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To General Pierce, President of America,
and ageing to be (that is, if General
and ageing to be (that is, if General Cushing isn't mistaken,) the founder of
"Modern Rome."
Da Gikibal: ' I'm afraid you're
thoueht strange of it that I haint writ
to you afore now, for so long time past;
lrat I .couldn't. I've been so busy
cruising round among . the fishermen
down to New Brunswick, and Nova
Scotia, and the Oulf of St. Lawrence,
that I eouldn't get no time to write-, nor
couldn't find no post office to send it
Ye see, Gineral, I didn't accept your in
vitation to taie a seat in your Cabinet,
''cause I'm one of them sort that can't
bear setting a great deal. I cant stand
ft without I'm up and knocking about
pretty much every day, and I under
stood the Cabinet had to set nigh about
aalf the time, so I told you I should a
good deal rather have some foreign ap
' pointment, where I could stir myself.
And you told me the foreign appoint
ments was pretty much all spoke for
twenty times over, but you would give
me a commission of Minister Gineral,
and I might go round and look after the
interest of the country whenever I
thought best. Now that was just what
I liked; you couldn't a gin me no ap
pointment that would suit me better.
Wal, my first cruise, Gineral, has
been away down East, and a little be
yond; for I thought 'twas high time
them fishermen of ourn down there was
looked arter. I heard they were get
ting wrathy, and the Britishers was
flockin' in there with their armed ves
sels agin, and there was pretty likely to
be a muss if 'twasnt seen to; and I knew
twould be a good cool place in this hot
bummer weather, so 1 sculled off. 1
went all along the coast, and boarded
the fishermen, and talked with the skip
pers, and give 'em good advice. I'm
sorry to say their backs is up pretty
round. They swear they'll never stan
that straight line "from headland to
headland" no way you can fix it. They
say the cod-fish and the mackerel are a
good deal thicker inside the line than
they are out, and they are bound to go
where's the best fishin, let who will stan-!
in the way. Wal, Gineral, since most
. of our politicians and office-seekers is
doing the same thing and setting 'em
the same example, I couldn't find it in
my heart to blame 'em much; for who
is there among 'em all, politicians and
office-seekers, that stans much about
any straight line from headland to head
land, when they think there's any bet
ter nshin tother side of it7
Howsoever, I guess you may calcu-
late toe nsnermen win remain quiet mis
cummer if they are allowed to fish
where they are a mind to, and the Brit
ish vessels don't crowd 'em too hard.
But if they do, you must look out for a
regular row that 11 stir the whole camp
of Young America. I got home last
week, and have been overhauling the
ne papers, and bavin? talks with
Uncle Joshua, and larnintr how things is
getting on. I see that you and some of
the Cabinet have been" on to Hew York
to see the openin of the Crystal Palace,
and had a good time. I'm glad to find
your Administration is getting on so
swiminly, and that you have got such a
fust rate Cabinet round you. I like Mr.
Marcy better and better; he's sich a
prudent man and a fust rate Dimocrat.
I always heard he was prudent and
savin and wasn't ashamed to have his
clothes mended as long as they was de
cent, before he would go into any ex
travagance to get new ones. And I'm
right glad he's going to set such a good
example to the country by making our
foreign ministers and consuls follow his
prudent ways. His circular of the first
of June has been worth a hundred dol
lars to me right off, to begin with.
When I got home I says to Uncle
Joshua, says I, "Uncle, I want you to
lend me a hundred dollars, and I'll give
you an order on the president for it to
take it out of my salary; for I'm agoing
to take a circulating tower to Europe
with my commission of Minister Gener
al, to see that England and France puts
a stop to that Russian war, and I've got
to get a bran new rig for a court dress."
'Uncle Joshua laughed, and says he,
"Major, you can save yourself that
trouble and expense. I guess you haint
seen Mr. Marcy's circular. Our for
eign ministers and consuls have all got
to wear the plainest home spun clothes,
just as Dr. Franklin did when he was a
minister in the beginning of the Gov
ernment The circular says, it is to be
regretted that there was ever any de
parture in this respect from the example
of Dr. Franklin." And it goes on and
lays down the rules about plain clothes
in a most tnorougn dimocratic manner.
And the Union newspaper, I don't
know whether it's an organ or not, but it
puts on airs and speaks as though it was
talking by authority, and it says the
Administration is determined to "ex
hibit the same progressive American
spirit in the clothing business, that it
noes in its other foreign relations; and
that it is time to restore the strongly
marked republicanism of Dr. Franklin's
clothes. So, Major, your clothes is all
good enough now, and jest , the right
sort Only may be you better take
with you my long drab surtout and my
broad brim hat, perhaps they'd look a
little more like Dr. Franklin than yourn
does." And then cousin Nabby spoke
up, and says she, "Yes, cousin Jack,
and I've got half a dozen pair of blue
woTlen stockins already knit for you; so
you'll be all fixed up nice and warm."
