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GALLIPOLIS, June 10th, 1854.
The Gullm County Agricultural So taettr met at the Court House, fn UaUi polis, pcrsaaat to public notice, for the purpose of preparing a list of premium to be awarded at their next exhibition; alao to arrange the time and place loHtingthe next fair, Officers present, J. R, Bussuro, President, Geo. W-. Cabtlb, Vice President. -, A. P. Robqbbs, R. See., Protem, L. P. Maocbt. Treasnrer. T. Tf. Wiluamb, B. F. Milis, James Campbeu, J. II. GcTHEre, Managers.. The meeting being called to order by the President, it was Itesotvea, . r t OalliDoHs OB Tburs- an Frirlav. the 5th and 6th of - - Ontntur next. The following Est of premiums was agreed upon, te-wit. ON GRAIN AND OTHER CROPS. Best one sere of wheat, Bottom Land l 00 Sri . do d oar ao no z uu 4 00 Best one acre of wheat, op land 3d do do do do- ' Best one acre of wheat, eommoa bot 200 tom land 4 2d Best one acre of wheat, common bottom land . - 3 00 - Best one acre of wheat, common np land 4 00 9d Best one acre of wheat, common np t land 2 00 - Best one sera of oats, 3 00 Sd do do do 2 00 Best V sere Beans 2 00 Best J acre Potatoes 2 00 FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. vrAOTirua. Best plough for general use 1 00 do twohorae wagon 2 00 do harrow 1 00 do corn cultivator I 00 do bone power hay rake 1 00 do reaping machine j 1 00 do threshing machine 3 00 ' do washing do - 1 00 do barrel flour I 00 do bee hire 1 00 do half dozen brooms- 1 00 do lot cooper ware 60 . do lot baggy harness I 00 do cooking store 1 00 do- parlor store - I 00 do dressing boreas 2 00 do lot parlor chairs I 00 do centre table 1 00 do lot horse shoe nails ' 1 00 do 3 Hoes 1 00 do pair gents' sinnmer boots 1 00 do do. do winter do 1 00 do do do slippers 50 do do ladies slippers 50 do msn's saddle and bridle 2 00 do women's saddle and bridle 2 00 do horse collar 50 do lot tin ware 1 00 do ten yards jeans 1 00 do do do flannel 1 00 do quilt patch work 1 00 do do pieced do " . 1 00 do coverlet 2 00 do 20 yards wool carpet 1 00 do 20 do rag do 1 00 do pair socks 50 do do wool hose 50 do hearthrug - 1 00 do pair wool mitts ' 50 CATTLE. Best improved bull over 3 years old 2d do do do do 3 do - Best improved boll over 2 years old 2d do do do 2 do Best improved bull over 1 year old 2d do . do do 1 da Best improved bull calf 2d do do do do Best improved heifer over 2 years old 2d do do do 2 - do 4 00 3 00 3 00 2 00 2 0T 1 00 1 00 66 2 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 66 3 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 3 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 Best improved heifer over 1 year old 2d do do do 1 do Best improved heifer calf 2d do do do do Best improved milch cow 2d do do do do Best native milch cow 2d do do do - Best yoke oxen over 4 years old 2d do do do 4 do Best yoke oxen over 3 years old 2d do de do 3 do Best yoke oxen over 2 years old Sd do do- do 1 do JACKS AND MULES. Best Jack do mule over 3 years old ' do do do 2 do do mule over 1 year old do mule colt 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 HORSES. Best stallion 2d do do Best brood mare and colt 2d do do do do Best 3 year old horse colt 2d do 3 do do do " Best 2 year old horse colt 2d do 2 do do do - Best 1 year old horse colt 2d do 1 do do do Best 3 year old filly 2d do 3 do do - Best 2 year old Sly 2d do 2 do do - Best 1 year old filly 2d do 1 do do Best pair match horses do riding horse 2d do do do Best draft horse 5 00 4 Off 3 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 1 00 4 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 SHEEP. Best long wool back do fine do do 2 00 mutton sheep do ten ewes long wool do ten ewes fine wool SWINE. Best boar 2 00 2d do do 1 00 Best breeding sow and pigs, improved breed . 