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State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pnrsnant to the command of an order
of sale from the eourt of common pleaa
in and for the county of Gallia, to me di
reeled, I shall expoae ta public eale at
the court boose in Gallipolia, on the Slat
day of May, A. D. 1852, at one o'clock
p. m., the following described property,
to-wit: Fifty-nine acre of. land, being
part of Fraction eighteen, Township 7.
of Range 15. in the Ohio Company's
Purchase, situate in said coonly of Gallia,
and bounded as follows, to-witt Begin
ning ' at the Mouth of Slanting Bridg
Ron, where the same emp'.ies into Cam
paigv creek; thence np said ran with the
meanders thereof in a north westwardly
direction to a point where said ran inter
sects the east line of a lot of one ban-
dred and seven acres, surveyed off the
west end of said Fraction 18; thence
north two chains and ninetv-fbur links
to the north line of said Fraction; thence
east on the north line of said Fraction
thirty-five chains and eleven links to a
take at the n w corner of William Eb
lin's tract, on the east end of said Frac
tion; thence south sixteen chains and
ninety-two 1'nks to a stake on the north
bank of Campaign creek; thence down
laid creek with the meanders thereof to
the olace of berinnin?: Also a part of
fraction No. 18, Township 7, of Range
15, in the Ohio Company's Purchase,
bounded as follows: Beginning st the
outh line of said Fraction IS, on the
"west bank of Campaign creek, and run
ning thence np said creek on the west
bank thereof to the mouth of Slanting
Bridge ran; thence op said ran to a point
where the same intersects the east I'r.e
of a hundred and seven acre tract, sur
veyed off the west end of said Fraction;
thence south to the smith line of eaid
fraction; thence east on said south line to
ibe place of beginning, supposed to con
tain forty acres, more or less. Appraised
at $200. To be sold as the property of
Obadiah Harris at the suit of Jatnis
A. LOGUE, S G C.,
Special Master Commissioner.
Special Master Commissioner. April 29, 1852.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of an execu
tion writ of Vendi Kxponas from the
coort of common pleas in and for the
county of Gallia, to me directed, I shall
expose to public sale, at the court house
in Gallipolia, on the 31st day of May,
A. D. 1852, at the hnor of one o'clock
p. m.. the following described properly,
to-wit: The dower estate of Lydia Swit
zer, described as Co'lows; Beginning at
the southeast corner of 100 acre lot No.
493, thence running west 30 chains to a
stake; thence north 25 chaina to a stake
on the sooth line of 100 acre lot No. 491 ;
tbenee east 9 chains to a atake; thence
south 12 chains and 50 links to a stake
on the line between said lots Nos. 491
and 493; thence east to the east line of
said lots; thence south to the place of
beginning, containing by computation
48 75-100 acres. Valued at 8G25. To
be sold as the property of T.ydia Switzer
at tha suit of Henry II. Neal.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss. A. LOGUE, S G C.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss. A. LOGUE, S G C. April 29, 1852.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss. A. LOGUE, S G C. April 29, 1852. State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of an execu
tion writ of vendi exponas, from the court
of common pleas, in and for the connty
of Gallia, to me directed, I shall expose
to public sale at the court house in Gall
polis. on the 31st dsy of May. A. D.
1C52, at one o'clock p. m.. the following
described property, to-wit: Lot No. 3 in
the village of Porter, in said cr.nntv of
Gallia, and State of Ohio, Appraised
at $300. To be sold as the property of
Charles W. Sims at the suit of McCul
A. LOGUE, S G C.
A. LOGUE, S G C. April 29, 1852.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of an order
of sale from the coort of common pleas
in and for the county of Gallia, to me di
rected, I shall expose to public sale at the
court house in GaUipolis, on the 31st day
of May, A. D. 1852, at one o'clock p.
m., the following described property, to
wit: situated in the northeast half of sec
tion No. 26, Township No. 6. of Range
No. 16, adjoining the town of Adams
ville, and bounded as follows,' to-wit: be
ginning it the corner of William M.
Wood's lot, and bounded on the north by
aid lot, and the town plat aforesaid;
thence west with the present State road
to the lands of Harrison Wood, on the
west by the lands of the said Harrison
Wood, on the south by. the lands of Samuel
Watson, and on the east by the town of
Adsmaville aforesaid, containing one hun
dred and thirty acres, more or less, being
-the same premises conveyed by Adam
Rickabaugh to George W. Kelley, by
deed bearing date on the 20th day of Au
gust, A. D. 1842. To be sold as the pro.
petty of Isaiah Wood and George W.
Kelly, at the auit of John Cating.
A. LOGUE, S G C,
Special Master Commissioner.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Tuisuant to the command of an execution
writ of vendi exponas from the court of com
anon pleas in and for the county of Gallia, to
roe directed. I shall expose to publie sale at the
nurt home in Galliuolis. on the 31st day of
Mav. 1852. at the hour of one o'clock K. M
the following described property, to-wit : The
southeast quarter of the southwest quarter o
section No. 5, in Township No. 6 and Range
"No. 16. Also the n e qr of the n w qr of sec
tion No. 8, in Township No. 6 and Range No.
