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again publish the rates of Postage un ler the new law, and we' trust now that eve ry democrat in Harrison count)-, who foelt able to do o, will not longer hesitate to send in his name and subscribe to the Sentinel and Farmer. We labor hard for the good of the cause and have a right to ask better en- eourajrement from our democratic friends. Ox LeTKaa. If paid in advance, 3 cents. If not paid in advance, 5 " Ok Weekly Newspapers. To all office in the county where published, Free. Less tkan -50 miles distant, 5 cts. per Quar. "Over 60 and under 300 miles, 10 " Over 300 and under 1000, " 15 " " Over 1000 and under 2000, " 20 " " The new law, permitting weekly newspa ers to be sent by mail to all l'ost Olliccs within the county where published, FREE OF POSTAGE, was enacted by Congress for the express benefit of the people. Will the people avail themselves of the advantages of this law, hy promptly subscri bing for their county paper? By doing so they can obtain a Weekly Newspaper an article which every man ought to take the subscription price alone,is a mere trifle. BY TELEGRAPH. A tilt VA I. OTEiHEBNliGiKJ. LATER FROM EUROPE. , ' New York, Aug. 1st. The Cunard steamer Niagara, with one week's later news from Europe, arrived at her dock yesterday before 5 V. M. The Washington, from Southampton had also arrived. " ENGLAND. Mr. Brown's banquet onboard the steam er Atlantic passed otf with the greatest eclat; Captain West was one of the Vice Chair men. The House of Lords has again thrown out th billadraittingJews io seats in Parliament, Tbyavotcof 144 to 108. The now West India Mail Steamers Mag dalina and Parana have been launcliedjthey are 2,300 tons burden each. The number of visitors to the exhibition on the 15th, was upwards of 74,000 the largest number yet. The Spanish Cortes bill for the settlement of the Spanish debt has been definitely approved. An orange riot occurred at Liverpool, in which three persons were killed and several badly wounded. The overland mail from Calcutta has ar rived; the news is of no importance. Trade was very dull. The mail from Bombay had not yet arrived. The weather throughout England has been fine; a good harvest is anticipated. A line of screw steamers is about being established between Liverpool and the Bra- ztis. A company is also Demg formed in London for the establishment of a line of two steamers to run between Galway and New York. The state of trade in the manufacturing districts indicates a general increase of con fidence, and activity is only cheeked by a dull cotton market at Liverpool. FRANCE. The report on the debate'of M Da Toc qucville on the revision on the Constitution commenced and was expected to last one week. Commercial affairs in France show no im provement. Wheat has fallen nearly one franc per hectorite; flour has also declined, the harvest prospects being very favorable. X be r rench tunds were firm. Every thing in France gives place to dis cussion upon the revision of the Constitu tion. The leading Spanish fact is, that the Queen is enciente. GERMANY. Letters from Hamburgh allude to the in dignant feeling prevalent at the arbitrary acts of the Austrian government in consequence of numerous arrests on the ground of suspi cions, DENMARK. 1 he ministerial crisis continues. .,';. v u "; SPAIN. Aooountsr from .Madrid, state that the Spanish governmenthad received intelligence of preparations for an outbreak on the 0th of July. Every military precaution was taken to guard against the insurrection. Dates from Lisbon to the 9th had been received. The ministry had been reconstructed,- and the Duke of Saldanha had again assumed the direction of public affairs. The financial embarrassment has been accumu lating. " The Cuba Insurrection. Washington, August 1. The National Intelligencer discr?dits to a great extent the accounts from Cuba, and regards the movement at Puerto Principe as altogether an American affair, the details of which have been highly colored for the pur pose of creating an excitement and sympa . thy in the United States. The amount ' of public funds on deposit and subject to draft, is officially stated to be. thirteen millions four hundred thousand dol- jm.' j v The receipts toward the Washington mon ument during the month of July were $3, 861.: ,: T :"'.: ' '" From Canada. Toronto, August 1. In the Canadian Assembly last night Mr. Robinson submitted a proposition for throw ing open the St.. Lawrence to vessels of all . nations. The proposition was strongly op posed by the Government side of the house, . until the United States shall guarantee some .like reciprocal measure. The discussion was finally cut off by a call for the previous ,-qu.estion. The bill increasing the parliamen ,tary representation to 150, was rejected by a .majority of 1 , Pittsburgh Market Aug. 4. Safes of Flour from wharf $3,253,28 ; from slqrp by the dray load at $3,373,44 for common i $3,503,56 for extra. Cream Cheese is gelling at 6G; extra cream is seijing at lijy!rc. Coffee is selling at p J)10$ ; Sugar 6 6J in hhds ;. Mqjaases 3Ui37A. Sales of Dried Peaches at V 1 ,37 1 ,45 ; Dried Apples 75 80c. ' , .-. ' - .No. 3 Mackerel i7,S57Vi. . . . . . ' .' ' Sales of Feathers at 33f3)3,5c. ' ; ' ' ' Wheat is ellinfr at65GGc $) bush ; Rye 4550c; Corn 3435; Oats 2528c. ,Bacon.