Wal, now, Gineral, I feel a great deal
relieved about, this dress business; it
will save so much expense, and besides,
I shan't feel afraid now to go to any
royal Court ia Europe, and face the
finest on 'em. The fact is, General,
since Mr. Marcy's circular has set me
to thinkiu on this matter of dressin for
our ministers, I don't know but it wonlH
V j: , ,
f muic uuuucrauc ana American to'
go a step beyond Dr. Franklin, and
take the real abborigin style. There;
Ain't to JTV mtnA rtsiinn imam kn.A.'. 1
n .hnr"irr.:rri"rAU
.UHU HHHWv .vuc Vi a uttuaum uiauiei, i
. " Y A
wwrtioowu, u American
Minister would be known evrv whora
as soon as he was seed. They might
Mint nnf no fha. nldaonJ I... A -.
1""" """-J jitaocu, uut i
would be real American, and beat the
Turks in pictureskness and besides
look Roman like too. Give my respects
to Mr. Marcy, and hint this Indian no
tion to him. I am sure it would take
like wild-fire.
And, Gineral, you've got another real
whaler in tout Cabinet, and that is
Gineral Cushinir. It seems to me, if
that man lives, he's agoing to outstrip
General Jackson. I had no idea there
was so much grit in him till he made
that speech 'tother day at Newark, in
the Jarsies. Since I've read that
speech I feel all over like an old Roman
It seems as if I can see our country
marching right up to the very tip-top of
the world s mountain and kicking all
the nations of the earth down to the
bottom of the heap. That old Greek
that folks tell so much about, never
poured out sich a grist of oratory in all
his born days. I can't help copying a
little piece of it out of the newspapers
into my aispatcn. Here us:
"There is a destiny to a Republic
There is a law of its existence as clear
ly and undeniably as there is a law of
the existence of a human being, that he
shall begin in youth, that he shall grow
in juvenescence, that he shall harden
into manhood, that in the plentitude of
his manful strength he shall overtop the
nations around him. Applause.
We are now the men of the modern
Rome. How was it with the old Rome.
She conquered. She went on annexing,
according to the law of her existence,
applause, I and so long as she pro
ceeded in the application of the law of
her existence, no earthly power could
withstand her progress. Applause. 1
I say that was the destiny of ancient
Rome, and it is the destiny of modern
Rome. There can be no pause in our
progress, except the pause of decay;
when we cease to grow we shall begin
to perish; for upon us as a republic is
mpressed, not a curse, (though it was
a curse of him who thrust from his
door the thirsting Saviour on his way to
Calvary; it was his curse that ven
geance of God should pronounce over
him as the perpetual sentence of his sin
march, march, march; for him there
was no pause. I say, as on him was
pronounced the curse, on us has been
poured the benediction, applause; for
ns that same Divine voice has said
March, march, march onward, up
ward, so long as there remains a celes
tial hight in the infinite regions of great
hess which it is possible for human
power to scale." Applause.!
That speech came over cousin Sar
gent Joel like a streak of lightning
He went right to work and scoured up
his old hre lock as bright as a pewte
platter, r And now from morning till
night, with his fire lock on his shoulder
he marches about the house and round the
barn in a military step, saying to him
self as he goes, "March, march, march
we are the men of modern Rome!
March, march, march; annexation day
is close at hand; March, march
march."
But, Gineral, I must be in a hurry
and be off on my tower before the
countries is all annexed, for then my
commission of Minister Gineral won
be of no use. So I subscribe myself in
haste, your faithful friend and well
wisher.
MAJOR JACK DOWNING.
Swift and his Servant.
r r-i . ...
jjean owilt. While on a lournev. an
stopping at a tavern, desired his servant,
John, (who, by the way, was as eccen
trie as his master,) to bring him-his
boots. John brought up the boots
the same state as they were taken off
the previous evening.
"Why didn't you polish my boots?'
saia uean.
"There's no use in polishing them.
replied the man, "for they would soon
oe uiny again.
"Very true," said the Dean, and he
put on the boots. Immediately after
ne went down to the landlady, and told
her on no account to give his servant
any breaklast. 1 he Dean breakfasted
and then ordered the horses out. As
he was ready to start John ran to him in
a great hurry and said:
"Mr. Dean, I didn't get my breakfast
yet. '
"Oh!" replied the witty divine
"there's no use in your breakfasting
for you would soon be hunory aain."
John, finding his theory thrown back
on himself, submitted to the privation
with the same stoicism as did his master
with his boots. On they rode, the
Liean in front reading his prayer book,
and the man behind at a respectable
distance, when they were met by
gentleman, who, after eyeing Dean
very closely, accosted the servant thus:
"I say my man, you and your master
seem to be a sober pair; may I ask who
you are ana where you are going?"
"We re going to Heaven," replied
onn. "My master s praying and 1 m
fasting."
