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Banks or no Banks.
We are in favor of a fair, open
manlv issue on thii question.
Bank Reform is no longer the en nd
of the Democracy, but Bank Des
truclionl Be it so. We are ready
for the fight. 1 he candidates for
Governor have ranged themselves on
opposite sides the parties have
adopted their platforms and, now it
is for the people to decide whether
we snail continue to enjoy the ad-
rantages and conveniencies oi
scund bankinz system, or whether
we shall destroy all the banks in
Ohio, and, in the vain attempts to
introduce an exclusive metalic car
rency, introduce the irresponsible
iDiwn of neighboring State banks
and. in the end. bankrupt ourselves
for our folly. If the people of Ohio
say No Banks! we respond Ames!!
We are embarked on the same ship
of state, and are ready to sink or
swim according to the election of
AH that we ask, is, that the people
may be convinced tnat it is really the
design of the leaders of the Democra
cy to destroy the banks, rne great
mass or the Democracy do not be
lieve their leaders: they regard the
cry of Bank Reform, equal rights, &c,
as so much political claptrap design
ed to amuse gulls and gudgeons.
cut, in this opinion they are mistak
en. Is Judge Wood a man who
would trifle with the people? Not
he. He is too honorable and high
minded for that. He endorses the
8th of January and the 4th of July
resolutions, and holds "that the Dem
ocracy of Ohio are sincerely opposed
to the existence of banks for the cir
culation of paper money;" that they
are "utterly opposed to any feature
being incorporated into the new con
stitution, by which the Legislature
ot Uhio would have the power to
create any bank for the circulation
of paper money;" that it is the duty
of "all our public officers to make all
payments, in their official capacity,
in constitutional currency instead of
paper money, and that we especially
demand from the Board of Fublic
Works, that they convert all paper
money which come nnder their con
trol into specie, and in that shape
disburse it;" that "hard money is the
only currency recognized by the con
stitution, the only currency that de
li auds no man, the only currency
that is expedient and just, and toe
hold it to be inconsistent with the
pi inciples of the party, for Democrats
to participate tn creating or uphold
ing banking institutions." Lebanon
Later from Havana—Arrival of the Imbel
Terms on which the Prisoners were
The steamship Isabel, Capt. Rol-
Iinsrarrived at Charleston, on Thurs
day last, from Havana, the 23d inst.
We are indebted to the Charleston
Mercury and Courier for slips.
Among her passengers from Ha
vana, we notice the name of Gen.
Campbell, U. S. consul at Havana.
A correspondent of the Mercury,
writing from Havana, July 23d, says:
"Since I wrote you, one of the
prisoners, A. B. Moore, has been
pardoned, and lorty-one absolved,
under the condition that thev should
not be put at liberty here, but sent
from the country under vigilence,
and not lound within two years,
either in Cuba or Port Rico. Com.
Morris accepted them, and refused
to allow them to choose their own
conveyance to the United States, and
sent them to Fensacola in the Al
bany, Capt. Randolph. The fate of
the others is uncertain. Several of
them will probably receive soon the
sentence with those who have al
ready been sent away, but Captain
uenson, his mate, Urallon, and Hall
mate of the Susan Loud, are in dan
ger of the galleys. Com. Morris
- saw them all a few hours previous to
his sailing. He saw poor Benson at
the hospital a raving maniac.
"Gen. Campbell goes in the steam
er Isabel, and I trust, when he reach
es Washington, he will have the
boldness as well as the honesty, to
tell the government the tiuth, the
whole truth, and nothing but the
truth. The Americans here have
given him a letter expresssing their
cuuuueuco ia mm, ana a recognition
of his courteous deportment as con
"There is no American man-of-
war in port, and but four or fivemer-
chant vessels. The cholera has
again subsided, and we have only
me usual epidemic ot the season."
The above presents the release of
me prisoners m quite a different
light from anything we have before
seen, though another correspondent
of .the Mercury, puts it on the pre
viously understood ground, vie
"Forty-five were pronounced not
guilty after a judicial investigation,
because they took passage on the
supposition that they were going to
Chagres, and one whose name is A.
B. Moore was pardoned on the
ground of having evidence under that
promise, he having gone with the
knowledge of the objects of the ex
pedition. There now remain ten
whose case is still- under examina
tion, being the officers. The Geor-
eiana and Susan Loud have been
confiscated." Bait. Sun.
It is predicted that the time will
come when a man's perspiration will
be turned tc account as steam and
drive him up hill like a locomotive.
Cahnel Coal The developments
of the mineral riches of our hills are
still advancing. We have before
us a specimen of can nel coal from a
vein recently opened, on the banks
of Paint Creek about one mile from
the Kanawha river, on the lands of
Felix G. Hansford, Esq. The spe
cimen, in purity and richness, is cer
tainly equal to any we have seen.
A little further up the Creek on the
lands of Win. H. Edwards the same
veins of cannel coal abound, crop
ing ont of the hillsides, on both sides
of the Creek. From the base to the
top there are, we understand, several
seams of coal, a part Cannel and
part Bituminous. About 15 miles
np this Creek, we learn, there has
been found a seam of bituminous
coal 15 feet thick, of the finest qual
ty. The time cannot be far distant
when the coal and lumber business
of Paint Creek will be extensive and
I he stream, in its unimproved
state, admits of the safe passage out
of rafts ot lumber and boats during
a large portion oi the vear. It emp
ties into the Kanawha 24 miles above
Charleston. Mr. Edwards, the own
er of several thousand acres of this
land, is a non-resident, and we learn
a few years ago would have taken
mere song lor tne tract, cut now
it is known to contain inexhaustible
quantities of cannel and bituminous
coal, if no other valuable minerals,
and being covered with timber, it
will, in a very few years, though
mountainous, wild and rough to ap
pearance, be held equal in value to
the best bottom lands on anv of the
streams of the west. Kan. Repub.
