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THE NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA.
The New York Tribune eontaina full
particular, by the Crescent City, from
which we make np the following o
count; . .
New placers of immense .value
have been discovered, yielding mors
geld than has heretofore been thought
oi. - v. , - ;
The Pacifi&News of the 15th says,
the burnt district is already partially
ie-Duiit, and stores re-opened.
- The placers are all healthy, nd
the miners doing well.
THE NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. Bloody Doings on the North Fork.
About two weeks ago, a party of
Indians came stealthily upon a few
miners who were sleeping after their
work was over, in their tents, on the
North Fork, some twenty miles
above Auburn: Before the Indians
gave any warning to the whites of
their presence, they killed two,
wounded another, and then succee
. ded in making their escape.
On Friday of last week, a trader,
who was travelling with bis team,
was surrounded by Indians, when
about -fifteen miles 'above Au
burn. The arrows from their bows
took, effect on his person, and he on
ly saved his lite by a precipitous
flight. They carried off his coat,
which he left on his wagon with
600 dollars worth of gold dust in the
pocket. They also robbed his wag
on of the valuable goods it contained,
and killed several of his oxen. The
accounts of these outrages spread
rapidly; and on Saturday last a com
pany of about twenty men, part of
whom were mounted on horses, star
ted from Auburn and Kelly's Bar, in
pursuit of the Indians. They found
them encamped in" a valley, near Il
linois town, about a mile and a half
from the North Fork, and some
twenty miles above Auburn. It was
thought the Indians were a hundred
strong. They were armed with
bows and arrows, and had one gun.
The whites immediately fired upon
them, whereupon they ran, scatter
ing in all directions.
After this the whites were occa
sionally shot at by the Indians, small
parties of whom were found here
and there in ambush, from which
they were driven as oftn as discov
ered. ' Two of the whites were
wounded with arrows, but not fatal
ly. The loss of i the Indians could
not be ascertained. Twenty-five
dead bodies were found, and it is
supposed they concealed and carried
off others of their dead. Among
their dead were found a woman and
child. The party returned to Au
burn, having with them several
scalps, which were exhibited in that
place in the early part of this week.
It is believed by many of the mi
ners that white men are among the
Indians, inciting them to hostilities.
It is pretty certain that a German
doctor has been leading" them on in
some of their attacks.
A meeting was held at Auburnt
last Monday evening, to raise a com
pany of volunteers, lor the purpose
of scouring the country, and making
war upon , the Indians, wherever
found, so long as they maintain a
nosuie position, borne ntteen or
twenty enrolled their names.
THE NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. Bloody Doings on the North Fork. News from the Mining Districts.
We condense from the San Fran
cisco and Stockton papers the fol
lowing particulars as to the differ
Tub Tuolumne Placer. -The riv
er Tuolumne, its tributary gulches
and lands adjoining, are, beyond all
doubt, richer in the precious meta
than any other tract of country o
like dimensions in the known, world
"ft , it m
i no most creauious mind can
scarcely credit the astounding asser
Hons which have been made .with
regard to these placers. The ro
mances of ancient times are at a dig
count; the simple statement of facts
far outwits the most wondrous
dreams of the necromancer.
Miners In many instances have
taken out four and five pounds of
the precious meta? each, in one day.
ua r riday last a lump or pure gold
. weighing four pounds seven ounces
was discovered; and it is now the
general belief that every t'ulch of
the river Tuolumne is equaliy richly
impregnated with the precious met
n j i . ... ..
o-ici jr uay unugs wun li some in
credible story Irom this quarter. But
this morning, Mr. Reynolds, of the
Express otnee, informed us that on
the 6th inst.. near the town ofSono
ra, two other huge" masses of gold,
me one weigning 'Z& pounds 2 oun
ces, and the other 10 pounds 11 oun
ces, were dug irora the placer. "
Columbia. Citt. This is the name
which has been given to a new citv.
. . f t . r -t -
sixuaiea acorn nve mues above the
town of Sonora, and already con
tains a population of 5.000 persons.
The placer at this citv is not
than three miles square. ' On Friday
last, a Mexican found a lump of gold
lying near the ' surface, weighing 4
pounds 7 ounces, and Mr. Mahan
has in his possession a lump weigh
ing 17 ounces, round near the same
8pct The placer has been discover
ed to be of extraordinary depth. One
large hole has been dug to the depth
of 62 feet through red soil of a . vol
canic nature,' and the quartz has not
yet been reached.. Throughout the
whole depth, from six feet below the
surface, gold in great abundance has
betn taken out ,: It is supposed that
the whole area ol this immense pla
cer is of t be same character. From
many holes miners have been taking
out from 4 to 5 pounds of gold per
dy- . .. - . - ,
St at isLACs. Another new pla
cer has been discovered on the Stan
islaus, which is found to bo wonder
fully rich in the precious metal. The
place has not been worked more
than a month, yet several men have
made from ten to fifteen thousand
dollars. One man who had been
only six days at the mines, took out
$1600, which, like a good, dutiful
husband, he has sent home to his
better half. These diggings are on
ly forty miles from Stockton. It is
said that the water is nearly exhaus
ted, and that the miners will be com
pelled to leave.
Mariposa. We have received in
telligence, says the Pacific News, of
the most astounding character, from
the head waters of the San Joaquin ;
we cannot believe the report, and
therefore dare not lay it- before our
readers. However a gentleman
from this office is at the present time
in those parts, and we hope that
next week we shall be able to lay be
fore our leaders an authentic report,
Another paper says, that a mass
of gold and quartz weighing fifty
pounds, was found near Mariposa,
and sold for $1,600.