The gentleman looked again in won
derment at the master and man, and
rode off I
"Kossuth's sisters are keeping a
boarding house in Irving place, corner
oi fourteenth street, JNew York.
X"A new law in Massachusetts fines
any one 95 for walking on a railroad
track without cause.
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HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
05 KEGS Najk. n ;. tihr -;,
Ctl general assortment of Hardware and Far.
ming Implement. XMe ware and pocket
nuiTO a in tajvj iuw Vj
FORD St DROCIIXARD.
March 34. 1853.
GEO. W. CASTLE,
M....r..i... .r n
'umiuici w vuuuuuh ana meaner
rni op,i -mw
A UraSnillg Machines,
".Ch,nicotheroad,thr.miIe.rromGi -
pout, Ohio.
CO" lasting, en hand. Repairing
umiDoun, rersons at a distance
ibing repairing done, can send thi V.
cXg?
. " I
Aptll J, 1853. 4m
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
RECEIVED by
HENKING 8f CADOT.
COFFEE.
20 sacks strictly prime Rio,
do Java,
t do Mocha.
FISH.
5 brls Mackerel, number 1, large,
10 kitts
do
do
do
5 brls
4hfbrls
8 brls
do
do
do
number 2,
do
Dumber 3,
do
do
do
do
do
10 hf brls do
2 brls pickled If erring,
1 do Salmon,
1 drum Cod,
50 boxes dried Herring (Scotch.)
FRUITS & SPICES.
20 boxes layer Raisins,
10 hf boxes do
15 qr do do
10 boxes M R Eaisins,
5 hf boxes do
3 boxes Sultana Eaisins,
20 drums Smyrna Figs,
5 bags Almonds, Cream nuts and Fil
berts, Zante Currants, Chocolate (com
mon and spiced,)
3 bags Alspice,
5 do Pepper,
100 lbs Cloves,
30 do Nutmegs,
60 mats Cassia,
3 brls ground Ginger, warranted pure
DRUGS & DYES.
1 zeroon Caraccas Indigo, warranted
best quality,
1 zeroon Madras Indigo,
1 tierce Dutch Madder, warranted,
600 lbs sup carb Soda, do
100 do Saltpetre,
10 boxes Logwood.
TEAS.
Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson
and Black, in hall chests, quarters and
eighths, suitable for the trade as well as
for families.
QUEENSWARE.
A large assortmentsof the latest styl
and fashion.
SUiN DRIES
1 brl "Lovering's" Golden Syrup, su
perior to any in market.
1000 lbs "Lovering's" double refined
loaf Sugar,
10 boxes Catsup, Pepper Sauco and
I'ickles,
25 boxes Fire Crackers,
10 do Stone Pipes,
2000 Gun Flints.
The undersigned would cordially In
vite the trade and the public in general
to examine their complete
Assortment of Groceries,
which they will sell at the very lowest
market prices.
HENKING & CADOT,
Wholesale & Retail Grocers
April 28, 1853. tf
New Goods
AT PORTER,
rarlheHpriai aaa Hammer Trade, 1S33.
HEBARD & WALKER,
A RE receiving direct from the Im
Xl posters and Manufacturers
large and splendid assortment of
Goods of all descriptions,
suitable for the season, which they offer
to the citizens or Porter and vicinity, at
prices unusuajly low. The articles
they keep for sale are of the "first tea
ter, and no mistake, and will be sold
for a very small advance on cost, for
Cash or its equivalent only. We
would respectfully say to the public that
we intend to sell at more moderate prof
its than the same quality of goods have
ever before been sold in Porter. The
nimble "sixpence" we are after, not the
sluggish dollar, for the "sixpence" in
hand will do us more good than the dol
lar on the shelves or in the clutches of
a miser.
Porter. O.. March 31. 1853. tf
FRESH
GROCERIES.
FORD & DROUILLARD,
IIAVhjust received a large and well selee
ted slock of Fresh Groceries, having pur-
cnaspa incin irora nrst hands, which they are
enabled to sell at extremely low prices, at
wholesale and retail. In addition to their
large stock, they have received
6 hhdsN O Sugar;
3 bis Loaf do, double refined;
3 do crushed do
3 do nowdered do
25 do Molasses;
5 do sngarhouse Molasses ;
6 do Mackerel;
3 tierces Rice;
2 casks Saleratus;
2 do Soda; 20 boxes Soap;
25 boxes Candles;
5 do fancy toilet and shaving Soap;
15 do Layer end MR Raisins;
25 sack prime Rio Coffee ;
25 doz Shaker and enmrnon Brooms l
10 do Zinc Wa.h Boards;
40 do painted Buckets;
10 do do Tubs and Keelers;
400 lbs Candy;
5000 fine Regalia and Principe Cirars:
15000 half Spanish Cigars;
au gross fine cut chewing and smoking To
ns eco;
30 reams rap and letter Paper:
10,000 letter Envelopes, fine and common ;
Cnglish Blue tirass seed;
Osage Orange do
Cauliflower do
Marrafat Peas; Turnip blood beet seeds;
Hardware: Queensware: Glassware, and
large variety of notions too numerous to men.
tmn. Call and examine for yourselves at the
FORD & DROUILLARD.