Revolting Murder. A man nam
ed Benjamin Wilcox, residing in To-
wanda township.liradlord co., renn
Sunday week, murdered his wife,
and afterwards attempted to destroy
himsell, but was prevented. Wil
cox is an intemperate man, and this
murder may be added to the melan
choly list of crime originating in that
lOAn Italian musician was pois
oned to death, in Providence, last
week, by taking an ounce of tartar
emetic, under the supposition that it
Acquitted. John C. Walker, the
young man who stabbed Constable
Davidson, at a circus in Cincinnati,
some time since, has been acquitted
of the crime for which he was indict
ed. The verdict of the jury was
received with loud applause from the
America is now one of the chief
supporters of England. It is sta
ted that the money sent by Irish em
igrants to their starving relatives
equals the whole of the Irish poor-
rates, borne two millions of the
people of England are supported by
the American trade.
Stampede of Soldiers. A de
tachment of several companies of
soldiers recently arrived at Jefferson
Barracks from New York, via the
Lakes. On their arrival at Lasalle,
the cholera appeared amongst them
a malignant lorm. and seven or
eight oi them died. This created a
perfect panic among the soldiers,
and before they arrived at the bar
racks about seventy of them had de
serted the lear of the cholera alone
causing their desertion.
Arrangements are making for the
transportation of a very considerable
number of troops from the barracks
Fort Leavenworth, thence to
march for New Mexico. St. Louis
Henry Clay said: "In all the af-
airs oi Human me, social as well as
political, he had remarked, that cour
tesiesof a small und trivial character,
the ones which strike deepest to
giatelul and appreciating heart
is the picayune compliments that
most appreciated; far more than
double ones which we sometimes
Thf Stomach. 'I firmly believe
almost every malady of the hu
frame is, either by highways or
Dyways, connected with the stom
And I must own, I never saw
fashionable physician, mysteriously
consulting the pulse of his patient,
I leu a aesire to exclaim, "why
tell the poor gentleman at once.
you have eaten too much, you've
aruuK too muon, ana you have not
taken exercise enough!" The hu
frame was not created imper
it is ourselves who have made it
l here exists no donkey in crea
so overladen as our stomachs."
appears that her Majesty, "little
' has found her match. An
English paper states that the wife of
Joseph Harris, a carpenter, and
resident of Mavle, who was married
the same day as Queen Victoria,
delivered of a daughter the day
the Princess roval was born:
a son the same day the Prince of j
Wales was born; and as her majes
was subsequently delivered of i
prince or princess, his wife also pre
sented him with a child of the same
as the royal infant, and the day
each was born; making seven
children, and an equal number of sons
daughters as her majesty has
princes and princesses. Mrs. Harris
allowed her royal mistress to
the lead of her one dav.
Howthe Nepaulese Treat the Crime
of Adultery. One of their laws re
garding adultery is not only a very
summary one, but often very gratify
ing to the feelings of an injured hus
band. Should such a crime be per
petrated, as it often is, during the ab
sence of the husband, and be detec
ted, he, on his return, is duly inform
ed of the stain on his honor, and is
an outcast until the stain be removed.
He is neither permitted to eat with,
smoke with, or even visit, his friends
and relations until he has avenged
his disgrace. He accordingly sets to
wort immediately; but as the sedu
cer, on the return of the husband,
contrives to make himself scarce, the
injured man has to await patiently
his return, or the opportunity of
meeting bim. In this way some
times years are spent. At length,
perhaps, the wished-for moment ar
rives. The wronged husband way
lays his dishonorer, steals up to him,
as he would to a deer, quietly draws
his kookery, ru-hes behind him, and
with one blow severs his head from
his body. Justice is now done; his
honor is avenged; and he is admit
ted to caste. Une little trine re
mains; he has to cut his wife's nose
off, which is soon done, to prevent
any one falling in love with her
T-a ww a
i art a lets Husbands. A cor
respondent of the Brooklyn Adverti
ser puts to the editor of that paper
this question: "Is it not morally
wrong for a divine to marry a little
girl of less than fourteen years of
age?" To which the editor rejoins:
"II she has not left off her pantalets.
res. It she is about leaving them
off doubtful. If she has left them
off three months no. It is becom
ing the fashion now-a-days for a Wee
. . . " . I
thinff tO 1UD1D OUt O nanta fits ntO n
0 r t
husband's arms-" The editor then
mentions a number of early marria
ges within his knowledge; among
them, now, is one who is a grand
mother at thirty-two, who was a
mother at sixteen, and whose eldest
daughter married at fourteen, and
had a child before she was fifteen.
The child was born had constitu
tion enough to live to 6ay "grand
ma, and then died.
