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A- "st . The People & the .People's Eights A IMZ, OHIO. WEDNESDAY. MAY 26, !852. "DEMOCRATIC TICKET. - For Judye nf the Supreme Court, WILLIAM B. CALDWELL lor member of the Board of t't Public Works, JAMES B. STEED MAN. J3T Phillips and Hamilton, at the corner just bol ow our office, have on hand a large and splendid assortment of boots, shoes fcc, besides a well selected stock of groceries, They will sell cheap. T7T Justin G. Morris, Esq., the able and efficient Secretary of the Steubenville Rnd,or(k"r the rules had to be impended Indiana Rail Road Company, was in town yesterday. arTlie barn of Mr. George McKibbens of Athens township in this county, was struck by lightning on the 23d inst., at 9 o'clock, A. M. and was burnt down in a short time There was a considerable amount of trrain in it at the time. Loss q about $400. 27" Some of the merchants in Columbus are employ:ng female clerks in their stores, How would it do in Cadiz? ' xy-Theather is warm, and every one is complaining of the heat. The best thing that we know of to remedy that, is to , , r.i . t CotoDiviNK's, and get a saucer of that Ice b - , . , . f , , , Creara. It can't be beat, for we have tried Cadiz Wool Market The following pnejs are paid for wool in Cadiz: Common and , blood, blood, full blood, 2) 2728 2830 3133 burglars About. Several houses were entered ia this place on last Friday night, and robbed of si me of their contents. It would be well to be on the look out for such chaps. S3T The principal portion of our paper this week, is occupied with the law regula ting Corporations. It will be found to be an important law. i3T Filz Henry Warren has resigned his post as second assistant Post Master General S3Tt is said that the wheat crop in Pennsylvania, generally looks bad. An Item tor Wool Growers We copy the following from the Cambridge Md. Democrat: "We have been informed by a friend, that ivhile in Adams co., I'a., a few days sin e he was shown two ewes, that had twelve Iambs within th. Inst twelve months, six each, all of which arc now living in tine health. Who can beat thai?" STThe venerable lady of the late John Quincy Adams, dit?in Washington City a few days since, at theadvanced age of 77 ' ' j jCJTThe new'tax kw makes it tlie duty! for, before the adjournment. In either ... - ... r, .1...:. t 'event wh.it ft bowl eo.il.l h s.f. nn l.ir oiinewutuy uom.iHss.on, , rt u,i-,. -.. session, lEb'Z. to i islrict the county into four districts, each of which districts is to tlcc'an assessor whose duty it shall be. to assess the real property of his district. The rtj Assesso.s are to be elected at the gener election in October. jC3T Kossuth was in Albany, N. Y the latest accounts. Thomas F. Meagher, ihe noble Irish; patriot, has escaped from Van Diemans' Land. He will come to America soon. The Gover or of Massachusetts has vetoed the Maine liquor law bill, recently passed by the Legislature of that State. JEST The Maryland Legislature have passed a bill prohibiting the circulation of bnnk notes of tts denomination than $5. It prohibits the circulation of foreign small notes, after October next. Jt55" The steamer Gov. Meigs on her way down on the 19th inst., came in con tact with the steamer .Hail Columbia at Bea ver Shoals, causing the latter boat to sink immediately. The boat and cargo is a total loss. The God-Like. The New York Mirror, in an article on the next Presidency, says: "The Almigh'y has plainly nominated Daniel Webster for the highest office on earth." The Forest City, the new whig paper at Cleveland, thuspiquantly takes off the above; "From the nabob character of those urg ing his claims in that city, we apprehend it was the 'Almighty Dollar' the Mirror meant. It was a standing boast of his admirers, that all his supporters were gentlemen of cloth, whose coats cost not less than $50, and whoso dainty persons were most ezqui itely perfumed with Fugitive Slave oil." Native Americans. Delegates have Vin nnnr.infi.H from NewJersev to aNation- .. j ill Native American Convention, to be held ' "' " v--At Traniitn tVi Jtt.li of Julv some whiff, oro-! e not the W1,,S Party rouch 10 blame J a. , bably Gen. Scott, as lie says he was one or the first to start a native American party, : and is richly deserving of a nomination at ineir nanus. , The Theatre at Buffalo was burned on the 11th inst., and the property was all lost, amounting to 840,000. Lola Montez danced there the night before, but refused . . . , . , to dance again and took away her wardrobe; o she lost nothing. . j Marshall McCall, ESQ. inportaut pecbe of Marshall McCall Whenever a man act dishonestly andis'!-' delivered in the Ohio Legislature, detected and exposed, he is pretty sure to'printe r ,De benefit of future ages, will turn round and commence calling hard,"8 wtr.inkol Uie meaner loss which the & ...... ... names. The IlunoraUt ItepretsnLaiive from Harrison county. M. Mo Call, Esq.. appears to be no exception to this rule, for in the last Republican, in reply to our article of the Bu.C v. I I IT- T I t 1 - oeau.o. -- ! es. He av.u. tie COCnCS dnvn linnn tta Willi an sk r al a nnVi nt .... wsval u n iu u awBiuuwsif hard names and Billipr?cate. But still we' bope to survive the storm of his wrath. We intimated in our article an opinion that he had been made the cat't pav to do certain ,. , , - .. ... i ,a ,,M ' "',u inert lew wnn tnc nero dirty work for his party, and although lie r.i .i , i , r .. v . i n , ,. ,r,J ... .. iff the "hasty plate of soup," aboutthc Com complain8 so bitterly Uiat we hd done him1 T(. , . . r. ' promise measures. If any our free soil inillch.a 1,... . I , 1 - 1 J k'ju.uvc, ni.unii Bm.cuicui cuiicerinn"' ins .... . . presentation oi certain resolutions requiring , , . the Auditor of State to furnish statistica n-1, , ... iiirrruilmn aa t a i-urirtiia iivnAn.tuM. r.. ..I , . penoiofthree years confirms our previous opinion He say. that he, as early as F- day before the adjournment, which was ti , , .. , i tale place at eight o clock, A. M. on the; Monday following, moved to suspend the rules to enable him to ofl'er those resolutions. Very well, take his own stat' ment as true, ;a:1(1 s0 nppears ll e resolutions were not in L..r..