March 10, 1853.
COVERLET & CARPET TOraC.
JAY A. VAN VLECK,
PftSHES to inform the publie that be has set
up his Machinery at hisold stand am
1 1. : n l. r . . o ,
" u " " muna reaay 10 weave Cover
lets and Carpets, flowered, at anv time mli.j
upon, wis he has procured some splendid pat
terns, be wishes all, getting work doue in his
line, to give him a call before ret tine th.i
wot oune ai any omer snop, rersons living
nM, th. I . .J l 1 . . .
Jay A. Van Vleck, Gallipolis. Ohio.
' wuu inrii win a niiw ram .
Coloring done if required. 8ixtr ent of
co'ion ran ana sixty of woolen vara fa. .
of Coverlets, or one hundred and twenty
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MftS.E.'UQQES'S
Cholera, Dysentery and Di
arrhoea Cordial,
Am InaMrflaM and Perfect
IV re
fjMiwtmlaei
uiMm, aM
IVeMlilT,
WHERE this all-powerful antidote is at hand,
1 Cholera it bo longer to be seriously feared,
or looked apon with terror as this Cordial
will raott assuredly cure the disease ia tbe
coarse of a very few boors, if taken at tbe com
mencement. It has been before the public for more than
seventeen years, and was tbe first article sade
known to the public as an
- ImmcaMase mui Perfect fare af tae
CHOLERA.
It has been thoroughly tested in every country
and every climate, and its effect baa everywhere
proved the same; suikto cuac even where the
disease has advanced to its last stages.
CHOLERA.
Accounts almost daily reach nt of the rava
ges of toe CHOLKA, both at heme and abroad,
and of the little success which has thus far at
tended tbe attempts to check its frightful in
roads on human life.
Such being tbe fact, it surely may be regar
ded as an era in modern discoveries, that a
medicine baa been discovered possessing the
power of checking the progress of the cholera,
and eradicating it from the system.
Mrs. Kidder would most respectfully call the
attention of tbe public to this invaluable med
icine, known as her
Chelrfa, ITelrrv aaa Dtarrfcaeas
Cor din I.''
Many thousand lives have been saved by this
medicine, when the disease bad advanced to iti
hut stages.
It is hoped that every housekeeper will keep
the cordial at hand, and, if timely administer
ed, but little danger is to be apprehended from
an attack of the
Cholera, Dysentery or Diarrhoea.
This Cordial Immediately checks the vomit
ing, relieves the pains, steps tbe Diarrhoea, and
restores the bowels to a perfectly regular and
healthy state, however severe the attack may
be. or however low the patient may have be
come, it invariably restores.
The Severest Cases ol Dysentery
are immediately counteracted, the pains are
allayed, the bowels healed, and not unfrenuent
ly the bowels become perfectly regulated and
restored in the short space of ten or twelve
hours.
Chronic Diarrhoea,
Either in children or adults, of months or years
continuance, is most readily cured with this
cordial, notwithstanding they may be reduced
to mere skeletons; it immediately strengthens
and shortly restores them to perfect health.
Cholera Infantum.
It has saved the lives of many thousand chil
dren when reduced to death1 donr by this com
plaint it gives them immediate rehef,and they
very soon recover.
Sea Sickness.
It is a most pleasant and desirable remedy
for Sea Sickness. It checks tbe vnm'tinr and
readily restores tbe patient. It invariably
checks vomiting, produced from any cause
whatever.
Children that are Teething,
if inclined to diarrhoea, should always be pro
vided with this medicine, as it will keep the
bowels regulated, and keep off the canker. It
is wholesome, safe and pleasant to the taste;
and children are fond of it, and will take it
without trouble or dislike.
For General Debility and Dyspepsia,
it is a most excellent restorative, giving a heal
thy tone to both the stomach and bowels, and
prevents food from pressing or distressing tbe
stomacn.
MRS. E. KIDDER, 100 Court
street, Boston, Who is the inventor
and sole proprietor. Sold in bottles,
holding nearly a pint, for fifty
cents.
KIDDER & BRIGGS, Genera!
Agents for the Southern and West
ern States, 200 Walnut street, Cin
cinnati, Ohio.
Forsale in Gallipolis, by
L. P. MAGUET.
March 17. 1853. 6m
ABIA ZELLER,
WHOLESALE Druggist, Dealer in Eng.
lish, French. German and American
Chemicals Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
T I ' ' I n i rf-I. n -
iyes, varnisnes, orusnet, o last ware, rerlume-
&c N. E. corner Main and Columbia
streets, Cincinnati, offers to druggists, Country
ftlercnant. and rtiysieians, a very extensive
stock of the foregoing articles. Confines his par
ticular attention to shipping Medicines of tbe
best quality and feels confident that his prices
for that grade of goods are as low as those of
any other bouse in the City.
zy Special attention given to orders,
'incinnati. Feb. 10.1853.
