congressional Du
rict of un0' cauea to meet
WilkestJJIe, Gallia coontr, on
litti Aav of June, to nominate n ean.B
didate to be supported by all lovers
of Freedom, lree soil, free
and free men. convened at tha Uni-fcentral
warsalist meetinff-housa ia Wilkes
ville. at 11 o'clock. A. M and
ceeded to organize bv calling W. H.
B. Pare.-of Meics eoantv. to the
Chair, and O. B. Chapman to act as
Secretary. Mr. Page on arising to
announce the meeting ready to pro-;
ceed to business, addressed me con-.
vention for about half an hour in a
Tery . appropriate and able speech,
ffirinsr a concise and correct history
of the nresent Questions that are now
noimt'.iKT the country. At the close
of the remarks by the Chair, it was,
n motion of M. G. Tuckerman, mov.
A that a committee of three from
each county represented, be appoin
ted bv the chair to present the name
of some suitable man as a candidate
for nomination before the conren
tion carried. Whereu p o n the
Chair appointed said committee.
Resolved, unanimously, that inas
much as our present Representative
ia Congress, Samuel t. Viitton, Has
violated his oft repeated pledges to
the people of this District, pledges
made witn every appearance oi sin
ceritv and candor, with eyes upturn
ed towards heaven, and with his
hand placed upon his heart, calling
upon his God to witness to tne train
of his assertions in declaring mai
the principle of the Wilmot Proviso
is paramount to all other questions;
yea, that it is above, around, beneath,
high overall; yea, that all other
questions sink into utter significance,
when compared to the great ques
tion of Slavery and Freedom, in this
country. Well, now, the way to se
cure this ereat boon of Freedom tc
the people of the territories, and to
their posterity forever, would be for
the Free Democracy to unite to se
cure the triumph of the Whig party,
and thus secure the principles ol tne
Ordinance of '87; and in view of such
a triumDh. the Free Democracy in
-'justice, to the people of these territo
lies, and in justice to the slave, and
in justice to humanity at large, unite
in securing the election of a majori
ty of the Representatives to the aist
Congress holding views in accor
dance with his ow as that party
only could be relied upon to pass a
bill with the Wilmot Proviso incor
porated therein; and that inorder to
consummate this great and glorious
triumph of Freedom over Slavery,
it was absolutely necessary that the
Free Democracy . unite with the
Whig Party, in order to secure the
election of Taylor and Fillmore, as
that would give us the absolute con
trol of the whole matter, for mark:
Gen. Taylor is pledged not to vote
any bill having the Wilmot Proviso
incorporated or attached thereto;
and, mark again: Mr. Fillmore will
be President, of the Senate, and
therefore have the castinsr vote in
that bndv. and that vote will of
course be cast for such a bill, and
thus a great victory be obtained for
freedom, and the power oi tne slave
holder be lorever broken. Such ar
guments composed the burthen of.
Mr. Vinton s speeches, and the free
Democracy did not make a nomina
tion for Congress, and the conse
quence was that Mr. Vinton was
elected by a large majority, having
received almost the entire vote of the
Free Democratic patty. Mr. Vin
ton returned to his seat in the House
of Representatives, fresh from his
constituents, with all these solemn
vows resting upon his soul, and what
has he done to redeem those pledges.
The history of his course during the
present session of Congress shows
that by his voting to lay Mr. Root's
revolution (instructing the Commit-
i I on Territories to report a bill for
Xfew Mexico, flee, with the Wilmot
proviso incorporated therein,) on the
ta bier and his oft repeated moves to
go into committee of the whole on
the state of the Union, in order to
stave off the question of Freedom,
all proves beyond a doubt that Mr.
- Vinton deserves to be. classed with
such men as Daniel Webster, Lewis
Cass, Henry Clay, Bright, of Indiana.
Dickinson, of . New York, and all
men of like character, and of course
is no more worthy to receive the
votes of Freedom loving men. There
fore, this convention now proceed to
nominate a suitable man to represent
the 12th Congressional District in
the 32nd Congress of" the United
States. On motion, the Convention
adjourned to meet again at half past
one o clock.
On the reassembling of the Conven
tion at the appointed hour, Judge
. Sixtsok of Rutland, was called up-
' 1 l -I a! A K
on to aaoress me meeung, ana
lorwara ana ipou ior buuu.
hours, in a gpeecn oi nnnvaiiea eio-
finance and nnwer. showing conclu
sively that the present .old hunkerj
parties are not to be trusted on the,
ereat question of Free Soil. - At the
dose of Mr. Simpson's remarks
committee on nominations through
, their chairman, Mr. Bradberry, re
ported the name of Judge Nathar
Sncpsoir, of Rutland, Meigs county,
as a suitable ma.a to be supported by
the Free Democracy et the coming'
Fall election; which report was tin-
m jmoury sustained by the conren-
thelelection of our candidate.
j . Resolved, That this Conventioni
speecb,fappoint a senatorial and legislative
committee of three.