Auburn Dry Diggings. The mi
ners in tne village or Auburn, near
the North Fork, are doing remarka
bly well. The ravine running
through the town is being dug up,
even to the doors of the stores. Six
men, working a lead in front of Mr.
House's store, took one morning last
week $600 in coarse gold, and have
averaged $100 each, daily, for the
The ground under this store is un
doubtedly very , rich, as the largest
day's work was interrupted only
from the fact that the proprietor of
the store claimed a right to the land
on which his building is situated.
He can be said to have a safe of gold
under his store, and can employ his
leisure moments in digging, until a
customer calls him oft One party
in the ravine near the village took
out $1000 on Wednesday last.
City Placer. It must have sur
prised some of the new comers in
San Francisco, yesterday, to see the
numbers of men on the square, and
along Clay street, picking gold dust
up in the very centre of the city,
and yet it is a veritable fact that it
was gathered in little parcels in both
placers. The query was as to where
it came from was it scattered dur
ing the fire, or is it the natural pro
duct of the soil of San Francisco as
well as the gulches of the Sierra Ne
vada? Seven or eight miles above-
town of Sonoma, another fresh
covery is recorded. Hundreds
flocking to the spot. Indeed,
whole country lying between
Stanislaus and Tuolumne rivers, is
rich in golden treasure. This was
abundantly proven last season.
A large emigration is selling to
wards the uaiaveras mines, among
whom are many from the northern
mines. Near San Antonia, a new
placer has been found, and here mi
ners are making two ounces per day.
Yuba City. According trthe ex
tensive preparations now making,
there will be more gold taken out ol
Feather River alone this season, than
from the whole of California during
the last. Nearly the whole river
and its branches are claimed by com
panies, who have made preparations
on a large scale for making dams on
the new French method, which is by
niung saud bags, made of drilling,
about one yard square.. This makes
a good dam, with a tenth part of the
expense of the old method, and time
of digging a race.
An important discovery has just
been made, which must prove of
great advantage to our city. A few
days ago, Mr. Rex made an excur
sion to the Buttes, distant 12 miles
from this place, over one of the rrrost
lovely and fertile plains in the whole
Sacramento valley. While there, he
came upon a parly of Oregon men,
who were quietly located in the
mountains and engaged in mining.
We already knew that there was gold
iu inese singular mountains, but sup
posed it existed onlv in verv small
quantities; but it would seem, from
the lact that these shrewd Oregon-
tans were" hid away there, that it
must be much more plentiful than
Great Fire ijc Saw Francisco,
The fire in San Francisco broke out
on the fourth of May, in the TJ. S.
Hotel, on Portsmouth Square, and it
being calm, the flames soon spread to
the El Dorndo on one side, and Del-
monico's on the other.. The Veran
dah was next on fire, and the flames
defying all human efforts, rapidly
spreading along Kearney and Wash
ington sts., , . - . - j
At the same time th -fir w
spreading with equal force down Clay
street, house after house falling afc
most as soon as the flames touched it,
tin nnaily every building but two in
the entire block' lying between Clav
and Washington, and Kearney, to
Montgomery streets, were destroyed.
in tne meantime destruction equal
as ureat and rapid was coin? cn
along Kearney j and that portion of
melon .treat ODooaite the
squara. 1-mdiDg that the xinly tna-
thod of staying the destroying ele -
rcent in that direction was in taking
away its food, every house on Du
pont street, from . Washington to
Jackson was torn down. On the
block, not a single building is left
The block below this, toward the
bay, fared but little better. Seven
houses only are left on it. Thus it
will be seen that the very heart of
San Francisco is burnt out. Upon
the thiee several blocks mentioned,
but nine buildings are left standing.
"The Defender of the Constitution."
The great Statesman of New England
addressed the following reply to a letter
of invitation from the Committee of the
late Bunker Hill Celebration. It is as
beautiful as it is patriotic and profoundly
. Washihgtoh, June 13, 1850.
. Gentlemen: You cannot doubt that it
would afford me the utmost pleasure to
be at Charlestown, on the 17th inst., to
celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary
of the Battle of Bunker Hill. -
In addition to " the great interest,
which the occasion itself must naturally
excite, I confess I should be glad 1o
nave an opportunity of sayirg some
J- . 1 . -kl c If
8acWtts m n.swHl undoubted lymeet
together on that day at the foot of the
monument. Those words would be few;
but they would express what I think to
be the duty of every Massachusetts man,
and every true American, in the present
crisis of the country; and they would
proceed from a heart full of anxiety for
the future, not the far distant future, but
for the immediate future; and from a
spirit, resolved, in tho face of all perils
and careless of personal consequences,
to make every effort in my power, to up
hold the Constitution, as it is, and the
Union as it is, to defend them against
all assaults, open or covered, and to ex
ert every faculty I possess to persuade
all honest and patriotic men, north and
south, to stand between the assaults of
extreme factions, and the Constitution of
their countiy, and stay the plague.
Eat, gentlemen, my public duties
leave me no option. 1 must remain
I thank you, gentlemen, for your ci
vility and kindness, and remain with true
Your obedient servant,
G. Washington Warren, Esq.,
. This letter was accompanied by the
Bunker Hill Monument. May it
crumble to the dust, before it shall look
down upon a country dishonored, dis,
graced, and ruined, by the breaking up,
by sacrilegious hands, of that Union
which has secured its liberty, fostered
its prosperity, and spread its glory and
renown throughout the world.
