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Philadelphia, Aug. 19th.
Dur'ng a fire in the southwest part of
toe city, yesterday morning, a Swiss
watch-case maker was shot dead by an
Irishman, who was arrested and com
mitted to answer the chaige of murder.
New Orleans, Aug. 15th.
Corn dull with tales at 60 to 60 cents.
Prime Wheat 75c.
Washington, Aug. 19th.
Hon. John M. Davis. U. S. Commis
sioner to China, arrived in this city last
Boston, Aug. 19th.
In 1st district but a small rote up to
the present time. S. A. Elliot, Whig,
will doubtless be elected. In second
district, C. F. Upham, Whig, will
probably be elected, and it is thought
there will be no choice in the fourth
district Polls closed at sun set
Pittsburgh, Aug. 20.
Three feet water in the channel,
and rising slowly. Weather cloudy.
The telegraph line beyond Ports
mouth is again out of order, consequent
ly we are without our usual dispatches.
Jackson Coal and Marble.
The coal measures of the county
of Jackson, distant from 12 to 36
miles from this city, including the
intermediate space, are not only rich
in the heavy carbonaceous, bitumin
ous coals, but there are spots and
large ones too, in which the cannel
(or candle) coals are found. In one
locality, about a mile west of Jack
son Court-House, there is a layer of
coal of the latter description, which
challenges the admiration of behold
ers. Large blocks of the best quali
ty are strewn over the surface of the
ground, the out-crop of the strata a
few feet beneath the earth's surface.
Through the politeness of Franeij
Campbell, Esq., of this city, an op
portunity was afforded us, this morn
ing to examine a remarkably fine
specimen of coal from this mine, sent
Mr. C. by Gen. Cissna, of Jackson
county, whose father-in-law is pro
prietor of it This coal will take fire
from a lucifer match, and burns free
ly with a beautiful yellow flame.
The smoke emits far less of odor
from the bitumen consumed, than
heavier coals and thus the cannel
coal is especially suitable for sick
room and parlor fires. It is not, how
ever, (as we have stated in previous
articles,) so valuable for generating
steam, or for forge purposes, where
great heat is needed, as the heavier
bituminous stone coals. According
to the analysis of Professor Mather
and his assistants, embodied in the
Ohio Geological Reports, this latter
description of Jackson coal is more
valuable for most utilitarian pur
poses, (will make more coke) than
the famous Brownsville, or any oth
er Western coal, except only that
from l particular mine in Portage
The mineral riches of Jackson co
within ten hours ride of this city, are
immense incalculable! As yet,
however, they are undeveloped, ow
ing to the difficulty of approaching
them.- The opening of the S. & H.
Valley Railroad, from Portsmouth to
Jackson Court-House; the comple
tion of the Chillicothe and Gallipolis
Turnpike, from this city to the mines;
or the building of a Plank Road from
the mines to this city; either would
inevitably enure to the uncounted
benefit of the county of Jackson.
The lapse of twenty years will wit
ness a wonderful change in these
Besides the cannel coal of Jackson
county, there is another large bed in
the west, which an enterprising east
ern company has purchased, and
has commenced working on a large
scale. We allude to the Kanawha
field, the coal from which is becom
ing very popular in New Orleans
Louisville and Cincinnati.
Near the Jackson cannel roal beds,
is a quarry of excellent black mar
ble so cood that Mr. Wells, the
architect of the new Statehouse, at
Columbus, has expressed himself fa
vorable to its use for the flooring of
that great edifice. Lhu. Ixaz.
SINGULAR SUICIDE IN KENTUCKY.
The Richmond (Ky.) Chronicle of
the 1st gives the following account
of a singular suicide in that region
On Friday evening last, Erskine
fiantrv committed suicide in this
county, by taking strichnine. He
was a young man who had, until
within a very short time, borne a fine
character, tie was related to some
of the most respectable citizens of
onr county, and was esteemed by bis
acquaintances. A number of mules
had been unlawfully removed from
their owners in the county, and af
ter dilligent search some of them
were found; and suspicion fastened
upon him as depredator. 1 Be was in
company with several gentlemen at
the time he took the poison, .and af
ter taking it, confessed, and said he
could not live with such a charge
against him. The heart of our whole
community sympathises with his fam-1
ily and friends. Peace to his ashes.
' rTPThe Maty Blane has been
compelled to pay $750 damages for
sinking a salt boat at rortiand, ny,
SINGULAR SUICIDE IN KENTUCKY. From Washington.
The Cabinet is now full. Mr.
McKennan, of Pa., Secretary of the
-. i r v
Interior, and Air. ivonraa, oi ija
Secretary of War.
Senate. The California bill was
Mr. Jefferson Davis proceeded to
enter his solemn protest against pas
sing this bill; he considered it equiva
lent to the Wilmot proviso; a great
outrage upon the South, and a fla
grant aggression upon the rights of
minority, ay everything sa
cred and desirable he invoked for
bearance. He contended that the
fate of the Union hung suspended
upon the passage of the present Cal
Mr. Clemens rose next and stated
his objections to the bill.