-i--IIams 89c; Shoulders 77i Kides 0(318; (Sugar uurea nams jujyjUoi . Wool.T-Sales of common to three-fourths blood at 2831 f one-half to full blood 28 :t ' I. ': i i, , -.t-"-- . -. , -. J v V- t if'. f y. -J "V- MOORE'S SEED PLANTER, OR Patented July 2nd, 1850. FT MILS most valuable implement nl husbandry, which litis been thoroughly tested, is being used A. for pluming Wheat, Uye, Com, Oats, Hurley, Beiins, etc., etc.. niui is io constructed ns to drop tiny (inutility ol seed per acre, nnd nt tiny depth required. It operates equally well on all kini of land, nnil is not injured by coming in contact with locks, roots, etc., etc.; ti ml it is ho-.icvi-d, is unequalled by any oilier implement of the kind ill use, as may be seen by the Testi monials of ninny of the best Fn'mets in the State. It would be almost needles to relate the ad vantage of Drillinz over broadcast sowinir. which nearly every l''nrmer must he alirn tri the snb- jee', its the mnnv experiments have proved so olten, thai nt least a0 per cent, more grain can be .......... .. f... .1... l',-:n - i.:-. I I I .1 i . 3 ....... .iii uic uuii, Willi Olie-lllllli n-Ill rt'l u The hitrlifrsl Preniimiis have been awarded October Dili j l'hiladelphia, October I7ih, anil Da '1 he superiority of this Maehine may be judged I OLI.OWliNU J'l'SI'l.TlOlilAI.S: I'.xtraet o( a Letter from Mn. (i. M't'iiuKi:, near New t'a.silo. Del.: "Your Drill stnnda unri vul.td, ns is admitted hy all l''urmeis in the neighborhood, that hn vo seen it in operation " Nkw 1oNrxiN, October 7th, 1850. "I certify that I have used Lewis Moore's late improved drain Drill, in nntlinr in I S3 nnrea of wheat lor different persors. in quantities varying from 3 pecks to 91 bushels to the nore tuid it uas in uu cases given entire sutislautiun. ' The undersigned havo used the Grain Drill, Pa., mikI express their entire satisfaction with wormy oi inuir patronaire. An y person whi thinks the above certificatep llaveifield, two miles went of Cadiz, learn the irient ine nnovu statements. Orders will be received for these nmeliinrs, 7,' ,? !,r",E",,u1 ,nt "" s"l'"'" ',."p',r 'l"lce i Kil tirimb II till. lll.lUfSH I I I UflBHBrgWHi New York Market Aug. 4. Flour is steady, with sales at $4,0G for straight western ; $4,12 forState; and from $4,31 to 4,44 for fancy Ohio. Rye Flour! is scarce at $3,37. Corn Meal steady. A sale of 2500 bushels of Michigan Wheat at $ 1 . Corn is advanced, with sales of mix ed at 57Je. Provisions are dull; mess pork $14,87 15,00; prime $12, 87 13,00. Coffee is selling at 8 to 9c lb. Baltimore Market Aug. 4. Flour. Sale of new Citv Mills Flour at $4,50; Howard Street Grain is steady, at unchanged rates. Cincinnati Market Aug. 4. Flour is selling at $3,00$3,12 bbl. Cheese is selling at C6 J $ lb. Shoulders have advanced ; sales 25 hlids paeked at Cc. . Allegheny Cattle Market-Aug. 4. c..Xu&his m,u.Ut Wfts w,?Bl,n. plied yesterday with Beeves, and" buyers bid freely ; the. whole number offered was dis posed of at fair prices. The offerings were : Beeves 500 head ; Sheep 100 head; Lambs 50 head ; Cows and Calves 25 to 30 head ; Hogs none. Reeves. -The market wa. well attended yesterday bv both buyers and sellers ; the whole number offered (500 head) was dis posed of principally, to city butchers, at gross 2 to 3A-c., equal to net 5.h G to GAe ; prices vereashauo Ingiier than on the previous market day. Sheop and Lambs. The whole offerings did hot exceed 1 50 head, all told ; the whole disposed of at $1,70 to $2,00 $ head. Cows and Calves. Tlio prices varied at I from $18 to $25; nil sold. Steubenville Market- Au. 4. Flour is selling at 2,87-J3 ") bbl by,'10 uil" produce better pietu the wagon load. " t'c;i tak. n heretofore in tl Wheat is selling at 64c bush. t"e,l.in.,.emM Oats 25c bushel. N. O. Molasses sells at 37.k; S. Ilou.e 4549c. Sugar is selling at 7c in hhds ; 7- in bbls. Sales of Coffee at lOj-c lb in bags. Tea is selling at 4076 rp lb. Siv iAvit. Tnhjipn in sr'Hincr nr 1 4i fivo plug 25 35c. '- Window Glass. 8x10 at $3,554; 10 by 12at44,50; 10x14 at 5; 24x30 at 15 box ; intermediate sizes tit correspon ding rates. Cholera in "West Union. We rogrct to hear, says the Ohio States man, that this town ( the Countv Seat of Ad- ams County, Ohio, ) is yet severely afflicted' with the Cholen has been betw nearly one tenth . n . '--- ol about a u ile each, the Company reserving the JC3T Potatoes and oorn m this immediate privilege to make such disposition of the whole vicinity must be a total failure, if it does not """k' us "my "I'pear most conducive in its inter rain before many days. Statesman. C9pi. .or, , a . Z I 1 lans, I ronies, nnd Specifications can be seen An AlMPrif3n Rtpnmor rilnivn im Jin American Oteamer DIOWn Up bv a British Fris-ate , vy t JJlltlSU xrigdie. We learn from the N. Y. Express, that the l"1 ... 1 11 TT1 II tlH . CI 1. J1 If "IT It ti A hvayirttrn AmPr-if-iiia uf. Itin . onfivin wua blown up and destroyed by ordcrof the Com mander ot the British Steata J ngate (Jormo-, rant, on the 8th of June last, under the fol' lowing circumstances: A notorious slave dea-. ler, named Alphonzo Romez, had dispatched: a schooner for the coast of Africa, and on the 8th she was lying at anchor outside the Herald says Col. Frement's agents, in Eng hnrborof Ri.o The Sarah proceeded out to an(lj has sc)ld Fremont.fl right to 45 000 a uic sciiuoucr wiui Biiupucs, uu uiu uiuisn a. ii r r .t nffieer RitnnosiniT the sunn fi worn for tho maintenance of slaves, seized the Sarah, took out her men and ordered her to bo blown up, 1 which was immediately done. An explana-, tiou was demanded by Mr. Tod, tho Amen- can Minister, but the one given was of a very unsatisiying naturo. Ihe U. . bloop oti vv i xjtxiu wua in tuu jiuiuur ui xtiu, nnu luiiy able to have taken ample satisfaction, but Mr. Tod chose to submit a statement of the matter to tho government at Washington. We shall be very much disappointed, if our 0veniment does not repudiate the doctrine that British ships have a right to capture and destroy Amenean vessels, under such cir cumstances without mtico and without trial Statesman. . 