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benville. This will occur Dot later than the
beginning of next Autumn. ' Kropi section 26 to aeciion 41, inclusive, th work is principally light dirt excivations and fillirgs, and a good deal or progress has been made upou it. This part will be fin ished by the time the next section (42) in completed. On section 43 occurs a tunnel through the ridge dividing the waters of Co notton and fJillwater. It is 1400 feet long. Fosters are the contractors. They have been working steadily at the approaches, which are very heavy, and are now nytrly ready to diive the tunnel from both ends. They promise to de'iver it to the track-layers by the first of June. From thence to Coshocton is nearly a dead level, and the work upon it cin all be finished by the same time. . Steubenville and Coshocton will be con nected by railroad in less than a year at the very outside. We are not advised as to the progress of the work on that part of the road lying between Coshocton nnd Newark. Front the Journal of Commerce. General Pierce, the President Elect Messrs. Editors: I observed with pleas ure the respectful notice you recently took of our honored townsman. General Pierce. 1 take the liberty to add somewhat to the no tice, in conformation of its justice. General Pierce never sought the office, but always seemed to flee from it. He re signed his place in the United States Senate, ! and declined the offer of the office of Attor ney General from President Polk. 1 ears ago he was urged to return to the Senate, but he sternly refused. He might have been Governor of his State bv the siui plo expres sion of his wish or willingness, but he always talned a greater circulation than any similar turned a deaf ear to the s uggestion. 1 once I periodical ever issued. HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. TUB FIFTII VOLl'MC COMPLETED. . This popular periodical has reached the end of its Fifth Volume, and has already reached regulnr monthly issue of more than 100,000 COPIES, and i still rapidly in creasing. The Publishers liave endeavored, by a well-directed use of the abundant re sources at their command, to render it the most attractive and most useful Magazine for popular reading in tbe world; and the extent to which their efforts have been suc cessful is indicated by the fact, that it has at- Fresh Goods by Bail Eoad. f-nrr,rv ? Encourage Home Interests. We would remind our readers, who are on the look out for the best, lmn-somest, lar gest, and cheapest paper ever published, that they can find it in the Columbian St Great West a mammoth weekly Literary and News paper, neutral in politics and re ligion, published at Cincinnati. It is deve ted prrtlculaily to Western Interests and by means of telegraphic dispatches, is able to give its readers all importaut news sev eral days in advance of ohe Eastern papers. It gives full reports of all the leading mar kets of tbe country, and a great quautity of everything that makes up a first.class family Journal. It offers the following extraordi nary premiums to every new subscriber, whether . in clnbs or single, Ten of the monthly parts, (all yet published,) of Dick en grcut novel "Bleak House," which wil' be completed in the paper; the "Western Kecruits, a tale of Border Times," by Mrs Duraonl; and a copy of "Miriam or the Mys tic Tie," a domestic novel by Walter Whit more. These premiums at the Booksellers' lowest price, would cost more than the sub scription price of the paper. On Ncwyear's day it will commence an original novel by Eliza A. Dupuy, called the "Concealed Treasure, " a uleofthe Spiritual llappings: to be followed by the PitoriiEcr of the Lost Son, by tv distinguished auhor. The "Columbian & Great West" has just assumed an entirely new and beautiful dress jof clear types, pleasant for the eye to rest upon, and is unsurpassed by any other pa per published in the Union. We say by nil menus sustain the Western Press, TERMS. One Copy 1 year, $2,00. One Copy C months $1,00. Four Copies 1 year and one to Agent 6 months, 5,00 Eight Copies 1 year and one to Agent 12 months, $10,00. Thirteen Copies 1 year find one to Agent 12 months, 815,00. T'tuty Coppies 1 year and one to Agent 12 months, tf 20,00. Address W. B.SII ATTUCK, Editor and Proprietor. Or E. PENROSE JONES, Publisher, Cincinnati, Ohio. Specimen copies will be sent on nplicn-jtkm-poat to iho publisher. J3T Pe-ter Kauffiuan, of Stark county, is spoken of in a la e S:ate.mun, as a candidate for Lieutencnt Governor. - For the Democratic Sentinel. Ma. Allkn: In the publication of my Discourse, I perceive that some errors have oc?uried which to tome extent affect the iense. And as you have kindly given room in your paper to the disoouree itself, I pre eume you will not refuse to publish a cor. rcction of the typographical errors which from some cause lrve .appeared in It. Errata. Sentinel of 17th Nov. 1st col umn, 3d paragraph, 5th line; for "offer de feat" read "suffer defeat." 4 par. 24 I, heard him say in private conversation, that he never would consent to be a candidate, even for the Presidency, if he should he re- coming year, The new volume will com ipiired to go on an electioneering tour, and i mence with the December dumber. The make speeches; for the office whs entitled to i number of Pictorial Embellishments will be honor, and should not be degraded in the i increased; still grater variety will be given eves of the world. to 'ts literary contents; and no labor or ex- General Pierce, like Mr. Webster, hns a ! pense will be spared to render it in every Liver Com plaint; JACNDICE, Djrpep, Chronic or Ncrvo-s De bility, Ihse-ses ot like Kidneys, and ail dine an a riving lrom a dimrdered Liver or Sumach, aucb a constipation, inward piles, fullness or bio,! to tlie bead, acidity of llie stomach, nausea, heart-burn, dis gust lor loud, f ullness or weight in the stomach, sour eruptions. Finking or Muttering at the pit ot thj sioin JL'8TrweivlalotofBTSTnWoouSHm-is;! eh, swimming of the bead, hurri-al and Uillieull also a lot ol "12 X rents per yard de J Junes. Prints i breathing, Muttering at the heart, elwlung or sulfoca and olher Goods, hichill I sold at reduced prices ting senium when in a lying posture, dimnekS ol l,y 8. &. H. McFADDEN. j vision, dots or webs Ik-tore the Mght, fever and dull JJ. a Wanted 200 bushels ol Clover .Seed, lor which 1 pain in the bend, deficiency or respiration; , ) - ilow the hehost price in Cash will be given. : . Uv skin and eyes pain m the wde, back. Cadiz, December 22, ltd! S. & U. Mel' . ctisi, nuius, etc., sunueu nasnes oi nr.n, uuiiuii. in . - - ; ;t.Hh,roiiKtanl itiitiiriiiingof evil und gnatdepres- kitli I -"Pllf Wlit-tffl' Pioiief M.!rils,canbt.etfeciually cured by 1. Homf- C. M. JiU'Itnon, at ihe German Mtduain M ire, lit, Ar.hslrcP. 