Mr. Webster also forwarded this sen
timent with a letter, stating his inability
to be present
Bunker Hill and Yorllown The
opening struggle and the crowning tri
umph of the same great contest for
American Liberty. May a common
glory in the past, a common pride in the
present, and a common interest in the
future, keep them always united under
tne nag of a common country
Mr. Berrien, the Senator from Geor
gia, regretted he could not attend, and
added in his letter:
.' I regret this the more, because the
moment is propitious to the interchange
of those kindly courtesies, which ought
tc exist between the citizens of this
greet Republic and especially because
the occasion of your assemblage, vivid
ly recalling to recollection the patriotism
of our ancestors, will serve to strength
en the bond which unites us as one peo
ple, and to increase your devotion to
that glorious charter of our liberties,
which is the fruit of their labors and our
common and priceless heritego Esto
Strength op the Sword Fish. An
other illustration of the well known pow
er ahd agility of the sword fish, the for
midable enemy of the whale, was dis
covered by the workmen engaged in. re
pairing the brig Leonidas, whaler, at this
port, a day or two since. In searching
for the cause of a leak which had oc
curred during her last voyage, it was
found that the side of the vessel had
been penetrated quite through, including
the copper sheathing and two thickness
es of solid oak plank, not less than five
inches, by the sword of one of these fish.
The sword was about twelve inches in
length, and had produced a seam by
splitting the plank at its entrance. It
was broken off smoothly at the side of
the vessel. New Bedford Mercury. '
Cox left Columbus, in
this State, on the 12th inst., and came
to this city. He purposed to come
here to purchase goods, beins a mer
chant, and well known af -his Dlaee
of business in. Dele ware, O. He has
not been heard of since. His father
came on of fate, and is now in this
city, but can find no trace of his son.
The lost man had a large amount of
money wun mm, and foul clav is
suspeciea. j. u. uox had on when
ast sesn, biack pants and blue coat.
He is about twentv-fi ve years of age,
iikih LuiuuioxiuD, jicni Drown nair.
and is about five feet five inches high.
Any information concerning him will
be thankfully received- Cin. Com.
A Gem. We find the following 'arith
metical' least, by a schoolmaster, in one
of our exchanges:
"The fair daughters of America-
may they add virtue to beauty, subtract
envy irom tnendship, multiply, amiable
accomplishments by sweetness of tem
nn.v. .nj, J j.t ,t ,.. , 1 '
per, divide time by sociability and econ
l " iuuva Bunuuni lij iu i (lWRRI I
l An Anvzsrvns or Old Age. The
'Boston Post,' of the 23d ulu, says:
Among the passengers who arrived
here on Saturday last hi the barke
Eagle, from St. John's, Newfound
land, was Michael Mulloy, aged 103
years. He is a native of Kilkenny,
Ireland, which place he left eghty-
two vears a?o. - He comes to this
country to visit his children, and is
going firstto Providence, R. I., where
one of them resides, and then hopes
to reach Michigan, where he will
meet another. He enjoy fine health,
and says he never lost a night's sleep
on account of sickness yet. He
walks with a firm step, and his eye
sight is keen enough to enable him to
thread a fine cambric needle with
out the use of spectacles." ,
Steamer Sold. Yesterday morning
the steamer Anne Lmmngton was sold
at public sale; she now lies at the lower
wharf. She was purchased by Copt.
James Hamilton, for the snm of 98,300
The Anne LinDington is a new boat,
and admirably adapted to run In the low
water season. Lou. Lour.iSlh,
The Dignitt of tde Profession.
In London etiquette forbids a physician
from applying the lancet; he must send
for "a surzeon, who is considered an
humble individual. A gentleman invi
ted a physician to dine with him in the
country; as they were riding out to
gether, the gentleman was attacked with
an apoplectic fit; it was necessary to
bleed him, but the physician would not
do it; it was beneath his professional
dignity. v He rodo on to his dinner, and
sent a surgeon to bleed his friend, who
found him dead. .This is like the
"fashionable" who regretted he had not
had an introduction to a drowning man,
that he might have saved bis life.
Quick Wit. One of the readiest re
plies we - ever heard was made by an
Irish laborer. A gentleman travelling
on horseback, "down Kast, came upon
an Irishman who was fencing in a most
barren and desolate piece of land:
"What are you fencing in that lot for,
fat?" said he. "A herd of cows would
starve to death on that land!"
"And sure, your honor, wasn't I fen
cing it to kape the poor bastes outiv it!"
Taking a Hint. "Zeb," said a chap
to his chum, the other day, "it seems to
me you didn't stay long in Squire Fol
ger's last night." ' .
"No," was the reply, "I was savin
a few pleasant things to bis daughter,
and the old man came in and gave me a
nint to go.
"A hint, Zeb, what sort of a hint!"
'Why, he gave me my hat, opened
the door, and just as he began to raise
his cowhide boot, I had a thought that I
wasn't wanted, and so I 1 took my
Household Service of the Dog. I
say, stran-er,' scid a cottage urchin
to a yankee peddler, 'don't you whis
tle that ere dog away.'
Why, he ain't of no use no how;
he is too ugly.'
'O but he saves heaps of work.'