On motion of M. G. Tuckerman,
Resolved. That each member
rth ConTention pledge nirnseu
aipuse an noneraoio mean
lchair appointed the following per-
said committee, viz: S. C.Lar
kin, H. Holt, and M. G. Tuckerman.!
Resolved, That the proceedings o
this convention be signed by the
President and Secretary, and for
warded for publication to the Ohio
Standard, Jackson Union, Nations
Era, Vinton Republican, Athens
Messenger, Meies Co.. Telegraph
Ualupolis Journal, and Hocking ben
W. H. B. PAGE,Ch'n.
O. B. CHAPMAN, Sec'y.
Arrival of the Europa.
NEW YORK, July 3.
The Europa was telegraphed at
Halifax at 4 o'clock this afternoon,
and arrived at 6 P. M. She left Liv
erpool at 11 o'clock on the 22d ult.
The Asia arrived at Liverpool at
7 o'clock on Saturday morning.
An attempt, it is rumored, naa
been made to assassinate Louts IN a
poleon, President of France.
Lord John Russell had made i
brilliant speech in the House of Com
mons in defence ot the Ministry, in
which he treated with contempt the
vote of censure by the - House o
Lords. It is not supposed the Min
istry will resign so long as they have
the confidence of the House of Com
The Greek question is still unset
Provisions are cheap and wages
fair. The commercial accounts re
ceived by the overland East India
and North American mails, in the
early part of the week are consider
ed on the whole of a satisfactory
The weather during the past week
has been very favorable for agricul
tural purposes, and the growmgi""'
LIVUa pi J LSI TV bit u awmwvhv
18th, the cotton market was dull-
sales of the week amounted to about
2000 bales, price unchanged
Cotton S a 1 es on J nday 3UUU
bales. Prices were firm but unchaog
d. Sales for the week 8500 bales
of which speculators took about5000.
Flour is dull at previous rates.
Corn is dull, and quoted at 29s 6J
for new yellow, and 29s for white.
frovisions the better qualities
of Bacon are in more request. Lard
continues in good demand from the
trade and speculators at 6Zi in ail
other articles a very limited business
at previous prices. -
Coffee The market is rather inac
tive sales of eood ordinary; fine
middling Jamaica have been made a.
Liverpool at 35a4Ss. At London,
on Thursday, good ordinary native
Ceylon brought 41a4is,
Thursday lhe (Jonsol market
was firm throughout the day at ad
vance, closing at 96a96. Un t ri
day consols opened flat, there being
a general feeling expressed against
the decision of the Greek question.
Very little business was done at 95 J
a96 for account. "The quotations for
American Stocks are unvaried, ex
cept forU. S. 6's of 1S63, 103a
104; N. Y. State .Vs ot 55, 97; Ohio
6's of 56, 96a97. The freight mar
ket has been stationary, but with a
downward tendency, in particular
for New York. Dead freight con
tinues very scarce, in passengers
there is no alteration. Accounts
from the manufacturing districts con
tinue satisfactory, and operatives are
generally well employed.
FURTHER NEWS BY THE EUROPA.
cameequally a m o ng
Englakd. The Liverpool Journal
of Thursday night savs that Lord
John Russell dealt the worst blow to
the Peers, they have yet received. J
His unequivocal contempt for them,
and his haughty democratic denial
that the votes of the upper house
can constitutionally have the slight
est influence upon the Government,1
were ineffective, lie said he did
not say this willingly. -Certainly the
love of office for mere office sake, or
the pride of the Palmerston policy;
must be strong when an aristocrat
of the House of Bedford can thus
practically repudiate the House of
Lords, and with the gusto of a Re
publican . centre, ad constitutional
control in the Representatives of the
Feance. M. de Girardin has an
nounced that he has resigned the di
rection of La Presse, in consequence.
of his election as representative for
Bas Rhine. -
The Private fortune of Louis Phil-
lippe is said to be 160,000 per an
L--LL-1 I ! A k kija Mt11
num, willed no iibs ucv uw uy uis
his children and
theSaccording to quality.
Flour 5 00. V
Wheat ranges from 50 to 90 cents,
Com 45 to 50 cents.'
Corn Meal 50c.
Flaxseed 75c -
Salt, by the barrel, 32c. .
Sugar 6c Molasses 34.
tsy i 2 cents. ,
Sags Irom 3 to 3ic, cash.
JULY 10.1850. Death of Gen. Taylor.
