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From the Boston Traveller, Oct. 31.
From the Boston Traveller, Oct. 31. Attempt to rob the Village Bank at Danvers—
From the Boston Traveller, Oct. 31. Attempt to rob the Village Bank at Danvers— One of the Robbers Killed.
'' A abort time since, the director! of :
the Village Bank t North Panvers, re
ceived information which rendered it
nrobable that an attempt would shortly
be made by a daring and expert gang of
robbe-s, to break into and rob the bank
They accordingly narrowly inspected
the defence of their safe for such an at
tack, and having concluded that it would
resist V pretty serious seige, they ap
pointed a citizen: of the town, named
Aaron Bateraan, as bank watchman.
This latter fact was not generally known
in the town, and the robbers themselves
were not probably aware of it. -
- At two o'clock this morning, Mr.
Bateman heard three or four persons ap
proaching the bank. They came to the
door which is of glass to within a few
feet of the bottom, and has no shutters,
and hailed to know who was inside, to
which the watchman replied that he was
there; and to another quory as to what
he was there for, He replies, 10 guara
the bank. At that the robbers began
tn nr9 afrainst the door, as if with
a view to burst it open, - The watch
nan warned them to desist, saying that
lie was armed, and that if they entered
ht would shoot them, fhey still per
isting, and he, fearing that their inten
tion was to get in and overpower mm
took up his gun, and bred amongst mem
as they stood outside ci ine aoor-
' The ball from the eun, it was after
wards ascertained, passed through one
of the lower panes of glass, carrying
away a part, of the sash. Immediately
after the discharge, the persons outside
were seen to run; but one of them, who
was evidently wounded, only went a tew
rods, when he staggered and leu. i no
others escaped in a carriage, which they
brought with them to the nan.
The noise ot the gun awakened Mr
John Pae. an seed nnd estimable citi
can of thevillaee. who lives in the house
nearest to the bank, and only a rod or
two distant, fie came out, but did not
notice the bodv upon the ground, and
returned into the house. Shortly after,
however, he again came out, and was
proceeding along in front ot his dwell'
ing, when he stumbled over the pros
. - He stooped down and discovered that
1t was his own son. He immediately re
turned to the house, and roused his son
in-law, Mr. Weston, who is Cashier of
the bank, and together they carried him
into the house. At that time he was
breathing, but senseless, and he shortly
after died. Neither Mr. w c3ton nor
Mr. Parre then knew of the affair at the
bank, they at first imagined that he had
receive a sub in some affray, but they
soon had information of what had oc
.curred. : "
. - The deceased was named John C
Paffe. and was unmarried. He was
About 43 years old. Until within four
or five years, he has carried on the
brickmaking business to a large extent,
and sustained a good character. Losses
jn business are said to have made him
rather irregular in his habits. He re
turned to his father's house some time
since, and it was generally hoped that
he had reformed. His father is said to
have provided liberally for all his wants.
This sad tragedy has caused a great
excitement in the region round about
the scene of its occurrence-. A coroner's
inquest is to be held upon the body,
when the matter will no doubt be
thoroughly investigated. Mr. Bateman.
the chief actor in the affair, bears a good
xbaracter among his townsmen.
. Some time ago, the keys of the bank
were stolen," and since that time the
hank has been in apprehension of an at
-: It is supposed that the unfortunate
man, when he found himse'f wounded,
ran with an intention of getting into the
house of bis father, where he resided.
He fell under an anole tree nearly in
front of the house.
We learn further, that Mr. Bateman,
after discharging the gun, remained in
the bank, and did not know the result
of the shot until morning, until which
time the door was not opened. Also,
that the robbers, after being warned by
Mr. Bateman to desist under penalty of
being shot, replied with an oath, that
they were strong enough to get rid of or
manage him. .
- It is also stated, but we do not vouch
for its correctness, that there was anoth
er person in the bank, who can testify as
to what passed between Mr. Bateman
and the robbers.
The keys that were stolen from the
bank some two years since, were taken
from Mr. Weston's pillow. After the
robbery of these keys was discovered,
the Bank charged all their locks. Page
bad an aged mother, also, aBd brothers
"and sisters, who are plunged into the
deepest affliction by hi? sad end.
.-.It is often said, that truth is some
times stranger than fiction, and who,
" upon reading the above narrative, will
deny the fact. A son, in sight of his
father's house, attempts, with his wicked
companions, to rob a bank the lather
is aroused by the noise of the gun which
carries his son to his last account, and
sallying out, stumbles over the dying
bodv of that son, thus cut Short in per
haps the beginning of his career of
crime, -r-- - ' --. ' ;' -
"Baltimore Cattle Market, Nov. 8.1
V Beef Cattle. The offerings at the
scales on Monday reached 1120 head,
94 of which were driven to Philadelphia,
Qtti .old. to the city butchers, puckers
W glaziers, and the balance left over
pnsold.liTne prices rangeo irom .
o ca M, ino lbs on the hoof, equal to
4 25 and 5 00 net, and averaging 2 37
gross. v' .
Hogs. The market is scarce,
. offices range from $5 to 5 85. '
,. M atok Deposed. James Curtiss,
.mayor of Chicago, has been deposed
by the city council, and A- S. Sher
man elected in bis stead. He had
refused to ign certain bonds, pre
pared by order of the council, and
j.his was the punishment for hi con-
November 13, 1850.