16. ia said county of Gallia. Valued at 550
dollars. To be sold as the property of John
at tne suitof John Thomas.
A. LOGUE, S G C.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of two writs
-of Pin Vendi, from the court of common
pleas, in and for the coonty of Gallia, to
.me directed, I shall expose to public sale
at tha court house in GaUipolis, on the
Slat da v of May, 1852, at the hour of
. one o'clock P. M., the following described
nronertr. to wit: 175 acres of land, being
the east end of fraction No. 20, town 6,
'.range, 15, in tbe Ohio Company's par
chase, in said coonty of Gallia. To be
old as the property of John Mossman, to
aatisry two writs, one in favor of tne ad
ministrator of the estate of Arthur Led
l'ui. deceased, one in favor of William
Clendenin. Valued at 1400 dollars.
A. LOGUE S G C.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of a writ of
fi. fa. from the court of common' pitas in
and for the county of Gallia, to me direc
ted, I shall expose to public sale at the
court house, in GaUipolis, on the 31st day
ot May, A O 1852, at the hour of one
o'clock p m, the following described prop
erty to-wiu being in the n e qr of Section
No. 16, Township No. 6, Rtnge No. 15,
in the Ohio Company's Purchase, forty
poles square, bounded on the north by John
Sidcr'e land, on the west by Isaac Svder'a
land, and on the south and east by John
Cherrington's land. Valued at 76 dol
lars 66 cents. To be sold as the property
of David Bowman, at the suit of T. W.
Ervin for Thomas Sawyer.
A. LOGUE, S G C.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of two exe
cution writs of Vendi Exponas snd a rils
of fi. fa. from the coort of common pleas,
in and for the county of Gallia, to me di
rected, I shall expose to public sale at the
courth house in GaUipolis, on the 3 1st
day of Mar, A D 1852, atone o'clock
P. M., the following described property,
to-wi:: The east half of the s w qr of
section 21, in Township 7, of Range 16,
containing eighty two acrea and five one
hundredths of an acre, and also the n w qr
of the s e qr of section 21. Town 7. of
Range 16, all in the District of lands f ob
ject to sale at Chillicothe, Ohio, situate
in the county ot Gallia, and State of
Ohio, valued at $650. To be sold as the
property of C. W Anderson, at the soil of
Isabella Anderson, et at.
A. LOGUE, S G C.
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of a writ of
Vend Exponas from the court of common
pleas, in and for the county of Gallia, to
me directed, I shall expose to public sale
at the court house in GaUipolis, on the
31st day of May, A D 1852. at the
hour of one o'clock p m, the following
described property, lo-wit: ninety seres
of land, being part of the s wqr of Sec
tion No. 7, in Township No. 7, Range
No. 15. in the Ohio Company's Purchase,
Valued at $S0O. To be sold as the pro
perty of James Watkins, at the suit of
Joseph Clark's administrator.
A. LOGUE, S G C
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of an exe
cuticc writ of Vendi Exponas, from the
curt of common pleas in and for the coun
ty of Gallia, ts me directed, I shall ex
pose to public sale, at the court house
in GaUipolis, on the Sis' day of May,
A D 1S52, at one o'clock p.m., the fol
lowing described propertv, to-wit: The n
e half of lot No. 72. in the town of
Wilksville, Vinton county, Ohio. Valued
at $600. To be sold as the property of
Brown & Bussard at the suit of Dunbar,
Brook & Dunning.
A. LOGUE, S G C
State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Pursuant to the command of an order
of sale from the court of common pleas,
in and fur the county of Gallia, to me
directed, I shall expose to public sale
at the court house in GaUipolis, on the
31st day of May. A. D. 1852. at one
o'clock P. M., the fallowing described
propery, to-wit: The northeast qr of the
southeast qr of section nnmber 28, in
Township No. 7, of Range No. 16, of
lands subject to sale at Ch ill icothe, Ohio,
conlainirg 39 75-100 acres. Also so
much of the west half of the n w qr ol
Section No. 27, in Township and Range
aforesaid, aa is described In the following
boundary: Beginning at the a e corner of
said half quarter Section, then north
along the west line of said half quarter
Section to Little Raccoon crock; thence
south-eastwardly down said creek with
the meanderings of the same to tha south
line of said half qr Section; thence west
along said line to the place of beginning,
containing 20 acres, more or less. Val
ued at 9 .To be sold as the proper
ty of Catharine Lewis et al, a, the suit
A. LOGUE, S G C.
R. LLOYD 4- CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Basis, Sitae, flan, Leather sjaae
riamiaia.
Also
MANUFACTURERS OP BOOTS fc SHOES,
Frwat street, Parana rath, Ohio.
