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Boston Nov. 25th, P. M. The call for Union meeting for to morrow afternoon has ..three thousand signatures.. " By an arrival at Salem we learn that the brie Perry arrived at St. Helena from the west coast of Africa ' safe, on the 1st of Sept. ; " . New York, Sept. 25th, P. M. v Sutii Captured. An arrival from Sierra Leone reports that a Brazilian Slaver was captured by a British cruiser ofl the coast of Upez, ana sent into oi rra Leone. She had on board tip- wards of 200 slaves. N. York Market, Nov. 25th, P. M. Cotton unchanged; sales of S00 bales Sales 6,000 bhls Flour at S4 68 to 4 81 for State and Western. Sales of Ohio Wheat at 113 to 116c; for Genessee 120 to 125c is asked. Old Corn 70 to 701; new 60 to 62c. Pork dull and sales light at 8 1 1 44 for Mess and 8 44 for Prime. Lard 74 to 71. Ohio But ter 9 to Jlc. Prime cheese 6 to 6ic, in 4 Louisville, Nov. 25th, P. M. River, falling slowly with 4 feet 11 inches water in the canal. Weather warm. ; '. ; " , s . : . ." , . Athens, Nov. 26th. -. The boot of the Lancaster stage was cut open last evening, between Chaun cey and this place, and the newspaper mail stolen. The letter bag, which the rascals no doubt aimed at, was not mo lested. No clue as yet to the robbers. Pittsburgh, Nov. 25th, M. 4 feet 5 in. water--weather pleasant. " Dreadful Casualty ahd Extka- "okdwaby Presence op Mind. One of the most extraordinary instances of Injury, accompanied Ay nrmness and resolution that we hare ever heard of, occarred a few weeks ago, in the vicin ity of Mechanicsburgh, about fourteen milt from Springfield, Illinois: Mr, Thomas Baker, a brother of the Hon E. D. Baker, was driving a spirit ed horse fri the prairie, when he stopped to adjust something, the horse took fright and started off. Mr. Baker fell forward of the wheels, and by some means ona leg was . fastened between the springs and axle, his body on the ground. In this position, the frighten ed horse, at full speed, carried him about four miles, when lie stopped. Mr. Baker had ati'l presence of mind and strength" enough to disengage his limb, although many of his bones were brok en and his body mangled in a manner that baffled description. With great ef fort he managed to crawl to the horse, and with his knife cut him loose. Suf fering intense agony, and fearing that in his pain he might be induced to take his own life, he threw away the knife. In the most intense distress from his Injuries and thirst, he continued on th3 ground for two days and nights. By some casualty his umbrella had been thrown near where he lay; this he got hold of and occasionally raised," hoping by it to attract attention to him. Dur ing this time, with his pencil he wrote in a hymn book he had in his pocket, a brief account of what had happened On the morning of the third day he was dis covered by a drover, and relief secured. He lingered six days longer, when he died. Throughout his sufferings were most intense, but his presence of mind never forsook him. He was about 32 years of age, his wife died a few months ago. He was a worthy and highly es teemed citizen. St. Louis Repub. " Wreck op the Lexington. We find in the Boston Daily Mail an in teresting account of the operations of Mr. J.: E. Gowan, of that city, upon the wieck of .the ill-fated steamer Lexington, which was burnt and sunk off Huntington Light, on Long Island Sound, several years ago. By means of their celebrated sub-marine armour and diving appa ratus, the All was Tbe gers ed, er and Tar. the in If are at it. do a complete survey was made of the wreck, which was found in twenty-one fathoms of water, or 126 feet below the surface. The hull was found full of mud, and completely "honey combed" by worm?, lying by a re?f of sand which had ben thrown up by the current, running N. E. and S. W. Their object was the recov- erv of a safe containing the sum of $80,000 in bills and gold. They have succeeded in raising one of her an- . chors nd the anchor and cable of another company who bad made an unsuccessful attempt upon the wreck. They also recovered portions of the machinery, some gold and copper, and human bones or the ill-fated pas sengers. They are sanguine of recov ering the safe as soon as the weath er will permit. 1 his is the greatest depth that any human being has ever descended, the diver remaining under water lor me space ol two hours at a tine. . ' . A London correspondent of the New York Spirit of the Times, gives the following, as a specimen of the profound knowledge of the commis sioner appointed of '51: ' A shrewd, intelligent Yankee, addressed a very polite letter to these functionaries, inquiring whether he would be per mitted to make American juleps, cob. biers, brandy smashers, &c.r in -the refreshment rooms of the Glass Pal ace in yde far. After waiting ten days, ne received a laconic epis tle, written on a mommotn sheet and sealed with a pound of wax. askinr him, the aforesaid Yankee, to bottle up ona of Ms juleps and send it to tha commissioner as a sample of; fvnai pe in tended, . : 4 feet 5 in. water--weather pleasant. Hogs. The Lonisville Courier of 'the 21st, says the : receipts of hogs, as yet, are light, but a lot of 4000 head arrived last night. A sale of 500 light