5TTho Cincinnati- Gazette says, that Mr. Wm. Ramsay, the editor of the Shelby County Yeoman, a day or two since fell dead while writing editorial. . . , . , ' 03r There will be only 1 8 eclipses ,' of the sun in the next fifty years, neither of which will be iotal.: , , ; , . jarE. D. Mansfield, Esq., is reported to bo in Washington,' writing a new edition o1 he lifts of General Seott. " ' ' M , ' , O r I tj W imiii ni.ei iiiimucilfl ROWIII. by the Agricultural Kim in Nmv ("null.. D'.liiiviiro liimoic, October 23d, 1S50. liy the ClIAKIiKS BILKS. Lashoska. liucks County, Pa., Jan. 8th, 1851 . manufactured by Lewis Moore. of Lancaster Co.. its pcrlurmiincc, and recommend it to Farmers as VM. STUVKI.Y, . MAT1UAS THOUSE, HENRY L. CARSON. to be cxntrfferated enn, by callinv on Mr. Johh ndvantn'-es of the Drill, nnil thn"iriitliriiln.u f . which are now manufacturing in Cadiz, Ohio, and - AnU to f!1 ,"He ''.,,v."rc """"?'' " give ISAAC S. D1TMAUS, Cadiz, Ohio. Fire, Jul ami and Marine INSURANCE! BY THE PROTECTION INSURANCE CO. OF II A It T V O IE D, r.ONN. Chartered in 1825. Capital Stock, Surplus Fund and Annual r remiums, ... $1,000,000! Policies issued on the most favorable terms. 1J. W. FillLUPS, Agent, ntilfi-lra for Cadiz rind Harrison County. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE KENTUCKY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. At Covisgton, Ky. ciu.unvrv fund $100,000. INSURES JYucsupon thefllntiial olcn.nt Joint Stock rates of premium, and it is believed oifcrs tbe most siiiink', reasonable, safc,nud equi table plan yet devised for Mutual Life Insurance. Pamphlets liiinislied, information given, and applications received hy K. W. riULLirS, ASeut. B. F. Ckrkley, Medical Examiner. Cadiz, Aug 6 lui Look down, ye seraphs from the Sun, Anil see the wonders we have done! We talk by lii'b tning, ride ny steam, And paint by Sol's eternal beam! ' J. P. JOHNSON, Daguerrean Artist, WOULD respectli.lly announce to the Ladies mid Gentlemen ol Cadiz and vicinity, that he has taken moms at the CADIZ HOTEL, wlire he is prepared to take pictures in the Intesf and most approved style. Mr. J, has takeu les sons of souio of the hen Dac uerreotypists in the United States, lie lliereloro Hatters hlniself il.iu tures than have ever us part of the Stale, please cull and ex amine sou. nnens. niio-C.r NOTICE TO CON Till CI'OUS. ili.5.klj.: .Steubenville & Indiana Railroad. JJitOPOS-YLS will be received nt the office of I. tile MPiiDenvilleiinil Jiidiafla Kailrr.ad Com puny, in Steubenvilld, until the first day of Octo ber nPxt, for the Gratlintr ami Masonry ol the 1st Division of the loud, extending from Steubenville to the Coiinoiton Valleyj and also for the con t rue tun of the entire Koad bctwcenSteubenville mid Coshocton; mid also distinct proposals for "i.im.uuii ol unu portion ol the Kouu extending from Coshocton to Newark. Viecntirelensjth of this line is about IlOmilcs, 8 " OI t'e company nlier the l.'uh day of September, nnd further information my be obtain- ,v " "lP0,'jon to J. Dlkkenaderfer. Jr., Chief JEnirineer, or to the undersiened. jv23-tl" D. KILGORE, Piesidcnt. . . - B . 1 1 W c. family Flour oonstan'lv on hand ..i Hi r . . ... may7-tfj Woods. r,.ia e r n The nur of appl.cations for Bounty 4jdna warrants has reached 150,000. " XW A correspondent of tho New York . n i n rc , . cres ot land in Ualttornia, to a com nan v in w c ""'"f""; London, for $22 per acre, amounting in all to nearly a million of dollars. ' jfc"Thc August elections in the differ cnt states arc held as follows: , Kentucky, August 4; Indiana, August 4; Alabama, August 4; Arkansas, August 4; Missouri, August 4; ,'. Iowa, August 4; North Carolina, August 7; Tennessee, August 7. 3jrCol. Miller, the celebrated Hero of Lundy's Lane, died at his residence in Mass achusetts tho other day. STWo know of no subject on which pub lie opinion is so unanimous as the efficacy of the lloonand Uerman Bitters, reraons who have long been suffering from dyspepsia, dis ease of too liver, etc., are immediately" and permanently cured by their use, . Fraoure the conuine artiolo, that prepared by Dr. 0. M. Jackson, at the German Medieal Store, No. 120, Arch street, below Sixth, Philadel phia. Those who are ailing should take our advice, wid try this Jvondertul medicine,, DR. GUYSOTTS IMPROVED EXTRACT OF YELLOW DOCK AND 8ARSAPARIL- LA. The oriiaiil ! only genuine pre nil rm ion for the permnnent ore of CONSUMPTION and DISEASES OF THE LUNGS, when they are supposed to be affected by the loofrre ase of mer cury, iron, quinine, etc. It is also a anre rraiedy for Salt Rheum, Tetter, Scald Head, Dropsy, Scurry, While Swelling, King's Etil, Neuralgic Affections, Keroule Neryious and General Debility of the System, the Lose of Appetite, Languor, Diuinesa and Liver Affections, which lead to Intermittant nnd Re niitnnt Fevers, Fever nnd Ague. Billious Fere t. Chill Fevers, Dumb Ague, Jaundice, etc. I The afflicted may rest assured that there is not the least pnrticle of Mineral, Mercurial, or any other poisonous substance in this Medicine. It is perfectly harmless and may be administered to persons in the very weakest nitres ol sickness, nr to the most helpless infants, without doing the ieast infury, and is a certain cure fur all Female Complain If. Let nil who wish to parge the bluod from the impurities contracted Irom the free indulgence of the uppeiite tiurnig tne winter, una to prepare thesystcm to resist summer epidemics, resort now to Hihysoirs extract ot Yellow Dock und Stir anpniillti," which is proving itselfan antidote for many ol the most inalieniint diseases that flesh is heir to, nnd they will never be disappointed. lor in this remedy me publio uiith has never wa tered, never can waver, lor it is founded on ex perience. 