November 13, 1850. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE & CO.
Flour, per hot.
Wheat, per bushel,
Oora do do
Oats, do do
Flaxseed per bash, -Potatoes,
do do, -Onions
Dried Apples, per bush. '
Dried Peacbe do do -Lard
in keg, -Feathers,
per lb, -Rag.
Ginseng, mm. -
Beeswax, " "
Ecs, perdosen, . .
Cheese, per lb, - -Chickens,
per dozen, -Salt,
Kan., bush . per bbl,
Cora Meal, per bosh, '
Bran, per bush,
Coffee, per lb, -N.
O. Sugar, per lb per bbl,
Loaf do, do,
N O Molasses, gallon per bbl.
Rice per lb.
Tea, Young Hyson, per lb,
13 a 15
10 a 13
6 a 7
25 to 75
50 to 100
50 to 75
34 to 4
Bar 1 ron, assorted sizes.
Nails, 10 to 4,
Lard hl, per gal.
Linseed Oil, per gal.
Whiskay, gall, per bbl, -Red
White - ' -
f 3 50 W 5 00
23 a 24
Cincinnati Market, Nov. 9th.
Flour. The demand for Flour to
day was again moderate and prices were
sustained. The sales comprised 260
bbls mixed at $3 45: 500 do one brand
at 3 50; 82 do in three lots at 3 50a3
Grain. The supplies of Wheat are
ample and the market is not firm at 70c.
Sales of 1228 bush oats from river at
38c in bulk.
Iron. Pig continues to sell from
yard at 826, and from river at 825, usu
al time. The receipts are about equal
to the demand.
A sale of 150 bbls Whiskey from
Groceries. Coffee moves off steady
at I2al2ic; we notice sales of 100 bags
Rio at 12c and 50 do of Laguyra at
121c In Sugar we noticed sales of low
fair at 6c and fair at 61c. The stock of
sugar is getting low and that of molas
ses is very nearly exhausted.
A sale of 20 bbls Linseed Oil at 90c.
Bark. Sales of 200 cords from river
the past three days at S7 25a8 03 for
chestnut oak. -
The Tail of the Comet.
Is forty decrees in length, but to thin in
substance that stars are risible through if.
Tle marvellous tales of some nostrom-ajon.
rer are nearly as long, and quite as easily seen
The proprietor of Dr. Guysott's Extract of
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, however, has no
occasion to resort to such tales in order Jo at
tract public attention.
The actual cures performed by the article.
wherever it is introduced, is the basis upon
which the rep u tat ion of the remedy is found
ed, as the hundred of certificates of renewed
hopes health and life, that are continually
flowing in upon, wiU prove.
(Jr-Humbuga may ffourish for a time, but a
remedy must possess rare medicinal virtues, to
establish the reputation that Dr. Guysott's
Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla hrs established
herever it has been used.
See advertisement, nor 14
Of all diseases flesh is heir to we say, deliv
os from Consumption . She. with soft and
stealthy steps, hurries the victim in a great
many cases into another world, with constant
and flattering hopes of a speedy recovery.
There are an hundred different articles now
offered to the public, as great curatives for this
dreaded malady, but none have we seen that is
entitled to the confidence we repose in Dr.
Rogers' Compound Syrup of Liverwort and
Tar. We have heard and seen its effects, and
the certificates ton, of some of the leading men
Cincinnati are appended to the pamphlet.
you have a cough, use this medieine. If you
are fearful that this dreadful disease is preying
at your vitals, delay not, but take this and use
it. It will not harm you, if it should possibly
do you no good.
See advertisement in another column.
Bottled Porter. An Ohio pa
per states that a Miss Porter, in
that State, has married a man by the
name of Bottle. The editor says it
not only a good match, but proves
that there are more ways than one
to bottle porter.
Died, in Centreville, Ohio, on the
30th day of September last, after a
severe illness, Miss Salviiia Thomp
son, aged 23 years 4 months and 22
Miss Thompson having experienced
the loss of a father when quite young,
was deprived of many of the privi
leges wilh which so many are blest
at the present day. Notwithstand
ing her privations, she lived to enjoy
for a short season, the benefits of a
cultivated mind and heart. She pos
sessed many qualities of amiability
never thought her benifjeent Crea
tor a hard master was a beloved
associate, and the affectionate daugh
ter of a most tender mother, one
never appeared to anticipate a long
life, and during the past summer,
(even when in health,) has been heard
to give evidence of a knowledge of
her approaching death, tier suner
ings, which were " very ' intense to
ward -the last, were endured with
the ereatest patience She died in
hope of, a better world, leaving a be
reaved mother and many friends to
mourn her irreparable loss. - But
while: wo deeply sympathize with
the friends of the deceased, we can
not but reflect upon our own weak
ness, in weeping for those we must
so soon follow. . .
Say, mother, dear, why should you
Or shed your tears for me;
Ton soon must sleep death's last long
- Then me again youH see. '
Expressly for the Gallipolis Journal.
The steamer Atlantic has arrived at
New York, but the telegraph brings us
no European news of interest
Massachusetts Election. Boston, Nov. 12th.
The returns indicate that there is no
election of Governor by the people, in
which case it goes to the Legislature.
The following is the vote for Governor:
Boston city, Bripgs, Whig, 942,
something wrong in these figures.-Eo.