NEW AND FRESH ARRIVAL
OF
GROCERIES,
AT
HENKING 4- CADOTS.
VliLKb the citizens of tis place, country
II Merchants and Faimers will constantly
find tbe largest and best selected stock of Gro
ceries ever Drought to this market.
All our articles are bought from first bands
large quantities, and will be sold at the verv
lowest prices. The time is now at hand to
buy your supplies cheap! "Come one, come
ill.' Kqceived per steamer Susquebannah
hhds N O Sugar, strictly prime ;
do , do rood fair:
bbls N O Molasses, prime ;
40halfbft do
bbls Sugarbouse Molasses;
S do Loaf Surer, double refined
do Crushed do;
do powdered Sugar;
5 do clarified do;
sacks Rio Coffee, from good to prime;
tierces Rice;
8 baskets best Olive Oil;
bis White Wine, (Haut Sauterne;)
boxes Claret Wine;
do Muscat do;
do assorted French Cordials:
3 eases Sardines,
Received per steamer Buckeye State--15
doz painted Buckets;
do Beaver do;
do Nos 1,2 and 3 Tubs;
nests do;
doz Keelers, all sizes ; .
do Brooms;
boxes Tobacco, best brands ;
do W R Cheese;
doz Bed Cords;
bbls Crackers; '
boxes Raisins;
drums Firs ; for sate low at . "
HENKING & CADOT'S
Wholesale and retail Grocery Store,
March 10, 1853. . . .-, , .
, Family Flonr.
BKST qualities of Family Flour of various
brands, can at all times be bad in Quanti
to suit purchasers, at '
HENKING & CADOT'S.'
Feb. 10, 1853.
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8. B. DIOOrLLARD-
' FORD & DROUILLARD,
WHOLES A LB RETAIL '
G R O C E R S
Comer Court and Third street,
GALLIPOLIS, OHIO.
fry- Tha hiehest market price
Goods paid for all kinda of Produce.
March 31,1853.
Sugar and Molasses.
NEW ORLEANS SUGAR, Lump and
Loaf do, double refined do. Crushed and
Powdered do ; New Orleans Molassee, Sugar-
bouse do, of St. James Refinery; Leighton Su
garhouse Molasses end Golden Syrup, just re
ceived and for sale by
FORD St DROUILLARD.
flOFFEE. Rio Coffee, fair
J atrictly prime; Old Governmen
Java, received nod for sale by
Ford & Droulllard.
TK S. Superior Young Hyson,
Young Hyson, Gunpowder, superi
or Black Tea, Imperial and Extra Imperial,
nst received and for sale in quantities to suit
purchasers. FORD & DROUILLARD.
SUi D It I ES. Saleratus, S. C.
Soda, S. P. Indigo, superior Mad
ras do. Madder, Alum, Rp. Salts, chipped Log
wood, Pepper, Allspice, Ginger, Cloves. Cinna
mon, mustard, nutmeg, roaee, vermieella, mac
earoni, ground pepper, do allspice, do cloves,
cinnamon, do ginger, do mustarVI, copperas,
Preston and Merrill's infallible yeast powders,
pearl starch, Bragg's superior corn starch, pre
served pine apples, do citron, dates, sardines,
pepper sauce, tomato catsup, assorted pickles,
salad oil, prunes in fancy bores, do in jars.
fresh lemons. Layer Raisins. MK do, seedless
do, Zant currants, English walnuts, filberts, al
monds, Bmz.il nuts, cream nuts, firecrackers,
herring, maeea boy snuff, rappee do. Gates' blue
heed matches, butter crackers, water do, soda
do, do biscuit, Boston crackers, lemon syrup;
also a large and complete assortment of staple
and fancy candies, iust received and for sate
Ford & DrouilIard.
rpOBACCO.-Virginia Cavendish
J of different brands, Mo. 5s, Ky, 5s,
supenor c. do 5s, h twist, Anderson's fine cut
chewing tobacco, Mrs. Miller's do do. pure yel
low bank tobacro. Union Cavmdish, fine cut do,
all of which will be sold at low prices by
Ford & DrouilIard.
COD FIST!, iust received and for sale bv
FORD & DROUILLARD.
TTTOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
r V V Painted Buckets, do Tubs, do
Keelers, eednr brass bound Buckets, covered
do, bail boxes, willow cradles, clothes baskets,
retii-ules, market baskets, wooden churns, wil
low chain, encoa dippers, mop handles, butter
moulds, rat ties, roll i nr. Dins, zinc washboards.
small painted buckets potatoe smashers, beef
steak pounders, hnlf bushel measures, neck do.
half peck do, Shp.kei and common brooms, half
brooms, whisks, cedar faucetts and clothes Pins
just received and for sale at
FORD &. DROUILLARD'S
New Cash Grocery.