Why he always licks the plates
and diblies so clean that they never
want washing and mammy savs
she wouldn't part with him no how,
for our new dog am t eot used to
There are two ways of gaining a rep
utation; Jo be praised by honesMnch
or abused by rogues.
A Gentle Hint. Young tip'ers
should get the following by heart:
Men brandy drink, and never think
1 hat cirls at all can tell it;
They don't suppose a woman's nose
Was ever made to smell it.
THE AMERICAN LIVE STOCK
Charter unlimited; granted Jan. 2d, '50
CAPITAL 50,000 DOLLARS.
For the Insurance of Horses, Mules
fnze hulls. Sheep and Cattle, of eve
ry description, against the combined
risks of fire, Water, Accidents, and
Disease. Losses paid in 30 jays after
prooi oi aeatn. -
Jos. G. Bowman, I John Wise.
H. Decker, m. d., Alvin W. Tracy.
Isaac Mass, Hon. A. T. Ellis,
ueorge V. Hay, Abm. Smith,
Hon. Thomas Bishop.
JOS. G. BOWMAN, Pres't,
B. S. Whitney, Sec'y.
Wm. Burtch, Treasurer. -V.
M. FIROR, Agent,
Office, Star House, Gallipolis, O.
April 18. 1850. ly
LATE AND HIGHLY IMPOR.
TANT FROM CUBA.
Laaa'ta Ci. Laavs a4 (0.000 Irtm
m auraaatMl HCTalatlaa, ml caaa,
mm m mm wwmj mm HHCTi
Qridleys Patent Atmospheric
rpmSDASHRR . is on the principle
1 oi me Aimospnenc Churn, but is
much mora simple of construction, ea
sier kept clean, worked with less labor,
can be used in common Chutns, and,
withall, comes mucn cheaper, and ex
eeeds any thing of the kind ever yet in
vented.. All that is necessary is to give
a lair trial.
' F. MATHERS, .
Patentee for Gallia county.
May SO, 1850. ' ' - :
. LUMBER YARD.
A hirge .toek Whit Pine SHlNGLESund
wuoned BOARDS, every vmrielr of thick.
nest and length, in yard, west end of 6tate
itreet. neat tbe upper Chickimoga Bridge, for
BIV UJ ' ' - - -. V- - . . -
May 2, '50. 3m , H. FISHER.
WHITE LIME 25 bbla White
Lime jual received, and for-aalA
towbj BAlL,t;i Si SUMMERS, .
April 25. 1850, 4ra
m nil Hwiirlntot nd ernttaarf
mt bumxa tMDtiv-: ud, -mtf winta fc-w vrm
lb Im m ton inj'rto in iWy I nop lb
Ooai ot tttat tWatroyor. But M
4m tvnr of tbe mat iVwayy lut mU aVrrf wt
naflV f BLMOSIAKT CoWSCMFTIIIM ii. Aiwa fid uij
erf mitwaUd md aiiiirW LL'NiS orb Hftrxistf 'airi tm
mm fcetur cured br tty ocber aneUtoja. tie rtov
y fciarnw were wommf the afflicted Brona, m to ba
eetrprooaa&ctl by pvmemm mad fnenJa ao be actvaL
Lt DYiJes. 6ooktt, wbo eeri tbeir bunei-clocrtee aude, har
been eared, and yet Lire ; othera, wbo U waa amid waatd
mat live anaabar day, are now a well and aeeitj a
. h poae'aeai iH tb cteexMinjr ard pariyinr Trfteee eemiy
aa powerful aud acuve aa tbe preparaxtua wbica we call
RANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT.
Tbe Pa-ham differ frm the Extrart. Wttcn tt poeeftee
mimj mtiuthnm wac ere pmrmixartf ediyilea' to, ad era
Uttflf a miwiimp " V
COUGHS AND CONSUMPTIONS,
of a palmonaTT Berore ea?& dis r am aa
fetal nadtf ordiaarj. Mcettmwni, ween ttery
Breast, Throat, lonp, tnd Heart
- Thto BALSAM HXiU AKttcracsrucTiwta H LVyc,,
end laewhre in remedy, ae trrtatnli mmd a. mt Po
Kirnm Ext.ct we and hmtt nicer erwrso. Ttaia
Balsam cureajiiMfc eovet of Cornk and Conrmptm out of
TftM, alter ail other moediee are JatiH a eoed.
Thousands of Consumptions
ead Crear iTeay abe ad entry prm Ita majmivt 4faere
fa eocti dieeaftee, and ita uodoubted curative power, and
suotbiair, bealtac proi-Tti, the tp'lowmjr complaiata
and dteeaaea, ru.: Sptttim? & HLmU hLetmUng ol O Laua.
oh m ftW Area mmd SuU, AiysJ-NnmtJa. Sm-mm Com
pitnmt, PaipHmtmm oj Ik Hmr I keltrm btfMsU-m, DyMav
cry and SsMMf CeriftuUi la CWlrca and en its au4
ALL f KMALK W'tUAXCUK,
A DYING WOMAN CURED I
We atate tfafa enre, to prove tbe vewmt to un lit
when this BALSAM w awd, evee after tbe pereua ia ow
awtwedey aAeiirieai mmdjrmtd.lv be ia tbe iattfaaaeoi e
ntiawaTw artiiauly DTland, ia ibia caea, so ril cone,
aw aw atioio mmd atnuAiCLOTHU errv eaeyaf.' Par
tbe eerfaniiars of tots c, and tbe rtmttmbU mud eadoa&l.
mi rw of all tbe ciraimafnree aad facta, we refer to our
Tbia cure waa eSected an Mia. ZTBA DYKEMAN, of
BaUtlom Spa, Smrmtopm Coeefy, S. '. We rma prove, be.
yond a doulK, way othm, mimott mptrnVw aastWaea. and
UMwurmbU case J CJ mmd Vimmtmptton CL'KKU,
vbkcfi were mronommerd mmtmrmbU by SaULrut, rHTsjciAJU.