1'liiludclplmi. Their pow. " over tlie above diseases is not excel led -if t.piallo.1 '' ny other preparation in the I'. Suites, asiho cm 9 .ittest, in many cases utter ck ill ut physicians had tail d. 1 lu-se timers are ori!iy nit did iiinni ui nnn-iun. 81,000 A YEAR. deep reverence for God, and sense of the van ity of all world y things without his favor, and the hopes of immortal lire. Many a time have 1 heard him expatiate with clo uuence and solemnity, in confidential inter course, on "the vanity ot man as mortal, reading m-uter of a better quality, in a moke and the dignity and support which religion ; elegant style, and at a cheaper rale, than gives to him in the conflicts of life, and at its j any other publication. close. Happening to meet with him at his Subscribers in any part of the United Stales office a few days after his nomination, he may now receive the Magazine bj mail for ANTED in every county of the United States, active an eiitfrpriMiiji men, to enenire in tlie sale Sneeiul PiT.irla will l.o m-,1 lrr ;,, of some ol the heft BookB published in in? country, i , . . i i 11 , i .I'o ni"n ol jtimm! nddrrf iKwsesMini a Pitiiill capital ol still moreinterestin;ana valuable durinjrtbe ! from 'j to slno.surh inducement-, will Ikm.isIti das j to en.iMe. lie into make from to $10 a day profit. ' fy'llw books pulilished by us ariuill uselul in their i charueter, extremely ptpular and oininanil lnr;;i ; snb'S whi.TeVi'r ttii y ar ollcred. l'or lurtiu:r partieulura address, fpofltant pnii,) DAMEI. & tJETZ, Pnrce?pors to W. A. Le-.rv & Co., No. 13f , North Jocund Street, Hiiladelpliia. Decemlier 22, 18 2. U M! VurU.I.. A" M . Ct t til IT I J. . M L- m lit- rUrt I Another Scientif c "Wonder I , CHEAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! r o Lf niirUTrH!"5 V Uit. If a Cs IIUUM'' wia 15 T'l way, and in all its departments, still more worthy of the extraordinary favor with which PTfl it v,o 1.... -,..,:...t i th lino IIXUUUU. . .-., r. 1 . II I . 1 , ,r ( OMMiElL, new and Well selected iiAitrtii a iEw iuoxTHLV jMAAzixe owes PADLOCK REVIVED!!!! I its success to the fact that it presents more remarked with a seriousness and solemnity ! which deeply affected me, that when the news of his nomination leached him, his first thoughts rose up to God, and he never Jell his need of His aid nnd guidance as he did at that moment. I could not doubt his sin cerity; for his earnestness and sensibility were such as you could expect onlj in the most religious men. During the canvass he has remained qui etly at home, daily walking from his house to his office, or else attending his business in the courts, or occasionally making an excur sion to the nit untit'ms and lakes, or to the seaboard. With more gentlemanly dignity and exact propriety he could not have borne himself. 1 met him on the morning of elec tionday, as the crowds in the town and over the country, from the Atlantic to the Pncilic, were hurrying in to deposit the vote which decided his destiny. But he was cheerful, colloquial and courteous as ever, and appa rently the least interested in three centu a uumbe?, or thirty-six cents a year postage, either of the Publishers, the Book sellers, or Penodi :al Agents. Each Number of the Magazine will con tain 144 octavo pages, in double columns; each year thus comprising nearly two thou sand paoes of the choicest Miscellaneous Literature of the day contain numerous Pictorial Illustrations, ac curate Plates of the Fa hions, a copious Chronicle of Current Events, and impartial Notices of important Books of the Month. The Volumes commence with .the Numbers for June and December; but Subscriptions with any Number. I Terms. The Magazine may be obtained ! of Booksellers, Periodical Agents, or from 1 the Publishers at three Dollars a year, or Twenty-five Cents a number. The Semi annual Volumes, as completed, neatly bound in Cloth, at Two Dollars, or the Muslin Cov ers at twenty-live Cents each, are furnished by the Agents or Publishers. Five Vcl- TO m i i i .ZV stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Cnrpen ter'Haml biiinlcr's looli- rtZi:: nnil i.interiii . nnil nl kiml4 lit H:iriKe:irp. Bi ;J" 1 .1 f .r , i, ,! cheaiinesa. ui.st receiv ing ai the n'ti ol the fill ji.ii.i IiOCK, at tlie old stand of Welch & I'hillijis's, opposite the public BuildiniM. which will be sold fort'.usli lower than ev er be fore offered in this place. Carpenters, Uricklaye.rs, Glarksmitlis, Saddlers, and all kinds of Mechanics, and also those who wish to build, art invited to call and see my st ick, which will always be kept complete, anil sold at as low rates, afl can purchased at tiie Kiver. I will always keep on hand, as well as a general stork of Hardware, a complete assortment of Nails It. J. JSfci.;vii.J 1 . iiwiwhjoir ereut virtue. in the rcciiikuiiouolui us of this liwr and lesser triuntls, exereisin;; tin most 9 arclii:iL' power. in weafci ess and atf rtions in the dii;i -blie' o-ga'ia, lluy aru withal, s.ite, certain and plenum. Head ami ba convinced. From the "liosto.i Ljc," Tlie editor said, l.Vc. 2-2: "Dit. ll'Hinaxn"s Ctj.Kur.ATFn Gi:r.-1 LirrtRS for the cure nl liver roiiiplaitits, jaundice, il R psiu. ner vous debuitv; is deservedly one ot tlie 1110 i pupuiur j medicines o'f the day. Tb'.-se hitlers h ive i.v-n used by thousands, and u frbnd at our elbow says iW has . Imnsi'li received an etl'eclual cure from use o- this I remedy. Wv are convinced thai in Uie use ot Uk se bitters, the patient constantly frains strength and vig fweSa or, a fuel worthy of great coiiaidnrution. Th -y are . I ..i .. i.. n ,..i ,.,. I... -.,1 1,1 1ST- iew llools .nnd Msocs T. PHILLIPS & SOU Hi "AVH now reci ivei! iheir seeieii! lot of I'l iiiu-r Hjois and ItiK-s, v. hich etn!ir:ices I nnd t HI K 5s M L'l 1 . (r.,i fJ U i .1 nii: style ami pialiiy in ihe Sio; traie ur l.aties .Mis- I sls' and ( inlilren's went: i.-:it".-. li .v-s and Uiilli'c' ll.joLs i,ii, Siim-s. '1 iia ik'ul lorpst'iHVois they re- I : sp -ctliiliy ;olicit n coiiii-iurinc of tiu sam-j from' llli,r u II CUH O'licrs. UK lis llmliv In tv i,:i..u t i.inw . - i niakt it cotivi :;ient to call. We keep constant1)- oit I ; luinii a general n-ort:itcnt of j,ir,T,i and i'aiicy , Ijeillller. mil. I.llil les. Hilulini's. Si and I irner ' Leather, Shoe Thread. XaiN, HeijS e. Also, trav ; eliiii;; Trunks ol every description, all of which w olb r to the public on th" i.m.it reasonable teriiis at our old opjiosite the Court lion:-. ! Aovemls r J, 1S.VJ. T. l'Hll.lill'S Jt PA. DIGESTIVE FLUID;- ."leu's WntUT KootH. ' .i . I t... .t ,l -t.'ie 111' t, tune now on n.oin reniiv lor sum. u nrsi-raie CHIIIS Wlill Hie IIIUM UCllCii,': BH'llimio ...... t. . .Oder any cireummance. We are speaking Iron, ex- , V a-s-irtmei t ol Me,, s ,ut Uoots. ecnsistitw .. w rienv,,, and to U.e alllicted we adv.se U.eir us, . ! - l'P"r. hij, d Call Ski... and our own mtiKC and r -Sett's W,., l,lv.",,nofil, best literary oaoers, wrrnt..o '. M:!''