April 22, 1852.-4W
LATE ARRIVAL OF
Boots and Shoes.
p- . R. LLOYD & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers, have
LaK. just received an unusually
large and choice assortment of Boots
and Shoes, to which the attention of the
public ia respectfully invited. Being
well acquainted with the business, and
having most of our stock manufactured
under our own directions purchasing,
aa we have, a large stock in one of the
best markets in the world profiting by
these, and a combination of like adran
tagee, we feel confident that we are en
abled to meet the wants of the entire
community both in quantity, quality and
price. VVe would say to country mer
chants, furnace proprietors and all oth
ers, that as we are constantly receiving
additions, thereby keeping oar stock full
and complete, we can give as good bar
gains as can be obtained in any western
market; and all wha will favor as with
a call will receive a cordial welcome, and
we will take pleasure in showing our
goods that yon may have a practical con
viction of our statement.
April 22, 1852. 3w t
leather mm Leather Flaaiaga,
AT WHOLESALE. '
R LLOYD Sf CO., have just received
a large stock of Spanish Sole
Leather, Philadelphia and French Calf
and Kip Skins, Morocco, Kid and Dressed-Buck
Skins, P.tent Leather Lining
and Binding 8kins, Lasts, Pegs. Awls,
Thread, and all kinds of Shoemakers'
Kit. Also, Upper and Whit Sole Lea-
tber always on band. -. --. .
Portsmouth, Apnlje2, 1552 4w
to
in
Is
is
a
HATS! HATS!! -
In addition to oof large
stock of Boole and Shoes,
we have jost received a Urge
assortment - of men' Goe
fashionable HATS, (Spring
style); men's and boye Hungarian, Kos
suth, Congress .and Wool; also a very
large lot of Panama and Palm Leaf Hats,
all of which we offer at prices that will
defy competition.
R. LLOYD As CO.
Wholesale De alers.
Pontsmouth. April 22, 185? 4w
Master Commissioner' t Sale.
The State of Ohio. Gallia county. Court of
Common Pleas. June term, A. D. 1851, re
ward Naret. administrator of Charles L. V.
Bureau, deceased, vs. Daniel Jackson, et al.
I Cnsacrar.
Br irtue of a decretal order from said eourt
to me directed, in the above named ease, I "ill
offer for rale at publie auction, at the court
houe in said county of Gallia, on the 31st day
of May next, at the hour of one o'clock
p m on said day, the following real estate, to
wit: Fraction number one (1.) in Sections
number fourteen (14) and fifteen (13,) in
Tnwnhip number fire (5.) of Ranee number
fifteen (15,) in the Ohio Company's Purchase,
situate in said county of Gallia, and State of
Ohio, containing 2R2 acres. Appraised at
dollars.
S. B. KATIIBUAX, M. C.
wJpri 22. 185i
OTIcaael 8. MeOr'a Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
subscriber has been appointed and
qualified ns Administrator on the estate
of Michael S. MeCoy, late of Gnllia
county, deceased. Dated at Greenfield
this 22d day of April. 18" 2
WILLIAM MeCOY, Adm'r.
MILLINERY!
SPRING FASHIONS.
Mn. COLEMAN would repecl
faaffully inform her old customers and
the public at large, that she has received iroin
Philadelphia her c-pring Fashions for Bonnets
Ladies are solicited to call and examine them
CAI.OLINK COLEMAN.
GaUipolis, April 15, 1850.-3
ticwrce 31. Owdrill's Eatatr.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
ha been appointed and qualified, as admin
istrator on the estate of George M. Pndrill,
late of Gallia eountv, dereaed.
JAMES McNEEL, Adm'r.
April 15, 1352 3
Naacy Trree'i Eatate.
XOTICE is herehy given that Letters Testa
mentary bat been granted unto the uhrri-
ber, a executor on the estate ol Nancy Tyree,
late of tsallit couoty, deceased; all persons in
terested will take notice aee-rdingly.
JOHN GEEY, Executor.
April 15,1852. 3w
LADIES SELECT SCHOOL.
MISS JOHNSOX, late of New York, propoe
to open a School (nr young Ladies in the
Lyceum Hall, on Monday, the 19th day of
April next. Miss Johnon was educated at
the Mount Holyoke Female Seminiry, Mass
and has been engaged in teaching for three
years. We ran recommend her as an accom
pUshed teacher, equal to any in this vicinity
or elsewhere. We would therefore urge our
friends from the country to embrace this oppor
tunity for the education of their daughter.
Further information can be had by enquiring
of the undersigned.
SIM TON NASH,
LEWIS NEWSOM,
April 8, 1852. Committee.
DISSOLUTION.
IPHE partnership heretofore existing nnder
I the firm of IIai.i.ioat, addei.l & lo,
is this day dissolved hy mutual eonent. All
persons knowing themelva indebted will
n'ease rail and settle their accounts, a the
ftpoks of I he firm must be closed up without
delay, at the old stand, by I. R. Calohan, who
is authorized to settle the same.
RALL1DATS, WADDELL L CO.
GaUipolis, April 8. 1853.
David Asdrnsi'i Eatate.
