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For the Sentinel t Fanner.
'.. Speeches 'Bloomerism. Mes&ra. Editors: Tlie great swaof news paper literature has cast up nothing within few weeks of greater beauty nd inipor tance, than Victor Hugo'a speech rn defence -of hi con, an J Mrs. Niehol's lecture on Fe male Dress. ' On widely different subjotU, in far differ ent countries, they arc both masterly mani festations of the progress of the age. And though the' eloquence of the father, and his noble assertion, that lie, himself, was the "criminal in behalf of injured humanity, could not avert the sentence of the law from lus on; and the other will not escape the sneers which at first, public opinion, ever so ,pkn eously shawers upon reformers, particularly if they are women, yet who would net be roud to have filled the position of either? i Hut capital punishment here has many iWe antagonists; its justness among the libe ral minded and intelligent is much question ed; and it is not lie deemed absolutely heret ical to doubt whether "legal murder" is a People's best security from crime, or the 4nost acceptable sacrifice to an offended Deity. 'With your permission, Jlessrs. Editors, I Vould calljttention to the obiter lecturer and ilier subject. - IntellectauiHy, Mrs. Nichel's address n ""Bloomerisni' is beyond critism it com mends itself to nil capable of understanding lit. A or is it the first time that the fashiona ble foibles of women, have afforded material for splendid essays of commingled philosophy ;and wit. The management of snuff-boxes and the motion of fans were innocent sub . jects of some of tlie pithicst papers of Addi son and the playful sarcasm of Steele. Physically and morally, tlie lady's address can only array power, pride and prejudice against it. When such women propose a change, the only wonder is that those can be found who doubt its propriety, or find other excuse than timidity, for its non-adoption, There always are fearful, nervous, ' orderly people, whose scruples are aroused and - consciences disturbed by any symptoms of '-. change in existing customs who cling con Vulsively to establishments, whether of church state, or , the prerogatives of fashion. We cannot wonder then, that they should, be come excited, when the sacred subject of a 'Jady's gown promises to be drawn before the people for revision, renovation or ahbrevia . tion. ' Gowns, whether eclcsiasticnl or secu lar, tlie order, party deem consecrate from jprofane hands,f no matter how many abuses may lurk among their ample folds. Yet, says Channing "Times and eases may oc cur when order degenerates into crime." Ladies, if your present dress is cumber some, expensive, unhealthy, suicidal, in heaven's name, curtail, correct, improve it; and that too without referring to the men for its final adjustment. ; It is practical pooof that women need freedom, when reference must stillbe had to the other sex, before they can decide as to adopting a change which in no ways' concerns any but themselves. They surely own to the imputation of dressing most for the admiration of men, when there is a chance for a desirable reformation as re gards comfort, and yet hesitate to adopt it. f We take it for granted that all wearino- them do desire escapement from long hung, heavy O O a , i . . . I I'lllHllllllimdOlO, flllA V.LUUWilH3tB tltlV.ti-. II ill' skirts, whatever they may otherwise savin,'. ' v i... , , - w ttt dies feel iheir present garb an til hard to order to seem proper 1 Would the men so1, , , , . . . . , . , itt -i-o I bear and deleterious m lt.seflects, there is no debase themselves before our prejudices "Slaves always find masters." 1'ower of every kind reluctantly yields to innovations. Ladies! unexpectedly there is now a door iwrown open unto you tor acliange a peace-, ful change one which threatens not tD sub- j vert Church or btate-a oukg that has the , .dvantiigeof permission, y kTaendatioii . from the men. See to it, that . , ... . ., you accept so jn-eat a pnvilei'e while you may, even should it be of little advantage ana less conunuance, lor you are creating to yourselves a precedent opening out to much more important benefits. , I I hern mav he snme men found tvhn inuwt , . . . . . there shall be no invasion of time honored customs, in their domestic dominions; just as the .Autocrat of Russia resists all encroach- mcntsi upon his power;' compels poor little , , r . .if . ,. , roland to implicit obedience (whose dress , , , v among other things he prescribes bylaw) ,. , . n and is suspected of trying to bribe and lnflu-, ciice other national families back, to old-' fashioned despotism. , Yet, notivithstanding, e Kimneei the Poles have A lurkinir tie.nrJumt. 1 -- ox- r t-t i i i i .e , j ioi ireeuoni: anu tvouiu rauier, it mey uareu, ' . . ... Hihnnui thAir nwn favhlons. - ton uy some oi ttie citizens, neaueu oy wen. Nicholas like other men is a great friend to Goddard, who in a short speech formally in protcction. No matter whether or not their formed Mr. Vinton of his nomination by the -services were desired, he and his Dredeces-1 w Convention as their candidate for Gov- -wrs aiway mnm proiecs roiana. vv neuier ( their patronage lias been productive of ex- . i i . t-v s i in i traordinary happiness to their weak sister, diistory gives a sadly eloquent answer. I hik the undue amount of peace and pros- , , , . .penty enjoyed by the caredfor Poland, will not be so enticing to Americans as to cause j 4hcm to abandon their faith in individual :.vere!trntv. to destroy their constitution, or ' j i j Jl ii. . i .! cease, declaring and maintaining their right, to indejicndencc. ' ' '1 'f i. ' J .' I beme men are. determined that , women tnced protection something to lean upon a resource which are women may consider as similar to the support that a standing army 'supplies to some kingdoms, very dear to those who pay - the price, .very little