Newspaper Page Text
Sentinel & farmer.
S ' -i. . The People & the People's Eights , CAUIZ. OHIO. WEDNESDAY. MAY 6, 1852. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Judge of tie Supreme Court, WILLIAM B. CALDWELL Tor member of the Board of the PM'ie Works, 1 JAMES B. STEEDMAN. DISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore existing be tween Allen, Giles & Blain, in the publi cation of the "Democratic Sentinel and Har rison County Farmer," is this day dissolved. All persons indebted to said iirm, for ei ther Advertising, Subscription, or Job Work will please call and settle immediately, and those having claims against said firm will please present them to Charles N. Allen, who is authorized to settle the business of the firm; and by whom the paper will hero after be conducted. CHARLES N. ALLEX, WILLIAM A. GILES, WILLIAM I. BLAIN. Cadiz, March 31, 1352. NOTICE. The books of E. It. Powell, late publish er of the Cadiz Sentiuel, have been placed in the hands of Charles N. Alle.v, the present Editor and Proprietor, lor settlement. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the said Powell for Job Work, Advertising or Subscription, must make payment of the tame against tho 1st day of June next, or their accounts will have to be placed in the hands of proper officers for collection. T. L. JEWETT, Trustee. jaassmsT.WsTsiiBMt.. r r.vtemm A Gentle Hint. We would be glad if those of our subscri bers who are indebted for the past volume of the Sentinel, would come forward and pay up. The late firm owe several heavy debts, which must be paid in a few days, and we must have money to pay tliemwith. Come, friends, don't disappoint us. jtarT. Phillips & Son have the largest assortment of Boots, Shoes, &c, that have ever been offered in Cadiz. They sell cheap and warrant their work to be good. For full particulars see advertisement. Be Careful now you sell Poisons! The law, No! 40, which is published on our first page, is quite strict about the Belling of p-;i-sons. Apothecaries and others interested, will please take notice, and live up to i'.s provisions. jKTOur thanks are due to Hon. S. P. Chase and W. F. Hunter for Congressional documents. Wc should like to have a copy of the Census Report in full. JtSTlIas the "Commercial Advertiser," at Uhrichsville, died out, or has the editor gone off with the "spiritual knockers?" We have cot seen a copy for several weeks. 5TLand warrants tire now soiling in New York for 125. STKossuth arrived at Boston on the 28th ult, and was received by both houses of tho Legislature. J5TWhat has become of. the May number of the Templar's Magazine? We did not receive it, although the subscribers. in Oa diz did. We always notiee it reguhir, and why this neglect? Only Ten Hour 3 a Day. Among the laws published in to-day's pa per, is one fixing the hours of manual labor. Ten hours is to be the length of a day's work after this. This will be good news to those mechanics .and others, who cam their bread by the "sweat of their brow." Extravagance. The aimy of the United States numbers 10,000' men all told, and costs the Government $100,000 or 1,000 per man. How this large sum of money is appropriited we should like to know. There . . I.- 1 idusi ue corruption somewueju. jtSLand slides of a serious character have lately occurred at Pittsburgh, caused, by the wet weather. Temperance Resolutions. When we penned our remarks a week or two' since in relation tq the resolutions pas sed by the Temperance Quarterly Council of Jefferson and Harrison counties, wc had not the re motest i de a th at they w oul d nice t th e displeasure of any person, much les that of a female. But it appears we were mistaken. A person who signs herself "A Woman," comes out in the last Republican, and gives the editor of the Sentinel and the liquor sel lers "Jesse." For our part we will grin and bear it. We never consider sd ourself vain enough to hold a controversy with a female in a public manner, and shall not commence now. We only say to the Republican's cor respondent "go it while you're young." Poor Chance for Gen. Scott. Senator Mangum, of North Carolina, in piaking a speech in favor of Ger . Scott, the .other day in Congress, Uses the. following Jangwg,0 n reference to the present admin istration and the opposition Gen. Scott has to eontend with. His friends should bo on iie look out. .'Ha knew how difficult it would be for him powerless, without patronage, without official influence to get the nomination a gainst the power of an administration, which wielded in its sdpport 100,000 office holders and their friends and dependents, amounting to probably half a million of persons. He knew, if the administration should unscru pulously use this power, it would be almost impossible for GenJScott to get tho nomina tion."' " ; .."''' i- ''' v ' ; The IJcw Tax Law. We published lat week the tax law en- acted unnT the provision of the new Con - stitution. Its equitable system of levyin taxes upon every class of citizens alike ike, says mending T .ce. Iu the Picayune, cannot fail in recomme ii to every lover ol honesty and justice, its IcadllKrfvitllirn. an. '.Vrf tl. lur.n. amnnnt o - - - - 0 ..... of property, heretofore totally exempt from the prying eyes of the assessor, it brings ner, that crops in the ground were to be tax upon the tax duplicate, subject to taxation; jed, according to the new tax law. Wheth and Secondly, its exemption, in the hands er he thought what lie was writing was cor ! of every individual subject to taxation, pro-jrect or not, wewill leave that for himself to ,perty to the value of two hundred dollars. decide. Wc are inclined to the opinion, These are important provisions to the tax however, that he only wished to make alit : payers of Ohio, and such as will tell here- j tie political capital, and thought that the new after, beneGcially to the laboring portion of tax law would be a capital thinsj to work the community. It is estimated