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Feeling in Georgia—Fugitive Slave Law—The Presidency—Gosport Navy Yard—Rumors, &c: Correspondence of the Baltimore Clipper. WASHINGTON, Oct. 28, 1850. . TMrs. Fillmore, daughter and sod, arrived in town Saturday night, from I - ; . :.u r" ineir uuuio, iu tuuiyauy wuu wcu. Wool, who joined them at Albany. She brought on with her a fine span - of Mack horses for the State carri- acrei.r ?-- :-':-. ' ' There is no truth in the report . . ,. that John C.Clark, Solicitor 01 me Trnrv. hn heen offered the half mission of Ecuador and Bolivia, at least auch was not the case to-day at noon. . . . Auditor Clayton has letters from Georgia, assuring mm mat part? will sweep the State at the cominK election for delegates to the rrt-.n.:n Mr. Stevens little Alexander H. writes, I learn, that the feeling is universal, that no more aggression upon slavery will be al lowed by Georgia, that Union and Disunion men agree, tnai -n ine r u gilive Slave Law should be repealed or slavery be abolished in the dis trict of Columbia, or the Wilmot Pro nnt non Utah or New Mex ico, no power on earth can prevent Georgia from bolting om 01 u fmm.Jn other words, revolution izing the present federal government The Union men may well agree with MB UISUDIUUISUiIU UU una In the happening of either of the above contingencies, for neither will ever take place. A gentleman, who had recently been travelling in North Ohio, and West New York.has arrived in town, and brings the gratifying intelligence, that the mass of the people are de termined to uphold the lugitive slave law, and that the recent excitement is more the work of the newspapers than of the people. Notwithstanding Frank Gran ger's predic'.ons of whig success in New York, I learn, that the face of things has greatly changed in the last few days, that there is now a strong probability of the entire dem ocratic ticket. The New York election is big with the fate of the two great parties. I hear, that Cunningham, of the Portsmouth, Van Pilot, who has re cently been in New York, returns home, satisfied of the success of the Democratic party in 1852, and that 1m nmivKM tn hoist the flag of Hous ton and Dickenson, in the course of a few davs. Such a ticket will oe liardtobeat. If the Whigs propo es to defeat it, they will be obliged to do what they have not yet done, cultivate harmony, give the offices no the working Whigs, throughout "the country, find two of the stron gest candidates in the Union, and acquire Cuba and Canada right off. , Father Whittlesey has left us on a flying visit to Ohio. Mr. Webster will not be at his post till the 10th or 15th of next month. Mr- Ste wart is daily expected to return. Mr. Crittenden will not be back probably, before the" middlof next month. The Secretary of the Treasury lias selected one of the ablest lawyers -and most thorough business men, from Ohio, for the Assistant Secre taryship of his Department. I am idiot at liberty to give his name at this writing. It is proper that this officer should have the entire confi dence of the Secretary, before he can relieve the Secretary of his la bors, according to the intent of the law creatine the office. ..Some of the President-makers not content with the standing candidates, are on the lookout for new material. Gen. Jessup and Gov. McDowell are spoken of by these searchers after novelty. Two more able men could not le found. . Jessup ' is a man for the times. Let Robert J. Walker be asked, to whom Mr. Polk was most indebted for his success in. conduc ing the Mexican war, and he will 'reply Gen. Jessup. As to McDow ell, I regard him as one of the first statesmen in the U. States. " ' ' " i.The Scott men are looking about -Tnv-Vie President. Long Jimmy Tntiu Jr.f Tnn.: seems iust now to 'be the prominent candidate. Scott and" Jones, Houston ana - uicaeubuu ' neck and neck would those nags - come out at the judges' ;standl There 'r ntKi.ru ' n SeottV friends who " want John Bell for Vice, and others .Again, who want Judge Sharkey. Por my part, , it l had the cnoosing, I would take the most rampant Dis . union Whig that could be found for Scott's . ticket. Just now I would 'prefer John S. Preston, 'of South Carolina, --' - : r- 'ghould not be surprised if Mr. Gungle, the anti-Benton roan, who isnow enjoying an office . in the Trsacnrvl at four dollars a day, will 'get his walking papers by the first of 't month '. .Mr, G. will surely not txmiplain after enjoying two years ARISTIDES. J t'-j.',.Jf Tnr- a VrtJ.Ptive TOT j , i'rThe .Providence : Journal, pub- . ' i . c rtti a ritn shes a list o . . 'iMw-.:il all with the exceo- Ua WWHls" uiuw - . t .. r . i ;iK;n thirtv miles of IKm vl liiro, "- - j , . that city, wnicn nave .usuuw. erations and, are now lying 4dle. rnmmftnt is needless .