needed for every , day service, and of most ad ' vantage to those "in power" as a terror to all evil doers who insist upon domestic 'rtghts," than actually required for defence from foreign foes. It would take many masculine arguments to convince me that Poland required Russian protection, tliat strong women could not sup port their weak msters.or that a standing ar my was necessary to the safety of a Repub lic. Can a subjugated people h,vo more re spect and love for its subduers, than if ad mitted to an equality of privileges? Is it not more probable that nations standing on an equal footing will huv most real courtesy for eash otlier "''A.' tro , independence where laws benr on nil vXe, is the most faJ vored soil, for the production of all the vir - tues. Charity, truth have a kindlier growth stinted sunbeams of den islied Democractic maxim is governed too much." , Wour-h and chil dren I suppose arc included in this category -too much restraint, w ill even excite them tofebillion. Into our ideas of heaven, where we i may suppose the greatest good to exist there enters more of love than justice, and peace, rest ma freedom are among the pa ramount objects of our celestial aspirations. "As with families so with nations" is a favo rite phrase. Equally true is it, as with na tions so with families. Ladies, you need not be none the less useful, intelligent, amiable and virtuous be cause maintaining your heaven born equality T lien you may esteem, friendship and confi dence, that will richly compensate you for the loss of any Polish-like-protective love, with which some men would fondly surround If tlie ether sex feel they are likely to loose some of tlieir darling prerogatives, as a warning palliative, let them remember, that as a country is sometimes impoverished by too much government, as commission houses and protective policies oft-times absorb all the profits of trade under their control ; so the wealth of a woman's intellect and affec tions may be exhausted by too many arbi trary conventionalisms, and too high a price .paid for the confidence she has entrusted to her deputed agents. Mie is beginning to feel that like the red man of the forest she has been cheated out of benefits substantial for a few gew-gaws of "social elevation" and the intoxicating glass of flattery: She is willing to barter back again some of this tin sel finery for more homely but more useful goods. She is now willing to dispense with some of the high-sounding angelic attributes which have been so lavishly imputed to her to become the worthy companions of every day life. Now, male attire docs not embody all dressable perfection, but if in this breaking up of old customs any other combination of clothes is evolved, that is a lesser evil, then shall the dress agitation not have been in vain. In this crusade against skirts only let truth triumph, where error hath hitherto prevailed. ' Full flowing skirts are beautiful. The taste of antiquity and modern times agree in admiration of pyramidal forms; but every one knows such structures must have strength and breadth of buse, and nia'ny women feel that fur their beauty of outline, they must support a weight of woe. Of course without shortening them less skirts could be used, hut" tlw Jinnforancn ti' vtvomn 1-n.fli ivltlmnf 1 propoitionate thickness isanv thimrbut love - lv. Divide the same length into irrCLailar or equal parts, as in the .Bloomer costume, and the artistic effect is more pleasing. Bit- siuoss men comlain that for their daily nv. 1 J oeations a large sack coat how would they feel w ith ten times the quan tity of cloth suspended from their waists? The amount of goods required for a lady's dress always was a source of complaining astonishment to the men. If the "new dress" is no more beautiful, yet more healthy, con venient and inexpensive, which physicians philanthropists, and economists attest; if la- good reason why they should not "amend 4l . ... .. , . , .,. i their constitution by any other habiliments , u 7",U1U lu ""vaney chanq;e aai should the. lirupo.iod amend-! mr.fo f..n t.- r n , .. Zl ... 3 . vuBiuin n in soon. .uiicuoti any lasiuoil. .AIlll, T i . . . .v...v. -v ' ! foolish enough to laugh and sneer at you for - - - 4, ' . . ' . , ' ' . , ' '! ' ' , , T re I ... . . . timid to come out singly, "associate;" halt . a dozen or so might appear together. Yet why need any one be ashamed of a notoriety tc wliieh tin nlium nttuetw.c Tubi tbn tyi a f " . . , . , . , - , , , ter into consideration and finally conclude to . . . , , A, ' , , come out in the? colors of the truly humane ,, . , ' 'd heroic Mrs. Bloomer. . P P . TTT . , Acceptance of Mr. Vinton-Open- Wlff 01 1116 CanVaSS. n t?:,i t,.i., iti, xr, v:.,t,. ; X' liunv, u uiy 'wi, mi. luiuu, uuiiii; i , 1, , -, n , -i i nt Putnam opposite Zanesville, was waited ; vo x iiutiy, u uiy -tt.il, txi. . joioii, i i-xi. i i. ,i i. i crnor. Wr Viuton repli(,a o thflt gpeC(.h h1u j. ing briefly to his political career and senti- ments, tendering his thanks for the honor uonenim oy ine mecung present, anu ex- Press'mf hgratltifca',,0.tt "l bu'nS no"u" ueeoftlio Whigs of Ohio, for the first office within t,ejrgjft as a state. Mr. Vinton says in the course of his re- marks, that in twenty-five years service in ingress, the people ol Uino Have Had op- portunity enough to learn his views t ..; ,, . nnt A,a tha ,. of pub- ire sent r,ur,,.,,c,j rt(,ll ll.nm fi'-,rv fl,ile tii-oo' canvass, call them trom their hresules to hear him making stump speeches or words to that effect. , lie will not engage actively in the canvass, unless some unforseen neces sity should arise, requiring him todoso. We may take it then, that he will not imitate the course of Judge Johnson that if he is to bo defeated, ho will remain at home, and spend no useless time and breath to insure that event. , Mr. Vinton assures the people of Mus kingum county that he voted against the