- .1. til (V 1 rt.i ueiuie uiey could dc ont reu. men suppose the House had suspended the rules toenail the Honorable member to oiler his resolu tions, and had passed them that dav, there would have been fine time for the Auditor to have made out his report and transmit it to the Iloimfl urlil nf niiiti'ui) oi-iiriT knows t, f h e . ' . " f J session, the Auditor has nothing to do! or , if he had, surely he might have worked in his office to make out his report on Sunday if he had not wanted to go to church! And ,what right had he to spend his time going '"' 'e people pay him for 'ls tl'ne' Hnd 'lie bulnL-ss ' Legislate "0ulJ "ot on' Mundiiy 'ng. wit' the information required of him, so vastly . 1 ', UJ important would u have been to the Le-is- jatre! Lr" j But seriously, every body knows that for , the few last days of ths session, both hou- ses of the Legislature were hurried with busi ness, and that they had important laws to puss, which had required the principal part of the session to perfect in the various com mittees, consequently no one could justify them in neglecting the important business before them, and spjnding the few remain ing hours of their session in discussing unj passing silly resolutions such as the Ilonora i'e gentleman offered, or wanted to oiler, asking for information from the Auditor which, when obtained could be of no public use to them as Legislators Besides the Au'litor must have been over-run with bus iness, just at the close of (he session in Aud - iting mid allowing so many various accounts, i. . .i ii . . mu mis is not an, me resolutions, in viewi of the foregoing facts which were well known I to the l onorahle gentleman could not have been ollered with good motives. And here- in is what our previously expressed opinion, "that Mr. McCall had been made the cat's paw-the mere tool of his party," was found- r. T ... r, . ,. , ed on. It was well knwn by the whigs that from the press of business then before the Legislature, the"House would not be lUiely to suspend its rules to enable any one to in- , . , , troduce anv new business, particularly res- ' r ' olutions which could subserve no good pur- pose, and must seriously interfere to pre- vent the passage of laws important to the nnnnh.-n.- If tl,,-,r ,11,1 . ,1 ,.!.., , . ,. it was well known that the Auditor could not possibly furnish the information asked . o V, lLJ " o v anc w co.oco i-g.siaturc concealing the expenses of tnu tlUo Government from the the peo- Plli! ("- uw Ana.tor ot State relustng lo let the Legislature and the people know how .i t i , , . . IVItti , WHS UmitlV IK ni.ilri.. Im,ui.nlin iil..t T, ... u i , Uut the Democracy saw through the mo-1 at.. r ., ,,,, . . . . , i i tives of the lugs m offering those reso u-: ,r , I lions at that time, (for it was the act of the Whig parly of the House, not simply ofw, rs .a ' Ge)u s.o!. fji rlin 1 1 Ar,.ntill tlio Inf.M (Ff.nnrnnclx li-iicf """"i a ...... ing in the intelligence of the people to.under stand their motives, and for this they de serve our esteem as much as they would have merited our contempt if they had weak ly yielded and entertained resolutions off ered for such base party purposes! The only information intended to be ask ed for viz.: the expenditures of the first ses sion of the Legislature under the new Con stitution, which could be of any use or in terest to the Legislature or to. the people, can be readily found in the appropriation bills, which have been published, with the laws; and to those bills we ask the atten tion of the people, and we assure them they will not find any such item as "Sixteen thousand dollars to pay the postage of mem bers." But McCall aho says we dona him great injustice in intimating that the business above referred to, of oncp moving to sus pend the rules, was all the part he had ta ken in the business of Legislature during the session, and he says that the rest of his acts are written "in the Chroncles" . that he took part in some very important discussions, &c. Perhaps during some dis cus sion he may have handed documents to' the Speakerl But .if he made any speeches, why were tbey not published! From the elegant diction and force of the language of of his letter in the Republican, humanity will have sustained an irreparable loss i;ri,; i. v ,.v.i:..v,i . . Has so much political wisdom. I lJl 11,.. t as must have been contained in the incom parable speeches of Marshall McCall Esq.:, been lost to the World? suffered to be I wasted in sound? to float away on the hur- rje(i atmosphere of the Sciota Valley? Historians speak of the great loss the Mod- em WorldTias sustained by the destruction of the Alexandrian Library, but the histo-1 . , , , , , , nan of our day when he contemplates tho loss the World has sustained by not having the ignorance and fanatacism of the Turks. Into Line March!! Ye whigs who are opposed to the Com- prom;se measm.gt and , in faTor of Gen - . Scott for the Presidency, gel yourselvts ready to make a back step. John M. Botts, one of whiggtry's favorites, and a delegate to the wliio national convention from Virsrin- ia, has laUly had an interview