2d Best breeding sow and pigs, improved breed 2 00 1 00 PRODUCTS OF DAIRY, &C. 1 Best 6 lbs. butter 2d de 6 lbs. butter Best 20 lbs. cheese ' 2d do 20 lbs. cheese - Best two loaves bread 2d do do do , Best 10 lbs honey in comb ' 2d do ten lbs. honey in comb : Best two bacon hams, cur'd by exhibitor 1 1 00 td Best two bacon hams cur'd by exnioitor Best preserves 60 60 FANCY ARTICLES. Best orcvnental needlework" , 1 do ottoman cover - -" .1 "do group flower's needle work 1 " do worked eollar fc handkerchief 1 . do gronpflotrijrA artificial 1 do .aiikborrej . . .1 -do specimens of wax flowers and frait 1 Best specimen of painting in oil colors it " . J 00 Best specimen of painting in - 00 00 Best specimen Daguerreotypes 1 do do shell work 1 GRAIN AND SEEDS. of 00 Best sample of corn not less tnan v 1 bushel " N - Best aaraple of oats not leas than i 1 bnshel . - ' " Best sample of timothy seed half " bnshel - - Best sample of clover seed half bnshel 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 Best sample of wheat not less than 1 bushel f. 1 VEGETABLES. Best half bnshel Irish potatoes do do - sweet potatoes do six heads cabbage do' twelve turnips do do carrots do do parsnips do six beets do six winter squashes do three pumpkins 50 60 60 60 50 60 60 60 60 60 do one peck onions do and greatest variety exhibited by one person i 06 Best six heads cauliflowers 60 FRUITS. Best and gTea test variety of ap ples, 3 of each named ana la belled 2 00 Best ten varieties of apples 3 of each 1 OO Best six winter varieties 1 00 do and greatest varieties of pears I 00 do . do do . do peaches 1 00 do peck quinces - I 00 do half bush apples one variety 1 00 do and greatest of grapes 1 00 do five 1 00 HORTICULTURE. j 1 Best and greatest variety cut flowers 60 2d best and greatest variety cut flowers 60 Best and greatest variety cut dahlias 50 do do do do roses 50 do do do .do china asters SO do floral ornament 60 do pair hand boquet, flat 50 do do ' do round 60 POULTRY. Best pair turkeys 60 do lot Poland chickens ' 60 do lot Shanghae chickens 60 do lot Dorking chickens 60 do lot Poultry by one person 1 00 Resolved, That John N. Mills, John N. Kerr and C. D. Bailey, be appointed a committee to prepare suitable grounds and make the necessary arrangement. Committee of Arrangement Jeffer son Cherrrngton, John R. McCormick, A. S. Guthrie and A. Vance, and re solved that A. P. Rodgers, I. R. Calo-1 ban and L. f. Magnet, De appointed a committee to select a suitable site for the subsequent meetings of the Agricul tural Society, and that they report the price at which a suitable location (not less than five acres) can be purchased, and the probable cost of preparing the same with suitable buildings, and that they report at the next meeting of this board Further ordered that the proceedings of this meeting be published m the Journal and Courier. Adjourned to meet at the Court House on Saturday, the 2d day of Sept., 1854. A. P. RODGERS, Rec Sec. Bask Notes Stouw 940,000 Lost. The Bank of Tennessee, as we learn from the Nashville Banner, recently ordered from its engraver a new sett of Bank notes of various denominations with red backs. The box containing these notes were received a few days ago, but none of them have yet been put into circulation. - On Monday a ten dollar bill, red back, without signature, was presented at the counter of the Bank. It was a genuine note; but as none had been issued, suspicions were aroused, and an" examination of the contents of the box, which bad not previously been opened at the bank, disclosed the fact that notes of the de nomination of ten dollars to the amount of $40,000 had been abstracted. None of the other notes were disturbed. The box came from New York in charge of Adams fe Co s Express, and it is thought the notes were abstracted on the steamboat between this city and Nashville. The person who presented the note at the Bank, stated that he ob tained it from a "neeTo who had cur- chased goods from nim to the amount of 95, and received $5 in change. The appearance of the negro indicated that he was a' steamboat hand. The community should be on their guard against these notes. The bank will not issue one of the ten dollar red backs unless the whole 40,000 dollars are re covered. " Z3T The Boston Transcript thus de scribes the recent eclipse of the sun as it appeared in that city: "ine eclipse oi the sun took: place at me precise mo ment indicated by the astronomers, con clusively proving the accuracy of the Boston standard of time, and the cor rectness of the calculations. The sky was overcast at the beginning of the eclipse, but at intervals, and at the pre- j