hogs, from hooks, was made yesterday at $ 3 60, and a sale of like number at Jefferson ville at 3 50. : Several buyers are of fering 3 75 net for heavy hogs. , The first bogs were slaughtered at St Louis on the 1 8th. The Knoxville (Tenn.) Register says: We have heard of a sale in this coun tv of a large lot of hoes at $3 cross Our Middle Tennessee exchanges think that the price will range with them at from 3 to 4 00. . : . t. The great number which will be but chered in the hog-raising States of the West, where the price will not exceed 3 ou, will materially affect prices in our market. The Lafayette Journal of the 20th says the business of the season will open to-morrow, with about 1000 hogs pen, and adds: Hoes their Prices. The prevail ing rate this season for good hogs for packing appears to be 93 oo per I0O lbs net, at which rate the prices lor the products of the hog would be equal to cents for green sides; 95 02 for bacon hams; 6 cents for green hams; $6 60 for bacon hams: 3 cents for green snoul ders; 3 91 for bacon shoulders; 6 cents for lard; 9 10 for mess pork; 9b for rump pork. A Man and Wifb Poisoned. We learn from the Clearspring Sentinel that Mr. D. D. Paxton and his wife, of Wil liamsport, Md., were poisoned last week, from the effect of eating apple butter which contained lead extracted badly glazed crocks, or the verdi from the kettle in which it was boiled. Mr. Paxton made a narrow es cape from death. He is now impro ving, but his wile lies in a very critical state and is not expected to recover. A wedding party in Albanv, N. Y., was recently cheated of the presence of bridegroom, and spoiled, of course. was ready for the nuptials; the bridegroom did not arrive, he being a resident of New York, and the day that to see the young lady a bride closed upon a broken-neartea woman ine villainous lover was on bis way to Cali fornia. 1 of if of I of a The Tail of the Comet Is forty degrees in length, but to -thin in substance that start are visible through it. marvellous tales of some nostrum-mon are nearly as long, and qui teas easily teen through . The proprietor of Dr. Guysott't Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, however, has no occasion to resort to such tales in order to at tract public attention. The actual cures performed by the article. wherever it it introduced, it the basis upon which the reputat ion of the remedy is found as the hundreds of certificates of renewed hopcs-s-henlth and life, that are continually flowing in upon, wilt prove. QrHumbugs may flourish for a lime, but a remedy must possess rare medicinal virtues, to establish the reputation that Dr. Guysotl's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla bat established wherever it has been used. ed ped tbe his this by of by See advertisement. nov 14 Of all diseases flesh is heir to we tay. deliv us from Consumption. She. with soft and stealthy steps, hurries the victim in a great many cases into another world, with constant flattering hopes of a tpeedy recovery. There are an hundred different articles now offered to tbe public, at 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 We have heard and seen its effects, and certificates too, of tome of the leading men Cincinnati are appended to the pamphlet. you have a cough, use this medicine. If you fearful that this dreadful disease is preying your vitals, delay not, but take this and use It win not harm you, if it should possibly you no good. See advertisement in another column. for ing too, and if the GALLIPOLIS MARKET. November 26, 1850. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE & CO. Flour, per bbU -Wheat, per bushel, $ 3 T5 60a70 25 30 80 40a50 40 50 Corn, do do - Oats do do Flaxseed per bush, Potatoes, do do, Onions do do. Dried Apples per bush. Dried Peaches do do Lard in keg, - Feathers per IN - Rags, - Ginseng, " . -Beeswax, " " -Butter, " -Eggs per dozen, Cheese, per lb, Chickens per dozen, -Salt, Kan, bush . per bbl. -Corn Meal, per bush, Bran, per bosh, - Coffee, per lb, - N. O. Sugar, per lb per bbl. Loaf do, do, N O Molluscs, gallon per bbl. Rice per lb, Tea, Young Hyson, per lb, - " Imperial, " Gunpowder, - . - 100 7 25 a 3, 20 20 131 5 8 100 32 6 6 75 a 40 7a8 13 a 15 ' 7 a 8 10 a 12 87, 67 25 to 75 50 to 100 50 to 75 34 to 4 3 50 to 5 00 Bar Iron, assorted sizes Nails 10 to 4, Lard Oil, per gal, : Linseed Oil, per gal. Whiskey, gaU. per bbl, -Red Beans -White - ' , - v- - 70 90a100 22 a 24 125 75 N of fied bill said lot an and the W Cincinnati Market, Nov. 23d. Hogs. The market is unsettled, the riews of buyers and sellers beine anart The only sale heard of to-day was 600 head at 4. Most of tbe houses are cutting on account of drovers, and the latter have, we understand, been guar anteed, in some instances, over 4 00 by the packers i.e., that tbe products will nett over 4 00. Flour. The market for Flourwaa not active to-day, and the only sales heard of were 04 and ou obis at 13 i5 Whiskey ranges from 22, to 24c, : Molasses 38c. Iron. A sale of 25 tons Ohio river at 'tse.enjos. to 1 oi Coaa Crop of Bonn Co., O. The editor of the Hamilton (O.) Telegraph,- gives the following as his opinion relative to the corn crop in Butler county: ' We have made dilligent inquiry of our farmers