New Constitution. He says he was opposed to the change( but ho petitions the people of Ohio to pass the subject by as a test. . He says: "I lie expediency ottneJNew Consti tution is no longer an open question.' We are past its consideration. , ,. ., j ;'. ' We renlv that this is true in a verv limited sense, which amounts to nothing practically, in the present canvass. Tlw question of a- doption in nothing now it is truc-nor was that mere question abstractly of much con sequence ever, it was dependent ana bkd- ordinate wholly. The intrinsic principles ef the JNew Constitution was the great matter; and thev vet and will . while that Constitu. tian MtAmlu, rronuill In tliA Kin! a a mnm.nlnii . I cjuestion, of tho most vital concern, vnd one ! lhatcannot be allowed to lapse into abeyance-1 ill love will there 1 coniui-ram w ney uioe, wmwueminy and languor ol tlie syst-m, derange-. . . am a -a. ,.;, iM.a,h the- " e -tmnw, wwn ue -muuaniemai ment ot the liver una stomach, want of an- I I p p I Il V II II I f',1 U , ti.4n iHtieatirUie iUwofouJo. andtUeUst of the claim! of1 peti. Ac. ; they re frequently the ivill of, 1 lltiOUUMNUC i.in. 'ltsener-;n)en nj . to uublic sunoort. it must! ,r,i;,.t.n .i.l 7 "IIX T I 1 A TVT " T r -. : ' tW ' the world! remain. . Lini ,mi K. .., ... u V VlT I JL 'Vil X . 1 We arc too fresh from the numerous and radical difference of all parties, as to the force and drift of certain provisions of the New Constitution, for tltoiu to need repitition. The party which has -bosrn Mr. Vinton ai its standard bearer, it seems has not been forgetful of those differences. They choose one that re -a vows his hostility to its adoption, nor in yielding it his submission, docs he in timate the abandonment of a single unfavor able opinion, v. Iwch tho , whigs as a party have declared they entertain of that instru ment. i, . , The declarations of Mr. Vinton are omens. The nomination of an entire ticket composed carefully of men who have assailed the New Coiisiitution, and charged it with t.ntoward tendencies, is rinolheromen. The re-affirmation of the Ohio State Journal, the party organ of the State, of the opinion that every description of church and graveyard proper ty is required to be taxed by the New Con stitution, and the reiteration ofall the adverse interpretations of the whig party, in tlie late canvass, are also ominous. The people are intelligent! enough to know that as a party think, they will act. .The dangerous? senti ments entertained by the wliigs as to the meaning of the New Constitution, are fresh in thu recollection of the people. These sentiments we represented by the vote of Mr. inton at the election, by his declara tions on accepting the nomination, and by the whole whig ticket. The people repudiated those sentiments on the 17th day of June last, bv sixteen thousand majority, incy . miwr wpuaiate them again, by the defeat of the whig ticket, O '1 . O .. . ' on the second Tuesday of October, or all the i j i .i J . rum nronhfisied hv that, nnrtv.ih eonsenucnc.e of the change of our fundamental law, will ... -. be wrought, if tho whigs did net make false avowals of their principles in the reform can vass. 0. Statesman. CINCINNATI MARKET-July 15. Flour is selling ai 3,10: ? Sales of MessVork at 13,50. ' A small sale of Sides at Cc. Whiskey is selling at 17 k- ' ',, Business generally is dull. NEW YORK MARKET July 15. Flour is lower; with sales of 3,000 bbls. at 412e for common to straight state brands, Southern is languid, with sales at 430 to 441. Corn is cheaper, with sales at 5G.J50c. Groceries arc quiet and declining. Sales of Ilio Coffee at 9c. Sales of Sugar at 5c. Rice is active at from 3 to 3.';c. -. -.: Linseed Oil is feeble ; American 71 to 73. Sales of Kentucky Tobacco at 5 J to 9c. !' Money Market Fancies are down to -J. Canton GOJ. Ohio G's 108. Morris Canal 1 G. Reading Railroad 57. - Whiskey is firm at 23. V. " 1 JJlxaLy"XIU. -- Uiyia. Sales of 32G bbls. of Howard street Flour at 412,1. j Sales of red Wheat at 90 to 95o. some very superior at 90c. Stiles of white at from 00 t() I u.-i.... n.. i r ... no . . .-,11 JCllOW is sellino- at 59c. Oats arc selling at 37 cents. Sales of Sugar at 5,G5C''. C, 05. : A small sale of Molasses at 2C. Sales of Sides at 9.(ji!!Jk, Shoulders 7 jC 7., Hams nt9ll c. " Sales of No. 1 Lard at llll.Jc. PHILADELPHIA MARKET. I I" i , . , , ., , Jul-V 1o 1-lour is stead v, with sales at 4,25. Sues '.en t.'i t"-iiri ri nr ' I've r lour at ,!,o7J. Lorn Meal is scarce July 15. U 2,37i. ,,P ,r.l ,...,1 Wl,..i ..i n,i.. ,..t,;... ... i.iv,ci v HI.IU' til i-i, line nu 98e for arimo Article. Hve is scarce at j mivc. Lorn is in tlemand at Ulc. Uats de of Whiskey at 24.c ' PITTSBURGH MARKET-Julv 15. fS d .5,25(3,31 troni store. i ridloo w mdlinrr -.! -'OII-e ls selling at luoiaes ooa common 6(.;9.. Roll l70c. No. 3 Mackerel Sales of Fealhei-s at3335c. vv hl!ilt Is se'hng al G2G8c. $ bush, Rye ' ' ... v- Common Hams arc sellino; at Shoulders G7, Sidqs Hams 101 U. :.,;., Ci, sugar cured . , , . i Dried Peaches are selling at 1,371,45, dried Apples 75 80. " , Wool. Sales of common at 30, one-fourth blood at 31c. Dealers are now paying from 29 to 39c. , - ' " i ;.. , ATT Tintr-CHTTr ri a mm-r -n ur tnTrtm ' """W"" VAX J.XUEI JIUUCbAJ!. J. allequknv vjitv, juiy i The market is well supplied with cattle. and a fair amount has changed hands. The , , fi ow no- ara tho iifTorimra! Renvo am head, Sheep and Lambs 1 50 head, lings about 40 head, Cows and Calves 50 to 60 j . . o . w head. BYTIjEGRAPH, Cows and Calves.r-'-The oflferirii did ndt'v b?"8',ni"1 niugniBcent piece of Bl,.ck silk, , , , ,- 0 ,. , exceed 25 head, a portion only of .which: "w-v v'v-, rv. -o H..,.vj . . .. , llog.s.--rWere scarce mid in good demand, saies oi aooui ou neaa were maue at ic, live weight ' 'Pi Cattle. The sales were as follows i be tween 250 and 300 changed hands at 2 3J- gross weight, equal to 567. net, the latter figures foraprimo article." . Sheep khd Lambs. Tho sales are about 1 . - . P . 