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ft all or an prt "I thr cierulivr officer f (his titntt. the Governor and Seen turv f Stale, within live day lion nficr iii the office of the erretarj if .State, in the presence of ar least two of lb Judges of tl supreme court, shall open the return ot abstract rosde to the Secretary of State fur xaiJ office, ret-nhly to the provisions if the (went; -tliiid section of this set; that it such 'return lhU nut have Ueo rwtivi'd from nil the counties, recounts shall be had, fur such delinquent countie. t the returns of the abstract luade agreeably to the provision of the twenty tirnt section of tint, act; and shall fortliwilh pnireed to HNCerUin the nuhiber of vote given to the different persons Air the several office of Governor, Lieutenant liournor. Secretary of State, Auditor of State, Treasurer of State, and Attorney IenerU, a the c;i may be; and the per son having the highest" number of votes for any of id officers, shall be cuntidered duly elected, and by the Governor o de dared; if it fhnll appear from the returns and Abstracts aforesaid, that any two or more persons, for any one of said pffi es, have the highest and an equal number of voles, the Governor shall, by message, communicate such to the General Assem bly, slits fit si session thereafter. Ssc. 28. That whenever a vacancy shall happen in the office of Representa tive to Congress, or Senator or Kepresen Utiy U the General Assembly, in any CO tuty or countie in this State, entitled by law to such Senator or Representative, the Governor of '.he Stale for the time be ing, shall upon satisfactory information thereof, issue a writ or writs of election, to the sheriff or slier id's of said county or ollliifes, entitled by law to such Senator or Represent itive.us aforesaid, directing him to hold a special election within such county or counties, on a day specified in such writ or writs, for the purpose of fil ling such Vacancy; and the Hieiill' shall preceed to give notice of the time and , place of holding such election as in other cases; and such election shall be held and conducted, and the returns thereof made to the clerk's office of (.he court of common pleas of the proper county, in the same manner, and within thosame time specified in this act. Sue. That in nil elections for members of Congress, to till any vacancy, under the two preceding sections of this act, the said sheriffs shall, within six days after such election, attend at the seat of justice in their proper counties, and re ceive from the clerk of the court of common pleas, an abstract of the votes given in such counties; and within twenty days from the day of election, shall transmit the same to the office of the Secretary of State, and take his receipt therefor, under, the penalty of five hundred dollars, to be re covered before any court having compe tent jurisdiction thereof, in an action of debt, in the name of the county; and it shall be the duty of the county treasurer for the time being, to sue for, and recover the penalty aforesaid, for the use of the comity. Sec. 30. That the Secretary of State, on the twenty-first day from the holding such special cleationrW sooner, if all the returns shall be received, in the presence of the Governor for lime being, (or in his absence, in the presence of the Auditor and Treasure of State, wl)o are hereby required forthwith to at end at the oflice ot the Secretary of State, on notice given by said Secretary,) and such of the afore said sheriff's as may think proper to at tend, shall open the abstracts and oanvass the votes; and ti e persona having the greatest number of votes, shall be delarud duly elected; and the Governor for the time being shall forthwith transmit to them a Cfititicatu of their eluutjon, as a foresaid. Sec. 31 That whenever it shall so hap pen that the clerk of any court of common pleas shall die, be absent, or from any casualty be prevented from opening the return of votes at any elections, it shall be lawful for his deputy to discharge thu duties required of such clerk, by law; or if the oflice of clerk is not represented by deputy, and sijch clerk being absent, or in any wise disqualified lo serve, as afore aid, it shall be the special duty of the probate judgeof the county, in which such election wis held, to attend immediately at the clerks office taking to his assistance twojusticesof the peace.of the proper county shall then proceed to open all the returns of elections for such county, which shall have been made to such clerk's office, and perform the same duties that are required of i)ie clerck of the court in such cases, under the provisions of this act. Sec. 32. That if any numberof persons, greater than the number of the county of tjepri directed to be tilled, shall be equal jn votes, the clerk and justices, or judge and justices aforesaid, (ar the case may