with the hero i ;, , i. ,i c o . r e wings think tliat Gen. Scott is not in favor of tl,.m u, ,i, . i ,i r n . . tliera, let them re8d the following extracts .,!. f . , -,, , x, ituken from a letter written by Mr. Botts a ' days.ince, and which we find in the Ni.w Yok T; of tjat J ,,r e ., . , , , "''n-Nntt occupies nod oubtful or cquiv- ocal uosition on .he C.,rm,r,,n,is,.. ,,n, Tl,.. he desire to do so; and if he did I would not support him, even if nominated. His views are freely expressed to every man who approaches him, no matter to what par ty or section he may belong. He is access ible to every respectable man in the coun try, who chooses to approach him, and he has never hesitated to say that he is in fa vor of the Compromise measures in all their parts, and opposed to any disturbance, agi tation or alteration of the Fugitive Slave law; and he enjoins confidence and secrecy on no matt to whom he makes his communi cation." "Of one thing I feel perfectly assured, and that is, t at we could have no safer man on the Compromise than Geo. Scott; not because he is more in favor of it than some others, but because he is as much in favor of it as any other: and because he is as fixed and stable in his opinions, (self willed, if you choose,) and as little likely to be undur improper and undue influences as any man now before the country." Are you ready to take the about step, ye anti compromise whigs? The above extract is so plain, that Gen. Scott's views on the Compromise measures need nt be misun derstood. Friend Hatton, do you think "all the whig free soilers in Harrison county, will vote for Gen. Scott," after reading Mr. Bott's letter? Do you think they will be in favor of the Compromise measures? Up, up men, and get ready to battle for the Compromise mea sures, fugitive slave law .and all, after you and your editor have both opposed it so bit terly. More Trouble in the Camp The fight in New York between Scott and Fillmore waxes hotter and hotter. Father Greely is down on Fillmore's friends like a thousand of brick, lie gives the whig general com- j i""11' Pslma!;ls. Juarsiiaiis, inic-waitcrs j tc-' F'in'li:u'ir Jee- Hear him all ye Fill" mni't' nii'ii. i "Uur v lug lieneral Committee met at tl,n T!..,..., I ....... I!.. I..... :.. 1 I . liberately made ov.r the whig vofers to the tender mercies of the hireling bullies, and 'grog - shop bruiseis who habitually and profit- al)ly elect our delegates to our seveial uom- j iMnJ ,?0nilMl" , "To the h:g hlectors we say Be not (!ism.iv(.j by tlii outrage he not withheld from the polls by it. Go there, every man of you, next Thursday morning, if only to S('u llow ross !U1 ol,lr,,i' 'llis ' See. for once, what sort of men they are who are i- . i , . i . hired to choose your delegates, and to crowd and light you away from the ballot boxes. Stand there from eight to nine an i se(i lhl5 g-.t body of undoub:- ed whig voters 111 the large Wards shut off by the Poll, nnd then go way to meditate on Uu) .pud,., .in(1 lht.n sulv(, thllt tllls shall be tin: hist." "It does not seem to us that a President fS-i'. Willi such swarm of Postmasters, Marshals, Tide-waiters. Stc. luarsnais, i iiie-watsers, o:c;., umier mm as PiiVcr llii ftrnto wlw. n-in't in.t .a ft.,. first eight Delegat-s cIiom-i. from his own Stau; ought to decline!. When there is a 4U" ilh . Propriety i a i resign s i'i'-i i, it , in w ii ii. r. !' " 3, self respect shouh; ,,,,,.! t,i, i,. ;,!, 1 IheJSuw iork Lxpress, a stronjr Iill- ' a more paper, opens a hie on the Scott camp , 1 '"US'- , , . , , ., , ' I A IfP tT1KV h.,.o ll,,.f ...Utlrt ll.n 771 1 ! ihe latter class uf papers, especially in this .State, do all they can to prejudice the pub lic mind affumst ihe President, his cabinet und their course. Such Editors as thev of the "Albany Evening Journal," "Buffalo KtpresH," and others seem to entertain the idea, that Gen. Scott if nominated can. be made President in spite of all the influence of the Federal Government, whose opposi tion they seem to be courting, while u they were true Whigs they would rather be pro pitiating an influence, so necessary for suc cess, if not so formidable fo' resistance." "What they are after is tho restoration of a Galphin era, when they can use tin Fed eral Government Treasury, just as they have been usin the Uanal hettinars, and the Bank Canal Fund in this State. Now these men are but few in number, though they make much noise, especially at Conventions, and the matter with them is, and ever has been, that Mr. Fillmore is an upright, clear head ed, stratglit forward honest man. "To. reiitore the Galphin era!" We won der if that is the reason why some people in Ohio support Scott so zealously. The Ex press ulks about as plain as there is any need for. More of Captain WmsKEy's Doinos. Captain John Duncan, a soldier of some no toriety in the Mexican war, from this State, was stabbed a few days since, in Covington, j h'8 brother-m- law, Hon. Edward Ii Hannegan, late U. S. Ambassador to Aus tria. Both were intoxicated at the time rJr Graham's Magazine for June, has been received. Graham is determined not to be beaten by his cotemporaries. It is beauti. fully embellished, and its reading is from the pens of some of our most distinguished literary writers. Everybody should subscribe for it the $3 could not be invested better. fc5An exhibition of Western poultry was opened at Cincinnati on the 12th inst. (Fourteen buildings were destroyed by fire at P. Stanley, C. W?, a few days ago. , ,. T : . JTl he Catholic Church on Astor Place, New york 18 to he consecrated on Sunday, the 24th of June. World has suffered by Rich. The Whig General Committee of New York city have decided that