Mr. Houston spoke at length, jus
tifying his vote for the bill.
Messrs. Davis of Miss., Barnwell
and Houston continued the debate
on the Nashville Convention.
Mr. Cass replied to some remarks
of Mr. Clemens.
The bill was then passed yeas 34,
Mr. Butler gave notice that on to
morrow the minority would ask
leave to enter on the journal their
The House had the appropriation
bill under consideration.
Senate, Aug. 14. The Southern
protest against the passage of the
California bill, was submitted to be
entered on the journal. The matter
was postponed. The bill giving a
government to Iew Mexico was or
dered to be engrossed for a third
reading. A motion to insert the
Wilmot proviso was rejected yeas
20, nays 25.
Aug. 15. The motion to receive
the protest was laid on the table.
The bill providing a territorial gov
ernment for New Mexico, was pass
ed yeas 22, nays 10.
The appropriation bill offered an op
portunity in the House for members
to express their views upon the Pres
ident's message, the Senate bill for
settling the boundary of Texas, &c.
Messrs. Ashmun, of Mass., Duer, of
New York, and others avowed their
intention to vote for the Senate bill.
Dhowneo. From a salt boat 6
miles below this place on Thursday last
Perry Parr, who with another hand was
sent to the steamer Skipper, then pass
ing the shoals for a skiff. Mr. Parr fell
out of the skiff, near the steamer and
was drowned. His body, we learn
was recovered at the mouth of Coal,
and properly interred. Mr. Parr was
about 31 years of age, unmarried, come
to this county from Tazewell county
about the 1st of May last. His mother,
brothers, and sisters, we learn, live in
Athens county, Ohio. Kan. Rep.
AUG. 21, 1850.
AUG. 21, 1850. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE E & co.
Flour, per bbl,
V beat, per bushel,
Corn, do do
Oats, do do -Flaxseed
Potatoes, do do,
Onions do do.
Dried Apples, per bush.
Dried Peaches do do
Lard in keg, - -Feathers,
per lb, -Rags,
Ginseng, " - -Beeswax,
Butter, " -Eggs,
per dozen, -Cheese,
Chickens, per dozen, -Salt,
Kan., bush . per bbl.
Corn Meal, per bush,
Bran, per bush,
Coffee, per lb,
N. O. Sugar, per lb per bbl,
Loaf do, do,
N O Molasses, gallon per bbl.
Rise per lb.
Tea, Young Hyson, per lb,
" Imperial, -"
- 15 to 25
- 3 a 3J
6 a 8
75 a 100
Hi k 12,
10 a 12
- 6 a 7
25 to 75
50 to 100
50 to 75
3i to 4i
$3 50 to 5 00
- 22 24
Bar Iron, assorted sizes,
Nails, 10 to 4,
Lard Oil, per gal, -Linseed
Oil, per gal.
Whiskay, gall, per bbl, -Red
Flours The demand foe Flour to
day has continued good, but supplies
being light, sales were limited. The
sales to-day comprised 256 bbls in lots
at $3 62; 50 do at 3 65; 56 do at S 57,
and 70 do at 3 65, delivered. The re
ceipts during the last 24 hours com
prised 463 bbls, and during the week
4,306; the exports during the week
Grain. There has been a continued
fair demand for Com, and the supplies
being inadequate thereto, holders have
realized a farther advance. The sales
comprised 2,000 bush at 51c, 1,500 do
52c; all in bulk. In Oats the sales are
confined to small lots of new at 33c
Wheat continues to sell at 75c A sale
of 300 bush new Barley at 55c.
Provisions. The market has remain
ed inactive and dull for every article.
In Bacon the only sales were 30 tcs
country sugar cured Hams at 8Jc pkd;
10 do common yellow washed at 7ic
pkd; and 5 hhds Sides at 5c pkd. In
the large way Shoulders are held at 4a
4ic; Sides 41c, and yellow washed
Hams 7a7ic. but these quotations must
be considered as entirely nominal. Of
Lard the only sale was 400 kegs prime
Whiskey in fair demand and prices
steady. Sales from- river at 22c; wa
gons at 22, and from canal at 22c
Sales of 20 hhds fair Sugar at 6 J.
Western Beserve Cheese 6c,
Fathct Mai-hew writes from the
Arkansas White Sulphur Springs, to
a inend in New Orleans, as follows:
"In reply to your kind inquiry
about my health, I feel happy to in
form you that, since my arrival here,
I am, thank God, much improved.
Since my departure from New Or
leans I have not been a day ill,
though laboring under my usual in
OEvery one who has suffered with frost
bitten feet, rheumatism, ague cake, spinal af
fection, soreness of the breast, &C, knows that
H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment gives a),
most immediate relief, when all other medi
cines tail; and we verily believe that if those
same persous bad a bottle oi this celebrated
remedy and could get no mora, they would not
take fifty dollars for it
See advertisement .