he,) shall determine by lot, which of die persons shall be (July elected. Sec.. 33. That no election shall b set Aside for want of form in the poll books, provided they contain the Nubsatnce. Sec. 34. That when two or more coun ties are joined in a senatorial, represen tative, or judicial district, the clerks of such couniy or counties, of any such dis trict, that have a smaller populat ion, shall make out fair abstracts of the votes given within any such county, under the seal of the court of common pleas, and attested by the clerk, and transmit the samtt by a Bpepjnl messenger to the clerk of the court of common pleas of that county of any such district, having (he largest population, within ten days after the day of election; who shall receive and open the same, in tbe same manner a returns of election districts, and incorpota't the returns from such county or counties, having such smal ler populutin, with the returns of election districts of the county having the largest population, and make out and deliver to the person elected, certificates of their election. See. 35. That when any si eriff or cor oner shall die, or by any other means be incapable to serve as sheriff, or coroner, it shall be the duty of the commissioners of the county where sudi vacancy may happen, if they, or a majority 0f .hum, shall determine that the public interest and the welfare of the county require it, to ap point a day, with delay, on which the qual ified electors of said county shall meet in their respective township or election dis- tricts, and proceed to the election of a sheriff pr coroner, (as the case may be,) jn the same manner as is directed in the case pt the election of it sheriff or coroner; and the retunrs of such election shall bo made to lite clerk, and shall be opened and canvassed, in the same wanner pjvjr rided in this act, far elect juns At thenar Oral election. - Sec. 36. That tte clerk and justices, or judge and justices, (as the case may bp,) shall declare the person having the high est number of votes for probate judge, clerk of the court of common pleas, sher iff, coroner, county auditor, county com missioners, county treasurer, county re corder, countysurveyor, judgeof the crim inal court of any county, and pristcutiiig attorney; and tiie person or persons hav ing die highest number of vole for sena tor or representative of the getter! as sembly, duly elected; subject to an appeal ( W the court of common pleas, of the prop er county, in case of the contested election of the probate judge, clerk of the court of common plea, sheriff, coroner, county auditor, county commissioners, county treasurer, couniy recorder, county sur veyor, or prosecuting attorney; and to that branch of the general assembly, to which any person may be returned,) when an election is contested; Provided, notice ot such appeal, to the said court, be en tered with the clerk thereof, within twen ty day from the day of election. Sec. 37. That the clerk shall make out for the probate judge, clerk of the court of common plea, sheriff, coroner, county auditor, commissioners, couuty treasures, county urveyer, judge of county court, (if such there be,) and prosecuting attor ney, and each of the senators and repre sentatives to the general assembly, w ho have the highest number of voles given, a certitichte of his election, and shall de liver the same to the person entitled there to, upon demand, without fee; and he shall also make out for any candidate or elec tor of his county, an abstract of votes as aforesaid, upon being paid one dollar there for. Sec. 38. That if any candidate or elec tor shall, directly or indirectly, give or promise any meal, drink, or any other re ward, with the intention to procure his election, or the election of any candidate, he shall forfeit and pay for every such of fence, a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, and if a candidate, be rendered incapable, for two years to serve in the office for which he was a candidate. Sec. 39. That if any canidate or elector of the propi r county, or senatorial distrct, chooses to contest the validity of an elec tion, or the right of any person proclaim ed duly elected to his seat in the Senate or House of Representatives, such person shall give notice thereof in writing, to the person whose election he intends to con test, or leave n written notice therof at the house where such person last resided, within twenty days after the election, ex pressiajr the points on which the same will be contested, and the names of two justices of the peace who will officiate at the taking of the depositions, and when and where they will attend to take the same; and such notice shall be served at least ten days before the day pointed out therein for the taking of the depositions; Provided, the time fixed upon for taking such depositions, shall not exceed thirty days from