the elec tion of Delegates to the whig National Con vention from that city, shall be held between the hours of six and nine o'clock in the mor ning. About half of the whig nabobs of New York are in bed till after nine. The New York Times protests against this, and says it is a swindle by cutting off the res pectable Whiiji and giving the palls to bul lies and rowdies. Z2T Wm S. Osborn, Esq., hat been cho sen delegate to the Democratic National Con vention from Kent co., Del., and is instruct ed to vote for Gen. Casi. JTiT There are 36"S prisoners in the Indi ana peniientiary. X"Itissaid that the fortunes of the Rothchilds are not less than $735,000,000. iT It is said there are 133 German news papers in the United States, of which II are in New York. S v -s v ff The London Illustrated Xew$ says, that this country "is destined in due time. to overshadow the world with its power and tfiy-" 3T lhose whose studies teach them only tospeak, nnd not to live, are only gram- uiaiiaus, aim noi pnuosopners. ST The Constitution of New York pre vents members of the Legislature of that State from receiving pay after the hundredth day of the session. (T Pearson B. Reading, the whig can didate at the last election for Governor of California, has been appointed Indian Agent in that Slate. SiT II.M. lireckenbridge, Esq., of Pitts burgh, Pa., announces his willingness to be a candidate for Congress, and says he is for Scott. It is said that the Democratic State Convention of Iowa instructed its delegates to vote for Douglass. K3T Tha sailin? of the Great T?ritnin is chani;ed from Tuesday. June 1st. toSuinnlav. June 5th. (.O "New Bedford has refused to invite Kjssuth to visit that place as a truest of the city. LEGIOtf OF HONOR! A motiiit rocoived on subscrip tions to ".Sentinel &, Fanner," since May 15). 185-2: George Holmes, Si, 50 James Leech, 1,50 Allen Mauley, 3,00- Francis Sproull, 1,5'J Jacob Linard, i,5J John Be'l, 1,50 l)ll:l On :itiirilii , ihi -Jlih inst.. in t i P';" '. KUVVAUU 11. HI rvlAli-S, Prii,t.;t, ngeil I IMIIIIUIJIWHHaBmHMM EECEIVZD BY EXPRESS. O I 8 MMt!VAI,f Mlk. tlimp anil mli. AJLI. Li'f Monlicils, liliHik Uninaile .Silks. TisMiua, Cluinisi'iis, Umlcr Slrevnn, :iml olIiiT lren ((mlx.iit VV'.M. I lOfii: .V. Ct V Ciliit. .Mi, v iO. I,":2. DISSOLUTION. T JMIE pnrinril.ii heirti.f .k; exiiing hotween 9 Vii.l kin i- (.V.Mi-a. i i li is ilny ilinsolveil In iiiiituii I cuiki-iii. I'liu iioonuurs will In- geitli.'il t'.v ritln r ill' tin' firm until I'nrilicr inni.-p, mill ,it up :irn nnxi. iih In have imr A('('liyr.S ON BOOK SKTrt.l;l. we wish ONK AND AM, o Ciill fnmi anil dust I litur .iconunis, riilnsr Iij lintc nr cnsli. .1 M 1 1,1,1 ICI V, t'niliz, April I, 11)51. T.O UIMMU-j. N. 15 Wn Imve on Imnd vl snine of l . It. Dunn .V ('n's. In-ti aincd !):icli Orass a ml Grain Scythes, which will he fnihl fur 'M?t or k-pa than cost. 'I hose w o may Hunt call sunn. may 2.1. M. A-G. NEW FIRM. Shroej and Groceries! !! Boot: SVIR niihfniihors having; nw.ciat.al ihrm pel es in ill,! H.int. Shne ami Grocery Inui n;-s, h ivn on hand j 1 1 f urn nnw rcoeiviin: " ,'i-neial a-siiririn'tit nfilio iihnvtMtiticIrP, which licv wi'l scl1 hi.v I'irGi-h ir a ;);miv,'.l emi.itrv ni'liicc. We nte nho ptptircil In mnnii f'C'.nr'! In orilcr. nn " nhcrt nit'ice, tiny lii i.' in tln limt ami xli.tn line. We slc our 'ri.'inlM tn at" vi mi n cull, ami we will iln our hi st .ii i!casi iln-in hn'h in (iirih'tv ami pricr. Vnti will fiii'l im r i stnhll-h a cut on the corner oprm iip lii'iill'a Urns; Store. SttMhem-i 'm sircet, Ca .liu. O ' .IOI1N Plflf I.M'S. iniy2"i, I8.VJ. rit vN'CH MA.MtLTO.V- JTUSi I "'l lib Is' AlackeielLSlmiTmiii lleirin 2 just ree.eivifi.il unil for sale Ion', hy may 2 S. : II. M,-, y nni:V. I i e- 5 1 1 1 1'. i ol a late nu.ii. t Viu.i uel um-I ly llavoreit, can he hail at ay .. S. & II M..F niKN. X. i K'!Ci S assorted nails . , eeiviua; ami lor ; Mi-fa DiiKN. I ijfuv low by & II l.W V'tlitK SY ULII', liemi Kire anil .j nmr.. L t heails of Sunr, to arrive nntl lor sn'e bv I may :J5. S. ,V, II. M. ''A DDMN. ' yTII.I.Kit'.-) eele iv.i';',y I't'i " l 'o ) i anil.", for mile hv ir.i.eil Ui miles. a,tin;hi.'ii to Cr.in Scythes of superior S ,t II. McFAIHM'iN. FI.TH l. AC 4Ui! I IVTOTIt'E is hereby imvpii tint' the followini; accounis littvo been fi'eil in the Probate . ou t ol Harrison county. ( liii i. for "tv tlemput : The fin tl aci:nuiit of Arehihivtil Wilkin nil uiinistratrtr ul Mie estate ul Kichanl Uavitlson, .IVceaaeil. 'I'lie final account of Atnlriw Lynch tt gtiar liati ul John 'Punter. The nccountol Willium Mcf-rui-ken, na tiiliiiin isiraior ol the estate uf Martilu Mct'riickeii, tle ,;easel 'Phe iieec-tint of William M iCraoken, n exec- Itorol' theesnileof Itoberl Alo.Crar ken. dee'tl . Anil that the same vill he severnlly exaiuiueil nut piisieil upon by the under-imicil. on Momlay he23th tlav o June itcxl. II. W. VMRS, mtiy '2j. ifi,'2, Prulmie Juilire. i:vceiiloi ' ilie. ,VJO PICK is hereby iflvnn thin the subscribers have been appointed inui qualified us exee ntors ol the ciiateol' tluury IJ ir,ii:;(low, late of ll.irii'on coiinty, tleciNo-ed. IJnted ut Cadiz, this 21th tin vol' ,Mav,IS-''2. CON II A ItA Ii U1CVLOW, KA KING TON U.VKUICKLOW, may 2ti, l;:xecutor.". JOSEPH S. THOMAS, TTOlhNHV AT LAW, Cadiz, O Col jL lectiorn made in Hii-rifOti, .Jefl'ersun, Pusuiirawtis, Carroll, UUiiioiil nntl Cuerusey counties. Miict ntleniion civon to the busiiipes of Ex ecutors. G uii riliiini, Partiiion and Snk sof Land. ef (ettlement nl t'atates, eicH eto. OKKICH Market Si., t duors cat t of Sieu benvilleSi. Sheriff's Sale. BV ?irtn of three Ii. fa. et lev! fit. issued out of the Court of common pleas (if Harrison