generally, throughout the county, and have now, we be lieve, sufficient data to enable as to make up a correct opinion in rela tion to the yield of corn in this coun ty. A few farmers have a full crop, some about one-half, and others not more than one-third of their usual crop. Two-thirds of the ordinary yield is, we think, a fair estimate of the country at large. Corn will, in a short time, bear a better price than it does at present, and upon the opening of next spring, we believe, it will rate as high as 45 or 50 cents per bushel. Mrs. Swisshelm, of the Pittsburgh Saturday Visiter, and ten others, were recently poisoned by partaking of a tur key dinner at Mrs. S.'s house. The nature of the deleterious substance is not known. The sufferers are all in a fair way of recovery. a of At to oi its the MARRIED In Addison township, on the 17th inst., by Aaron Rife, Esq., Mr. John Delill to Mis3 Isabella K. Dssjakdin, both of Addison township. V OTICE. At my instance aa attachment 1 was this day issued.by John Hoy, a Jus tice of the Peace of Gallipoli, township, Gallia eo, against tbe property anil effects of Wm. M. Shirts, an absconding debter, a non-resident the State of Ohio. JOHN WILLIAMS. Nov. 26, 1850. 3w no From Arnold Buffum, the Philanthropist. Dr. Brandreth, my dear friend, if to be rood and to do good is tbe highest duty of man ; and to do rood is the best evidence a man can give that be is good, then I feel bound to ad' dress thee as one who has cooie up to the mark man's destiny. As a testimony that this is not vain flattery. give tbe following brief sketch of my owe ex perience : When I was twenty yean old, 1 was very sick for about two months with what my physi cian called "Mow rever," during which time I took much medicine; from that time for 34 years, I was very often sick and under tbe care a pliysician. About twelve years ago I bad very severe attack of Inflammatory Rheu matism, during which I was attended by Dr. iMoore, of Philadelphia. I then regnrdad my as an old man with a broken constitution, swiftly descending to the grave. Soon after wards, however, I purchased a box of Bran dreths pills and finding them on trial, to be more effectual in removing disease, than any medicine 1 had ever tried before, I replenish- my supply from time to time, as occasion required. Sinee that time 1 have spent three years lathe Western Country, where 1 was very much exposed to vicissitudes likely to produce disease; twice I have crossed tbe At lantic Ocean, and have now spent the last four years in an office in this sickly city. Once while travelling in the West. I was taken sud denly very ill, the friend at whr.se bouse I stop called in a physician, who made a very careful examination of my ease, and then pro posed to commence a process which be stated would to reduce my system as to confine me to house for at least six weeks, but I declined proscriptions, took a dose of Bnndreth's fills, railed tbe next day and paid the physi cian for bis visit, and pursued my travel, and is the only instance of my being visited a physician since 1 purchased tbe first box of Brandreth't rills yj years ago. My health it now vastly tetter than it har been for 34 years before 1 commenced the use these Pills. They have been my constant companion wherever I have been, by land or tea, and my only medicine; I am now pounds heavier than 1 was before 1 used when I take a cold now, I have no cough, and I attribute all this change, under God, to tbe substitution of Brandreth's Pills tbe frequent bleeding and the calomel dos to which I was before subjected. My aire. hy the same meant enjoys the same unin terrupted good health. Our Doctor's bill for both of us have not amounted to five do! ars in twelve years. When we find our health im paired from any cause, we take a dose of Bran ded h'g Pills and the difficulty is removed, judging from my own experience, I believe every family should adopt the same practice, health and the longevity of the communi ty would be greatly promoted. thv the fresh serve be his to Raw, Whole Half Office of will ARNOLD SOLD BY L. P. MAGCET, Galtipolis; Thos. Evans CenterviUe; J. M. Alford, Cheshire: J. L Newsom, Ridgeway; Joe. Waddell, Patriot; Martin Gilmore, Point Pleasant, Va.; Jat. Lisk, Pomeroy ; C. M. Martin, Jackson. I Nov. 21, 1850. State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. Codzt or Common Pleas. D. Greene vs. William Burnet, Peter rarisb, and Augustin Leclercq. IN CHANCERY. pursuance of an order of the court ol common pleas, within and for the county Gallia, and State of Ohio, at their October term, A. D. 18oJ, Peter Parish is hereby noti that on tbe 12th day of October, A.D. IBAU, Cyrus u. breene Sled in said court a in chancery against tbe said Peter Parish, William Burnet, and Aurustin Leclerco, which bill states, among other things that the William Burnet purchased of the said Augustin Leclercq the southwest hall of city in tbe town of Gallipolis in said county. numbered on tbe plat of said town twenty five (25.) for a price unknown to said com plainan nd has made payments thereon to amout. also unknown to said complainant, that tbe title to said premises is still in mid Augustin Leclercq, and that the said William Burnet, in order to defraud said com plainant