from the upon, being that it was passed by a Demo most reliable sources, that this law will bring, cratic Legislature, and anything that they upon the tax duplicate of the State, liable to taxation, about twenty-four millions of dol lars, which had been, heretofore screened from assessment, by the majical potency of, corporate grants and special privileges claim ed by wealthy monied associations. This large amount will be added to the aggregate of "taxable property" in the State; and thus while bankers and other money-making as sociations are dividing their annual profits, varying from eight to fifty per cent., they are compelled by this just law, to "face the music," and pay their fair proportion of the public burdens in the same manner thatthey are paid by the farmer, the merchant, and the mechanic. Had this been the case last year, instead of getting off with the pittance of about one hundred and thirty thousand dollars, they would have paid into the State treasury the neat little sum of two hundred and forty-five thousand, five hundred dollars ! In the present state of the finances of Ohio, and in connectton with her public debt, this large amount is an item of too much importance to escape the notice and appreciation of the intelligent and honest tax-payers of Harrison County; and if the present Legislature had not consummated another single measure during the session, tt is one prominent act should endear every member, who was active in its enactment, to the lasting gratitude of every friend to equal rights and equal burdens. Secondary to this crowning act of the Le gislature is the equable exemption from tax ation, to each and every tax payer of two hundred dollars worth of property. While this provision recognizes the spirit of the act of 18'16, it designates a different rule of appli cation. By the law of 184G, the articles that were exempted from taxation were ennume rated in kind; as sheep, hogs, looms, a sad dle, &c, while the present law simply speci fies the amount so excluded, and leaves the selection of the articles to the choice of the owner. under the old law, persons not owning the ' i i c . i kind of property exempted, derived no ben- " ' , cfit from euch exemption; but under the pre sent law, where ft is Ihe value that is ex empted, every person may enjoy its benefit, providing he has the amount of property it, covers. These are, in fact, the only two points in which the present tax law varies materially from that of CD4G. and a nerusal of ilia art willshow at once, that it was one leadinir ,11t'Ilc;"lllult 110 wolllJ d,J t1 best he could for t . , a c e.i- i the Whig party. Ihe Sentinel may rest as- object ot the framers of this law, and of the surwl ttJMenAa of0kl ChipaJe wMe legislature by whom it was passed, to ease 1 awake, an ' ready to do battle again t loeofo the pressure which has so long borne down coism, whether he or another shall be the the energies and crippled tho resources of standard-bearer. We have no doubt but the the working classes, by compelling those """ditor would be glad to see a quar . . .,. , , . , -rel between the political friends of Gen over whose immunities thelawthrew a wider, Scott and Mr. Pillmorb. We tell him, how range of protection, to "walk up" nnd con-'ever, that "it c.n't be did.". -Belmont Chron trihutc their just quoto in defraying the ex- 'e- penses of the government. And who will I A?'ot uneasy in the least, brother IIow gainsay such a just measure? The people, ; ilr(:l in regard to Gen. Scott's prospects in the honest working portion of community, ! lms district; because we think they ure slim, have too long "borne the heat and burden j We don't care anything about seeing a quar of the day," it is full time that those wholl between the friends of Mr. Fillmore and have fattened on the snoils should bear a' portion of the burden. itiTThe following proceedings of tho Le gislature, in relation to a bill for the sup pression of the sale of intoxicating liquors in this State, we find reported in the Ohio State Journal. The reporter of the Journal pays quite a compliment to our Senator, Hon. S G. Pcppard. The Senate went into committee of the whole, Mr. Rex in the chair, und took up the bill to suppress drunkenness. Mr. Pardee moved to strike out all quali fications as to the persons to whom liquors shall bo sold; which was spreed to. so that the bill amounts to a prohibition of the sale to any person. Mr. Ferguson moved to make the penalty for selling imprisonment in the county jail. lie contended that fines were inefficient to suppress the trade. Mr. Peppard followed in a very spirited and able argument against the entire trade. He said he saw nothing in the constitution which prevented the cutting up of the whole traffic, which, however light it may be in some instances, was so fruitful of ruin, dis tress, misery and crime, that the good of the community required that it should be wholly 1-ooieo. up. me spoKe at considerable length, and made the ablest speech on the subject made this session. The amendment of Mr. Ferguson being agreed to, and the committee rose, when the Senate took a recess. The Senate then went into committee of the whole, and resumed the consideration of the bill to suppress drunkenness, when Mr. Covey moved that the bill be nassed by, his, obiect beino' to move the hill lm poned till next sess on. The motion was not agreed to. The bill was proceeded with to the close. Mr. Rich moved to insert his bill as an amendment to this, on which mot;on he made an extended and somewhat heavy ar gument in favor of the amendment. He spoke some time with moving effect. The committee rose and reported the bill back, when it was laid on the table. Oiuo Whiskev. The New York papers caution business men against frauds in Ohio Whiskey, as a barrel which arrived there a few days since, and which was gauged for forty-eight gallons, was found, on measure ment, to be some ten or a dozen gallons short. The barrel