NOTICE is hereby given that the sub
scriber has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator on the estate
of David Anderson, late of Morgan
township, Gallia county, deceased.
HIRAM WILCOX, Adm'r.
April 22, 1852.
M. SAWYER. WM. PICKESS6ILL. jr.
. M. SAWYER f CO.,
a, 73 Waad street, three tfaara afcave 4ta
PITTSBURGH, PA.,
100KIXG-GLASS MAMFACTLRERS
And Wholesale Dealers in Foreign
4" Domestic Fancy and Variety
Goods.
WE would respectfully invite mer
chants and others, visiting ourcitv
for the purpose of purchasing GOOD''
call and examine our stock. As our
Goods have been bought for cash, we
will sell them on as reasonable terms
and as low as can be purchased East.
We shall constantly keep on hand
Looking Glasses, Clocks. W a t c hes,
Jewelry, Combs, and all kinds of Fan
cy and Variety Goods.
(rill fortrait and Picture rrames
made to order.
March 4. 1852. 3m
TROUBLE IN GERMANY I
77ie Dutch hate taken Hol
land!! AND A. HEINEMAN is on hand
with the best and cheapest lot of
-Ready Made Clothing
the market.
Qtc Sales and Small Profilt,
the motto of the Centre Clothing
Store at the Star House. Call and ex
amine goods and prices before purcha
sing elsewhere, and you will be con
vinced of its truth; and ever after mo
ney and trouble will be saved by call
ing directly on the subscriber at Fish
er's Star building.
(fcJrNo catling In of passers by, that
not the game the undersigned plays.
A. HEINEMAN.
April 8, 1852. -
LAST CALL.
THE subscriber, having made a change in hh
business, wou a request ... ioo snowing
themselves indebted by note or book account to
call and eertUj without delay. i
April a, 52. F. MATiiEBS. 1
j- . i. .. .
a
NEW SPEING &
PECEIVED from PHILADELPHIA
jLt mentoi uuuus 01 wo iritis r
consisting in part of-
SUMMER GOODS;
by WM.C. MILLER, eeneral assort-
and MUSI r ASH IU.N ABLE STYLES,
Super black and blue French Cloths;
black and fancy Doeskin Caasineres;
blk. mixed and bro. sol'd, all a oot Tweeds;
" Casbmarets, Satinets and Ky. Jeans;
- 8ilk, Satin and woosted Vestings;
Fine brown Coat and Pant Linens t
Heavy Bleached and brown Linen Drillings;
French, India and common Nankins ;
Heavy brown 4-4 Muslins;
Fine bleached and unbleached Muslins ;
Pillow case Medina and Sheetings;
Ticking and eolured Drilling;
Fine white and colored Flannels;
Bleached and brown Canton Flannels;
Super Irish Linens. Linen Towlings & Crash;
Shirting and Apron Checks;
Worsted Linen and Cotton Table Covers;
Worsted Moreens, Dimities and Skirts;
Gentlemene Worsted and Cotton Under Shirts
and Drawers;
" Super black Kid, Silk and Lisle Thread
Gloves ;
Black and Fancy colored Silk Cravats;
Super 3-4 and 4-4 black Italian Dresa Silks;
India Senohew Apron Silks;
" Black and colored (all worsted) DeLeines;
Alpacas and Pen inn Cloths;
Black and Fancy Barrges and Barege De
Laines; Changeable colored Silk Poplins;
Black and Fancy colored Lawns;
Hoyles fine dark colored Chocolate Lawn ;
Small Barred French and Scotch Ginghams;
Black and Fancy colored Dress Ginghams;
Hoyles Super 3-4 and 4-4 Chints Print;
Blue, Black, Green, Red Sl. Fancy eol'd Prints;
Turpentine and Oil do do;
Plain At figured Swi, Book Sl Mull Muslirts;
Victoria Lawns Sl Plain 4. Striped Jaconets;
Cap Nets, Laces, Edgings and Inserting;
French Needle Worked Collars St Silk Points;
Linen Cambrick and Silk Handkerchiefs;
Ladies white ajd black Twisted Silk Gloves &
Mitts?
" B'ack, white Sl fancy colored Kid Gloves ;
Crape, Silk, and Cashmer Shawls;
Fine assortment newest styles Ladies
and trimmings;
Plain and Fancy Silk Parasols and Gingham and Cotton Umbrellas;
Gentlemen's Super Silk Plush, Beaver, Hungarian & Palm Leaf Hats;
A good assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen's, Misses, Boys and Children's
Shoes and Slippers;
A general assortment of Hardware, Queens ware and Pittsburgh manufactured
articles;
Superior qualities of Baltimore Chewing Tobacco, French Brandies and Port
Wines.
COLORED CARPET
Groceries, loaf and crushed Sugars; Orleans Sugar and Molasses; Rio Coffee;
Kice; i eas; Kaisins and Prunes by the
(7-AH of the above articles and many
the lowest market prices. The attention
an examination, (rasti paid lor most
GaUipolis, April 29, 1852. tf
and Misses Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons
CHAIN, ALL COLORS.
box, &c &c.
others not enumerated, will be sold at
of the public is respectfully Invited to
kinds ol Country Produce.