1 fey fly from Mineral Nostrums to seek hope, life mid vigor from this Purely Veg etable Remedy; therefore, however broken in health and spirits, however loathsome to himsell and others, let no one despair of recovery; Jet the patient only understand that this hope of pnysicui resummon lies only in Ijtiysolt'i. ex tract of Yellow Dock mid Snrsumirilhi. and ner sonde him lor his life's sake to try it, nnd we havo no hesitation in predicting his speedy res torn. ion to health. Kind's i:vll- asie ol O. .11. Leonard. If the reader will observe he will see that in nearly nil cases the patient has tried nearly ev ery physician within bis reach, and nearly every remedy; but when he hits upunGuysott's Yellow Dock uud Sarsnpnrilla, the cure is immediate. Bloouimo Grove, Dec. I, 1849. Messrs S. F. Bennett & Co. Gents: Some time in 1843 I was attacked with King's Evil in my arm, which ueciiiue so nun I count not use it, ami in !S4. mottibcution set in. I employed ttt different touts each physician of celebrity within my roach; nil tolil me that my arm must be amputated. From the shoulder to the fore arm my arm was full of running sores, some of them us large as a iiity cent piece. I then tried uu Indian Doctor, who removed the mortified flesh nnd stopped the mortification, but could not heal my arm. My strength tit this lime was complete ly exhausted, and my person much cmuciateu. i continued in tins state iintill 1U4S, when I saw an advertisement of " Guvsott's Yellow Dock and Sar8aparii.la," which 1 read tittentiv ely nnd sent for one bottle of the article. After using it a few days the discharges from my arm increased, nnd assumed a light color and less offensive odor. 1 then sent for a second bottle, and while using it I found my strength ine'ctising nnd the discharges from my arm decreasing. 1 continued using it until I had used six bellies, though I felt inyst If perfectly cured before I used the sixt' bottle. Since that time I have not felt any pnin in my arm, no sores have re-appetired, und I have no reason to doubt that it is thoroughly cured, for I can labor with it ns well us 1 ever could. Guvsott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparii.la alone cured me; 1 took no othei remedy while using ii, nun nun i used it in tne nrst tinoeuriince ol the malady, I fully believe it would have saved me from years of suffering. And 1 most earnestly recommend every person suffering un der nny similar disease, to use Guvsott's Yellow uock ana sarsaparilla, which will restore theiu to Health, xours, in grnuiuile, O. M. LEONARD Prolapsus Uteri, or Fulling of the Womb, of five yea tb' standing, cured v Dr. 1 uvsotl's Ex tract of Yellow Dock nnd Sarsaparilla, after every other known remedy had been tried with out relict. Washington, O., Feb. 1849. This certifies tliut iiiy wile, aired twouty-scven years, bus been suffering under the above com plaint lor rive years, twin nearly nil ol unit time confined to her bed. 1 have, for four years, con stantly employed the best medical talent that eould be procured in the section of the country, without tiny Dcnent wnntever. i nave also pur chased erery instrument recommended for the cure of such diseases, nil of which proved to be worthless. In the spring of 1843 I was induced by my friends to- try Dr. Guysot. 's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, which was used for four months. Alter she nnil useu it nnotit lour weens, it wns evident to nil of ns that she was improving, nnd Irom this time she lmprn'Od mindly, and gamed flesh and strength, until she is now enjoying most excellent henlih. w m. IWUNFUKT. We being neighbors to William nnd Julia Monfort, know that 'ho above stiTtomeut, us to the sickness of Mrs. Monfort, mid as to the cure being effected by Guvsott's Yellow Dock mid Sarsaparilla, to be strictly true. JANE EDDY, SARAH POWERS. (VVNonc tire genuine unless put up in large square bottles, containing a quart, and name of the Syrup blown in tne glass, wttn tne written signature of S. P. Bennett on the outside wrapper. Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. Sold by J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio. North-east corner Fourth und Walnut streets entrance on Walnut street to whom all orders must be addressed. Agents John Oenll, and M'Benn & Knox, Cadiz; Hogg & Pnrrish, Moorefield; John Hogg, Mt. rleusmii; J. Cruinnaciier ax. on, wheeling; I". S. Ileiiing. Steubenville, jylu-ly LADIES' and Misses'GAITKUS.hiilfUiuKirs, Jenny Lind anil Morocco .Slippers, nt nay it until wr.l.i .v ouadu o. ILLEli'S celebrated Uradlinit tjcylhes, ulso Urn as Scythes, for sale by may 14. , oi ii. t r AnDEN. POLAND bilk und Lining lor Ladies' Dresses lust received and for snie nt innyal miui vvkl.i. at, t-aasu-n. FARAiOLti A beiiutiful uriicle ol Luilies' Pnrusols, received and for sale by mayai suu i w ii. PKlN'Ts 350 varieties Irom 5 cenis to SiS cts per yurd worth seeing, ("nil on mnv7.tr vvoou. . I I L'l.' P Cl.u...d ..I e..r...r..w .illll till V- UllO W OOl J - l'l wine, fot sale at S. A. U. M'Faudkb's, may 14. lJiLK POPLINS, anil silk trimmings to iiiutcn, nt prices to suit all the people. Cull ut may7 tf Woons. SUGAR, Molasses Spices, Coloring Mutts, very best Maidn , all for sale at Wood's may7-tf vnenp bonier VIEstcoud urrivulof Bonnets, iiibbons.Pnliu Leaf, Panumu nnd Brnided Huts, has been ronpi uptl n t Im:iv7-lfl woods. f lYl'lUMMlNUS lor tlresses, ol lute styles, Xvcry pretty article, for sale by lliayii SIIOTWELL & CP.ABB. TTfriTlTE i.E A I) .A fresh supply of pure White Loud, in oil, for sale low by 8ne4 JOHN bKALL. - IT INSEED OIL and Spts. Turpentine, a good supply on band and for anle ohenp by ,e4 J. BE ALL. jun PARASOLS and Umbrellas, nil beuuulul anil cheap at mny7-tf) Wooua. FLOUR by ul the barrel, for sale by SHOTWELT. & CRABB. A FEW barrels MACKEREL for sale by jyS SIIOTWELL It CRABB. V K TALURON'S English Cradling Scythe for sale at the sign of the jy3 BIG PADLOCK. S ILK FRINO, of a snperiorqualitT. '"' may31 SHOTWELL CRA BB. TATENT MEDICINES, a lurge variety, for I aale by f junc4J J. BP, ALL. ENTLEMEN'S Wureisgoing off at Kailroad VJT peed, the ateam is up at VnO-tf M'FADDEN'S. fTARDWARE, Cutlery n good suick for all II the people, at the " People'a Store," on tnny7 w . Wood's Cosnks. Iust received a new lot of cheap Bonnet Rib tj bnns, and a m.ngnifloen.1 pleae of Rlaoli Silk, for in le clump at 8,4c 11 M't'Ann's. may 14 TRESHTous.Cofiee, Bioe and Chooolute, for JL aftle by may 14. 