out of hit debt againtt the said re spondent, William Burnet, pretends to have assigned his interest in said contract to the said Peer Parish, a resident of the county of Mason, in tbe State of Virginia, and said com plainant charges that no such transfer has been made, or if made that the tame was made without consideration, and in trust for said imam Burnet, in order to secure tbe same from the payment of the raid complainant's debt against the sail William Burnet. And said bill prays amonc other thincs that the said William Burnet. Peter Parish and Augustin Leclercq, may be compelled to an swer all and singular tbe premises and state now mucn said premises were bought for, what payments have been made, when made and by whom made, and that the Slid Peter Parish William Burnet may, under oath, set forth whether any such transfer hat been made, whether there was any writing executed to ev idence raid transfer, if t& when executed, be fore whom and on what consideration, when paid, how paid, to whom paid, and all other facta relating thereto, and that ia the final bearing of raid cause, said equity may be told pay the said debt of the said complainant. And tbe said Peter Parish is further notified that nnless be appear and plead, answer or demur to said bill within sixty days after the next term of said court, tbe said Cyrus D. Greene, at the next term after the expiration saia sixty aays, win appiy so saia court to take the matter of said bill at confessed at to tbe said Peter Parish, and to decree thereon accordingly. ; Attest:-. J08. DROUILLARD, Clerk. Simeon Nash', Sol. forCompl't, GtJUplit,Nov.21, 1850. 3m to and ness. he any IN CHANCERY. Look here, my Friend! STOP, AND LET US REASON TOGETHER. Are yon a Father, laboring for the support of family, and suffering from general debility and low rs'rrita, so that lift) almost sees a burden, use Dr. 8. D. Howe's Shaker Sarsa parilla. '- ' I ARE YOU A MOTHER. Suffering from diseases to which females are generally subject, dm Dr. 8. D. Howe's Shaker oarsapanlla it will certainly cure yoo. Male or female, old or young, all and every lamuy would have this excellent family aled trine by thetw. Call at oar depot, er on one our Agents and get a pamphlet, gratia. wocre you will and FACTS! FACTS!! FACTS!!! That can be substantiated by thousands of living witnesses ia thit city and country, vix: mas we SHAKER SARSAPARILLA, prepared by Pr. 8. D. Howe, has been the means of permanently curing mora diseases wnich tbe bnmao family are continually subject, than any other preparation ol sarta pari Da ever ret brourht before 'be public. ne parity and efficacy or the soaaer prepa ration ia well known, and requires no long list certificates and cures to introduce it; its increased demand for the past twelve years, is best recommendation. Thit medicine has established its high repu tation throughout New Yors and Mew Hamp shire, and the Eastern States generally, by itt numerous and well attested cures; and also by recommendation and approval or the Brst physicians who now use it ia their private practice. It it the only Sarsanarilla that acts on the Liver, Kidneys and Blood at the tame time, which renders it altogether more valuable to every one, particularly r emales. Dr. Mussey, Professor in the Ohio Medical College, say, the Sbaker preparations are truly valuable, and recommends them to the puhlir. No Mereorv no Mineral no Poisonous Drugs in the Shaker Sarsaoarilla. I REMEMBER, REMEMBER, It is warranted to be purely and xmaiLT vaoETstLc, And at a Female and Family medicine it hat equal . Be sure you induire for Dr. S. D. Howe't Shaker Sarsaparilla, and take no other. Uuart Bottles XI per bottle, or tlx bottles ja. For ' - ri-ed DR. S D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors. No. 1 College Hall, Cin., to whom all orders must be addressed, and by of all MAGUET & NARET, Agents GallipolisO. Oct. 17. 1850. 3m FRESH TEKS!! At HENRY VENIER'S. THE ; subscriber would respectfully inform his numerous friends and public genera'ly that he has just re ceived by way of Wheeling, a large shipment of B LTIM ORE OYSTERS, from the shell, put up in enns, well packed in ice, and is now prepared to them to customers at his bX- LOON, (which has been fitted up ex pressly.) in any style called for. He has also made arrangements to supplied regularly throughout the season with Fbesb Oysters, so that friends will in future know where find the fresh article. PRICES: Stewed, Fried, or any otbr style. per dozen, - - 30 cts. per dozen, . - 25 et. cans , - - . f I 75 cans - - - 87 II. VENIER. Nov. 21, 'SO. 3m DR. J. P. SAFFORD, OFFERS his professional services to the citizens of Gallipolis and sur rounding country. in the brick building between A. Leclercq's and J. Sanns Store. Nov. 21,1850. 6m NEW FALL 4- WINTER GOODS. RECEIVED from Philadelphia, by WM.C. MILLER, a general as sortment of the most fashionable Styles Fall and Winter GOODS, which be sold upon favorable terms at lowest cash prices. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine. Gallipolis, Oct. 31, I860. tf have just received my second sup ply of COOKING STOVE'. Call see them. F. MATHERS. Nov. 21, 1850. Jeaar Uaa levee. FM. MATHERS has just received i a lot of Jenny Lind Parlour Stoves Wood er Coal, which be wishes the public call and see. at his STOVE DEPOT . Nov. 21. 