.1..1- v,' v t.., ...:n anil Jron. ttj-call ana sec .c.y iiusiw. ... , ,..,0-0.. iwen,ber If.. W-i. ntibi 'tiled, said All", ."i !,;. HooiL.vNp's CiiiBMAX UnTi;rs, manufactured by Dr. Jackson, rro now recumuiei. led by souiu ol the most prominent members ol the luc'iity; is an ar-, tide of much cllieacy in eases of female weakness. As such is the ease, wo would advise all mothers to j i, I, lain a botlis, and finis save themselves UK ch sick ness. fertouH ol debilitated constitution ;ll lind those bitters advinta;:eous to their iioalih, as wi Anow from expeiii ncc i.'ic salutury eilect they have apon wetik systems." Aloiti; K.VII.KNCE. The Hon. C. 1). Aeneline, may-, or of ihe city of (,'iiinilen, N. J., tays: I l l(s,n.A.N'.s Iieruan JJi iThS. e nave seen ma- C 'INSlSTlNi.' of Pntcni Leather. French Calf nnd Alen's Morocco, always on band, or made to order on the plainest notice, nt'tlie Boot. Shoe nnd Leniher store of T.HHU.irS&.rM ).N. i.tniFM riv:v shoes T)KKPAKED Coin RENNET, or the Fourth. ' umiach of an (X, utior dirccliims of the srreat I'nvi lolinxical Clienusi, ty j. c V, M. I).. Fbilaileiplim, l'u. a ttulv iviniderl'iil remedy fer In.lijcs1i in. Jysueiia. Jaundice, Liver Coniplair.t., Lonotipa 'l-tiilitv. Ciirin" nter xSature's own inetiioil, by .Ni tnre's own n;:.ni, the tejti io Jnice. fr Half a tetispoo.-ifiJ of I'miJi uft.l into ' iter, will lii-est. or disv! r im 1'oiuhU of Koaal.iJoel i:i aiio'Tt two hoors.e'it ot the Stomach! )V--,r. it tlia chief eicnenl, or Ureal D:ctin ' Principie of fhn (iastrio Juice the solveus ot Uiu Fsk, tbe Puril'viiiK, freservinir and rimui.itnt A-t'-iil uf the Stoinaeh and lntesti:ies H is xt.raeled from the l)i reslivc Ston.neh of tlie Ox; thus iormsig an ariiticinl f)h;eslive Fluid, preciselyMike the .t" , ural (iastric Juice in its Chemical powers, and tnr ' nisliiiifr a complete and perfect substituto lor it. hf , the aid of this preparation the paiiw and evils of Imli 'csiion and l)yspeusi;i are removed, junt they , would bo by a healthy .-"toinach. It is Uciiijf wonder : tor Dyspeptics, curiii" cases ot Uerniiiy, ttnaeiaiiuu . jNervous Decli hived to lie on the vere ysprptic Consumption, tip ol the grave. The Kciciitil- pv.,rr stvle nnd vnrietv. car, -islinir in enrt Ot ;.. t'v. i(l.... ,, nun w Inch it is based. IS 111 the llllinCbl ' ytine Indian f'loili.full and half (Jai' ars.l:ne f"ench d,.(rreu Curious and Koinarknlile. Morocco. Kid. Bronze and enameled l.-t'her Hoots. ; Sue.vi'ihi; Kvidilnce. Babos Lif.beo, in hie celc-' louhle and simj soird. A vty neat ini -ln of F'eiiclt hinted work on Animal Chemistry, says: "An Artt-. orocco. Kid. and Men's Mnro-co Walkinir f'ioes. , f,ci0l )iiretive Fluid analogous to the Gastric Juice, ! "l l(s,n.A.Nii'.s tiiiiuL.N jJi iTis. v e have seen ma- p. '. Hoots. Jenny Litul (dinners, F.xccl: iors, ( 111111 may be readily prepared Iroin the inucuou 1011111.- 1T?Er7'T, ATT Xr WiNTKR tM 11 1! IS' i uy nattering nonces ot tlut meuieuie, aim me source ; Slmfs, &c.,iust receiveil nnn tor an iv Urnae 01 mo oiomae.u 111 uiu in mui.i nXiWrJCIUAjCC WiiUatt,UWUlJiJ. f.om which tlievcnnii. induced us 10 make ii.oui.v ' ' T. PliiLLIPSoc BOX. ! li.dcs of food, such as meal ur.d ol'ct, will be soften respiiPlinsr its merits. I roin iiiiiurv we were p, .retta- 1 TT.fiiT,,.,.. atmm i ed. (Ii.ai.;,efl, ann oiceen, just in inc mm" " iled to use it, mid must say we louitd it ih.-ciIic 111 its lilr. 1 in they would be in the iluman St.omai:h." - uciions ujioii diseases of liiu liver and uigesiivu or- j NRW at.'! beautiful nrticleof Ladles" (him Ftev , Dr.'CoV'ti:, in his valuable wriliiiHS on the ''rhys- irnuM. lino tbe. tinvv erl',,1 intliienc. . if rls oootl Her- i f -.1 br. niepct firliele ever tiininitrieitireil. i i,,l.f nl' nii,,Htiln .:' observes ttlilt "a dilUlUlmon tn s.v ii. p-irFUir;rv AUK receiving the largest stock of Goods they ' have ever olfered to the public of Harrison co. ; the least interested in the proceed iiv's of the day of any man I saw. Before umes are now ready, bound. ten o'clock in the cveniue;, the telegraph I The Publishers will supply Specimen wires brought the result of the day's work to ; Numbers gratuitously to Agents and Post Concord, when General Pierce, whose office ! masters, and will make liberal arrano-ments is near that of the telegraph, remarked thfct he would wait lur no lurtlicr communication, but would return to his family, as Mrs. Pierce was ill. Late the next afternoon he was seen walkin"; coolly and deliberately back to his office, ns tlnni'Mi the night's in telligencc was nolhingto him. I met with him in the afternoon in the street. I felt a hesi tancy in taking his hand and speaking to him; for I ha.e a natural awe of men in high positions, and knew not how much the day's work had done upon him as well as for him . Buthc was himself still showing, it is true, 11 feeling of honor his counliymen had con fetr.d upon him; but Wsscxcitcmen and van. ity (for here was none) than ordinary mor tals in ljtin'r elected to the ollice of third se lectman. 1 stood in the presence of an indi vidual elevated to the highest office in the gift of man; but I saw only a man, an unas suming nni courteous citizen, with whom J could talk as aforetime. "Xihil hwiwni -itu ab i Ij," did 1 see, nor, will venture to say, will nny one sec. The Sunday following Ihe election, lie ap peared in his place in Ihe house of God as usual, nnd in the afternoon waited during ihe aclministrationofthe communion servioc, his lady biding an esteemed member of the Sou'h Congegat'tonal Church, and whose example and influence in the White House will not fail lo merit and receive the praise bestowed upon her most admired predeces sors in the same position. Uniting intelli gence and a strong mind with dignity .-grace," and every chnstain virtue, she is sure to win universal esteem, so far ns her dolliuale health shall permit her to min'de in so cieiy. It is the first time the daughter of a parish pastor has been elevated to this posi tion. In the evening General Pierce atten ded service in the same house, when an ad dress was delivered in behalf of an impor tant town charity mission for the poor during , t.. e,,-,;,,,. I,,- a,.i, i, i c..i,. . j. ,, p ., ,, . 'i i-u,i,ti i'iiuui. uuLii ,, ro but, juabUitu professed by -"professed,y."-8 par. 1 1. bath of Glel.a, pi akur , - , . . essenliiilly such, we trust and believe, the rest will be. with them for circulating the Magazine. They will also supply Clubs, of two? perons i at rive Dollars a vear. or Five wrsons at I county, deceased. I r,m ,l,,H..v .,,! l.,..... ,k., t .v... A. I). 1B.T2 '"o' , . . """ Docomlier 8,185! an uie lines, vyiervmen suppnea at i wo .Tr. r ;,,ni..,j :, i..,s vr . 1 1, i v i rs nnn iiie,i..irii. r jv lariio unu uuiin- tul assortment, at pricus nun usionianca every Our goods were purchased on the most favorable terms, and comprising English, Germun, French, In dia ami American Manufacture. Their stock being very extensive, tho most fasti.l- ious cannot fail in being pleased. The attention of the public is invited to ejaniine this magnificent siock ueiore purcuitMii eisewiieio. I in ix. tlcto her t. a ueaiinv couuiiion. ami von can mil uen ai.ee to ept lemics generally. This extraordinary n.e- T A. F. MOORE'S Premium Uotlnng Depot t? ; .milf:, .,, iAvi, .. wi r , ,, ilsl;1, ,. should in fact, be in every family. fVo other uiedi- Premium Clothina: Store. 