Bout well. Loco, 1903; Phillips, F. Soil,
1074. Bripgs, as far as heard from,
loses 40fl votes in the State.
Cokgbess. 1st district, Wm. Apple-
ton, Whig, elected, 2d md 3d, no
choice. 4th district, R. Frothingham,
Loco, elbjted. 5th, Chas. Allen, F. S.,
has a majority of 287 over both Loco
and Whig candidates. 6th. George P.
Davis, Whig, is probably elected. 7th,
John C. Goodrich, u big, is reported to
be elected. 8th, Horace Man is elected
by 300 majority over both competitors.
9th, O. Fowler, F. S. candidate, i pro
bably elected. From present appear
ances the Whigs will be in a minority
on joint ballot, owing to a coalition be
tween the Locos and F. Soilers, which
will effect their success in electing a U.
S. Senator in place of Wjnthrop, whose
tine expires next month.
Washington City, Nov. 12th.
George W. Hemarely, editor of the
Lancaster Tribune, has been appointed
postmaster at that place.
Washington City, Nov. 12th. Pittsburgh, Nov. 13, A. M.
There are five feet water in the chan
nel with prospects of rain and a rise.
The steamers Cincinnati, for Cincinna
ti, and Shenandoah, for St. Louis, leaves
to day. Business rather brisk this mor-
St. Louis, Nov. 9.
A letter from Ranesville 'says that a
tremendous fire is ragiug in the prairies,
doing immense damage to farmers.
I he wind was very nigh, which caused
the flames to spread rapidly. The In
dians were found firing the prairies in
various places; this is a most dangerous
and treacherous tribe; we refer to the
Omaha tribe, who are likely to cause
PENSION. BOUNTY LAND &
THOSE having claims on Govern
ment for Pensions, property lost or
destroyed, or any other claim, can have
them prepared and presented and other
wise attended to by calling on the sub
scriber. Bounty Land Agency. Having been
actively enearrd since the pacsftre of the late
Bounty Land, Law in preparing and sutbenti- I
eating declarations for military services, for
thote who bave heen enrared in the military
service of the United Mate, as well as the
widows and minor children of surb, be there-
fore flatters himself he can give entire satis
faction to those havinr rlaims for Bounty
Tnds. whether residing in Ohio, Virginia, or
any other state. 1 hoe wishing to employ
him can consult him by letter, (post-paid,)
when reidingat a distance.
I and Agency. For the last forty
years be has been engaged in buying and sell
ing Lands In Southern Ohio, and assisting
many in purchasing homesteads, consequently
thinks he can now be serviceable to both seller
and buyer. Those havinr Farms to sell can
have tbem brought into market and likely sold,
by having a description of tu h entered on bis
books, and advancing a smill sum to defray ex
penses of advertising in all the principal news
papers of the Northern and Southern States.
Office in ballipohs. on Main street, below
the Public '.Vbaif
Nor. 14, '50. tf
HAT & CAP MANUFACTORY.
J. VOGIN. thankful for
past favors would respect
fully 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
Beware of Counierfeilt.
I would say that he does not furnish
any Hats or Caps by the dozen to any
establishment in Gallipot is. He also
warrants hats to be free from cotton.
Sept 20. '49 18 wtf
LEWIS V. STOFFER,
DAG UERRIA 2V,
HAS opened Rooms in Gallipolis, at
the Franklin House, formerly kept
by Mrs. Ruby, where he will remain
for a short time, to execute Miniatures by the
Daguerreotype process-, in a style peculiarly
suited for presents or preservation. Portraits
laten oy the above improved process are pos
sessed of a degree of truth and beauty seldom,
if ever, seen Bmonr the works of Art: in fact
by the Daguerreotype
"The gift is given us,
To see ourselves as others see us."
PiRtnVM f.lon i n luw n. -IaiiXw wf h
and warranted not to spot or fade. Now is
which will remain when your body is ia dust.
ic wiii aiso villi nouses, to late corpses, u
Ladies and centlemen are resneetf ullr invi
ted to call and see specimens.
rnces m sun ine times. '
M . B. Instructions given in this truly won
derful art. and Datent inmnliH furnished on
the most reasonable terms.
this wonderful improvement in the art, re is
prepared to execute Likenesses in the various
and most approved styles.
JOSEPH PAYNE, Dentist, having
returned to this place, would re
spectfully announce to his lriends that
be has located in Gallipolis.and maybe
found at his office, over Maguet & Na
ret's Drug Store, or al bis residence on
Court street between Third and Fourth.
Nov, 7th, I860. tf
FRESH ARRIVAL. 1 have just re
- ceived my fall supply of the justly
celebrated .Premium Cooking btoves.
1 . F. MATHERS,
St. Louis, Nov. 9. Look here, my Friend!
STOP, AND LET US REASON TOGETHER.
Are yoa a Father, laboring lor the support of
a lauiiiy, and suffering n-osa general debility
and low sp.rita, so that Hfj almost seems a
burden, use Dr. 8. D. Howe's anker Sarsaparilla.
ARE YOU A MOTHER,
Suffering from diseases to which iessales art
generally subject, use Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker
Sarsaparilla jt will certainly cure yoa.
Male or female, old or young, all and every
family should bar this excellent Family Med
icine by them. Call at our depot, or on one
of our Agents, and get a pamphlet, gratis,
wkereyou will tod
FACTS! FACTS!! FACTS!!!