Pckctcality. A com.Tiittee of
eight gentlemen had appointed to
meet at twelve o'clock. Seven of
them were punctual: but the eighth
came bustling in with apologies for
being a quarter of an hour behind the
time. "The time," said he, "passed
away without my heme aware of it
had no idea of its be me so late, &c
A ttfiaker present said, "Friend, I
am not sure that we should admit
thy apology. It were matter of re
gret that thou shouldst have wasted
thine own quarter of an "hour: but
,1 ... . ir i si
there are seven besides thyself, whose
time mou nasi also consumed,amoun-
-, , t j . I
Irom England lor SOme years, during
wnicn iime ne was loruiuaen an in-
ting in the whole to two hours, and
one-eighth of it only was thine own
A Family Quarrel. On account
of some family differences existing
between the late Sir Kobert feel and i
lis son and heir, the present Sir Rob
ert Peel, the latter had been absent
uiirc, uut uuiciaicu as cmei
. I i r i .
lercourse wun any memoer vi nis
family. The first communication he
received from his familv was the
summons to his father's death-bed.
He did not arrive ia time to see his
mourner at the funeral. He now
holds all his father's immens pslntps-
.. . V, t . 6
laiiinv ia aui. i-icuericK reel, a VOUng i
member of Parliament, who U said
inherit much of his father's geni
Somebody tells a story of a dis
consolate widower, who, on seeing
remains of his wife lowered into
grave, exclaimed, with tears in
eyes: "We'll, I've lost cows, but
never had anything to cut me like
A man has been discovered in
Kentucky who takes a great many
newspapers and always pays for
them in advance. The printers of
several States are already arranging
contribute blocks of marble for
A spoonful of horse-radish put in
a pan of milk will preserve the
sweet for several days either in
open air or in the cellar, while
other milk will turn.
Emma is from the German, and
signifies a nurse; Caroline, from the
Latin noble minded; George, from
ureek a farmer; Martha, from
Hebrew bittterness: tha beautifu
common Mary is Hebrew, and
means a droD of salt watp.r a tear:
Sophia from Greek wisdom; Susan,
Hebrew a lily; Thomas, from
Hebrew a twin: arid Rohprt. from
uerman lamous in council.
wi8dorn'8 wavs vou wianlv
Five things obserrA with er.
whom you speak to whom you
how and when and where.
Rather Severe. A modern poet
criticises . some church-going
"Attend your church," the parson cries;
To church each fair one goes;
old go there to close their eyes,
ne young to eye their clothes."
Malignant Dysentery, or
The rotative ejuaUUei af Brand ith'i
riua, in not to be estimated by the cure
toe; effect in the cholera, or malignant Dysen
tery; their value is in certainly eradieatiD
the premonitory symptoms; the diarrtxra.
which if stopped by laudanum, too often ter
minates at one in death without the actual
cholera having been as yet present; tha weak
ness of the system from tha effect of the siar
rhrea, not having vital force in it sufficient to
withstand the further debilitating effect
the "sleepy drug." In met it would be only
sn exhibition of common sense if some of the
Medical Faculty would try the average dose on
a strong, healthy man. I am of the opinion
that it would be the last dose he would take.
However, we do know that the general his
tory of cases of cholera 11 ttis. "He was af
flicted with diarrtoa, on Thursday his com
plaint was supposed to be thoroughly checked
on Friday and Saturday be underwent consid
erable fatigue ; on Saturday night be was at
tacked with cholera or malignant dysentery
and died nest morning." i nis u the bistory
with doctors, with divines, with civilians, and
with laymen. Disrrbora checked, cholera or
malignant dysentery sets in, and death closes
the scene. And will nothing warn, will noth
ing induce a correct practice! Ifalldiewbo
have the diarrhoea checked, will no physician
try the other plan and report the facts? If
they were universally successful in saving their
patients with laudanum the opposing nature.
tne Binding np ot aisease in ine oody, instead
of expelling it out I say, if this treatment
was sometimes successful in saving life, to say
nothing of the constitution broken, yet, as
the cure was about as bad as the disease.
should think that the purgative plan might be
tried. Surely medical men are not afraid of
the patient being too soon cured for their pro-
ai: this will not comport with my idea of the
general highmindedness of the profession.-
no! it is from ignorance and education that
they are opposed to purgation with the Bran-
dretu rills, f or purgation with the ordinary
purgatives I know will not cure diarrhoea, but
Brandretb's Pills will, and I am willing to
submit tbem to any trial in the public hospi
tals that may be desired, as I have often pub
licly declared. Uut physicians at these insti
tutions say. we will not use them, sir, unlets
you tell us of what they are made? It is for
their valuable effects in curing disease, and
their special value in cholera that I wish tbem
to be used, is my reply. And is it of conse
quence that what compose toe Brandreth Pills
should be known? If you send a prescription
to the apntbeenry, you never, have twoapothe-
caries who make use of the same quality or
i " e . l j i . r a i
aruS. mucu o nrug, oi ine same
name differ in appearance, that it requires
great experience to tell that they belong to the
same family. Brandretb's Pills are purely
vegetable; they are ten times more powerful,
weight for weight, than calomel; they are, in
fact, the most economical medicine in the
world; tor one pi u, tne cost 01 winch is one
cent, will purge some constitutions equal to an
ounce of salts. 1 bey are the poor man s medi
cine. It is to him who has small means, and
who has a young family depending upon him
for support tnat their worth is evident. Those
who can afford to have a doctor and be sick a
month, can do so; but all cannot have this
high privilege: children would starve. Bran
dreth's Pills are the medicine for the poor man
and for the sensible rich. But the simple, the
ignorant, the learned, prejudiced man. who
shall save him, if he is really attacked with
dangerous disease: ne will die : for the reme
dies of physicians are of no value in cases of
absolute danger, as all the friends of those who
are gone know. Let the truth be spokrn
sometimes. Yet again it is said use no purga
tives, use no medicine which evacuates the
bowels. And yet Mr. T. was purged and
griped; be was almost in convulsions; he took
four Brandreth Pills and drank plentifully of
oaney water, ana he recovered next day. Air.