1. . . A .1. 1 .1 t ' 1 . , 1 200 head, at prices ranging from $1,25 2,00 per head.. , , . STEUBENVILLE MARKET. Flour is selling at 2,083,12 by wagon. Sales of Wheat at 6465e, "We note sales of Oats at 25c. ' 1 " ' J New Orleans Molasses 37c, Sugar House 4G49c. Sugar is selling at 7c in hhtls, 7 J in bbls. Sales of Saleratus at 7c per keg. ' Coffeo sells at 10 1 4c per lb. by the bag Tea is selling generally at 40 to 70c. Sales of six twist Tobacco at 15 cts., five plug2535. '"--. Window Glass. Six 10, $3, 55 4; 10x12 84,O04,60r 10x14, $524X30, flSicr box. lntermediato sick 'ftt Corresponding rates. t ..'i JJ-rTbose indebted lo the "CADIZ SENTI NEC,'' for Volumes 16 nnd 17, will settle tficii nocounta with either nf the present editoia of tbe Sentinel, or Mr. M. M. Bartleson. and NONF. OTIIKR. TIIOS. L JEWBTT. ap30-tr ' 1 " . . .Truatee w - m ea . ; X 1 1 by A tew barrels o f Ircth Family Flout' J. BENNETT.. if Hundreds of our cititens complain ofj say to all so afflicted, do as we have done .sjet a bottle ortw of Dr. lloofland's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. Jackson, and our word tor it, yon will be cured. - We recom mend this medicine, knowitiirfrom experience that it is much superior to the generality of patent medicines. We would say to our readers, purchase none, unless prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia. 4 - . , - XWVfYio would not rather enjoy the pleasures of health, and the agreeable con sciousness of well being to the griping pains ofdisease---the bitter continuance of ill-health and the chHling thoughts of never recoverin". But of aH diseases, who is not most anx iotu U escape a disease of the Lungs f The very idea of falling a victim to Consumption, sends n tremot ci the heart-strings of life. But oh how joyous the thought that life and health are still our own, when just before despair had spread her dark mantel over ns. .. Such, kind reader, are the pleasurable sensations experienced bv hundreds who, by the use of " Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry," have this dire disease slowly but surely driven from their system ; and health rosy health, again restored to their lan guishing bodies. " To test the viitue of the valuable medicine, refer to the ndvertsis inent in another column. 2 SmorcLA. It has been remarked by em inent men, that m the varied catalogue ot diseases to winch man is liable, there is hoik; of such importance and of such interest as sw,.i T , I : ' , "J"K lolm; "niy oi US OriL'lIl. Its lnsillnniu nr.Mn-r.ce tlw. ,. U,,,, 3 ' . , ""o"V'0 "- - er ana var ety of or"ans that it attacks or , . .' . o." lnM " '"'i' or us remarua uu incnruh i.r and extensive fatality. Scrofula has baffled the skll of the raost eminent physicians ef this country and Eu ropes But there is an antidote for this dis e;ise m "Dr. Guysott's Krtrarl of Yellow Dork and Sarsajmrilla," ( which is proving itseii a specihc in the most severe cuse.S of bcrotula. bee advertisement. 2 Cadiz I'Hrcs. Cadiz, WKMNGsu.tr. Jnlv llili." Timothy teed,- $lj( Flour per IjuI, $-1,n(J I'.li.viT Mnn.l If... I! ..'I en ok'Vur bcoI. - - . $5:i(i flour nor cwt. - t'lnx seed, i . 1,0(1 Wheat per bushel, 55 J'lickwhcnt flour, Iiiitlerpcrlij.,--. .Tiilloiv, ...... IFeatliera, - - - - - Candles. Dried Peaches,'. .Dried Apple, . . 1 25 . - 8 --8 -31 - 10 U7 Corn,-- 33 Corn iiiciil, - - - . 35a37 Otits, 2itt25 Hay per ton, - . 5.(() Siili'8 i. Shdiililere, - - (i C2 1 1 n ma, - - - - .8 lleef in Market, . . 5a7 Kjirs ppr dozen, -- - 5 Woul, 30u5U viiltii tppies, .... I'otiilneP, - ...... GO -oimtry Soap, - - - 3a 4 uecswax, ....... as NEW PIIILADKPIHA AND DOVER.'" 1 iiunsn.tr July I (Jill 1851 Kl.mr porharrel, J3.00 W liea I per bit. (! 'nrn do 28 llama per lb. Sides do. Shoulders G 3a4 . '5 -' P "'5 Oats do flaxseed do 31 I Lard per lb. ' 100 I Tallow (to Administrator's Sale. RILL be. sold on Saturday, the 2d day " of August next, 1051," between the hours of 12 o'clock, M. and 4 o'clock, P. M., iihe following REAL ESTATE, belonging I to the estate of Morris Matsen, deceased, to ,wit: Out-lots numbered ten, eleven nnd .twelve, in the continuation of Orav's nddi-l ! tion to the town of Ilarrisville, Harrison co., " " iuivii oi li.u 1 1.- mc, ianisou eo., , Ohio- Alsoa rart..f HnnHb.oi,at .,et, of section hive, in township eight, of range four, adjoining the said out-lots, and con- taming with said lots fourteen and a halfi acres , i The said lands are to be sold on the prem- j ises. Terms of sale to be one-third in hand, j one-third in one year from the day of sale , Hecuncy ; tnc cleterrea payments to bear in- teiest trom the dtiy ot sale, at G per cent. URIAH MATSEN, AdmV, of Morris Matsen, deceased. . Jewettfe Lewton, Att'ys. jy9-4t LAND FOR SALE. Ife THE subscribers will JSpli g, acres ofnrst rate LAND, jin Athens township, Harrison eotintv, Ohio l.j miles Irom JNew Athens, on the road I ilu're is about 120 acres of cleared land. I grazing or agricultural purposes, and will be sow reasonable, and on easy payments. i-. i ' i -. I a or iiariiciuais enquire Ol tne SUDSCnocrs, living in Cadiz, or of J. G. M'CuIoutrh. rer siding in iNew Athens. , ' ' " SCOTT BINGHAM, ' jy2-tf Real Estate Agents; CAS.S1.Y1KKK8 A very superior tpiality , niifl new styles, for sale by niajSl SHO'l'WEfif. & CBADB. OINE fumil tly rlourcoustaii ly on band at r may7-lfj Woo ns. 1 TMtKSIl Tuna, Uifl'c TVtESiH Tuna, Cull'ce, Uiue.iiud Chuc.ohue, (or JL1 sale by ,,, may 14., A S. &. II. M'Kaonwi. KNTf.KMKN't WareisKoingoiriit Kailroiid peed, the steam is up lit iip9-tf M'KADDKN'S. f ARIJVV'AKt!, Cutlery n sood slock for a LA the neoiile, at the People's Store,'' on i..i..7.ll' W......1 .... oi"j a i . v a waii.r.l( "I usr received it new lot of cheap Dounet Rib- ior sine onuup ut 1 . .. .p. II At I'aoukn's may 14. , . , , I T. ADIE8. nw Miaaei'OAITKI S.linlfOtiilOT. tjLj jenny Liniltiiul .Morocco Slippers, at i may'Jt ' SHOT WELL & CUABB'S.' " ILLER'Soelcbraied Criitllmg bcjilies.ulso 1 ' ' lies, for sale by nay IS. II.H'Faddkn.. IJOLANO Mlk and Lining lor Ladies' 111 eases X l"t received nud for nlc at mny'jl SHOTWFLI, JfcCRABB'S. .v it a aoLS-TS Kut nGT'SFt icicMd'TiidTiw X Piimsols, received and for sale by ' nmyai . , , , SHOTtVKI.f, .V .CBAI.B. 13UINT3-sJ5() Varieiiea TfiiiVi 5 deinVlo2'a eta X er yird--wortli seeing. ' Call on ' itiuj7-if -"' ;- !' Woon . 