4 T A. F. MOORE'S Premium CI 'A. the best stock of Wittier Clothing ever olfered in Cadiz low for cash call and see tliem. lie don't think it a hardship to show them. A fresh ; stock of cloths, winter dress goods, shawls, etc., just received. December 8, 1852. vous prostration is really surprising, it calms and strengthens the nerves, bringing llijni into a suite ol repose, making sleep refreshing. "If this medicine was more generally used, we are sntislied there would be less sickness us from the ttomach, liver and nervous system tlie itrcttt niujor- ! ity of real and imaginary diseases emanate, iluve i ii,.. ,., in ,, I In,,, ..,,.,,,;..,. , , 1.1,1 .,. h. "' can be bad at at. time by Mp? & i vim iiue quant!, ol Hie Oastnc juico is a pi-omurei.v ond till prevailing i-usc of Dyspepsia;" and ho fclaU l ,., tlil't "a illslirlL'tuslie't .-roiessur oi iii.iuietiio t.i IWISr' nn "(. ; doll, w!l wnsWretvatiii-ted with this cotuplniot, A NICE lot of Misers' Goat. Cilfan I Kip IVrnts tindiii.' everything t ' lo fail. hd recourse to tho ond Oum Over rlioes, -tow remly nnd for sale bv Gastric Juice, obtained from tho stomachs gt.-iiviufi T. rilTLUPS rt SOV. " aiiimala, which proved completely siiccesul." . - )r. Grai.aw, author, of tho fatuous work upon tinv ami niiriti Elias Lowmiller's Estate. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber lias been appointed and qualified as admitiisirator , on the tslulu of Klias Lowiniller, late of Iltirrison j Dated this HOlh day of November AiNJJKjiVV MIKfitst-l.li, 3u Adiniuistnitor. dollars per year, lumbers lrom the com mencemt-nt can be supplied at nny time. The publishers would giyenotice that they have uo Agents for whose contracts they are responsible. Those ordering the Maga zine from Agents or Dealers must look to them for the supply of the Work. itiTOur Indies, generally, we are pleased to notice, are adopting high-topped boots for winter and muddy weather. Buffalo Ecp. We would not be impertinent, but we should like to know how our friend ascertain ed this fact. Alb. Atlas. .inn titi3lnolia ill iLcm. at Cadiz ;iSoTtt. !M, 'W. JOHN M'CORMICK'S.- CHAIli MANUFiCTURER. vine ran proii.ico sueli evidence ol merit." Kvi lenee upon eviilence has been received (like the toreyoingj iron, all sections of tlie Umon in the last three years, and the testimony in its tavor, is, that there is more of it used in the practice of regular Physicians ot Philadelphia, than all other imsuums combined, n fact that cuii be eas ily established, and luliy proved, that n scieutilic preparation will meet wan their (jtiiet approval wiieii presented even in tins form. '1 hat this niediciiio will cure liver complaint anil ilyspejisiti, no one can doubt idler using it as directed, it nets spccitically upon the stomach and liver; it is preferable to calomel in all billions tliseuses Uie ef lect is immediate. They can be administered lo fe males or intums with reliable benefit at any lime. LOOK WELL To TIIE MARCS OF THE lit.NLT.VL. TIlPV f CAPES Boy's and Youth's h'oots, thirk'nnd h"i-! " Jvv.donlile and einirln sr.leil just th artirlo for j Winter wear now on hand ami reti-iy tor sale nv T.PHILMi'P & HON. 1 nil r.nitr.rS's siioi;1 I.TOfiETHER the best variety in the marl.et. V'-'ctable Diet," says; "It is a remarkable jaot in Plivsiolojiy, that the btoumchsot AnimaU, macerated in water,' impart to the tiuid the propriety ot dissolv ini; various articles of food, and of effecting it kitttl i Ariiticial Digestion of Ibem in uo wiseiliiiereutiro.u the itntural digestive process." - tfr Call on the Agent, and got a Doterfpuvo Cir r.nl;r, f fratis.j ivimx a large amount ot Scjenti! . . , , ,, . - , i a r . V..i,l. til.,.!!.., i.. ilni ,i 1,1,,'n Intfia iiT wil i rflot : can bo lound aline wen Known c.noisii".M. oi "t... , - - ' " ; - ;-'r i" VHll.r.Tl'st SO ot Kc.narkablo Cures, lrom all pans ot the tnitji , . -' - -' I Stales. 1.134 IfIEIt! j Asa Dvsprpsu CiT.rr., Dr.. HoTO'.iTnN'sPF.pst.thnJ T'lE hrt nr'ic!" of Tnmiiico, Cap" wl Madras ; produced iho most murvelous eH'eiits, in curing casci Hoot Morocco. Madras. If rush nnd Smith Ameri- j ol Debility, Emaciation, &rvouDec.Me, "d "ys enn Kin, llronze. l'ue nnd Green Morocco, .Striped peptic Cousuinpiioii. It is impossible to give the Ue Gont Bindinis, Pink. Yellow, Bins, Green nt-d Red tails oi cases within the limits ot this advert.semeiif, Linin Skins, Maroon Hoot Tope. Welsh T.i.-iiiL'". ! hut oiilhenticated Cerlthcatca have been given ot Arc. for sale wholesale or -etail at the Boot. Shoe Mid ' more titan 1 wo Hundred Kemarkrible Cures, in 1 In.-Lonth-r .Store, of 'j'. PHIIJ.IP.S cc SO.N. ndelj.lii-i, New York nnd Boston alone. 1 heart w nearly u t. oesperate cases, hiiii uie cuics wwiu ho. wh- have the written signature uf C. M. Jackso.n upon the ; fTWE best nrliclo of Red Sole Leather, also Upper I wrapper, nnd his name blown in tbe I wb.cu III! il' I ', ' !.....:......... ,f,nru nn, " inll III. I ,111 1L, jr. r I iljl'j suoscuoer w isnes loiiiioiiu nici"3iu,ii..,0 , ., - . , - , nn . ... ... i ,1 ..ml. .,..rllu tl,t I,,, bus on hand a lot of 1 "r 'lU ' . nd retail at the German Med- Cliuirs, made To order, which lie will sell cheap tor Cash or nnuroved Country produce, and that he still bottle, without I I J-euth-r sai l to bn the best manufactured in county, kept constantly on bant! ann tor sale nv the new Constitution is to be voted on by the people of .ho Sandwich Islands the present month. A new paper started with a view to the election advocates absolute free-trade, and gjves encouraging accounts of the commerce and business of the Islands. Jt-iT The man who "don't take the papers," reached town last night. He was much surprised to learn that Tierce was elected President. jt-ETGeorge Cantwell has been sentenced to fifty years imprisonment at St. Louis for the murder of his wife. continues to liionulhcturo all the different varieties of Chairs, Settees, Sociables, Ann-Chairs,, "small Chairs, etc., etc., at his old stand on Warren street, u lew doors south of S. & H. MxPuddcu's Store. Cadiz, Pub. 11, 189 j. M. M'CONNkLL. New Goods at A. F. Moore's. NOW oponiner at the cheap Dry Goods and Clo thing Siorc'the first urrival of Full and Winter Goods, wbich for cheapness, beiiuiy and durability ...,i,iw.t be mm mussed in anv citv ol ihe Union. A large and splendid assortment of Coburge and j French Mermoes, good nnd uliuap, at Cadiz, toept. ii, Ida-. ici.vl hrultE, Po. 1-iO Arch Street, one door below Siqth, Philadelphia; and by respectable dealers gen erally llirniili ihecnuntry. Piiici; Reih-ced. To enable nil elassnf invalids to enjoy Iho advantages ot their great restorative pow-jrs. ri.ui.ii iso'jtles il. ei:.v rs, T. PHILLIPS & SON. S. B. SH0TWELL, attob:;ev at law and soucitor ix cniNfEBV, (Mtli lliii'i isnii l i.iiul v, Oliii. ',r rn,ti,I nit U', xirl. rt, , I brft nMrilllllmnt. ' . is a ureal Nervous Antidote, and particularly rei'll to tmidency to Billions Disorder; l.iyer Coni plt. nl, Fever iind'Autie, or badly trrateil Fever and All", e, and the evil effects f