1850. AVE received a new pattern of Stoves for Cookinz BANG UP RELIANCE PREMIUM. F. MATHbRS. Nov. 21, 1850. WANTED, Two or three BOYS, to learn the Tin or Sheet Iron busi German or Welch bovs or bovs from the country preferred. F. MATHERS. Nov. 81,50. DENTISTRY. - JOSEPH PAYNE, Dentist, having returned to . this place, would re spectfully announce to his iriends that has located in Gallipolis, and maybe found at his office, over Maguet Si Na ret's Drug Store, or at his residence on Court street between Third and Fourth. Nov, 7th. 1850. 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 bquare. Beware of Counterfeits. I would say that he does not furnish Hats or Caps by the dozen to any establishment in Gallipolis. ' He also warrants Data to be free from cotton. Sept 20. '4918 wtf JUST FROM PHILADELPHIA. riALL and examinTthe Fall and Win J ter Fashions, which hive been re ceived by DAVID W. GREENE, Fashionable Tailor, Sd street near the corner of Court. Oct, 17, I860 w to con as the out of see in had and he day for an self its tal tbe not n ly, the is the Dr. of . all Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. J. Qrtl R-meA. t- A oT the Lungt, wfecooai oflhe Liter, Jlttkmm, Bn- cfofu. Pains er IrVafaaess of the Brmtt er . iMHgt.mM tther affcetmn af 0i4 Pulmonary WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY is a fine herbal medicine: enn posed chiefly af Wild Cherry Bark, and the geauine Iceland Moss ft he latter iau-orted exoreatly for thit purpose,) the rare medicinal virtuee of which are also combined by a new chemical pro cess, with the extract of tar thus rendering the whole compound the most certain and efficacious remedy ever discovered for CONSUMPTION OF THE LUNGS. : hleratimr CorrtipoHdaict. Dr. Wm. Y. Banks of Xenia, Ohio, a airhly respectable Dniggist in that delightful rillare hat inform us that tbe tale or W istrs Kalian of Wild Cherry is nnperalelled. Tbe demand for it is to earer, that be ran scarcely keep himself supplied with it. He hat had ia hit ttere medicines for long affections. Some of these were esteemed good, and tome gave tempora ry relief But since he has had Winter's Bal sam of Wild Cherry, a number of the most se rious eases were completely cured by its use. "I never told a medicine.'1 tajt the Doctor, "in which I bed that entire confidence that have -a this It Curt! Whenever Wistare Balaam of Wild Cherry is introduced, it at once attains that high reputation which it to richly de servea. What can prevent its sale, when on every hand can be wi tneased its wonderful cures The worst easet of Asthma, recent and dangerous coughs and also those that are of longstanding. Bronchitis or Consumption, (in itt eaily atages.) are aisrayt cured by thit remarkable -nedicine. HEREDITARY CONSUMPTION! Cured b Wi.tar's Balaam of Wild Cherry. The following cure of Jeremiah lsgrigg, of Consumption, (five of his brothers and sisters having died of Consumption,) is truly wonder Ought not thit to urge the afflicted to make use of thit health-giving remedy, when it affecting cures like the following: Pliasakt Ripos, Hamilton Co .O. September 27, 1850. J. D. Paa Dear Sir: I take the liberty ofadvisinr tou of the benefit that I have de- from the use of "Or. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherrv. I was prostrated by that ter rible scouree Consumption in Kay last, ibe attack was truly horrifying to me, for five of 'amily. (my hrntherirSind sisters) had died Consumption. I was afflicted with nearly of the worst features of tbe disease, I had distressing cough, and expectorated a great deal of blood, hectic fever, severe pains in the side and chest, cold chills, alternating with fluhes of heat and copious night sweats. I was under the care of a skilled ph'sieian. from the time I was taken sick until about six weeks since, beinr then about helplesa, and my friends considering my case hopeless or at least beyond the reach of our phvsieian's skill, advised the ue of "Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherrv." Without mv knowledge my father procured it, and commenced administering it me, and from the first day that I commenced tnkinr it. my health improved, and in two weeks f om the time I commenced using it, I was able to be out and oversee -ny businesa, and labor, which I ttill continue to do. I have taken four bottletofthe medicine, and now ider myself perfectly well. 1 make this statement to induce others that are afflicted 1 have been, to make trial of " Wistar's Bal sam of Wild Cherr," which remedy has un der the blessing of frovidence, re tnred my health. JEREMIAH ISGR1GG. Still further evidence of the remarkable cura tive properties of this inestimable prepara tion: RcssKixviLLr, Brown eo ()., Aug , 21, 18-13. I Mers. Rinford 41 Park -Gentlemen : ! About six weeks ago I received the agency 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 cracked up to be something wonderful, but wbi-b turned out the end to he of no account whatever, ex- cent to the manufacturer. But I candidly ad mit that this time 1 have been deceived, Mr extraordinary cures effected by Wistar's Bnlsatn have convinced me that good can come of Nazareth. Your