OOAP AND CANDLES. Summer
O Mould and Star Candles: Dure Pnlm
Soap, Oleine do, fancy bar do, Buena Vista and
aimnnfl shavinr soan. barbers' faner cake do.
just received and forsale at
Ford & Drouillard's.
QTATIOXF.RV, cic. Cop and Let-
ter faper, trench Lined and Plain
Common Bonnet Boards, Arnold's
Chemical Writing Fluid. Superior Car
mine, Quills, Fine Metallic Pens, Seal
ing Wax, Ink Stands, Sand Boxes, Me
tallic Sand, Rules, ozc. fee., for sale by
FORD & DROUILLARD.
Nov. 11. 1852.
iMacIifrel,
JUST received and forsale by
nov U FORD St. DROUILLARD.
CIGARS. Imported, Chrystal Pal
ace, La Fermiza, Los Banderas, La
Minerva, La Norma, Cazadores. CI aro Princi
pe, extra Ho. I Havana sixes; also best half
Spanish and common, for sale at
Ford it Drouillard's.
CORDARE. Manilla Rope, Hemp
do. hemD bed cords. Manilla An
do No. 1 and 2, do 6 strand do. Jute clothes
lines, hemn halter ran., m. n n. ,1- k.n-. -
twine, sewing do, plow lines, candle wick, &.C.,
ius 1 Hie uj
Ford & DrouilIard.
BAR LEAD, Shot, S B Percussion
Caps, Dupont's Rifle Powder.
blasting powder, pure white lead, Sp. whiting,
lard oil. Mason's challenge blacking, dairy salt
in sacks, extract of coffee, bottle corks, Bragg's
corn starch, nails, spikes, window g'ass, all si
zes; grain shovels, common do, spades, axes.
naieneis, nammers, augurs, gimlets, shoe tacks,
curry combs, and a variety of notions forsale
at IURU St DROUILLARD'S,
ITIarble Miniature Frames
rPHE subscriber will manufacture at
J his Marble Works, in Portsmouth
Marble Framesor Miniatures,
every size. Those in this vicinity
wisning 10 procure ttiem, can do so bv
caning on v. tti. t-iaoa. tea., who will
order them as desired. Specimens can
aiso te seen at Mr. rvs office.
H. R.CHARLESWORTH.
Gallipolis, Feb. 24, 1853. tt
E A, 1 1: fl G
AND
EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
THE subscriber continues to receive cVpo
sites on time, or to be repaid on call.
Discounts Drafts, Bills of Exchange, or notes
Dion.
Draws Checks on any Point in the United
Blares.
Furnishes Bills of Exchange on the princi
commercial cities in Earooe. .
Makes collections in any part of the United
States or Europe.
Buys and sells Gold, Silver, oncurrent notes.
Land Warrants, County and Corporation Or.
oers.
Pays Interest on time depositee as follows:
Depositee at 4 months at tbe rate of 3 per
cent per year; . .
deposites at S months, at tbe rate of 4 per
cent, per year;
deposites at 9 months, at the rate of 5 per
cent, per year;
depositee at 12 months, at the rate of 6 per
cent, per year.
N. R Office hours Iran 8 A. M. to 12 M-
from 1 tot P.M.
CHARLES HENKING,
Jsn . 20. 1851 ly
D. S. FORD.
Tobacco.
BOXES Virginia tobacco, just received
and for sale at manufacturer's prices br
FORD & DROUILLARD.
Dec. 16, 1852.
In
to
do
by
F
New Arrival.
HATS. CAPS $ MUFFS.
JOHN S. CONNELL,
Has just received a hea
vy stock of HATS fc CAPS
from the East, of every de
scription, all of the very la
test fashion and finest quali
ty, which, with the stock on hand of
home manufacture, renders his assort
ment complete, all of which he offers
to his friends and the nublie generally
at the lowest prices, for
Cash, Furs or Country Produce
generally, at the store formerly occupied
by the late Jos. Vogin.in the Star build
ine. Also. Ladies MUFFS, of the
finest quality, n beautiful and very comfortable
article lor this season of tbe year. Persons
are invited to call and examine his stock be
fore making purchases, as be flatten himself be
can please al!.
He has also a large stock of Clothing which
he is selling cheaper than Jew or GentUe.
De-, 30, 1851. tf
BROWN'S ESSENCE OF
Jamaica Ginger.
THIS Essence is warranted to possess, in a
concentrated form, all tbe valuable properties
of Jamaica Ginger, and will be found, on trial,
an excellent Family Medicine. It is particu
larly recommended as a tonic, to persons re
covering from fever or other diseases, a few
drops imparting to the stomach glow and
vigor equal toa wine.glassful of brandy or other
stimulant, without any of the debilitating
effects which are sure to follow the nse of liquor
of any kind; and it is therefore especially ser
viceable to children and females. To the aged
it will prove a great comfort; te the dispeptie,
and to those who are predisposed to gout or
rheumntie affections, it gives great relief; and
to the inebriate who wishes to reform, but
whose stomach isronstantly craving the noxious
liquor, it is invaluable giving tone to the
digestive organs, and strength to resist tempta
tion ; and is consequently a great agent in
the eause of temperance.