A DOCTOR CURED!
DR. J-W. FRENCH, mf UHbdrtlt, Wadair tvewry. JtfidW,
eon, about the let of January. 184, wrote aa hiioa i
have heea bi tbe refular practice ot medicine ra thie place
for aii e years, but waa obliged to quit tbe practice of my
proft-eion in coneauare of ul health. I w u ao eeverely
arflwrd wita a Cmronie JJemaw trnt Lmmgm, m (DcoavoM-e
aae t at I HAD THE CoKttJMmoM, past duuU. 1 cuuvhed
almo-4 inceweaoLhr, nigirt and day. and bad serine paina and
aoreuraa in aiv clievt, aide, and brvatrt. 1 tried Ute renie
diea recommended by the tnoet aiuHul of t).e pro return,
ail to no etiect, exceptiaaT the nauatia and debility e.ui
by them. 1 we prvjudrced arauwi patent medtctnea, and
have ao nutb now in Uw-m gcaerauly. But 1 waa Didacvd
mm an experiment, more u.an ttmiush fniib to enr a bot
tie of BRANT'S INDIAN 1'l LMONAJt.Y BALSAi : aud
1 do bere eckao jrledye, for tbe bene at of tbe arficuU or
wbum it aiay eerve, that tbe edect of its nae on me wu
tbe noet pr"trt and salutary of any a eUicinea 1 ever
wmrsated the floct of in aa my practice. &ievmah aoS
medaUiy rwitewmX and Is about eiffbt or ten days i waa
free fr ms cuugb, aoreneae of tbe OkmL, and pain, acd DOW
Ctnuler and jtreaowam mipdf will Man
Jr. JTrencb u bow a repcciauie dni(triat at Billed sie.
FITS, FITS, FITS.
Measrx J. K. L1PPINCOTT 4t SOU. Mpeetabk.- ner
hanta at HdJyrort. Suliirm tvawry, PrMtyi.-tjmta wrote W
aa. May 12, IU4,aialinjr, among otber bf.kkfits which had"
been derived from uW use or BRANT'S FCLMONARY
BALSAM, inat one of tiir customers bad just informed
them Uiat ber child, which had been subject to fits or
ww-rmi yrera, waa cared by the aea-ef Bbamt's BALSAM
Would soon be in a Grave.
Mr. WILLIAM D. JENNINGS, a merchant at
Cawtrr, Atkutimim eommtm, Omim. wrote to ua, October 2. IMS.
and staled mreof CoMstrMrrtoM which the umr t( Bra nTt
JMHAS PI I.MOSARY BALSAM had effected m Mr.
WILLIAM C'ROCKKT. of an eoniinfr town. He aaid
Mr. Crorh:n had soubt relief from tbe best physicians and
Burner. ajs medicinea. but f(und eone, lir the tmiaJ bind of
tnat anreleatinr moaater, CmnmMiom, bad taken fkM bold
oo bta vitai. and wra ao detruyui( and debiJuat or b
body, that be waa a w ru neietuo. He waa enve p by
bia i physician and all fiteml. a one who woutd soon tea
habit a year. But even in U.U. test extremitr, strange and
anarvellous as it may seem, vet u true, Uiat the ue of
onlrrebo of Bba!tsJN1H AN PULMONARY BAL
CAM I tea unrJenchnd tbe hand of the deeuuver, and reeton4
Mr. Crocket to bealLb, ana be Is bow a ktxith,kmirt1t rmm
$td ataa .'
8. D. DAVN, Eq mtrrftant and ptmtmmtttrmt Jrfermm,
an adtotninr town, wrote to aa about the wm time, an4
et:ed tlmt he wsj acquainted with Mr. Cbockkt. aud law
mAmi at km coa. mmd mtt tar mmommmmmsd met.
Could not Live a Day longer !
Meawre. E. B. CALDWFLL It ( O., of Vrw Omyo. f
leapw C'o N. K, revraBctsjUednirriaca, wrote to aa: W
have irt beard, through Mr. W 'Qiteman, a rec pectable citl
aea of this p ace, of so toiportant cure of ' onsumptto-
which Bract's lnotAW Pclmonar v Balsam baa produced
acj ue wife of aa acqneiutance of hie, wbo reit in lam i
towa of PaM-rrno, rn this county. She had been lone eoa
ined to ber bed. and was so dantreruuslv diaeaaed. tiiat her
fi ien.1 behpvrd it impoaeibln for her to nvaonttoiONR
DAY LONGER. But. when ;i other hcue uttatriv
a corcrneoced lakmr HRA.rs PVI.MOyAHY BAll
BAM, and ita medical emcacT has rataed her from a DT
IMC skd, ao Uiat atie is now yotmp amowt mmd mtUmdinm
her 4omtf kowhoid af-nrt am t dmt m. She erknowied -ea.
and : it bTrryeTHlent.tnat be j indebted to Brant's BAL
SAM fur ber recovenr (rum Urn, mrnvmrm. And tnn.,.
r. Klrc-sa . auru urr iraCUUaaa BetlCal
rtghlKira consider that owd-
RAISED FROM THE GRAVE.