cise moment oi ine greatest ooscurauon, the sky in that, part of the heavens be came entirely clear, and the phenomenon could Je witnessed without the aid of smoked glass. At tne period tnat toe two bodies reached the annular point, the scene was sublime and beautiful, the ring was perfect, presenting not a single riser of fire, bnt a series of rings in all the colors of jhe most brilliant- prism, more varied and gorgeous than any rain bow we ever witnessed. After the breaking of the ring on the sun's upper rim, it was seen only occasionally, thick clouds constantly passing Tjver the two bodies, entirely obscuring them. At the close of the eclipse the heavens were entirely obscured. During the greatest obscuration there was a considerable diminution of light, a slight fall in the mercury, and a gloomy aspect was im parted to objects on the surface of the earth, like a sudden twilight. Thou sands ongratnlated themselves that they had even so good nn opportunity oT witnessing the phenomenon, after so unpropitious a day. . -; Bate axd Mcbdeb. We clip the following account of a most brutal out rage from the Memphis Enquirer, of the 8th: . -, We are deeply pained to announce the ocenrreaee,. in Marshall county, Miss.; near Chulahoma, on Saturday last, of one of the most wicked and nefarious deeds of which we can possi bly conceive. The retribution, how sver, was as fearful as the deed was dark 'and damning. On Saturday . . . . . . ii i morning, the wile oi a respeciaDie plan ter of Marshall county, (Miss.) left her dwelling and went to the field, near tne house, for the purpose of seeing to some of her domestic arrangements, when she was seised by a negro man, belonging to her husband, who was plowing in the field, and her person violated in the most unhallowed manner, bne was men choked to death. After the occurrence had become known, the neighbors pur sued and overtook the villain with bloodhounds, and disposed of him in the followinff manner: After suffering the dogs to handle his person for some time, they hung him. The lady had been recently married. Torture would have been too lenient a punishment for the scoundrel. EXTRAORDINARY SURGICAL OPERATION. John Bala, a lad 15 years of age, of i n r;t- i.,i ' AUGt!UIII It j i uau . t.11 1 IV. BUUIV VIA months ago, an injury on the right leg by a fall, in consequence of which the whole shaft of the bone bad become de cayed. To save the limb. Dr. Walter removed last week, while the boy was under tho influence of chloroform, the main bone of the leg from the knee to the ankle, by extirpation. - Incredible as it may appear to the non-professional, that a limb could be saved and be made useful, by the re moval of the whole of its main bone, still, experience has taught that new bone, will be rapidly regenerated in childhood, and that the shape, length and usefulness, of the limb, will be preserved. This is a trial of modern surgery, thus to save a limb, while it is a blessing to the afflicted to be restored without mutilation. The boy is doing well, free from pain, and his recovery appears to be certain. PitUburgk Jour nal. ; XirPcjfcn the paper, not the bev eragecommenced its existence in a little tavern at the back part of Drury Lane Theatre, London. The bar-room of said Cavern was frequented by wits and templars, possessed of more brains than money, who imbibed the landlord's puncb, and in return therefor cracked jokes and talked as only punch can make a mortal do. The landlord, thrifty of his wit, thought it a pity that so' much humor should be lost to th world, and suggested the idea of a pa per. "What shall we name it?" was the question. The landlord settled that by pointing to the punch- bowl, saying: 'The child should have its father's name.' So was born immortal Punch For a year it had a hard time,' and then the bantling was sold for 100, to Bradbury fe Evans. Since then its ca reer has been prosperous statesmen, and mountebanks fearing its stings, and the best writers in England con tributing to its columns. Exchange. FoBTrsVB Changes. On the 10th of April, 1848, Prince Lonis Napoleon acted as a special constable in the streets of London; on the 10th of April, 1854, as Emperor Napoleon III., he ratified in his palace