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5 1, NEWS ITEMS. i?Tlifr Were six liniiilict p 1 thirteen deaths in Cincinnati on MudJm)-, ix Lun jred of which were) ioker. - 3The llhine Law Las Wn m!opie J in WiAConaia, and declared uncimsiitulioual in Indiana. f?" ilany of the Democratic papr of Oliiu are out in favor of a aliort bes.iou of tL Legislature. lood idea. 1 he Columbian contain an ftdciress from the Sute Central Free Soil Commit tee, postpuiiiDj; tint call for a Stat Cuuvt-a-Uon in January to a future time. j X3TJ u Jjje tc gli. of Virginia, ha Jcei dd that stag anj railroad co.iipaiiiti ar. icspontib'e lor the bajci of the pusseij engers, notwithstanding notice " 4i've'r "all b igijae at the risk of Iho owner." 3Tewspaper are no Cjmrnon, that they are but "little appreciated. U.iza Cook ay "to appreciate their vahe, we have only to suppose) that they were to be totullj discontinued for a month." TAi Columbus, Mitts., a project has been atartcd to builJ a cotton factory with a capital of $3J,0U0. stThe debt of VirVtnU is 825.937.103 with a cputiiidjent liability it $3,000,000. The productive block owned by the State is 8 8,256.1 71. Jti'lie Jerri'ory pfilinncsjla contains 109,000 pOO acres. JHTltii said that notwithstanding the rumored invasion of Lvt-r C ilit'jtai.i, diuta Anna will embrace the earliest opportunity to sell that province to the Uni.ed iStatei, iu order to raise funds for carrying ou hi government schemes. . Tub Comiso Ya The year 1851 "ori gins and ends on i?diijay;'.iieri ' live months in 'he yeai that contain live Sun days each, and there are 53 Sand iy s itt the year. X3"We are but paseaers of a day, whether it is in u sUjje coauli, vt' in the im mense machine of tint universe. In (oil's name, then, why should wo not make the way as pleasant to each other as possible? Cincinnati, Dec. 21. The steamer ic hary Taylor, from Luwrenceburg for this city exploded this morning at 6 o'clock, at Tiiylorsville 3 killed and "lO scalded. Boat saved from sinking, the uppei cabin notmuc'u damaged. dandy, with acinar in his mouth entering a menagerie, whun the proprietor requested him to take the jeed laoni mouth lest he should learn the other mon keys bad habits. JtIn Alabama, tfye law exetnpis from execution, among other property, one hun dred bushels of iiui. 9 L'he present season has been the healthiest known in California since the dis covery of gold within her border. There is very little sickness iu any portion of the 8'nte. Ou the first of November, the weath er throughout the Stale was clear and pleas ant, and there was no prospect of the ear Jy commencement of thf rainy stastn. ifSrThe Territory of Mimiesotn is about four times the size ul the State of Ohio, ex tending over an area of lOG.OUO.UOQ ,;ciei .t7Tiikin the last censm as the basi ',ofthe c tlcnl uion, Hiidthere are at thy time about six htiLiJr -il million dollars worth of live stock in the United States. Their val ue exceds that of all the mantilHClutiug establishments in the country, and nl.-o xeveds th capital employed in commerce, .hotli inland and foreign. ItatoK. Do. 21. I'he Vhigsar exceed ingly troubled to find a candidate for mayor in place of Mr Seiiver, who declines to run. The nomwi iti.ig commit en held a long ses-' hiun last night, in which two dintiitgnUhed .citizens weie uomitiiited, but they refused to accept. JSTSenator Clemens has been invited to address a very Hard meeting at Phil adelphia. Iu a letter declining, he declares his friendship for the ailministratmns, says jthe tdminisiration, lite all others have com mitted some errors, but that assaults would ,bs in better taste from Whigs than Demo crats. The opposition Hards liavu caught h Tartar in "Jkhrv," . XSfAs will be 'seep by reference to its .advertisement thfc S. 41. It. K Co., intend runtiiiitr a train to Unionport daily, com mencing on Thursday next, (Dec- 22J,) We are not certainly informed hut we sup pose that a coach connecting will be form ed between there anj Cadiz. There ought to be, for to our certain knowledge that "Jordan is a hard load to travel over" just .now. Steu. Union JtSrThe Stilein Bank has refused to pay its Taxes To prevent Treasurer Qtunu from applying the Grow-bar, that institu tion applied for an injunction before the '' Circuit Court- Judge Levitt, we learn, has refused to grant it. The Treasurer wilj fearlessly discharge his duty. The tax a inounling to over four thousand dollar mtst be paid. The day is past when Banking in stitutions can fall back on their dignity and say to the people "we are greater thai jthou."' O. Put. X5PA gentleman, in Danbury, Conn , has invented a ball, which is so ' construct ed, that when duchnrged from the cannon or rifle, and strikes its its mark, ;t explodes and does a second execution with a charge f shot, contained within the ball.' , , i3TEdwurd fry has obtained a verdict of 9 10,000 damages against Bennett, of the New York Herald, in "a libel case. Th's . arose from some comments on an operatic performance. Rather a dear whistle. Cincinnati, Doc. 20. Three of the de fendants, in the recent Martha Washington case h ive brought suit against the proprie tors of .the Gazette and Commercial news papers of this city, for libel. The damages are laid at $t0,000 in each case. Closciib or IitNTUcKr Distilleries. .The Louisville Courer reports at least 5Q per cent, decrease in. Bourbon whiskey. In Harrison county alone the amount of last tear's distill Aion was about J 5,000 barrels. This year it will be pot more than 10,000. Tht Courier makes the encouraging infer ence as to the cause that thn people seem to be getting an aversion to the traffic, and a disposition to condemn those who engage in it. ..Nearly half the distilleries in the coun try hart elosed up, or been converted into other purposes. ; Qthers ' will follow the same course as sooa as the present : season is over."" ' " .' i'',,'r., , ,. ' '.: tWk country papr says;: "When you see a girl so weak that iho can't sweep her . seven-by-njne chamber, but can go and dance all night with the power of a locomo ,tive, inske tap youf mind that she is ot up', oa bad principles. ., The sooner nyou take your hat nnd depart, the better. ' Such sort of calico Jiu bwa the ruia of many a .m8D"-' ''-' '": . j " Natiosi.' i?fipTBp.-4 ,'Iatt Effendi, ,a Turkish poet, lias written a national hymn, in the stylo of the' Marseillais -a patriotic war ongK of coursewhich is stimulating Ihe enthurtiam of tha Ottomans against' the. Jtussians ts an extraordinary degree. This .Turk has heretofore not been supposed, to to hate much, of the cliaunling cherub a tout hira; but all Turkey is now said to be , sounding with the srtains of the nevlyiic Tiwji Mkuc-o TM Nt-w,biUan Deli i Jit files of Verv Crux irinn i La ii et fi J iiml . !l,..m whirl. 'it ii.rw ut. f.. 11. ;i..mJ of news. ....