Washington, July 10, A.M.
Gen. Tatlob., the President
United States, died last night at 10
o'clock and 35 minutes. His last words
were as follows: "I die; I am expect-
in? the summons; 1 am ready to meet
death; I have endeavored faithfully to
discharge my duty; I am sorry to leave
my friends, but 1 am ready to go r are
Fire in Philadelphia.
Cincinnati, July 10.
There was a very destructive fire in
Philadelphia last night causing a tre
mendous saltpetre explosion. A gieat
many persons were killed. The loss is
stated to be millions of dollars.
Nashville, July 9.
The Cholera is very bad here. The
newspapers ol tne city ana ousmess
Pittsburgh, July 10.
There are 4 feet water in the channel
The city is very healthy. No chole
ra here. .
Cincinnati, July 10, 9 P.M.
There were 28 deaths by cholera du
ring the 24 hours ending this evening.
The disease is abating.
Flour dull with sales at 94 10 a 4 25.
No sales in Grain.
Provisions dull. Whiskey quiet with
sales at 21a21.
Weather tine and warm and river
Death of ah Old Citizew. We
were pained last evening to hear of
the sudden death ol William Dis
ney, for many years City Treasurer,1
and long one ot the most respected
and substantial business men of Cin
cinnati. Mr. D. died about one o'
clock yesterday afternoon of apo
plexy. He was, we believe, in the
69th year of his age. An efficient
friend and a good man, his sudden
decease will be widely and deeply
mourned. Ctn. Gaz.
Spinal affections, paralysis, palzy, nerroti
diseases, rheumatism, olc, that bare resisted
the skill of tbe best physician for years, can
be speedily and permanently cured by tbe new
and great .Arabian remedy called H. G. Far
re IPs .Arabian Liniment; excellent, also, for
Kcuts, burns, sprains, bruises, bites of insects.
reptiles, and is tbe best borse medicine
ever discovered. '
See advertisement . "
Beware of a spurious preparation called W.
B. Farreir .Arabian Liniment, a base coun
terfeit, which has just made it appearance.
July 11, 1850.
Jrr. . S, Hews
. IN QUART BOTTLES.
HAS no parallel ia permanently curing,
and eradicating from the system all
, CUTANEOUS ERUPTIONS,
Erysi ela, Pimples, Blotches, Beils, Tetter
Kingworm, Scald-bead, female weaknesses.
Chronic Sore Eyes, Ate.
Read tbe following certificate, althongh no
OSI AMONOST HoftDtED OF AH IOBT.
Da. Howe Dear feir: Allow me to ay a
few words in reference to ysur preparation of
shaker Sarsaparilla. I have for the last two
rears been afflicted with sore eyes. I bad
tried every preparation of the so-called Sarsa
parilla, without the least effect whatever, un
til I was advised by a friend to try Dr. Howe's
preparation. He said be had examined your
recipe, and knew fnr a certainty that you use
Honduras Sarsaparilla. Having confidence in
my friend, I thought I would try it. 1 have
used in all, at this time, three bottles, and you
would be astnnised at the sight. My eyes are
now nearly Welti my whole system in vigors
ted, and in feet I feel like another man. So
;ret is the change for the better, that I have
no hesitation in recommending your Shaker
sarsaparilla above all others. If you think
proper to publish this you can do so, for I sm
willing to satisfy any person of the truth of
the above. HAMILTON POTTER.
All the above disease originate in deficient
absorbent action, and consequent morbid con
dition of tbe blood. If we only set the absor
bent venels into active operation they will
soon ehroinate the moroinc matter; tnai is.
in plain English, they will soon purify the
blood, and cure all diseases to which it impu
rity gives rise. No medicine has ever yet.
been (bund so certainly and effectually to pro
mote this object as the ."hiker samparilla,
now prepared by Dr. S. D, Howe, of Cincinna
ti, Ohio. Try it. Price 1 dollar per bottle.
or 6 bottles for 5 dollars.
For sale by all tbe principal Druggists, and
by tbe proprietors. " I
DR. S D. HOWE & CO.,
No. 1 College Hall, Walnut street, 3 door;
above 4th, Cincinnati, Ohio.
To whom all orders must be addressed.
MAGUET l NARET,
Agents, Gallipolis, O.
May 23. 1850.-lvr.hra
THE unknown heirs of William Watkios,
deceased, are hereby notified that the adminis
trator of said Watkins ha tbis day bled in
the court of Common Pleas of Gallia county,
Ohio, hi petition (gainst them, praying that
be may be ordered to make and execute a deed
of conveyance to Santy Viney for forty acres
of land, it being part of tbe Northeast quarter
of Section No. thirty-three, id Township No
six. and Bange fifteen, according to the terms
and stipulations of a bond given by said WaU
kins, in his lite time, to said Viney. ?oap-j
plication will be made at the next term of said
court for such order T conveyances
AKIHUtt W. WAKNEK,
JuW 11, 50-3w . AdrnV.