was sick in the course of four months seve
ral time with all the worst symptoms of in
cipient cholera, and each time be used nothing
Brandreth Pills and they cured bim. I
have known no ease of cholera prove fatal
where Brandreth Pills were used in the first
age. vino i cnauenge me tenoie meaieal pro-
r. u uu of . u fatal n, iw
run of heahr.fc poteen teen uud. I have
administered Hum personally in several severe
cases or malignant drsecterr. and with the hap
piest, resuiis, ior i nave not lost a single case,
outer medicine has been used in my own
family during this summer. We have carta
freely of all the productions of the garden
vegetable has been excluded from my table,
our health haa never been better. It ii
that several eases of severe diarrhoea have
taken place, but a few dose, of Pills has entire
eradicated the difficulty. And all other
: i ; . i i . ik. r ' z i t" . . . i .
,iiiuuw. iud ui ic-ti ontn coma
enjoyed themselves as wellasus, bad they
upq n uranurem r ins.
I hare tbe strongest testimnnyof their bene
in! effects in St. Louis, in Cincionnti. New
Urieans, and in L-ower aandntkr. Mr agent
the latter place wa? obliged to tend an ex
to INew York tor fills, and be states tha
"went to Sandusky city to administer the
-fleas iUm rlru.lr.sa UmA mil I -ft f .it
have publishH what IdermH stmng evi
denceof their great curative qualities; it re-
mains with the public to say what weight it
deserves. But that tney remove the lmpuri
irom sysiem r "eir occasional use,
greatly lessens the liability to an attack
c'larrhcea, is beyond doubt
Costiveness may be considered the 6rst symp
diarrtxra with constant flying pains
bowels, the next symptom; dysentery with
constant seated pains, the next; and the
malignant form is present when these nains
become cramps. Now, these Brandreth Pills,
in view of prevention, may save all th
trouble; they remove tbe costiveness,
if pains in the bowels continue, you use
emollient drinks, as gruel, barley water, etc
Should diarrhoea set in, you still use the pills
or twice a day, drinking the same kind
beverage; and the same course is to be fol
if tbe disease runs into dysentery, either
or after the pills bave been taken; for
that can be claimed for the pills is that they
cure and generally prevent an attack; but
tbe poison of the malignant dysentery bas
already received into the system, then all
we can do is to blunt its powers for evil.
we can do; and I pledge my word, if the
are used with ordinary discretion in any
these prevailing bowel disorders, the commu
nity will find it to tbeir advantage.
Gallipolis: Thos. Evans.
Centerville; J. At. A I ford. Cheshire; J. L
Newsom, Ridgeway; Jos. Waddell, Patriot;
Gilmore, Point Pleasant, Va. ; Jas.
Pomeroy; C. M. Martin, Jackson.
Aug. 8, 1850, eowlycbq
Hat and Cap
THANKFUL focast favors would
respectfully inform the public that
continues manufacturing all kinds
Hats and Caps which he is selling
for cash, at his establishment only,
House. Public Square. - -
Beware of Counterfeits.
would say that he does not furnish
Hats or Caps by the dozen to any
establishment in Gallipolis. He also
hats to be free from cotton.
20, '49 18 wtf . -
B. BRANDRETH. SCROFULA
If r i i mfevwm mf Srxata, Cmntmrt. ?ypfc, M
ZrrrrdJ-.V sSftW-sW. M. VERY SJOIA
QUANTITY mm d V Mrdimt to ft tf
SW iUdmm wte ka mbdmtd mM ulflMI'M MM tMMIM
SWaltwVMto mi MtmUmmmat
c a IMm - nr tvwf rrf W I. kraosat
pnxtiBrir.effred,UiM ONE BOTTLE of H tow
lahw win, DurilVins". belinr virtue, and mrfMai fowtr.
tban dmt is eon'tmim-d in KOl'R BOTTLES of snv
Mrdte, or anv other noflicioa that has over bran offeree
foTaalo. Thr udoul.led proof m oar pamphlets, tha,
b the uk of thi rreal Mmsm Parytw. tbev thai were D Y
IS'O vol L1VK U-r that were LAME and CRIPPLED
can bow WALK thev that were SICK. SCROFl'LOCa,
aad otherwiae diseased, save beca SUUS sad CL'&EO.
who have seed R ROOT'S PTRIFIFR. after haTtaraaee!
and tested .11. the Sjai.iifim sod other ssedicines reo
esnnieaded to core blood diseases, nave decided Urn
Brant's is the Cheapest;
bseanse en lara of It has eMr awdleaL earaitf wattes
is it, and, m consperienre, cures siors duaaaa, m mack Jsm
b.t, than ens softtr of anr other medicine.
If, then. oar bill of BRANTS FIRIFIER win ears
FOUR TIM yS more disease than see seta of frreaosret
Is -BRANT'S PCRiKlER- would be ss oVee at fmtw
Mian a bottle, aa mrwapartiia at otw tlvilar. Bui Beaut's
PURIFIER Is sold tor only ONE DOLLAR s bottle: and
as a bottle of it siu cured, and la mpabU oi curtnr, FOLM
TIMES ss much disrw as SMSstUrof Suatsiraa, there
fore. SaraapsrUia, tn Cfirntcoutnce of its fear power and iaaf
medical elhcarv. should be sold St no Boors than twwrr
emta per butue, to be as sksae as las PLSUfUJl at
One Dollar's Worth!