For sale by L. P. MAGUET, Gallipot-,
Ohio.
October 14. 1852. ly
WOOLLEN GOODS,
CHEAPER THAN EVER,
AT TBS
Union Factory .
Patronise Ilea
.Tlaaaractare.
THIS establishment, which has been
i? full operation more than two
years, has, within the last year, received
an additional set of new machinery,
and the proprietors feel confident that
they are fu'ly prepared to give perfect
satisfaction to their patrons. Their
machinery being the
Best and most Approved,
and their workmen experienced and
faithful, the Goods manufactured will
equal in quality any in the East or
West, and will be so'd at prices as low.
Who will not patronize the home man
ufacturer When quality and price
are as favorable? The proprietors trust
that merchants and others, wishing to
purchase Uooda ol the desciption man
utactured at their mill, will extend
them their patronage. They are also
prepared to
Card Rolls, Spin, Full, Dress and
Finish Cloths, Shawls, Blankets,
OR ANY KIND OF GOODS,
for customers, at vert low rates, but in
all cases
be Weal aawal fee brought Cleaw.
P. S. Price forCarding Rolls White
5c.; Mixed, 6 to 7c: Carding and Spin
ning, 1 5c, and other work in proportion.
07 I he most liberal prices paid for
nr . -
wool, at the factory.
Gallipolis, April 24, 18ol.
Ce-Fanaenhla Pfaslee.
HAVE this day'associated with me, in the
a. Liquor business, Wm. J. Phimism, former
ly in the Hardware store of H. R. Kinney, of
misplace. I he business will be carried on
under the name and firm of James Hickman,
Jr. &. Co. JAMES HICKMAN, Jr.
Portsmouth, March 10, 1853.
JAMES HICKMAN, IK. W. t. SHI7B! AN.
J ATI Km mt K.TIAnr, Jr. at CO
(Successors to dikes St Buskirk,)
Wholesale DealVra la Foreign aaa De
xaeeiic a.sejaara,
No. 6, Front sheet. Portsmouth, Ohio.
BOURBON Whiskey. 20 bis on band fnXi
one to ten years old, for sale at No. 6.
March 10, '53. J. HICKMAN, Ja. St CO
LIiUORS.Brendy, Wine, Gin. Rum,
etc-, both Foreign and Domestic, en
band and for sale at No. 6.
I.HlCKMAN.Js.fcCO.
nECTlFIED Whiskey From 100 to 200 bis
M always on band snd for sale at No. (!.
March 10. J. HICKMAN, Jr. St CO.
NOTICE.
The subscriber still con
tinues to carry on the SAD-
UL.IINU BUSI
NESS, at the
same old stand.
sdioining the Copper. Tin snd Sheet
Iron ware manufactory of F. Mathers &
Co., where he is ready to furnish all va
riety ol baddies. Harness, Whips. Col
lars, Hames, Portmanteaus, Saddle
Bags, and everything else usually kept
in such an establishment, and of as good
an article and as low price as can be
found in the western country, i nana
ful for past favors, he solicits a continu
ance of the same.
. H. R. BELL.
Gallipolis, March 31, 1853. ly
APPLES & POTATOES
75 bushels Dried Apples;
. 200 do. Potatoes, la store and
for sale by
FORD & DROUILLARD.
Fob. 14, 1853. "
FAMILY FLOUR,
)F different brands, constantly on
hand snd for ssle by
FORD & DROUILLARD.
ULL assortment of Qoeenswaro and Glass
ware, which we are selling very tew
Ford dc DrouilIard.
rOBACCO. Best Virginia Pound Lomps,
5's and Pi. for sale by
Mensger, Blackford & Co.
April 14, 185.
by
in
the
the
and
very
we
hold
RA
01
REMOVED r ;
BUCKEYE CLOCK,
No. I, Front street.
w. s. oaKsa. " . w. nsmt.
i
WHOLESALE GROCERS
. ana
PRODUCE DEALERS,
Buckeye Block, Front street,
rOKTSMOCTH, OHIO.
SPECIAL NOTICE. .
WE have said eat eur entire interest In
the Liquor easiness to Mr. Janes Hicr
nan, Jr., who will carry en the same at ear eld
stand. No. 6. Front street. We would recom
mend all our customers and dealers in that ar
tiele to him. We have removed to eat new
building. No. 1, Buckeye Block, where we will
continue the enstesale Grocery and Produce
business exclusively, aod will keep a full end
complete stock of every thin belonging to tbe
business, and shall nse our very best endeavors
to please all who may favor ns with their cus
tom, by giving them good articles at the asual
low prices for which our House has obtained
the reputation of selling at.