was of the usual size, and wag full; but it was made of very thick staves a cavity havim been scooned out opposite the bung-hole, to allow the gauger!1 rod to drop down to the required depth. : I The Tax Law. Some of tlie papers in ibis State and ; the tadii Republican amoni- the rest, are1,;, r,.;,. -irsnoreH f,nm Rnm.t or the endeavoring to male the people believe that .,l.......;.. . t..ii.i.u:...i..Jr .1 i.: ' -s.i. i-i- j: .: "Crops in the Ground" are included in tJie provisions of the taxable property of the new' w ,, . , lax Law. Our neighbor some two weeks lux .Law. Uur neighbor some two weeks inr" in nn nrtiili. '.f I. -jtf a ..diim n in 1. ,,ll, ...v, ... .... ... ...... ....... , "-"o ( j went on to show in his very eloquent man- would do be entirely wrong in his estima tion. Some of our friends not being certain whether such was the fact, took the trouble of corresponding with the Auditot of State to know whether crops in the ground were taxable. The following from that gentleman to C. II. Mitchener, Esq., cf New Philadel phia, which we copy from the Ohio Demo crat, shows that the hopes of those whig gen tlemen, who were so anxious to have crops in the ground taxed, were all groundless. They had better try some other part of the law, and see if they cannot pick a flaw in it' Auuitor of State's Office, Ohio. Columbus, April 23, 1852. Sir: I have received your telegraphic despacth desiring to be informed whether crops in the ground are to be listed for tax ation ? The solution of this question may be Eur- rounded by gretter embarrassment than is now lelt by this department; but as at pres ent impressed, I feel no hesitancy in decid ing that growing crops, still in the ground, neeu not do returned to tlie. assessor as per sonal property subject to taxation. At the season when the assessm nts ara made, crops in the ground have as best but a pre carious exisuince; ir.ey may never attain maturity, and their valuj is wholly contin gent; before ripening for tin sickle, they may become as valueless as stubble. It would Reem unjust, therefore, to subiect them (o the burthen of taxation in advance of attaining a reliable value, t t : i i . ii coumieeu mai me aoove decision is incorrect, or if surperio;.- authority places an adverse construcron on the law, it will then be the duty of this department to shape its action accordingly; but if it be once establish ed that crops in a state of incipiency, are taxable property,' within tho meaning of the law, it may oo well worthy ot enquiry whetk er animals yet in the womb, and fruit still in the bloiom, may not fall under the same category, In neither of these crscs can 1 suppose it was in tho contemplation of the warmers ot the consilium n, to require the imposition oi tax; ana yet m both instances, weie is a eoiiuuycni, vaiue, iiio same as in the case of growing crops. I mi'ht still far ther illustriale the view of this subject which which I have supposed to be correct, but. , I'nj.Tuiiit; iiiat unuuy.ii lias o 'en wi men 10 PUC . ... ., . I. a..., ...1.1 I. von i i scsr, on nn w (finsi i,fn!mnu , . , have controlled my decision. liespcctiuily. W. 1). MORGAN, Auditor. C. II. l.lrrcjfENKit, New Phil'a. The Cadiz .Sentinel need sailer no uneas iness about the prospects of Gen. Scott in tins District. We have elected a delegate whose first choice is for Gen. Scott. He was not instructed, because we had all conti- Gen. Scott either; for it would be no r.cw sight to un. All that we have to do to see the qu;.rrel, is to pick up a Scott paper and then a Fillmore one, and the sight is right to our hand. Hope you'll take it easy if Gen Scott should'ntbe nominated, after the loud talk you have made why he should be nom inated in preference to any other whig. Kossuth at the Tomd of Wa shington. A correspondent of the Ohio Statesman writes an interesting description of Kossuth's visit to the Tomb of Washington. On pro ceeding to the Tomb, says the writer, "Kos suth removed his hat as he approached, and stood for a moment with his arms foldsd, gazing upon the tombstone, when he grasp ed the iron railing, bound himself till his hands rested on his face, and wept as I have rarely seen a man woep. lie struggled man ifestly, to repress his emotions, but it was beyond his control, the affections had mas tery of Ihe intellect, and the regrets, resolves and hopes of that hour were only to be could only bo expressed in throbbing emo tion which forced bitter tears. When he oadwepta few moments, he walked alone from the tomb, and when ho returned, his countenance looked sad indeed." .ZSTThe new tax law docs not tax Chur ches, Grave Yards, etc., as the Whig papers charged would be done, in case th New Constitution was adopted. LEGION OF HONOR! Amounts received on subscrip- ;uviW4UiUiW, since April 28, 1852: Wm. Shilling, John Trimble, $1,00 75 CADIZ Wheat, $ bu Corn, - Rye, - - Oats, - - Barley, - -Corn Meal, -Potatoes, Green Apples, MARKET-MAY 5. 60 I Pork, 3,50 33 Flour 33 bbl. 3,00 33 22 45 40 75 CO Salt, f, bbl. 2,00 -ggs, $J doz. C J ButterfJlb. 12J Sugar, 810 Cheese. 810 Hams, 8 Shoulders, ' 6 Sides, ,7 Lard, . 