Beware of spurious preparation called W,
B. Farrell's .Arabian Liniment a base coun
terfeit, which has just made its appearance.
SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE
Should never be disregarded. They are un
erring indications that the vital functions of
nature have been interrupted in their health
ful action, and that serious evils must inevit
ably follow, unless the system be again set
right by the timely nse of proper remedies.
And, in seeking these, it is all important that
resort be not had to drastic purgatives or other
medicines of a, violent kind, which reduce the
strength, and so prostrate the sowers of na
ture, that they are unable to repel the threat
(Jy-Bear in mind, that nature is ever en
deavoring to expel disease when it invades the
animal economy, and only needs the assis
tance of some genial restoiative thorough,
yet mild in its action that will give tone to
the system, and act vrox the iuud which is
the principle of life.
GuysoiCs Yellow Dock and Sanaparilla, as a
purifier of the blood, a renovator of the sys
tem, and a supporter and preserver of the
powers of life, it has no equal. Take it, on
the first indication that disease is upon you,
and you will avert perhaps weeks and months
of sickness and suffering.
The Charms of Home,
DEPENDS so much upon the possession of
health, tnat nothing having its preservation in
view should be overlooked or negl:cted. All
persons, old and young, male and female,
should preserve, cherish, watch and guard
their health, and at the first symptoms and
first approach of ill health, use promptly the
The Genuine Shaker Sarsaparilla,
AsPsertiED nr Da. S. D. Howe, is a new
medicine, now offered for the first time. Its
well established reputation has been fairly
gained by its numerous remarkable cures du
ring many years of constant use throughout
New Hampshire and New York. The Medi
cal profession generally in the Eastern States
now recommeid, and use in their private prac
tice, this valuable medicine, for all diseases
arising from impurity of blood.
IN QUART BOTTLES.
PREPARED BY DR. S. D. HOWE,
Is the Unrivalled Remedy
for all diseases of the lirer. Dyspepsia, Jaun
dice, and all Bilious Diseases, I his valuable
prepared great care, rrarxv
vegetable. Its power over the above diseases
is not excelled, if equalled by any other prepa
ration in the United states, as numerous
cures attest, in buky cases aftee skilful
rHTSTCIAKS RATE FAILED.
A critical ease cured by the use of Dr. Howe's
Shakeb Saksafaeilla, and certified by Dr. S.
Jackson a distinguished Physician in Indiana.
Such testimony is worth more than a column
of ordinary advertisements:
COLUMBUS, IND. June 10, 1850.
Dr. S. D. Howe Dear Sir: I have been af
flicted with a Cough for the last three or four
years, which came very near taking me to my
grave, despite of all the medical aid from my
iamily physician. 1 baa despaired of ever
again being restored to health. Six months
ago I noticed the advertisement of your Shaker
Sarsapariila, and I immediately sent and pro
cured one bottle, and I began speedily to im
prove, and I obtained another bottle, and the
result of taking two bottles of Dr. S. D. Howe's
Shaker Sarsapariila has caused me to say to
you, and every one whom it may concern, that
I am entirely relieved from all cough and pain
MRS. N. GRAVES.
The great sun-en which has attended the
use of Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Sarsapariila
since its introduction into the Western States,
has established its character in this section of
This is the only Sarsapariila that acts on
the Liver, Kidneys and Blood at the same time,
and hence its singular efficacy and success -Be
sore and get Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Sar
sapariila, and take no other.
Quart bottles $1 per bottle or 6 bottles for
For sale by MAGUET & NARET, Galli
polis; D. Reeee, Pomeroy; E. B. Perkins and
Gottln St, Howes, Marrietta; and by
DR. S D. HOWE &. CO.,
No. 1 College Hall, Walnut street, 3 doors
above 4th, Cincinnati, Ohio.
To whom all orders must be addressed.
July 25, 1850. lychm may 23.
Western Liberal Institute.
Mjatmttd HI marietta, Ohtw.
THIS young and flourishing Institu
tion will commence its third term
on the 19th of September next The
course of studies is divided into Aca
demic and Collegiate, and in both de
partments the discipline is most tho
rough and rigid. The buildings are
elegant and finished in the most ap
proved taste. The hall for the female
department is particularly beautiful and
pleasant. The government of the In
stitute is parental, but firm and tho
rough. Great watchfulness is held over
the moral as well as mental well-being
of the student. In each department
there are two teachers, whose Qualifica
tions and experience give testimony of
their ntness tor tneir stations.
For further information address,
P. E. KENDALL, Principal.
Aug. 22, '50. 3w
From the subscriber on
the night of the 16th inst
a Sorrel HORSE, over ten
years old,about fifteen hands
high, crease fallen, stifled
on the right side, a star on bis face, and
with a tolerably heavy mane and tail
Any person returning him to me shall
be liberally rewarded.