NEW CHEAP CASH STOKE.
TIIK undersigned would respectfully inform the public that having taken the
old and well known stand formerly occupied by Franklin CAaEL.'on the
lower side of the Public Square, which has been newly fitted up, he has opened
a NEW STORE, comprising a general assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queenstcarc, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, tyc.,
which will be sold exclusively for C ASH, as I find from considerable experience
it is the only way to sell Good3 really cheap. Strictly adhering to this principle,
1 will sell good articles at much lower prices thin they have been heretofore
sold in this town or county.
Having for the last two years been engaged as Salesman in some of the lar
gest Jobbing and Importing Houses in
lor the purchase and selection or mr Goods, and strictly believing in the old
adnge, that "Goods well bought are half sold," I shall make every exertion in
the selection of my Stock to please the publis both in regard to price, quality
and stvle.
I will pay particular attention to, and keep a much larger and more varied as
sortment of FANCY DRY GOODS,
especially,) than has heretofore been kept
of Dress, both useful and ornamental.
I am satisfied that Goods can be sold
in this place, and all I ask is a fair trial
lact.
GaUipolis, March 18, 1852. 6m
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
THIRD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Established in 1840. Incorporated
perpetual charter.
FACULTY,
P. DUFF, principal, author of the "North American Accountant" and "VVes.
tern bteamboat accountant. Professor of Book-Keeping and commercial sci
ences. J. D. WILLIAMS, Professor of Commercial and Ornamental Penmanship.
N. B. HATCH, Esq., of the Pittsburgh Bar, Professor of Mercantile Law.
CH MILES BRTBERGER. Architect of St. Paul's Cathedral, Professor of
Architectural, Mechanical and Landscape Dbawixo. With several ab'e assis
tants in the Book-keeping department
It will be found, on reference to any of our city Merchants or Bankers, that
the Principal of this Institution is the only practical accountant in this city,
devoting his whole time, talents and about eighteen years experience, (in keep
ing books) to teaching this important science. His treatise upon Book-keeping,
published by the Harpers of New York, has been sanctioned by the American
institute, and Chamber of Commerce of that city, as the most complete work
upon the science extant.
Mr. Williams' specimens of penmanship having taken the first premiums at
the last annual Fairs, both in Allegheny and Cincinnati, he is now admitted to
be the best Penman .in the West.
Persons desirous of being thorough'y and practically qualified for business
will find no Institution west of the mountains, offering so many obvious advan
tages: business men haying no confidence in any instructors of Book keeping
but those who have themselves kept books.
1 he Lames writing department, under
gantly furnished private Parlor, with a
("Circulars with terms mailed to
Mr. Duff at the College.
Philadelphia, I possess great advantages
for Ladies and Gentlemen's wear, (Ladies
in this place, comprising every article
much cheaper than they have been sold
from the people to convince them of the
F. CAREL, Jr.
by the Legislature of Pennsylvania with
Hr. Williams, is in a spacious and ele
separate entrance.
all parts of the country on application to
March 18, lS52.-ly
THE RAILROAD IS CCMING TO
GALLIPOLIS. '
X be cars are being drawn
by the splendid HOKSES
from the BUCKEYE LIV
ERY STABLE, on Second
street, one door below the
Public Square. The subscriber has re
plenished his stock of the best quality
of Horses, Buggies, Carriages, ice.
I am prepared at all times
to accommodate persons on the shortest
notice possible and at terms to suit cus
tomers, with Saddle Horses, Horses and
Buggies, Carriages, ice., with or with
out drivers. I am thankful to old pa
trons and hope they will continue their
patronage. Remember the place, one
door below the Public Square.
1). N. ALLAKU
March 4,1852. ly
CANCERS & ULCERS CURED.
THE undersigned having associated themselves
together for the purpose of
Curing Cancers, Ulcers, and Long
Standing Sores,
of every kind, take this method of informing
the publie that they are ready to cure all those
afflicted with any of the above named com
plaints who aaay submit themselves to Ibeir
care and treatment- We respectfully request
all those suffering from the effects of those dire
ful maladies to call and satisfy themselves that
speedy cure is to be obtained. We have ef
fected cures in eases pronounced incurable by
the Medical Faculty, and shall be able to satis
fy all, befnra we assume the management of the
reality of our ability to cure. Surgical opera
tions will be performed if desired.
Let the afflicted suffer no longer, but call
and be cored at once. -
N. B. Desirous of inspiring the confidence
f all disposed to submit to our treatment, we
asure them that unless a curs is effected, no
moaV.
, FtorT foUB(f t , timef a, fc.
Gallinnli.
, REYNOLDS A. FROST. '
Feb. 5, 1852. 6m .
...
The Stale of Ohio, Gallia county, ts.
Court of Common Pleas, March Term, 1852.
Peter Menager vs. West Virginia Col Mi
ning Company, commonly called "Western
Virginia Coal Mining Company."