-.;.: :;;- ARRIVAL OF THE WASHINGTON. TON. ; Two Days Later from Europe. NEW YORK, Nov. 4. The steamer Washington arrived last evening with 165 passengers and a heavy cargo, including 158 tons from Bremen, ihe advices from London are to the 20th ult., being two days later than those by the Canada. The news from England is of little importance. The markets appear to have undergone no change. Flour and Wheal were dull. The overland mail arrived from India on the ISth, but the general news was anticipated by telegraph. In Paris the Legitimists party are still unfavorable to the prolongation of the President s power. Spain. Accounts from Madrid stale that the Cabinet was making great efforts to get over the 1st of November, the period for opening the Courts. Twelve hundred troops sailed from Cadiz for Havana, and Gen. Consha, with a fresh detachment was to sail on the 15th. Germany. The improvement no ticed in the affairs of Hesse Cassel had been evidently arrested by the bad management of the new Ministers, and the State we.s still in a disorgan ized condition. A new Ministry had been constituted in Hanover. From Washington. BALTIMORE, Nov. 3. A letter from Washington says President Fillmore has directed the Secretaries of War and the Navy to issue immediate orders to the proper officers in command of land and sea forces, in New England, to be in leadiness, with the men at their command, to aid the U. S. Marshal for the district of Massachusetts, in carrying into execution the fugitive slave law, should the Marshal find it necessary to call for ass:stance. Or ders to this effect have been trans mitted to the authorities in Boston. New Orleans, Nov. 4, P M Mr. Place, the manager the American Theatre, died yesterday. The Gladiatcr has just arrived from Cincinnati. The leading Democrats have pub lished an address, censuring the course of Senator Soule, while . in Congress. The steamer Tribune, from Cin cinnati, tor this port, was burned ninety miles above this city on Sat urday. The greater part of her car go is a total loss. Pittsburgh, Nov., 5th, P. M. River 5 feet two inches and fall ing. Weather pleasant, uunng the ate rise 15U boats and flats arrived down the Allegheny with boards, planks, shingles and lathes. IN o price has yet been fixed for either. Pittsburgh, Nov., 5th, P. M. New York, Nov. 5th, P. M. It is positively stated that Kos suth and other Hungarian exiles at Kentaya, having received permission to return from the Ottoman Empire, will at once embark for the United States, with a view to a permanent settlement. A number of them who had heretofore adopted the Mussul man religion, are thus enabled to re turn to Christianity. Gen. Bern is said to be foremost on the list. CINCINNATI MARKET. Cincinnati, Tuesday, Oct. 5th. The demand for Flour is but mode rate, and is chiefly confined to lots for the local trade and home consumption. bales or 10 bbls last evening at 3 55. Nothing doing in grain. In Provisions the only sales we hear of to day were a few lots of butchers' Lard at 6c. We noticed some new Hams to-day just out of the smokehouse but did not hear of any sales. The Whiskey market opened at a decline this morning, at which sales ofi 112 bbls from canal and 100 from river at 22c. The Grocery market was very quiet to-day, on the wholesale.but the jobbers' trade continues brisk. We notice the receipts of two small lots of new Su gar, with sales of fair at 6i. In Cof fee we heard of 80 bags good Rio at 1 1 ; SU lair, do at 50 do do at 12 a!2j, and 50 do, at 121 indicating a fair demand, and at these rates the mar ket is steady. . ' November 2. . Sales of Flour at $3 55 and 3 59. Grain. Old corn continues in fair request but prices are a shade lower. We notice sales at 46 and 48c. In Wheat 4000 bushels sold from canal at 70c. Oats range from 36 to 37c. Hay We notice sales or prime Tim othy in bales from river at $12al2 50. In market 13 00a 14 00 continue to be the rates lor this description.: . Provisions. No. 1 ; Lard 6 Can vassed common hams 7C. ,"' ' . Sales of Whiskey from canal and the river at 22f. -.. r Sales of common Rio Coffee at 12 J. A sale of 10 bags new dried peaches attI25. ; Cincinnati, Nov. 4. . . ; Flour and Grain. Sales- were con fined to 285, 150 and 69 bbls at 3 50; 50 do at 3 55, and 102 do at 3 55, de livered.,; In Grain, the only sales no ticed was 450 bush , oats at 37c- We quote Wheat at 70c. . . - - . Cattle. Sales of 70 head averaging 500 to 600 lbs at 3 50a3 60. and 46 do 550 lbs, af 3 60 per 1 00 lbs net, ; Sugars There is a continued fair! demand at steady rates; sales of 0 hhds good fair at 6 Jc, and 5 dtf at 6c molasses. Bales of SO bbls N. O. at 35c The market is very firm. CofiW-Salea of 66 bags Eio at 12; 25 do at! 2c. cash, and 41 doatllia!2. I he market is less firm. Oil A sale of 8 bbls of Linseed at 90c. a decline. Cheese. Sales of 700 bxs In lots at 6c. There is a good shipping, with considerable of a speculative demand. Butter. A sale of 12 ferkins ordi nary at lOc.and 4 bbls choice roll at 15c. New Orleans Market, Nov. 2. Flour market heavy with limited sales at c4 65a4 60 for common brands. Corn is scarce at 73a85c. Oats 63a 55c. Bacon sides very scarce and pri ces still tend upwards. Sales at 6ia7c. Mess pork has advanced to 811 60a 11 75. Sales of 3000 bass Rio Coffee at lOJal 1c. , Sales of whiskey at 30c. fnme lard 71c GALLIPOLIS MARKET. November 6, 1850. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE & CO. Flour, per bbl, - -Wheat, per bushel, Corn, - do do Oats, do do Klaneed per bush. Potatoes, do do, Onions do do, Dried Apples, per bush. Dried Peaches do do Lard in aeg, -. Feathers, per lb, -Rags, " " Ginseng, " " -Beesarax, " " Butter, - -Figs, per dozen. Cheese, per In, - -Chicken, per dozen, -Salt, Knn., bush . per bbl. Corn Meal, per bush, Brnn, per bush, -Coffee, per lb, N. O. Sugar, per lb per bbl, Ixwf do, do, N O .Molasses .gallon per bbl. Rice per lb. Tea, Youn Hyson, per lb, M Imperial, 44 Gunpowder, $3 T5 60a?0 25 30 80 40a50 40 50 100 6 a 7 25 3 i3 20 20 12 5 6 a 8 5 a 100 32 40 7a8 14 a 15 7 a 8 10 a 12 37 6 a 7 25 to 75 50 lo 100 50 to 75 3J to 4 3 50 to 5 00 . 70 90a100 - 22 a 24 125 75 Bur Iron, atrarted sizes. Nails, 10 to 4, Lard OH, per gal, T.ineed Oil, per gM, Whinkay, gall, per bbl, Red Beans, White - Life Sentence for In cexdiabism. VVm. Duffy, convicted at Ipswich of burning the Danvers Congregational Church has been sentenced to the State Prison'for life. LEWIS V. STOFFER, DAG UERRIAN, 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 Uat;uerreotype pmre1 in a style peculiarly suited for presents or preservation. Portraits taken by the above improved process are pos sessed of a derreeof truth and beanty seldom, if ever, seen amonr the works of Art ; in tact by the Daguerreotype "The gift is given n. To see ourselves as others see us." Pictures taken in clrnr or cloudy weather. and warranted not tn spot or fade. Now is your time to procure a life-like Likeness, which will remain when your body is in dust. He will also visit bouses, to take corpses, if deired. Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invi ted to call and see specimens. rnees to suit the times. N . B. Instructions given in this truly won derful art, and patent apparatus furnished on the most reasonable terms. Nov.7tb, 1850-3w DENTISTRY. T OSEPII PAYNE, Dentist, having ,J. returned to this place, would re spectfully announce to his lriends that he has located in Gallipolis, and maybe found at his office, over Maguct & Na- ret's Drugstore, or at his residence on Court street between Third and Fourth. Nov, 7th, 1850. tf JUST RECEIVED, BY L. P. M AGLET. DRUGGIST. Gallipolis, 10 Barrels best Tanners' Oil; 1 do Cream Tartar; 1 do Flour Sulphur; 1 cask Epom Salts; 40 kegs of White Lead; 100 do Red Lead: 2 Bbls Lard Oil of a superioi quality ; 2 casks of Spanish Whiting; 1 bbl Super Carb Soda ; . 1 can of Calcined Magnesia; 1 cask of German Blark Lead ; 25 casks Prussian Blue; . Pure Chrome Green ; Nutmegs. Cloves and Cinnamon. Besides a general assortment of Drurs and Chemicals, making his stock complete. Li. r. M. invites bis friends and old custo mers to give him a call, as be is determined to sell at a low and fair price. Cash paid for Ginseng, Flaxseed, Beeswax and Seneca Snake Root. L. P. MAGUET. Nov. 7. '50 .-3w THE PORTER CASH STORE, TS now receiving from Philadelphia JL and Pittsburgh, a full supply of GOODS suitable for the present and approach ing season. To those who have been in the habit of making their purchases here the above announcement will be sufficient; to the pub lie in general, a more extended notice may be necessary. The business of this store is con ducted on the CASH SYSTEM, and thus the delay, risk, expense, and loss incurred in the credit system being avoided. Goods are sold Lowaa than any credit store can sell them A list of prices will be furnished to any person wishing it, who will call at the Store, and goods will be freely shown to all, whether wish ing to purchase or ot. A comparison with the prices of any retail store in the world may safely be challenged! Let thasa who doubt this, call and examine for themselves; they will be astonished at the difference in r a ices between this and other stores. - ------ Wheat, Corn, Oata,Flaxseed,Ginseng, Rags, Feathers, Dried Peaches, Egg., and other ap proved articles of country produce will be re ceived as- cash in payment for Good; but it is hoped that no person will ask for credit, as 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 Bxrr, and no deduction will be made from the price asked. All Goods sold at this store will be warranted to give sat isfaction, or they may be returned, and the money will be refunded: ' GEORGE J. PAYNE.' Porter, Gania. eo, On Nor. 7,'5(U3w i Tor. AMD UCT SS BSASOR TUU1IBU. An yoo a Father, laboring far tbe rapport of a bnuly, and uaering Croat general debility aad low pirita, wo that Ufa almost arena a burHeo, io Dr. 3. D. ito' Sbaket Sana-parilla. lit TOO A OTHCB. Suffering from disease to 'whirb females art generally subject, use Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Samparilla it will certainly cure too. Male ar female, aid or young, all and every family should have this excellent family Ml lrme by theta. Call at our depot, ee on one "genu, ana gel a pmmpuwW grans, woere yo will and l FACTS' FACTS 3 FACTS'l! That can be substantiated by