county, Ohio, nail to me directed, 1 will oiler foi title at the town of Moorefield in said county . tit I, 'tl o'clock A, M., on ihu J lt day of Aluy 1852, nntl continue to sell from ilny to ilny tin tii the sale il completed, the entire stock of tin following goods, etc. Dry Koctls, groceries, hardware, quuensware. driifsntid medicines. French ami German rood, lilrsswuro, boots anihshoei, hats, e.ips, booki niiiI stationery, liquors anil iron, such us is usu till v kept in itoros, a general msortment. Taken in execution nt the property of Nelsoi Origgs, nt ihe suit of It. Clillds uml Co., I. M. Moatumi Uro .iintl Ilu tcliinsori nntl Shepherd M.iy.V3w JAMES HOY D, (sheriff. Hi H Wheat, bu 60 Corn, - - 33 Rye, - - - 33 OaU, - 22 Barky, - - 45 Pork, Flour $bbl. Salt, V bbl. "ggs, 17 dox. 3,60 3,00 2.00 10 810 8 10 9 6 7 8 8 Butter lb. Sugar, Cheese. Hams, Shoulders, Sides, Lard, Corn Meal, - 40 Potatoes, - 75 Green Apples, 50 Dried Apples, 1,00 Dried Peaches, 1,25 Ti'v seed 1,50 2,00 Flax Seed, 87 Clover Seed, 5,00 Fresh Beef, 3 7 Molasses, 44 Coffee, 12 Tallow. Country soap, 45 Tea, 50 1,25 Feathers, 51 HayP ton 6.00 Fresh Drugs, JL stock uf Sprin?" ami Suiuincr V Drugs, which liavr nil b by liliuM-ll in il.e t.iieruciii.l.Miil tuucli the lari!ef Hw rtunnt of the "f t kii..l evei hnxixlii to thii mn-ei : nutl in S'H of iiinliiy-.piiee. tic, will rnmpnre with liny in iiircouii:ry. lie wiiiwii n.iow nnj et..lli.h.iieiit went of Mid muuiitniiif lor cash r iipi'iotftlcuuni'y ptiKluce. Pirtom lla purrlMiau miy urtiUe in ihe JlSOOIC Oi MirilfJ MjlCi .v.... 1.1 .1.. .. .il ... ii ... . i.:. k i.u ... ..v v .. ... ... l miui A..UII1IV . Ion.' pu rclilia.li g- elsewhere. t-iKlii, iMuy ID, IB52. j riRAi.t. 1 A N A 11 V MiKD A lie.h article lor aale B. ItF.Al.L. hean hy ma v 19 I J ViSL) f A'h,it A ruperiur uriicle, t'l.iliidcl- phi.i inunuoictur?, lor lali lit uii. IJ J, liKALI.'.-i KM ON S VltUI A niH.rior a ei-p at jntiv I y 1 J 15 S. LtAiN TIIAltllJlMC, or bliaieiiiic tissue, u new uriinle, ii r Bale hy J. lit'.AL.. iiiuv III. "VANC V 'I'UII.E'r SOAPS, various Uimla mill laliti.f, n.r fale low. Il J. IsluALL. y It). lionUall cotue at once I lll 1 fi IlL' 'uhctiber tire now receivine their pri t ami tnn.ii.i r Ui.aili I rum l'iiiladcl- plun, cuiminlinir in part ul t lotli,,t i.smhiitcis, 'l'tvrt'I, VofciiiiB. ilkp. muslin ite hiini a, heiatri.'S. hmze tie lain a. poplins, lawns, 6wia mull, i-anil iii:, prima, blown anil l'1" ached iiiunlitia, craviiia, Iriniiea, In i:us, horieri iiitn. ves, mill many other nrii cles.till -( hich vill be sold for very low pn L'na lor v f- or ool ptoutice. I.mlies tin j j;eti iL'iuen i il! i.n I examine our stock heloie pur I'has'ni; dsuwliore. ('nil tit the :iie;ii 4 H-.li lor . SIIOTVVlul.L Jk CKABU. L'urfiz, May 19, lB3i. 4, I.AItGI1: ami s)lcuilitl tuck ul Itciiilt .X Millie CI'jlluiiL'.'.it may 1'). jplol'WKL, &. CRAEII'S. lUUON-i, Lane i nu I Kiii,m, may lit. MKM Wr.LI, k CltABIl'S. 13 ONM'.TS ami Cupe May Huts, u buttutiiuj in.ieie anil very clieup, nt may 111. SItl'KI,l, & tllttili'S, l.K Ti.istif, braze 0e ltiinea mill poplins ol J.-iiperiur atyies. ul the cheap eiiah store of mity IU. SIIOTtVLI.I, & tUABBS. ii-"; VN a:.il liiettcheil Alusliiis. veiy low.ut le. SIlOTkVLLL Clt.iil'. F K I N i'6 ol vaiioiia tpialiiies. iro n Ii 1-4 to lijl-iocuis puryar.l.at the cash aiore ul iuay(l:l. SltOl tV..lL it, t. KAUli'.s. Ai.A ill. K MOC& Ol Ul.lOli kllSLH llulu t iu $1 per yard, til cah storu uf may IU. MiOl vYLt.L A( C'K A AlJII.S' Miuea, tiailors. hull gaiiura, biikkiu jttes, ul buauliiul clyletf, at iy 19. oUUi WliJ. Si CUAIIU'S. 0 A ltASObfaud U'iui'r,-llas, gou t, at Hit: o.iati 1 ore ol nliiil'VVI'.LiJ .v. CltAlili'a. A..'l ll 1CIALS, ii itiusluputb Ltlicle, ut the ciiaIi Hole ol may 9. tllO'I'WDLL Sc. ( ItAIilPS. B AND IJDXIW, Carpet Siucheis ami many other article, ut Hie cash stoi e of may 19. uu l wci. & vlt A Uii . il S-CUWKN. 1.. C t'oltStl'llli tt i:, ,v roiov i tit.. ATTOUIShi SAP LA W AND SOLiClTOll IS fllANCKIty. CADIZ, OHIO. HAVING loiiuttl it partnership in the prac tice ol their piulisniun. will promptly tti en l in the hiiqneft enlinsleil to their iare. Ol'r'lCS liuuieiliKiety upposite the Alanioh House npll-5-ly SHAVING. WOULD respei iiully aiiuouiiee to the niitaen olCnilizih.il I have a cam lakvn my old shop ou Market street, ilitectly oppo.itc the llanlwaie store, which was recently oi cupivil by Join s anil iuipur. 1 would lisp, cilully ask the public to .jive me a cull ul Kiiniht r Two." TKIt.US UV I rJIi QUAKTEil. Once a week per quarter, t'nice ii week ilo I'liiee limes a wee'j; tin Lour times do cltf t. JT iiioutha) $1.19 tin I. ill ! 2,'25 do 2...0 i Hi Jo Ivi 31 Siuirhrlia ve Hair Cutting Shuui o in i ii &r Siia rpetiint; Itaznr9 Hoanint: llaz03 All wh" have bettnls tneut or Imlr lo crop, Just call nil mi' at my old chop; V es, friends. I'll tell ou what totlo: Giv3 me a cull ut Ntimli.'r Twos'" At iionii nrevr.hy niijlii or day, Or anv time that you can stay; Hut give ii e time, dear sir, lo rest I'pnii that day thnt Un l has tilesw-tl. .My rooui is neiit, my to.vels clean. My scissors sharp, mi l razors keen, Ami ever lliiiiR I lliiiitc tiii'll lind. 'I'o suit the ti.ste an ) p!e the mind. And then I naive my limit its true, As nny barber e'er can tin, With raiid much I'll smooth tlie face. And drei'Kthc hair with etpuil t:rai'e, Ami nil that art ami skill r an do. Your money will procure lor iu. ,.et--.. LOT WILLIS. NOTICES ! TIIIE co-tvirlnership herelolere existint; un 1 iter the tirtn of W,-lch and Phillips vn ills, solved by mutual consent on the first iIiit of March last. 