- . ! A plan was proclaimed in the city of G-1 sdal.jar. on the ITtli ull., ofurr Presi-1 dent Santa Asna to acctpt the Ai;!e of Captain Genera) of the Hepuhlie. s xank created while Lombardmi was Prxrrisjonal President, during the interval which tran rired nfter the abdication of Arista, and pre vious to the election of Santa Anna. The plan has been seconded by many of the States and cities of Mexico, foremost among which we no ne ihe cities of Mexico, Vers Cruz, Pueblaand Oricba. The latter place seconds the plan, nud L'esires that the l'res- ment snail assume the title and proclaim himself Perpetual Uireotor of the Hi pub lic. The city of Toluca adlieres to the plan, hut desires the President to assume the ti tle of His Hiyhnes, (Allen.) Puebla pro poses that he be called Elector of Mexico nnd Grand Admiral, Marshal General the Armie of Mexico, with the title of Hi: Most Serene Ili-Jjne.. Th plan of Guadalaj-tra was received with ihe wildest demonstrations of j..y in the r x, . , . .J ' , city of Mexico by a large mjoruy of tl e people, a si-gut sji.w oi opposition was made by a few. but the troops were imtiunli snel ordered out by ihe Governor of ihe Disuict. and their murmur of discontent were silenced. 'i'he Diara Official, ii speaking of live Acapulco mail route between New Orleans and San Francisco. Mates that recently the mail was conveyed by this route from New ( Irleaus lo San Francisco in tuelvi dmjt atid a hul We think this is an error, as nine teen days end a half is the quickest time we have heard of between this city and San Francisco. iTSTMadame jenny Lind Uoldchmidt ip peared in n concert at Dresden on tile 26'.h, ultimo, for the first time foi many months. One of her pieces, the Cradle Song pfTau ber. was encored. The critic of the Xrition- il Zeituuu says thafher v especially in the midd lonoer wi:at it once was." i,; "Bailie Peylou, our late minister to .Chili, and formerly of New Orleans, has taken up his residencs in San Francisco, lie has iormcda law partnership with Will iam Duer, formerly of this ci'y, nnd since recently consul at Valparaiso under the late administration. ttsrriie Jefferson Branch Bank lias np- piles to iiutige Lieavut lor an injunction, lo restrain the Treasurer from collectin" the Hi. u.cii-.t if ,, o . v 1 ,' ... , , , ,' lion, fcamuel t. V mton and Sherlock J. nnurews nppeareu mr me application and Col. G. W. M'Uook against it. The Court refused to Kint it. Stii Union t i i i. W'i'he Saturday Kveuliig M vl, edited by Geo. 11. (umIihih, and published bv It. 11. See, Philadelphia, is the best eastern paper that we .know of. It speaks its thoughts in a bold ti.pd fearless minner. It has al ready tt,-(ined a circulation of 3l),000, and only two numbers have been published. Terms S2 per annum in advance. DIED In Cadiz, on the 22d inst , Bell, youngest child of L'-wis nnd Ann Lew ton, n-.ed two years and .months. Aksa Sarah three fpHE greatou Discovery of tliii nga. 1'lanterB, 'JL Farmers, Families and othvirs can purcli isi? on rem.-ily eiju.tl to Ur TOU1A.S1 Veneii:ut Liniment or Dysentery, Chilic, Croup, Chrunie KhcuinaUsin, Sure 'niiiut,''l'o.)th-uc!ie, Alosquito Uites, l'ains in the Linibj, c wst. back, etc. iC it (JolS no; aive relief, th'? mnney will be refund d; all that is asked is a trial, and use it according to the dictions. It is nip English rei.icdy, nnd was ttsad hy Wil iiam the IV., lnte Kin j of England, and certified to livhlm. a ri curs for Itlieun.'ttlJin, when everything else ha I fuile-l, OVEIt 10,)0,(0 130TTLES Imvo been sold in t.ie (,'nited titatea, without a sliitjlo failure, nnd mauyliuve stated tlicy would not' 1" without it it it w is $11) per bottle, in cnnj of Croup, as it is as ceriiiiu as it is applied. It euros cholera, when first taken, in a f. w hours; Dycnwy in half an hour; Tooth-ache in five r.'in ules! it is perfectly innotent to tal.e internally, an' is recommended by the mast eminent 1 'iii-ricutis in ' the Unitnd Sttitos, Price 25 and 50 cent.' DK. TOBI AS could fill n dozen news,-apers with certilicites and letters relating to tho yt'onderful cures accomplished by his Liniment, htjt considers wnrrnnting it sufficient, as any person yfro does nqt obtain relief need not pay for it. Dft TOBIAS has put up a Horse Liniment in pin, bottles; which is warranted cheaper and better than any other for Cholic. Scrat'dies. Old Sore, Galls, dwellings, Cuts, Bruises, rtc. Price 5f cents. DR. TOBIAS' Olltce, '2 10 (iroenwiclj street, New York. For sale by Flemish & Brothers and Dr. Kevseh, Wood street, fittsbttri!. Aueots. John H:all and S Hamilton, Cadiz. M Jolley & co., New Market. Wilson &. Demins Mas Nrsvilli Brown & Bamhnuse and Wm.. Walters, tcew Magerstown. A Jul Schreiber, Moorefield K 1'hipps & co., Smyrna. aepi'S 18."31y. CADIZ PRICES CURRENT. C01IECIEII WEEKLY. CAD1C DLC. 28, 185? Flojjr , se.oow WsRi'f COR.V, ,,, Oats,.. Flax Ses, Ueato, WKr Timothy, CXOVERMvLD, Po t'ATOES, Omions .. .. ... DniKD Art'LEs, per feiithel,. . . Dried Reaches, li'TTEa, Cheese, .'. , Lard, Pork,... Salt,. . , .. . ..... . Eogs, hat .' Wood, Wool, Coffee,. Molasses by the bbl N. O. Sugar,... Fisu New .had, bUi.. Mackerel, No. 3, " , dp " 2, " " . Herring . " -" . , 100 Iwij 40.. 75 .. 1,1)0(3... .... 2,0Oia... .. ..4,50Crt)5,00 as.. 50.. 87 1,50 .. 15,-3.. m.. oVffiH 3,50400 ......3,00. .. m.. 8,00S. .. 2,00(2. '. !(S15 3tV337 6roi8 .........12,50 .........13,00 12,50 ......... 8,00 Execxitor'3 Not'ee. ATOTICE is hereby given tha. the subscriber has I ' been appninwd eXueulor of ths last will and testanurpt ol John Busby, late ot Harrison county Ohio, deceased. AtfliAfUM U BUSBy, Exec. ' Dec. 1, 1853, FIN E Teas for ftimily use. The best assotment ever by dec. 2153 WOOD and SMITH. T,liN K Tobacco, every kind at X' dec. 21 '53 WOOD and KMJTff- NOTICE. 1W (.WIJ?I) Wll II..Ut444.j 'X OkTlLE Of TU STEUHENVII.LE AND I.NDIA.VA i llAii.K.OAn CoMrAsr, Steubenville, Dec. 17, 1353. ''HE Coropauy inwnd running a Train ot' lssen ger and Freight ears between Steubenville and Union Port (Sec. liO,)-conKenuing on'l'ucwlny, Dec. a,tm. - - - ' 'TIME OFSTAUTIffO TRAINS, f T 5 ' Westward. Leaves btubenyjlle siution at 8 A. M,and2 P, M. ' ' , - ; ESTWAR.Returning leaves Uniorjporr (section 20) at 10 A. M. and 4 P. M., stoppiii it intermedi ate stations g jng ind returning. I . ' F A R K From Steiibenvilie to Unionpert SO cens nnd for any distance within tt)o limits of 3 miles not less than 10 cts., and over that distance at the rate of 3 cents perjmile, stopping only at tin following paints going and returning: ' .. f Mingo... Seetion 3 . - oouid's.: , tt, , ,r SVVest end........: ,' ' g" Stnitldield corssmg. " H Kned's Mill;.'. " " I t Bkwmfiahi. .k m .' .tfh IV17. t r Unionport ' t' ' ' -- r alienors are particularly etjti'e8 ta'piirehase their tickcu at tlie ollice bclori taking their te.u in he ears.. ' -. !.. A-..J i Fnr partisalarf call at tha Company's effid on Washington street, between 6th and 7th; r enquire of the conductor on Train at Unionport. . dec. 17-ft ISRAEL, FBMBERTfW, Chief Eng'r and SupU 8. 