thousands of living witnesses ia this city and country, that the - SHAKER SARSAPARILLA, As prepared by I. S. D. Howe, has been the means of permanently coring mora diseases to which the human family are continually subject, than any other preparation of Sarsa parilla ever yet brought before I be public. The purity and efficacy of the Shaker prepa ration is well known, and requires no long list of certificates and cures t introduce it; its increased demand for the past twelve years, is its best recommendation. This medicine has established its high repu tation throughout New York and Mew Hump shire, and the Eastern States generally, by its numerous and well attested cures; and also by the recommendation, and approval ef the first physicians, who bow use it in their private practice. It is the only SarsapariL'a that arts on the liver. Kidneys and Blood at the same time, which renders it altogether mora valuable to every one, partirulnrly Females. Dr. Mussey, Professor in the Ohio Medical College, says the Shaker preparations are truly valuable, and recommends tbem to the puMic, No Mencury no Mineral no Poisonous Drugs in the Shnker Saraiimrilla. REMEMBER, It is warranted to be purely and ElTTiaELT VEGETABLE, And as a Female and Family medicine it has no equal . Be Siire yon inquire for Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Sarsaparilla, and take no other. Quart Bottles 1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5. For sale by DR. S D. HOWE St. CO, Propriet's, No. 1 CoM.'-e Hall, Cin, to whom all orders must be addressed, and bv MAGl'ET & VARET. Agents, Gallipolis, O. Oct. 17. 1850. 3m PURE IMPORTED WINES. -rrroT" : j j r i u .v. 3 I it, i .1 zen or single bottle, pure imported I.NGOLHE1MER, vintage ol Wit; also a few dozen bottles of Niersteixek, vin tage 1 846. The above Wines can be procured at the Drug Store of L. P. MAGUET. Nov. 7, 50. Stale et Real Entair, bv erdrr afCeart. ON the 30th day of November, A. D. 1850, at 11 o'clock A. M., on the premises, in the township of Morgan, in the county of Gallia, will be sold to the hir'ieit bidder, the following real estate, as the proper ty of Isabella t lark and Richard If. Clark, to wit: the undivided two-thirds of sixteen and 11-100 acres of land, situate in said township of Morgan, and described as follows: begin ning at the N E corner of the lands of E. ( ro ver, at a post, tbence East 6 chains and & links, to a post, thence south 27 chains and 9 links to a stoue on the township line, tbence West 4 chains and 93 links, to a post, thence North 7 chains and 50 links, to a post, thence West 1 chain and .13 links, tn a post, thenre North 19 chains and 89 links, to the place ol beginning, in the N W quarter of Sectiou 19, Toon 7. and Range 15 of the Ohio Company's rurchase. Appraised at 175. Terms one third cash in hand ; one-third in six months. hand the residue in one year with interest from the day of sale, HORACE B. S1SSON. Guardian of Isabella Clark and Rich'd Clark. Oct-31,'50. 5w MRS, 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. Jopling, 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: $v! 00 lor the Elementary classes, and $3 00 for the higher English branches. Mrs. J. would take this method of in forming her patrons that instruction will tor the future be given in the r rench language, and the Fancy and Ornamen tal branches free of any additional charge. As Mrs. Jopliho 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. DALINDA P. JOPLING. Oct. 31. 1850. 5w NEW FALL 4- WINTER GOODS. "D ECEIVED from Pmt.AOELPrnA,by fl. WW c .MIT.TPl? . ..t j.v """!"'" " , r?1 n a m fashlonab'e Siy'es of Fall and Winter GOODS,, which will be sold upon favorable terms at the lowest cash prices. The public are respectfully .invited to call and examine Gallipolis, Oct. 31, J850. tf Rale af Real Estate, by order t'aart. ON the SOth day of November, A- D. 1850, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the door of tbe court bouse, in tbe town of Gallipolis, will be toM to the highest bid der, the following real estate as the property of Patrick Quion, deceased, to-wit; Fifty- three acres in the northwest corner of the southwest quarter of Section 32, Tama 8, Range 16 of the Ohio t empany's Purchase. Also, forty-three acres on the east side of tbe northeast quarter of Section 10, Town 8, Range 16; also, four town lots in the towa of Wilksville, Nos. 75, 76. 77, and 7a in Wilks ville township, Vinton county, Ohio. ' Said lands to be sold subject to tbe Widow's dower. The 23 arres is appraised at two dollars per acre; tbe 43 acres is appraised at J dollars per acre, and tbe towa lots as- follows: No. 75 at 50 dollars; No. 76 at 33 dollars, and Nos. 77 and 78 at 30 rtol'srs each . - Terms of sale. cash. ALICE QUIN.N. Adm'xtsf , . : PATRICK QUINN, BySusos DoLtM, Agent. Oct 31, '50. 