That can be substantiated by thousands of
living witnesses ia this city aad country, vix:
means of permanently caring mora disease
to which the buman family are continually
subject, than any other preparation of Sarsa
parilla ever yet brought before the public.
The purity and efficacy of the Shaker prepa
ration it well known, and requires ao long list
of certificate and cures to introduce it ; its
increased demand for the past twelve years, i,
its best recommendation.
This medicine has established its high repu
tation throughout New York and Mew Hamp
shire, and the Eastern States generally, by it
numerous and well attested cures ; and also by
the recommendation and approval of the first
physicians, who now use it ia their private
It is the only Sarsaparilla that act an tba
Liver, Kidneys and Blood at the same time,
which renders it altogether mora valuable to
eretr one, particularly Females.
Dr. Mussey, Professor in the 0jio Medical
College, says the Shaker preparations are truly
valuable, and recommends then to the puMir.
No Mercury no Mineral no Poisonous
Drugs in the Shaker Seraoarilla.
It is warranted to be purely and
And as a Female and Family medicine it has
Be s .re yon inquire for Dr. S. D. Howe's
ehaler sarsaparilla, and take no otner.
Quart Bottle XI per bottle, or six bottles
DR. S. D. HOWE & CO.
No. 1 College Hall, Cin., to whom all orders
must be iddressed, and br
MAGUET & NARET.
Agents, Gallipolis, O.
Agents, Gallipolis, O. Oct. 17. 1850.--3m
I lflR larliA nf hn ppisrnpir. Canvra
I nnrnnan hnlrlinfr a PAIR In thn
room adjoining the Sons' Hall, Star
I. r- it. . ma . a
Dunaing, uaiupoiis, on inursaay, tnn
5th of December, co.i mending at helfpast 10
A.M. As the oejeet of this Fair is to aid in
benevolent church purposes the public are re
spectfully invited to attend and patronize it;
and the members of sister churches are par
ticularly requested to attend. Refreshments
V. r i nil. k i n rim 1 1 1 nr.nar.il mnA
open during the day for the accommodation nf
iirr?un cimuns; in irom ine couniry, ana in
the eveninc the room will be brilliantly illumi
nated, and in addition to the sale of "Fsscr
Akticlu," refreshments of every kind will be
readiness ibr visitors.
Admission 10 cents; Tickets at the door.
Give us a call. Nov. 7. '30.
BY L. P. MAGUET. DRUGGIST,
10 Barrels best Tanners Oil;
1 do ('ream Tartar;
1 do Flour Sulphur;
1 cask Epsom Salts;
40 kegs of White Lead;
100 do Red Lead:
. 2 Bbls Lard Oil of a superior quality ;
2 casks of Spanish Whiting;
1 bbl Super Carb Soda;
1 can of Calcined Magnesia;
1 cask nf German Blark Lead ;
25 caks Trussian Blue;
Pure Chrome Green ;
Nutmegs, Cloves and Cinnamon.
Besides a general assortment of Drugs and
Chemicals, making his stock complete.
L. P. M. in?ites his friend and old custo
mers to give him a call, as he is determined
sell at a low anil (air price.
CH paid for Ginseng, Flaxseed, Beeswax
and Seneca nake Root.
L. P. MAGUET.
Nov. 7, '50. -3w
MS. JOPLIXG'S SELECT SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
THE present and sixth term of this
School will expire on the last Mon
day in November, at which time the
winter session will commence.
Mrs. Jopuxo, grateful for the very
liberal patronage heretofore received,
hopes, by her continued endeavors to
please, to merit a share of the public
patronage, and the confidence and sup
port of her former patrons. Prices the
same as heretofore, viz: 8'2 00 for the
Elementary classes, and 83 00 for the
higher English branches.
Mrs. J. would take this method of in
forming her patrons that instruction will
for the future be eiven in the French
language, and the Fancy and Ornamen
tal branches free of any additional
As Mrs. Joplino can accommodate
some two, three or more young ladies,
besides those already engaged, she
would like to receive such into her fam
ily as boarders and pupils, for which a
moderate charge will be ' made, and
country produce of any kind will be
taken in exchange for board or tuition.
. DALIXDAP. JOPL1NG,
Oct. 31. 1850. 5w
stale of Real Estate, by oeeler sT roars.
ON the 30th day of November, A. D.
1850, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
the door of the court bouse, in the town
Gallipolis will be sold to the highest bid
der, the following real estate as the property
Patrick Quinn, deceased, to-witi Fifty
three acres in the nortbswst corner of the
southwest quarter of Section 32, Tomn 9,
Range 16 of the Ohio t ompany's purchase.
Also, forty-three acres on the east side of the
northeast quarter of Section 10, Town 8.
Range 16; also, four town lots in the town m
Wilksville, No. 75, 76, 77, and 78. in Wilks
ville townshin. Vinton county, Ohio. Said
lands to be sold subject to the Widow's dower.
The 83 acres is appraised at two dollars per
acre; the 43 acre is appraiser at a nmiars per
acre, and the town lots a follows: No. 75 at
dollars; No. 76 at 35 dollars, and . f
and 78 at 30 dol'ars each. Terms of sal.
cash. ALICE QUINN. Adm'x of
By Siaon Doms, Agent.
Oct 31, '50. 5w
BOUNTY LAND AGENTS.