4 I. R. Co. Hoase3 & Lots for Sale in Cadiz. ' rptlE sj!ieTiliHf H-,r at rnvste mi ilim rood -I. .mdwinrmiM-MrfwflliMgh.nMrt.il .uu.biel.ir fmdiuni iu d taiiiuy, .it lurni-hcJ with pro r .ist Vuildin. wii-r ect , tw. of the ho-.isi m. w built. rice iow.ml t-rm rtMonable. Vic also otlcr lor alo l..ur r.auit building lots. All lh? f roprriy ii f jilnlfd on t.'ir di-pot Aq vf thr Town of C.iliz, .lid muit Ui3.Tnre iriLTCe nm lly in a!u. W(X1 Si SMITH, t.du, Dec. SI, 15J VR. LO COCK'S Pulmusiic loafers, t3 rpHE prral !1-ipmI Wieovarr of llr? SB". Tliii JL truly and most waaJerlul '.UeJicws ua. Won u;r.vlulr usbd la Kuropa i.ni Ama lor tu.uy Rr., and warranted to giv. iniinrtiku. rehel .wl ino.t upewlv cure lor lirouchiti. aor throat. Asth ma. L'tilda. iPiilmonarv e muoimn. .nil .11 Mf-Ctionji ofloi the Lunga mid ilreaih. counniuon u omii cured in iho lirst attu'es: .nd von ia ui woii ! staste.creat reliet msy u had. I are iuvaiu ible, m in twv hour tlwy remove .It ! hoar, i ere, the pjww J'J voice, nd enuble them to epe.k or u:ig clear autl dijli,,'c. io .! mister., smear., ami ruuiiu ohkh iucj ! Certificate iimEcv. Dr. Luckey To the .VlethodUl Church nd Iwr Mcrgy, and lo Spenkei. nnd .Minister gciiuraily: 'iho lollowing i...... nn.. f vour uncd. iujsI exteiisivulv known and gittcd WinKters, Kev. Ur. Luck, of iho Easl Uciicst. vonierciice, is. . I am h ddv to acknowledge lite stbstantiil ben elit 1 h.v. rrceivud trum tno use oi' llu. Iajcoi s's Ft LMONic Wiltis. 1 had a severe cold attended with nynijiionui of lever. The usuil remedies prescribed by my physician, kepi the lever under; bul ruy cough cuniiuucd alaruiiugly eevero and ob atiuuu'. The inoi uii suite ol uiy stomach relusini; the preparation the f hywciiin deeniud it neccssaiy to employ, my st'U procured . box ot Lococx's Wui em, and advised mo to try tlicui. Tlx; use of them gave inuuedmie relief.. Alter using two boxes 1 w; quite nsiored, which I h-ive every reaeon to believe, was the result ul their ellicacy. Vours, &c, Rochester. Dec. 2J; 'D2 SAMUEL LUCKY. 4. Voice 'rem the West. Vises.-., Ind.,Jan. 18, 1353. Ma. E.Taylo Sl, co.: DeauSiii: Havin! sold vimii- Piiimnnii' VSI'h:h for tha l:at L-ix months. I er voice has lost much ; ktnll briefly state unto you the unbounded success 1 notes, and is noiofl!" ra.mu in relieving t'ouchs. Colds and all dia- mn-temineiitClvriiVinen with entire satisiacti-in in every inslnncc. i necessary I could gelcvrlilicatKS emmgii to fill a vv.'ume, but they want nonu. as tliny will utdl without pulling r advertising. They need only to be uwed to make lliein Bell, tiend on more Water immediately. Kespocifully yours, . ClIARLlidH I'LARK, tlruggist, Vincennes. BEWARE! The rapid sale ol " ur. I.ocock's V'uf ers, censequunt upon th-ir world-wide reputation, has tempted hearties speculators jn the life and health of mankind, to palm oil' upon the unsuspect- liliS n wortUKt-B liiiiiauoii oi ur. i.ui uun s ah.h . I sure that you asa for Dr. Locors s Waters nnd Use that thenanie of E. Taylor, tits Propriotor be Iwritieuen ihe lopoi each box. JCTiNunc other can 'b ; genuine. Aoms.-Kellsa Si Caldwell. Gfncral A cents Jnlin tiettll and Mclieun nn;l Knnx, Cadis; 1 Lewis, Ueai galo- n; J V nnd 11 Watson, liar risville; Atkinson n. ' Kennard, New Aihuns;Thos. (ircen, Freepurl; S and A l agunrt, 1 i;ip5Canou; Jo!in T Crimblet, Doersville; A F Croskey, tNew "nfk'et; Win. Stinger, JelTcn; T J Brown, Mo.ire Held; E and J Fhijips, Smyrna; E Thompson, Thomp son's Tavern. December It, 1853 S3':oNI AUIJIV tl. H TALL AND WIJiTES GOODS, "ITfERE induced, owing to tho rapid reduction of V f tliL-ir stoclv. to go east unit rupiuui.ni utc.t inik nfUidxia. Thev are now recciviiia tho most extensive variety of Silks, French Merinoes, cash meres. B;i v State Shawls, t-ilk and Satin Bonnets, and olho-r iashionablo Lioods that lime will not allow to enumerate Those who want late and elegant styles of goods, at greatly reduced prices over early mirctiases. will uictiae etui, anu to sea aim is to buy. December 11, 1353. W anted. UF.D FOXbiCLNS, 'WOO Mink do lj'JO Rac:oon do lUOu Opossum do 101.1) Musitiat do Forwliclithe ltijliesl mark.it price wi'i be paid by Dec 14 1U5J b v't ri .Mcv Aliuc.M. Farm for Sale. Y WILLsel! on ths premises on WsJiiesday, tlie 1 I?t day of February, 1S5I, a t:irn containing Two t.'indred nnd eleven acres of land, situated in (ireen 'U'wnship, Harrison county, Ohio. Said farm lies lJi im!w south of the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad. Ui -niles north ot the contemplated Cin einnnti. W..iv,ivi'le and Pittsburgh Knilroad, 1 ntih north of the. Steuhenville nnd Cambridge pike, 9 miles from Cadiz, ai.i lit miles trom the village ot HoperWe. A plank rcid will be laid next summer from Uo-ieiiilo lo Wheetjng. Also a pla.ik road is now under pontract trom Si "ubeuville to itichiiiond. It is now contemplated to run a plank road trom Kichmond to Hopjdule, tbrouirti said farm, nnd in this way connectini; the Wheolii.'t and Hopedale ulanlc road with tha Stoubenville a.id Kichmond plank road. There is an excellent b,;hooi in the villaire of Hnnt.dale. Saul farm has about 130 acres of cleared und on it. 30 I' which is extra Bottom land. Two e.od orchards of chice fruit, a larae well-linished Brici.' house containing seven rooms nnd hail, a good well of water ou the porch, a large Bank Barn. Sheep house. Smoke house, Bee house. &.C. Said farm is all under good i nco and in high state oi cultivation. A good county road passing through said farm. Also on said day will ho sold 337 Fitfte Merina Sheep. Also 1 yolte of match work cattle, one span of young horses, waggons, plows, harrows, nod-all necessary farming implements. I'ayinente made to suit pur chasers with interest. S. P. JOHNSTON. Persons desiring further particulars will address, N. M. Johnston, iiopcdalc, i.' tu'rison county, Ohio. Dec, 11, l!i53. Xosic :y. T) AW and Spun Silk I: oes. Merino, Alpsqa I Worsted and Cotton ditto WM. HOtiLi Ii CO. sept VI 1.153 Final Account- ATOTICE is hereby given lhat the following ac Xl counts have been tiled in the Probate Court of Harrison county, Ohio, dor Kettuluiciit. 'i'he Final account of Dr. Willium O Smith as the Guardian of Lewis Baker, Jolniathan Baker and Elizabeth Jane Bnkor, Minors. Tho final account of Samuel Dickey, Executor of John Dickey deceased. The final account of William Fulton as Executor of Michael Urable deceased. Ths account of Koso AlcKeown Executor of the Estate of Aluxander McKcown deceased. And the same will be examoned and passed upon by the undersigned, on the 22nd day of Decem ber noxt. November, 20, 1853 B W VEIRS Probate Judgs. Basket Factory. 197 .Market Pqjare West stun, coit. mafketallet f MOOtNEY 4. BRO., manufacturer oUll kindsof XJf Willow and ratan ware comprising ululdrens wagons, gigs, cradles, ejiuirs, sleighs, farmers seed baket, marKet baskets; ladies traveling aud sewing baskets, round, ovul ai.'d square in outtless variety Also constantly on hand brooms and a great vari ety of cedar ware, churn, tubs, baskets. All whole sale and retail. Orders promptly attended to. Wheeling, sep2S 1B53-Iy . , SccoBid Arrival of icw Fall and Winter Goods. JOHN MCCORMICK, ; . HAS just received his second mock of New Fall goods, to which he would' anil the attention of his customers and the public generaliv. ' This Stock was bought alter tlie Fall trade was principally over, and at a considerable reduction trum prices of Stock's purchased parly in the season. And will ha s.)l(f at corresponding reduced prices for proof of this, the public are invited to call and examine, tho stock consists of every variety of Dry Goods Orocerics &c. and some new slyleBof Uoods not to be found elsewhere iii this Market, , , f tsniz, qv i:J. '.1.t -L. ilk "r 'ron'' "ow oiiitst, Fire Uratew t$JJJ nd casting (at sale jy Oct Ji, 1853 ',. . r..