Uuiniii;., iPinmry and oilier, rugs upon the Digestive Organs, after a long sickness Also, fur excess in eating and the loo free use of ai "teiit spirits. It almost reconciles 'Health wilh Intemperance! , ', 1 Dr. Uocutn 'N's Pi'i'sw; is sold by nearly all the ilca- lers in fine Dro.'s and papular Mwticines, throughout VVoosior. Also for sal Capiz. Oliij. by M'PKA.N &. KNOX, September laSO. $500 CHALLENGE! i. r . iiiuuivL a. P il 13 Jfl I UJfl mm STORE!! WHATEVER concerns the health and happiness I ol a pontile is at all times of the most valuable I iiiiptirumctt. i take it for granted tln.t every person will do all in their power lo save the lives of their I children, and that every person will endeavor to pro- i mole ibeir own health ill fill sneriliees. I deem it to ' eonliiii! to tne o piuion oi tno must celebrated utivsi ciaus, lire the primary causes of a largo majority of the diseases to wnich children unit adults are liable; it you have an nppetito contiiuuily changeable from one kind of food 10 another, bad breath, pain in the stomach, picking tit the noso, hardness and fullness of the belly, dry cough, Blow fever, pulse irregular, remember that all these denotes VV'orms, and you should at once apply the remedy, Hobensack'3 Worm Syrup. An article founded upon scientific principles, eom- to bis care in Harrison and tbe adjoining counties. lie is also ngeiit for the State bank of Ohio and others for loaning money. JttrOliice in Kilgore'sCorner. August 23, 18.Vi-lypd. , ' 1VI,'.:4 ntsnaeinl nnil nromnt n tt.mt inn tn nil Col Wholesale A .renin i',.r I 11,1.-. SiUI I1." .. rtrilir A lira I I Tt.,ti,ms i, ml ,,ll,er lr.t',,uti ,, I b.iuineui, en I rnulprl I tile I'lilted Stntoo It IS IirPDIH'ed in 1 OBll'a" Btld ill flUW I.TIll HIIU ll.' Jiese.ipuuu naiowi , ... Physiiuns. . . f rivute CircuhiTB for Jhe use of Physiemiis, may l olutiiiieilof Dr. Huuvditoi. or his Agents, deseriuing the whole process ol preparation, nud giving the an tborilies upon which the clal.'iH to this remedy are bused. It is not n secret retnt ly, no objeclions can be. raised n gainst it by Physician.' in reBpectabie sttui ditig and regular piuctice". Price, O.nu Dollar ,per llottle. - , , , " OCTGiisi.rvf. Tuts! Every bottle of of the Gettuinn Peisin bears tho Written signature of J.K. HOl'liH 'PtLN, M. l).,"Sole Proprietor, PliilttdelpliiH, Pa. Co-py-right and Trade Mark secured. Sold by all Dru- gisrs iiiJ Dealers in Medicines. Aoi;.Nfs. John Beall, Ccdiz; Hening &. Meiyin, fcUeuheuvillj; 1. II. Patterson, Wheeling. ; March H, 183&-ly. - ... "where" "were." 19 fe 20 lines; "God in goodness and viadom." "infinite in good -jiess and wisdom." 2 col. G par. 1 1. "Phre- i I iiolay is to accomplish this atonement. ' 4Plr-i,ni)1n(rv id In ne.ennanllKh this willioi. .. aJ r . w the Atonement." par. last line, read . FOlT LER." Dec. Bth. 1 col. December 1st, 2 col. 3 "Verily, Mr. Fouler is a 2 par. 2 line. "Fidel ity" felicity" 2 col. 2 par 2 line. "The ology." "Phrenology." 3 col. note 3Jine "admissions" "Arminians." Dec. 15. 1 col. 3 par. 1 line, "wind" ''find." , 4 col. 3 line, "even changes', -'ever changes." 10 par. 21. "too strongly condemned." 3 fe 4 1. "In a great many instances, men give themselves the wounds they feel," But Mr. Fowler's sweeping cou tcliMion fce." ' lid sn,! . trnoe Qrati Charge against the Presidkkt, NVrt!.l. Tj t.-l- rn -I r 1 . T.,.. .r win inw or xriuune, oi lasi j'Jiuay, ... yiey to minains re Charge of tlie greatest import a - f vlrtnej ;alst President Fillmore, in relation to the ! " taeoval of Mr. Kwbank from the office of yim Iwy'simissiooer of Patents. The Tribune LhM n ( that the publi? ha9 been eDt in isrno- !nd the lie of the reasons for this singular remo- ctulttii'at the Vert tail of tho present adminis- we breast on, except -that rumor was nllowed to &m oreast toute it to "mcanacit"." "churlishness." rnntwhtrnn the nnrt of Mr. Kwtmnlr Tho ed. painii,,,l)f the l'ribune pronounces these char ftMJ il'"fil8e, and says the real reason of his lR w8" WBS" "Bec?u,e would no! consent hooiM,--yiiA (Its Public Money in his charge on a afl -i,W favorite of the Presiilent, in viola . jufjtW law." this is certainly one of the !the city, "yst ehnrges ever brought against a jublivf cooV,erlof the United States, and if the :nad-UutttheW'arje8 not give a false covering to the boys, and evils jhich it adduces in evidence, theie is 'rutny foroijrner'sjok for Piesident Fillmore.---tfation- ,11 if be tits ,', h, perhpyjeetirag House Burnt; ,' tfu0 iSf aturday night the' 1 1th instant, Pe " FSL1 T(Oainpbellite) Meetinij House, aitu- twMb fraSt0 wnship, Carroll county, just kk iBirU KvJ3 Jeffr8ft county line was consu lt ii "i"T. It is supposed to have been " r Ira. ' The, Tlllihlfn.r nr..r ohmd nno dtWlt'i dollars, nnil hn? hoen tai.ilt h..k a TiiK enickehboceer magazine. EDITED BY LOUIS GAYLOIID CLARK. tly bi Jul 1- . It wag in good repair. Slew A J ina body k-Wtisement in a newspaper is urn; .i v, t'i.afj wtticrcontinuaiiy spreau faw in your "rocks, and try h n ; f ive Prm, ' Tub number foi January, 1853, ivill be the lirst of the forty-first Volume of the Knickerbocker Magazine. Since tho prico of subscription has been l-educcd from five to three dollars a year, the circulation ot the Knickerbocker has been increased nearly four to one. In many places ten are sold where there was but one before, and through the year it has been steadily incrasintr. It is now offered as cheap as any of the Magazines, all things considered. The Fudge Papers; by Ik Marvel, Author of the Reveries of a Bachelor, Dream Life, iScc. dec; The Sequel to St. Legcr, of the Threads of life, by Richard B. Kimball, Esq., and Meister Karl's Sketch-Book, by Charles G, Leland, Eiq., will be continued regularly, unless interrupted by the absence or illness of the authors. Rev. F. V. Shelton, Author of Letters from up the River, etc., will be a regular contributor. Filz-Green Ilalleck has engaged to fur furnish poetical contributions from time to time. The best talent in the country will be en listed, nnd no expense or effort spared, to make tha Knickerbocker more than over deserving of the first position among our original American Magazines. TERMS. Three Dollars a years; strict ly in Advance there will be no deviation from this consideration. Two copies for S5,00; Five copies, and upwards, $2,00 each. Booksellers and Postmasters are re quested to act as Agents. Those who will undertake to procure subscribers will receive favorable terms. Specimen number will be sent gratis on application, post-paid. INDUCEMENTS FORCLUBING. The Knickerbocker and Harper's, Grahams's or Gedey's Magazines will be sent one year for (ive dollars; tho Knickerbocker and Home Journal, or any other of tho two dollar week ly papers published in New Yo:k, Philadel phia or Boston, for four dollars a year. V U 1TUJN Ui' . FUST AlilS. The Postage on the Knickerbocker, when prepaid qurrterly in advance, will be only two cents per number. All remittances and all business commu nications must be addressed, post-paid, to SAMU..L HUEST0N. 