of the Tuileries a convention of alliance between his own and the British government. Liquor Ikspbctiok. Maior Wall visited our liquor establishments, on Wednesday and applied his tests, with various results. Some was found pure spirits, and a good deal of miserable stuff. We have heard some dissatisfaction expressed, as to the mode of examina tion, at one of the' worst establishments in town. It is said that the liquor1 was brought out in a glass, and pronounced pure. Whether the various samples producedcame all out of one or several not known to the Ripley Bee. The Portsmouth Journal, under the head of traditionary sketches, pub lishes the following account of a model jury of the olden times: About eighty years ago a man came to his end by a casualty at the Isles of Shoals, and a coroner from .Portsmouth visited the island to make an inquest. Twelve jurors were summoned from those who were first met with, and di rected to sit on the body. They went into the house, and soon some of them returned, and informed the coroner that he would hold but star. They were again instructed and sent in. They re ported that he was drowned. They were again sent back for further investi gation. In due time, they returned with the report that they had notched on one stick all his good deeds they could find, and on another all bis bad ones. The latter numbered most, and therefore they gave their verdict that he had gone to the wicked place. One of his good qualities was reported to be, that he could carry a can of flip at arm's length around the island, and not spill a drop. Nbbbasba Exgitembbt. At the time of our going to press, we learn there is a great excitement raised among the border Indians fronting the Platte coun try. A delegate was after the Deputy TJ. S. Marshal, we understand, yester day. He has also received direct orders from the department at Washington to proceed immediately to the territory and notify all settlers, not licensed to remain there, to leave at once. If not, by being thus notified, he is authorized to call . upon the commanding' officer at Fort Leyenworth to furnish him with a sufficient force to remove them. He will visit the upper portion of the coun try in a few days. Be patient, gentle men; you will all have an opportunity to go over there shortly. Weston (Mo?) Beportir, May 25fA. . - Mexaxcholt SorciDE iA Wabbibo to Yotroo Mxb. A friend writing us from CircleviHe, under date of June 8th, gives the following graphic account of the suicide of a young tady named Fullee, who was living with a Mr. Brown, in Darbyville, Pickaway coun ty. Portt. TrtmM. A rnnnir Indv. livino with a Mr. Brown, in Darbwille, drowned herself, . . . some young man had' been paying his addresses to her for some time; on that day he sent a note to her by Mrs. Brown, advising her that he did not intend to marry her, and was about to leave the place. She read, and exclaimed, "My God, what will become of me!" She crossed the street, passed through a house without noticing the family, rush ed np stairs where the false one was at work, and caught him round the neck kissed him said she had come to bid him a long farewell. She then ran across a field, and plunged into water fifteen feet deep. A man ploughing near bv. supposin? somettinar was wrong, ran after her, but only reached in time to see the bubble where she had sank. She was taken out in about two hours. "The young man fled to escape the . ' - -1 - j i .i : indignation of a deeply-sympathizing community. He will, no doubt, real ize that be cannot escape the bitter re collection of the irreparable wrong done his unsuspecting victim." tW The John B. Gordon, the only boat that ever ascended the Scioto River, to Chillicothe, O "still lives." We no tice that she got aground a few weeks ago in the Desmoines river, and they got her off by rallying the neighbors and darning the stream below, till she floated off; a novel idea. Davenport, Iowa, Commercial. A company at Chillicothe are build ing a small iron steamer, calculated to draw about eight inches water, and carry twelve or fifteen persons, to run on the Scioto river. They expect to launch it the 4th of July. Cut. Atlas. -tTrft TT Extols Satist actios seems to be given to all who make use