8 Tallow, 8 Country soup, 46 Tea, 60 1,25 Dried Apples, 1,00 Dried Peaches, 1,25 Ti'y seedl,602,00 Flax Seed, 87 Clover Seed, 6,00 Fresh Beef, 37 Molasses, 60 Feathers, 31 ix'iioo, 12: Hay 3Q too 6,00 . Another SciESTinc Wosder! - Lipokt- AST TO DTSPEPTICt. Dr J. 8. lloucjb.ton't Pepsin, The True Dipettive Fluid, or Gae- Fourth Stonuuh of the Ox, after directions f Baron Liebig, the great Physiological CJhe,m1i' bJ .J-.8' "ouiihlon. M. D., Phil- adelphia. Tnis is truly a wonderful remedy ,. LHilw)it:B. rv,,ner,sia. J-mndirA 1.1,, ,' t .. I..j- n i i:i t:... , -. i-i ' , ionipiaiiii., vonnipauuii, anu ist-unuy, cu rin after Nature's Own Method, by Na ture s Own Agent, the Uastric Juice, I'am phlets, containing scientific evidence of its value, furnished by agents gratis, fc-ee no tice amon the medical advertisements. JtrTiiE best Possiulk Rkmldt for Con sumption! W'istak's Balsam of Wild Cheb ki is just the remedy that a pure miuded, unprejudiced man, thoroughly acquainted with every system of practice, and well ac quainted wiih the whole Materia Medica, and experienced in general practice, would recommend as the Best Possible Remedt, for the the cure of Coughs, Colds Asthma, bronchitis and Consumption. This remedy contains the extraordinary medicinal virtues of the Wild Cherry nnd the Fire which are combined and embodied in their utmost power in this article. ay a nice chemical Drocess.oA ervlhin? de leterious or useless is rejected, so" that what remains is the most extraordinary and tru- iy emcacious remedy lor all kinds ol pulmon ary and liver diseases ever known lo man. i?in!e advertisement. CADIZ lAiUiii:, 1. l;u. 1. o. o. r Alueisovery HUOAY KVEN IN'J.nt lio'clc.eli n tlie Hall, adjoining ilio Market limine. mecis every Mimihiy evening in the Hull ad joining the Maikot House. Kciruliir decree lueutingi on tlie first Mouduy n cviTy month . wh. noea. John i uoa. t. J. brown 'l'r;ili under liio Finn of Wiilfcun llogg & Co. 17"E have received our entire Spring stock V V ol fancy mill Sin pie Dry Good a. from New Yorlt, I'liiludelphia nnd Uultim.ue, "a- IllilUing NOT TUB SMALLEST STOCK IN TOWN, Wllicll lias been selected will einct reference to the wants of this viummiity, and herewith inform the public that wo cuniiut nnd will not be un dersold by any establishment in thin i,r th ml. Joining counties, not excepting those thatpro- icss io sen hi supuluted prolits to a felcet few. Ve tequest n close, strict and impartial exam ination of our stock and prices, 'i he stock is largo nnd must bo sold. i!iyo WM, flOGO & CO. offer a very nice iifsortment of Dies- troodsin everv vurintv. nrum-lv llrrw:.i. Figured nnd fluin, Ulnr-k and Fiinc" Hand kerchiefs, Poland Silks, Silk T issues, I'iaid Ar ircntines. Primed and Pliiin H-ir t e. H oc re de Luines, French Lawns, Oinglin ins, etc., nil to be had very low for cash, approved produce, oi on short credits to good men. ".Short profile, talk little, do much, last sales nnd (juick re turns," is our motto, "ny 5 WM. HOGG & CO. r. in admitted truth lhatlJocu&C ways oilers Cnijlv whon sold Dllt. lllp liiru.l and largest stork of Men ami IJoys' wear to b.: had, mi , a little less price than is generally sold a!. ,.,,, e J M. HOliG & CO, pronounce it no trou blc 10 show roods. I thprnliir- rm,i,.i,t " iii.urini ,1)11, siiiin, to eiiii mill ex amine their beautiful stock oHloimets, llonnei liilihons, mid the birirest and best assortment of Flowers nnd Talis in this town, together vvith 4 dozen Parasols, r0;my of wliieh nre very line and nice, in store to he sold. Gloves. Alitia, Hosiery, Tiinimiritrs, .Silk Fiinne und Lacs, fveeille work of every variety. mitya rjlIIE balance of our stock coiislsu'ng of JL Hardware, Qoeenswiiri!. Glassware. Nail. i ,i ,. . . , ' . 7 Miovels. 1' orks. f-ci i ...o n,, t, n.i w i i ..i.. - , , - - Leather everv i i,;,f ... ., t "."-" ' u mcr, every tiling usually kept in country t......ii, iu i;,.- lljtl r l- TI' 17,, 'Ml, e ,-rlnu T.i ...it n tie lower) regardless of profit, nscan be pur chased in thioor tho i i in hi; ciiiiuties. WM. HOGG & CO. Sieubenville Stieet. may 5 3 1'llll.Lll'S. WII.LlAM pini.i.ra. FlasSIip ami &osa, m a stmsctilicrsnre now opening a Sprint JL stock of Hoots. ltd Mines in nil "their vari ety, which embraces many new styles not here- totore presented m Cadiz, mining which ,,,n i... 1 . . r ii . "V tvui.t, u, inlying oi ;.i3uiiiinie i:ooij8: Mail's Wear. Men's Pegged Welt loots, fine; do no Pump do tin 'lo do half welt do do do Rip do do do Seive I cloth Congres G liters. v,ln, do do do do do do do do (to pumps, do do do hallvrolls; do Jersey '1'ifs, fine. Pegged Pump llromuis, fi-st quality ; do hull wult do do do Kin do do ,l,i Pit tent Leatncr slippers; urtini io do Women's Wear. Women's Light colored Kid Slippers, T. Rounds do IJronze do do ild ,0 do Uliteic Kid clippers, first quality; do do do do low priced ; do do Turn Itonud Jenny Lt'nds; do lirouzc do do do Light colored do do I'l.iainekd leather do do Black sillc lasting do do lllacU lasting Gaiter Boots, do Go-it Welt Buskins; do Kid do do do Goatrcgged Boots, Heels ; do do do do Springs; do Jenny Liud Boots; do I'olka do Misses' Wear. Misses1 Enameled Leather Jenny Linds: ' .i .. i,i . i i - i . - un uiacii mil no (Jo do Bronze Tipped do do do Lasting Gaiter Boots; do Bronze do do do Colored Morocco do With a good ussortment of Bov' Youth's nnd children's shoes all of which we will w mint lo give general satisfaction, The ladies will find at this esiablishme ntan assortment of fine shoes not surpassed in this place. Our assortment will be found equal to any in the market, und the prices ns low. may o. in.iit t. rmiAAVS & SO IV. T. PHILLIPS & SON, Dealers iu Boots, .Shoes, Leathai, etc., MAIN STRKET, OPPOSITE THE PUDUC BUILUINOg, Ciuli,, Oiii. 1'imAL. ACCOIJ I S. VTO riCE is hereby given that the following aocoiints have been tiled in the P robule Court . of Ilarnson county, Ohio, for settlement : .... . - ' ....v... . i tie niiitl account ol Joseph Ren as executor of Thomas Barrett, deceased The account of Jaeon Gnthnll nnd S r.1 Uilbreath as executor of James Anderson, dee'd. The account of William G. Finney us u,j. ministrator of Samuel Hedges, deceased. The account of John Bethel ua executor ol William Crawford, deceased. And that tho same will be severally examined and passed upon by the undersigned,-on Monday .1. n .1. .1 ...... 