111 KKP Sbeurs ol superior (pinliliyl and , Wool, wine, fot sale at ij.&II. M'FAitia'i ' y4. ' . " may MLK I'Ol'ilNrt, ami silk iriiumiiigs to onueli, kjnt nricea tpamtull iho people, tnlf lit ' ' uiny7 tf I ' w OUCiAU. Molossea tfpices, Coloiiujt Stalls, 'tvrj, kj beit Madde. , all for salu ttt Woon 'a , nniy7-lf , ... . ... ; Cfccni) CtirtH' f I IIIKstcond arrival of Boimete, Uibbuns, Pului J Leaf, Pa nn ma and Brnided Huts, hits been received ill ' f iniiy7-tll ' Woons. f I Vi'KlMMtNUsi lor dresses, of luie stlca ii I very pretty article, for sntetiy uiayil SHOTWELL A CP.ABB. ill 1 fc. a-KAI). A fresh supply ol pure White I-ctid, in oil, for sale low by , ... iune - r v , , JOHN BKALL. , EFNril'iliU OIL and bpis. Turpentine, a gootl supply on bund and for sale cheap by juiif . i J.' BEAt.fi. - PARASOLS mid Unibrellus, nil beautiful nnd cheap ut inny7-lf Wooua. ' TLOUK by tweinoTVairhTT" j jjya r 8HOTWKM, & CRABB. , A FEW ba'rrcts MACKKKKI, fur sale by jy9 8IIOTWF.I.I. k CUABB. - ITjrALDRONTS English CritdlinS fcytliea for inlc nt thu sign of the jy'i Bt tADLOCK. OCfilO. Ru"arG(tt7 t lie premises are .well watered with neveri"1 department will continue m charge of lusara. .. o 2V-' ' i ,. . . I p ...l 4,'-n: ii;..n. ,..l....v.. . iv . .. L'ream Cheese 6 K'-' B. iinjr spnngs. - xnere are also two frame V . ;..;' "."" '" " ' Butter 10I1, keif weiimg nouses inereon, and two Uoal of nertie,;,.,.. n . .i.!ii , 7.75().8.00. ' .hanks. The rami is well calculated for dcr its manufactures i.illv wl.nt the nrni.. m KTVTTTf1 V V f.f TTTTT A T tittUAVIl riM ftlOO.OOO 1VMS t'oiikpnny olTera 10 the iiisnreil nil the security and dvuhlvs of ihc Mqiunl nod .Joint Stock I'luus (in bcM-iolore itpplieil,) combined, liniucly : Iow rniet of pr( inioiu ; iiu annual reiurn in cash, of ihc pr ccnlce reipiir rd fur llic roiiliiigeul litk of I lie yew; an di iipiHte, hut not rxerssivc provbion for the Mure seciirily ol meiiitiers fur dm whole term of Hit-, widi an epii table iillereil in tha U'-rumtilatiTig fund seruieil lo fueh neinhns, pnyaldent ilentb, by rrrdits upon llieirfKiliciit; a cunrnnly fund, dYivyrn for die permanent Kwnrliy of sbort term member, an.) ulso for the present seciirily nf .i . .i i. , . iiiom hit 'lie wnoie iitio i iiif. This is tlie only Mu ual I jfe Iiirnmnce Com pany whose rales of preniiuiu are fixed nt a lair reduced aiaiulatd, wilii n provision lor an annual ly hi rminiiisr, UGouiuuiiUion of funds (lor future security.) in exiif!tiioorlion lo die auniiiiil ol bu. siiirss, mill die increusin fisk froin adviiiiciiig nmftif dm member. Pamphlets Tnieis, fee., priviut in ilrtnil die plan mill rntes of the Conipnny, tiiTiiihed ftmtis. and npplicntious for lusiiraiiee rereived by - B. W. PIIULIPd, Ajeiil. D. F. Dr.iiKt.cv, Medicul K.xnuiiner. Cadiz. July 9 Ini AARON HOTT, MAXUFA CTUItKR AXD DEALER IX COPPER 'TIN--AND SHEET IE0N-WARE, ' 1 HAS always on hand, nt his shop (near S. Sc. II Nl'FiidUcOs store) n large stock of the above wares of every description, Wliieh be will sell Wholesalo or Relail, ns low ns enn bepur ebnseil niiywliero else in me Westers country. Country Alurcliiinla wiel ing lo lay in a stork of Tinware, would do well to give me n call before purchasing, us I think can sell a little lower than they cnn purchase elsewhere STOVES. . I have for sule the celebrated JRfnii Air Tiicbt Cooking Stoves of nil sizes, for cither wood or coal. ' riicsc Stoves are decidedly the best in the miirk(t,nnd 1 feel coiiliiletil thai tiny person try inj; one will suy so ; all 1 ask ia that thy may have a fair trial. Also .he Air Tight Wood Stovei which is hard :o beat in ibis or liny other market. All Stoves sold by me ao warranted; ntiil anyone pur chasing u Stove, and finding it defective, can re iurn it to me and 1 will make an exi-haugc, I ca.h and will sell Stoves ASCUlOAl' ns 'hey can be had in any market, je'25-ly JULY 0, JSl. PR ESH GOODS! JTTOT ARRIVED AT WOODTSlj BOUNTY LAND OFF ICE. , . I 11AVL'. mado arraii);eiiicnts with ireinleiiieii in the Slates of Io wa, MiHscmri and IIHnoiti, for the locution nf Military Land War rants. Persons desiring to locale Lund Wuirants can do sj by call ins on mc at my office, fu. 49, Union street. Wheeling, Va. ; U. L. CKA.MMER, Attorney at Law. N. B. Applicuu'otis for Boiinly Lund from u distance nius be 1'osr rxio. , Wbeelinsr, Vit.,Jiiy 9-4i AT'J'ENTIOI! ' a ' ia j,' a . I I 1 I j' J H lis VV I I I J I J IV. r I 1 W . H m m, . wr , KMJ"E are HOW in Cadiz,- for the Vf vjurnose of making an im. JP 01 S an ' mediate settlement of our busi- J CSS 5 ? and having but a short time jto Stay, must require all persons (indebted to US to COme forward immediately and settle up. Those who do not attend to this call, will find their accounts and notes in the hands of a Justice of the Peace for immediate collection. We will be found at the old stand. D. EILG0RE & SON. Cadiz, June 10-2m il The Cincinnati Tjrpe jFoundry, 1 IIE pa Irons of ibis csliiblisbitieiu are iiifonued lute Agent, Mr. Horace Wells. The mechanic- JL that its business will suffer ns little cluing thev 1 he rrmnl lo nnv in the t'orld. A Inrse new nud complete Specimen linok is rapidly irintiuir, which we expect to have ready tor distribution about the first ot September. Wphuvp on hand a liirsro stock of I'lintinjf Material of every de scription, including How and second-hand Power and