- : S & H McFADDEX BONNETS and Bonnet Trimmings, newest styles. French Morenoos, black and grsen very tine Embroidered and common Linen lie 'is. far Ladies. French worked oollnrs and under tioeves) a beautiful article, for sale cheap by -' " " ; . i nov30 SHOTWeLL & CRABS 1 OPERA (all wool) FlannsHs and Mantjl! frinct assorted colors. t?pt'.M .KJ W!f. IIOUU 4 C0- S. & II. McFadden Constmctive Notice. The Stele Ohio, Harrin Coenij-.' (.art ul couwuoa fleas, .ov., Clth 185J D. C. Sn!sbs.ry & Co. I ' i vs. Ua.e W. Cimcbell. rTMIEMiJ lsasc W. Camp'j. II takf Bjt;fe J. lual he has been su.-d by if. C. alsbury i. Co. iu tha Court ol Common 1'1-ai of H.rri-ii counry, lor Uvo huudreJ dollars i;ti iit-reM uieeon trom the K ven.h day of Oal., 153, .iu that unlr's he .uvwer by tlie 14th day ol Jjiiunry, A D. 1(51. 'l ac peUeiju ol tUe sail D. C. fn.J-.bury A.t.0. a c.nmt him tiled in tlie Clerks ollice ut dnii Court. ucu Pe.iuou will bs take a as tru .a' JaJfrncnt rendered accordingly. Witiw.ui) not J ana trie seal o: t:uj court tni 4lU day of November A D. lil i C11AS PATTfcKSON Clerk ofecurtof C'uru. I'itdt vi iiu. Co. J. A. EiN'orjiM Any. forPni'. ovcmU-r 3U, ldj.'-tiu Mary iianna's Estitc. NOTICE i hereby given tint the uu !?rsi?ned he bce-u apJiniea and c,caliie.i s l.x-c for on me estate of .vlsry Ha inn, I ci::! Cou ny, deceased. Dated etCsdiA this I ji dv ol D.-cember A. L. ltOJ. JA.Mt- ilA.:iA,J.., tleiator. Dect iubMr 7 '53. - Final Aceonnt?. NOTICE is hetrby given that tha following ac- counts has bean hl.d in tl. Probate Court ot nurriaon county, C'hio, lor settlement. i lie unal account ot Ann cuniungbam alias Ana Watson as eEecutiix ot bvu euouiusiutm, deceas ed. i'he first account af M B Adams executor of the iat will and testament Oi'l hotiuib Adanw, deceased. I nc llll accott t oi .ue.-ttnet i routs uuuttiuatfu toroi Aitcliael r'Fouis, deceased. And that the sauiu will be severally examined and passed upon by the undersigned on tho 3th d'ty oi January next. o W V i.liis, rrobale Judu. iJeceinbe J, 1,000 AGJENTS WAITED. -Iho White Slaves of England. JN'EW Dt.OJC bV.JOlIX C. CUbD...N. "As we have been great 111 ctiuie, lit us be early in rtpentunce. There will be a pay of retribuii.ui, Wlit rein we shall have to ivu an account of all the talents, lacultieH nud otoriutiilioe which have beuu intrusted to us. lit it not then appear lhat our superior power has be-en employed to oppress our luliuw creatures, and tiaiketl the creations i.l'our liotl." VVu.iBioittfE. , , tasTt.vrs. Chapter 1. General Slavery Dritish aristocracy Ciia,ier i olaveiy in itiu Uritinii mines, cli.tpter 3. slavery iu the Lntisli lactones. Chapter 4. tilavcry in the ilri.isli workshops. Uhaple-r 5.- 1 he wotkiiouse system oi unimu. Chapier ii. Kidnapping witiio meij tor slaves in iSuvui but vice. Chapter 7 Irish shivery. ' cimpter B. i lie lUemai slaves of Great Britain. Chapter y. .Ueutal uud moral condition oi the white bluvesni uiealiirituiti. Chapter 10. Coolie stuvery iu tho liritish colonitis. Clntpler '. 1. Slavery in Hutisli India. Chapter t. The crime and the duly of tho English uoveruuieiii. Illustrated witu twelvo spirited engravings, viz: Flogging in tlie Spinning Aoom; boy und iirl des ceuunig ihe coal pit; Coal gutters at vvoik; 1 funs ters and 't rapper at worn; iiurrijr and i'hruter at worn; coal getter with pick; Oul with coal cart in tiitu tctiui; cluves oi ttu needle; Kidnapping Vvitiio Moriisoii; iiisii servant about to eiiuia.e, ftiullut's Hunt at ouull; LOOnu slaves. iol.ets of TUe Putas. 1 ho autuor lias gone ex tensively into Uoiull wielding uu holiest una tcur lus. pei., uud bucking Lis Weiguty siatemeuts by copious cAiructs, Irom the oiueuu records oi iug lunu. lie lias made a glorious noo.v; ouu tuat wdl uua its wuy all over me land, and bo a source ul uiiiiiieut (jood. Vve hope tile cavaliers will lay UOld Ol tllU WOrk. li 'LALU tiXPItESS. Uu thought, before we read this book, the subjeut was one with wlueh we were tolerably lamitiar, hut were greatly luislaiveii; and but lor Uu evidence wiih wiiicu the author's assertions aru sustained, wo even now would njt dare to credit the uecounu. oi luuiuiico and uiUery. W'av. iVIau. ItdepicLs the condition of miners, operatives and other laboring eiusses ot lngiaiid in so vivid u man ner thai iMigiuh plnlautuiopists will no longer have oeeasion to .urn Uiuir atteiuion to African slavery, wuiie tuey have tliegeuuiue, home ni.-idu uud more uliiioircin, urticlo under Hit i r very noses all the wiiiie. it id. capitul book, und entitled lo a plate in every man's library. 1. Y. .VIiriiok It iti certain that it codtaius iuu.:n which is true enough to in ike one shudder at the euorniisies prac tised upon the poor, uoth by the government and uiijtociacy ot tujjiand sviucfst Journal. Among the Quuiuious books ttiai have appeared on the sunjeet, tha one now beloro us, is fiuugut with tile greatest horrors, the most shocking evidence ol 'man s iiihuiiiuuity lo man." 'I'he " White Btues oi cngland" are hare display, cd in a condiiiou that must touch tin heart oi every philaiitliropiHt, and biing tears irom eyes "unused to weep." 1'hila. A:. cucKien.' Without uitenipting any vindication of American slavery, other tl an is to be detivctt trom the tact ol il'Uri.isboiijiu, and ol its U,w an urdiiory and euiaiied evil, it rhows that u is vi;lt an iil grace that ten Ihousund uiulediulious ate poured iourth up on us oy a uaii-m, which not only origtuuted me evil ot wnicu tticy comptai.i, but iu the midst ot which even now the blood, as well as the bondage ot myii.tds is every yeat crying to heaven for vengeuee. i't'ttlTA.f KfcCOKPLH. Here is a book wl)ich ntt onlj currjjs the war in to Africa, but absolutely belabors a nation most zealously with, thu cudgels provided by jtsell. Ar thuh's Hosts Gazette. The picture which ibis book presents of the suf ferings, privations, hardships and misery of the la boring classes ol tugland w ould uppeur incredible to thu reader it tiki same were uoi backed up by proof positive and undeniable. VVe predict for the wornjust what it deserves a wido-apread circulation . Y Dutchman. It contains much interesting and valuable infor mation, and we doubt not that ii will liud many roa dcrs. Chicauu bVANoiiLisr. It unlolds degradation and wrong such as the mind of mini, uuaided, could scarce imagine M y Sua. To tlioso unacquaiiiled Willi t.ieso portions ol the English social system here bared to the puulic, tlu revelations will bo regarded with wonder perhaps with horror. lioctl. Adv. We coulees that the revelations hero made arc pefectly