Aug. 22, '60.-3w -
TMIE amount of Texas charged on
JL each hundred dollars' valuation, of
all property subject to taxation in the
county of Gallia, is as follows, viz:
r or State purposes 32 cents; county
purposes 28 cents; county common
school 10 cents. For township and
poor purposes Ohio, 6 cents; Harri
son, 8 cents; Clay, 16 cents; Gallipolis,
iu cents; Addison, 6 cents; Cheshire
18 cents; Green 6 cents; Springfield 8
cents; Raccoon 10 cents; Guyan 10
cents. For road purposes Addison 6
cents; Cheshire 8 cents; Green 10
cents; Springfield 10 cents; Morgan 20
cents. For Gallipolis corporation pur
poses, 34 cents; and for Gallipolis cor
poration school district, 12 cents. All
of which taxes are required by law to
be paid by the 20th of December next.
1 will attend at the Treasurer s office.
in the court house, for the purpose of
receiving the above taxes, from the 16th
of September until the 20th of Decem
ber. R. BLACK, T. G. C.
Aug. 22, I860. 6 w
THE regular course of Lectures in this In
stitute will commence on the first of No
vember, end continue until the last of Febru
ary. The Anatomical Department will be
opened and ready to receive students by the
first of October. The Medical Department
will be under the direction of the following
J. Conquest Cross. M. D. Professor of the
Institutes of Medicine, and Medical Juris
W. Bvrd Powell. M. D.. Professor of Cere
bral Physiology, Medical Geology and Miner
R. S. Newton, M.D Professor of Surgery.
H. J. Hulce, M. D, Professor of Theory and
Practice of Medicine.
J A.Wilson. M. D Professor of Obstet
rics and Diseases of Women and Children.
J. King, M D Professor of Materia Medi-
ca and Therapeutics.
. freeman. M. D- Professor or Anatomy.
J. .Milton Sanders, A. M., M. D Professor of
Chemistry and Pharmacy.
Medicine Professor H. J. Hulce.
Surgery Prof. R. S.Newton.
Z. Freeman, M. D., Anatomical Demonstra
The fees lor a lull course ef lectures amount
Matriculator's 5 00 . Demonstrator's Fee
10 dollars. Graduation 20 dollars.
Those desiring further information win
please address their letters (post-paid) to the
Dean; and students arriving in the city will
please call on him at the Commercial Hotel.
K. 5. JEW! US,
Dean of the Faculty;
Hon. E. W. M. King, Professor of Theory
and Practice of Laa.
Hon. V. D. Barry, Professor of Commer
Thus 50 dollars per Session.
All communications pertaining to this De
partment must be addressed to
E. W. .u, KIMU.
Memphis, Tenn July, 18o0,
The Faculties, for intellectual abilities.
moral worth and professional acquirements,
will compare favorably with the most distin
guished in our country. The medical faculty
constitutes an anomaly in this or any other
country all of them are able lecturers and the
best of teachers.
Those who will contemplate our geographi
cal position, and the extent of our population,
can have no doubt as to the eligibility of our
situation for an enterprise of the kind. As
to health, including all seasons of the year, we
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 the
diseases of the West and South should cer
tainly educate themselves at a school whose
Faculty are practically acquainted with those
That the public may be satisfied of the per
manency of this school, we feel it our duty to
slate, that the Trustees and Faculty form a
unit in action, which augurs well far its future
success; and that the peculiar internal organi
zation which connects them, cannot be Inter
rupted. E. W. M. KING,
f resident of the Memphis Institute.
July 18, 1850. feb 23, ly
The Slate of Okie, Gallia Cwaaly, sa.
Court of Common Pleas, June Term,
Daniel W. Boggs vs. Samuel Borgs, Andrew
Boggs, James Boggs, Jane Boers Joseph
Boggs. Mary Grant, and Daniel Grant, her
husband, Margaret Wyer, and Robert Wyer,
ber husband. Is Cuanccbt .
In pursuance of an order of the said court
made at their June term, 1850,
NOTICE is hereby given to the raid defen
dants that said complainant. David W
Boggs, on the 19th day of rebruary, 1848, filed
in the court of common Pleas of said county
of Gallia, a bill in chancery, against the said
Wsitit! Boggs, Andrew Boggs, James Boggs,
Jane Boggs, Joseph Boggs, Mary Grant, and
Uavirt brant, her husband. Margaret Wyer.
and Robert Wyer, ber husband, the object and
prayer of which bill is to obtain from said court
a decree compelling the said defendants to exe
cute to said complainant a quit claim deed to
the premises, in the said bill described to-wit:
The north east qr. of section eleven, in tewn-
ship no. four of range no sixteen, (16) in said
county of Gallia. And tbe said defendants
are hereby further notified that unless thev
appear and plead, answer or demur, to said
bill, within sixty days after the next term of
said court, the said complainant will apply to
said court at tbe next term thereof, after tbe
expiration of said sixty days, to have tbe mat
ters and things in said bill contained te be ta
ken for confessed and a decree rendered there
on accordingly. Attest:
JUS. LIKUL1L.UA K.U,
A. CCSfTING, SoL for complainant.
Aug. 8. '50.-5w. '
Wesley M. Bosters, Adm., vs. Heirs
T)Y virtue of an order of the court ofl
JL) Common Pleas, 1 will offer for sale
at public auction, on Saturday, Septem
ber 14th, on the Farm, the following
described property, to-wit: All that tract
or parcel of land, containing 66 acres,
more or less, being East end of lot No.