of ST ABLER S ATiO DTJfE CHERRT EXPECTORAXT and DIARRHCEA CORDIAL. At least such is the assertion made by some thirty odd of the most respectable merchants of Maryland, Vir ginia and North Carolina, who states that they have never known any remedies to be ao ef. ficient as these in the diseases for which they are prescribed. This, although very gratify ing, ia not singular, when it is remembered that the recipes from which these medicines are compounded are in strict accordance with medical science, their component parts careful ly selected from pure and unadulterated drugs, and approved by hundreds of experienced physicians. For Coughs, Colds, and diseases of the lungs and throat, the Anodyne Cherry Expectorant is believed to be nnequaled. while the Diarrhoea Cordial is the best remedy know for diaeases of the bowels. See descrip tive pamphlets, to be had gratis of the agents. Price for each, only 50 cents, or six bottles for $2,50. E. II. STABLER a Co.. Proprietors, Whole sale Druggists, Baltimore. J. a P. A. Sahxs, Gallipolis. Jobs D. Pabi, Cincinnati; J.II. Pattebsos a Co., Wheeling; R. E. Sixlxxs, Pittsburgh, wholesale.- June 15, 1854. Strange Development. . Scientific Tien are daily bringing to light new Inventions, and the March of Progress is onward; persons Bald, or becoming so, will be pleased to learn, that Science and long re search combined, have brought before the Pub lic, the greatest Woxdeb or the Age, in the Article of EMERSON'S AMERICAN HAIR RESTORATIVE, a sum ccbb for Baldsess and to prevent Haul vkox Fallixo. See Cir cular to be had of the Agents. Price $1,00 in large Bottles. Sold by Bailet & Magcet. and J. if P. A. Sakss, Agents, Gallipolis, Ohio. C. E. FISHER Co., Proprietors. No-. 57 Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio. June 15, 1854. 3m ICTDr. Hoovlato's German Bitters prepared by Dr. O. M. Jackson, are justly reckoned amomrst our most valuable medicines. In canes of dyspepsia, it acts like magic, streujrth ening the tone of the stomach, stimulating the digestive powers, and giving ruddy health to the cheek and brightness to the eve. There are thousands in this community who can tes tify to their virtues andthousands will' here in er una uiMir lesiimonj. June lo, IBM. 3m MARRIED On the 1st inst., by Rev. William Morris, James C. Tate to Miss Mart C. Sibsob, both of Wi gerville, Ohio. in for GALLIPOLIS MARKET, Wednesday, June 21, 1854. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE & CO. Flour, $8 00 0 Corn Heal, 65 Wheat, 1 50ft0 00 Bacon, 8O10 Corn, 50 Coffee, sack, OOfall Oats, 35 N. O. Sucar, 4 to 5 Flaxseed, 125 Loaf do., 1012 Potatoes, 4)1 M u Molasses, 22 Onions, 40 Rice, 50 Dr'd Apples, SWiTia Peaches. 1 ) T.tlyson. as to 75 Lard, keg, 8V Imperial, 50 to 1 00 Feathers, 45 Ganpowder, 50 to 75 Rags, . 3 Bar Iron, - 4 to 0 Ginseng, 20 Nails, 5 to 6 Beeswax, ' Lara uu, J uu Butter, 12rf Linseed Oil, 90fl 00 Eggs. 7;Whikey, 0020 Cheese, ' 68K Red Beans, 00 Chickens, 1 00 1 50. White . 0 000 00 gait, per bushel. 37l CINCINNATI MARKET. June 17, P. M. Flour. We did not hear of a sale of Flour to-day. The market remains quiet, buyers manifesting no disposition to operate. Gram Wheat has declined to 91 40 1 45 1) bushel. Oats 40c. Corn 53c. JNothing doiag m t revisions. . . Groceries Sales of 20 hhds low fair Sugar, at 3c; 44 bags Coffee at II c. Market inactive. . -.'"'' Wool Market quiet, we continue our quotations Common 25 27 30 33 35 less. 7 , -. i ' Fall Blild Unwashed will Mr. DOCTORS STRIKE. VTHEREAS, the prices for medical services 11 in Gallipohs and the surrounding country have always been and now are much below what ha beea charged for similar services at all other towns on the river, and as the prices of every-thing necessary for tfca support of our families have nearly doubled within the last few years, rendering it impossible for HI to make any-thin? without a curie ponding in crease of prices lor medical aerricea; There fore, - Retohtd, That we will adopt the following P J?d-"OT?!Te!J iruvei ueu pt uicsn in ai iim. ao wiioeav whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names. Prices—Charges in Town. For single visit, in dsy. For two visits, in day, For each succeeding visit. Prescription and medicine in office, $1 00 1 50 50 1 00 8 00 Accoochment, Depletion and extraction of teeth in office, 50 Vuit in town at night. 