the day of election. Sec. 4'. That said justices, or either of them, shall have power, and are here by authorized and required, to issue sub poenas to all peroas whose testimony may be required by either of the parties; and the said two justices when met, shall hear and certify under seal, all testimony rela tive to such contested election, to the presiding officer of the branch of the gen eral assembly where the person whose seat is contested, may be returned to serve ut its next session. See. 41. That no person shall contest the election of any senator or representa tive, unless he is an elector of that county or district from which the person is re turned to serve. No testimony shall be received by the justices on the part of the person contesting the electien, which does not relate to the point spc citied in the no tice, a copy of which notice, shall be de livered to the said justices, and by them transmitted to the presiding officer of that branch of the general assembly where the contcs' is to be decided, with the other doc uments. Skc. 42. That the method to be pursu ed in oontesting the election of any per son declared duly elected probate judge, clerk of the court of common pleas, sheriff coroner, county auditor, county commis. siouers, county treasurer, county reccrder county surveyor, or prosecuting attorney, shall be at the instance of a candidate or elector of the proper county, and shall in every respect he similar lo the method directed as aforesaid, to he p rsued in contesting the eleclion of senators and representatives to the general assembly, save only that the testimony taken as a foresaid, and all matters relative to such contest, shall e sent to the cour: of com mon picas of the proper county, on or be fore the second day of the term next en suing the thirty days allowed, in which to take depositions, by the preceding sec tions; and the said court of common pleas at their said first term after thirty days shall have expired, shall hear and de termine the contes',. Sue. 43. That any candidate or elector being desiious of contesting the election of any person declared elected governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of State, auditor of state, treasurer of state, attor ney general, judge of the supreme court, member of the board of public works, judge of the court of common pleas, or judge of the criminal court of any county shall, between the sixth and tenth day After the commencement of the first gener al assembly after the day of election, file a notice of such intention, with the clerk of the senate, specifying the particular points on which he means to rely; Provi ded, that no person shall contest the elec tion of common pleas judge, unless he is an elector of the proper judicial district. Sec. 44. That upon any such notice being filed as aforesaid, the senate shall, by resolution, determine on what day or day they will meet in their chamber, in order to near and determine any such con test; and thereupon, a certified copy of the notice filed by any oontestor, shall be served upon the officer whose election is sought to be contested, or by leaving a copy thereof at his Iasl or usual place of residence, by such person as shall by res olution be appointed, with a notice when he is required to attend in the senate cham ber to answer the contest. Sec. 45. That on the trial of any con tested election for any of the offices in the forty-third section of this act named, the parties of such contest may introduce ei ther written or oral testimony; but no de positions shall be read on such trial, un less the opposite party shall have had rea sonable notice of the time and place of taking the same. Sec. 46. That in conducting any con tested ejection for the offices jn the forty third section of the act named, the follow ing ruins shall be observed, to wit: 1st. On the day and at the hour appointed for that purpose, the senate, with its proper olliwrs, at their usual place of meeting. 2i. When the president of the senate it not the acting governor, he shall preside; but when he is the acting governor or contestor, tie senate shall elect a president pro torn. 3d. The parties to tbe contest shall then be called by the clerk of the senate, and if they answer their appear ance shall be recorded. 4th. The con testor hnll first introduce his testimony, and then the offiuer elect shall introduce his; and after the testimony is gon through wiih on both sides, die conu-Ur may, by himself or Ins cjuiim.1, opto, the contest; and the officer elect may then procetni by himself or counsel, to make his defence, and the contestor be heard in reply. 6ib. After the arguments are thus gone through, by the parties, any member of the senate shall be at liberty to offer his reason for the vote he intends to give. 7ih. 6th. The clerk of the senate shall keep a regular journal of the proceedings. 