6, section ' No. 1 6, township No. 4,
range 15, being School land, leased for
99 years, renewable forever, 30 acres
of which are cleared. On said Farm
there is an orchard of 100 bearing apple
trees; it is well watered, and a public
road running through it- 1 enns, cash
in hand. Appraised at 9225.
WM. CLARK, Adm'r.
Aug. 8, 1850.'
A large stock White Pine SHINGLES and
seasoned BOARDS, every variety of thick
ness and length, in Yard, west end of Bute
street, near tbe upper Chickamoga Bridge, for
May 2, '50. tf ' H. FISHER.
Extract of Yellow Dock and
DR. GUYSOTTS IMPROVED EX
TRACT OF YELLOW DOCK
AND SARSAPARILLA, put up in the
largest tited bottles contains mart of the pun
Hondurmt Sartapanlla &n any other prepara
tion extant which is themicalhi combined with
the Extratt of YtSom Dock, the Extrmct of
rrua Uierry, and the Oaltam of S ir, thus
making the remedy more thoroughly efficient
than any other SanapmrUla before tbe public.
At the same time it is perfectly free bom all
mineral notions, which cannot be said of any
other of the Sarsapariila compounds. The
invalid should onnsrc of poimu! Mercury,
Iron, Quinine, Potash, Iodine, Sulphur, Arse
nic, and many other mineral and metalie poi
sons enter iuto and form the active basis of
most of tbe Sarsapariila and Panaceas of the
day. GwysotTs Compound Extract of Teltow
Dock and Sanaparilla dot not contain a parti
cle of these substances, as anv one can easily
ascertain by applying the necessary tests.
These poisons may occasionally rem ore dis
ease, but they so vitiate the blood, and sa
completely impregnate tbe whole system with
their baneful effects, that the first cold, or the
first attack of disease, prostrates the patient's
strength, and subjects him or ber to the most
ixcrutiating torture, and renders another cure
almost impossible and hopeless. Let all poi
sonous Sarsapariila preparations alone, and
use GuytoWt Improved extract of Yellow
Dock and Sarsapariila, which is thorough! criS.
taeiout, verfecthi harmleu, and mrrehi rrcetable.
All kinds of disease yields to its genial in
Scrofula, Cancerous Tumors, Cutaneous Erup
tions, Erysipelas, Biles, Pustules, or Pim
ples on the Face. Chronic Sore Eyes, Tet
ter, Scald Head, Rheumatism, Enlargement
or Pains in tbe Booesor Joints, old and
stubborn Ulcers, Fever Sores, Hip Disease.
Swelling of the Glands, Blotches , Syphilitic
Symptoms, Lumbago, Drspsy, Dyspepsia,
Jaundice, Costiveness, Bait Kheum, Affec
tions of the Kidneys and diseases arising
from an injudicious use of Mercury, Minis
ter's Sore Throat, Weakness of the Chest,
Pulmonary Affections, and all other diseases
tending towards Consumption, Liver Com
plaint, remale Irregularities, and Com
plaints, Sick and Nervous Headache, Gene
ral Debility, Low Spirits Loss of Appetite,
Night Sweats, Pains in the Side and Shoul
ders, Exposure of Imprudence in Life, Chro
nic Constitutional Unorders, and as a
Spring and Fall Purifier of the Blood, and
General J onie for tbe system, it is unri
valled. Ji Case of Ulcerated Limbt of sixteen yean tlan-
The following is an extract of a letter, dated
March 27, 1850, from E. B. Perkins M. D., a
highly respectable physician of Marietta, Ohio:
John r axk Dear Sir : I have under my care
a young woman who, for sixteen years, has
been suffering from Ulcerated Limbs, and
whose ra,e has been pronounced hopeless by
three of our best physicians. I took her into
my family, and have used Guysott's Yellow
Dock and Sarsapariila freely, and am confident
that the 1 ellow Dock and Sarsapariila will ef
fect a permanent cure. She is better in gene
ral health than she has ever been before, and
walks a mile or two without fatigue or pain.
A year ago sbe used crutches . I will report
the case in due time.
E. R PERKINS.
Extra erdlaary care of SJaiek
YmngtciUe, Warren CO-, Pa., July lrf, 1850.