Iv,flE andersigned ha been anpoi nted Ad-
A. ministrator of the estate of M area I
ret HcUelen, lata of Uallipolis, Ualiiaeounty.!
Ohio, deceased, with the will annexed ; all per
ron owing said satate sirs required to make
immediate payment, and loose Having demand?
will present them legally proven.
Art uilLi n mcvix ul.x,
July 11, 50. 3w Ac-m'r.
Notice is bervev nrea thatth lubseriber?
have beea acnoiated executors of the last will
sad testament ol Mctbew Richardson, let o.'
Gallia County, neeeased, all persons bavin;
claims afainst (aid estate, wiU present
same accord rar, ta law, aad those owing
mai. proiupt payment.
Ugcncg of Dr. 8. 8. FUchS
Tar, !!, if
TOR BALE, hi Patent SilvawPktsd Aa-!
! a. down Sopeort. ntat steel-spria.
Sbeuloe Ben. Silver Iahaliag Tuba, ud
Lecture! a Cssunmptioa, Sue. Alan, bis
At prepared and used by hiss, wither without
uie instremeats. la tha troauaent at relato-
nary Conauaiptioa, tftthma. Heart Oi lease.
itneuDMtinn, Scrofula, filea, rrompanf Uteri.
Debility. Fearale Complain tx. Spinal Weak-
om, Coughe, Coida. Catarrh, aad all ria
lima lee. - The whole form a full aad acieatiSc!
treat meat of Pulxaoaary DiieeaM, hifc ei-
wneaee hat ahowa THE ONLY r ROPER
TREATMENT yet diaeorered foe theit
lief or cure.
- The lastraneatt are the beat kind, aad
warranted aeainst all detect. The Medieinei
are careful); prepared by Dr. Fitch, aad each
article will auatain it character oader the te-
reret teat whatever, aloa or ia connection
with the rent. Areata bare only iuch medi
cine aa may beaaely toed without Dr. Fitca'i
eraoaal direction; but bar enough te apply
to any common case of Pulraonr ry or Chronic
For direction and explanation , See Dr
Fitch' Guide to lnlid;n a raluable fcmily
book of 48 pan, which i cirea away at the
counter of the Agent.
fer tale only byt LXlNQ at CU whole
sale and retail Druggist, GaUipoli, Ohio,
July 11, ItKX) ly
Stewart A. VmuOmr va. Wrm Trwy.
411 person interested will take notice that
Stewart A . Lesley, oa the 4th day of Kay,
A. D. 1850, sued out a writ of attachment
from the court of Co'mmoo Pleas df Gallia
county, ia the Stat of Ohio, arainst Eden
Troy, for the sum of on hundred dollars
which writ ba been (erred and returned.
Attest: JOS. DROUILLARD,
Lbmucl Pciar, Att'y. Clerk
July 11, 1850 6w - '
Waa. L Laaaley re. Waaaael Lewi.
All persons interested will take notice that
William H. Laorley, on the 21st day of Jane.
A. D. 1850, sued nut a writ of attachment.
irom the court of Common Plea of Gallia
county, ia the State of Ohio, against Samuel
Lewis, for the aim of nineteen dollar and
eighty-six cents, which writ ha been crred
and returned. Attest:
JOS. DROUILLARD, Clerk.
A. 4. F. Ccrsiirm, .3tt'ys.
July II, 1 850.-6
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in tbe Post Office at Gallipo
ts. Ohio, on the first day of July,
1850, which, if not taken out before the
first day of October next, will be sent to
the General Post-office as Dead Letters
. Armstrong- Win B
Atkeson Mary F
Bow en mrs Sarah
Barlow Aaron M
Beale mrs Rebecca
Blake Semi and Lucy
Bing re E V
Brown Edmund F -Bateinan
Ce uten Luther
Daniels A H
BaUey Elizabeth H
Collins Eliza Kuth
Daguerrian Artist 3
Fisher John H
Harrington Pbeby A
Hays miss Rowena R
Johnston miss Isabel
Hartsook Peter 3
Humphrey Elias F
Harrop miss Sarah A
Huntley Charles O.
Johnson Marthy E'ix'b
King M A
Kelly John or Isaiah
Krath mrs R
Kessler Augustin 3
Lewis Joshua Legg Lydia
Lambert miss M.irgarate Loees Ansel
McMaster John G S
Martin rev A A .