Hand I'resde?, wbiili we are ready to sell on six month's time for good lioteB;''of'iiiukc ii dis count often per co: t. for rcirulnr nrices'for rush down. AH orders mldrcssock lo tho Cincinnati Typo Foundry will meet with proni nttention - Of-liuiitry papers publishing ihiB ndvertise ineiil four times bidor ' the first ul Aiuust next. and sciitlin us a copy of ibn paper containing it. win 110 piuu in type, on piironnsinir litres times the amount of Ibia bill. t. . , : ie!8-4l CHAS. WF.1A.H, Snrrtarv x. it. siioTwaxi, ATTORN V,V AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, '"lONTlMPES-to primtiee i lrVsonitid hK. y joiiiuig counties, uml kivcs . esvoui:tl nud proiiiptaticntioii to (.llcclim Business ol Execu tors, Aditiitiistrntiirsj tjiitmlltiiis, Wit-ifs.'l'iirti- tioiis.Salesof Lands, settlement of Estates, Titles to If ctil Lstaics. Coiivoyniicitig, suns at Ltfw rfnd in Chad ery, loaning mid iiivestinenf of money, und nil othurprofcssiotml business, placed in tire charge, . t I t i ; He is Agent for tho Stn'to . Bunk of Ohio nnd others, fur loaning money, io., &.O., Olfice in ittlt;ore's iluildinz, on Market street,. - . Cndij. O.. June 18, 1851. i ltAILItOAl) ll()UE. bv iilkv .uiLMiizrt!, ; CoitNiu vv Tiiiiiii ami Adhms Stkkhts, ' STEUUE.ynLLE, OHIO. rTllIW house lin linen th(irniia;hly repaired, I and is one of the best now in the city, it is conveniently located, nnd bus in connection a iurjfc-wngoii mid foeilsuiUllng.s ? , ; SiilRdiffitorf jiceiiiimodaijohs Bills lo. i lip3tl,''ii.lyV i HIKNRV MILLI1IZF.R.4 UBLkof Aluckerwl lor aaleby -ill' mny II. , S.&ll. M'Talukn. .4 RTIFIC1ALS, Fans, Combs, Neck Ribbons, nnd Cons, it mu2! SrlOTWELL &. CRABB'S. ARNOLD'S PATENT SASI1 LOCKS, th latest and beat invention of thu nirn. fn mo m iiiu sii;ii oi me ni run mich. DITMARS 4. 'l'HO.MMAN, March IS, 1851 BEAUTIFUL new styles Borage Uulanes at very low prices. n , , .'""iTll'llislJ iS-il 5 Woonrf:PafoV.; BAREGE DKLANHX nf new und fine itylee. Ludies, csnie mid soe ihcm, tit mnyjf KHOTWELI. & CRABB'31 RON NETS nnd Huts of various kinds, Jenny Linda. Queen's Own.'ptn.. flift nt nmyai ' . SHOTWELL &. CRABB'S:'i BU'l'TONS-A new stjlc, fot Ludies's dresses, just received and lor sale at . mayai SHOTWELL . CR ABB'S. LANKMof nil desci Bl'oiu mimed in lit 13 vntv beat stylo, kerrt labd.rtl iv on nana na . t'orsaloat Hplfft ..' IIS s'FfCP., GRADLK3. Jaiiica Miller's celebrated Cm dlea unit Sntfeea, for sale t.jr - - - -; lliiijfll-4t Wf.Lt.lt A l ltlLLIfi. I M Grem Wliolrmilr lothiiig; IIMe; CII4. llICUIo A M. No. I. Moirr NTastT. Fhild:iiiui, Aouih-ttLsl Cvnter of t'uurth. "UV. Frop'iebira of tbia OU EilibUthti Fal- I IOI X ill! onahie Clotnig Mot are Bow mnoufnctorim: is irtrft, bmt asaoriH.ud most Kasl.ion- ably KOt up atock of tapcrior Clulhiiif for tin Fall ami Winlei trte, thai bus ever been orTer- ed to the none of WhutmeV bycr. 1 1 . I t. u ... ..11.. . . Ilatknesa it Son ref iieerttilly mviie the atlen- ion of Merchnnia and Deafen, confident linn heir slock of Cotbiut; will be lonnd eiresily ndajiled to tbr reijiliieKienlf of llir Somhern ntid Western niaiUi ln, whilo thrir prirea f!l rnii vini e iiiteiidiux piirchasera that llu-it e;ihiirli ruent offers cxiraordinn rv induenoenis. TAKE NOl'K i:. Iliirkneoa Son's Clollilnc! Store is a large Five Story Itriek liuil iior, aitu aied on the north-east corner of Fourth nud Market Glrcvts, Philadelphia. N. U -Unik nut fur the large (Jill block Ieiter Si-u in ibe United Siaies, mid read jri5 3ia MAKKNRSS & SO.V j CADIZ llOTm FORMERLY KEPT BY JOHN S. I.ACEVt I lie. siinscnoei Wflics te Bf Iriends .nA the public generally, tha ue ii at iaKen iiieuiH vc iniined vtaml ninl has given it n thorough renairing 1 FA UK ItlODUCCD! j I am ileterminprl to rive ns pood Fnrc, nnd to' mitke lower than was ever uuule iu Ciulii. The public isWell nwiire that this boiis-e has be lli badly kvpl forsimre lime past, but I tun die United Stales, Ma the curea atirst-, Vn KKy coiiliiletil. by strict n tteiitinM to business, hut it caws after skilful physicians hud failed, can attain be elevated to iia lormer position. , Tl.rw; Hitlers lire woi thy die niteiuioiiyrfTliv'al Plciise'ifivr; mc ti call, and provetlietrulif those Possessing tcrent virtues in itic nfciilSoaiiian nsserliona. diseases on tbo Liver tied leaser jbwids, exr- T 1 V Pi' V Stable .cisiuittlie must sen rcbint- powers ia weuknessHitd ijhuj oiauici . itT,.eiions of tho digestive organs, ifeej are.wirli. in . ...me. i wiiii iiiib iiiiimc is u cjooo uvrrtv staui.i:. I'i raons wisliint vehielcsolany kind can be iiccomiuodated tit the short- est notice, and on tbo most reason- ablu terms. mayl4 ly D. TURNER. essesof the various sizes uuiilly taken, in tbe hantlaomest s.yle. nnd most reasonable term.. 1 have la.el? It I'-. MOV ED lo l4,e room imniedi. ately under the Republican Prinlinir Olfice. nnd over Mr. Benll's lm? Store, where I will be happy to accommodate my friends, and the pub. lie Kenerallv ' - ; 1 . nol!)-if II DAVIS ; i. : l MNs s-?rrf'in Axsr7 OlfMUfftltHCCMt iyfOCIZ OP r 1tTItfM 21 It na y F 13 J. BliNNETTia now receivin? ., -d" po.i- J I, iniii? Btock ot it'i it ami an miliar Oiwoilsi, which for variety, neatness of style. J.tpne,e,innotboSrtrp.iSSCitby iinynther el .i .. .i u . ii i , I gimdsm bcWcs. Uav.i.i ronnaoil ana cneif; stock of more than double bis usual stock, and priitcijiul- ry lor. AMt,HP is-dcterniined to sell' f to CIIKAI'KIt THAN THE CHKATEST, and those wisbiuir la nurchuaa a encd and fash ionabii! ariiidi ol'Sun iner Apparel, will fiiidii to their udvai laxe touivc bim 11 call, befora pur chasini; elsewhere. Ills siock cotisibtsol, in patt,. 119 lollows: : .