5w . - - - BOUNTY LAND AGENTS. E S. fc CH. J, tfENAGER.'Attor , neys, win attend to all claims for lands or Pensions under any of the acts of Congresaj Office south aide Public Square. -I -' I . . i Oct4th,l850. w, i vVlrtar'a BalMsa mt WU4 (.berry. The Great Rtmciy for Cusuwip&e f the IiWtgi, Ajftetiom tftke Lbttr, Jlttkmm, Bnm-ckitu, Pmim er Wtmkutm of ike Brmd ar Lungt, mmt other mffectmu tht Pulmonary ' OrgMJU. rp-WlSTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CMKRRY is a fine herbal medicine : com posed chiefly of Wild Cherry Bark, and the genuine Iceland Moss, (the latte uaporUd expressly for this purpose,) the rare medicinal virtue ef which are also combined by a new chemical pro cess, with the extract ar tar thus rendering ,he whole compound the most certain and efficacious remedy ever discovered foe COXSUMPTIOS OF THE LTJXGS. ' Intertttine Corrttptmdaue Dr. Was. T. Banks, of Xenm, Ohio, a highly respectable Drurrist ia that dellrhtful villere has inform ed us that the sale of Wistsr's Balsam of Wild Cherry is nnparalelled. The demand for it is so eager, tbat he can scarcely keep himself supplied with it- He has had ia his store medicines for lung affections. Some of these were esteemed good, and some gave tempore-, ry relief. But since be has had Writer's Bal sam of Wild Cherry, a number of the most se rious cases were completely cured by its use. I never sold a medicine," sa) s the Doctor, "in which I bad that entire confidence tbat I have in this." It Cum! Whenever Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry is introduced, it at unee attains that high reputation which it so richly de serves. What can prevent its sale, when on every hand can be wi tneased its wonderful cures ? The worst cases of Asthma, recent and dangerous coughs, and also those that are of longstanding. Bronchitis er Consumption, (in its eaily stages,) are always cured by this remarkable edieine. HEREDITARY CONSUMPTION! Cured bv Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry. The following cure of Jeremiah lsgrigg, of Consumption, (tve of his brothers and sisters havinr d ied of Consumption,) is truly wonder ful. Ought not this ta urge the afflicted to make use ofthis health-giving remedy, when it is aflecticg cures like the following: Pleasant Ridge, Hamilton Co .O. September 27, 1S50. J. D. Pass: Dear Sir: I take the liberty ofadvisint rou of the benefit that I have de rived from the use of "Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry.'' I was prostrated by tbat ter rible seouree Consumption in May last. The attack was truly horrifying to me, for five of out 'amily, (my brothers and sisters.) had died of Consumption. I was afflicted with nearly all of the worst features of the disease, 1 had a distressing cough, and expectorated a great deal of blood, hectic fever, severe pains in the side and chest, cold chills, alternating with flushes of heat and eo.iious nisht sweats. I was under the care of a skilled phrsician. from the time I was taken sick until about six weeks since, being then aoout helpless, and my rr:rBA. eonsiderine mv ease hopeless, or at least bevnnd the reach of our phvsician's skill ndvird the use of "Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherrv." Without my knmvledre mf father umcured it. and commenced administering it to me, and from the first day that I commenced taking it, my health improved, and in two weeks from the time I commenced using it, I wns able tn be out and oversee my buiinesa. and labor, which I still continue to do. I have tnken four bottles of the medicine, and now con-ider myself perfectly well. I make this statement to induce others that are afflicted as I have been, to make trial of "Wistar's Bal sam of Wild Cherr)," which remedy has, un der the blessing of frovidenre, re tored my health. JEREMtAU lUUlUU. Still further evidence of the remarkable curt tive properties of this inestimable prepara tion : IJusrr.ixviLi.r, Brown eo O.. Aug, 31,18-19. Messrs. Sanford At Park -Gentlemen: About six weeks ago I received the agency Wistar's Bnlsnm of Wild Cherry, but with some reluctance on my part, for the reason that I had been the aent of so many pills and other nostrums, which were cracked up to be something wonderful, but whieh turned out in the end tone of no account whatever, ex cept to the manufacturer. But I candidly ad mit that this time I bave been deceived, for the extraordinary cures 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 cases of Consumption, and no mistake; for what I see and know, I am bound to believe. One case in particular, a your.g gentleman in Winches ter, Adams Co., O,, ten miles from this place, was cured of Consumption when the doctors had given bim up, or could do nothing for him, and it was the intention of his friends lo con vey him to your city and place bim under the care of some eminent physician there. But a friend toid him of Wistar's Balsam, and that he could obtain it of me. He sent for it, and before the second bottle was g-ne, be was sound and well, and attending to his every day business. As there are several inquiries for tho medicine, it would be well te forward an additional supply without delay. Very respectfully yours, LAMBERT NEWLAND. The above frcm L. Newtind. Esq .. a highly reswetnble country