ATTACH KENT.
ALL persons interested will take notice that
Peter Menng' r, on the 21st day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1851, sued out a writ of attachment
frbin the Court of Common Pleas of said coun
ty of Gallia, in said State of Ohio, against tha
West Virginia Coal Mining Company, com
monly railed Western Virginia Coal Mining
Company, for the sum of five hundred dollars,
damages. Which writ has been served and re
turned. Attel:
JOS. DROUILLARD, Clerk.
E. S. Mfnagle. Att'y lor Piff.
April 1, lF52,-6w
The Stale of Ohio, Gallia county, ss.
Court of Common Pleas, March Term, 1 852.
Stewart A. Lesley vs. Rhoda Slaughter.
ATTACHMENT.
ILL persons interested will take notice that
is Stewart A Lasley, on the 1st day of Jai
ary, A. D. l'5i,sned out a writ of attachment
from the Court of Common Pleas of said coun
ty of Gallia, in said State of Ohio, against said
Rhoda Slaughter, for the sons of on - hundred
dollars, which said writ has been served and re
turned. Attet;
JOS. DROUILLARD, Clerk.
- Lemuel PnamT, At'y for Plff.
April!. l852.:-w -
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, dC.
OA HHD3. N. O. Sugar;
iJ 7(1 bbls Molasses;
6 Tierces Rice;
6 Casks Salnratus;
10 Bbls. Loaf, Crushed and Powdered
Sugar:
20 Boxes Va. and Missouri Tobacco;
30 Boxes Claret Wine;
30 Coils Cordage, assorted sizes;
' Also a general assortment of Season
able Dry Goods, just received and for
sal low for cash.
E. DELETOMBE & CO.
April 1, 1852.
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ISM, kyi. a liOtOHTOM, sf . D, laUMtfwk'e .
uaea of it, uum un aw ta lmi
Diatrfet at rsaasvrfaaJa.
Another Scientific "Wonder!
CREAT OURE FOR
DYSPEPSIA!
Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
THE TRCK
DIGESTIVE FLUID,
OK) GASTRIC Jl'ICE.
Prepared from REX NET. sr tha fourth
STOM ACH OF THE OX, after directions
of BRO. LIE BIG, the great PhysiJogi
cal Chemist, by J. S. UOL'GHTOX, M. D.
Philadelphia, Pa.
This is a truly wonderful remedy for INDI
GESTION. DYSPEPSIA. JAUNDICE,
LIVER COM PL A INT, CONSTIPATION,
and DEBILITY. Curing after Nature's
own method, by Nature's own Agent, the
Gastric Juice,
(5 Hall a teaspoonful of Pcrat, infused in
water, will digest or dissolve, fire Poundt of
Jtoaif Btrf in about tm Arun, out of the
stomach.
PEPSIN is the chief element, or Great Di
gesting Principle of the Gastric Juice the
Solvent of the Food, the Purifying, Preierring,
and Stimulating Agent of the stomach and
Intestines. It is extracted from the Digestive
Siomach of the Ox, thus forming an ARTI
HCIAL DIGESTIVE FLUID, precisely like
the natural Gastric Juice in itsChemical pow
er, and furnishing a COMPLETE and PER
FECT SUBSTITUTE for it. By the aid of
this preparation, the pains and-evil of INDI
GESTION and DYSPEPSIA are removed,
just as they would be by a healthy Stomach.
It is doing wonders for Dyspeptics, curing
rases of DEBILITY, EM AO ATI ON. N ER
VOUS DECLINE, and DYSPEPTIC CON
SUMPTION, supposed to be on the verge of
the grave. J be ocientihe Lvidenee upon
hi-h it is bard, is in the highest degree
CURIOUSand REMARKABLE.
SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE!
BARON LIEBIG in his celebrated work on
AnimalCbemistry.savs: "An Artificial Diges.
tive Fluid, analogous t the Gastric Juice,
maybe readily prepared from the raucous mem
brane of the stomoch of the Ox, in which vari
ous articles of fo?d, as meal and egg, will tie
toflentd, changrd, mi dieted, jutt in the tame
manner at thru teoitut be in lAe human stomach-"
ffc-Callon the agent, and get a descriptive
circular, gratis, giving a large amount of arc
BTriric rvinrxrr, similar to the above, torth
er with Reports of BKMAaKisut cuata, from
all parts of the United States.
AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER,
Dr. IIooghtoVs Pirsi has produced the most
marvellous effects in curing case of Debilily.
Emaciation, Aerrotu Decline, and Dytprptic
iMjnmmpDon. it is impossible to give the de.
tails of rases in the limits of this advertise
ment; but aathentientrri certificates have been
given of more than two RDNnarn BEaiaaaai.E
cvars,in Philadelphia, New York and Boston
alone. These were nearly all desperate eaes.
and the cures were not only rapid ard wonder
ful, but permanent.
It is a great Heavocs ixTioorr, and liartic
nlarly useful for tendency to Bilious disorder.