-' : . : CLOTHS, c,:., dfc, cc. . .. Black Fri neb twill Cloths, the finest ever be fore otic red : ulso brown, black, nnd olive Cloths to suit purchnscrp j Cassimeres', black Doe skin. anil lancy colors di the very latost styles; toircih er with u jrcnerul i,.s?or:rn?i.t et Summer Hats. summer Coaiioir,. Men's Crdi'itts. t.iuuen lot Pauls, men nnd boj's wear of i.U kini's. i.adiks' :itusa GCKOt. Blm-k dress Silk, silk Barejcs, lawns, black nud blue Alpacns, Lustres, French fiing-ham, lo eelher with si very extensive nssorlmentof Prints also Bonnets, Dounct liihhons, French Flowers. Parasols, ' Paraso!cits, Mills, lilovcs. Hosiery, black silk Lace wide. ' ' ' Wlll'rii GOOD55. Wiiite Swiss and Sunticln! Mulls, wlotd. Uisbip Inwns riiilia H.mk Mualini'v.'Netiing) tjiiiunric-. Liniifiit'nnibric llandkerchicls very line. Also Flats lor Utile jrirls.' ' ' ; Hardware, &cm &r. - . Ilanlwaio, Quucti8wiire, t!roi:crio, etc.,- etc. Country Produce taken In exchange for goods . Remember the old stand, immcdiaMg npposite the Court IIiivm-,. , miiyU-ly It J. BENNETT.:, f inm 11 no vsjb, ' WM. B.' BOLANT),- PltOPKIETOR," FOKMEIiLY oi ihc "Siciib?nviIicF.x.diHiii.'e," which wnshmiit dow n, and muig recent!) ol bo Frerry flofise,'' opposite SteiibefitJillo" Ima cruoved to this side of. lbs river, and taken Ibe, new brick oriVater street,, immediately bclrrw Market, near ttiS fctciiuibom .aiidiliti titiil lias fitted it up in splendid style, as A HOTEL OF Til K MIST CMSS ' where be will be happy to see his old frleiids.nn 1 as many new ones as may please to irivc him 11 ! call. Iln also keeps nn hand girucurica, Boat Stores,Salt, etc., which he will, sell ps low lis canbcbou"'it elsewhere in btcnhcnville. ii3Wy..M- ! ' j .1 ,;, ALDERMAN'S OFFICE, WHEELING, YA4$ fV niACLAKE, Ahfemmn oVilie lai Ist'tli' C, corner ol Mam unit Jcflerson sts will promptly nnd fiiirhbilly ettend to nny tmsi ness n 1 1 lift oil to Ins care, lie may 11a ton-ncl a his office, neiirly opposilo tbe Hcyiticr Iloti e (Walker's Hotel,)'" frofci sati dttt mutt Eollcc lions made, by das course of 1 1w a tut otherwise. Depositions tiiKcti, to be rcnil iff Ulno courts. ' Iiiiiy7ly ' " ' ' '' ' i? :;:S.'.FBLA(2K;i,:: ATTOHPTEY AT LAW. "ORACTICES In tb6 M'estcrn Countic! of Vit- X ttiiiia, nnd adjoining connliesof Ohio. OlBce on Main street, between Madison and Jefferson. ail i fw (opposite jtlioM. W. Bunk) bt'cliii" if" -ty ;,rA TTEItSON &- CO., aV Wholesale Druggists 33, MOXROK ST., f V. WHEELING, VIRGIXIA OFFERS for snlo nt the LOWEST M A RKET PRICES, n largo nod well aelcctcd tisRorft- llielltof ,,.! : .."'i- OltUOS AND HIRDICIKm, ' Frtncli, Ent.li.ih mid American Ckanirnh Pnlnla mid Oils. Dye Stufts, Vtirnishes.' Win dow Glnss, IJtuirsista' Gliisswnie, Brushes of ujl kinds, Bronzes, I'crfiiinory , Suriricnl Instruments, Hatters' ftlutcrinia, GENUINE vOD LIVF.R OIL, together with every nrticlc Comprisin the stock ot n Druggist;- ' . '. ; " ' umy7-ty " "TiF()srG. cui,iJEii?r Son," WHOLESALE AND' RE l 1, ' CooJeing Stntie, Grates, Ilnlloid faref etc wo. i:t, uxiort btrkkt, vv iikkmnu, v., HAVING' always on bund tkc choice nf Oh market, nt loweat cash prices, nf Win cliiitf. Cincinnati nnd Pittsburgh make! nlso itiniiiifuc lurer of Copper, 'I'in nnd Sheet Iron Whip, in nil their- vurMitifRt the LOWEST TRICES. Burke 4r crimes' Improved . SALAMAXOER safes, nssotled aiaca for snlo na above i bcine the only agent for them in thu city, I will sell til prices tbiit cannot fail to please. , . inuyf-iy l'KEMH AMI rUIlli f llHE subscriber is receiving ot his old ntnnd X in Cadiz, Ohio, in uddiiion l bis former siock, a lurvo supply oi irfSH n it tl pnr' DRUGS, DYbS, OILS, PAINTS, VARNISHES, etc, eto.i in abort everything rjBitnlly kept in a Weerern Drue Stores i. r ; -i, -.. (.' -, flis stock has been carefully selected us to qual ity nnu pncea win tie ao low Hint no person aim reasonably object. Jiiaatock will be kepi full.lind he would cull Iho particular intention of persona wisninr to purci.uso any tiling lnnia line, to aec histtock hetora purchnamg elsenhere. ' Thankful for past favors, he atill hopes, by onre nnd strict attention to business, to, merit a lune share of the palronuge of libernl public. ! i mnyt-iy , juujit nr,.M.i,. SILK FRING,ofn aMneriortitiality. (or sale by v mny2l, ! SHOTWELLCRABB 1JATENT MET'lCINES, larjto vrtrlciV. for . aule by ' v f junelj J. BKALL. 1 l-'S1?&Zt&Uii7&&ij Bitters have been used by thousands, nnd friend tI3 T A n.TTF'Tl Tt rOTVPrct 1 1 O IU our elbow aa y ha has hiiuaelf leceived an ! g UaUUiiUttiiUlKfJia g f(.c1I, petlimnem cure of Uver Compluini miS2SSS!Sa (""u !"'e of rhis remedy. We tire convinced r pilB nn,lersit,6d bi.vii.R lilted up l.i. room. Uut.i.. tbe u. or lline BtlKti, UwmilWNr, I r... rv... "... :.w i.. ."'...i.. sianilv irains s t ten e ih nud vieor a 'fssx Ivortv . IUI u livi;i: coi.i'ii.u vr Jaundice, Dyrjli tia,t."lrroiiir trr ne ro s dk b.lny, diSfni-e l,e Kidntji, ai d alt dupasea snsii.j fiora a xJ'Si.rderrd LivtT or cjioinach, audi a Coiisti(miiuti. ieard P, billots of Hloodm the P.ed, acidi t f the 8 otnack, Kmtsei, lIeirllnirK J'iapusi fut food, fullnrss or weight in tli Stomaeli, aoor wwcitioiii. sinking r flutt.ifiiifr at ttrf j olllrc Siutach.im iniiijf of the llaail, btrrfied and diflicult Uieatii'ng, Jliilferiny allhe IIearl,cliokinr f suircniiep aenJattntts Mrrt in a lym posture, dmmea nf viviofc. !ot ot ei befnia tho Sight, icier 4 lull ai in tH Head, denciency oi pte.fTViion, ) -rl- lniicss of the kiu anil I'.yes, pain in lh Side, Buk, On ft. Limb,-Jr t sudden Ihislies of Ileal, kiiriiinu' in Ffesh, con slant iiii)rniuiiifa of Kvil, and great de- piesion of Sjiiritf, VAX HK rtVKrrilALLV Cl'RF.n BY Oil. II OO V LAND'S. roru.l.i!CELI'lJlUTi:i CKRM AN HITTERS ratrmiMi ar DR. C XVI. JACHSON. T THE nJRV4.V MEIUVIXE S ORE ARCH STREET, PIIII.AOEI.PHIA. ' I'heir power aver die nbore liisvMrVsM not ex- rclM. if equalled, by ny other prepA'Tatie-n in ill, sate, certain anil pleusant. kn.tu jnl ' hk cowmcldi '' (Frnui tbo Boston Bee."J ' 1 The editor said. Dee 1M ... . , "r. lioolland'a Julebrnicd (Jermnn Bitters for ihc cure of l.iver (.otHnlainl. Jamfce.4Jviej)iu. Chronic or Nervous lability, is deservedly ki.' i ne most popular iiieflicmes ol the iliiy. I hes f'1"'. ' TCr " T" . ' j'4 , J ? i "T' bf P8"0",' "" ".,e hcni rtfmnoh with salety u.d rio, 'c'"' V-nkV11ro'" r"W,,e ""JJ k Mrntlv"V".",,,"K'- " hc0" " -Iey,' one of ll.o best Liscrary papers published, auid Autr45 ' ")r IIo"n:il,ll' Herman Hitlers, rr.nnofaclured by Ur Jackson, lire now rccoinmended bv soma ol :be most prouiitiuiit members of the fiiculty Ha article of much efficiency iu cu.e of leu.aU nil luotliers lo obtain n botile, and thus save Iheinselves iiiuch sickness. Persons of debili.a ted eoiisiitun'oiis ivill fi ltd these Bitters advantages to their health, us we kn.ur frnm nnuitL.il.. a.. .B"lu,,,ri' MTimT ,U!""