Meeera. PRATT It FOSTER. werdWrart. of WtH Carm
aiL Owe-, said BRAST'8 BALSAM had effected cuwa
of such brpeleaa cnaea of Conscmption In their town, that
bow ao other courh-medicine could be sold there; that it
had raitmd spam m if from Vu cravk aome that phvaiciaoa
and all the fnervi aud ML'ST PIE' One eemle'man, ta
peruenlv. waa so tar rone, that his phmH'ian totd buu at
Waa aaeian b takt mmm avr mtdxm. "lie Ua, traca mm
hopt ana Uft, beean to take BRANTS BALAAM-oT
WaM-L ami it aw a as wtil as aver kt aw .'
Many Consumptions Cored.
Mr. 8. H. CLARK, merchant, Clyde, ft'ife pnwfy. 57 TL
wrote to tnOrni ua that MRAVTri PL'LMONARt BAL
SAM sold ivadjjy at Clyde, and said : If tbe stsiementa
of aome of our moat reeprctal.la people, and peraoual, via
ible keowk-dfra, ean be relied on. ita medtcai vlnuea War
cared egmnmptttm auia aereral of whom 1 an aa.
auaated with, who were en liupeleealr ick aa to be coq-
idered, by pliysicians a
i all f
Cure; and yet, tbe facta are, BRANT'S B
iat a poealbiltty of
atorad them to rEataXT ucalth.
eiorea uiem to ttmtiLQT ucaxth."
LUNGS ELED-IrlUST DIE!
Mr. Z. 8. TTRRT. mrrmt. Jtymm. eowtf, K
wrow. AuimMlim: "BRANT'S MEDICINE u detne
wonder, here. It hmm cured a mu of CommmpUtm that aa
tb pliT.iciana liad Mid mvmt dir. V. Dfi be commenced
tak'JiK Brant't Medktne, he cuokl not rmiM him band ta
hi. brad ; be bUd at tke Iwyt, and every voiptcHB aeemed
te indicate that be era dne; but. eatonulilnir to all. be ie
aow able to labor, and ride all over the county, lie need
eajy fit. bottle,. It baa al cured a young lady of Com.
muHptitm In Orlcana county, wuidt ber lather aaya aedontsr
eo-d mi "
Mr. MILLER, a nerrhant of the raise place, baa caru
fied to the truth of tbe above eutemeui.
- Vas believed past Cure!
Mr. CORNELIUS H. SMITH, merchant. CoO. ffre,
trie Ca, A'. V, January la. IMS. aatd : " Your BRANTS
INDIAN PULMONARY BALSAM and BRANTS TV.
RiyYINO EXTRACT are nearly all eotd. and I warn Ira.
aiedialely u ther aupply, for they aeil nore rapidly, and
S better eatmcutiom, tlian all the other medlcinea we nave
r eaie. Tbe Pulmomaiy BaUam hae raued a lady bent
from a bed of daneeroue and eevere aiduieM, wlifrh all
tfte doctora bad fm ap aa 1.ci'.abi.k. Tbey aaid aba
KVST ma wun a Cmnrmpton of la. Layjm. AfW ail had
Eronounced the caae HOPELESS, aba comawaeed laaiac
HAXTS BALSAM and bow a. a meU."
na BvMMEa l.OMrLa I MTa. in tmtdrem or frewa
No .Bother seed ever mearn tbe death of ber cfaOd by
thai chiad-drAtroyinir com p taint, wben imtthimm tn wara
Wttather ChoUrm Ifrntmr or what fa railed Scmmr
ConrLAirfT if 44 BRANTS PULMONARY BALAAM"
beadmuiiaterrdtothecbild. lt ahould, however, ia Z I
awn, am aara ia nrew as tarjm ponons aa me airrcttooa OS
aeon booie nreeenbe. anui tae complain! la checked.
Forsalaby MAGCET Sc NARET. Galli
pons; o. i. uuey, fatnot; HoUiday Sl Wad
neu, rorier: Ubaiel at Kathhun. MTIk..;il.
5. Wilson. Burlington; J. II. C. Miller, Jack.
wn- aievenson. Winchester: J. F.. Vh
man, Berlin; E. Ilamota. liamnrlen- fi w
Cooper &. Co.. Chester; D. Reed, Pcmeroy : p'
in .. 1-etreL t.rahm's Station W T..kk-
. . . , - . . . . .
the State. All letters and ordure mini h
oy arenis in nearly even t-
anorcsseaio Wallace , Vo., 106 Broadway,
.31,1830. wlamly '
TTTEAPPING PAPER. A Pood r.
t V "tide on hand and for sale low for
cash, or in exchange for Bags.
vijCiunNKis, WASH oe CO,
May 16, 60. if ' ' , .
RICHARD'S HIMSELF AGAIN."
rilllE subscriber takes this opportunity of
luioTtBing ins men rts and citizens gener
tnat ae has reumed his former oeeutmtinn
HOUSE, SIGN sod ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING and GLAZING, and Jiopea, by
prompt attention, to business, to merit their
Odd Fellows' and Free Masons' Aprons ex
ecuted with neatness and dupatca.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Paper Hanging done with neatness and dis
patch. Shop -over Mr. Mathers' Tia Shop,
door to Mr. Venier's.