139 Nassau Street, New York. At Louisville, up to Saturday last, 78, 233 hogs had been killed, and 34,900 were in pens. Prices were firm at $ net. SrKossuth says he has spoken some six hundred times publicly in Europe and Amer ica since he first landed on England's shores a year ago. jfSTDon't fail to read the Avertisements in to days paper. SCrln calling attention to Dr. Guysolt's Improved Extract of Yellow Dock and SarsapariUa, wc feel cmlideiit wo are doing a service to all who may be alllicted with Hcroliilons and other disorders oriyina ling in hereditary taint, or from impurity of the biood. We have known instances within the sphere of our acipiaiiitance where the most formidable distempers have been cured by tho use of Cluysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and tfarsapnrilla alene. It is one of the few advertised medicines that can not he Bligniatized with quackery, lor the "Yellow Dock" and tho '-Siirsaparilln" are well known to be the efficient (and at Ihe same time inoxiotis) agents ill the whole Materia Metlieu, nud by far thn best and purest preparation of them is Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and SarsapariUa. iKrHec advertisement- Tin: Best Possmi.E Kemsdy for CoNswirTiON! Wis tar'a lialsnui of Wil p Cherry is just the remedy that a pure minded unprejudiced man, thoroughly acquaint ed with every system of practice, and well acquuiiit- eu wun tne whole iVJnteritt ivledica, and experiencen in general practice, would recommend as the best possible remedy, for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asth ma, lironchiiis and Consumption. This remedy contains the extraordinary medicinal virtues of the Wild Cherry and the l'iro which are combined anil embodied in this article. Uy allien chemical process, everything deleterious or useless is rejected, so that what remains is tho most extraordinary and truly ellicacious remedy for all all kinds of pulmonary and liver diseases ever known to man. K See advertisement. dollar's worth of Easterp Slop .Shop Work is in his Store, iiothiim but what ho warrants to be of the best material nnd unrivalled m workmanship. Cadiz; Oetabur 13, ISM. A. !'. MOORE, 4 F. MOORE has procured tho services of four of Jr the best woikmeu in the West, and is happy to Buy to hi--' friends, that ho ii prepared to do better work than h done in any similar establishment in the cniintrv. he assures his friends that all his extensive slock of Clotltintt is rot up by niinself, and not one I pounded with purely vegetable substances, beinii per.- lecily sale wiieii taken, ami ueieriiuneii in all its in fects, and not leaving the system iu a diseased con diiiou as most advertised nostrums coiirjijsed of Cal omel for the removal of Worms, such us Jjozenges, Vei'mifu;;es,J&c., but 1ms periiirined most astonishing curus, and saved Uie lives of thousands, both old and young, who have been pronounced hopeless, incura ble, by i'liysu-iaiw. Keatl tiio following uud become sati-iied uf its eilicacy over ult olhers: Mokius Riven, N. J. Mn. N. Hoeexs-ck: This is tu certify that my child, lit years of age, having boon sick tor 5 years, was attended by Drs. Loper, Willis und Uisler, for n THE lamest and prettiest stock of Fall Goods arc ! i"X " v-nhout recoiving any beneht; when alter to he seen nt Wat. Hoau & Go's., where th-v !" to . as incurable, we went to j'luliidelpliia think it no trouble to show goods that have been pur- j ""d consulted one ottbe beit 1 hysician, her disease chased exclusively for eiisb, and with great care ill j "ill growing worse. It was ut this lime I was indu- N,., Vr im, Phi n, e bib n. to wb e i l ev auk t ie Cat to try iioocnsanva iv orm rvru p ana Biter la- DAGUGRREOTYPES. TTAVIiNG lately purchased a New Dugiierrcinji JL JLApparalus ot large tiituensi.ins by wlncli liKenor sesof any size can be laken, and that too in Iho best. 'in, I iiixt iiimriiveil Rtvle. 1 invite alt who llMVI. a my duty to solemnly assure yon that worms ac- j tnste fortlm tine arts t.i come and secure an imperish able likeness ol themselves or ol their friends. !o pnius or labor shall he spared to furnish tlierri will, good and correct likenesses. , KntirR satisfaction will always he given. y-' jVrsnns may have their likenesses put up inirtfck els, breasl-pius, or linger-rings, or in cases of ilitlor ent sixes, unci varieties of style, and from one dollar to live, according to the size, iualily, or style. JCrKootns uiuler the Republican ofliee. Cadiz, August 25, lSM.-ly. H. DAVIS. 1 AU1ES' DRESS UOODS.- XJn Rich Brocade, Ca- muleon nnd plain Silks, French Merinos, Cash meres, Delaines, I'oplins, anu evory variMiy oi run and Winter Dress t ioods that can bo found in this market. If you want something nice and fashionable call at JU11N McCUR.MlCK rf. NEW GOODS!!! Boots, n9 Shoes FliUfl. ' and Groceries! Poisomsa. Thousands of parents who use. Vermi fuge composed of Castor oil, Gulomel, etc., are not a waro that, whilo they appear to beneht the patient, they are actually laying tlie foundations for a neries of diseases such as Salivation, I.03S of Sight, Weak ness of Limbs, otc. In another column will bo found the advertisement of IIUliENSACK'S MEDICINES, to which we ask the attention of nil directly interested in their own as well as their children's health. In Liver Complaints and nil disorders arising from those of a billions type should make use of the only genuine medicine, ilo bensack's Liver Pills. He not deceived, hut ask for Hobensack's Worm Sy rup and Liver Pills and observe that each has the sig nature of die Proprietor, J. N. liobensack, as none else is genuine. SKrAnother Scicntili 5 Wonder! Important to Dys peptics. Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsin, the 'I'ruo Di gestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, prepared from Uen- nett, or tho fourth Stomach of tho Ox, after directions of Duron Leibeg, tho great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Philadelphia. This is truly a wondrful remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsiajtiundice, Liver Complaint, Consterpntion, and Debility, curing auer nature's own ngunt, the Gastric Juice. IJaiiipli lets eontuining Bciontilic ovi lenco of its value, lur uished by agent gratis. Soe notice among the mod ical advertisements. attention uf customers and every person desiring to purchuso goods at short profits. We have added to our usual variety, a good assort ment of Ready Made Clothing, which you will liud on examination to be much cheaper than purchasing material and having them made. Call And examine the stock. WM. 1I0GG & CO. Cadiz, October 12, 1853. BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, &c. THEsubscrilier,very thankful for past favors would respectfully inform Ills old customers and the pub lic generally, Hint ho has now on hand a most splen did assortment of Roots and Shoes, Sole and Cpper Leather, Calf Skins, Morocco Lining nnd Rinding, Skins, Nails, Tluoad; und almost every article in his line. Also Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gum