merchant, commends it self forcibly to tbe candid atteetion of all those who have doubted the great merit of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. . Remember the orignal and only genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry was intro duced in the year 18Hj, and it has been well tested in all complaints for which it is recom mended, for 17 years it has proved more eSi caeinus as a remedy for Coughs, Colds. Influen za, Bronchitis, Asthma and Consumption in its incipient stages, than any other medicine. Price l per battle or six bottles for .i. Soldbv J..D. PAlthT, Northeast comer of Fourth and Walnut streets, entrance on Walnut. To whom all orders must be addressed. Dr. Gaysatt'e Improved! Extract wTTellaw ueca saa aarwisariiia. The Pm.Lo6orHT or its OrHS-ATiow. Dis ease arising from disordered action of. the vi tal system that is, of the organs employed in screening and preparing the flu i. Is which sus- tain life cannot be removed by medicines limited in their operation to the locality where dKIW manifests itself. Tbe manifesta- tinn is merely the effect of a derangement of the functions of those organs, which prepare secrete, and amalrpimata; the elements of the blood. If these elements be impure, or are not mixed in due proportions tbe blood will be in an unnatural state; and if so, the whole system through which it circulates must be in juriously affected. ; i TO grand desideratum then, is a Drew ration which will aot direct ly, powerfully, and safely, upon that portion of the animal machinery waicn prepares, irom ine food taken into tbe stomach, that fluid which afterwards becomes venous blood . This fluid is called Chyle. In order to bave pure blood, there most be r"re chyle, and it is upon the organixatioa which prepares and acts upon this chyle ia other words, noon tbe digestive apparatus, tbe intestines, and the liver tbat the medicine should act - It has beetr proved by tbe'experienoe of ma ay years, tbat Dr. Goysoit'i extract of Yel low pock and Sirsapari lie operates in this way; and by removing, at the place of its ori gin, the cause of disease, it affects a radical cure. - Other Sarsaparillas may alleviate, but Dr. Gnysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, eradicates all of the diseases ol tbe system by furnishing proper chyle by which to form the blood. . i. ., : ' None genuine antes put p in large bottles containing a quart, and name of the Syrup blown tn the glass, with the written signature of S. F. Bennet, on tbe outside wrapper. . . Price $1 per bottlaor six bottle for f 5.' Sold ry J. D. Park.Cin, O, Northeast-corner of Fourth and Walnot street, to wbum all order mirst.be addressed, i . Sold by Maguet &. Naret Gallipotls? J. Capehart A. Co, Pt-P!easaiit. Vs., G.J Payne. Porter; & S. Murry, WilAsviliet E. Fruet, Hamdent E. Long, Jscksoa, . n J i I. jj Nov. 7, ;8jQ.-3n : $1000 REWARD, IS offered to any person who will pro duce one-fourth the amoral 0f real certificates of positive cures ia eases of Con. sumption er diseased Long, as Dr Rosem' LncawostT tad Tab, baa aaane ua that eltv or any other place where it has beea introduced . Although it has not beea puBad in the city papers, ia editorial Ibrm, T ta rroprietiw, ft the aala saraoss af tain, fas most medicines era without regard to their worth, yet the demand baa been enormous. Ia the city of Daytoa alone, where this medicine has not been advertised to the amount of ten dollars. w received an order from Messrs. Ells, CI tfia 4. Co to tbe amount of one thousand bottles. And this too, in the summer teasoa, whea there is comparatively htUs ar ao demand for medicine of this character. q J $ t n 9 STATEMENT OF DR. HIRAM COX. Late Professor ia the Cincinnati Eclectic Medical College, and a physician well known, who has an extensive practice, in relation to tbe cure of Miss Belt, after having been given up to die with the last stare of consumption by a number of able physicians. Mr. A. U. Scoviu. ir: However reluc tant I bave been to permit my name to ap pear, attached to a certificate recommending Patent Medicines, Nostrums or Catboiieums, I nevertheless think it my duty, not only to y nations, but to the community, and all afflicted with diseasea requiring cough medi cines, to state that in three particular cases of incipient Consumption, vix: Miss Belt, step daughter of Mr. John Carr of this city, a Miss Barger, sister-in-law of Mr. V. Wonder, butrh er, and Mr.R. K. Cox, ooe of our city council, tbat Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrup of Liver wort and Tar operated more like a specific, than any remedy of a similar character ia its operation, that I bave ever used in my prac tice. One of the ease above, vie Miss Belt appeared to be laboring under tbe last stage of Scrofulous Consumption, as pronounced by several physician who were in attendance previous to my being called to treat her case. She i at this time ia the enjoyment ol as ap parently good health, and from appearance, as likely to die with any other disease, as any other young lady of this oity. As it respects tbe health of the other two eases,all the threat ening premonitory symptoms seem t bave sub sided, from the use of a few bottles of tbe Sy rup above. Very respeetfullv, VeM IIIRAMlOX, M. D. Cincinnati, Jan. ".. 