1 50 Detention in ordinary case of sickness, per hoar. Detention in Aecouchment, after 4 hours, per hour. Consultation, 50 50 00 Country Practice. Visit, prescription, medicine, in day, per mile. Visit, prescription, medicine, in night, per mile. $1 00 1 50 Add in consultation, $5 00, and per mile, 1 00 Aecouchment, $$ 00, beyond 4 miles, per mile, 1 00 Detention, after 4 hours, " 50 Prescription and medicine for gonorrhcea, 10 00 Prescription and medicine for Syphilis, SO 00 O. W. LTVE8AT, M. D. D. C. BATHBCBS, If. D. t. MOBBIS, at. D. JOHN BANKS, U. D. J. H. C BOM LET, M. D. ELISHA MOBOAB, at. D. J. SHALLCBOSS, M. D. June 8, 1854. NEW BUTCHER, frm, ?V The subscriber respect-, fully informs the citizens I of Gallipolis that he has commenced the BUTCIIEKI'Ci BUSIMiiSS, and in tends in future to supply the markets regularly with the BEST MEAT that can be obtained. He intends also to keep a constant supply of choice Meat in the lower room" of Greenwood's buil ding, on Second street, for the accom modation of those unable to attend the Markets. Also on the wharf-boat for the accommodation of steamboats. Having employed Mr. George Ex tard, of Chillicothe, an experienced Butcher, to assist him, he is determined to be surpassed by none. Give him a call and be convinced of these facts. XSTHe is paying the highest market price in cash for good Beef Cattle; far mers having any to dispose of will please give him a call. June 8, '54. GEORGE IIIBBEN". ESTATE OF RICHARD SMALL. NOTICE is hereby given that the urt dersignedjiave been appointed Ad ministrators on the estate of Richard Small, late of Ohio township, Gallia county, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make im mediate payment, and those having claims are requested to present them duly authenticated. JOHN E. SMALL. Adm'r, MARY SMALL, Adm'x. June 8, 1854. 3w TO THE PUBLIC. ON the 25th of May I was arrested by officers in Gallipolis, like a dog, without a writ or any authority, Upon the charge of drunkenness, and taken before Wm. S. Kerr, a Justice of the Peace, and fined five dollars and costs, which amounted to nine dollars and seventy-seven cents, and imprisoned 24 hours in the county jail. My object in publishing this is to inform the public that the matter, so far as the Justice of the Peace, Wm. S. Kerr, is concerned, has been settled to my satisfaction. This officer has acknowledged that he was rather hasty, having been waked from his bed and not bavin? read the law sufficiently, and has refunded the amount I paid at that time. MARTIN RATEKIN. June 8, 1854. 3w LOOK HERE fpnE subscribers are receiving and I iust ODenin? the larcest and best I CT o T . stock of variety goods. Yankee Notions, gold and silver watcbea, ana tbe bnest stock of Jewelry ever offered in this market, all of which have been selected New York with care, and purchased cash, which will enable ns to sell them at reduced prices. Call and ex amine our stock. No charges for show goods. BAILEY & MAGUET. Gallipolis, June 8, 1 854. ORANGES AND LEMONS FOR a few days only at HEXKING fe CADOT'S. June 1, 1854. Summer Resort. THE undersigned have fitted np a SUMMER RESORT on Gallipolis Island, where they intend keeping du the warm weather all kinds of re freshments, such as Ice Cream, Mineral Water, Lemonade, Root Beer, Cigars, Fruit of all kinds. Melons, ece. The of order will be preserved. Ar rangements will be made to accommo date pleasure parties in the handsomest maener. JNo Liquor of any description be allowed on tbe Island. The fer riage both ways will be vkee ferry landing just in front of the dwelling of George Mitchell, on the Galhpous side. Boats will not be permitted to land on tbe Island except at the ferry landing. . L. W. THOMPSON, J. W. BALiltiC'luiJ. June 8,1854 far 'vr-v-VilL : I v SEW ORLEANS AT YOUR BOOR. New and extensive- shipments of Gao- cebxss just receivea ny IIENK1NG 5 CADOT, TiER steamer "H. Lewis," from Ke Y Orleans, which they offer to the citisena of this place, country merchants and farmers, either by wholesale or re tail, at a small advance over New Or leans cost Among the articles received