appalling, The height niidbredth and depth of Lngland's iniquity never have and never can be L'thoined or conceived Her oppression ot her pjur subjects is simosl without a parallel in history, iior cruel, culpable neglect to provide lor their mutual and mora1 culture, stamp her as the firs' umong the oppressors ii mankind Utk-a Herald. cjitcli utter Aggradation, such low nnd hopeless seruitude, such Lisotted Ignorance, such brutal nnd drcadtul cruelty, a.'dsttch sickening disgustiinj nw till eceues of horror, nrc set forth, are enough to put to blush the ntosi ,-"ivage barbarity. Siii'l we have it all. and more, in Tourl, pbilomhropic, eu ligbtc.ed England all this riegrndation, slavery,, cruelty, and woe the subjects .'f wMeh are white men, w hite women, and whitu chjdrcn the same race and blood as their oppressors. fe.'Ktcrsi Star. While '-t'nclo Tom" untl "tiolomoii 'or.rup," arc letting the English into the mysteries rt our plantations und slave pens, Mr. Cob Jen has been couipilling from ollicitti documents of brief history of lludr slaves. It is sad record of National mis cry and crime. Thu Coal Miners, ihe Needlewomen, the Coolies, the Factories, nnd thu i'ress Gang are each described in turn. Volume after volume ol romance hasbnen written, and day after day spent in debate, upon these topics, but we doubt 'if Uiey ever have been so iully represented before, in all1 their ktlgth nnd bredth. Its scenes are. pictures from reut lilo. It will doubtless sell xapid y and be widely run. I. If tho actual slavon of England, at home and abroad, could be reckoned up, she would probably be found to have more than nny nation ou earth enough at any rate to justify the 'recrimina tion that it does not bscoine her io reproach others for the sins she herself is coalmining. Albany Evening Journal. ,- -, 'i'he whole pirit of the work is in perfect keeping with a remark which we once heard itohert Soulhcy make via: that Grent Britain otigut to bo ashamed to talk of American slavery, so long as her luctoriutj continue to be the eceues of such humble degrada tion and Buffering. Albanv Anot's, j 't his is a lari'o, well printed volume, manilv com piled from otlicial documents, borne of the more exciting descriptions are illustrated by npirited wood engravings, though this in barely needed, tor more revolting pictures of degraded humanity than the author bus sketched, no one Uocd desirs to read Dollar iMswsrArisR , One lume lvfuio. volume, 500 pases, eik buck. Price 1,CJ. Copiet sent by mail, post paid, on ro ceipt of price. Fuhlislied by UL.KUI at, lUiiiLtitt, Auburn, si. Y., DERBY, OKl'UN &..V1ULL1GAN, Uutfulo, IN Y. Kr 1.000 A cents can lind steady emnlvineni bv selling this and others of our very popular publica tions, which sell readily in all parts of the United tales. ror particulars uauross tne purjiisnera Publishers ot Newspapers, eiviiifi the above one insertion, previous to January, iHo4, wilt be fur nished with a copy, postage pujj, an forwardirig their paper (marked) to . .. .'. v IIL.H.UX tX .tlLL.lJ.lt., Autturp, r j. December 7, 'S3, , ., i . ' B LANKETS and state Shawls at ' , i. loct 36 lSDJ-lp) . WOOD &. SMITH'S FRENCH Merinoes, coberg. and Paimetta elotfas, Delnnus and alpaccas, at - SIIHES ami Boots, Gum, KitiT Lasting un.r7vioroo co, nt nov 3()'r.H yntri'WKLL & CRABH'S OVElTcOATS, ' Dress no, 1'flnt?, Vests, llatsi caps, Shirts, Shirt collars, Drawers snd t.'nJer Shirts at SHOT WELL CRA BB's nov. 30 "S3 '?r"' ,"" "; ' FRINGES and l.aees. wide and Harrow, Thiool - clotne. ell wool, Delanes ami Alpacas, at " nov30 53 - ' BtlOi VVfcUL oi CKAUli'-J LTKtJm7';f,:tfi,Tnrge'unuin;!i?T; I hot 30 '53 aKOTV.tLL & CI1AB t . SB's Administrators oalo by order ofj PftTlft ' " I BY" virtue of an orier l" sale tefjt at of the Probate Court o4 iktftuaa count v. aUo. and to me directed fwl ntit lof wtie .1 pnUat- swrlmoa tlse prtmi-i l iniU-sirou Nt Ail a) on Si. W ' day tlie 3ltdnyi Decembur A.D. ls.V. Cilw. irig relet!Tte tuM, Iminn Jrl oi wcuun .lOatnJ f in'rownship nine l Kange iu SuuU uiiie lui i district, .itU Leirtg perl ol the ua -l of wueii lltih k. AWUil.cn eU-U powst d. be;',iiiing at the South VV. corner of j' J srtier. tts ucc N. p r. th:x-e N. fJ;. u. grf. s i-it "2 crcii s. iIh-ut ItTh l dj. We! 1 iffes. t!icti.- f"t W.8 p-T'SJt. thence Scatii l prcif. thriii-e South k tt. Wet VSi. vrcht-a to plavr fcl k"St.tinr. t-uwaatim ': . Acws't Hdiri'tn; A'-res arc n'si.S a-' wiwu to Sarah .McMi.Ua i ir her doim an.i nr. ' J:; crts ivill He sjl e?rttriy. sa..j-t u ai.J dower e-.tu.J-. The remainln2 '-"O tier-" v. lli h ,it seurratdiv ftr s'rin iiicum'j.an-e. pirair-.-n.t. made known on ix ot Tne tf. K- L. - tw eu 10 oVl.K-k .' M an.U o'clock P .vl ol J ta-.-. I'emw of snia. n.i kill in it id asi i t -ot.ier ball in mite months n bistefcu " ' - I- t- irt J A tJiatt ti.a e.t U i'venivr ' . t ol '.v.. :. - halfbr arrausetiient it iete-tou-via .ut t j.aix... ti-rs.- . (i Ul Rh 'VJ A tuuifii -tiruv ofllUUlii: .UeMJLLtN Dn-.-d. I,. Liwto: Any. ," ior. JO jJ-.in (StTCLSSOr. To A. 1.. FRA71A-S. COOKSELLKK, TATIUNEK. AND BINI'fcl. Market street, Steubenville. O., nearly oppow.o liie Jellerson Branch D nik- DEiLtlt m School nnd Misct-U aneous Bunk Wrapping. Weil ami Writing t'apcr, toethj I witn laucy tlaiioi.cy. loani n" " eei, ! always on hantl, or manufactured at the lowest pn- I ees. farticular attention pajtl to to the mamitrmtim ol County Utai.ks. 1 he liyiie.-'i price p-m lor i tj Eebriuiiy 1-jy.f ly. - - LAWNSand Juronei Etl;e and Itacrtwi:, Sifk and Tabby Velvet Rittxra, variaba colors. Ho tiery and Stocking Yarn, hid. Silk ami licrliii Gloves Day Siate and E.npire shawls is lor sale low at nov 30 53 SHOT WELL 4.CUAiiU'S the nationa1i7iioi7sie7" npjIE undersigned would respectfully Jtyf. m BllllOUUCe IO IO utu iin'iiub a'.w vuo- jy, luuiem vtiu and the travelling public in geu t lat he has again -taken po-.es.-ioii i'JJiS'W Old Tavern Stand in Cattin, (thn ,"ecsa eral. Ui of his Oli National House,) one square west ol the 1'ublic Buildings, where he intends to accommodate ail who may please to favor liir.it with a t oll in the best man ner that he can. No pains will he spared to make his guests comfortable. Thanktul tor past luvoif while engaged in the business, he hopes lo merit and again receive a iilwral share ot public patronage, as he intends to devote las whole time ami attention to lhatgbc.