TTV S. & CH. J. MENAGER, Attor-
Jj, neys,wiH attend to all claims for
lands or Pensions under any of the acts
of Congress; Office south aide Public
Oct24th, 1850. r.
Wistar's Baleam of Wild Cherry.
Th4 (Trraf Remedy for ConmmpKm of
Lung. jlifKtniu if the Lmtr. Atthma, Bnm-
CAiru, fain er wraJnem Uu ttrtmtx ar
ZiKHf,aM tiher mj KtaoxJ of ait Pulmmmry
fr-r-WiSTAR'S BALSA OF WILD
CHERRY i a fin herbal medicine : com posed
cbiefir of Wild Cherry Bark, and the genuine
I .-.I. nit Mosa. fth latter iou-orted exoreasly
far this purpose.) the rare medicinal virtue of
which are also cosabinesl by a new chemical pro
cess, with the extract of tar thu rendering
the whole compound tba most eartaia ana
efficacious remedy vr discovered for
CONSUMPTION OF THE LUNGS.
hxirrttUnr Corrttpondaue. D r. Wm. Y.
Banks, of Xeaia, Ohio, a highly respectable
Druerist ia that dallrhtful v ill see bes ia form
ed us that the sale of Wistar Balsam of Wild
Cherry is unparaielled. The demand for it is
so carer, that be can careeiy teep nimseu
supplied with it. . He has bad ia bis' store
medicines for long affections, soma ot mesa
were esteemed good, and some gave tempore.
ry relict But since he has had Wister's Bal
sam of Wild UierrT, a number of tba most se
rious case were completely cured by its use.
"I never sold a madicine," sas the Doctor,
in which I bad that entire confidence that
I bave n this.'
11 Carft Whenever Wistar" Balsam of
Wild Cherry is introduced, it at once attains
that high reputation which it so richly de
serve. VV sat can prevent its saia, wnen on
every hand can bo wi tneesed its wonderful
cures 100 worst cases ui nsinma, recvoi
and dangerous couch, and also those tbat are
of rang st ending. Bronchitis or Consumption,
fin its eaily tages,l are aisrays eurea ny mis
HEREDITARY COJfSU.il fTIOrs I
Cured hv Wistar' Balsam of Wild Cherry.
The followinc euro of Jeremiah lsgrigg. of
Consumption, (five of his brother and sisters
having died of Consumption.) is truly wonder
ful. Ought not thi to urge th afflicted to
make use of this be!thiving remedy, when it
is affecting eures like the following:
Pleasant Ridoc, Hamilton Co .O.
September 37, 1850.
J. D. Paaa Dear Sir: 1 take the liberty
of arivisine vou of the benefit that I have de
rived from the use of -TJr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherrv. I was prostrated by that ter
rible seourge Consumption in May last. The
attack was truly horrifying to me, for fire of
out 'amily. (my brothers and sisters.) had died
of Consumption. I was afflicted with nearly
all of the wont features of the disease, I had
a distressing cough, and expectorated a great
deal of blood, hectic (ever, severe pains in the
side and chest, cold chill,, alternating with
flmhes of heat and couioos nirht sweats.
I mi under the care of a skilled phrsieian.
from the time I was taken sick until about six
weeks since, being then about helple, and my
frirnds considering my ca hooeless, or at
least beyond the reach of our physician's skill.
aHvied the ue of "Wistar's B.ilsam nf Wild
Cherry.'' Without mv knowledge my father
procured it, and commenced administering it
to me. and from the first day that I commenced
taking it. my health improved, and in two
weeks f'om the time I commenced using it, I
was able to be out and ovrrsee y biwines.
and labor, which I still continue to do. I have
taken four bottles of the medirine, and now
rnn.iHer mvself oerfectly well. I make this
statement to induce others that are afflicted
as I have been, to make trial ol v istar s Hal
sam of Wild CherT," which remedy has, un
der the blessing of rVovirfence, re tored my
health. JEREM1AII ISGR1GG
Still furthrr evidene of the remarkable cura
tive properties of thi inestimable prepara
RuasiLLViLLr, Brown co, O.,
Messrs. fanford Si. Park -Gentlemen:
About six weeks ago I received the aiency of
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, but with
some reluctance on my part, for the reason
that I had been the agent of so many pills and
other nostrums, which were crarked up to be
something wonderful, but which turned out
in the end to he of no account wnaiever. ex
eent to the manufacturer. But I candidly ait-
mit tbat this time I bave been deceived, for
the extraordinary eures effected by Wistar's
Balsam have convinced me that good can come
out of Nazareth. Your agent left me one
dozen bottles, which are all gone having
been the means of curing several obstinate case,
of Consumption, and no mistake; for wht I
see and know. I am bound to believe. One ease
in particular, a young gentleman in Winchev
ter, Adams eo., b ten miles from this place,
was cured of Consumption when the doctors
had given bira up. or could d nothing for him,
and it was the intention of his friends to con
vey him to your city and place him under the
care of some eminent physieian there. But a
friend told him of Wistar's Balsam, and that
he could obtain it of me. He sent for it, and
before the second bottle was gone, be was
sound and well, and attending to his every
day business. As there are several inquiries
for the medicine, it would be well to forward
an additional supply without delay.
Very respectfully yours,
The above frcm L. Newland. Eq ., a highly
respectable country merchant, commends it
self forcibly to the candid attention nf all
those who bave dounted the great mem of
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.