Messrs. S. F. Bin sett, & Co. -Gents. I
wish to express my thanks to you for the great
benefit your Extract of Yellou- Dock and Sana
parilla has been to us. My mother had a vio
lent attack ol fxysepelas in March last, which
left her with a violent cough, hectic fever, and
severe night sweats. Our physicians despaired
of her recovery and stopped prescribing for
her, pronounced her complaint "Quick Con-
sumption" and said she could not live but a
very lew days. e all despaired of her re
covery, and d d not expect her to live from one
day to another. Her life was reduced to the
lowest ebb. hhe was completely emaciated
and perfectly helpless. At this critical time,
we saw your advertisement in the Pittsburgh
Gazette, and immediately sent t'i your agent,
in Franklin, for three bottles, which sbe com
menced taking, and from tbe first day she be
gan to mend, and continues to do so up to this
time, ehe is now able to attend to ber house
hold affairs, and is perfectlv well, though not as
strong, as she was before she was sick.
There are a great many of our citizens, that
are very anxious togetyuur invaluable article.
and as it is fifty miles to your nearest agency,
I think it would be of an advantage toynu, and
a great blessing to the afflicted, to establish
an agency here.
Please accept our thanks and gratitude for
the restored health of our dear mother.
Your obedient servant,
The best female medicine known. The Ex
tract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapariila is a
positive, speedy, and permanent cure for all
complaints incident to
Its mild, alterative properties render it pecu
liarly applicable to the slender and deleeate
constitution of the female. It is unrivalled
in its effects upon such disesses as incipient
consumption, barrenness, leucorrhaea, or whl tes.
irregular menstration, incontinuence or urine,
and general prostration of the system. It
immediately counteracts that distressing ner
vousness and lassitude so common to the fe
male frame, and imparts an energy and buov-
ancy as surprising as they are grateful. We
have evidence on file which induces us strong
ly to recommend this medicine to married peo
ple who have not been blessed with offspring.
PaoLArtus Utzi, or Falling of the Womb, of
five years' standing, cured by Dr. Guysott's
Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapariila.
after every other known remedy has been
tried without relief.
Vashimjtow, Ohio, Feb., 1849.
This certifies that my wife, aged 27 years,
has been suffering under the above complaint
far ive years neatly all of that time confined
to her bed. I have for four years constantly
employed the best medical talent that could
be procured in this section of the country,
without any benefit whatever. 1 nave also
purchased every instrument recommended for
the cure of such disease, all of which proved
In the spring of 1845, 1 was induced by my
friends to try Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and
Sarsapariila, whirb was used for four months.
After sbe bad used it for about fourweeks.it ws
etident to all that she was improving rapidly,1
and gained flesh and strength, until the disease
was entirely removed, and she is now enjoying
most excellent health.
We being neighbors of Wm. and Julia Mon
tort know that tbe above statement, as to tbe
sickness of Mrs. Mon fort, and as to tbe cure
being effected by Guysott's Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparills, to be strictly true.
(y- None genuine unless put op in large
bottles containing a quart, and name of the
Syrup blown in the glass, with the written sig
nature S. F. Bennet, on the outside wrapper.
Price, f I per bottle or six bottles 'or $5.
Sold by J. D. Park, Cincinnati Ohio, North
east corner of Fourth and Walnut streets -entrance
on Walnut street, to whom all orders
must be addressed.
MAGUET at NARET, Gallipolis; J. Cape-
hart it Co, Ft. Pleasant. Vs.; u. J. Fayne,
Porter: S. S. Murray, Wilkesville ; E. Fraxee,
Hamden ; E. Long, J ackson ; J . Rogers, Charles
August 1. 1850. lyehqry.
TTTHITE LIME 85 bbls. White
VY Lime just received, and for sale
low by BAILEY & SUMMEKSt
April 25, 1850, 4m
WE DAILY hear rj tk. mn.s ..
cures being effected by that great and popular
scuicine, ins genuine
II. G. FARRELL'S ARABIAN
The greatest remedy aver discovered far al
most all complaints requiring an external ap
plication, either is man or beast, la tbe
short length of time it has been introduced to
the people of the United States, it has gained
a repuaatioa unentitled by any other medicine
in the known world. Why is it? Tbe an
swer is plain : because no medicine of the kind
has aver been put before the public so aeser
ting of the rich laurels it has acquired t and it
will continue to gain friends as long aa it per
forms the most extraordinary cures of various
descriptions, after the doctors and all other
remedies bad failed. We do not only so that
the genuine H. G. Farrell's Arabian Lini
ment eon and doet perform cures which mo od
or snemruie cam da, but you haw here certifi
cates of what it hat don.
Thadeus Smith, of Mudd Creek, Tazewell
co. Ills., says : "1 had lost the use of my arm
for mora than a year by palzy or paralvsis; the
Sesh bar? entirely a itberod away, leaving noth
ing but skin, muscles and hone. I tried all the
best doctors and all the remedies I could bear
of, bnt they did no good. I then commenced
the use of H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment,
and a few bottles entirely cured me, and my
arm is now as strong and fleshy as the other. It
is alto first-rate for burns sprains and bruizes.
The celebrated Docroa Jatnk, whose repu
tation as a benefactor to mankind extends over
tbe whole world, reports that a lady of one of
the first families in Philadelphia hnd been con
fined to ber bed fourteen yean with Rheum.