8. II. Maoii( JXJDSOIf ACADEMY, j At JeSBwon, Harrison county, 0.' r V!? fAAowiMEa sEtfbioN X tbt. Insdmuoa will one j Itloaday. 19,1831. It consists of two tero. of II weeks each. I is open to both Bcxea. Any one of a rood moral character, whose object is to io-pro hU or her mind and heart, wtH feo admitted without hunt- lion of age otatuunuenia. I', is only expected of each Pupil, upon joining the School, to enter upon thoM atudiea for which he ar she is nienni ed by previous attainments. And those who do not design pursuing regular course may select suin branches taught aa are judged aaost advan tageous. Students will sot be kepi separated by tbe arbitrary division ol years, bet will bear ranged in classes aa muy best promote their in dividual good. And yet it is tbe intention of the Board of Di rectors to afford a systematic coarse of instruc tion, in the Mathemutica. in the Physical. Intel lectual, and Moral Sciences, and in English and Classical Literate re generally. To this end, competent and faithful Teachers will be sought, selected, nail employed, confi ned to a few branches of study uud directed to make the pupil as thorourh us possible. The Board are hnonv io nnnouuee to the nub- lie thut Rev. Emanuel H. Scarfl, A. M., will continue as the Principal of the Institution, whose labors as such during the mist t ear gave Bui.ii iiMivuisiii ""unacuon. Alio also, that .HISS CLAICISSA C. SCYMOITIt. Graduate of Auburn. N. Y. Female Seminary will serve us Prineipul Teacher in the Female uepiirimenr. IJOA II DING in respectable families can be ob tained in the Village nnd vicinity at $1,25 per week. TUITION fnm$3,00 to $C,C0 per term of PFPUPV 117 I- G. SEYMOUR, Secretaty. July 30, 1851. Josiaii scott.I J john a. aiNUHAM SCOTT & BINGHAM, Attorneys iimi Conusellors tit Law, AND SOLICITOUS IN CHANCERY, WILL atlcnil to all matters entrusted to them, in the county of Hairison,and ad- joining counties. Office in Bingham's block. corner ol Mam and Market streets, Cadiz, Ohio. -nln, July 3U, Itfftl. ly. Real Estate Agency. SCOTT i BINGHAM, as Real Estatb Aoentb. will give espeiinl attention to buying and selling of Real Estate, Examination of Titles, Conveyancing, &c, on reasonable terms. Cadis, July 3tHy Lumber. ( ff FEET of Onk Lumber (assorted) for sale wholesale or retail by jya3 WM. HUUti Ic CU. A Sure Cure for Worms. rjOBENSACK'S WORM SYRUP. A fresh J. j. article, for sale nt jy23 SHOT WELL & CRABB'S, BARGAINS!! BARGAINS. IT is astonishing at what VERY LOW PRICES Welch & Phillips are NOW sel ling their Goods ! They are about starting East, for the purpose of laying in a supply of Fall and Winter Goods, and are now dis posing of their JKKSISJNT STUCK. AT UOST. Bargains can be had, and no mistake. Call and see them, and satisfy yourselves that this is NO HUMBUG. iy23 Sheriff's Sale. John Zutt & Wife, 1 v. V Petition for Partition. Solomoii Oi long, Sr., et al. M Y VIRTUE of an order of sale, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas, of Harrison county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale in front of the Court House, in the town of Cadiz, in said County, on Saturday the 23d day of August next, be tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following de scribed Real Estate, to wit : The north half of the west half of the south west quarter of Section Five, (5) in Town ship Thirteen, (13) of Range Seven, (7) in the Steubenville Land District, containing .forty (40 Acres more or less. jy23-ts D. HILBERT, Sheriff. JULY 9 1851. FRESH GOODS! JUST ARRIVED AT WOOD'S! A CARD. M'KEE, M. D. Having permn- ncntly loented in Cadiz, for the purpose ol priiciieing Medicine, would respectfully offer his services to the citizens of this place, nnd surround ing count rj. Having enjoved the privilege of a thorough Medical Education, together with a number of years' nrncticc, he hopes by close ap- plinntion to business, to merit a liberal share of putmu pturonnge. Office opposite the old stand of D. Kilgnrc Sl Co. Residence first house east of the Siriithfield Rond. niigG-ly JVOTTCJEl 05-Those indebted to the "CADIZ SENTI NKL.' for Volumes 16 and 17, will settle thcii accounts with eithor of the present editors of the Sentinel, or Mr. M.M. Bartleaon, untl NONE OTIllilt. TIIOS. L JEW ETT, ap30-tf Trustee i DAGUERREOTYPES'! f riHE undersigned having fitted up his rooms X for Daguerreotyping, is reatly to take liken esses of the various sises usiiully taken, in the handsomest styles nnd most reasonable terms. 1 have lately REMOVED io the mom immedi ately under the Republican Printing Office, and uver Mr. Benll's Drug Store, where I will be happy to ncoomtnodttte my friends, and the pub. lie renernlly. noliMf H. DAVIS. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. J UST arriving nnd for sale, CARPENTERS' TOOLS, Coffee MiUs, Patent Hinges, Butt Hinges, Carnage Springs, Carriage Trimmings, Saddlers' Trimmings, Saddlers' Hardware, Anvils, Chains, Vices, Files, Augers, Brushes, Locks, Steel, Latches, Screws, Brads and Tacks, Iron, Nails, &c, &c, Mattocks. Plane. Shovels, Spades, Axes. Curry Combs and Cards, Servers, Guns, Spectacles, Carriage Lamps, Bridle Bins, Knives and Forks, very low. Inciuuing tne nest atooit ot cutlery and Farmers' Implements ever offered to the nnb lic, which we nre determined to sell as low at they can ba bought anywhere east ol the mountain. All we want, la mat you oau ana see ana you will find it to your intetest to buy Hardware at a Hardwire Store, all thia and more too at the sign of the BIG PADLOCK. . BONNETS vnd Hats of various kit, da, Jtnny Lind. Queen's Own, etc, etc, a : ,a,ai SHOTWELL & CRABB'S, Char Coal t Chax Coal 1 1 XTf TINTED. Two or three hundred btishols of Char Coal, for which the highest prioe in Cash will bo paid by AARON UOTT. T A ATT" TJT?T)T? ' .LUU1V IllLiliii. "WHITE LEAD, NAILS. Ac.. &c ' J", ' , MjOlC TOr fVlA jut sUll. j f t r receiving on consignment: I I 300 kegs pure White Lead, at $2 per keg. " suu beat Wheeling Nails and Brads, 10 '. to iMM 13,30; 6 and 9 J $3.55; 6u f 4, 10 per kec ratal ana arnren oiusnes oi all si ivs tor i ale at ib HIU PADLOCK. WFl EItSON & C()T Wholesale Druggists 3U. MONROE ST., W1IEEUSG. VI IKS I XI A. OFFERS for sale at the LOWEST M ARKET J PRICES, a large and well selected1 assort ment or DRUGS AND MCDICIXCS, French, Entlink and American Chemical Paints and Oils, Dye Stuffs, Varnishes, Win- uw uinss, uru?gisis' Ulusswnie, crushes ol nil kinds. Bronzes, Perfumery, Surgical Instruments, Hatters Materials, GENUINE COD LIVEU OIL, together with every article comprising tbe biock ot a uruggisi. m:iy7-ly 1'ItFiMII A3D l'UUIC f I HIE subscriber is receiving nt bis old stand X in Cadis, Ohio, iu addition In his former slock, a larire supply of fre Ii itnl iure L.ui.1u:s,Uii.!s,01L,S,rAlIiT!S.VAUNlSUi:S, TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE! etc., etc.. in short everything usually kept in u lluudnds afflicted with Consumption, Dyspep Wesrern Drug Store. sin. Hpiintioii .if the Heurt, Torpid Uver, Palsy, Mis stock has been cnrefully selected nsioqunl- Irritability of the System, General or Local Piiiua ity and prices will be so low that no person can or Weakness, Might Sweats, Dimnejs of Sight, reasonably object, t.isstookwillhekept full.niid Fits of Desimiidency, Musouhit P.ostrntion. nmU he would call the particular attention of persons nil diseases of the Nervous Centre, never dretii.r wishing to purcl.aso uiiythiug in his line, to see of the cause of their several ntJIiciiiMis. They hisstock before purchasing elsewhere. treat results us if they were cuuses, and so no re t iimiikiui ior pusi invors, ne siiunopes,oy care and strict attention to business, to merit it larg share of the patronage of a liberal public finyjJl-ly JOHN BEAf.T.. Wistar's Balsam of "Wild Cherrv. The Great Remedy for Consumption of the Lungs, Affection of the Liter, Asthma, ... n J txr , ' , Bronchus, Pains or Weakness of tin- Iireast or Lungs, and other ajectiuns of shadowed by the corrupt and tuihiinl. - The on' Ai Pulmonary Organs. , hppy victim shuns society, and avoids tho very TXTE copy the following article with plens- f w ure irom tne " Boston .mercantile Jour nal," ol March, 149. and we hope that if any of our renders arc suffering from nny of t ie coin- filaints which it is said to cure, they will tptedi y avail themselves ol it. Dr. Wistar's lttdsani of Wild Clicrrv It was well known many years ago thai Ihe Willi Cherry tree barkol this climate possessed valuable medicinal qualities. Indeed this fact wns known to the aborigines, and decoctions of the leaves or bark of this tree hns ever been re garded by their physicians ns one of the most ef fectual remedies in many diseases. This fact, several years since, arrested the attention of Dr. Wi8tar, n higniy respcctntiie practit oner of Vir ginia. He investigated with care the hculing properties of the Wild Cherry tested its ( fleets when administered nlnne.nnd when in combina tion with other remedial agents. He found thin its natural virtue might be greatly improved , and Dy commning it wiui ingreiiients waose proper ties were all well proved nnd gener lly recog nized, a medicino wns produced which consti tales it remedy of great importance in Pulmonary nffections, and discuses of the Chest and Throat diseases which are proverbially prevalent in on cities and large towns, nnd olten prove fatal, swelling the bill of mortality to n much grentei extent Ihun is the case with most others, wc hud almost said nil classes of disease. The genuine Wistar's lialsa.n of Wild Cherry has ii facsimile of the signature of Henry Wistar. ivi. i)., rniiuiieiphin, anil sanionl anil rar on n finely execuied steel engraved wrapper. Non other are genuine. CONSUMPTION : And still another ciiac ot Hereditary ('onstimp' tion cured by Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cher ry a father and sister of the restored having died of that insatiable disease : Clark Towasuir, Brown Co., Ohio, February 20th, 1851. Joi n D. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, General Western Agent for Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry Dear Sir: Our fitnuiy nre pretlisnnse to that terrible disease Consumption my lather i I .l:.i -I .i.... .! linn sisier Having oieu oi tutu disease, i nave also been predisposed toCuiisuinption.nnd iihoiu three years since i wns completely prostrated by it, nnd for weeks my life was disniiirul ol My physicians und my friends all considered my case us hopeless, and requested me to prepare for death, lor a very lew (t.iys at most would close my life. To alleviate my paroxisms of coughing, which were intensely torturing, and to assist my expectoration, which almost smothered me, my 1 1 lends nougat mo one Dottle ol Air. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, nnd commenced giving me a few (lions nt it lime, as mv contrhin? snelln cume on, and from the first I experienced relief. und ohuiineu a uttie uninterrupted sleep, which refreshed raevery much. From this time I bec;nn to gain strength nnd to improve rapidly ; und af tcr it few days I was enabled Intake Ihe Balsam of Wild Cherry regularly and in full doses. My appetite und my digestion became goo , nnd to theneton shmcnt ol nil thnt knew me, I recover ed, llisto Dr. Wistar's Balsam of WildCherry.l and ihntnlone, under the blessing of Providence,1 thut I owe my recovery. My healili is now good j evciy vestngeol tntit manning complaint. Con sumption, thnt had lor years attacked nic like n horrible incubus, has been eradicated from mv system, nnd 1 do most earnestly entreat ell that nre in tne least prcutBposeu to v onsuinniion to make immediate trial of Dr. Wisttu's Bulsnm of Wild Cherry, for I have full faith in its restoring them to health. Truly yours. JOHN BROOKS. Important Caution. Beware of n base coun terfeit ol A'istur's Balsam of Wild Cherry, signed by one Wm. Spear, who, in order to palm his vile imitation upon lh public, has obtained a fac simile uf our bottle, and copied our label of di rections vorbnliim, substituting his own name for thnt of Henry Wistar, M. D., which is found on the genuine. Remember the outside. label or wrnnner of the genuine Balsam is a finely executed steel engru vine. bearing the name ol Henry Wistar. M. !.. und Snnford nnd Park none other can he genu ine. Skillful and scientific physicians now (in scribe tni medicine in tneir practice. - Price SI per Don le six nettles for 5. Sofil by 1. D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio. North east corner of Fourth nnd Walnut street entrance on Wnlnut street, to whom nil orders must ho addressed. Also, by John Boall.and M'Bcun& Knox. Cadiz: Uotrsr Si Pntrish, Moorefield; John HngicMt. Pleasant: J. Cruuibnoher & Son, Wheeling; T. S. Honing, Steubenville, jyl61y AARON HOTT, MAXUFA CTUBER AXD DEALER Z COPPER TIN m SHEET IRON-WARE, HAS always on hand, at his shop (near S. & II M'Fuddeii's store) a large stock of the above wares of every description, which ho will sell Wholesale or Ketnil, ns low ns can dq pur chased anywhere else in the Western ocuntrv. Country Merchants wishing to lay in a stock of Tinware, would tin well to give nio a cnll before purohnsintf, as I think I oun sell a little lower than they ban purchase elsewhere . . STOVES. I have for sale the celebrated -Etna Air Tight Cooking Stoves of all sizes, for either wood or oonl. . These Stoves are decidedly the best iu the market, and 1 foci confident that pny person try ing one will sny so ( all I ask ia that they may have a fair trial. j Also .he Air Tight Wood Stove, which Is hard io beat in this or any other market. . All Stoves old by me ate warranted j and any one pur chasing Stove, nnd finding It defective, can re turn It tome and I will rank an eirhnntre; I cum nnd wnx tell Stoves AS CHEA P ns they can bo had In any murkei. LADbLflilA MhOiCA L UULtKf bribed U years ago, by DR. KINKELIV. .1. w. corners I utuu anil t'.MU.t n.rr. om t ween Spruce and Pine, a square anft a balf from ihe MrrchnntVExehiiBge. Phiiaili Jjifcea. . Persons suffering frow Pains hi 1'ie Loins, re cent and Chronir afTeciioa l nHe ksitneys, di enseotthe Bladder, GniviJ. Slrictnres, m miniil Weakness, and all the coacosii UHinaof Ay. pi ilitic affections, and those who, by fndulgi igi u sec irt huhit. have entailed on themselves ciw titutiwnul debility, should apply iminediaiely (nt the most speedy remedies to DR. MNKEI.IN. ' die most expert and successful practiuoner farar near, in the ucaimsnAot all iliKises of aptivaia nature. r INVALIDS ' Are apprised rtmt DR KtNKF.MX confines hi practice to a punicalur branch at medicine, srhictt eugngeshia prolouml attention, lie enntiont the unoriiiiuite ngiiitist the abuse of mercury t thou sands are iinutrilly raerearialised out of life; re cent affections are proinotly exiintmished. See your cases properly eradicated, not patched op. , mtirrren people, nun inme nbevt to mnrry, should be particularly cauiMnts oftliosearrkler.tsi what a dreadful inheritance to transmit to uustriu ity !" . " . - Strictures, one of the most troublesome and dim-, gerous affections, which olten end in f ravel, in- ll.inimation, weakness, Ike, Dr. Kinkeliiigiiuran. tees to remote speedily i lis also swellings, ais- eased prostrate elands. A.c rlniiils. &.c. Strietilrns hVf mill ed many who had no kuowlcdreof their existence. liet is touiid. What is the cause of these diseases very fre quently? Thercisthcuecret soiiNity self ubtle practised by thousands. Commenced wben boys ut school or elsewhere, it is kept up even during young manhood, producing mental and physical prostration. ' " YOUNG MEM, Remember, with indulgence and repetition, or ganic excitement liecoii.es almost continuous and morbidly sensitive u much so that the organs nre vividly acted upon by a prurient imagination. Especially in a state of imperfect sleep are they: stimulated by lacivious and pernicious dreams which lend to a constant and involuntary wasting away of the Btainiiia ol man. The mote this fin : happy condition is prolonged, the more frequent. '"voluntaty, und alarming the evil , and if not ar- IZl't1'6 T"'" Tf "'a "P becomes it mere slave oldepracd passions. the mental nnd intellectual in man are soon over- weak, pale, emaciuted with failing sight, heilr- NKiiiuuu otiii muic u i wuniuii iieUiiie ng, memory, mind und with an undefined tlrenin of cowing calamity, nnil an aversion to all lha business of lile, he suon sinks into a conditio of Jistlessness, indifference mid lethargy, from which no common skill enn arouse him. Which such a pnlieiit, the question or iilternn-' live naturally