1- . . .. ... ...... . - uio on uny oi June next. U. W. VIU.K.S, P"I I4-3t Frohnte Judge. To Itsiili'oud I'ouiriu-lors, PROPOSALS will be received at the Office of tho Steubenville and Indiana Railroad Company, in Newark, from the 1st to ths even ing ol ths Hill of June, 1453, for tne grubbing and clearing , grading and masonry of that por tion of the bteubenville nnd Indians Railroad, hotwoen Coshooton and Newark, being about 35 miles In length, and composing some heavy cuts and tills, und bridge aoross the Muskingum river. Bids will be received in sections ot tiboiit one mile each, or for the entire division. Profiles and specification, with approximate est i unites of quii nt i tics can be scon lit tho offi ces in Newark and 8 ten In nvillo. alter lbs first f June. J, BLIC KliNSDKRf'Elt, jr , avy&-4w Chiel Enginor. j THOIIA Sheriff's Sale. T")Y virtu olthieeli. fa. ei h i fa. issued out Aj of the court of common picas of llurHfon eouutj, oiiio. and m me iiirected, 1 will offer lot sale nt me town of Alnon field in raid cuiinij. ni i-b o'clock A. M., on ihe l!?ih claj of May. ami continue to sell (mm da m the. ie i. completed, the entire owinggoo.is.ete . Dr '. -"!". day to day u le- alock ol tin- rpn'enaware. luedicinp. h M-ll' ll lllltl Uellliail roll (Iruware, boon und ch.K-a. Iis.it, c.ipf, books ami stationer-, liquors ami iron, uch us is uu ullv kept io store, a .'iwrnl atoriinent. Taken iorin utloa hi the property of Nelson Diij,-s, lit ths suit of II. Childs mid Co., I. M. Monuu tiro., and Hutchinson mid Mu'oberd. MsjS-3w JAMKd VO V l. sU-rig. Sheriff's Sale. HP virtue of three fi. la. et levi fa. ifnird a. oul ol the court of common i, lria nl ili.r-! nson county, Ohio, tirnl tome ilirt-ctttl, I willj oiler fot s.tie nt ihe town oi Freepoit, in i county, at ten oVIooK A. M., on the JsMlh 'day I of Alay, inn1 contiuufl to sell Iroiu day ic da) until tliecale is .completed 'he enure stock ' ol the lollowins foods, etc . to-wit: j lry GnoiU; cnsisliu; of tnre fiianli'ps of idoihs, cassiiui res, easineus, ulpaccan, '1 hihel., lucrnios, silks, lil boiu, calicts, liosieiv . elovts ; tuitts, etc., oin. Frenili rt!.d Gei-mnn fancy goods; consisting, of large ipiautiiies of Violins, Hi-curdeen, ( lari ouets, le.dies' glass Toilet boxes, muiille cloi ks, etc.eic. Hardware; consisting of lurge qunntities of; Iron, steel, Locks and latches, j.?reivs, h njri-s, knives nnd forks, axes, nails iinil brads, anvils. oloiix'hs and plow points, hand saw s, mill saws. c runout : saws, tiles, tiuw.lre, scythes and suoiide, mil wind mills, etc. j stoves nud Uueeuswure; eonsittiiig of In rsre rpinntit ies ol' cu 8 nnd saucers, iliihes, plates," cover dishrs, ewers and basil., pitch'-rs, tto. j Glassware; consist !ng ol Inrze qua ntities of j dei-iinti.rs, tumblers, rl.ibks und battles, do. It iols and Shoes: hats and cans, d rntts and : medicines, leather, harness, (es,alia and other orand cigars, etc., in b'.rge quantities. Groieiief,- consisting of large quantities of orown und Jouf sugars. Coffee, teas. Tobacco, ignis, iili'spice, pepper, wiires end liquors, oruoms, etc. Ueady made cloth' n;; consisting of largo piaiituios oi cioin anil otlier coats, pants, vest.-, .Inns, ilraw crs, en lis, hats, etc. Uooksar.d stationery, consisting ofla'ge quan tides ol l.ilih.s, I rstaniems, ipeliers, lending! and nil other school books, cards, et ;. I Also n large lot ol lumber. Farmer's imple-j meats, tobacco presses and screws and ttbou' B'l1 hhds. tobacco part packe t. Ono wagja.et,:. I This stock is composed of large quamiiies of; oi iniierent varieies ol gjoils, mucli larger than usually kept. Taken in execution ns the pioperty of N.U.iii Origgs. at the suit of 11. Chililsnml Co., I. AI. Mom and Urother, and Hutchinson and Shep heul. J A.MF6' JJOYD, Sheriff. Aluy5-3t Sheriff's Sale. Robert P. Finney " and wife, vs. In Partition. John Id. Jenkins, I et. al. J BY virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Harrison county, and to me directed, I will oiler for sale at the doorofthj Court House in Cadiz on Monday, the 31st day of May next, A. D., 1852, between the hours of ten o'clock, A. M., and four o'clock, P. M., the following real estate, with all the improvements there on, situated in said county, and being the real estate oi which 1 nomas P. Jenkins, late of said count), deceased, seized, viz.: A part of the south east quarter of section lu. 17, township 11, and lianoe 7 of lands sold at Steubenville, commeiicinir at the West corner of Abraham Merrill's part of said quarter, thence North 5 perches and 22'links. thence East to the section line. theme South C peiches and twenty-two links to the K-il, l.t,f ,.n f 1 M,.....;nv. f ."villi u.tou u, ui o.tll.1 X.CllIll Lcll U VI j, vim uiiaui.uon;i oi B.tlLL xueillll Llctl ij ., . . . t said section, thence west to the p ..... 4 ice of be coiitainin' fore or less. Appraised at 10. Also, a part of the North East quarter of section No. 18, in Township No. 1 1, of range No. 7, Steubenville District, bounded as fol lows: Beginning at a post where the North line of Muskingum street and the West line of High street, in the town of Frejport come together, thence North 15 degrees,-West 5a and eight hundredth perches to a post, th once South 80 degrees, West twelve and fifty-six hundredths perches to a post, thence South 15 degrees, East sixty and sixty hun dredths perches to a post, thence North 75 degrees, East twelve and thirty-two hun- dl'l'lllllS rPrclin til tllll lll.W.O r.f l.r.fl.tt.In,.. f.,:n;,, t',.,,,. ,!,. . ,. ,.i I v" v" jf"'"" "1 gimillll V7ii L.ii.iiili l.ltl llt.lis, l ULHiB and ei"h- teen perches. Appraised at 124,00. Also, let No. 114 in Wilson's addition to the town of Freeport. Appraised at 33,00 Also, lots numbered !J and 80 in tlie town obtained. No family should be without it, and of Freeport. Appraised at 250,00. those who have used it, neer will. Also, lots numbered 45 and 4G in said Head the opinion of lhe following Gentleman, town of Freeport. Appraised at ! 50,00, who will he uicognized in tho various sections Also, lots numbered 23 and 24 in said '' country where tl.ey .ire lo.-tied each nnd all town of Freeport. Appraised at 1100,00. . "? '"B";ll;"'u 'lie "f ""8 j""1 'f tbehighest .. . 