How irrach CANCER bow amen SYTHTtlS tiow
rath BCROFl'LA will ess dollar's awls of KSJA'T'S"
PUHIVIEK cure I Read lbs loiiowinf sum
a spay imen 01 un powers
yti ham. Be 1
Ttib to the cm of afvn
aw of worse cue of SCROFULA, br oalr
Urn of Bnuit't fanner, tnan ever wu trnrc-j oj toe we or
rWrsrCALV-Oitt of the best SmnaporiUm that wuever tnstde
StuwiMuiUa hunot wmjftctemt mimiui fttam to edetf the cure
oi much rvnutv ho?rim caie.
Mr. J. B HAiKlN, oi Rome, (Mfia ?- .V YhmiSa.
mia Jomr yr wm coo hoed to bM bed the Uut ptrwbe
wu mj much diesd aud debilitated M to be unable to
raiw tua hand to hi. bead. He had tbe at mtdtcai advice
bed uaed aLL of the 6a-f SaraapariHa to mo good effect
put awat end loom, and waa cooaidered to be la a 4rm
afsrlc, and could sot live tu-mty-femr hmrt hmrrt wbet) be
cotumeDCvd o.ine BRANT'S PI RIKItR. Hta atMt
Ml ana ojf, from tar to sir; a hat wa mUen tAmmph
an windjnr, under faw chin, ao thai be breathed throuch
the aoie ; bi- mar waa so eaten around that it could be lfU4
wp out or U piaee.it only bofdm. by a tmaU pte; the dm
of mmtmrm was destroyed by two ulcers; an nicer under
the srra. as Ian; as a wurn'a mamd, had nearly mtr iknmJk
km tdm au am bodf. Trnia be waa afflicted with JvciMy
euch putrid, awrW, qfmmitm tWrcra, ou vanuue parts of hta
PTstm. t or uiruMr ana nui paiwiuan. mem vus a'
Dr. THOMAS WILLIAMS, one of the Boat aktlful pti?.
iciana of Home, was cabled to see Haakia the day bform
he commenced usmr Brant's Purifier. Dr. W. eiamLned
him. and then told bim that all tMm aWtrtakSB aa the worid
romid mot run ktm that hi case waa
Worse than Hopeless !
Vow hear Mr. HAPKlfTS rtatement of cur! He ta-rJ :
M v w.fe procured ure botUe of BHAXT'S PVKlV XING
eomruf-rTred utfin tha. and bya a pmt btUmr. Taat bottle,
enabled me to ott off tmy bed. where 1 had been confined
KX'fR.tC T, of htxmti J.hu droeriata of Rome.
r Mr: Hie exm SulUr ruablra me a, srtsaf of mummmi
llie third 6 rut rnahled me to wuik tte stWra, to Rome Cea
Ire, whure 1 procured nx Lottie more ; antl wben 1 had fir
!!! n.in. tlwm. teventeen out of iKwri. alrrrs bad keajed
and liree bottle more rdecled PKRKKCT CIK.C of
ail uie uUxra. and restored me to food ssalta."
Str HASKIV hasaworn to the above taf-rs.aml the farts
sre witnf,-l and cr nilied to oy Dr. T. WILLIAMS Ur
O R BROWN, proprietor of llie tt'eot-Romne hotet Messrs
BISSKI.I. i I.KO.NARU. wholesale and reuoldracxlsuv-
Sod JCLKA'K. V nrher re.pertiUo nillaWSSi.
Mr. O. R K.SWY tnhmt niaia. nmu
AT K. informed US tiitU a CBnrtsr-darttttT in rwim- m ml
fffctin womlsTtul cvTm of Cwru thruuirb the lf(aVT
of BRANTS PLRiKVJNO fcATRAUT. A a-mcru'r
Wm Orrsrrve county, N. Y., in altvo iimn twiid Praint Mr.
.4. B.SeTTl-K.dnJifFiat, w Canajotiarit. Muntfutrierr entiti
tTi N. Y- hu lnfoiruesi tu of ma linneirlaiil ru .if a ("a -at.
CT. of long tandinr, which wm r rioted oa an m -fd la Iv
of that place. If, therefore, (ilia Plkifier emrtm i'.imrer. b
ttj purify i nr. healm power, wbai impure diu-a-w f titi
blood caa it not cure f SeTen tvar' tfiiterk-nci uud ti i
wnph aaya Uwra va none bat what it will cure.
The Rit- RtrfiARn mvvrvn ,1...
byteriaa ehurch, Adatna Baaia, Mnnrue counrv. 'iw Yrk
wrote low: 1 have juat received a ietler Irom Mr. Chk
HEV DUKMINC, relative to Uie cure of liia er-ore. Y.-u
BBav derjend on whsi It atvM (. k i. si.
arvd an elder tn tha rLurrh .M 1....1 . I
have one of hta tog t eut f, to aave bia life, in c.yntwt'qiieTice !
Ar7OT-ajwr. 1 ina outer Mar tusmr bow aiiii.-.l m..t
bout to be amputaiKd, I nxummendt-d Kunt'i Mrm.
CINl. Read the rv-Hilt. H atvi : mtrd mnly tArmt
OTTt.ta of BRANT'S MtDIClNF. i mJaetd all wore.
from mvmr rmevmmu-mH.itmjn. t (Mat Mcdtru . I
my that, with tbe bleaainif of GoJ, if .m rjmcud a tmrt of
mm Ug: See Pamphieu for full Ptuuculaxa.