Liver complaint, fever and ague, or badly
treated fever and ague, and the evil effects of
Quinine, Mercury, and other drugs upon the
uigesliv- Urgans.altera long sickness. Also,
for rxces in eating, and the too free use of ar
dent spirits. It almost reconciles health with
intemeranee.
Dr. Houoiito),s Pepsin is sold by nearly all
the dealers in fine drugs and populsr Medicines
throughout the United States. It is prepared
in Powder and in Fluid form and in Prescrip
tion vials for the use of physicians.
Private circulars, for the use of physicians,
may be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his agent,
describing the whole process of preparation,
and giving the authorities upon which the
claims of this new remedy are based. As it is
not a SKcarr aiagor, no objection can be
raised against its ue bv Physicians in rene
table standing and regular practice. Price.
On a Doi.Laa per bottle.
ff7-sYi This ! Everv bott'e of the gen.
nine Pepsin bears the written signature of J.
S. Houghton, M. Dsole proprietor, Philadel
phia, Pa. Cony-right and trade mark secured.
sold hy all Druggists and dealers in Medi
cines.
Agents L. P. M AG L ET, GaUipolis, whole
sale and retail agent.
April 8, 1852. ly
GALLIPOLIS STOVE DEPOT.
TTTE have just received our Spring
V supply of COOKING STOVES,
amongst which aro the Etna, for wood
or coal, and which bad such a run last
fall, will be sold cheap for cash.
April 8, 52. F. MATHERS & CO.
STAR of the West, Mississippian,
Ohio, Premium and Meteor Cook
ing Stoves, for sale low for cash at the
Stove Depot of F. MATHERS & CO.
April 8, l52.-6m
JDST received a beautiful lot of Ja
paned Ware, ename'ed Sauce Pans
and House furnishing articles. Also
the Oxvgen Lard tamp, the best Lamp
in use.' F. M ATH ERS & CO.
April 8, 1852. 6m
ALL kinds of Job Work in Copper,
Tin, Sheet Iron and Zinc, Spouting
and Roofing, dona at the shortest notice
low pnees and in a workmanlike man
ner. F. MATHERS & CO.
April 8, 1852. 6m
GREAT SPRING ARRIVAL OF
New Goods,
AT HEAD-QUARTERS,
SSalllwwIia, Oatw.
THIS establishment takes this method of in
forming the People of Gallia couoty that
they have just opened and are still receiving a
large assortment of Spring and Summer Goods
direct from Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Cin
cinnati, consisting in part of Staple and fan
cy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Bon
nets, Hardware, Queeosware, Iron, Nails.
Coffee. Sugar, Molasses, Tea, Rice, Tobacco,
Slc. To all of which we invite the especial
atten'ion of buyers before purchasing else
where. IIALLIDAYS t WADDLLU
April 8, 1852. 3m
ROAD NOTICE.
THERE will be a petition (resented to the
trustees of Perry township, in Gallia coun
ty, Ohio, at the town bouse ia said township, on
29tb day of May, 185. praying for a town
ship road in said township, to commence at or
near David V. Jones' Darn ana running toe
nearest aad best way to intersect the publie
road running from Centerville to GaUipolis, and
the saaaa time to do the least damage to in
dividual property, that a good road can well be
had.
April 15, 53-tw
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ma Dm akwra law mi atasssa, rsfctlf
ftvaaves 4
qiARLES V. UiBLLV
Vl'OULD in orm bis friearf and thai pubJld
l generally tb.the has opened anew Grace
ry and Confectionary at the aoova.well kna.4
stand, where ha intend keeping at all times J .
general assortment of Groceries and Conec
tionaries. such as Sugar; Conws MolasMe,
Tea; Tobacco: Soap; Candles; aD kind of
Csndise; NutaJ Figs; - Oranges: LwHtoos
Cakes of all kinds, io, 4 , which ha will sail
cheaper than ws ever sold in Gallipnlia.
Candies sold wholesale at Cincinnati tod)
Pittsburgh prices. .. . . i
April 1,1851
BUFFALO ACADEMY.
THE SFTOXD SESSION of thia Ato
my will commence oa MONDAY. APPIL-.
13th. and continue twenty one weeks.
The Academy embraces three Departmental
The Paeraavroar. in which instruction if
given in the primary branches f ait English
education. Tuition in this departaxnt ia S
dollars a session .
The IxTEaaEDtATBi in which tfia com mod
English branches are thoroughly taught. Tui
tion in thia Department is tan dollars a
sioti. -
Tha AoTaacEOt in which tha pttf' receives
instruction in the higher English branch', ac.f
also in Latin. Greek and Gemma. Tu tin
in this Department is fifteen dollars a'sessien.
Instruction will be given on the Piano, and
in Ornamental Needle-work and Embroidery.
It is the design of tha Trustees and Tench
ers of this Institution to make it a first elass
Academy, in which the character of the in
struction given shall not, in any particular, fall
oeiow mat I urn lined in our oldest and best
schools of the same grade.