OAKE3 BusrtaK,
oct 7 No. 1, Buckeye Block, Front it.
Sug-ars.
A HHDS. Prime N . O.
v 5 boxes Havana No. 1.
10 bbls Crushed and powdered, very fin.
50 do Loaf, assorted Noe.
An of good quality, and for sale very low, at
No, 1, Buckeye Block, by .
OCt 7 OAKBS tc BCSKIKK.
rp.K, Pitch and Oakum,
JL always on hand and for sale at low
prices at No. 1, Buckeye Block, by
OCt 7 OAKES It BCSKIEK.
Italslns.
r A BXS MB, est quality.
9V7 50 hf bis do do
For sale at No. 1, Buckeye Block, by
OCt 7 OAKES St BDSKIIK.
Candles and Soap.
25
BXS summer Candles;
boxes riim Map:
10 do Fancy Soap;
10 do Star Candles;
10 hf bxs do do
20 qr do do do
all of the best quality, for sale low by
OAKES & BOSriBX,
oct 7 No I, Buckeye Block.
U SO Mi
Principes, all trades:
iu m nne negaiias;
10 M Canones do
6 M very tine Havana;
50 M Half Spanish.
In the article of Cirars, we are prepared to
accommodate and please all. Call and see us
at No I, Buckeye Block.
OCt 7 OAXES & BuSXlHI.
Cotton Yarns. Ac.
YARN, Batting, Candle Wick, Twine, sic
Being Agents for Cornel 4. Perry's factory,
we have at all times a large and well selected
stock for sale at manufacturer's prices.
OAXES & BDSKIHX,
oet 7 No. 1, Buckeye block.
Tobacco.
BAYING made arrangements with manufac
turers in Virginia, to be regularly supplied.
we are now enabled to ofiVi great inducements
in this line. Our stock at present consists in
part of the following:
10 bxs Sutherland's One.
20 do Anderson's fine pounds.
5 do J M Rose, a very fine article.
20 do Muerus pounds, very good.
100 do various brands of 5s, 8s and 10s, good,
better and best.
10 do the Ambrosia, super extra anti-nervous,
very fine.
20 do Andersen and other fine brands of
fine cut chewinr.
all of which will be sold st low prices, at ths
Cheap Depot, No 1, Buckeye Block.
OCt 7 OAKKS St Bl'SKIBK.
Teas.
BALF ebeits and quarters, of Imperial ; Gun
powder; Young Hyson, and Black Teas.
some of which are very tine we think a better
article than has ever been offered for sale in
this market; all of which we will sell very low.
OAKES k BUSKIRK,
act 7 No. I, Buckeye Block.
Coffee.
BAGS strictly Prime;
50 bap Good, for sale at low prices by
150
OAKES tc BCSKIKK, .
oet T No 1, Buckeye Block.
Shot, Powder and Lead.
1 A KEGS assorted Nos. Shot.
1 V 50 kees Powder. Dunont's best.
5000 lbs bar Lead. For sale by
OAKES tt BUSKIRK,
oet 7 No. 1, Buckeye Block .
FLOUR Always on hand all good brands,
including Emmitt's brand Family Flour.
for sale at market rates, by
OAKES Jc BUSKIRK,
oct 7 No , Buckeye Block, Front st.
BKOO.TI ?0O dozen, al! grades,
for sale low by , ,
OAKES St BUSKIRK,
et 7 No 1, Buckeye Block.
Golden Syrup.
OBBLS New York Syrup, a very fine arti
cle, to which we would particularly call the
ttention of tbe public For sale reasonable
OAXES it BDSKISK.
oet 7 No 1. Buckeye Block.
itiolassesi.
SUFFICIENT skxk for the season, of both
N. O. and Sugar-house.
OCt 7 OAKES & BUS II sr.
MATCH ES 4 cases Gates' Blue
head Matches, for sale by
OAKES sc BUSKIRK,
t 1 No L, Buckeye Block.
NEW Orleans Sugar
15 hhds just received and for sale
E. DELETOMBE & CO.
Feb. 3, 1863.
HENKING & CADOT,
HAVING connected ourselves ia the
general wholesale and retail.
GROCERY BUSINESS,
this place, we beg leave to inform
eitixeos and publie in general, that our
stock consists of every artteJe of Gaocsiise
heretofore sold in this market, as likewise oi
finer kinds of Family Groceries .
Having ssade eur purchases from first bands,
being determined to keep none bet too
best of articles, (for details of which we
to eur advertisement In another column,)
natter ourselves that we eill be enabled to
out such inducements to purchasers as to
secure to ourselves a share of public patronage.
HENKING & CADOT.
Joly 15. 1851 tf
BBL& Kanawha Salt, just received east
for sale by FORD St DROUILLARD.
October 91,1153.

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