Dr. NATHAH HfBBARD. ot tttnmtfarA rM M.f
tbe oldeat aijd moat reapectaitle phyaiciana, waaafllicieti
with tetmer-i owtplaint munr yara. and was pfrn-Uy crrd
mm DRAMS rL'KlriliSfJ EXTRACT. Wecouid
me btiudftxlj of outer caaea, alao cured.
FEMALE WEAKNESSES & COWPLAINTS.
No remedy offered to the public has ever been hnlf as
Vr.wh ,.i.i ms Ai.i. ine inehiental iraossrs.
aw ud trrwvuldjrUmn of the mrx, w B Rant's Pulmonary
Balsam. Ii aseaiio difference wh?tljer tiwdf'rmnirt'rnt rit
oo tuj-ptmrnton mretm, or other rmaknmwt HKGtj LATKS
ALL, by mtrtmftMmtmdi r SYSTEM, mruaiamff U cinct LA
Ttn. aad moothtnf md miUfimff mm vox t imJUTABVUTr
17" 0 ptunpb.etm.
CHANGE OF LIFE,
from tbe fhi to tbe wimurm, mnd tbe wemmm mt mnddfe aptw
ifv mi ianj tm eswawserFwm, Una uio outer mo mraamiUm rtrya.
vrmmtm mm to prevent eny of tb futai dttwmmm litel Ireoueii
rj eriee ia eooMqueiice of much cbene.
Dyspepsia Sour Stomach !
"Attic, Geoesee Co Febrwmy 1, 18 IS.
M T WALLACE k CO. (itnticmrm : wit, for mora
tb&n a jrw, aJUvcted with a dispm of the stoaiavrli. I euai4
not eu any fat or irreaay a. balance withoui cauainr tcreat
pain, aickneaa, and vouitinfr, and waa eontiiraaily aifllcted
erttl. a car aiotnax-h. I, aa an expenmeni, tned ooe boa.
lie of BRANT'S MEDICINE, which, to my utter diaap.
r ointment, tamed and rrlievrd Ikt usual pain after mattndj.
iberetbre need a aeeood bottle, which baaeompleUTly eared
Ibediaeaae. I am now well and hearty.and can eaiaiewet
anytbtOf wlxbout beinjr painevl. or tbe atoaiarh berominx
our. Toura reaper! fully. T. 8. WILCOX.
Air. Wilcox ia a rea pec table merchant of Auica.
KCESIXG SORE BOUTH, LrCOERDdl, &e..
BtnoM, Orrr.i; Co N. Oct. 19, IMT.
Maert.M.T. WALLACE It CO.: Some umelaatwis
tor my wife became ao oVbilitated from tbe etructi of Lsv
ur thmra and A'ama Sort MovtA. that abe could not lift bar
child or Derform any booaehoid labor. Her medical treau
nent waa Taned accordinr to tbe ad v tee and praacriptKtie
tbe moat eminent pbTsiciana, anul mmr mUU wm exbaoafc
d in aaeleea effort. She becanw ao very a ikelvnoa. that
tbe tune ebe cornineoeed taains; BrtaTi Mmmmcvm mom
wetrbed no more than eirbty-five poanda ; bat by tbe time
be bad taiirTi for bottle, ahe became perfectly well. Tbe
core ia ao perfect, lb at ebe t now enabled to do all tiecee
ary bouaasbosd work, and fniaod thirty pounds of flesh m
four weeaa. - Yoora truly, C. B. OALE.NT1NE."
The reader will obeerre that Mr. QAt-timnz aaya "mmr
kill." He, we are Informed by Z. 8. TeaaT, Lmq of
ihm ame place, baa ataaiea nwiiciDe.
BRANTS PURIinriNO EXTRA CTiea wMaasbW
mmok mradmtntor mf mil the efftxU mf Meacuar, or any of the
an oat preparationa of Calomel or Mracuar. from cae
mImi ; and It reetoree tbe blood, mmmHm, and mil Urn pmrm
sfasflMa. to their orixioai, health r statk.
GENERAL DEBILITY CF THE SYSTEM!
Mr. A. HOLTSTANDER. raercbanL Oberlim. Lorrttm Cm..
Oais. wrote. Decern her 19. 1848. and after harrcr stated now
Ilka a charm tbe PULMONARY BALSAM Bad efleeteal
care of his wife's consamprrre coarh. ssid : I bare
nnsllv nsed ukakt'S ruiRVYIZO EXTRACT.
eeneral debilirv of aiv svstem. snd I have no neauation
ssvinc tnat it la tbe best medicine to aerroas mmd law
visoaara THa system tnat l nave erernsed. in
i Uteer caScots. emd fma SW SKJT SATiar ACTIOS.'
alt tmrrnre etreRfc atoeoasf s As blood, are arwaaa
bj UHAHT'B EXTRACT.
Forsaleby MAGUET & NARET.Galli
polls; S. U. Uruley, Katriot ; Holliday 4, Wad
forcer; iraniel & Kathbun, ffiJkesrille
Wilson, Burlington; J. H. C. Miller, Jack.
J. Stevenson, Winchester; J. E. Whit
Berlin ; fc. Hampton, Hampden; G. W,
Cooper St. Co Chester; D. Reed, Pomeroy; P,
."etrel, Graham's Station; W. Tubbs,
riunaon, ana oy agents in nearly every town
tbe State. All letters and orders must be
addressed to Wallace dr. Co., 106 Broadway,
Jan. 31, 1850. wlamly
Charlestaa aad ClaelaaaU Packet.