McCluer miss Cathar'e
Mankin S Ber S
Mors Wm H
Maye L D
McElwane Albert -Martin
Osborne John. O
Owens Edwsrd S
Payne Wm .
. Peeplee Wm H
Rader mr A brum
Knssell Hannah E
Robinson Jonab & son
Reed Johnson It Bell Gabriel
Smith Mary A
Steinman miss A 8
Sigler Charles ' -
Strait David B
Sex too Joba
Sbeppard mis E A
Tavlur Jame A
Thomas rev Jonathan
Ward Joseph J .
Williams John 2
William William J
-WUcocks Hiram ;
William J U
Williamson mis Cata
William Josiah W
Woods mrs Hellen 3
A. CUSHING. P.M.
A. CUSHING. P.M. July 1. 1850.
UK. Crv 11. UALtJUi
INFORMS his old friends and patrons
that his health being restored, he
naa again opened his omce at nis old
fland next door to A. Leclercq. and two
ooors irom John Sanns store.
Gallipolis, June 20, '60. Sm
nadersirned baa beea aooointedad - S
iW Giles I
ministrator d boni bob af the esUtrfner
8. -. sate of Gaa oobary,
All persons indebted to aid esUt
vil maks immediate pevraent to
i - GORHAM OAKS, Adw'r. f
I Jim 30, 1850, 3w , ; .
WE DAILY bear af the soost Mtoaisaiag
cares being effected by that great aad popular
medicine, in gouuine
H. G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN
The greatest remedy over disewverad fee el-
7 .TO''i.m v. redwing viisrBII B9-
iHiniimia vuanv is wmmm vr ynil. j a The
hort length of time tt ha beea introduced to
the people of the United States, it baa gained
a reputation unequaled by any other atedieiae
the known world.. Why it; Toe an
swer is plain : because aa asediciae of the kind
as aver been put before the public acser
tsur af the rich laurel it ha acquired: aad it
will eontiaiM to rain frieada a soar as it ner-
J forms the most extraordinary cure of various
leeenptioa, attar the doctor and all ether
lea bad failed. W de not oolv am that
be genuine H. G. FarreU Arabian Lini
ment ran and does perform cures which a eUt-
nr medicine on da, hut yon hare her eertill-
te or what it aa atme.
Tbadeos Smith, f Mudd Creak, Tszawel!
Ills, say: I had lost tbe use of my arm
for more than a year by palzy or paralysis ; the
Aesh bad entirely a ithered away, leaving noto-
ng nut skin, muscles aad hone. I tried all the
tiest doctors and alt the remedies I could hear
of, but they did no good. I then commenced
tbe us of 11. U. rarrelrs Arabian Liniment.
md a few bottles entirely cured me, and my
v i now as strong aad Besby as the other.
is also first-rate for burns, sprains and bruizes.
Tbe celebrated Docroa J irxs, whose repu
tation as a benefactor to mankind extends over
tbe whole world, reports that a lady of on of
the first families ia Philadelphia had been
fined to her bed finrriens wears rith JZAtusia.
Arm, and wa ram oy H. G . FarrtllH Ara
burn Liniment. He also says : "lour bn
meat is going rapidly; send me a supply imme
diately by Lee che s but Una."
My daughter, when b moo iris aid, wa taken
with a swelling in the tonsil, which grew lar-
er and larger. tiU when h year eld she ha.
rat diffioulty in swallowing her food. - Ererv
night, watch was kept, fearing she would suffo
cate. Tbe best doctor attended her, bu
could civ no relief. I took her to the most
eminent doctor ia the East; thy said there
was no belp for her but to outgrow it. With
a sad heart 1 returned home with her, when
she became so much worse that tbe doctor had
to be called in again ; tbey decided the tonsils
most be cut off, a tbe only mean or giving
relief. My wife would not content to this,
and she determined to tiy your liniment,
which gave relief the rery jirtt pplicatien, and
by a continued use she entirely recovered
She is now 10 years old, and fleshy and healthy
as could be desired. Your liniment Is also
the best in use for sorains, bruizes, cuts, burns,
headache, tc: and it will remrve tbe most
severe pain in a few minutes. It also cured
-aked odder in my cow ;n a lew days.
Peoria, March 20, 1843.
Mr. H. G. FarreH : Your Arabian Liniment
Bis the greatest medicine for horse flesh in the
world, t bad a mare about to foal, when she
became so be'pless that the could not rise from
tbe ground : she was in this way for several
1ys, when with yven 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 well over the
oins, and aslonisbing as it may appear, before
t used up a bottle of the dollar size, she was
able to get up and walk herself. I would not
have given ten dollars for her before, and manv
advised me to shoot her 'o put her out of mise
ry; sheJ now one of m, best mare. I sup
ose it was a strain in the loins.