Remember thecrignal and only genuine
Wistar's Balsnm oT Wild Cherry was intro
duced in the year 1813, and it has been well
tested in (II complaints lor wbicb it is recom
mended. For 17 years it has proved more effi-
cacinu as a remedy for CorigSs, Colds, Influen
za, Bronchitis. Asthma and Consumption in
its incipient stages, than any other medicine.
Price CI per bottle or six bottles for $3.
Northeast corner of Fourth and Walnut
streets, entrance on Walnut. To whom all
orders must be addressed.
Dr. OayssMt'e lasswwved Extract f Tel lew
Usck sas Kanasmrllla.
Tnr. PHVLnsorHTor its OraaaTioiss. Dis.
eae arising from disordered ae'lon of the vi
tal system tbat is, of the orpins employed in
screening and preparing the fluid which sus
tain life cannot ne removen oy sneoicines
limited in their operation to the locality wbere
that disease manifests itself. I he manifesta
tion is merely the effect of a derangement of
the functions nf those organs which prepare,
secrete, and amalgamate the elements of the
blood If tnee elements be impure, or are
not mixed in due proportions the blood will be
in an unnatural state: and if so. the whole
system through which it circulates must be in
juriously affected. The grand desideratum
then, is a preparation wuicn win aci oirari
ly, powerfully, and safely, upon that portion of
the animal machinery which prepares from the
food taken into the stomach, that fluid which
afterwards becomes venous blood . This fluid
is called Chyle. In order to bare pur blood,
there mu,t be run chyle, and it is upon the
organization which prepares ana ecu upon
tnis chyle in other words, upon the digestive
apparatus the intestines, aad tba liver that
the medicine snouia acu
It has been proved by tba exnenenoe of
many years that Dr. Guysott's extract of Yel
low Dock and sarsaparilla operate in thu
srars and by removing, at th place of its on
gin, the cause nf disease, it affects a radical
Utner sarsaparuiaa may alleviate, on
Dr Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and
Sarsaparilla, eradicates all of tba disease of the
system by furnishing proper cby;a by wnien to
form the blood.
. "on geooina unless pot np ia large bottles
containing a quart, and name of the Syrup
blown m th ruws with the written signature
of S. F. Bennet, oo the outside wrapper.
Price CI ner bottle or six bottle tor Ci
Sold t-y J. D. Park. Cin, O., Northeast cor
ner of Fourth and Walant streets to whom
all orders must be adHmesed.
BoU hv Msruet A. Naret, Gallipolis: J.
Ca chart Jr. Co, Pt-Pleasant, Va.; G.J Payne.
Porter: & S. Murry, WUsWille; E. Fraxea,
Hamden; E. Long, Jckon..
Nov. 7, ;85fA-3av
TS offered to any person who will pro-
JL uuco onej-ioann uio amount of real
certificate of positive curs in ease of Caa
sumption ar diseased Langs a Dr, Rooxaa'
Lrecawoa-r aad Tea, has marie ia this city ar
any other place where tt has beea latredaeea
Although it has aot beea puffed ia th city
papers ia editorial form, by the Proprietor, fur
tha sole purpose nf gain, a most saadieiaes
are without retard to their worth,! yet the
demand be been enormous. Ia tha city of
Dayton 'a'one, where thi medicine has t.or
beea advertised to th amount of tea dollars
w received aa order from Messrs. Ells Claffin
S, Co, to the amount of oa thousand bottles.
Aad this too, in th summer season, wh
there is comparatively little at? no demand for
medicine of thi character. .
STATEMENT OF DR. HIRAM COX.
Lata Professor in the Cincinnati Eclectic
Medical Collere. and a physician wen known
who has an extensive practice, in relation to
the euro of .Mies Belt, after having been given
np to die with the last staee of consumption
by a au nrber of able physicians.
Mr. A. Li. Scotiix Kir: nowevev reluc
tant I bave been to permit my name to ap
pear, attached to a certificate recommending
Patent Medicines. Nostrums or Catboiieoms,
1 nevertheless think it my duty, not only to
my nations but to the community, and all
afflicted with disease requiring cough medi
cines to state that in three particular cases of
incipient Consumption, viz: Mis Belt, step
daughter of Mr. John I err of this city, a Miss
Barger, sister-in-law of Mr. V. Wonder, botch
er, and Mr.R. K. Cox, one of ooreity mancil,
that Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrup of Liver
wort and Tar operated more like a specific,
than any remedy of a similar character in its
operation, thst I have ever used in my prac
tice. One of the cases above, viz: Miss Belt,
appeared to be laboring under the last stage of
Scrofulous Consumption, as pronounced by
several physician who were ia attendance
previous to my being called to treat ber case.
She is at this time in the enjoyment o as ap
parent y good health, and from appearance, as
likely to die with any other disease, as any
other young lady of thi city. As it respects
the health of the other two cases,all the threat
ening premonitory symptoms seem ttihave sub
sided, from th use of a few bottles of the Sy
rup above. Very respectfully, Ste
HIRAM (.OX, M.D.
Cincinnati. Jan. 23, 1?7.