J. W. BROWN.
Msy 2, 1650.-1 . . '
AMaVtriw hWM CastwsJ
; STAB 311 LIS
CLENPINENNASII & CO.,
MA.TVrACTCRS Ot ,
Booh and Printing Paper.
... Also .
Dcatlcra la Itvr, Cmmmum Wraapiag r
ri Kaaka, ailaaary, Ace, -
Gallipolis, Ohio. '
Tho highest market price paid for Bags.
Feb SI '60. It
DR. G. Y. .L1YESAY,
Graduate of the Universities of Vir
ginia and New York,
Offers his professional services in
MEDICINE, SITRGERY i MIDWIFERY
To tho citizens of Gallipolis and its
. vicinity. -omcB
ox Faoxr stieet, Sd doo
a BOTE COIEXIN'S HOTEL.
Feb. 7, '50 6m
DR. J. P. SAFFORD,
PHTflCIA, MITK6BO.X, BK.1TIST,
Office on Third street, formerlv occu
pied by Jas. II. Uebard. '
II ANNA &
Will both attend the
Courts in Gallia
Office in Star House.
Hat and Cap
M A NUFACTOR Y.
THANKFUL for past favors would
respectfully inform the public that
he continues manufacturing all kinds
of Hats and Caps which he is selling
low for cash, at his establishment only,
Star House. Public Square.
Beware of Counterfeits.
I would say that he docs not furnish
any Hats or Caps by the dozen to any
.establishment in Gallipolis. He also
warrants hats to be free from cotton.
Sept. 20. '49 18 wtf
F. & V. M. FA BER,
(Successors to E. F. Fabor,)
Llbrrly at acmr ihc t'r.aal Baala, Pliufc'h.
FNG1XE Builders, Irn Founrifr., tnd
Machine card and Woolen Machine Manufac
turer, have constantly on hand and build any
description of Engines, nuitaMe for grist
mills, taw mills, hnrk mills, salt well., factories,
Slo , tnrethcr with ererr description of ma
chine eastings; also. tarda for woolen and cut
ton machinery, single and double wool carding
macntnes, wool inciters, and woolen marnine
ry, of all descriptions, and of the latest im
provements and best style of workmanship
among which are condensers, spinning jacks,
shearing, knapping, and brushing machines,
broad and narrow, power looms, spindles, press
screws, press poolers. Fuller's stoves, comb
pi ute, card plyers, enrd cleaners, revolving and
vibrating spear blades, and most other articles
required by manufacturers, carders, cloth dres
sers. See., fcc.
F. Si. V. Faber would renectfiilly invite the
attentien of person visiting this cicy for the
puryo'e or purchasing Steam bngtnes and
Boilers, to their establishment. They pay
particular attention to this branch of their
business, and keep constantly on band finished
a large stock of r.ngine .Machinery, ranging
iran three to sixtyho.se power, which, for econ.
omy of fuel, strength and workmanship, enm.
pare favorably with any manufactured in the
Inited States- Particular attention given
to tbe construction of saw mill engines, for
which we have pntterns made expressly.
r.ngines, complete, furnished at ten days
Orders from all parts ol the country prompt,
ly executed. 744 6in
GALLIPOLIS STOVE DEPOT
AND HOUSE FURNISHING ES.
At the sign of tho STOVE.
Next door to Millie's Corner,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
Cooking, Parlour, Urn, and other
..different patterns of Stores; Japan
ned, Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron. Brats, tnd
Zinc Ware; Kendera; Bird Cages; Lard
Lamps; Safes; and Bathing Apparatus.
He would inform the public that be con
tinues lo manufacture and keep on hand
n A CT, . . . .
' tIie OiUereDt BrtlCleS CODnOCted With
Country merchtntt are requested to call
send their orders and they will find bis
prices uniform and cheaper than either
Cincinnati or Pittsburgh.
Marking plate ent in the neatest man
ner, and particular attention pi yen to Job
Work, House Spouting, and Repairing,
Kanawha Republican and Jackson
Standard publish to amount of fire dol
lars, ssch, and charge this office.
Gallipolis, Feb. 14, '50. Aug 21
The subscriber Saving sous-lit the entire in
terestofjoba Hutsinpiller in tke business ol
Ianglcyand ilutsinpiller, will continue the
business oi trading in merchandize and pro
duce at the '
where be expects to receive regular sunpli
H - IT 1 . ' '
rona lue caai, oi an goods usually brought
to this place for sale. And also from
fittsburgh and Cincinnati, suck -.articles
as are usually bro't -from
Hs has now on hand s general supply of -
All kinds of Goods.
has generally been kept in tke House foi
and would respectfully solicit a call from
wishing to purebaiw.
Cash paid for Oats, reheat. Flax-seed and
WM. H, LANGLET.
Apr, 5, 184?. 93wtf
KECICAL DEPASTMEXT. ,
X'.'a regular eours at LtrtuMis xbm ia ,
Itlldla Will enain..a
ember, and continue until the last of Febru.
ry. Tha Aaatomieal Dcpartsoswt will 1
opened aad rxad, t Meet. .tsdata b; afca ;
first ot Oc lobar. Tha Madieai r-Mt(C.t .