18-17. Have Tea a Cebf Call on tbe following well known citizens and see whether they will not recommend you to try this m-Hiciue at once: Hon. -fudge Wm. Burke, J. T. (iamis, Ksq., Griffin Yeat man, Esq., Junes Foster, Km., Co). J. Riddle, Stephen Burrows, Ksq., David Churchill, Kq Thomas Mitchell, t sq. J. T. Crapsey. Esq., Ehenezer Harrison, Es., Mr. Samuel Trevor, of tbe firm of Woodruff & Trevor, Mr. John Rye. Uev. George Maley, R-v. Mr. Walker. Mi. Samuel li. Lea. Mr. John II. Hudson, at the corner of Main and Abigail streets, used this medicine upon a periodical onuh of more than fifty years standing, with entire success. g;N. B. Such has been its great success, that If any will try it, in all eases of Diseased Lungs, and receive no bene6t, even in 24 hours time, and return the bottle, his mouey will he refunded. C0 For sale by A. I.. Smvit.T corner of Fiflh and Rice streets, Cincinnati ; also. L. . MA GUET. Gailipolis, (hio. Tho,. Evans, Cen treville. llallidays, Waddcll 4 eo., Torler, October 2-1, '30. lyrh4 n ATOTICE. There will ho a netitinn J.N presented to the Commissioners of l.allia county, at thetrannual meeting) n the first Mondav of December next, prayinr. the location and establishment of a county road in sn'nl county, comniencins; at the county, or State road from Vinton to Wilkesville, where said road crosses the section line between sec. tions 13 ami 21 in Huntingtna township, be. tween the I arms of William Adnev and John Potter, thence as near said section line, as a rood mad can be made conveniently, to the line of Morton township; thence in a north eastwardly direction, tbroufh th lands of James C. Hamilton, to or near the bouse of Samuel Akely ; thence down the run to the Gallipolis and Wilkesville road; thence alonr. said road towards Gallipolis beyond Henry Sha. ner's house; thence eastward ly to the house of Isaae Uelker; thence the nearest and best way to the old tron? road, the Nountmj bridge, Oct. 2t, I6i0. Iw. Bl Sandy as Uallle4la Parkeu Th .toomor 7! ATM AT?Y ,jKnTAYLOR, Hobd, Master, sjhas been thoroueh'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. IIUKD, Master. Oct. 21, '50. 4w SHERIFF'S S-iLE. At 1 o'clock P. M, on the 6th day of No vember A D 183(1, 1 shall expose to public sale at the residence of Abraham Anderson, in Morran township, in Gallia county, the follow ing property, to wit :one Bureau, one Cupboard, one 3U hourClock, one stand of Bees. Black smith Bellows, Anvil, Vice, Hand-Hammer, pair of Tonres,one field of Corn, one field of Wheat, 7 l.eese, one Muscovy Hues, one Calf, one jrhiteCow, one brindle Heifer, 12 Turkey. 6 head of Hbeep. Being property ta. ken by virtue of an execution from the court of common pleas of Gallia county, at the suit of Ha rah A ten in son a;ainst Ahrnham Anderson A. LOGUE, SeC Oct, 21. 1850. Ta Iks Ileasa-able te f'emaalaalaacm as Oallla Csaain TTTE. the undersigned petitioners, of - V said county, pray your honors for a location of a county road, common cine at the Johii Creek's county road, at oi near the crossing of Indian Guyan Creek, near the farm of John Htvindler; running thence up the left side of Davis creek, appo site the corner of John Swindler's held, cros sinc said creek and running straicht across to the foot of the hill; thence running along the font of tbe hill on the east side of the creeks through the farms of Stephen Caldwell and Mathew Caldwell, and on the outside of heml Holly's farm to a blanch near Plesley Martin's house, there an arm to commence at the branch aforesaid, running from the me in road towards MeHServille, up said creek to the fork, thence up the left band fort;, passing the school bouse to intersect the Hannoa road at ar near tbe corner of John R. P. Montgomery field on said road, and there end; thence the main road extending from said Martin's op the main creek, running oa the right band side of Mar tin's bouse t tbence running tbe hill side out side of the fences to tbe Narrows, at or near an old stable; tbence cross the creek to tbe left hand side M said creek i tbene running up said creek on or near tbe bank af said creek to Brice Smith's, there another arm to take off from tbe main road to run ap the right hand fork of sstd creek, running oa the left side of said creek to the end of John Lusher's field, there crossing the creek; thence running the bill side to the mouth of the first branch; thence tbe nearest and beat way, n a to in tersect tbe Hannoa roait at or near aa M hickory tree, about one hundred yards from tbe lower end of Stephen Emshiser'r field, and there end . Commencing again with tbe main road at said Brice Smith's; tbence running up tbe left hand creek, on tbe best ground, to or near Peter Niday's bouse t thence to take tbe left band fork, running op said fork on the best ground, out at the bead of aaid fork, to inter sect the Dawson road at or near Nathaniel Blankenship'l bars, before Squire Brumfield's door, and there end. - ; , OcU 17, 1850 .