1 , 1.1 . , chariiciei as the oldest anil mnst extensive Also, thai parcel Ot land in the said town Wholesale Healers in Medicine with mi experi of Freeport, known and designated as pub- ence unlimited on die subject of which they lie ground, which was sold under an act of speak. H there is any value in the judgment the General Assembly of the State of Ohio ol' t'X,e",;i?;.u..I.,..., r, . (passed in the year A. D. IGjo.) for the' We tl. undesigned, wholesale Druggists, hay benefit of school district No. 2 in Freeport ing been lor long acipiainied with Ayer's Cher township, to the said T. P. Jenkins, on ry l'eolural, hoieby certify ourbelitf that itis which is erected a new tavern house. Ap- "10 L.'9t ""''.'"" ' lleciual remedy lor Puhaon- i i a i iuu vi r Hry Coiiipluuils every ollured to the American praised at 1000,00. p,;,pa. 1 A,,d wc would, (mm out knowledge ol iermsofsale ono third in hand on the its composition, and extensive usetiiluejs. cor dayofnale one third in one year within- dially commend it to th t tiffin-tod as woith) terestand one third in two years with in- ibeii best coniidence, mid with the firm con- .. .t. it... A .r. ,l i ". u i viction that it will do lor their leliefall that terest; the defered payments to be secured Illt.tlii;jlle t.ln lio. by notes and security to the satisfaction of iienslmw, KdmuiitU Co., Boston. Mass the parties in interest. lUese Coulson. Buliitnore, Murylanil- 'JAMES EO YD," Sheriff. 1,111111 u"'1 '"g"'1'"'". Bangor. Ala inc. A mil on . to ro llavland, Ilarrall and Co., Charlestoiv, S. C. - P ! - Jacob 8. Farrand Detroit, Michigan. tttittt m n.rTet it -iT-r--.-.- , , . ' T. II. McAllister, Louisville. Kemurky, NEW GOODS i! NEW . GOODS ! ! ! rra,,cis ..d wuHn. t. lu;8. Misso,,.:. 'l'ho Clieap Corner in tl Y' lit tllC IMCjIU! SI'LF.XDID STOCK OF Spring and Summer Goyds ! JA3. JSTEWAnT, HAS just received from theCities, nnd is now opening one of the most fashionable and cheapest lot of Goods ever offered to the citizens of Cadiz and vicinity, which have been careful ly selected and purchased at tho lowest cas.i prices. His stock consists of - lollis, uliiit'ifV Cnssimcrrs Of all colors, prices and qualities, for Spring mid Similiter wear; silk and linen poplins, ber- eges, iloti8-(le-laines, Lawns, Ginghams, prints aiid calicoes I'.nglrsh, riench unit Amentim, l which arc of the latest styles, best materials and I will be sold to customers at tho lowest rates. Brown and Bleached Muslins r V'.1"' c, .8"-' tc- tA,,"7,P""n "'L'lg" , lir,lfi Shoos mtialitia. Itioin.ta l.ltl...na uiwl fl..i. I i , ! erst hosier', shawls, etc.. ol nil ffrntls. colors. m.' . . . " ally I'oniut in a dry go uls store, TO TJIE IADI2S. The Ladies will find in bis assortment every article ol tlie Deal anil latest styles, selected ex presslv lor them, mid to which tticir especial at- tHIltllltl is invited. ,, , , iii i ..c . , , I'.verj body will find juat ths articles they want and at ptices suited to the times, therefore, wo respccilully solicit the attention ol everybody to the bargains he is now prepared to offer. Remember the placo enrnurof Mninaud StU Denviiiesireeis.tiiiiz, oiiio. I " NOTICE It fllHE co-partnership heretolcr existing un-. .1. iter the firm of Welch and Phillips whs (Ids- solved by mutual consent on the first day of Maroh last. Those indebted to laid firm will please call and settle their respective nooouuts at tne old inno, cum, Hhaiely, aa longer indul- gence cannot be given. April 2. lSSi WI3LCIIandrHII,!,IP3, IM)IGO'l wo cases ivliulius Hud iVIniiilla 111 (llgo, n p'jins article. jut received by ; nov.i PiTtasoji i- Co., 33 Monroe St. NEW GOODS AT MOORE'S ! I'ltej (me, iltry -, Uiejr purr!a:tft OF ihe most btxmii'iil iml most itimtkI m soriiuein of Drv Goads rer priwn'ed io the town ol Cailit. The larri .t and finest stock t Pluck and rolored llroud t'..itn at A. F MOORE'S The Inrxrtt, tartiest and rhtamni lot ul bon net ever often d . A. F. MOOKL'S The best siotk of Barege dclninrs lor Indies' ilri'Mi'jat . A F. MooUK'ti The largest stock of lailin'fj ne h'n s ever of fend ure at A. F. JUOoUF'S The most beautiful dress silks mid saiius, bon net silki and ribbons ever seen, ure nt A. F. M JOKE'S The best e'ock of Ready Made Clothing in town is now at A. F. AlOOItK'S lhe l rut i.U(l oio ta.ty sel.ctroii of French work, capes, collars, cliLiui.eiis and Mlllll.r eve is to be had at A. 1. AlOOKE'S i he most stihsluninil ( :imdnipn-s s.ninetn. 4 eeil., Jeans ami other stutis lor pants are "ow to he bad fct A. F. MOOKK'S '" ' Have the soods "iu"rh Id spe is wor- "'T ''ie u'ti-ntion ol the whole community Oroeerie?, Queenswarn, Kosvuili nnd .amnriine straw Hud Cassiinere Hats, I noes, Kilaints, b'n- ens. cottuii?. etc., ele. (;u)l and e beloie you purchasi', a ml you ill find that I have mlooieil lhe i nnciple oiiiiiick sales, sm.jll protin arid (he oi p,iy,iiiai i-, co can alio save at least U?i p r cpiii, opposite the wit hmakers, at the old sinnd of A. F. MOOKt'S. April ;-, l-ioi ti2 A NEW EXCITEMENT 1 A. II. BTJSiS'CXX, IS now receiving and opening in ihe room for merly occupied by It. J. Hemiett, a large and "I'1'"11" - 1 nswrliiien of new Sr-MMi and Hummir Goons, which will be mid at ns slo.it profits ss n ,y ,,l!"'r etal)i.liiuent ' Ciiiliz. Not foeling di.iposeil In brag , we woultl only sav, call and te for yourselves A. II. UL'liTCH. Cadiz, April 2d, U.V2 "CANTON Cr:i.e .Shawls a nice article and J vitv clu an. at the new store ol CAN ver ! April as, t:2 (f l'ItAW (Joi.ds a. ii. i:ui:tcii. PontiLts und Hats in every varii ty. very low a rt'UTClI'S. ' April 2, IH5 J CLOTII-'.Ciissimeres and vestings, liaiidsoine and c ienp, at the new siore of April 23, 1 fii A. H. CURTClf. TT0.NF.T Trirtiining', Ribbons an.l fliwers 1 dec.iile.lly beautiful at Ii 0 It VCiVi April 2S, lh.vi THE UATIOHAL HOUSE. rilllr; .,,,,l,.rc,r,,,.,l ,., I r..c,,nl-,,l ly mini -unco to hisohl Iriends and ciihOntier mo tin. trnv,.l our nn h Ic. I B 1 1 ; ,.i ,i., i. i,.,. . ',, I!iU3 ... t. ... ...... .... maaijj possession of his Old I avern Stand in Cadiz, (the National House.) one square west of the I'uhlii' Buildings, where he in ends to no Ciimiiioilale ail who may please to lavor him with n call iu tin! best manner that ho can. No pains wil i he spared to make his guests coiulortahlo. Tlnuikf'.il for past favors while etiga gi d in the bnpiii:.