agent left me one dozen bottles, which are all gone having been the means of curing several obstinate eases Consumption, and no mistake; for whst I and know. I am bound to believe. One case partieulnr, a young gentleman in Winches ter, Adams eo., O.. ten miles from this place. euren oi i.onsumi inn -vnm inc nuciurs given him up, or could do nothing for him, it was the intention of his friends lo con rev him to your city and place him under the care of some eminent physician there. Bute friend told him of Wistar's Balsam, and that could obtain it of me. He tent for it, and before the second botlle was gone, he was sound and well, and attending to his every business. As there are several inquiries the medicine, it wouirt ne well lo lorwarn additional supply without delay. Very respectfully yours, LAMBERT NF.WLAN.D. The above frcm I.. Newland. Eq ., a highly respectable country merchant, commends it forcibly to the candid attention 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 1833, and it has been well tested in all complaints for which it is recom mended. For 17 years it has proved more effi cacious as a remedy for Coughs Colds. Influen za, Bronchitis Asthma and Consumption in incipient stages, than any other medicine. Price $1 per botue or six bottles lor $.. Sold by J . D. PARK, Northeast corner of Fourth and Walnut streets, entrance nn Walnut. To whom all orders must be addressed. Dr. CstmiI's Ins prove Extract af Tellew 1NCKSM wmrawpwrnM. THg Phvlosopht or rra OraaaTioNs. Dis ease arising from disordered ae'ion of the vi system that is of me organs empioved in screening and preparing the fluids which sus tain life cannot be removed by medicines limited in their operation to the locality where that disease manifests itself. The manifesta tion is merely the effect of a derangement of functions of those organs, which prepare. secrete, and amalgamate the elements of the blood. If these elements be impure, or a'e mixed in due proportions the blood will be an unnatural state; and if to, the whole system through which it circulates must be in- jurirusly affected. The grand desideratum then, is a preparation wbion win act direct powerfully, and safely, upon that portion of. animal machinery wnicn prepares. From tbe food taken into tbe stomach, that fluid which afterwards becomes venous bloed. This fluid called Chyle. Ia order to have pure blood, there must be fure chyle, and it it upon the organization which prepares and acts upon chyle in other words, upon tbe digestive apparatus, tbe intestines, and the liver that medicine should act. It has been proved by the exaerienoe of many years that Dr. Guysott't extract of Yel low .Dock and Sarsaparilla operates in this way; and by removing, at tbe place of its ori gin, the eause of disease, it affects a radical cure. Other Sarsaparillas may alleviate, but Guysott't Fx tract ot Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, eradicates an of the diseases of tbe system by furnishing proper chyle by which to form tbe blood. Kone genome onlest pot up in large bottles containing a quart, and name of the Syrup blown in the glass with tbe written signature S. F. Bennet, on the outside wrapper. Price f 1 per bottle or six bottles for f 5. Sold ry J. D. Park.Cin O., Northeast cor ner of Fourth and Walnut streets to wbum orders most be addressed. Sold by Maguet fe Neret, Gallipolis; -J, Caeehart Co., Ft Flea tan t. Va.;G J Payne. Porter; 8. S- Murry, wmesville; E. eraser, Hamden; E. Long, Jackson. Wot. 7, ;83fX-3av $1000 REWARD. IS offered to any person who will pro duce one-fourth the amount of real certificates of positive cures ia easet of Con sumption or diseased Langs at Dr. Koeaaa' LrviaWMT and Tit, bat marie ia tbia city er any other place where it Ma beea introduced. Although it bat not been puffed in the city papers ia editorial form, by the Proprietor, fee the sole purpose of gain, at meat anedietoea are without retard to their worth.) yet the demand hat been enormous. Ia tbe city of Dartoa aloes where this medicine bak no? beea advertised to tbe amount of ten dollars, we received aa order from Messrs. Ells Claffis it. Co to the amount of one thousand bottles. And this too, in tbe summer season, when there it comparatively little or no demand for medicine of thit character. a n n n . STATEMENT OF DR. HIRAM COX. Late Professor in the Cincinnati Eclectic Medical Collers d a physician well knows. who bat aa extensive practice, la relation te the cure of Miss Belt, after having been gives up to die with the last stage of consumption by a nn mber of able physicians Mr. A. U. ScoviLL ir: However reluc tant I have beea to permit my name to ap pear, attached to a certificate recommending Patent Medioines. Nostrums er Cathotieiifns, I nevertheless think it my duty, not on'y to my nations but to the community, and all afflicted with diseases requiring cough medi- cines to state that in three particular cases of incipient Consumption, vix: Miss Belt, step daughter of Mr. John fair of this city, a Mist Barger, sister-in-law of Mr. V. Winder, botch er, and Mr.R. k. Cox, one of our city council, that Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrup of Liver wort and Tar operated mora like a specific, than any remedy of a similar character in its operation, that I have ever used ia my prac tice. One of the cases above, viz : Miss Belt, apeaeed to be laboring under the last stage of Scrofulous Consumption, at pronounced by several physicians who were in attendance previous to my being called to treat her case. She is at this time in the enjoyment of as ap parently good health, and from appearance, as likely to die with any other disease, a 'any other young lady of this city. As it resoeets the health of the other two casesall the threat ening premonitory symptoms seem tuhare sub sided, from tbe use of a few bottles of tbe Sy rup above . Very respectfully, Ae HIRAM COX, M. D. Cincinnati, Jan. 95. 