G. W. HUNT.
Peoria, Ills, July 2. 1849.
LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS!
As they are in eireu'atinn. Tbe true and on-
y genuine H G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment
always roads with the H.Ghis initials, before
Farreir. thus, H. G. Farrell's Arabian Lini
Tient," and his signature is also on the label
of tbe bottle, and these words are blown in the
glass bottle, WH. U. Farrell's Arabian Lini
ment, Peora.' Do not touch any other, and
look well before you purchase, or you will get
Manufactured only by H. G. FarreU, sole
inventor and proprietor, and wholesale Drug
ist,No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to
whom all communication must be addressed.
For sale by MAGUET at NARET, Gallipo
; G.W. Cooper & Co., Chester; Ralston A
stivers, Pomeroy, and regularly authorized
agents all over the United States.
fCT-vall and get a r srrier Book, free ol
Beware of a spurious preparation called W
B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, a base coun-
terfeit which has just made its appearance. .
June 27, 1350. 3m
and ofScers are determined that
Ohio,F,nirit of ral accommodation shall
The subscriber has just
receivad 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
Boots and Shoes,
consisting of all kinds suitable for ser
vice or ornament, which he oners for.
sale on the most accommodating terms
Terms cash, and Shoes as cheap as
can be bought in the West.
Gallipolis, July 4th, 1 850, 3m
TOE WORLD IS CHAXGIXG.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that the
l firm of Hallioats .& Waddell
was, on the first day of July, 1850. (by
the addition of a Partner ) changed to
the firm of Hallioats, v addell & Co
The change in said company makes it
highly necessary that the business of i
Hallidays 4s Waddell should be settled
as soon as possible. '
The business or 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
Xto merit a continuance, yea an increase
of the same.
HALLIDAYS & WADDELL.
July 4, 1850-tf .
NOTK-B. " "
THE EXECUTOR of Joseph Miller ha
this day filed In the court of Com. Pleas
'of Lawrence county, Ohio, hi petition (gainst
the widow and heirs and devisees of said te
tator, asking far the sale of certain real estate
lor th fiavment Af ripht,- Pjiulwlk TVwl.
idridge is hereby notified to appear at the next
term of said court, as aa application will then
be mad for aa order of sale.
June 2T7 1850, 3w . Executor.
Ckarlealasa aad CladaBatt raclses.
Tlia WW PMIT.T.TPa
nvesl Capt Niwtoic, having ex -
. . . i- - inriipn accommodations,
now running as a packet between
awba Salines and Cincinnati. . She will
leave Cincinnati every Tuesday, and
Charleston every Friday, passing Galli-f
poiis every Wednesday evening up, and
nday evening down. -
Prompt and careful attention will be?
iven to all passengers, freight, or or-B
- erS entrusted to tne noai, as uie ow
5. , ,. . Ji.-jw.rl ihnmA ssrhnV
uuic, iro "
may patronists the packet.
Jan. 17, 1850. tf ,
TAKE NOTICE, .
ujcas. Shawls, calicoes, oieacned ana
rrlH AT wa aire made trunmmii
I with an Eastern Importer of Dran
to recaiva Treat) sepplies of Iha uteat im-
j'portations. This arrangement will n
ble oa to obtain good at aa escaetfingly
ow eric, and of pore articles, aa the j
rill not Das throvffh the hand of dta
'or after the are inspected, and there
.'n i . m -i.l r .J..1
wiu os no opporxanuT auaruwu iui bumi-h
.t trr i .
fer.t.nth.n,. W.ar, now i-rCh,pffi
I ayauwai. r wwircsa irom in laiesi
import aiions, compr"tin avsry article
uauaily kept ia this market, together with
these new and finer prepaiation Id which
the Est nj phyaician bar had the ma
nopoly, uch aa Citrate of Iron and
nine, Glycerin," Collodion, Chloroform.
Letheon, genome white. Cod Liver Oil
Moaetia, para Battersea London Calomel
Iodide ef Iron, Iodide of Mercury, white
chrystalized Nitrate of Silver, pure olu
Port and Madeira Wine in bottles; all of
which we have teted,and will warrant.
Tt hi been oar aim to anticipate every
demand of the physician, and at the a roe
time to (elect such article as would prove
reliable In the hands of the practitioner
saving him the disgrace of being; duped
into tbe administration of inefficient rem
edies, and ourselves the mortification of,
having: obstructed the efforts ot science
to relieve human suffering-.
All our preparations. Tinctures, &e.
&c, are made according; to tbe recom
mendation of tbe U. 8, PhartnacopoM.
and are for ' in a legitimate way, as
we keep no wagon to tend oat to ha:kte
off deficient preparation.