Will be under to iJV,ctio of tns tteoij "
Z. Freeman- 4L D tVrlWs at i a atomy s ,
R. S. Newton, M .D, fr'aao at Surgery.
H. J. Hulew, M. D-. Fraiassoc sf Tiaror and
Practice of Medicine. .,..'
W. Byrd Powell, M. -X. Prafenec ef Physi-
ology, Patbalogr, Mineralogy aad 'Geology,
. J. King, M D, Professor of Materia MedU
oa. Therapeutics and Medical J urispcudemee ( -
J. Milton Finders, A. it., rrotsssoc er Cceia-
iatrysDAi Phajmacy. d ..
J A. Wilson. M. D.. Professor of Obstet
rics and Diseases of Women and Cbildien. -
Cuirins Lectthm. "
Medicine Profesror H: J . Huloa. ,
Surgery Prof. R. 8 . Newton.
Z. Freeman, M. D., Anatomical Demons tra-
The fees lot a full course cf lectures amount
to f 105.
i-ach rrofestor's Ticket CIS. MalrteulaUoa .'
5 00. Demonstrator's Fee 10 dollar, Grad
uatioa 20 3ller.
Those desiring further information will '
please er2reis their letters (post-paid) to the
Dean ; and students arriving in tbe city will
please call on him at the Commercial HoteL
R. S. NEWTON, M. D.
Dean uf the Faculty:
Law Depart oeeau
Hon. E. W. M. King, Professor of Theory
and Practice of La a.
John Deia&eld, Eiq- Professor of Commer
Tims 51 dollars per Session.
. All communications pertaining to this De
portment must be addressed to
E. W. M. KING, Esq.
Memphis, Tenn March, 18o0,
The Ferulties, for intellectual abilities,
moral worth and professional acquirements,
will compare favorably with tbe most distin
guished in our country. Tbe medical faculty
constitutes an anomaly in this or any other
country ell of tbe in are able lecturers and tha
best of teachers. v
Those who will contemplate our geographi
cal position, and the extent of our population,
ran hate no doubt as to the eligibility of out
situation for an enterprise of tbe kind. As
to health, including all seasons of the year, wa
deny that any other city has more.
A ctium in error exists in the minds of many
students relative to the place of studying med
icine; those who intend practicing among the
diseases of the West and South should cer
tainly educate themselves at a school whoso .
Faculty are practically acquainted with those
That the public may be satisfied of the per
manency of this school, we feel it our aaty ta
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. KING,
President of the Memphis Institute,
. Feb. 38, 1830. ly .
JAY A. VAX YLECK,
THANKFUL for past patronage, would
respectfully inform tbe public that be
will continne hia business in Gailipolis,
O., OH TbsKORAPB BTKCET, BrPIREND.of
FLOWERED DOUBLE COVERLETS
in a superior style and on short no'.ice.
Having carried on business in this plae
for some length of time, he feels assured
in staling that be can please all who ma
favor hint with a call.
iVolice 120 cuta ofyarnfor a pai.
of Coverlets: half of the number of cola
may be cotton yarn, should the owner not.
choose to bare them all wool. Cotton
yarn can be bought in Gallipolis, prepar
ed for Corerleta. The reader will please
notice that he has just received some W
patterns1, and will continne to receive
aew stylea aa they come oat.
Prices The same aa heretofore.
Vis: 9o per pair.
Wool will be taken in exebanrw
for weaving. Persons living near tha
river can aend their yarn, directed lb
Jat A. Van Ylece, Gallipolia.O,
June 88. 1849. flCwtf
N HAND and for sale bv the subsm
Hall II Spesr's Paten t Lever Pfoarhs ao. 4. ft.
"in . in. a . il. n ' n . l .'iir.i bv. a, I tx, o.
L ; r i. ri, - , .1 . ,
" Wrournt Shear, - 1. 4. A. 5.
Gallipolis east Ploughs, Miller's Patent.
rittsburgb" . Letter
V, Sl A.
Extra Points of every description usually call
Land Side, .
. 100 bbls N. O. Molasses.
60 h t "
75 bbls Sugar.
And a general assortment of other GrooTS
Apr. 5.1RI9, 95wtMT
This establishment is now in full esetatieo
and tbe proprietors beve spared. peine ee
expense to procure the best sad most approves
machinery, and have ia their esaptoy
The most Experienced vsorimen.
and therefore will manufacture as GOOD
GOODS, as csa be procured in this conntre
snd at as low prices. They are also orepared X -
Card Rolls, Spin, Weave JFull, Drts
and finish Cloths. Shawls.
OR ANY KIND OF GOODS
customers, at vary low rates, bai ia ail
cases the wool must be brought clean.
By strict attention to business and a tie
termination to give general satisfaction, tha
proprietors expect a liberal share of the pass
patronage. Merchants from kosne or abroad,
invited to call and examine tbe goaea
manufactured at the Union Mill before pur
Chasing elsewhere. '
r.S. Price For Carding Koil. nits, Se .
Mixed. 6 to 7e; Carding aad Spinning, 15e,
other work in proportion.
Liberal prices paid for wool at th
(rsllipolis .apr. t, ichkj. j
LANK DEEDS and MOETGU.
GES, just printed, and for sale a
. BOOK STOEE. .
iTay .16 tf - .
CAP and LETTER PAEER.--Tbe
abscrlbers have on hand, and are
aelling as low as can be bought in the
fine and common Letter and Cap
Call and see.-
CLENDINEN, NASH & CO.
Maj 16, 'W-tf