Gver Shoes, ?,Ien's Rullalo Over Slices, all of a superior style, and will be sold on very moderate profits tor Cash, Hides, or almost any kind of merchantable Produce. SAMUEL SLEMMONS. N. II. Persons knowing themselves indebted eith er by Nota or Book account, of a long standing, will nleaso cull and settle up, as bhort settlements make long friends, and in some cases savo costs. Cadiz, March 10, 1852. S. S. lirttgs and Jfledicincs I. H. PATTERSON, No. 33, Moxhoe Sriti-irr, Wiikki.i.vu, VinotNii, KEEPS constantly on hand a lnrgo supply of mail dor, Indigo, Logwood; copperas, vciiitian red, grerfn and yellow chromes, red lend, Spanish brown, liluo vitriol, white lend, whiting, litharge, varnish, turpentine, Unseed oil, paint brushes, wliito-wash brushes, sash tools, etc. Sub curb, soda, saleratus, croam tartar, epsom and glauber stilts, nutmegs, clovos, ginger, inaco, pepper, alspice, cinnamon, liquorice, medicinal wines and li quors, perfumery and fancy articles. They are agents for Sellers' celebrated medicines, cough syrup, pills, mid vermifuge, Ht proprietor's prices ulso lor all iho popular medicines. All of which will bo sold ut tho lowest prices. Wheeling, June 2, lt)52.-ly. MARRIED On tho 30th ult., by Rev. T. R. Crawford, Mr. Eiiward Caktenthh, of I,ondonderry, to Miss Susannah Wiikhry, near Mooroliehl, Ohio. Pinal Accounts. NOTICE is hereby given that tho following ac counts have lieen tiled in the Probate Court of Harrison county, Ohio, for settlomentt Tha final oocount of Elizabeth Mitchcl, adminis trator of the estate of Peter. Ferrol, iloceased The account of John Ferrol, as administrator of the estate of James Ferrell, deceased. And the final account of John W. Cornell, as the guardian of William A. Cramer, ond M. M. Cramer, in their minority. And that the same will be severally examined and Sassod upon by tho undersigned on tha 20th day of anuary next. n. W. VEIRS, Probate Judge. Diceinher S3. 18M. - CARRIAGE, WAGON & BUGGY MANUFACTORY , AARON FORMAN thankful for the liberal pnt roiingH heretofore (intended to him, would an nounce to the citizens of Harrison, and tho adjoining counties, that ho is now better prepared than ever to manufacture to order Family Carriages, linrottclies, liuggieB, Gigs, Sulkies, and Wagons, of nil kinds and sizes, which ho feels confident cannot be excelled by any other shop in the country. Having a steak of matorinl that is really unsurpas sed, and having a full knowledge of the business in nil its branches, lie respectfully asks those who may wish nnything in the above line, to give him a call. His shop is in tho rear oI'Mr.Sleniinonii' lllncksiiiitli Shop, and nearly opposite the Cadi. Hotel, where ho may nt all times lie lound. Curtis, October fl. lHfiL CASH TOR HIDES AND SKINS. THE subscribers will pay Cash for Hides and Skins at the old stand of Sleiiiinons &. George, in Cadiz. They have, and intend keeping constantly on hand nil kimlsof Loaihor and Skins, which they will sell low for Cash, Hides and Skins, ttnd good Park, GEORGE & MOREY. Cadiz, March 10, 1852. Itake pleasure in recommend Ing tho above firm to the public as tho bust of Mechanics, and as having the best of stock on hand, and also a fair dealing men. . Jtespectlully, , B. SLEMMONS. king Iwo bottles she entirely regained hor health. Hoping that ibis willirovo a beuciil to parents whose children are similarly affected. 1 am yours, it, R. IIOWMAN. Hobensack's Liver Pills. No part of the system is more liable to disease than the Liver, il serving as a hllurer to purify the blood, or giving the proper secretion of the bile; so that any aciionot tlio I. iver elfecls the other parts of the sys tem and results variouy, ljver Complaint, .faun dice, Dyspepsia, &.C. Wo Fhould therefore, watch every symptom tlmt might indicate a wrong action ol the Liver. Those Pills being composed of Roots and Plants furnished by nature to heal the sick: ilame ly, 1st, an Eqrectorant, whicji augments tho secre tion from the pulmonary mucus membrane, or pro motes the discharge of secreted matter. 2.1. All Al terative, wiieh changes in sonic iucxplicaqlo man ner f bo certain morbid action of the system. 3d. A 'i onic; which gives tone and strength to the nervous svsiem, renewing health and vigor to nil parts of the body. lib. A Cathartic, which acts ill perfect har mony with l lie other ingredients, and opojatiiig on the liowels, and expelling the whole mass of coirupt Hint vitiateil mailer, ami purnyiug ma uioou, wiucn destroys the. disease and restores health. Tlie Tape worm. NEW CLOTHING STORE. "T7"E tire now receiving and opening at the Store V V Room formerly occupied bv Millikin & Grimes, Main street opposite the Court House, an unrivalled assortment ot ItlUDY MADE CLOTHING, consisting in part of double and single Over Conts, of every variety and style; Snck and Business Coats: Cloth, Cassimc.ro, Satinet, Tweed and Jean Pauls; Vests of all qualities and styles: May;ar, Mexican and lirush Hals, Moleskin Hats, extra; Pluflt-Japs, ol various colors and styles; Shins and rjnjrt Col lurs of all styles; Stocks and Cravats; Trunks, alises. etc., j etc.; which were made expressly to our order, of good material, and made to wear, alter the most approved j city style, and all of which we now olfer for Cash at THE sei(;rilers having associated themoolvcs in the booi. Shoe und Grocery business, have, on hand, and are now receiving a general assortment ot the above articles, which tin y Hill soil low forCa. lt or approved Couutiy Product;. We are also prepared to manufacture toord-ir, on phort notice, any tiling in Ihe lioot and Sluio line. We nsk our friends, to give macall, and we will do our best to pleasathem both, in quality anil price. You will lind our asuiblivh ln l.oii ilu corner opposite Ueull's Drti!' Starts, lcu bcrviUe sireet, Cadiz, O. JOHN PHlLUt'Sy Jmy 25, 1. FR A.NC1S H AMILTON. 2r'-tS4l we are very throng, but shall bo very glad to eeo you ait. Most resiectiuiiy, Cadiz, October 13, 1S52. WOOD j. SMITH. rCTAlLS, best iniike, constantly on liaml WOOD it SMITH'S. ROPES, lie This is the most difficult Worm to destroy of nil that invest tlie human system, it grows to almost in iletinito length, becoming so coiled and fastened in the intestines of the stomach, ollectins the health so sadly us lo cause St. Vitus Dance, Fits, etc., that those nHlicteil seldom if ever su.