1847. Ilare yaw a Ceagbt Call on the following well known citizens and see whether they will not recommend you lo try this medicine at once: Hon. Judge Wm. Burke, J. P. Gnroiss Fsq., Griffin Yeat- man, Esq., James Foster, Esq., Col. J. Riddle, Stephen Burrows, rq., David Churchill, Lq., Thomas Mitchell, Fsq., J. T. CrapseY, Esq., Fbenezer Harrison. Esq.. .Mr. Samuel Trevor, of tbe firm of Woodruff St Trevor, .Mr. John Re e. Kev. George Malev, Rev. Mr. Walker, yt. Samuel R. Lea. Mr. John H. Hudson, at the corner of Main and Abigail streets, used this medicine upoa a periodical oouzh of more than fifty years standing, with entire success rtTM. B. Such has been its great success. that If any will try it, in all easet of Diseased Lungs and receive no benefit, even in 24 hours lime, and return the bottle, his money will be refun.led C0 r or sale by A. L. ScovitL, corner of Fifth and Race streets Cincinnati also, L. P. MA GUET, Gallipolis, Ohio. Thos. Evans Cen. treville. Hallnlays, Waddell &.CO- Porter. October 24, '50. Iyche4m F. MATHERS, WHOLESALE a.N'D EETilL DEALER 15 STOVES, TIN, COPrER AND SHEET IRON WARE, &c. Court St., next door to Millers Corner. Oct. 10, '60. ARRIVAL. 1 have just re . ceived mv fall supply of the justly celebrated Premium Cooking Stoves. F. MATHERS, IK you wish to tfe a superior Cooking Stove call at Mathers' Stove Depot, and look at his Meteor Air-Tight Cook ing Stoves, combining the principle of the double and single oven. THE finest, cheapest and most beauti ful assortment of Fire Fronts, Grates, ice., ever brought to this man ket, to be found at Mathers' Stove Depot. TH VE 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 h.ettres,o:c. vt. iu, isau. F. M ATHERS. PENSION, BOUNTY LAND & LAND AGENCY. rP"OSE having claims on Govern J. 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' sen be r. Bounty Land Agency. Having been actively engarrri since the passage of the late Bounty Land law in preparing and authenti ratine declarations for military services, for those who have been engaged in the military service of the United Mates, as well as the widows and minor children of such, be there' fore flatters himself he can give entire satis faction to those having claims for Bounty Lands, whether residing in Ohio, Virginia, or any other State. Those wishing to employ him can consult him by letter, (pott-paid,) when residing at a distance. Land 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 b th seller and buyer. Those having rarms to sell can have them brought into market and likely sold, by having a description of such entered on bis books, and advancing a small sum to defray ex penses of advertising in all tbe principal news papers of the Northern and Southern States. Office in Gallipot'- oo Main street, below the Public Wharf. LEWIS NEWSOM. Nov. 14. "50 tf ale mt Real Eetase, ST ararr sfCsait ON the 30th day of November, A. D. 1850, at 11 o'clock A. M., on the premises, in tbe township of Morgan, in the county of Gallia, will be sold te the big'test bidder, the following real estate, as the proper ty of Isabella Uars and Riehard H. 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 tbe lands of E. Gro rer, at a post, thence East 6 chains and 35 links, to a poet, thence south 97 cbaint and t linkt to a stone ea the township line, thence West 4 chains and 93 links, to a post, thence North 7 chains and 50 linkt, te a post, thence West 1 chain and 32 links, to a post, theaet North 19 chains and 9 links, to the place of beginning, in the N W quarter of Section 19, Town 7. and Bange 15 of the Ohio Company's Purchase. . Appraised at $175. Terms one third cash in hand; one-third in six months, and tbe resi'loe in one year with interest from tbe day of tale, HORACE B. S1SSOV, Guardian of Isabella Clark and Rirs'd Clark. Oet31,'5f-5w of it river to ing For For For in MRS. liberal port same for some ily taken TH Miss New in Miss teach invite such good equal Ohio, in the of at school for expose lipolis, ly.W, real Section sixteen, the of range more One-third one-third years, secured 0N. of of Range Also, Range lands The acre: acre, 50 and cash. tM. THE room 5th A.M. and tieularly of open persons tbe nated. in lands of HIGH SCHOOL, fiAIUPflm, '. 