-t. TUOS. C. V1NCKNT, April 2S, J.S52 ly. Owner ami Proprietor. MANUFACTORY. The Oldest Shop in Harrison Cr. JOSEPH WILLIAMS HAVING at this time superior fucilitii s for the tho manufacture of every kind of vehicle from having in his employ the lct of workmen, most i v cellcnl materials., and being himself ihe only propri etor in Cadi who has served a regular time lo the husinsss, announces to the citizens of Harrison six' the adjacent counties, that he is at this time beutr prepared than he has ever been lor the manufacture and sale of Pedler Waggons, Gis, Buggic Sulkies, &c all of which will be made iu style superior to any the place, nnd on tho most favorable terms. Custo mers will be warranted thai all his work will I" done in lliu.vcry best maimer; titage Coaches: S4 ACTPSrtJ TWI I m All ' If 1 1.' II! SR. will also be made on lerins as ac " Min Wm. i.ii.i couiinodaiiiig as can Lc had in tho western country. Thoso wishing any of the nbovs description ot vehicles, are r speollully solicited to give him t call as he "is well assured he can suit them. ,;).!),) directly eait of tne "Douglass House, Cadiz. Ohio. June 1, liJ53. PRIVATE SALE. r JiHi'i subscriber offers at J, Piivntessls the farm on J Ti.iB rnvntesalo Die larm on ta'SlirLwhidi 'I honins MciliiJn now sfi!ai j;rt..i.l,-s.;.iiti1.tc.il in.iortl'reU tl'ltt fKli I 'I. llMr.W.llt 1V.I1TIIV Ohio, threu miles soutUeast of Cadiz ou the Plank Road leadine Irom Cadiz to Ml. Pleasant. fSaidtanu contains 141 acres, about 100 acies clear ed, 70 of which is bo'loin land, and thn other SI acres is the b-sst of Timber. The whole farm U under a good slate of cultivation. There is a good orchard ou the farm, and an abundance of foal may t. hatl on the land. For terms of sale enquire of 'William McUritto in Independence, or tha subscriber living three utiles south of independence, Wio-hin'tou county, Pa. JAAIE.. McBlUDE. November 15, 18j3.-3mn-l. QIIOUI.DE11 IHiACErj, a new and improved ar IO tide for sale cheap, by JNO. liEALL nov. Ifi 1HS3. rtEEDLEY'S PRACTICAL BI.'SINESS TREA JT 'I'IriE, or how to get, save, spend, give, lend, and B-jquealii luuncr.Tur falc at reduced price, by uov Id '53 J BEALL IJAllKEIlS, series of papular school books for sale by nov lti J .BEALL WRITING, LETTER, Commercial, Note, and Fancy paper tor sale l'if by J BE ALL nov 16 'o3 FAMILY, SCHOOL and fancy bibles a good vnri ety cheap at nnvlo'M J BEALL MILLAKDS TRAVELS in Egypt, Arabia Pe-t.-nra and the Holy land, a new nnd very pop ulur work for sale by, nuv. Iii J3 J BliALL SPELLERS, Towns, McGuflies, Col.be new and United States, all lor sale by J BEALL nov lti '53 IT w pa Heeds, ut(oct!'o 53-ly) WOOD &. SMITH'S A N ICE Sloek.of cutlery, knifes nud forks, spoonn . acissors, Hinges and screws etc. (octai '3-lyi at WOOD &. SMITH'S WIIITEMORLS Yankee shaving fo.ip 10 cts. forcake which will last a itait 1 year shav ing 3 times a week, also the best chewing tobacco, (oet2.'53-ly at WOOD & SMITH'S CR IMPS, Fringes, Silk, Luces, coat Binding cord J anil all sorts of triiiimin's for Men and w omen at (octiti 1H3-Iy) fVOOD ii. SMITH'S SILKS a great variety of colors nnd prices from 87 cts. to$-,00at WOOD &. SMITH'S (oct 3d loo3ly) COMFORTS, Hoods and Donnets nt oct 2li l33-ly) ' WOOD or. SMITH'S "YyrOOLi.::i Hum at IIOOGS & CO. NewTnrniture and CHAIR AHJVIMV t.'O'l-TS. INVITE the at.enti i of house JteefK-rs ami others to their uew Furu.-uro and Chair Ware Kooma, in tlie new brick building, No. Iii3 Market Street, s few doors below tlie. Murhet House. They aru pre-' pared to furnish all articles in their lin, such as Dressing and Phin Bureaus, Seefcturiea and Book cases, Curd, Dining and Breakfast Tables, Bedsteudt iu every vnriety, Work and Wash Stands, Solas, Divans, Ottomans, itc. Fancy What Nots. Fancy Work Stands. . ' Chairs, Windsor, Cano Sent, Mahogony, in every variety, plain and lancy. Looking Glasses, Clocks, fcc; all of w hich will be furnished promptly to or der, at the lowest prxes. VVe respcctully iuvite the public lo call and examine our stock, feeling assured lhat wo call render satisfaction iu uli caaes. . Ml'NDAY ii, COTT3. Y heeling, sepQ813j3-ly . ' " wm. t- maw, BOOK-BINDER AND BLANK BOOK ... Mivllt;ii..i.t.i.iii. iu.iiv ur i uiir.it. No. UU Monroe r (Up Stairs.) Wueimno. Va. fpHE undersigned would respectfully beg leave in JL inform you of tho fact, that ho has purchased the ostnblishnienl lately known as James At Ewiiif Book-Bindery ami Blank Book. Maimluciurv. and is now prepirsd to execute m order, all kinds ol Rulinjj, loain'iiattcri). Blank Books, ol i vory do scri)tiurt, ft ill be boimd in an (irtflerable stylo, ueh asHalf-boima.ii'tiH-bound, fincdiii ltiisi ursajstra Russia Bunds. - '. " . ' - - , We are also prepared triP. bnif Mumc, Maggnz(iies, Law Bonks, Periodicals, "tc; e. in any style that mny be pretered, to compete wilt; work done in any part of thn country.. " J Should you have any of the nWve work to do, please leave your order, (if ever so suTall it will be thank fully rnceived) at my Biiidery, No. SIMJ Monroe Stn.s-t, (Upstairs.) ' ' ' ' - , ' fclttf fa h tindinff Masazines tc. -Wheclin", ;p28 lS3-ly . ? ; - ; Notk' - :. ;' ALL persons indebted to me by Note or Book ac count, are requested to eoma without delay and make settlement, as I am determined to cIom up all my old business matters. This notice 1 will consid er sufficient tor nil aud litem tlmt thnt won't tnke 1 intend to bring. - , ill. f. BENNETT A-'sdim March i, WU. . v - . TI1E MARRIAGE STATE ; SkAaHf, miumu U t , M0ST.8TARTLISS0HSt3RATlCNSI . Eeflectiwis for the Thoughtful. . Strange that eoontlre naa beinp exist toe Jrsg through life a. ike bruu u( the field, ot , IB inserts of the eariet. enaeiar aa nor. tboai;at i reflretirMi tbu tknugh ths nutile (auuuee of miat r not vouciisaUd to theia. Many Me. ar. kiasbwida ui fulutra, .po. wkna at eVipMieWt ta bmlia. lu vall-Wuig, acd the bappiuess of . evnndtiir ikud ailucUo&iU .ifo, villi 4rl-tM a Lti.it vl cSnldru, ,; now orrKi rr nrpivs THit thi " WITS LIXGKXa HtU If YEAI TO TZAS In tfiaA pltibf aunuitlo. M .at ins tr oct day t Jt-.-l the happy and exliikratuig iarluenee uicdt at te tbv enjoyuiear td h-aiih. icej net be oa iuvalij confined to her bed, r r in her room ; ai b.-r pride, renbhioa n euory induce snd ncrru her to take porsonal uvuifi of ber household, even wbo her b.Hh will ut wlmii of it ; but the is ncverthelet pwoeptibly tinkuig Iron day ta day, aud always ading. 'i bos, U7 Uir .Li r. anj ujclb iiw neavh tcu spira. lier koalth dily -nkf, till AueJIv eve the Iwpe of rtcovsry cu huigcr rwiaias. Aad thru THE BLOOMING BRIDE, But a f;w years aip in tht lath ot health anT )utj, end buoynnry of spirits, rapiJIr, ruid arpa remW iiuzplieably, bwowes a feeble, otcklr, o bibtatcd wile, with froia. emaeiated, aerve. aa Krung, syiriM dvprerMd, eounteDiuea bearing the imprest of suff -ring, mi M uur phvahsaT aid uentaJ pravtration. Soraoiiiaes this deplorable (hange may and does arise froia orranie or couitiiuiiuiml mnar-a H, eAener, by for oftener, to gr.H and iuexcntabJe ignorance cf the timplut and plainest rules of b.