-' XOUK KVIUENCE. The ' Philtiilelphiii Saturday tJaiiuw, """ '.vspaper published m llic U , ifelalis, the eilnor Hiva ol Mit'ittXlKLANIlS GF.R M AN niTTPIJ, IJU. IHX)Fi.AND'S GERJIAN BITTERS. 'It is seldom tin t we V commend whut is term ed I'm tent Medicine! to ibe confidence and put. rdiiageofour readers; nud, therefore, when we recommend Or. Ilootlt nd'a Genua 11 Bilters, we wish it to be distinotly understood that mc lire 110I speiikinir tA the iinsiruma of 'tbe tiny, that are noised about for 11 brief period and then forgotten alter tlrcy have (lone their guilty ruceol mischief, but of wudiciite Jrtnj estblislr,?4-, universally prized, .mid which tin a niel t4iu iteitrly ttpiiiovnl ol '.he Faculty ilFtdf." That this medicine will euro Liver Complaint and Uj spepsiu, no one can doubt, lifter using it is directed. It acts specifically upon thcsloruiicb mil liver it is preferable to calomel in n(Aiuj lueasta die t-ilect immediate. They can bend iijiiiialered to kkm.ii.e or ixfaSt yvilb safety und reliable bcnelii, nt tiny time. , - BICWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. " This medicine has ftttained rtmt high cbnnrcter which is necessary U nil medicines lo attain tu jidiice counterfeiters to tut Ibrih 11 spurirttisnni lo ill the risk of lb.: live a 1' those who lire i no- -cciilly deceived. LOOK WKIA. TO THE JfLUlKS t)F " 'Hit: (iVAULYK. They have the written signature of C. M, Jin kniii upon the wrapper, und the niime'ldow 11 ! iu the bottle, witlmul wihh they are Mjmritrttt . 1 - For sale, wholesale mi l relail, nt the Whwii! Mkiiicink Stosk, No NO Arch street, one 'door lii.dow Sixth, (Iuivl'j78 Knee atreet.) Pl.flrttlel phia, ami bv respec.tiihli' ilea lets thronjrWiCt conntrv Al lot sale by Messrs. MclMvAN &. KNox.Cmiii. ...... , :, ., F. hrua.y lit. ISM , HI.- UElLhY. i i rilOI.ESAI: dealer in IJ k OC KB IES, ' VV Ft)Ui:iN trad . DOMESTIC: wixi:si J.IUt)ij(. No. lai-.rest, sid(, Market Siihiiic, Wheelim.'. Vinriniti. 1'irre Freiicb Briindri'S. " Wines. Pure Puna. Madeira, Sherry,' : ) v.; . Sweet Malaga ltiim.. t'ttard, Dnpuy . ("o. ffrici. tinsrilloii; A. f-eignetle, .. . Domesiii: Brandies, Di'iiiestic Gins. " Pure Holland liius, ( OldBjr-Wliifkey, i'.n.".i! ie...ii..-.i uiHcy oi ins own luun : urtiptiire, Wurrtitiieil pure, constantly un blind,' and for sale cheap. -, . , Tnnyj8-ly J-IUisH JiEKFI i - T I tHE subscriber wfH have teU Beet ivf a mi- 11... 11 ... 1. 1 !.... M1...I 1171 . . j. ienor tpiaiiiy, in ainrttet, cVerv J uesday md Saiiimlny mnrimig (n day light .) during the hmsiiT mid fall. ,., ' , . ' ; , , r , ; Meat can, al nil times, be hud cilbpr lit -Mr. Ciirnalian's slaughter house, or the cellar -of tltn siibsrtiber's dwcllinif, the house formerly O'CHoied by Miss Ilea tly. ROBERT HOLMES.' CndizvJuiie ." 1851 tf . w. -.m.. ' : liO. W.' JOHNSON. XoJ i$9, Market Square,' Wheeling; Va.1 m iUa?i inti:it. AND .DEALER IX Copi'iiii, Tin- and Sheet Iiion WakeC "S !, ' J AD PIPE, T l ,MKV. , iVC, 610. HAS always till'" band a large slock of tbe i nbove wares of every description!, wbi.h Iu will sell Wholesale or Relail, ns low its can b ptireluiseil any where else in Ibe Western roiim ry " Country iiiercliania wisliim 'o hiy iu a stock o Tin Wine, noiild do well to tinMnc a chII bo . lore purcliHsitig, lis I think I can sell a lit lb? low a ; than ihey can purchase elsewhere. Person. , wifhiiig Lend Pipe of any siie ciin.be nccommo , dated on very fair terms. ' . " ''' v'-.t I urn nlso nuiit for the sule of Kinncat'scele tt ed Oxyu'cn Lard Lamp, which look the Pre uiiim nf the lute Suitu Fair m Cincinnati. ' ! ...n..A !. - .. ... . ;..... ... ... . . . , VEciTINGS, aoiiielbing very lull, v ussuro i ,r pnal.in.Dni ,....1 .... 1:. i. .. ' tiuiyai KIIOTWELL &. CRABB. , r MfOTU BUUSiJEtJ. extru'aoffiiMit B.uIuTou; J ; ft'r atile by, . junel , ; . B EA t,L., tiios. o. ctii.aERT8oN. . r iiiii.ii a. ca maLfeV.; NEW ESTABLISHMENT. jULUERT.SON A- CliVMIll.F. t.i.v:.,. "...!,'.' the room No., 19. Market tenure, limin-rly I occupied by Gen. W, Johnson, would respect . : fully inform llieir friends ami (be public gcnei ally. thnt they intejid'. keeping coiisttintly rr hand all Ihe mult approved paiierus of ; Such na Wolll'a Pnle'nra, nml vVoiff'a PreBJnm ' ('ooklng Simes, nssorted aiiea, of Cinciiiiimi' ;- maiiulacture.; . . ,,, , , ;,, ( .. ,,.;', i- -j BuidlyV .ICtna Air' Titrht Cooking Stnvesio, rations siica, for either wood ur cunl, of Pitia- hiirirb make. . i..,A- u ;..v ,.t. .-, ., j..,fj! Wheeling Stoves of all kindaand sires, nniong which nre Hnrlley'a Enterprise, n NKW PAT- TEUN,lr vvoii or con I, with exit forge oveus,,. ,' wnrninted to work Well, wtwoaitle. Gnitea, Hollow Wnre, Sad Irons.eic-io . nil Ii of which we will sell LO W FOR CASH, or lo ,t raniarr Customers on aboil credit. Dointr btisi- " nesa bport tha principle of "noill mniliisnml quick aiilea," we aolioit u tbure of public piitrn-r;- nfv- . ,;' . , ' . ; ':, tnnylM-ly ."' FANtYKOAPSof vnrioo. liiuilsnn.l o fot sale bv " fiimr4! .. J.llKil.r. .Scythes! Sovthes!! YOU cnn gel the very hetSoyilic in inwn th" is:ri ur il.v Bi'w rAULWKi i i n t than nil olhvra Ilium's best. v.. , i t juti.4 ' - DITMARS &Ti0 ' 44