'Pilose indebted lo sa'ul firm will please 0 ill nntl I'ltlu their respective acroiinis nt the old utatnl, i'liui ilititely, as longer ludiil genon cannnt he (riven. Ap.il H.Ml ' WELCH and PHILLIP.?, i71.t;V COOH;!. Neeillc-woik CoHnre, Un- tier sleeves, Spencers. II indkerchiefa. Crape Shawls, Cloves, Mitts, t ie., tit the cheap alore ol inarli JOUA Mci:OUiHll K. DAGU2RRE0TYPES ! C. I'.vit I IKtil., IJiiKiierreuii Attiai, ivu. f . III!. Montoe St., below Markol, Whee'imr. V a ., respecttiilly niiiioiinces lo the citizens ol tlnrrisoti and iiiloiniiie counties, that he is pre pared lo take Daguerreotypes in the vim s.et si rLKs. uml with all ih l iiesl iiniroiJeiirffita. Likerlerses tiilien etpially us well in clouily tvs in more pleasant weather, nntl partii ular iitten- ion pn iil loohiatning the uinM favorable position fur aesuriiig a pleasing likeness. Crmipee of any euaiber of persons smn be ta ken on one plate, and perfect likenesses laken of vouiie children. I am constnnily receiving, ntdlmvc nlwnys on huml. ncoiiipl.'tttstiiclcnl LorKels, fancy ,ase. nnd Dngiierreitn Materials, Apnanitu", ie., all ifwhi-h I will sell mi tnemost nivornhle terms. octSO ly A. C. PARTUIDOK. TAKE NOTICE! f f(t PlECESol Wall Papr,Dlev B.FLI' "cry gnidei Velvet and Common 'lorder ; Plain liized Grceu uml ShaJed Win lew Curtains. Trampareat Oil Shniles, Fire Screens, Ike,, now receiving. We buy thess roods Iroin the Miinufnrturert mil wiih our LAItGB STOCK and LOW I'lll ;K. will suit nil wl rail, Don't bey bet ire teeeing onr stock, W'HF.AT nnd CI1APL1NE. Wheeling A pril 7. ISSJ. rjiTk bHi.rt. P.peoiu Mills ree'd unil for tale by U3 l i 'i'SV KKLLJ A CALDWELL. iiULi. .v 'i.ivi:m- MIOLKSALU AND RETAIL DRI'Ot.lST.'J, Markkt St., VV'iir. si.imi. Vs. TEOSPICTUST : I ,V)B publil.i( m u ,kn (tun. D. C. ('a J. rim lh Iucliiii( Pfoiiirmiul euii, m Vekl .i..er, io bp eiiijikil UK CAM PAIGN' . Tv be etclutiirrljr devult-il to 'the tvocaey ami il.urajiiiiuiuo xA IViwacratic puuciple. ! tli Nippon of tb iwaiiM e k.r ibe f letiilrnry, of lo National Iteiuucrutic CuDiciitiun, lii h will roi'rn m llnliiiuore on the fif.l ul Julie next. Tlie tub-iil,crpru I,pc t cuinwriH r. i.ii inn 4iti ill Jm e, or ooii thrrruiivr ut the prucmtiii; oi ihu llnlii-j u.e i oiitriilinn tan ue iccci'ol, u c.iiiimi.n umief the iib.,t e mh . Mini to ci.iii.i.e il,.. ! ' v.tuv. wrrij . iui II1C nine pleCOIP. tlie I'tri- ileniial lrct;.iti. ,ich ia to take p. lire in Nu ember titlt. fh. paper ni.'l he tl.vouil txllu ively to tl. diacuaaum anil ailac.icy ol Uuiii- ocr.iliC ptinciplii ii ml uiriiauipf, ami plnlrtil! I to tho Mipnurl ol the tainliil.iir Him mm h. I preacnleil lor the iiffn.t.i m the Am, riran o t l. (-T 'lie lo hiil'et nifice in ih. ir (fift , hy ine ?ii.ofiHi uciHoeinuc loiivi utioii whi. h will mix mh Ic iu Luhiuiuic ou the Ut of Juim Ot'Xt. 'i'he Crt number of "Ti e Ciiitipniv-ii'' will r..,.l..... H .nii.iilwiM nii I, ai. lliw w.u.u ..f tin when Utu. I'ail..r . lecu.l, a r. vi. Jr of o.. i..i. .i..i..,.,.i i,.... : ' iiin,. ,,,,.1 ,,,, ,.x,m;i,i, r the c'lumM. ,.t. 1 ,;, v,hci, j,IaIv ,e ri,., i,at the i.r..l.. of ; xlm it,,;,,. ) ?,,.,. altp.- nnriiiic Ihr inn l.iliiy , liie ytli., ., , (um ; .,e,i-. ,,,,,1 i,ii. . ,IUC ,,e r, mlmininr.iii.iu in the n.iinner j best calculate,! to proinute anil .worn the Ki ii j e,l,l '". uwnit aiixiuuily ilittn ipiiriimity to i I''1'1- theship of Stale ill more t;.niiiii-t.(et. vixi- I ...i . . . . .... , i. ...i. .ui.i. ii.in. .....in. . uiiin; me iiisuiiB- aic-ns which will he called out hy the approach ing caiivnsa.it will he the ..Ij. ci of this paper to luniish liiuely inlii-ii aiion iu the people, ami well consiileieil iirttclca upon such Inctstiml rjr cuniainiicL'i na may be leceasnry to thorough uiiilerataniliiia; of the stale of th-j contest .-uni the principles itichare at ist-ue between the two parlies. 0C7tt ia very desirable Unit anbscril era ilioulil h.'ue their niiiiies entered previous to the first of June, (the ilny of the openiii" of the cniiiiins,) na we cannot Kiiarauty to unmh hank uiimliera to those who shall aubs'-rihe ulter the issue of the hir.l numher. TKHMi "The (;.'imp:ii'n" will he crtinl i-t. ! umier the eilitor.-hip ol the Washiuttoii U iiion It tvill be primeil on n sheet cimihu in ize, atyle ami exeiaitiuii to that issued lr..iu this oili ii in lcl4H, inui folilcd iu it coincident tonii fur hindiio;, ut umc dollar n:ii ropy. Cluha will he furnished with C copiea lor $ DO 13 III till " U " lo 00 fj-NO'l'ICK Newspape.a. by biihlisliiue iln tihove. together with thi- lu.tiee, iinlill the J ilh ol May, will be liiinisheil will) one copy of'i'hi "it inpii ;rn. 'i he last number ol "The campaign'' wi'l he ptihlisheil alter the elec ion. Hint will contain the offli ii.l lelnnis ol tlie canvass in every Mate. tiiay U HOi:i.Sl)N At A It MSTltOMU CADIZ I .. fi. I.O. O. F Meetsovery KKlDA Y KVKM.N'J.al (i .'clock ll the Hull, ailioiiiiiiir the la kit House. CADIZ TIMII'I.UOI' ll.OK, O.50 Aleeit every M.imlay eveiiinu in the 11, ill ail joining tlie iNlmket lluioe. Kesular decree uieetint;! on the first Mondav ll evi ry iiinuih . nu. iiocu. Joins i ui.ii. t j. oou'.v r tiling iiikIit the Fit m ttl William IBojiir A. Co. WE have received our entire Spring dtock. ol I' am y and St i pie Dry Goods, iron. New York, Pliilailelpbia ami Ilaltiniore. imi iiifikiu oT Tim s.wm.ii&ttoi:k in Town, which bus been n;lei.teil with strict n lerence lo tlie nnuia ol' this cuiiimuuity, um! herewith inform ihe public that we cannot and ivill not he un dersold by any establishment in this ur ihe ml. Jul g counties, n excepting those dial pro- less to sell at Biipuliited piolits to a select en. W e leanest n close, alrict tunl impnninl exatii intitioii ul tiur snick and prices. The stuck is large and must bo soi l may 5 WM. HOfJO &. CO. oiler a very nice iismii Imeiit oi Uievi- oo.Uin en rv xiuietv. iiamelv: liroeaile f inured mid Plain, lllm k ttni' Kiuio;- llaiiil .trcbiel's, Poland Silks. Nik I isf lies. Plaid Ar i tiiiues. Piiuieil and Plain Hun Ke, llarcie lie lainea, ('rcii' h Lawns, (.iniiliams, tie. till lo e bnd wry low lor cash, approved produce, or en shun credits to good men. "Miort profit. lulu little, do much, lasl sales ami ijuiok Iu turns, " is (,ui motto, .n 5 WM. MOC'G fc CO. I T ia an ailmitieil liutn that Hot.'