--3w IIIGH SnOOLr GUIiFOLIJf Or REV. HENBT TYTOSE AffD MBf, DANIEL SAMM1S, P.ntcir.uv 1 : THIS Inttilfrtioa la ae ia successful operation, rod is open for tbe weep fion of student. AM tfro departroeauj ot instruction, am well lustamec, yet 11 may be proper to observe tbat ttvs elementary principles of tho several branches ofstudy wHl receive tba moat careful attention. Compositions and declamations throughout tbe eovrses. Strict attention will be giveato (fin de portment and morals of the students. Gal 'ipolis is situated upon the Ohio river and is well known to possess great beauty of situation, and a healthy ell mate; it is also well known for the mor ality of its citizens, and Its valuable; religious privilege. EXFEHSIS. Board can be obtained at from $1,25 to t?,00 per week. Students, by form ing club can save a portion of this amount. Tmteit rfia -rgsKS. For common English studies. $3 00 For Mathematics and the higher branches of English studies, 94 00 For Latin and Greek languages, f 5 0O It ia designed to make this institution in all respects worthy of the continued patronage of the public. Oct. 24, 1850. 3m F. BATHERS, . WHOLESALE J.XD EfcTAlL DtUL IX STOVES, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WAUEsic, Court St., next door to Miller's corner, Oct. 10, '50. FRESH ARRIVAL. 1 have just re ceived mjr fall supply of the justly celebrated Premium Cooking Stoves. f. Mathers, IK you wish to see a superior Cooking" Stove call at Mathers Stove Depot, and look at hts Meteor Air-Tight Cook ing Stoves, combining the principle of the double and single oven. Til E finest, cheapest and most beautl ful assortment of Fire Fronts, Grates. &c, ever brought to this mar ket, to be found at Mathers' Stove Depot, Til WE 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 Kett!e8,&c. Oct. 10, 185a F. MATHERS. . AT IT AGAIN. JUST received and now opening at REGNIEITS Old Stand, a fine fresh lot of Goods of the usual variety, which, in addition to former stock, is made to include all article u-unlly wanted in this market, and to be sold at prices that will please all tea tonable persons. Old customers are respectfully soli' cited to continue their patronage to this well known establishment, and the com munity at large are invited to make a purchase or two by way of experiments as the motto of the proprietor ia to sell at prices that shall induce all to call a second, yea even the hundredth time. Gailipolis, OcU M, '50. 2m NEW GROCERY. t. N. ALLARD & CO WOULD respectfully infbriri the citizens of Gallipolis and vicinity that they have established themselves IU 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: ies, Coffee, brown and loaf Siijah Aire, Fish, Molasses, Vinegar, Tobacco, assorted. Ci gars of every quality. Braums, Bucket. Liver pool Ware, Pepper, !p.ee. Cinnamon, Cmvee, Nutmegs, Matches, Mustard, Saleratus, Starch, Ginger, Lead. Percussion Caps, Cheese-, Hai ling, Fancy Soap, assorted. Indigo. Candles, Candlewirk. Batting. Tacks, Caodle-stieki, Wallets, Blacking, t-Tioe Brushes, Shaving Brushes, Match Safes, Pepper Boxes, Coffee Mills, Curry Combs, Pencils, Peru Sad Pen holders, Harmonir.ua, Tooth Brushes, Slste Pencils, Mirrors, Rose Hair Oil, Bears Oil, Sweet OiU Chalk Lines, coarse, fine and Tuck Combs, S'wnV Side Combs, Violin Strings, Buttons, Hooks and Eyes, Needles,Pint Beads, Needle Cases, &.C-, &c Childrens' Toy of every description ( Soda, Butter and Su-ar Cracker Dried Beef and Bologna Sausojet Candies, assorted Loxenges J Cream Nuts, bard and soft Almonds, Fil- be. rs. Pea Nutsv&c. Jackson Craskers. do Roll, dec. ' ,, All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for Groceries. , Oct.3, 1850 2m . l. , VERMES. I-IOR SALE St FLEMING'S Drug Store, on the north side of the Public Square, Gallipolis, Sellers', MeLaAe's, Hobensack's, Fitch's, Loudon's, Fabnvstbek's, and other Vermifuges. Aug. 5B.-3m , ' . $5b REWARD. Stole, from the subscri ber, in Gallia county, Perry township, within 3 miles of Patriot, on Sunday night, the SOth Inst , i coal black MARE, one white foot, two curls In her foretoo. between Hand 15 hands high. will be Eve years old nelt spring- Also taken on same night a Saddle that had been In use about a year.there Is a Crup- por attached to it, tht top of the cloth ia Morocco leather, as is also the Sweat pad; on the cloth is aomething like a heart or acorn stamped. The above reward will be iriven for the apprehen sion of the thief and securing the Mat so that I can get her. : , MOSsca wmuni. Oct,24,'50. Sw 1 NOTICE There will be a petition presented to the General Assembly of the State of Cbie.at their next session, to have a State Road laid out within tbe conn, ties of Meig and Gania, commencing at the towa of Danevilta, ia Meigs eeemty, and ter minating at tba county roarf "ear Jacob Cal well 's, in Morgan township. Gallia eoun ty, and makiag the bouse of Samuel Rolnd an 10 termediata point, -' ' 1. Oct 31, 1850.