are 50 hhds N. O. Sugar; 75 bbla prime If 0 Molasses; SOhalfbbls do do 10 bbls sugarhouse Molasses; lOhalfbbls do do 10 bbla Loaf Sugar, double refined; 5 do crushed Sugar; 5 do powdered do 60 sacks good fair Coffee; 20 do prime do; 10 tierces fresh Rice; 1 0 baskets best Olive OH; 5 cases Sardines; 5 casks old Cognac Brandy; 3 do Claret Wine; 40 boxes - do' 10 do Muscat Wine; 10 do assorted French Cordials; 3 casks best Port Wine; 5 bbls White Wine (Haut Sauterne.) N. B N. O. Sugar in half barrels for family use constantly on hand and for sale low at HEXKING fc CADOT'S. April 13, 1854. SOMETHING NEW IN GALLIPOLIS. CI HAYWARD & SON would ci O the attention of the citizens of Gal lipolis and surrounding country to their NEW FURNITURE ROOM, immediately back of the Public Square, in the building between Messrs. J. fe P. A. Sanns' Drug Store and the United States Hotel, where they hare and in tend keeping on hand a general assort ment of all kinds of Furniture, Chairs, dsc., which will be sold at the very lo' est rates. Please call and examine be fore purchasing elsewhere. S. HAYWARD fc SON. April 13, 1854. 6m PAPER HANGING. JOSEPH SEVESTRE haa engaged in j uie i aper Hanging uu.nut.-wB iu viu polis. Having devoted considerable time to the business he flatters himself capable of executing a nuat job. Per sons havinsr need of his services will please give him a call. April 13, 1854. 3w ALE! ALE!! A. LE by the barrel and half barrel for sale for cash onlv at HEN KING & CADOT'S May 25, 1C54. NE Million Fish Hooks of all sizes for sale at HEXKING St CADOT'S. May 25, 1854. 0' lines and. hand lines just received and for sale low at HEXKING & CADOT'S. May 25, 1854. 1IGARS fe TOBACCO. A fresh J supplv just received and for sale at ' HEXKIXG & CADOT'S. May 25, 1854. DRY GOODS AT COST. FEW more left of the same sort at MENAGER, BLACKFORD & A CO'S. April 27, 1854. NOTICE. AS agent for Mrs. Sarah Goddard, I offer for sale the corner Brick build ing formerly occupied as a store by J. P. R. Bureau, with 25 by one hundred and forty-eight feet off of Lots'No. 17 and 18. Also three Lots fronting on Front k Second streets in the unimproved . Lots next above the Court House. Also fifty acres of land on Mill creek. Terms one fourth in hand, one fourth in one year, one tourth in two years and t . one fourth, ia three years, all bearing interest from date. Reference can be made to A. LeClercq. ' tUWAKll iNAKET, Agent. Buffalo, Va. May 25, 1854. of no NEW GOODS I lrom tne tast at tne iew J Store of S. T. Jb R. Lanaley. Se cond spring stock, all of the latest styles and at the lowest prices. Call and see them, no charge for looking through Come on Ohio and Virginia, you will get the worth of your money. May 25, T 854. LOTS FOR SALE. ONE Lot fronting on Second street, No. 165, and also one Lot on Third street, No. 166. Both well situated and dry. They will be sold in half or hole lots. For particulars enquire of V. A. (JLBHnlKBH. May 11, 1854. NEW GOODS. MRS. REGNIER, having iust re ceived a new supply of Goods, takes pleasure in announcing to the pub lic, that they will be disposed of (by Henry Regnier who has charge of the store I unon the most reasonable terms. Among which are beautiful styles of Lawns from 6 to 1 a cents per yard. Calico from 6 to 10 cents per yard. An other dry goods in proportion. Also a good supply of Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Hats, Caps, Bonnets and every variety of trimmings. Also Boots and Shoes of every site and kind. All of which will be sold as cheap or cheaper than they can be bought elsewhere. Please call and ex amine. .. t - May 25, 1854. 1 10 and low best on of Clay acres trees, stock low ie the the in bank, shop, 0IO. W. CASTU. . " ZSJ. COOS. RALSTON'S PATENT Threshing Machine's. rpitS subscribers have under conitmc JL tion a number of th above Ma chines, and art prepared to fill all or ders. Th advantages this Machine has over all others yet introduced are: 1st It will thrash more grain ink given length of time with leas power. - 2d. The simple construction and du rability make a very important item to inexperienced hands. 3d. In the Chaffing Riddle, it being; made of perforated sheet iron, so there is no possibility of choking in damp grain. . 