-pect that il is Tape Worm hastening litem to an early grave. In order to destroy this Worm, a very energetic treatment must lie pursued. It would therkfore he proper to take from li to S of my Liver Pills so ns to remove all obstruc tions, that the Worm Syrup may net direct upon tha Worm, which must be taken in doses of two table spoonfulls three times a day, these directionsfollowed have never been known to fail in curing lite most ob stinate case of Tape Worms. To Females. You will find Iheso Pills an invaluable medicine in mnitv coniplnints to which you are mbject. In ob structions ri ban-total or partial thay have been found of iiiesiiincble benefit, restoring iheir functional ar rangements to n healthy action purifying the blood and other fluids so effectually osto put to fliSht all conitilninis which onlv arise lrom fcnuilo irregulaii- licH, ns headache, giddiness, dimness of sight, pain in the) side, hack, otc. Prepared nt Hobensack's Lubratory, Philadelphia. Price 2'i cents. For sulo by JAMES MAKER, Wheeling. Dr. G. If. KEYSER, Pittsburgh. Agents for Harrison county. John llcall and Wood & Smith, Cadiz, L. A. Keiiuerd ami Wm, ly e, New Athens: twii Riissel. Jefloreom J. P. & S. W. Wat son, J. P. Flanner and John Rotnick, Hnrrisvillo; Wort t Gulshall, New Ruiiiley; A. r .Crosfcey, JNow Mar kei- Jns. Welch. Hanover: John L. Crainblett, Dcors villi-; j. Rriulenharlestoiit K. P. Manna,CniM Rouds, Tho. nas Smith, Froonort; E. J. Philips &. Co., Smyr na; Jiil.Sehrciler,MooreH dd; S.Honderson,Frank lilt; J. Si. ,. Toggart, Tippecanoe; C. 11. Thompson, Thompronville. Jiiiv 1. 18.'.!.-lv. ' ' rni mil l' SIoTv. wool KIuiwIh. all colors and iv.-rX d BNTUSM ENS' WOW of evwy Varwiy at iXttt WotJD fc.swnl'ii. t"-" tnu lowest prices. i The People would find it greatly to their advantage TT1ANCY' Silk Bonnois, beautiful trimmed i'o'itu't.f to givo us a '.mil before they purchase, iw we intend Jn Silkii, Riblious, and Artificial flower. To beltolti to keep the best general assortment, and give the i amounts to puralnrsing. 'I'o seen at greatest bargains in our line, that have ever before S. &. H. McFADDEN'S. been olfered to this community. . . I AIiP.5TrNC7 "lifree" ply." Lrtiwebs TauenieVTn As seeing is believing, just call ami "nminrt lor i jran, Veiidian, and Listing Crititig. Also, youiselves. J. J. JOH.NPO.X &. LU. hu,rs ,luts, and Kloor Clothing in go'.i't va.nttv, at Cadiz, Octolier C,18Vi. , S. &, H. ATcKADDEri' O Vit IF OB 18 1.1$ rl BSki.ti fS "Thn Lion roureth and the Seven Thunders utters : S. it II. McFADDF'S- their voices; he that holh an ear lo hear let Intii lieur." A. H. BURTCH HAS just received from the Eastern Cities a large and splendid Assortment of Fall and Winter Goods which he proposes to sell 20 per cent, hiwer than loriuer prices, he Halters nunsell Hint ins iiootis were brought on us good terms as any other house in the place, uud also when tho Slock of Goods i-.i jhe East were quite as full as at any other time this Fall. To my customers und the public generally, 1 would say call and set: if my assertions are correct. Jjadiz. October 13, 1H:.2. A. H. BURTCH. CLOTHS, Ciis.imores and Veslings, a splendid as sortment, at reduced prices, lit HURTCIl'S. JADIES' BLANKETS, Woolen Yam, Lamb's Wool" How, Hurl ski n Gloves and Mitts, and Comforts, at pri ces not lo be .rumbled ut. bv S. i. II. McFADDEN. Dress (ioods, a new variety, at BURTCHS. B()NNETTrimiiiings,agood variety, n.t HURTCHS. CJllAWliS, a good assortment ol Hay Slum Long k3, 'Shawls, al exueinely low prices, at Ill'RTCIPS. O W V O H 1) O i 4 LL of our old customers, (and tlmnks ha to them, i Xfor their iiftiiies are legion,) and as many more us Off BACJS prime Ro OilTeo. the best in towit,;for Wtlsale, wbolesalo and retail, by S.iSi H. McFADDEN". T71SH Oil, Pert Wiiie,Solc Leather, end Mtckervt J? for sale by S. St li. McFADDEN. Tha liuest article for the , toilet S. &. II. McFADDEN. Y AY WATER. lkuowu, for sale by Robert P. Finney and Wife, vs. John M. Jenkins, ot nl. Sheriff's Sale, nif virtue of an pluriesoider of sale 1J the Court ot Common Pleas, of Hnrnfin conn Partitim. " itsueil out of . ty, Ohio, nud lo me directed, 1 will ofiisr fur Ma nt the door of the Court House, in Cadiz, on the 17vi 4uy of January A. D. 1!;3, between the hours' of 10 o' clock A. St. ond 4 o'clock P. M.. the toll witig Real E-tate, to wit 1 lot numbered ono hiiiidrmi hud tLfor their names are legion,) and as many more us j lourteeii, in vViloon's addition to the Town of Free- em! in any wise make it convenient. I ho more tbe j port, in s.ntl county appraised at t ,W. i. merrier. The more customers we have the cheaper Also, that Lot in Freeport, known as, the ptihlij we can olfonl to sell. Two dollars worth sold at I ground lot, with the fine new tavern house,' stabling, ten per cent, profit, is better than one at twenty pur I -c erected thereon and being, which wss s jd nmlor cent. '1'liisis our plan, many goods and short "prof- j an net of tho Legislature of Ohio, nasned in lM3j,'.for itn. the bendlit of School District No. :2, 'in J-'reepoit Welisvo thebest WintcrSlock wpevcr had, n gen- j twonship, to T. P. Jenkins, nnd U -inrai-Aii' eral and almost univursal variety, tooteilious to emi-1 1000 00. .. s t ) morale, but not loo ninny to sliow. t ome m tlion, i tircnaso money to iw.paiu "n in linnd, 'i m ono Cords and Lines, nt WOOD Ai SMITH'S. GROCERU'iS, all kinds constnntlv on hnnd, nt WOOD'. SMITH'S. P. S. Wo take especial pains that our Groceries shall be of the lirst quality. W. & S SADIJlliiS, Bridles, flarness, &.c, of every kind, furnislied to order on the shortest notice, bv WOOD & SMI'l'H. CKPErf"BAGS, C"ariie't Crasii, (til Cloths for floors ond Tables, at WOOD & SMITH'S. VELVETS, fancy for children's wear, also rdl col orsof Klannels for children's wear, anil Trim mims, at WOOD & SMITH'd. ' UMIJRELTAS, at .". " - WOOD & rfl-PH'-V CLtiTHINfJ of all kinds on haiitoH'uriiisheil, or mntle upon tho shortest iioti.-t, nuj warraulnil to render complete satisfaction, by WOOD c SMITH. COFFEE AThTLS, f.rsiquuiitV.iiv"" ' WCKD&SMITH'H. QL'EENSWaITeIii sis,or aiiy wayrai" ' WOOD &, SMITH'S. SILIv VeTvet, Blaeli, rind in"polor, tit " WOOD &, SMITH'S. FiNRFamlly Flour, fresh at nil limm, and a -wlieel Wrowta lend, at i WiKIl) i SMITH1 J. WM. UOiiJ .COM. S in two vi'araivu!i iutorest. .I VMES BOYD,' Shoriir'. ij year with iiilurosl, and Decmiiher 8, 185-2. Administrator's Sale. ON the 17lh day of January, A. I), BH, at 1 o'. cliK-k P, M., on tho pnnnuw , in the town of New Kninley, liar. eo. O. will bo '.,,id lo the highest bidder, the tallowing real estate nd tliA nrojinrty of Ell Roaor, deceased, to ivi': The east half of lot numlior twenty-lour, (21) nnd the west half of lot number tw.mtv three, (3) : ilnn, A U the town of New Riimley,' . lis couniy of Irrison and Suite of Ohio. Sui ttw i loij spe.-ais., j at li'tl each. , " . ,, , i'ujir or S;i,e One-iiiinl cash in hand, halluinw oi iwa cqunl nnntinl iinvmenw with itiU'rrst. 1 J At'OB G li'l'SH A LL, Admiiitrator -Docenilior 8, 1W.W. of Ell Roser, decea wdj McCue'a Oyster Saloon J , CKKiD frish Oysters Served np at all thnes.cl Mc J Ci-e's Ovstkr Haikin, eorit'ir of Main -nd Mar ket streets, Cadiz, Ohio. ' Families can be sorvtd at all times with either wholo or half cans. Publie patronage solicited. . ' 'I'tlOMAS McClIK, Cadix, Doeember B, 1R53. ' ,' Oysters I Oysters I ! OystoraU t MRS. DIVINE litis oikm! W Ovtjtca fWn-M, and is now prrpurml tu furnish tlysicr iti'tu best and nil styles, Uer tuli.u v.dl alw:'.y ho tomjil Indeixid wiih uli Uia U.xiim purtauuiit; i'i a.i (')': ; r Table. . ," t t .-.j, ,'.-' ; ... fr LidteaSulnari iy fHuir". , IH-sters nvriMhatl lor uaitK-s tm.1 privats fniin, uy lite cnu or uuu cnn. i..ll f -!.HHMr.t.