-altb at connected with the marriage Maw, the ' violation of which entails WMr nflehng and raitery, not only to the wife, but often Hereditary Pamjilaial. upon the Childrea "iiNro'iiut rutno amo rouara ohkiratioji, mnsmlttltia- CO'8UMPTIOW. KCROKIXA. HVI'OCHOVDHIA, 1VSAN1TY, CWJX'T, KJKtt'ff) aCVfJ, auid oUier cUeerucs, . DREADFUL INHERITANCE from th. Parenta And mutt this continue t Shall we be wise ia all that toneerni the eattlt ef our fields, our banes, ear sheep, eur cows, our oxen, the nature and eharacter of the toil wo poiesi, the texture and Qunlitjr ef eur goods and uercbandiae ; but in all that euocerut ourselves at human beings, with human function, and passions, tubjeet to great derange ment, involving our future peace and happiness in all that eotsterna the health and welfare of the wife of our afteetioni, and the mother of our ehil dren ; In all that concerns tbc mental and pbysleej well being nf those children, we should be iuv tuerted io lbs darkest aud mfn oaNIGHTED IGNORANCE, AS CCIAEI.K-AS INKXOUIAaLE ! How lon shall this Igaorance prevail o produc tive of its bitter fruitt t How loiig shall the wife anil mother be ignorant of the nature, cbaruotiir tud cuuws of the various womb sad Hxual complaiuu. euibitlring ber dnyi by suffering suB'ering often pioleuged to yoors, eventuating iu a ompliciinn of diseaset utterly and hopelessly incurable 1 Shall wo for ever oloee oar eyet to tbe reiulte of ptiyno legienl tcience by which we may arrive at an understanding of ourselvet at men and women, tuhject to terioua life-long enduring diteaset, a-vd perpetuating them Ui our obildren. LET EVEflY WTJJE AND ECSBAND .Vo fiiMlieatf or wife nnd be ifwrunt cf what touctrns thtm moit Co know to .ti'c their health and Uapyintss. Tlmt knowledge it contained in a liltle iroik entitled THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION, BY DR. A. M. UAUKICKAV, ntorsssoR or dkxases of wonxn. One Hundredth Edition. IS,., pp. S60. Price 60 We. OS riSS TAt-KIt, CXTKA BINOISO, $1 90.) Firit publiihed in 1S47 ; anil it it not SURPRISING OR WONDERFUL, Co.i.lilerlng thnt EVKRY FUDXALH. tvliethrr SIAIIRIEU OU NOT, ran her. arqulre full kuowleilge of tlie nn-tui-e, cltnracter ami raaeea of her cuinilnlitt4, with Clio varloue syinptome, and that ncax-ljr IIAF A niLLIOX COPIES iheuld have been told. It it impracticable to con vey fully tho various subjects treated of, aa they are of a nature ttrietly intended fur the marrita, or tbote contemplating marriage. ;PVAUUS OF tB HUNDRED THOC SAM) COPIES Have been SENT BY MAIL) within the lost few laontht. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. HE HOT DEFB.1VDED ! Buy no book unlew Dr. A. M. Mauriceao, 129 Liberty Street, N. Y., it on tha title pnge, aud the entry in the Clerk 'i Office on tbe back of the title page ; and buy only of reipeaUblo and honorable lealeri, or sond by mail, and addrew to I)r. A. M. Mauriaeatt, at there are spuriout and turreptitious ibfriugemen.t of copyright. IfW Upon reeeipt of One Eoltar " THE MAR. HIED WOMAN'S FHIVATB MEDIOAI, OOM. PANION" U tenl (inmcft frte) to any part of the United tatei, the Canada and British Province All Letter! must be post-paid, and addressed to Dr. A. M. MAUBICEAU, Box 12S4, New. York Oily. Publishing Office, So. 129 Liberty Street, Kew.Terk. OHIO. L Stkattox, Cincinnati E G CoNwrrx. Co?hoc ton II 1 Round, Sorahaville tftNTi.vFL Ot'ncc Cadiz Cotto;;, Cleveland A Hi.vchma.v,ShIi;iii Theron 'ritOMrso-f.Stt'nbcnville John Bum Jk.Co. Oolum us. CJ2WTRE .FOUNDRY. . J, i A J. IJAGG, ' No. 22 Main Sr., C'turrtiE Wiiccf.iJfa, KEEP constantly on hand an astiortment of th. iatesi arid most improved Stoves, embracing evury variety ul' Parlor, Siiop nnd Cooking r-tovea 'l'ht ir ' Westorn Vinjinian," a coal stove cannot be surpassed by any iniiijj ever introduced into the city. They have sold 10U of them within the last six months, pledging themselves to take them bark if they did not give satisfaction, and have never had one returned. They also keep constantly on hand the latest styli of Arch Urates, warranted equal to any rnadee.be where, alao cant Iron oink.i, uud a vuriety of nil articles in the Foundry line, which will bu sold low lor eithh. tCrParticnlar attention will be uaid to nil !;in.l of Job work. WheeliiiR, Va. iieut. 14, ISSS-Htii w. D. MOT-ru . ....!. w. mohk. W.D.MOTTE&BRO'S, PKAI.ttlS lit ALT, KINDS Of STAPLK AND FANCY DKY GtX)DS, No. 176, Mauketst., WiitLUNO, Va. WE wish to call tho attention of the citizens of Cadiz and the surrounding country, to our establishment in the City of W heeling. Our house donln in every description of DRY GOODS, Win-ill be prepared early in the seat-on with a splendid stock, suitable lor Fall and Winter Trade, It will contain, every thing new and tashio-jahlo in Fancv Goods, together with alt kinds of (5TAPI.K& Ud MESTIC AKTICLliS, such at are suitable forfim ily u&a. One of tlie Ci 111 will In in the East a jjooddonl ol his time so that we will bu receiving 1 resli Goods ovory lew days throughout t!it senion. We will be. able to otfer inducements id prices which but few houses ii ive in ihe Western Coutjtry. VVe solicit a call at ouriStore wh.11 you visit our City, and if wo do not satisfy you that it will bo to your interest to duul with iiv then it will ba our fault, W. D. MOTTI-., &. BllOTIItlli Wiieeling, Sept. 14, ld.'i.'-ly BAER, WALTER & BROTHERS, - V II I. ' .411 HIM AII4 CHF.AP CLOTHING HOUSE. No. 12 Main Street, Utlow Monroe Ifottte, Wiikkli.vo, V.i. TIIEundcrsisncd wrol l respec'ifully call the at tention of the Public, buili in and out of town, to their New Clothing Emporium, where they Hat ter themselves that ihey will bo abln to oiler bet ter bargains than any oilier establishment in Wiieel ing. Our Goods are always purchased on the iest terms from thn lirst Manufacturers, and made up at our own llstaUijiiiuuiitin Ualtiinore. ; Our stifc!l too largo lor enumeration, comprise every urtii-l.i, I ino uud Cour'.e iu the v Ready Made Clothing Line. ' Give us n call, and we will endeavor to fit you out in tne tiest style, crtcuii tor uanli. P. S. A grout .'lock of Knli aud Winter goods just rucrivetf and now open inij. if.r.K, W A'l. I Etl & BKOS. Branch of Waller & Bro.'s Gloihing Hon., Bal timore, Mil. - Wawling, t-pt. 14, ltkij.-ly, New Wholesale Tobacco Storr LLNi;,V r.MlK vt'O-. an now ready totupplt dcttlcr in hs city or conntrf, with. Virgins Chiwili)?' Tolmct-o, ' imported mm Doinosttu C. gars,?uufl'ol'llkintls, Suutl boxes, etc. 'I'hey will oiler, tin the Ui teriiift, at llicir wliol. sale store, No. til .Muiti tttroel, between Quiney tn Monroe streets. -- , ' b00 boxes 5s snd Ss lump chewing tobacd. -do j- - " ' tto -tlw. .1 .. 350 . do., pound, some very superior; 1 .-J-,t r) 4U. do , DiaoAiiu ami daw ilroii nistj ' , ,"" 3U gross yellow bank auduatiuel tine cUti.- I'D bbls smoking tobnecu; , . . lOtHi papers do , do. , - X).0tX) suporior aegnra.V f "Z'UUUTJ ' 300,000 doinesOe 3u '' '"' VM to tes chalk nines and pips Ueiulni '' i W gross snurl' bouts! r-t ,. V. 1 -i i. ; o do ciarcastis. e. etc. .. '-', - i Dealers are invited tocall and examine, our ,. W ace detertnirted to (lr tnttucemeitts v.jtiiit. 1 eiv in the Kastoru market. 4 ' "11 1 Wli.eUg,Va.-Aiirilil,13j3.ly. , T '" r.J ' ; i. n e llic-ar rtiruiture,.(Tjafr RTiU Lcit- r l P Ll' v-f"& lat lag leave to U,l. k.-lririJ, .,h. -gtw- rra iy. that U ow . w luvmAu m ljtoc .'W.-ua.xtn-c-i . n,u tr. .i,.. ,x ,,.1.. urnteu .U k.ud .., Li.-A.Cl-. biii,tr, Jn all lb. ir va.iriv - T I lV"fL.U, . ail tt-, .jjlla" IQlj,. Ala. gauy xiieu, Irniiu lo ortW . . utif i.ltif;' .... , ' AtA XT. ; ji-HS ; V, 4fft -Bonrtotiii ' itT'-1" ' A fl'-Al'TiJTlf-xK ot 'Iiacy'.ifk'Srl'i'.-w -- v o-Ji...- io, irniair.j u. ti. ! ..rl"5ii'vKi " A ' -'"v tfiutiiu: Uiaou.;e, nude 1 l.aifci XX to luue i bu.