.-.V t o. :il 1. waysnili iM (only when suhl out.) the iiict-1 and liit(eai slin k ol Men ami linya' wear to be hail, an a liulc less price than is s;eneritllv sold ut. ' - vv AI . HOliC At I'O. ptoiioiH'ce it no tiou hie to show Koods. ami tin refine teuiiuat , j ,. . i . . . ihe ladies, inui neil ami nm;lc. lo call aim ej ntinue their bea liml cluck ol I'oi liets, lioniiei liihlions, and ihu largest and best assortment' of Flowers uml Tu.is iu this 'own, ins-iher with 4 dozen Parasols, many of which lire very fine liml nice.' Iu store lo he sold. Cloves. Mil's, liofieiy, 'l'liininiuss, Silk rriutju and Luces,1 Ni'i'tliu tv( rlt ol etery v triety. in i y 5 T lil'i balanee of our Block ronsisiintr nf Hardware. Ooeenswni-i. (iiiA.mvnre- a.,'lKl "liovels, forks. M;y thes.Spiuniiijf W heels. Sole Lea iher, every thiini usually kepi iu eon nl ry slores, to he l,,i I on reasniiahle terms (if not u linle lower) usiii tilli hs of profit, its e.ttu he pui chased in ihisor tho iii'ji.ii.inir ciiiiiitit-s. U' AI. HOt.O it CO. imt)-r SteubcnvLlle Street. MSSOJLUTHU. f I IIH pnrlerl:ip hen ton. re t'xir-ititr between J Sleiiiuidiis and Ceortie was ihi tlay dissolv, d by mutual consent. All petsons knowilii! them selves imletited to Kiiid arm, either by nolo or hook account, t iil plcanecall ami settle their respvil ive claims, uml ail having claims against said Ira will p ease present llii'ui fur pay went, null 1 1 cash will be ready. Tin' honks me iu the h d ol S. Oeurte. SAM'L. tji.K l MONsi, SA.MUliL (.t'Oltlili. Ciidin. March C.h. marlC 3 CASH FOlt 1 11 L) lirt Mvi.Vs MMIK Hiiliscriliera will pay cnsl I Skies at I lie old stand of JL Cenrjje, iu I'ntlil. They Inii cash foi Hides and Slem .nous nntl live, tin I int. nil keeping cuuMnliilyr nu uainl all Kinds oi la uilK-r uml Skins, whirh they will tell low lor casti. Hides nutl SLiioi, or good bark. mu 10-Jino (.l.UKt.li; MUllt, I . 1 take rl ii.-ore in rrroa nicnilint; the above firm lo the public us the best ol Mechanic, uml is having Ihe best ol stock on haad, aed also is luirdiiiling iiueii. Kestieuilully, . SI.F..MMONS. Q0e:f.NWAttK ar GLASW AitK in great virieiy,ut the new uml cheup store of ,,,.,117 JOHN McCOKMRK. Jiools (iitd Sliqas, LEATHER, . rT subsciiber, e.ry thiiiikliil for past favors X would retpectlully inform his old customer nnd tke public ironeially. Unit he hi s nov on hand moil splendid ussottnicni ol LOO I S ami SUOF.S, SOLE tunl UPl'K't LEATHKIl t'ull tkitis. Morocco L.iiiinganil liiiitling, Suins, Nulls, Threutl, ami almost every nr ielein his line. Also Ladies' nnd Gentlemen's gum Over Shoes, Men's Unll'iiloOver Shoes, nil ol n superior atyle, lnd will he sold oil very moderate prolitr'for cash , hides, or almost any kind ol merchant:. bJn Pro duce. SAMUEL SLKV1MONS. N. B Persnnt knowing lliuuiselvtM indebted cither by Note or ti mk account, of n tomr stand ing, will pU-uae cull ami s tile up, in short aet lements maki long friends, and in some eneei live costs. inarlU-lyJ S. ft. , devolution in Marine. f TIIE Mibsciiber, having made ample arrange. . nients lor a large supply ol M RULE, keeps constantly on huml Mantles, Toombs, Monu ments, Head and Foot Stones, cle. lie is coif tn n i ly receiviim large lots of Italian, Feypiinn arid Americaii Marblet, which he ia milking hp in ii style not turpassnil in the United Slates, and will ell ut a very small udvii w.t on COM, either wholesale or rciuil, ntvit siiliciistill persons in wauling, to civu him a call. (lo will also iurnii.li a beinniftU White Marble for Caps end Sills., Steps, Frontis Pieces lor Doors anil Vaults, Tile foi Aonrmg etc., very, lout He hits also on hand a emmidernblo ipnmtity ol Free Sinne mixiuiwnts, Tooinhtaml Head Stoim All sixet of Grind Stones, both lor wet uuil dry gintling. wnrranieil. fJf-N. R. Letteiitig ilone in the lutet nntl m ki r rim: i fill stvh s. in nlmnM any laiiuunce re qnred. 'MIC1LEL J. ItoiIAN, Marble Mason and Vault Buihlir, nov. S-ly No. CC, Uwrtr end ol Market st, Tu.'Kii mn.i.m. 1. i'iiilliiis million. SR. r MIIE mhtciibrrj re now tmcninr a Kurin? JL (tuck ol' Uo.tnril Nioei iu nil their lJ. Ucb m.lir:.rra iniuiy near tlyla not l.err lolnte pmeiuril in Ciulii. awoiii hi. h ha ktui.tl ihe (ollowina; tenaonnhle .MHla: MnCs It tar. Mrit'l Pejsed Welt Coot. Cn; In i c rnuip ilu Uii do ilu Ii all welt ilo (In lj Kip ilo do ilu ScH-eJ cloth Conrca Uiitria, welta) ilo ilo tlo ilo t'uiupa, do ilo ilo (In hall Welti; ilu do Jcrafj TVa, fine . lo re;':;ct 1'iiin,! ilrntmia, fi.st quality; do do hull welt du il, (le do Kip do da (! Pitteni Lrati.er Mipjiers; liitiiii do do Womcti's Wrar. Women'a Light colored Kid $lipp rs,T. Rotui'1 do lrou?e do do I'd (Iw do JJUcai Iviil MiirM'r, first quality; do do do ilu low pri ceil ; do do Turn It.oiiui JeliiiV J.iuulj do Krulije da do do Li;!i t Colon d ,j0 dj l..iameled leeiher do it.) lihu'k tilk lasting do do lihuk laatiie' Ciiier lioo'.a, do Ilu' I Welt liiiykius; do Kid do do ilo o:i( I'esseil RiKita. Heels; do do do do priii;a; du Jenny I. mil linuls; do I'ulllu du Misses'' M'enr. Alirtua' r.nameleil Leather JriiLjr Linils; do lll.ii.'k Kid do du tlo llronze 'l ippi d do do do Lusting (mi it r Hoots; do Unitize do (to do Colored iVlorrceo do Willi it good assortment of Boy Youth iiml children's shoes ill of which ve will we r rant to stive ceneral satist'tieiioii. '1 he jiutiea will tiiiti ut this estiibii..lin enl nn aHsortiin-iii of fine shoe not surpassed in thia place. Uur ussorliuei t will be found equal iv any in ihe market, unil the prices na lo f . AI i v 5. IH.Vj T. PHILLIPS & SON. T. PHILLIPS & SON, Den lera in I'.oois, Shoes, Let'ithet, etc HON STIIKKT.OrroMTK. TIIK PUBLIC BL'lLUINUi, :t(li,, Ohio. 