4th. In elevating the grail, after" be ing separated and screened, it is car ried by elevators to a top shoe, and the second operation of fanning, and dia charging the white caps, dee., back to the eylindar. 5th. In the open straw carrier so there is no waste. 6th. The advantage of attaching the tumbling shaft in three different places, on either side or end.' Also common Machines made to or der. Particular pains taken to select the best materials. . Castings constantly on band. Be pairinsr done at short notice. Gallipolis, Ohio. Mar. 30, '54.-5m . ' THIRTT packages of fresh Mac 1 ere, anc kinds of Lake Fish in barrel", half 1 and all bar rel and kits, just received and for sale at HILSKISO CADOT'S. April 27, 1854. MARIETTA MARBLE WORKS. F. A. Whixxkb. . Wiisob Gabdbsb. WHEELER fe GARDNER, . ' (srCCKSSOBS TO J. D. LBOWABU.) Shop on Putnam, street, betvetn, the upper Perry and Court Haute, QAVIXG recently enlarged and increased their facilities yr doing all kinds of work in Italia ob Am mica Mabsu, would in cite the attention of the public to their estab- lisnment. , MOKUMEXT8, CB50TAPH3, SLABS, AO., . Of every description oa hand, or made to or der and set np in every grave-yard or cemete ry ia the couutry. Those who hold sacred the memory of de parted friends, and desire to embeh&h sad) beautifv the spot where their mortal remains are deposited, are requested to examine aped- mens of our worx. e nave maae arrange ments to procure regular supplies of the cele brated Ritlaxb Mab-ix, direct from the quar ries; and having in our employ some of the best workmen in the country, we hope to give entire satisfaction, both in price and the style and finish of our work, urucrs iroro tne coun try will receive prompt attention. WHEELER if GARDNER. . April 27, 1854. ly Stoves! Stoves!! l HAVE just received a large lot of Stoves, some for wood or coal, and very heavy; alao a supply of wood Stoves of new patterns, and warranted to be made of the best hot blast metal. From my long experience in the busi ness and my acquaintance with the principles in their construction, my cus tomers can rely on getting a good Stove and at as low prices as Stoves can be purchased, at either Cincinnati or Pitts burgh. Thankful for past favors a con tinuance is solicited. F. MATHERS. " April 6, 1854. LEOPOLD M0CH, MBBCHABT TAILOR,' Ai the old stand of Harry Frank, WOULD respctfully inform the citi zens of Gallipolis and surrounding country, that he has just returned from market, with a very large assortment new goods. He haa m his employ one of the best Cutters in the United -States, which enables him to say that he can warrant a good fit and general satis faction. He also keeps constantly on hand a large quantity of Beady Made Clothing, which will besoid cheap, and mistake, for cash, or approved Coun try Produce. Give him a call. April 27, 1854. 3m.' BBLS. Clover seed; 6 do. Timothy Seed; 3 do. English Blue Grass Seed; 1 bushel Osage Orange Seed, just received for sale at FORD DROUILLARD'S. Feb. 16, 1854. COAL MINERS WANTED. 0! NE HUNDRED Coal Miners eaa find constant employment at the UNION COAL MINES, six miles be Elizabethtown, on the Ohio river. This is one of the healthiest loca tions on the Ohio river, and affords th accommodations. The highest wages will be given. U. X. MUHAJittAt, April 27, 1854. Superintenden- . FARMS FOR SALE. A x abm in Jackson county, VTr ginia, one mile above Moore's Mill Mill Creek, containing 120 acres, GO acres which are improved. Also. 320 aeres two mHea np Raccoon, in' township, Gallia county, Ohio, with 140 cleared, bO ia grass, with a barn, two log bouses, an orchard of 80 good bearinar apple a good spring of water, and ie tbe best farm for the nm money ia the eounty. Also, 1 will sell my fcome rarm, two miles oa. Raccoon ereek, in Gallia eounty, contain ing 4e0aerea, 300 acres cleared land. There a rood boo, barns and two orchards on Farm, and well set with grass, and upon, whole is as good a stock farm as any ia the county. Also, a aix acre lot below Chamber's Kill, Clay township, Gallia eounty, on the river with a frame house aad blacksmith and very suitable for a mechanic. For terms, enquire of the undersigned. " , . - JAJJI3WSCS. Jlsj. 4, 1654.-3a . . -