--s, he hopes to merit and ngaiil receive a liberal share of pnblip. patronage, as he intends lo devole hisv.liolo tiiiieand niieniion to that obje-i. THO-t. c. VINCENT, ApriISS, I r5a ly Owner and Proprietor. 03 . Cc&-jr "U'LfcSl fflff-y i!il . Jr 1 1- 'j? TWirma?'tr'ince " Wal1"" street lo whoui ulljorders f ArlVtri tv? W-n V1SlrS r vr jbL&JcCiKX ITsSISOlflRL .MWAVAIaJ Far the Cure of COUGHS, COZiDS. ' i J30ARSEIJESS, BRONCHITIS, WilOUFIUQ.COUGH CROUP ASTHMA and COIJSUItlFTIOIJ 'I bis remedy isolfcrcd to the community with the colideueii we feu I in nn af ichi vhdi sel dom fails to r allzj the happiest effects that can be desired. So Hide in the li.lil of iU iiielulDess and so numerous the cases of its cures, that al most every section of, the country abounds in persons, publicly kown, who have been restor ed from alarming and even desperated discuses of the lungs, by its u?(. When once tried, it superiorly over every oilier medicine of its kinds (s too uppuraiil to escape obrcrvation. nn.1 wliem its virtues me known, the pulJie l.o longer I, cs iiato what antidote lo employ for the distress ing and dangerous nil'coiiuis of the pulmonary organs, which are incident to our climate. And riot only in Ihe formidable atiaeks upon the lung, but for the milder vactuiius of Colos. Coucims, Ilonsiistss, ic, and for Ciiii.mkkn it is the pl( iisiintest and sulcst medicine that' can be Josepn i lienor, iioone, tnoumti. i'ri,e.odori. A. Perk. llnrliiiL'toii. Vnrmonl. llaviland, liisley nud Co., Augpsia, Georgia, Isaac u. James, lrealoii, ivew Jersey' J M. Thowiscnd. I'ittsbugli, Peim. C'lerck and Co.. Chicn;40 Illinois. F,. p.. Guy, Burgh ling ton, lows,. M. A. Santos and fcoii, Norl'uik, Virginn. Edward Biinghurst, Wilmington, Delaware. John Gilbert and Co., Philadelpha, Pit- 'i. D. uml W. H GHuiiin, Washington, D.C. J. Wright and Co., New Orleans, La. Watson, Wall and Co., Fort Wayne, Pndittna. C. C. Uichmnnil and Co., is in rrancisco, O il. Lewis and Ames, t'ellahasBe, r'loridu. II. It. Strong, Knoxyillc, Tennessee. .Cluldoii and Diier, Little Kucka Ark Stiller, Slade and Co,, Lexington, Miss. N. D. Labudie. Galveslon, Texas. t'has. Dyer- Jr., Providence, R. 1, Jos. M.'Iurner, Snvaiintih.Ga. Wade. Flckstcjn, and Co., Cincinnati . Ohio. i, rottuiu4 co v ft mcu. J. G. ('orlin and Co., Vulparaiso, Chili. K. M. DiiDond and Co., Vera Cruz. Mexico. Fred. Rivasnnd Co,, llogota, New Grcudu, S. Provost and Limn, Peru. Morton and Co.. Halifax, Nova Scoiia. T. Walker and Son, St. Johns, Now HnnswlcU I, 'i. sulinus and Co., Kio Janeiro, Mro lit. Willi such tissnraaco, and from suoU men, no stronger proof can be adduced, oxcent 'that o.und .j-'.- -:..l ' in iib riieuis upon irim. Prepared and mid by JA.MKS C. AYER, Praotioal Chemist. Lowell'. Mass, AaRNTS,-.Mneim it Knox, Cndis; W. Wil Jimus, tlhrichsvilU'l T.' S. Honing, Steubenville H,,,i ny Uniggist generally throughout the State ril aw Wotico in ucery. lobAD.M.'Ccew.l ' . ya. Petition for Divorce. Eliza M't rew.l I .iLIZA M,GiiEW is hereby notified that On Hit he 7th day of April. A i D. Itjoi, John B M'Giew filed in the Court elt'cumicti I'leiiB, of the county of Harrison, mi Ir-tnte i lOhlo, n p- tition in Chancery aeains isnid Klir.a M'Grew. 0 th) object and prayer of bich petiueu is, that an ul John It. M'Grew mat be divorced Irom her. the said Kliza il'Grew. L.C. FOItsyTHli, ' Soliritor for I'onipl.iluBiit, Dtted this 7th day o l April, l5i. f 1 9 . 4 - ,. DR. GnySOTT'8 IMPROVED EXTRACT OF Y L.IOW DOCK AN USA RSA PA It I I. A. The ori'-inal null onlf rrnuiiit DresaratiaB jfor the p- Dinnenl eure ol CONsLMPTlON ami pISFA .SOF T1JK LliNGd, when tbejp arc 'miiioovi.il tn he offi cted b the too f ree ase of n.e r ' cury.ir.n. quinine, etc. J I is also a sure tnue4f S" ' ..R ,"'u," 1 f1"'' .r.cn'1 "ldi- "P. l'in y. v Into ftwelling, liing s r.vu, nepraigi. itcciimiB, ri iuiim Nervious and Genera! Debility of ihe Systesn. the Loss of App'-iiie, Laiitruor, Viaiuet ami Livor Alleciions, whic-ii lead to Intermittnnl and Us uiiitiint Fevers, Fever and Ague, Uillions Feve a. The Cfnt l'einnl" fflrrtiriue Knutyti! 1 he .Shaker prepared Yellow uock and lh Rid honduras arsaparilla," nre tlie iris ul na hie remedial agents Irom which "Dr. Goysoti'a improved rxtraetoi l enow uock and baisnpa rilla" is formed j end the laboratory of Or. Gov - sou has given as the virtues K these roots in Ibi-if pcrleciiou. His preparalioi) contains all the resior.irive proi ertie.s of the roots, combined and cor.ceni tuted iu their utmost strength and clii cacy. Fxoerirnents were mads in the mnnulactore of this luedioine, un'il it was found tliutlt could ool be flintier improved. Accordingly, we find it resorted to, almost nrl yersully, in case of Hepatic, Scorbutic, and Cut iineoiis complaints for general protraction of all the vital powers, mid nil those tormenting dis eases of lhe skin so trying ilie patience, and to injurious to he; Hit. crotuln. Syphilis, Alercurial complain., Can cer, Gangrene, Hhehuiuiism, and a vast vn ricty of other disagreeable nnd dangerous diseases are speedily nnd perfectly cured by the use of this medicine. Saline, Mich.. Oct. G, 1951. Ala, John D. Park Dear Sir: It is with un. utterable feelings of gru'.ilude that I ntn ufele, iliroeth ibe Divine Providence of God, and by ihe wonder-working agency of that excellent mediiMiin, "Guysolt's Yellow Dock and Sarsa puiilla," to give you a few symptoms ol my al most hopeless case. ' . In the winter of 1890, 1 was ntlncltfd with a severe pain, which was gradually extending Ii rough ihe whole right side and leg: ill the 'ame time, n total prostration of oiy physical )iciii; also, my leg bad shrunk In uboot two Joins ol its common size, 1 procured the i tendance of a skilful practitioner, who pro nounci d my disease one of lhe worst forms of Ih er complaint. He said my ease, was one not easily bandied, but presciibed for die. I re maiiied under his t'catment until I was satisfi ed he could not help me. 1 then procured of your agent at this place, W. A. Beers, two hot. ties of Guysott's Yellow Dock mid Snrsapnril la, from which 1 received a vast amount ol ben efit. Alter Laving taken four bottles more, I Mas able lo pursue my business without any inconvenience, nud have been since .hat lime a well man, while but a short lime since I was con fined to my bed three-fonribs of the time; nnd 1 cannot ascribe ihe return of my health io any other cause than by the ngeni-y of that truly valuable medicine, Guysott's Yellow Dock nnd Sarsapurillii. IIASSEL VAUKIPEH. Saline Oct. 14, 1851. Mr. J D. Par it .