Htm, and was cured oy H. G. Farrell's Ara
bian Liniment. He also says: "Your lini
ment is going rapidly; send me a supply imme
diately by Leeche's last line."
My daughter, when 6 months old, was taken
with a swelling in the tonsils, which grew lar
ger and larger, till when 6 years old she had
great difficulty in swallowing her food. Every
night, watch was kept, fearing she would suffo
cate. The best doctors attended ber, but
could give no relief. I took her to the most
eminent doctors in tbe East ; they said there
was no betp for ber but to outgrow it. With
a sad heart 1 returned home with her, when
she became so much worse that the doctors bad
to be called in again; they decided the tonsils
must be cut off, as the only means of giving
relief. My wife would not consent to this.
and she determined to tiy your liniment.
which gave reliel the very tint applicatien, 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 sprains, bruizes, cuts, burns.
headache, tc: and it will reincve tbe most
severe pain in a few minutes. It also cured
caked udder in my cow in a few days.
Peoria, March 20. 1849.
Mr. H. G. Farrell : Your Arabian Liniment
is the greatest medicine for horse flesh in tbe
world. I bad a mare about to foal, when she
became so he'pless that she could not rise from
tbe ground : sbe was in this way for several
days, when with seven others I succeeded
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
loins, and astonishing as it mayappemr.before
1 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 ber before, and many
advised me to shoot her to put ber out of mise
ry; sbe is now one of my rest mares. I sup
pose it was a strain in the loins.
G. W. HUNT.
Peoria, Ills, Julv 2. 1849.
LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS!
As thev are in eireu'ation. The true and on
ly genuine II G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment
nlvars rnadswith the II . his initials, be 'ore
Farrell's, thus, -'It. G. Farrell's Arabian I-ini
-nent.'' and his signature is also nn the label
of tbe bott'e, and these words are blown in the
glass bottle, H. G. Farrell's Arabian Lini
ment, Peora." Do not touch any other, and
look well before you purchase, or you will get
Manufactured oi.t by H. G. Farrell, sole
inventor and proprietor, and wholesale Drug
gist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to
whom all communications must be addressed
For sale by M AGCF.T 4. N A RET, Gallipo
lis ; G. W. Cooper at. Co., Chester; Ra.ston at
Stivers, Pomeroy, and regularly authorized
agents all over the United States.
ftryvall and get a r arrier Book, free of
Beware of a spurious preparation called W.
It. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, a base coun
terfeit which has just made its appearance.
June 27, 1950. 3m
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF FARM.
WHEREAS, Henry Neal conveyed
to the undersigned the following
real estate, by deed of the date of 28th
day of July, A. D. 1845, to-wit: The
east half of northwest quarter of S. No.
33, T. 5, R. 16; also thirty-one acres
ofl of north end of the east half of S.
W. qr. of Sec. 33, T. 5, R. 16; also
10 acres off of west half of S. E. qr of
said section No. 33, more particularly
described in deed; also all of west half
of S W. qr. sec. 33, T. 5. R. 16, not
conveyed by Jos. L. Arms rong to Chas
Chick, containing SO acres, more or
less; also s wqrofnwqrof said sec,
No. 33; being the farm now occupied
by said H. Neal, in trust Tor certain pur
poses in said deed described; and where'
as bv the conditions of said deed of
trust, the undersigned Was empowered
to sell said premises at the door of the
courthouse in Gallipolis, by giving 30
days previous notice, in case said Neal
did not, before the 1st of August, 1850,
pay certain sums in said deed described.
to-wit: the sum of 8400, with all inter
est thereon, and whereas said Neal has
failed to make said payment; now there
fore, be it known that I shall, by virtue
of said deed of trust, sell, at public
vendue, at the door of the court house
in Gallipolis, the above premises to the
highest and best bidder, subject to
mortgage due to John banns, the amount
of which will be made known at day of
sale. Sale to take place Saturday, Sep
tember 7, 1850. at 2 o'clock r. M.
JOS. W. DEVAC'IIT,
Aug. 8. '60. 5w Trustee.
TH R LAWS of the last session of the
Legislature have been received at
the Clerk's office of this county, and
are readr to be delivered to those en
titled to receive them.
Attest: JOS. DROUILLA RD,
Clerk Court Com. Pleas Gal. Co.
Aug. 8, '60-3w
POWDER. 20 kegs Rifle Powder;
10 do. Blasting do.
Just received end for sale by
E. DELETOMBE & Co
July 25, 1850.
Between tbe hours of one and four o'clock
p. m., on the 31st day of Aogust, A. D. 1850,
I shall ezaos to public sale, on the farm of
Claudius J. Menirr, in Harrison township,
two-thirds of two small pieces nf growing corn.
supposed to be I 1.3 acres; also, two. thirds
a field of growing corn and beans, supposed
to contain 7 acres, on tbe lands of James Can
terbory. in Harrison township, taken as the
i property of Hugli Canterbury, te satisfy a writ
I of ft. ta. in tavur or Vernon rtorthup .