Tha Wr mriT t ma
sACapt. Nhwtow, bavins ex-
siauaSCBUent accommodations, is
running as a packet between Kan-
valines and Cincinnati, bae will
Cincinnati every Saturday, and
Charleston every Wednesday, passing
uampolis every Sunday evening up,
Wednesday evening down.
Prompt and careful attention will be
to all passengers, freight, or or
entrusted to tne boat, as toe ow
and officers are determined that a
of real accommodation shall at
times be displayed toward those who
patronize the packet.
Jan. 17, 1850.tf - i
Bisiaisrt'l Wsm syraw.
ATO MEDICINE haa e?Br obtained a
XN higher or more deseryed reputa
tion than Hobeksaci's Worn Stibf;
it is' daily effecting soma of tha moat
astonishing and wonderful cures that
bare ever been recorded in the annals
We would that the public should
know that a remedy is at hand that can
be relied upon in the most extreme ca
ses where woims are the primary cause
of their suffering. And thoe that are
pining away a miserable existence, on
der the supposition that they are dys
peptic, when Worms are actually prey
ing upon the Tery vitals of their life,
should use llobensack s Worm Syrup
ere it is too late.
Evidence certifying to the wonderful
efficacy of Hobensack's Worm Syrup
in expelling worms, and a Mother's
grief changed to joy bg its use:
This is to certify, that two or three
weeks past, two or my children were it
tacked with worms. I used every rtjnie
dr I knew, but without effect, they yet
growing worse, until the disease assumed
an alarming! fatal character, that I and
all who saw tbem, felt assured that death
must soon close the scene, if relief was
not soon obtained. One of them presen
ted a fearful picture of suffering; she was
literal alive with worms, her counte
nance had a pallid, death-like hue, her
breath extremely offensive, her frame
wore down to a mere skeleton, and all the
symptoms, attendant upon worms of a
highly aggravated state. To such a fetr
fill extent did the disease arrive, that she
passed worms from her nose, followed by
copious bleeding. At tbia time I obtained
a bottle of yoor Worm Syrup, and gave
it with but little hope, but wonderful to
nay, after a few doses, a great change
was perceptible, and in a few days to my
great joy and wonder, the two children
passed a hrge wash basin full of worms.
Since that time they rapidly recovered,
and are now perfectly cured.
Oxford it., bet. Front and Second, Phila.
We have many more certificates in our
possession, equally surprising as the above,
that we might place before tbe public, but
we deem this sufficient to satisfy all that
it is the only known remedy that can be
J. N. d G. S. HOBENSACK,
ole proptietors, St. John at., Phil's.
For sale wholesale and retail by
FLEMING & CO., sole agents for Gal
lia County; and by Reed, Pomeroy:
and It. R. Wilson, Middleport, and of
all the principal Drug Stores in the
May 2. 1850. 3m
Latest and Highly lmporlan
10,000 Mucks ar C'awslT, wllk 13,000
ISemb-ebirll Kbsara, maslrr Ueau Mwewaje.
cake, baa takew Lllchrarrll's Caracr.
NEW CANDY FACTORY.
ITUfE undersigned has established
JL himself at Litchenfolt's corner, op
posite the court house, a Cenfectionery,
and keeps at oil times on hand a large
assortment oi Llarilied Candy, Kisses,
&c. Country merchants and dealers
in Candy would do well to call and see
his assortment before they make their
purchases elsewhere. He makes to or
der in the shortest time the finest and
neatest Cakes for parties, weddings, &c
His principles are, to make h;s Candy
and Cakes good to the satisfaction of
his customers, for cash, as cheap as in
any city in tne West.
C. V. LAIBLIN.
June 20, 1850. 3m
THE AMERICAN LIVE STOCK
Charter unlimited; granted Jan. 2d, '50
CAT1TAL 50,000 DOLLARS.
For the Insurance of Horses, Mules,
Prize Bulls, Sheep and Cattle, of eve
description, against the combined
risks of Fire, ITafer, Accidents, and
Disease. Losses paid in 30 days after
proot ot death.
Jos. G. Bowman, J John Wise,
Decker, m. d., Alvin W.Tracy,
Iaac Mass, I Hon. A. T. Ellis,
George D. Hay, Abm. Smith,
Hon. Thomas Bishop.
JOS. G. BOWMAN, Pres'L
B. S. Whitney, Sec'y-
Wm. Burtch, Treasurer.
V. M. FIROR, Agent,
Office, Star House, Gallipolis, O.
April 18. 1850.-ly
. o .
The subscriber Wing bought the entire in
terestof John Hutiinpiller in tbe business ol
Laneleyand Hutsinpiller, will continue the
business nf trading in merchandize and pro
duee at the
OliD ST A IV n,
where he expects to receive regular suppli
from the East, ofall goods usually brought
to this place for sale. And also from
Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, such
articles as are usually bro't
from those places.
He has now on hand a general supply of
All kinds of Goods,
bas generally been kept in tbe House for
and would respectfully solicit a call from
wishing to purchase.
Cash paid for Oats, nieat, flax-seed and
W.M. II. LANGLEY.
THE WOULD IS CflAXGIXG.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
firm of Hillidats Si Waddell
on the first day of July, 1850, (by
addition of a Partner.) changed to
firm of Hallidats, Waddell it Co.
change in said company makes it
necessary that tne business ofl
Halhdays 61 Waddell should be settled
soon as possible.
The business of the old firm will be
by I.' K. Calohan, of Gallipolis
Wm. S. Mason, of Porter.