--Dear Sir: I send you tha foregoing certifion le.ttim so for us Iain acquaint, ed with his case, it is all true. I procured it, thinking it might be a benefit to yon and to tint nfiHuied. You have the privilege of using it as you think best. Yours, VV. A. EEEltS. (Sir ,t'ce $' Pnr bottle, or 6 bottles for $.r. I Sold by J . P. I'AUK, Cincinnati. Ohio, North ,eiist corner Fourth and Walnut streets en. immh-jihui lira nronao Rlim, Cl"li!li Hoggi Varrish, Moorefield ; John Hogg Mt pleasant; J. Crumbachcr &-on. Wheeling"; j'p. s. Henning. Sieuhenville; Isaac llolloway. Flushing; Isaac Lewis, Georgetown; K. B. Yost, Warieiitou; Thus. Nicholson, ilarrisville ; II. 13. Uia, Martin's Ferry. A pril 28, 1 1-52 WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD I'll Hit It V. THE BEST RKMEDY EVER KNOWN. To man for Coughs, Asthma, Colds, Cioup, Brnnehitiis, liilluenza, Bleeding of lhe Lungs, Difficulty ol lireiilhing, Liver Affections, Pitiu or iveakness of the Breast and Side, First tta. gesof Consumption, &c. In short, this Balsam is peculiarly ndnpt-il to eery disease of the Lungs and Liver, which, is produced in our ever-vorying climate. I T 11.11 CHBtUtV has long been known to V posses important medical properties. . This fact is familiar lo every matron iu our iiiiiii, e nil tin vsictiuis oiieti iiicsLiiiiie in iiii- itreut forms for u variety of complaints. Tar, ilno, has been equally noted for its virtues; and some physicians, whose names are familiar lo (tie wliolo country, nave gone so lar as to ie clare that even CONSUMPTION could be cu red by that nlonc. In other hands, again, it was nearly valueless, owing, no doubt, to their ignorance iu preparing and administering it u difficulty now entirely obviated by patient ex periment mid long experience, I lie extraoriiiuAry uteuicni powers ot lliese two substa'iices are now, for the first time, com bined mid embodied in Dtt. WISTAK'S BAL SA M Or- WILD CHKKR Y. By a nice chein ical process, everything deleterious or useless is rejected, so that what rcuiiins n the most rx traor liiiary and truly eiftcaoious remedy for all kinds of pulmonary and liver diseases ever miown to man. To convince nil unbeliever! that our theory is nnlly true, fre refer to a few cases of cures performed by this wonderful medicine : '. iXOTIIER ASTOXISniXa CURE. K Kulb, a highly respectable merchant ol itnshville, Fcirficld county, Ohio, sent the foL lowing voluntary tribute to Dr, Wisiar's Bal aam of Wild Cherry. Kushville, rmrbelu co u., April b, INal. Mr. J. D. Park Dear Sir: 1 wish to suite to you that my denghtet, Amanda, aged srxteen years, had, about u year since, a very aevcre si tack of ineasels, which reduced her very much. ind lelt ner witna racking cougrt. i employed ill of'tha physicians within our reach for the purpose ol removing Iter cough, but without success, ftlie appealed to lie sinking uilo a de cline, with every symptom ot consumption.' 1 then tried Ur. 'Roger's Liverwort una Tar' nit this aggravated her cough, nud gave her symptt ma of u still more malignant character. I was now most seriously alarmed, and it was with trembling fear that 1 from day lo ony.suw the nrogiess ol that insatiable disease, run.su B tion. I really despaired. of my daughter's recov- ery. But I providentially suw the eertilicateof Johnnthun Con I son, whose daughter, "Sarah Jane," was cured of Consumption by Whnur' n,il.nm nf Willi f'hn.w .' thta m...iI m r..i,.t hope that it might help my duughtor, and 1 im aiediately commoricod using it, and it almost instantly gave relief, l et helth was improwi tromtlie nrst Dome, uml ny tne use ot two Dot tles ol Wt.s'.ai't Balsam of Wild Cherry'' ahe iv ns restored to, perfect health, and at a is not now n( aU piedisposeil to a cough. ,.f , I vtU say tn all that are ntltioted with any iiente tending to cotisuinptinii oo mot ottsPAis, lor Dr, Wauir's Bnlsam of Wild Cberty will euro you, if yon will hu'try it. . E. KALB. ' The genuine Wittur's Bulsnm o Wild Cher- , ry has a fao simile of the sitnaiurs tt Henry Wistar, M. D. Philadelphia, ami "Sanford A, Park" on a finely executed sieel engraved wrap, per. No other can be ffenuin , - , Prico $1 per bottlesix bottles for $3. u Sold by J. D. PARK, Fourth 4. Walnut r., Cincinnati, Ohio, General Agent, to whom all orders must be addressed, John Beall, and M'llean & Knox, Cad i Hogg k Punish, Moorlieldi John Hogg, Mi. I'leasnnij J. C(inboohef k Sou, Wheeling; T. H. Hen ning, Stcuhenvillei I.ano llolloway, Flushiig; Isaac Lewis, Georgetowu! K. R. i oat. War rentont Thoa. Nicholson, Uurrisvillet II. Rice, Martin's Ferry, .. (April , l?33,' - IXriiiiM ii. jiii;aw;i",Kfv " "' DKALER in till the most popular Novels nnd Miigaiincs of the ta, Stntioitnry litr ami News-piiper,andVurioticr,tNo. II.Maikei siiwl. Wheeling, Vs.. oelii 1 y N U I NUn--thie cute iiinuv I iNuinieys received mid lor sale by noii P.itihuoh Co., 33 Mjiiror t. r r , K; . Pi . , .,r. , $ u - -.'3 '.V i . a - f ' IP I "A. Hi f. :. 1 3. . --4 ty( s m 'I ty 'X- ',' !..t .. c .1 1 i l 'i " ' :mm .V M :-.iter Mm Mm 'Iff.;' '1S5 . . . '