Rave yoa faasahT
Call on the following well known citizens
and see whether they will not recommend yoa
to try this m dicine at once: Hon. Judge
Wm. Burke, J. P. (Jamiss, Ksq, Griffin Yeat
maa, Esq., Jamee Foster, E.q., Col. J. Riddle,
Stephen Burrows Ksq, David Churchill, Eq,
Thoma, Mitchell, f sq. J. T. Crapsey. Esq,
Ebenezer Harrion. Esq, Mr. Samuel Trevor,
of the firm of Woodruff Sl Trevor, Mr. John
RT e. Rev. G corse Malev, Rv. Mr. Walker,
-IV. Samuel R. Lea. Mr. John II. Hudson.at
thr corner nf Main and Abigail streets used
this medicine upon a periodical ootigb of more
than fifty years standing, with entire sureess
fJyN. B. Such has been its great success,
that If any will try it, in all eases of Diseased
Lung?, and receive no benefit, even in '24
hours time, and return the bottle, bis money
will be refunded.CO
For sale by A. L. Scorn.!, comer of Fifth
and Race streets Cincinnati: also, L. t. MA
GUET. Gallipolis Ohio. Thos. Evans Cen
treville. llalliHnys, WaHdell ft Co., Porter.
October 24, 50 . 1 yen. 4m
"VTOT1CE. There will bo a petition
Xl presented to the Commissioners of
lalha county, at their annual meetingm the
first Monday nf December next, praying the
location and establishment of a county road in
aid county, commencing at the county, nr
State road from Vinton to Wilkesrille, where
said road eros.es the section line between sec
tions 13 and m2i in Huntington township, be
tween the larms of William Adnev and John
Potter, thence as near said section line, as a
good road can be made conveniently, to the
line ofMorgon township; thence in a north
eastwardly direction through the lands of
James C. Hamilton, to or near the bouse of
Samuel Akely; thence down the run to the
Gallipolis and Wiikeaville road; thence along
aid road towards Gallipolis beyond Henry Mia
ners house; thence eastward ty to the house of
Isaac Welker; thence the nearest and best way
to the old "Strrmi" road, the Slounting bridge,
Oct. 21. 130. Iw.
Big Bandy mm Ualllstolle Packet.
fwlljj TAYLOR, Hosn, Master,
S)C'int has been thorough'y re
paired, and will run as a regular Pack
et from Cincinnati to Big Sandy and
Gallipolis. Leaves Cincinnati every
Tuesday and Friday evenings at 4
o'clock, and will go to Gallipolis every
Saturday. Returning will leave Galli
polis every Monday, and Big Sandy
every Thursday morning at 7 o'clock.
J. Y. HU'RQ. Master.
Oct. 21, '50. 4 w
THE rORTER CASH STORE,
S now receiving from Philadelphia
and Pittsburgh, a full supply of
GOODS suitable for the iresent and approach
ing season. To tbne who have been in the
habit of making their purchases here the above
announcement will be sufficient; to the pub
lic in general, a more extended notice may be
necessary. The bnsines of this store is con
ducted on the CASH 8YSTK M, and thus the
delay, risk, expense, and loss incurred in the
credit system being avoided. Good ar sold
l-owra than any credit store can sell mem.
A list of prices will be furnished to any person
wtshinc it. who will call at the Store, and
goods will be freely shown to all, whether wish
ing to purchase or not. A comparison with
the pr.ees of any retail store in ine won a may
safely he challenged! Let those who doubt
thi, call and examine lor inemeives( iney
ill be astonished at the difference in mere
between this and other stores.
Wheat, Corn, Osts.Flaxseed.Ginseng. Kngs,
Feathers, Dried Peaches, Eggs nd other ap-
orove l articles of country produce will be re
ceived as cah in payment for Goods; but it
is hoped tbat no person will ask for creriii,
none can be given. An inflexible adherence
to this rule, is the best guarantee for the con.
tinuance of low prices. No article will be
sold below cost, as a sait. and no fienoction
will be made from the price asked, am uaoos
sold at this store will be warranted to give sat
isfaction, or they may be returned, and the
will be refunded. .
trjinvEi - . .
Porter, Gallia eo, O, Nov. 7,'50-3w
NEW FALL 4- WINTER
RECEIVED Irom Phit.adei.phia, by
WM.C. MILLER, a general as-
aortment of the most iasmcnaoie tyies
of Fall and Winter GOODS, which
II be sold upon favorable terms at
the lowest cash prices. 7 he public are
respectfully invited to call and examine.
Gallipolis, Oct. 31, I860. tf
PURE IMPORTED WINES.
TUST received and for sale by the do-
sj zen or single bottle, pure imported
Ixgolbeimer, vintage of 1842; also a
few dozen bottles of Niebsteihsi, vin
tage 1846. The above Wines can be
procured at the Drug Store of
L. P. MAGUET.
Nov. 7, '50.
HIGH SCHOOL, GALLIPOLIS, O.
REV. HENRY T. VOSE AND MR.
DANIEL SAMMIS, PRINCIPALS.
THIS Institution is now ia successful
operation, and is open for the recep
tion of students. All the department
or Instruction tre well sustained, yet
it may be proper to observe that th.
elementary principle, of the aeversi
branche of study will receive the roost
careful attention. Cornpoaitiona and
declamations throuD-hout th
Strict attention will be given to tba da!
Dortment and morals of tha atuHenta.
Galiipolis is situated upon the Ohio
river and is well known to possess great
beauty of situation, and a healthy cli
mate; it is also well known for the mor
ality of tu citizens, and Its valuable
Board can be obtained at from
to $2,00 per week. Students, by form
ing clubs can save a portion of this
TCmON PBS TERMS.