Thankful lor the liberal patronage of
fellow citizens, the new linn nope
merit a continuance, yea an increase
the same. . ;
HALLIDAYS & WADDKLU
July 4, 18W.-tf
Woolen Man u factor)
I.-1 ,UWi.,0,tisaowiBfuU ofevratiow
P""10" ' sparvd o pains a.
tipeasa to rcoour. th, ks.t ana avast approve
achiuary, and hav. iB their .opto, .
The most Experienced workmen.
iVhn "UI uftra a. GOOD
GOODS, as can b rmxurvd ia tb.ucoua.tr,
and at as low prices. Tbey an als Dreparad
Card Rolls, Spin, WeaveJ'uU, Drts
and Finish Cloths, Shawls,
OR ANY KIND OF GOODS
for customers, at vary low rates, but la all
cases tha wool must be brought clears.
Bv strict attention to business and a ce
termination to give general satisfaction, the
proprietors expect a liberal share of the pub
lie patronage. Merchants from home or abroad,
are invited to call and examine the goods
manufactured at the Union Mill before put
r. S. Price For Carding Rolls. White, 5e
Mixed. 6 to 7c: Carding and Spinning, 15c,
and other work ia proportion .
Liberal prices paid for Wool at tha
GalliDolit .Jpr. 17. 1849. 7w
GALLIPOLIS STOVE DEPOT
AND HOUSE FURNISHING ES
At the sign of the STOVE,
Next door to Miller's Corses.
Wholesale and retail dealer in
Cooking, Parlour, Urn, and other
wi-difTorent patterns of Stoves; Japan
ned, Tin, Copper, Saeet Iron, Brass, and
Zinc Wares; Fenders; Bird Cages; Lard
Lamps; Safes; and Bathing Apparatus.
He would inform the public that he con
tinues to "manufacture and keep on band
II tbe different articles connected with
Country merchantt sre requested to eall
or send their orders and they will find his
prices uniform and cheaper than either
Cincinnati or Pittsburgh.
Marking plates cut in tbe neatest man
ner, and particular attention given to Job
Work, Houso Spouting, and Repairing.
Kanawha Republican and Jackson
Standard publish to amount of fire dol
lars, each, and charge this office.
Gillipclis, Feb. 14, '60. Au22t
F. & W. M. FABER.
(Successors to E. F. Fabor,)
Liberty at., a ear laeCaaal Basla, PHtaa'b.
ENGINE Builders. Irrn Founders, and
Machine card and Woolen Machine Msnufae-
tureis, bave constantly on hand and build anr
description of Engines, suitable for grist
mills, saw mills, bark mills, salt wells, factories,
Stc , together with every description of ma
chine castings; also. cards for woolen and rot
ton machinery, single and double woo! carting
machines, wool pickers, and woolen machine
ry, of all descriptions, and of tbe latest im
provements and best style of workmanship;
among which am condensers, spinning jacks,
shearing, knapping, and brushing machines,
broad and narrow, power looms, spindles, press
screws, press papers. Fuller's stoves, comb
plate, card plyers, card cleaners, tevolving and
vibrating spear blades, and most other articles
required by manufacturers, carders, cloth dres
sers, &e Jtr.
F. St. W.Faber would respectfully invite the
attentien of persona visiting this ciey for tbe
purpose of purehasinr. Steam Engines and
Boilers, to their establishment. Tbey pay
particular attention tn this branch of tbeir
business, and keep constantly un band finished
Inrra stork of Engine Machinery, raniine
from three to sixty horse power, which, for econ
omy of fuel, strength and workmanship, com
pare favorably with any manufactured in the
United states. Particular attention given
the construction of saw mill engines, foe
which we have pntterns made expressly.
r.neines, complete, furnished at tea days
Orders from all parts ol the country prompt
executed. 744 6m
mi'RRECTIOX L CUBA SUCCESS
The aid aasl ai laaldateal Gam-anneal ever.
Ikrswa, aasl pragresal ve Peaaoea-acy trt
aaapaaatn HAVING again assumed the prerog
ative of Commander-in-chief of
that well known, long established, and
unrivalled establishment, known ia
days of yore as
Baxter's Grocery and Bakery,
havinff provided ffor the special
benefit of my friends,) every thing
which is good to eat or drink, I am now
furnish bread and calces as cheap,
From single items, to a heap,
any man who ever sold
produce, paper, or even gold;
Coffee, in great abundance too.
From pound to hundred, all for you;
tea, which judges do declare
only good but rertr rare
for Tobacco, Chocolate, Bice,
need not stop to ask the price;
Bacon, Beef, Cheese and Crackers good
always have, and others should;
as for Candies, come and taste.
need not fear a little haste,
will do you trood to see mv shon.
Should you do nothing else than stoo.
Come, take a glass ot Cogniac,
French Brandy, Wine, or something
even Wiiskey, if you choose,
ask the printer for the news.
on, my friends, though I'm not
just as good, yours,
w m-r srn T A V 1"? Ta
May 30, 1850. 3m
RICHARD'S HIAISE LF AGAIN."
stitaeriber takes this opportunity of
informing his friends and citizens gener
that be Das resumed nis former occupation.
HOUSE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING and GLAZING, and hopes, by
attention to business, to merit tacit
Fellows' and Free Masons1 Aprons ex
ecuted witji neatness and dispatch.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Hanging done with neatness and dis
patch. Shop over Mr. Mathers Tin eSbop,
door to Mr. Yenier's.
J. W. BROWN.
a; 1850 Iy ,