Special attention ia given to the lilting of .
young aaen frc College, nd, also, for a mercan
tile lite. Those designing to teach will receive
instruction with reference to that profession.
Eighty atudents have been in altenHancd
during the first session, which has just closed,
and increased facilities will be presented dif
ring the next session for the accommodation of
all who may attend.
Circulars, furnishing detailed information,
can be obtained by correspondence with th
Principal.
G. R. ROSSETER. Pririeirtal,
Ruffaln, Putnam, Con Virginia,
April 1, 1854 5w
EDWARD S. MENAGEK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,'
SOUTH SIDE Pt'BLIC SQUARE,
GALLIPOLIA, OHIO.
April 1. 1853 -tf
Slate of Ohio, Gallia county, it.
Court of Common Pleas, March term, A. D
1850.
IN CHANCERY.
Charles Creuzet vs. Abraham Lalry, Adm'r
of Aaron Barlow, dee'd, an j William Bar
low, Jnel Barlow, George Thornton Rarlow,
Itelrn Barlew, Heirs, and f ranees Barlow,
widow of said Aaron Barlow, dee'd.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of said county of Gallia, and
State of Ohio, at their said Term of March,
Hoi, the said William Harlow. Joel Barlow,
George Thornton Barlow, and Helen Barlow,
heirs at law. and Franeea Barlow, widow of said
Aaron Barlow, are berebv notified that on tha
fourth day of April, A. D. 1851. Charles Creu
zet filed in said Court a Bill in Chancery
against the said Aaron Barlow, then living,
elting forth amongst other thing, that the
aid Aaron barlow, on or about the 6th day of
July, A. D. 1847. executed and delivered to
the said Charles Creuzet, a mortgage on town
lot in the town of Gallipo is, in said cnunty of
Gellia,end numbered in the plat of said town
Seventy (70,) toserure the payment f the bat
ance of tne purchase money on said lot, being
the sum of five hundred dollars, to b; paid as
follows, to-wit : One hundred and sixtv-six dol
lars sixty-six and two-thirds cents, in one yeaf
fmm the date thereof; the like sum of money
in two vears from the date of said Mortgage f
and the like sum of money in three years from
the date of said Mortgage, each with interest
from the date of said Mortgage, and that tha
whole of said sum of five hundred dollars, with
the accruing interest thereon, remains due and
unpaid, and praying for the sale of said prem
ises, and that the purchase money accruing"
from such sale, be applied to ihe satisfaction oi
said sum of five hundred dolhrs, mentioned in
said Mortgage. And the said William Bar
low, Joel Barlow, George Thornton Barlow,
Helen Barlow, Heir, and Frances Barlow, wi
dow, are further notified, that unless they ap
pearand plead, answer or demur to said Hill
within sixty days after the next terw of said
eourt, the said Charles Creuxet, at the next
term after the exoiration of said sixtv day.
will apply to said Court to take the matters of
said Bill as confessed and to decree thereon ae
eording'y. Attest:
JOS. DROUILLARD, Clerk C. C. P.
E. S. McKsoea, Sol. p. q.
April I. 1853 6w
The State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss,
Court of Common Pleaa. March Term, 1853.
Edward T. Ilolromb vs. Elijah Thompson.
ATTACHMENT.
ALL persons interested will take notic
that Edward T. Holeomb.on the 11th day
March, A. D. 1S53, sued out a writ of at
tachment from the Court of Common Pleas of
said County of Gallia, in said State of Ohio,
against said Elijah Thompson, for the sum of
one hundred dollars damages, which arit has
been served and returned . Attest :
JOS. DROITLLARD, Clerk.
Akseiji T. Holcoms, Att'y for Plff
April 1, 1852. fiw
WANTED,
I'sicmrrewt mma) Brakes Baak tl
OHIO.
orwalk,
Womter.
5(1 cents per dollsr.
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Commercial Bk of Sciito,
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Lancaster.
llrbana Banking Co,,
Granville,
Whitewater Canal,
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NEW YORK.
Rank of New Rochelle, 70
James Bank, Jamesville, 80
NEW JERSEY.
Com Bk of Port Am hoy, 30
Peoples' Bk of Patterwm, 10
PENNSYLVANIA.
Allegheny City Script, 70
Allegheny County Script, 80
Pittsburgh City do, 85
States Bank, Phil's,
Erie Bank, 90 .
Farmers' & Drover', 97
MARYLAND.
Bank of Salisbury, 1 5
Cumberland Saving's Bk. 90
Cumberland Bk of Alleg'y, 90
Farmers' lr Meeb. Bank of
Carroll count r, 90
MICHIGAN.
Michigan State Bank, 9a '
Michigan Insurance Co, 90
of Macomb County, 90
Clair (endorsed.) 10
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1 oe suoscrioer win xty me aoove rates lor
uneurrent Bank notes, if presented at his
counter within a fewdays.
CHAS. HESKCtO.
Feb. 19, 1852. tf
JOB WORK, .n
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, '
Ftew.Hr Kxrwatcw as sfkss
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