Paists of every variety, Paint Brusli-
ea, &c, 4c.
Oil. Fine brown Tanners' Oil, Lin
seed. Sperm, Lard, Olive, Eastern Css
tor Oil, and every variety ot Essential
distilled and volatile Oil.
Dts STurrs. Logwood, Camwood,
Brazil wood, Fustic, Nicaraugua, 51 ad
dor. Red Sanders, Annetto, Cochineal
Copperas, Indigo, Oil Vitriol, Bine Slope,
PiarrartT. Ronssell's Triple Fx
tract or Cologne, Pomade Divine, Eaa
Lustrale, Eztraetr, C"ld Cream, Ox Mar
row and Hazel not (ill. e.. 4-C.
Soaps Roassell'e Saponaceous com
noond, ymph, Amandine, Sivoo uper.
fine, pore Palm, brown Wjodaor, Walnut
Oil Military STt white and variegated
CoeasrriqcE. 1 1 a I iaa Tinetnre of
Pearls, a cheap and admirable beautifier
f the skin.
)UI rue is. sellers', nicLean s.
r ahnestock , London ', and Hobensack's.
GLAsswaae. Every variety of Plivii-
iana furnishing Glassware.
All the above articles for aale whole-
ale and retail, exceedingly low for cash.
Dealer will find it to their advantage to
all, a they shall be suited. Be rare you
end to the rrjght pho?, and order a bill
o be aent with the article, if yon aend,
so that there may be no mistake.
My 3 fro FLEMING tt CO.
THE L0X LXSLRAXCE COMPANY.
Fire, atarla and Life Istarassca.
Cafital Stocx, $200,000.
Office on Water street, in Wise's hrici
row, Vincenncs, Intl.
Tbia company, having been duly or
anized, and tea per cent, paid in on the
apital stock subscribed, aud the bal
nee secured by mortgage on Real Es
ate and by personal guarantee, am coa
prepared to effect insurance against loss
or damage by fire, on Buildings, Mer
chandize, Machinery, Manufactories, and
ill descriptions of property; also, Mer
chandiza and Produce in the coarse of
inland transportation, the riska of the
neaa, &c; also, the Hull of Steimboat
id other vessels, and Open the Lire of
individuals go ins; to California. Tbe
rates of premium will be a low aa those
if any other lisrostiBii Company.
All Lowe liberally adjusted and
nromptly paid. The stock of this Com
uany is held entirely In the nest, and
controlled by western men, and in no
way connected with New York.
flon. R. N. Carnan, Yincennesi
W. J . Heberd, do;
Jao. W. Maddox, dot
Jacob Pea , do;
Samuel Wise, do;
Peter P. Bailey Fort Wayne;
Thomas T. Benbridge, Lafayette;
Walter W. Early. Terre-Hante;
Henry D. Aljis, Evansyille;
Simon Bottorff, Jcfferaonrilie;
William Hughe. do;
Levi Sparks, do;
Jamtr Keigwin, do.
Hon. R. N. CARNN, Pie.t.
SIMON BOTTORFr, V. Prt
C. M. Aliis. Secretary.
W. J. Hsacan, Treaanrer.
Short Life and California riaks taker
it this gency at extra rate.
JOHN HOi, Agent,
Msy 18, 'SO 25 Gallipolis. O.
NEW STORE - IN THE HOUSE
OF MR. LECLERCQ,
Lotoer side of the Public Square.
Q HIELE.HOFFHEIMER& BROS.,
O having a large store in W heeling,
Va- have established a branch in this
town, where the citizena can be accom
modated with Goods as cheap as they
can be nurchased in the West, lhel
I m .1 1
stock is new and oi tne nnest una,
among which are Lawns, Ginghams.
Linen Lustre, Swiss De Lainer, Alpa
Muslin, Tickings, oec
Also, the latest style Bonnets, Pari
sols, Artificials, Hosiery, Glove, La
ces. Jewelry, Azc. Gentlemens' French
land German Broadcloths, Cassimere,
ICaaainet. bummer fstuff, Vestings, 5iu
Neck and Pocket Hdkfa- &c.
They purchased in New York a large s
"quantity Of Linen iaule ClOtuS, wuiCO J
aTtti6T will sell at the lowest wholesale!
- - ..4 ti -"S
0110 uw ouu sui, i,uiaw
here but s short time.