-ai.lia, waie.-d uo., at,, i. lu.oriU do, p:ai,i and viubrui . rvfl, irtooii. j - t ! liti or tiitli,. Ali, au.uiiA.ufyljf.wol Um.r ; tou .viurf.- tuuiio u tuv iiatl itkr 4 t,.;, i v.iiitu ojo . :yt ire i'u pr. tl i,d Uiiih-.ny. Cat, aud aei tlie. I . - npiIK Great i'ru. IkH o. the Vt ilefclin. I,',8,i X avvnudvl U .u,i.t.1J x, i,K1!c tnt-Mv. w 4 a li..;ua lor tlw lollowu.y r.-u-.i-: u-.- lisuK MroTi.;. t!tw.ri-kv- "A ' 1 lU.fcl 1.I..I ... I. L t . . .. rtr.) UrriKcs ' Aud.lor ih- (.r, ,tcAt Vari-ry and IttcUtit oil.. We have itiMf-jdet niwived eoill. ut Ute MS iiiiUia cat.iaicr. itul i.tru,i cWth, yarn ate,; uf .Vicr.es i iti.u ..ricoraiod u.4i!tiuii u a.l oi wlurh to ft.ttH-', 'wit it our gcu.rui .ijtk'of- ' u.:h iiress Oooda ua iHi.n we unite ihe uubitc t''-"- &TJM TUuMAAs Gcldon Uee-hive Store. ' ' V ,'' K1LJ. It lti J -i '' JK liav. jat rutxiifKi our licet .awk of Tall 1 1 oootu, cjt ip.iig all ihe i-.i iriiut n 1 di -n nnd Children f t;r..t.s Good. Tkc iarjjrki ai.rtv of Goodd we hata eret brouyilil ih lire inyy anrr tiW ru-be.-,! uud ttu.Mi.-tt ttock ol l.ti,bro.ut. Trr brought to ijie 14.) i toi't-lhrf v. iihau unuauaily Urg: and clioicj muck ol upl i;ot.uj. rct w,, lnyt in Mn ; txpifiy with a vi-w to tlw grr-.i ttMin goods Una tall, wnifli ill i noble let tugite tn. fcial usl hind oi iKi.guitiA lo iti ..'.m ,IUay io-, i i, ih,i .' goods. '''.' An exirnintttlou of our stM-!i ii niott rnrJiaHy ee-lifitt.-d. , -.e-slf;.!. ..iUU3tAH,i. fl''ii 'ili,mi:iv .'a,. E.otiiikt i. it f'ijv.T 7. OI'K locli of 1' ill and IVimcr .Vavy ito.l; cea. .-Utiiig ol rtd, v.Lite and yellow liunitcUi, hat'd do., liiirfi y, jaiKr, C l.-tll.-lM, twtudii, dotli., rci ,et., is quite Ji.ll, and .t boujn irr May, Utore titer ric, tvitli a vtuv. to mis lair, irad-j, aod wu. Inrewid io i-iiHainent at wid pii A few ice -s Jl Tw ed, all wool ttHng ' ch.-tto on!v lo runt? per yanl. .-Whrn In."!. SNipt, 8'l()NE.THOAlV; w . eU Z JUAi. kUiVlAiirS "7 flaunt. irliti t-r ix ain in t liulrtj ittitl 'isbiiti-l Fitt, Mini r'. ' . No, Hit), Makkct Kr. ..'.tut skle.7 War.i.Li, Va. M Jli tubiiL-rilmr rcpei-Alull i.doruin hit Irlciid X and the 1'ublic gcncriitly, .n.it he uituiittra to Alan n fad ure and krt-p on Ii inu a lare r'u! gitKl a sortiiiem ot Clinu s und Cabinet i'uriuluu, u hicli l will uiiuiufai'turu of lius btst uiateiiui, and e.ivlo none but gotxl workmen. 1 am determined, to manufacture a fiir.f MtrxiPl article ot chairs to thutte brought here hy iii.i rix LiLA'roas in in? bui.it, and equal to any uuuuta.: tured in the City, all ot which 1 v, ill a ll at tlie row fit pruie for csr.ln Wheeling .sepfW IfiiJ-ly y T7"SCoiT, . DEADER IW!1; WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELBY, f'A.NCY AMI VAKIKTV GOODrf, -- -No. 1S7, Main .St., Wiikllino', Va. (- s ANEW and large uavortiuont ot the almre .roods just'rotfived. All kinds ol Wntclwe, Clock, and Jewelry carffnUy repaired and warranted. YESIK" IT'KED. A. THOM.MAN is now prepared to at- X tend to auction k iu this Cutiuty. . Wrttincr of all dtismiptions attended to with de spatch, iionkii potud, liomls, Doc-dn, ic. &,u.drawa, liflica ul tlie .Vlaiieioii Uouso. . . ,. ,. . IO:iK UONt.'1'.l.l.... . . HK-VKTC. DrOKAXOt CON WELL. & DE GRANGE. .. Fashion able Tailors CAiz.,"onio.''vt!.'! XTroulJ respectfully inlortn the citizen of Vl Cadix and the sttrrouiuling country, that they are now busy carrying on the above business in all of its rarioiw branches in tbe room neurly opptuiiie tbc IVlaiiHioit liwuse.i Thet will warruiit their work to be made in tlie vnry Irerq style, aa ihey will keep none but the beet of work men in their employ. . -''"' '" Tern Wiiliunra lateat Now York and Philadel phia Fitahiui, just received; , Cadiz, OAK: V l5J,-tf. ' ;'' ; "T'J Hardwart3, , ; , .," A WKLL assorted stock from a Darning Needle X. lou liroad Axe, lo he Fold as cheap as can be purchased weft oi the Mounurins. ' wept SI 1853- '. W M. HOGG tt CO. . Kid Gloves. " I'JZ A I..l'.XA.'Di:ii'S best Kill G loves, for l,adire and TX Geiitlenien. A good variety of tinea silk Mits, abort and I0113. etplJl'liJ W.'HtfUU oifOi U pept. 21, 1CK f Si, II Mt-FADOEX: G lAHl'KTi.NG k IT.O0KOIi.CU)TH for sal, allow rates by S &. H Met ADDE.V sept, ai, J3j3 " - -. ; '. v; J, New Fall Goods. f TTTF have receivctl our f'aJI .Stock, which fomprlso V T an immense vttiiety ot Goods, snitiihle for the) season, and would be ploaaej to iisvo the epportunt- ty of exhibitiiit; tiiem 10 our customers and the pub lie generally. ' pt. 21-lSjlf U'M. UOtJG &CO. 1DICK, Ilatoeett. Maddock, Hammer and Axatiaa dlt-K, a soleudi durtttle, althe June lo.lisjJ. rUJ PADLOCK. I?AUj Dkit.cOS iiOODS, f JC8T received n Irrjje stock of . ': f, ,. ,ii;4 French merinos, finest quality,!! colors, (ierman do, nil wool, -Thibet cloth, '"' ''. Madonna do., cas-hmerea, M de Lainm, jTt colors, beautiful, all woul tie Luinee .11 colors oir li7,' cents per yard. f Tc NE 4; THOMAS: VWIi.i.t !...-.. 0 ....... t Stone and Earthen Ware, at " " ' ' " WOOD SMITlI'f! ftotn-r fi"-' 'lti llsagliva, Tea rlottiBt.. V-S lro Prane and Uitts, all kinds, Dog Chuiaula dllak-s, .b-hna 1 very iiochoao at th ssiiuiio m:t Bill PADLOCK Late3t, Best & Cheapest' AKEnow motiving nnd npening a TerTejtrMsivw lot of new goods of all niru, qiiiiluits and ftri era bin nil very citvnp, a-word t our cnawcMv.as i sutiicieiu. . . , WOOD 4 .U1K. Cadjy,, Oct. -, X Jy .. ijf. if -. fi Prints, imietly maihler colors af 3 (ci.sii-lti&i.lj-i,. WOOD & Slff-r, AUOtlJJ Sfock'Ut Broad ctoths, var-iou qutuit ties and colors (via., liluc, Hlnnk. Plumb. oct.lr., lSM-ly W(K)U & SMITH. - I-.. . -J Aik. ... ., ,,,, A LLSortj of men aud boys wear, romiitmg tt X- Tweod cordaroy's; Pilot cloths, Ctattiueto Jeans, Eastern 1 jucy's etc. at loo cheap cornei oct. so, isoj-iy WOOD it SMITH. c LOTII coi nllaijios, various coloiia, at ' ' ' J t" ...vi-tj) nwii oc 0.111 iu jVTcLANES Pills ami Vermifuge, the nio.tpop.it 1. int iiit-uit-iiics ui me ngo lor aaio y 1 nov.!KI,lti3. 1:; . f.istrn ) i3J3ALL i TjANCV SOAPS, agood variety, fat sal. cheap l T nov HUM i UKAXIu : COLOGNES, ?aciiun patterns antl qnalilies N) sale cheap by ' - lm ) IW.I .. 4 ' HCAl.t. , OELI.EBrt t'onizh Hyrtip, an hiliillihj remittV ' T O coughs rol.U Ac. lor ali by J U&vLL novl 1.81 . ( v ' J' V '. TR.tlALIfl Balsam' for tlie LurtA, llii rtit-! U pt.rhai hneagnntst rofurtntion f. urigdi. eases of tha. Langs thai oav nxviiriiia ct tti ktutl now in use, lor sale by . , tuv li3 iiEALt. . STEU OIL. ill Ifottlen, ondoniWitttht. a prim. article for sain by , noj Jl Hiklr. J Hi.KLlt T?WJIA Cedar Pencil-f, the b,ist-iTf Use fof sol. V- cheap by. .--wk J(t tf.a 1 ti- 4 JtsAlt STEELJ'ENNS, kar,rii iissoritiicui (Uteapat.-. "h - ... ww i!j i'tr:i f h r tyf 1, f t;:.;t'--.v.No'TV., Come On. J,.. f -.' WIS hay. received this day n larit rtmntwl ibot ail aiT.es, n-'iicfi w. will sell very low, lr. SMiiwrior lot of UtN-s A'LS.-.h cam bo Iwat .'ill so m, an 1 (is -v .-iTf gong fam at tlw , ' Jtiiu 1 .:... iu ; FA-jrjK. ; t MS rv at r 3: f '' t t .iii i I m 1 . si, . -JI I m til m m stWl',w'Wl'lllH '