1 ug.l5,60. 3w A.LOGtE,SGC
CLENDINEN, NASH & CO.
Boots and Printing Paper
DeaJee ! lser,C,stssisi4 Wf-. sv
I. , UMeMT, tkZ,
The highest market price paid for Rags.
Feb Jl '50. lr
DR. J. P.
PHTkleClAN, CKGBO.t, DEtTIIT,
Office on Third street, formerly ocau
pied by J as. u. ttebard.
J. 1. BANNA, T T. X. FIB OB,
MAWA & FIROIt,
ATTDBMPTa t r sir
Will both attend the Courts in Gallia
Ojtce in Star Hous.
DR. J. SANSS.
AFFERS his professional services to
j tne ciuzena or Uailipous ana sure
Office in the hrick building between A
Ltciercq s ana J. dan' store.
June 6, 1850.
THE KOI milAXCE C03IPAXY.
Fire, MarlsM LIM laawrastte.
Capital Stoci, $200,000.
Office on Water street, in TFiie' Irici
row, Vincennes, lnd.
This company, having been duly or
ganised, and tea per cent, paid in on the
capital stock tubacrrtad, and the bal
ance secured by mortgage on Real Es
tate and bj personal guarantee, are cow
prepared to effect insurance against loss
or damage by fire, on Buildings, tier
chandize, Machinery, Manufactories, and
all descriptions of property; also. Mer
chandise and Produce in the course of
inland transportation, the risks of the
seat, &c.; also, the Hulls of Steamboats,
and other veesels, and upon the Lirea of
individuals going to California. Tbe
rates of premium will be a low as those
of any other BssposatsLS Company.
AH Losses liberally adjusted and
promptly paid. The stock of this Com
pany it held entirely in the West, and
controlled by western men, and in no
way connected with New York.
Hon. R. N. Camas, Vincennesi
Jno. W. Maddox, do;
Jacob Pea , do;
Samoel Wise, dot
Peter Pi Bailey, Fort Wayna;
Thomas T. Benbridge, Lafayette i
Walter W. Early. Terre-Hiotej
Henry I). Allis, Eransville;
Simon Bottorff, Jcffersonvillei
William Hughes, dot
Levi Sparks, do;
James Keigwin, do.
Hon. R. N. CARNAN, Pies't.
8IMON BOTTORFF. V. Prt;.
C. M. Allis, Secretary.
W.J. Hebrkd, Treasurer.
Short Life and California risks taken
at this agency at extra rates.
JOHN HOY, Agent.
May 1 6, '50 25 Gallipolis, O.
Pj The subscriber has just
as.yslreceiv3d and is now open
4k. 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 offers for
sale on the most accommodating terms.
Terms cash, and Shoes as cheap as
can be bought in the West.
HENRY FRANK. "
Gallipolis, July 4th, 1850. 3m
Agency of Dr. S. S. Fitcht
707, BrMtwar, New Terk.
FOR SALE, bis Pstent Silrer-Plated Ab
dominal Supporter, patent steel-sprine;
Shoulder Brace. Silver Inhaling Tube, and
Lectures on Consumption, Slc Also, his
A prepared and used by him, with or without
the instruments, is tbe treatment of Pulmo
nary Consumption, .Asthma, Heart Disease,
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Piles, Prolapsus Uteri.
Debility, Female Complaints, Spinal Weak
ness, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, and all similar
diseases. The whole forms a full and scientific
treatment of Pulmonary Di Mates, which e
perienrehat shown THE ONLY PROPER
TREATMENT yet discovered for their re
lief or cure.
Tbe Instruments are the best kind, and
warranted against all defects. The Medicine
are carefully prepared by Dr. Fitch, and each
article will sustain its character under tbe se
verest tests whatever, alone or in connection,
with the reat. Arents nave only such medi
cines as may be safely used without Dr. Fitch's
personal directions; but have enough to apply
to any common case of Pulmonary or Chronic
Foe directions and explanations, "see Dr.
Fitrh's Guide to Invalids;" a valuable family
book of 48 pages, which is given away at the
counter of the Agents.
For sale only by FLEM1NB 6t CO, whole-
sals) and retail Druggists. Gallipolis, Ohio,
July 11, iSSU. ly
Master Commissioner's Sale.
The State of Ohio, Gallia county, court of
common pleas, Marco term, A D la50
Marsh and Johnes vs. Alice Quinn and
others. In, Chancery.
Bv virtue of a decretal order from said court
to me directed, in tbe above named ease, I
win offer for sale at public auction, at the
door of the court bouse, in said county ef Gal
lia, on tbe 2d day oi September Best, between
the hours of 10 o'clock a tn and 4 o'clock p m.
of said day, the following real estate, to-wit i
Section no saber fifteen (15,) township nun ber
eight (8,) of range number sixteen. (IB.) with
all the appurtenances thereunto belonging.
Subject to tbe dower estate of Alice Quinn
therein. Appraised at $18X).
S B. IUTHBCIUT, M. C
Aug. 1, 1S50 ,-5w