July 4, 1850. 2w
rEsea wnere worms are the nnmar caaaa
It shew wick's vTaaraa BrTWBH
MEDICINE ha ever obtained a
er or more deserred repau-i
.loa than HosuaACx'a Wosv Snsrt
it is daily effecting some of the most
astonishing and wonderful cures that
bare rerbea recorded in the annfiU
of Medicine. - . ' :
We would that tha nuli!ie hhouM
know that a remedy is at hand that can
be relied upon In the moat txtreme ca
pining away a miserable existence, un
der the supposition that they are dys
peptic, when Worms are actually prey
in jr. upon tne rery viiai ot tneir me,
should use Hobensack's Worm Syrup
Eara it ia too late.
... , .
I tricience certiiying to me wonaertui
efficacy of Hobensack's Worm Syrup
n expelhnjr worms, and a Mxher't
Igrief changed to joy by its use:
This i to certify, that two or three
weeks part, two of my children were at
tacked with worm. I need every renitv
I I knew, hot without effect, they yet
growing worse, atntil the diiease assumed
is alarmingly fatal character, that I and
II who saw them, felt assured that death
rouai soon cioee luo scene, H retiet was
not toon obtained. One of them preeen
ted a fearful picture of sufferings abe waa
iterally alive with worms, her Connie
nance had pallid, death-like hue, bef
breath extremely offensive, her frame
wore down to a mere skeleton, and all the
symptom attendant upon worma of a.
highly aggravated state. To such a fear
ful extent did the disease arriye, that she
paed worma from her nose, followed by
copious bleeding. At tbis time I obtained
a bottle of your Worm Syrop, and gay
it with bat little hops, bet wonderful to
ay, after a lew doee. a great changa
waa perceptible, and in a few day to my
?reat joy and wonder, the two children
3ed a large wash basin full of worma.
Since that time they rapidlv recovered.
and are now perfectly cored.
Oxford at., bet. Front and Second, Phi!.
We hare man more certificate in our
poeseision. equally sorprising a the above,
tbat wa might place before tbe public, bot
we deem thi sufficient to satiafy all that
it ia lhe only known remedy that can be
J. N. f G. S. HOBENSACK.
Sole propiietor. St. John St., Pbil'a.
For aale wholesale and retail by
FLEMING Si CO.. sole agents for Gal
lia County; and by Reed, Pomeroy;
and II. R. Wilson, Middleport, and of
all the principal Urug btores in the
May 2. 1850. Sm
IXSLRRECTIOX IN CUBA SUCCESS
rbeold aad dilapidate Caves aaal ever,
hrwsra, aw) pragreeelve jQwsaweracT Irs
HAVING again assumed the prerog
ative of Commander-in-chief of
that well known, long established, and
unrivalled establishment, known in
Jays of yore as
Baxter's Grocery and Bakery,
and baring provided (for the special
beneht of my friends.) every ihinjr
which is good to eat or drink, I am now
To furnish bread and cakes as cheap.
r rom single items, to a heap,
s any man who ever sold
Fnr rtrnr!iirA. nan ac rr evsn acAA
. ... , , o '
Coffee, in great abundance foo,
From pound to hundred, all for you;
And tea', which judges do declare
Not only good but very rare
Ns for Tobacco, Chocolate, Rice,'
You need not atop to ask the price;
Bacon, Beef. Cheese and Crackers good
I 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 oi Cogniac,
French Brandy, Wine, or something
Or even Wiiskey, if you choose.
But ask the printer for the news.
Come oh, my friends, though I'm nol
I'm just as good, yours,
ZEN US BAXTER.
May 30, 1850. 3m
Latest and Highly Important
10,000 atscke T Caady, wha 15,000
asssfc alaell Kkseea, aader Oesi, iuje
cake, bas lakesa UtcssrssAlt'e Carsser.
NEW CANDY FACTORY.
THE 'undersigned has, established
himself at Litchenfelt's corner, op.
posite the court house, a f enfectlonery,
and keeps at all times on hand a large
assortment of Clarified Candy, Kisses,
dec. Country merchants and dealers
n 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
neateat Cakes forparties, weddings, etc.
(lis principles are. to mase U s Candy
and Cakes good to the satisfaction of :
his customers, for cash, as cheap as in
any city in the West.
" m a s a w in V w
U. W. LtAlDLillv. .
June 20, 1850. 3m
DR. J. SANNS)
OFFERS his professional services to
the citizens of Gallipolis and sur
Office in the brick building between A. .
Leclercq s and J. banns' Store. .
June 6, 1850.
TUST received and for sale by the
,1 subscriber three superior four-horse
Threshing Machines, from the factory
of Sherod 4s Price. For terms en-,
quire at John Sanns' store-
Gallipolis, May 23, '50. 8w
ifTTmTP. T.TMrLfS bbls White
VV V ... nnrl siU
y y iimo jub icwj1
flow by BAILEY & SUMMERS,
April 25, 1850, 4m