'I'o iSailro.-td C'oiuraclui . PltOPOSALSwillbe received at the Often ul the .Steubenville and Indiana Kailroad . uiiipiiiiy, in Newark, from the 1st to the even- , ins of the Oih of June, for the gruhhiiiy unl cie iriuir, grading and masonry ul thnt por tion ol tlie Steubenville mid lniliiUlta Kailrond, oeiwueu Cusl'.oclon ami Noivutk. bciu nlioiit .')o milen in li'ii;'lti, uml comptisinij loruN hea vy I'ttis nntl tiiU, and bridge ueruta the Aluskiugum river. Hiils will be received in sectiotii ol about onn mile each, or for the cntiro division. Piofilea uml Bpecitieation, with o po roiiuin t esiimatea of ipianiities can be seen nt the ol6 ees in Newitrk and Steubi nville, it Iter the Cm ol June. J. ULlCKL'NdDLUFfcll.jr., miy5 4w Chief Lni;inor. mis. us. IllVlil COMlXrlO.Y.IHY & VJ1RIETV STORK, UITOSITK THE nUl.lC BL'lI.IUNOS. IfS. Ul VINl'i refpectlully iiilbrni.rlicr friertla that she has opened out in the biiildimr niiectl) oopo.-iie the Puhlio lltlililings, wheresha) otitis lor sale n l:iri:f. uml well xrlected assort ment of C O j'fj CTl O A'JI R I K S, hu ainnii'; which may be lonnil tho (ollmvin: C'liiiiiiiini mid limey Citiidies ol'ull kinds Almonds, Knlsins, t'ilbers uml Kijja; t ream nut! Pen Nutt; Stittar, S,,da, Uatter uml Wo ter Crackers j t'lieese, (.'undies ami Motip; Ciiinaiiiori. in the bark and grotind; .Peppei, Uiiijer. Alspice uml Starch; Mrs. Miller' Nectarine Fine Cut Chewtaj: I'ob'racco, tin er.i ellent urtiole j Cigars uml Tobacco of all kinds; Teas, lirowii nnd Crushed Siiifnr; A mo ned Pickles ami Pepper Sauoe; Cotn'is of every description; Pen Knives oi all kinds; Lye Proteclora nno lot;elc I Visiting Cards um! Emelopea; Wa'cli C'hntns, Keys uml Guards; A line lot ol Common Jewelry ; Toys ol all dereriotiotis, i...rTi i. I .i i.i:. ll- .. :tl r....... I... fV-T-Asi e mieii'ls to sell chenp, she Hopes IM'I ii linnn 1. 1. uir luuiib Ennriii.ii .,, ,. :,i, ,i, .,;,, with their paironiue. y7" Country Coiilcctioiirtriea can be suppliedl' at in) enahliidjmciit on the very best terms. rmirlOlv M. DIVISK. BIII.S. Liusidl Oil jtHt rceeiV'. ll tl lid lot ltj sale by KLLl.-S At. L'ALDWK I.. V heeling, V. lanJ NEW G 00BS NEW GOODS ! J t Tho Choap Corner ia the Field! ' SPLKXCTD STOCK OF Spring and Summer Goods ! JAS. STEWART, AS just received from litn Cities, and isn' opening one of the most fashionable and idieapesl lot ol Goods ever ollered to the ciiixeiis of Citdii ami vicinity, whi.di have been c.tretul ly selected uml purchased n! ihe lowest ea prices. His Koe.it consists ol loih, i:iiinllK A Ctltmcrt'ii OC ii 11 colors, price uml qn iliiin. ( and bummer wear ; silk ni.it iinru po ee. iliius-de-laines, Jtwtis, Giiighhrnf, 7lft t uml calicoes l'.i)liu, Fieueli mid Ati;r:S) which me of the l.i'el sty les, Ix tit iniiierl.ls .Ju will In' sold to eiii)iiicns at t!n' lowel i: ' Brown and Bleached Huslina. or sheeting, cuitint:, etc. Alao tilaiti and fig ured iSivii-5 mtti-lina; lloiiticts, Uiliboaa and flow em; hosier', tlniwls, vlo.ol nil kinds, color, (pialities ami prices, and nil other aili'les utii ally fun net in a dry goods st-ore. TO TUB XtABZES. The Ladies will find in his assortment evsry article ot ihe beat and l itest styles, selected ex pressly lor them, anil to whieh tntir espeiiial at-, teiitiou is invited. ! verj body will find just tltJ articles they wao lit il in pilots suited to the times, tharei'ere. w refpeciiully solicit the iitieiuion of eterybuJr to the biirgains heti now preprint! to offer. P.euicuihei tlie plaoe ernur ut MainaoJ tcv benvillesirettis t:t.d t, Ohio. Aptil28, I tSJ t,2 CIOD LIVI'.lt OIL, wnnnnteil ptileetly f rcJ. J anil geniiiw ; the moat popular remedy e taut for iliseii-i of liie Luiijis ntul Throat, for. ealeby (j m2i) KELLS At C LDWELL. M.VV CilMttt. G0OUU1CII. on the corner of L'uinn and Market Spline, W healing, Va has, jCoinmetiCHit rereivinsr I'is Inrsii siook ol Sl'KlMt. tiOOU.-i. direct I nun New York and Hilladeiiihiu,.. which Will be sold at wtrialk advance on i;,t'B cost All pel sons visitiiii ihe city are invited in. call and exuuiitie,uo trouble to hu Goods, in 1 1 til I I.I V Pi IKSUIC4NCE ': LIVRS t.vsl'KEO hy the Kentucky Mutual Jiii. Iusiintm-eCouipnny.Bt Covington, Ky.. Tina Ciuipnny has an urtaul c-ipttal uf l,t lluiiili cil s'liou;Mti Isulliim, nnd is niaiiuueii hy men ol he highest iuiegritj uml re poasibiliiy. I'amphJels f irlllsln d, infofmiiuVrts given, and applicatitvtis n-eeisi'd bv M. vV. WliLLlP'S, genu, B r..B-rkley, leilivf'l$l3iiiiniiiier. ' t c o ,ii ,ii I s i u m n ; itc 11 n t ro tar si.k os if- 7 LFAF TOIiACl'O. PI ODL'CE, &C . UOrtT STHRKT H'HAHF, ' (eh-j.., ItiililHini-r, Mil. riimi ,u!tiiFAcrtMi:u. r r 1MUi autiscribiT wishes to iiil'ona his eiistom X. tts ami the pnhlto gsiieraliy, thai lm hm nn hand t lot nf I'll III1, made lo order.. which he will sell for mish.or approv.'it ciwiutry protlijet, lud Hint hit s'ill itiMUiiiiiea to ii.aimiactnre all ho dilfureut v iriiHies of Chnirs, Setting. SiXin ilea, Ariii-Clniira, sinnll Cii iir, to eto., at tn it'iuil. na Wurreu street, a, itt tlonrs tmth of "I, ill. M "Fad ffn's st ire. Mil . M.-WVONNELU