For common English studies. $i 00
For Mathematics and the higher
branches of English studies, f 4 OO
For Latin and Greek languages, 85 00
It is designed to make this institution
in all respects worthy of the continued
patronage of the public.
Oct. 24, I860. 3m
WHOLXSALX AXD KIT Alt, SIALIK OT '
STOVF.S, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WARE, &c
Court t., next door to Miller's torntr.
Oct. 10, '50.
F you wish to see a superior Cookinir
Stove call at Mathers' Stove Depot,
and look at his Meteor Air-Tight Cook
ng Stoves, combining the principle of
the double and single oven.
THE finest, cheapest and most beauti
ful assortment of Fire Fronts,
Grates, &c, ever brought to this mar
ket, to be found at Mathers' Stove Depot.
IHWE just received a beautiful as
sortment of house furnishing Hard
ware, consisting in part of Hearth Stan
dards, Umbrella Racks, Shovels. Tongs,
&c, in setts; Glass Lanterns, Lard
Lamps, Willow Baskets, brass and cop
per Kettles, &c.
Uct.lU.I93U. t. M VlHtKS.
AT IT AGAIN. ' - . .
JUST received and now opening at
REGNIER'S Old Stand,
a fine fresh lot of Goods of the usual
variety, which, in addition to former
stock, is made to include all articles
u-uaily wanted in this market, and to bo
sold at prices that will please all rea
Old customers are respectfully soli
cited to continue their pat onage to this
well known establishment, and the com
munity at large are invited to make
t . e -
purcnase nr two oy way oi experiment,
as the motto of the proprietor is to sell
at prices that shall induce all to call ft
second, yea even the hundredth time.
Gallipolis, Oct. 17, '50. 2m
D. N. ALLARD & OV
TTTOULD respectfully inform th
V V citizens of Gallipolis and vicinity
that they have established themselves in
the Grocery business, on Second street
one door below Mr. Miller's Store,
where they are prepared to accommo
date all their friends who are desirous
of purchasing. Their stock consists In
part of the following: ,
Ira, Coffee, brown and loaf Sngar, Rice,
Fiih, Molasses, Vinegar, Tobacco, assorted. Ci
gars of every quality. Brooms, Buckets, Liver
pool Ware, Pepper, Sp.ee, Cinnamon, Cknra ,
Nutmegs, Matches, Mustard, Saleratus, Starch,
Ginger, Lead, Percussion Caps, Cheese, Rai
sins, Fancy Soap, assorted. Indigo, Candles,
Candlewirk, Batting, Tacks, Candle-stick-,
Wallets, Blacking, Ehoe Brushes, Shaving
Brushes, Match Safes, Pepper Boxes, Cnffe
Mills, Curry Combs, Pencils, Pen and Pen
holder,, llarmonieus. Tooth Brushes, Slate
Pencils, Mirrors, Rose Hair Oil, Bears Oil,
Sweet Oil, Chalk Lines, coarse, fin and Tuck
Combs, Siam's Side Combs, Vinlin Strings,
Buttons Hooks and Eye. NeUles,Pins, Beads,
Needle Caes, Ac, &.C
Childrens Toy of every description ;
Soda, Butter and Sugar Crackers;
Dried Beef and Bologna Sausage (
Candies, assorted Loxenges ;
Cream Nnts, hard and toft Almond. Fil
bert. Pea Nuts, Ate.
Jackson Craskers, do Rolls, &e.
All kinds of country produce taken
in exchange for Groceries.
Oct. 3, 1850 2m
FOR SALE at FLEMING'S Drug Store,
an th north aide of the Public Square,
Gallipolis, Sellers , McLane s, Hohensack's,
Fitcb's, Loudon's, l annrstoek's, and otoar
Vermifuge. Aug. 29.-Jns
NOTICE. There will be a petition
presented to the General Assembly
of the State of Obio.at their next session, to
have a Stat Road laid out within thecoma,
ties of Meigs and Gallia, commencing at tha
town of Dansville, in Meigs county, aad ter
minating at the county road near Jacob CaU
well's, in Morgan township. Galhaeounty.end
making the bouse of Samuel Rowland an in
Oct. 31, 1H.tO.-4w"
a mt ReaJ Eetase, r awste mf Cewis.
ON the 30th day of November, A. D.
1 850, at 11 o'clock A. M on the
premises in the township of Morgan, ia tba ,
county of Gallia, will be sold to the hig'iest
bidder, the following real eetata, a the proper
ty of Isabella Clark and Richard H. Clark, te-
wit: the undivided two-thirds of sixteen aad
11-100 acre of land, situate in said township
of Morgan, and described a follows 1 brgia-
ning at the ?i t corner of tb land of a. tro
ver, at a post, thence East 6 chain and
links, to a post, thane south 97 chain and 9
links to a stone on the township line, thcaes
Wast 4 chain and 93 Hnks. to a post, thence
North 7 chains and 50 links, te a post, t sen oe
Wart 1 ebaia aasl link, ta a post, theaea
North 19 chain and 9 link. to tha plan
betinnina, in tba N W quarter of Section IS.
Town ?. and Range 15 of the Ohio Company
Purchase. Appraised at JI75. Terns '"
third cash ia hand; one-third ia six am tba,
and th residue ia on yea with interest fro at
th'imf HORACE B.RSSON.
Guardian of Isabella Clark and RicVd CUzfc.