arises, betweeti a manly eonmtro uud by the aid of medical skill, to overcome his woes or toi iik shamefully into the arms of dmh. Let him brace his nerves, and rise with the lust effort ot masculine fortitude, to combat the evil, and apply for relief. To nil such Dr. Kiiikelin enn promise a renovation ol strength manhood , and a con tinted mind. READ Dr. Kinkelin's Book on ihe Infirmnties of the Gen erative System, it will be mailed by enclosing S3 cents in it rosT-sAtn letter. He ho places himself under the care of Dr. K., may religiously ronfidc ill his honor as a gentle-' mail, am! confidently rely upon his skill as a phy--sicinn. . Persons nt n distance niny address Dr. K. by letter (enclosing a fee) nnd be cured nt home. PA JK AGES of MEDICINES, DIRECTIONS, ic, forwarded, by sending a remittance, and put up secure ftom DAM AGE or CURIOSITY. jy'JS-Iy Jaundice, DyspepBi'n, ( lironic or nervous de bility, tlibcnsc of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordeied l.iveror Stunuich. iiteli as Coiiiiiipiiti.in. iu vnid Piles, fullness of blood . io the bend, acidity ol the Stoniacn, Nausea . lienrthiirn, Di.-gusl (or Food, fullness or weight in the Mm.'icli, sour -rucniioiia, rinliiiigor fiul tetiugnt the pit of the 8toiuuch, swiniiiii.ig of tbu Head, hurried nnd difficult Breathing, fluttering ni the Heart, choking or tuffocuting sensation when. in a lying posture, dimness of vision, dot or webs belore the Sight, lever nnd dull pain in '' the tletid, deficiency or preservation, yellowness of the .Skin ami Eyes, p iiu in the Side, Buck, Chest, Limbs, &c, sudden flushes of Heat, burn ings in Flesh, constant imaginings of Evil, unit giuat depression cfSpirits, ;an bk effkctimlly cubed nr DR. IIOOFLAND'S. CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS V PSKf ASKD BV SH. C. KX. JA.CZLSON. (, AT TUB GEllMAN MEDICINE S ORE No 130, ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. ", Their power over the above diseases is not ex celled, if equalled, by any other preparation in the United ."Slates, as the cures nttesl, in tunny cases vfier skilful physiciniiB had failed. These Hitters are wot thy the nltention of invtil-' itls. Possessing erent virtues in the rectification : of discuses on ihe Liver and lesser elunds. exer- . cisingthe most searching powerriii weukuessnmi -nfTectioiis of the digestive organs, tiiey nre, witii al, sale, cettiiin and pleasant. (From the "Boston Bs.) :: Tho etlitor said. Dee aid 'Dr. Hootland's Jolebratcd German Bitters for the cure of Liver Complain t.JiiBBdico.Dvsnensiii' Chronic or Nervous Debility, is deservedly one ol the most popular medicines of the day.- These Bitter have been used by thousands, and a friend at our elbow says he litis himself received nn.cl fcctutil and permanent cure of Liver Complaint from tbe use of (bistcmedy. We are convinced thai, iu the use of these Bitters, the patient con stantly gains strength and vigor a fact worty of great consideration.. They nre pleasant irt taste and smell, und cun be used by persons with the most delicate stomach withTstifeiy uudi r my . circumstances. Wenrespeakiuglrom'eaperienca -mud to the afflicted we advise their use." - . "Scott's Wecklcy," one of the best Literary ' pa p published, said Ang 25 . t t "l)r Hoollaud's Gerniun Bitters, rr.nniifnctuu d : by l)r Jackson, are now recommentled by so urn " ot the most prominent members of tbe faculty aa : ..f u -.a:-; .. J . uir iiiiii.ii; vi iimwi cuioieiicy in case Ol lemnio? weakness. As such is the cuse, we would tidvi.e ' till mother to obtain it bottle, nnd thus m theiuselvessmuch sickness. Persons of debiliia j ted constitutions will find these Bitters advantages to their heultb, a wo knuw from experience tire '1 salutary effect ihey have upon wend systems.'? .. . MOKE EVIDENCE. The " Philndelphin Saturday- Guzette," the i best Inmily tewsfuipcr published In the United states, the editor says al ' Dlt. IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, v-' "It is seldom tin t we n.ouauuciid whin is term- . cd Pntcnl Medicines to the -onlidence mid pat-."' ronngeofour reader) and, tlitreforo, when w recommend Dr. Ilooltt nd" Gertunu Bitters, n wish it to be distinctly understookl that w are mil speaking ol lha nostrums of the day, that are i ncised about for a brief nenod aud then liirn-ni i..n . after they have done their guilty ruceol mischief, 1 ; but ol a medicine long established, universally prized, nnd which hns jnet Ihe Uenrtj uimtotal ' ol the Fuculty itself." J'litit this medicine will care Liver Complaint -nnd Dyipepaiu, no one can doubt, wfter using it as directed. Itactsspocificiilly wpua thestoninch ;' nnd liver it is preferable to ealosaelinafaiViadt -diseases the effect immediate, Tltey can bead-. . ministered to vkmalb or infant with safety and reliable benefit, at nny time, ,. ; . ; BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Thi medicine has attained thnt high ehnraeter ' which is Dcocssnry for all awrlicines lo aitnin to v induce counterfeiters to put forth a spuriuiisnrtj cht nt the risk of the live of tbese who are inno- ' cently deceived. , ., j,. LOOK WELL TO THE MARKS Of ' . - THE QSJWME. ..... ...' 'f i Tliev have the written signature ofC u : Jarkson npnn the wrapper, and lha name blown in the bottle, teMout iitA they ore tpvmqut. ' : ror snie, wnoiesaie nn:i retnit, at 4.bmai MnmciNK SToat, No 130 Arch street. ni,a l,u . below Sixth, (lateof 278 Rao atreei.) Philndel phin, and by respectable dealers Ihrom-hhiit the oountry. Also lot sole by Messrs. McBEAN .U KNOX.Catli. : :1" - ,vv . . lAimr.itM-a verysufrinr etiiliti .,d V new siyies, lor Mle by - , : ; i mnjst , , t : 8IIOTVF.I.I. A jV'IUBB; ; Ptlll tabl .r i ' rf : A ' : I" A n d Ms-- !-- ti l ' ii " io -i : iw. 1