0." REV. HENST T. VOSE AND MS DANIEt SAMMIS, Pnxcifiu. ; 5 THIS Institution ia now in uccesafuf , operation, and is open for the recep. tionof Mudents. All the department ' ftutruetion ana well utned, yet may be proper kr observe thai th etementary principles of the aereraf branches of atudy will receive tbe most careful attention. Composition andF declamations throughout the courses Strict attention will be given to the da. portment and morels of the students. Galiipolis is situated upon the Ohio and ia well known to possess great beauty of situation, and healthy cli mate; it ia also well known tor the mor ality of its citizens, end Its valuable religions privilege. KZPEASBS. Board can be obtained af from tf.,00 per week. Students, by form clubs caa save a portioa of thhr amount. TtmOW PEE TEXXS. ; common English studies. $i 0O Mathematics and the higher branches of English atudiea. Si nor Latin and Greek laneuazes. C5 00 It is designed to make this Institution all respects worthy of the continued patronage of the public Uct. 84, I860. 3m JOPLIXG'S SELECT SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. THE present and sixth term of ihi School wilt expire on the last Mon day in November, at which time the winter session will commence. Mrs. Jopuno, erateful for the very patronage heretofore received, hopes, by her continued endeavors to please, to merit a share of the public! patronage, and the confidence and sup of her former patrons. Prices the as heretofore, viz: 82 00 for the" Elementary classes, and 83 00 for th higher English branches. Mrs. J. would take this method of in forming her patrons that instruction will the future be given in the French language, and the Fancy and Ornamen tal branches free of any additional charge. As Mrs. Joplino can accommodate two, three or more young ladies. besides those already encased, she ould like to receive such into her fam as boarders and pupils, for which a moderate charge will be made, and country produce of any kind witl be in exchange for board or tuition DALLNDA P. JOPLING. Oct. 31. I860.- LADIES' SELECT SCHOOL. E undersigned, under a vote of the Gallipolis Lyceum, have engaged ELIZABETH E. LANG, of Fredonia. Turk, to teach a Ski.cct Lidiis' School the Ltcidh Hall. We can recommend Lang as lady every way qualified to a school of the highest character. Ws) all those having girlt wishing to attend a school, whether in the town or in the country, to improve this opportunity of a instructress. We intend the school to be to any Ladies' School in thit part ol and if oureitizent who are interested such a school come forward as tkey ought, school will be a permanent one. Those wishing further to inquire can call npoo either tbe undersigned. The terms sill be at low1 any school of an equal character. The will begin tst Monday in December. LKWIS NEWSIIM, SIMEON NASH, CHAS. J. MEVAGER. Nov. 21, '50. 2 Committee-. Male of Okie, ttallla evenly, aa. John Curry et al vs. A. S. Croy, et ah PARTITION. PURSUANT to the command of an order of sale from the court of common pleas in and the eounty of Gallia, to me directed, 1 shall to public sale at the court bouse in Gal nn the 24th day of December, A. 1, at 2 o'clock p m. the following described estate, to-wit: The southwest quarter of fourteen, in Township eight, of Range in the Ohio Company's Purchase, and southwest quarter of the northwest quarter said section fourteen, in township eight, of sixteen, in the Ohio Company's Pur chase, containing in all two bundled sores, or less, own the following terms, to-wit: of the purchase money in band, in one year, and the residue in two with interest from the day of sale, to be by mortgage on the premises. Said premises appraised at 2500 dollars A. LOGUE, S G C Nov. 21. lfl.10.-5- stale mt Ki-al Estate, ay re'er mt t ears. N the 30th day of November, A. D 860, at S o'clock In the afternoon, door of the court bouse, in the town Gallipolis, will be told to the highest bid der, the following real estate as the property Patrick Quinn, deceased, to-wit j Fifty three acres in the northwest corner of the southwest qnarter of Section 32, Toan 8 IS of the Ohio Company's Purchaie. forty-three acres on the east lid fcf the northeast quarter of Section 10, Town 8, 16; also, four town lots in tbe town zi Wilksville, Nos. 75, 7S. 77. add 78. in WSlxs ville township, Vinton eounty, Ohio, fiaid to be sold subject to the Widow's (Tower. 23 arret is appraised at two dollars per the 43 seres is appraised at J dollars per and the tiwn lots as follows: No. 75 at dollars; No. 76 at 35 dollars, and Not. T. 78 al 30 dolrs each. Terms of tnie, ALICE Qt'lNN. Adm'x of PATRICK QUINiN. - i By Sianni Dole. Agent. 31. '50. 8w LAD!ES' FAIR. ladies of the Episcopal CHrrieg purpose holding a FAIR In the adjoining the Sons' Hall, Star building, Gallipolis, on Thursday, the of December, commencing at half-past 10 As the object of thit Fair is to aid ia benevolent chorea purposes the public ere re spectfully invited to attend and patronize itt tbe members or sister churches are par requested to attend. Refreshments various kinds will be prepared and kept during the day for the accommodation of coming in from she emratry. and ia ; evening the room will be brilliantly i.ionu- s and in addition te the sale of -r ahct ATictrs." refreshments of every una wui c readiness foe visitors. Admission 10 cents; Tickets at Uiseaor. Give ns a call. Nor. 7. '50. , BOUNTY LAND AGENTS. Eg, & CH. j. MENAGEK, Attof , neys, will attend to all ctaime for or Pensions under any of the acta Congress; Office south tide Public. -Square. -. Oct. 4th, 1 850. :