8th. 7th. The manner of taking the de cision shall be by an alphabetical call of the members; and a majority of all the votes given, shall decide; the president of the senate, when acting a governor, the person holding the seat, or contestor, not being permitted to vote, either upon the final decision, or upon any preliminary question that has any reference thereto. Ssc. 47. That thejudg who carries tiie poll book to the clerk of the court of com mon plana of the proper county, shall be ent'tled to receive for the same, ten cents per mile, from the place of election to the seat of justice, to be paid out of the ouun ty treasury. Sec. 4U. That if any officer charged with any duties under this act, shall refuse or neglect to perforin the duties required of him by this act, according to the true interest intent and meaning thereof, he shall, ou conviction thereof, before any court having cognizance to that amount, be fined, in .any sum, at the discretion of the court, not exceeding two hundred dol lars. Sec. 49. That all fines and penalties imposed by this act, and not therein otu erwise provided for, shall be recovered, with costs of suit, in an action of debt, for the use of the county. Skc. 50. That in all cases where there turns from different counties, composing congressional districts, shall not have been made, or may not be made within the time required by law, or after the cer tificate of election shall have been for warded to the person having without those returns, the highest number of votes, the Secretary of State, in the presence of the Governor, or, in his absence, in the pres ence of the Auditor and Treasurer of State, when said returns shall be made, shall open the same, and the Governor shall certify the same to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Uni ted States. Skc. 51. That the sheriffs of the differ ent counties shall each receive for their services, performed under this act, the fol lowing fees, to wit: For advertising the election, the sum of fifty cents for each township within his county; for delivering the abstracts of votes to the Secretary of State, at his office, the sum of three dol lars for every twenty-five miles traveled to and from their respective seats of jus tice, on the nearest usual route to the seat of government; which fees shall be allow ed by the Auditor, on the certificate of the Secretary of State, and paid by the Treas urer of State. Sec. 52. That every such clerk of the court, or probate judge, (as the case may be,) shall receive for his services perfor formed under this act, the following fees, to wit: For making out abstracts, for eve ry hundred words, ten cents; for e ich cer tificate with the seal of the court attached to abstract, fifty cents; which fees shall be allowed by the county Auditor, on the certificate of such clerk or probate judge, (as the case may be,) and paid by the county treasurer. Sec. 53. That it shall be lawful for the judges of any election which may be held under this act, when in the opinion of said judges, it is impracticable to count out and certify all the votes which have been given on the first day, to place the box containing the ballots, well secured by a lock, and carefully sealed up, under the charge of one of said judges, and to post pone further counting thereof until the next day, when the counting shall be re sumed, and continued until completed, when the same shall be certified in the manner provided for in this act. Sec. 54. That the "act to regulate elec tions," passed the eighteenth day of Feb ruary, one thausnnd eight hundred and thirty-one, and the act amendatory of the net entitled "an act to regulate elections," passed on the thirteenth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven; and "an act prescribing the manner of contesting the elections for Governor," passed December twenty-third, one thou sand eighthundred and seven, be and the same are hereby repealed; Provided, that said repeal shall not in any way or man ner affect any right which may have ac crued under any of said acts. JAMES C. JOHNSON, Speaker of the House of Representatives. JOEL W. WILSON, President of the Senate, pro tem. May 3, 1852. Secretary of State's Office, Columbus, May 26, 1852. I certify that the foregoing laws are correctly copied from the original rolls on file in this office. WILLIAM TREVITT, Secretary of State. I certify the above to be a correct copy as published by the Secretary of State in the Ohio Statesman. R. K. PRICE, Auditor II. C. Sctttiud &imrmcr. i f UliLI81IED EVEM WKDNEsiUAY j CHARLES N. ALLEN. EOUOU AMU PROPRIETOR. j TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. (Sir Uu"1" Nn' u" cents iii advance, oi two iollars during the year. This rule will be strictly adhered to. Any person piocuring five responsible subscri bers to the 6'eiitiiiel. will bt entitled lo v copy lor thu same length ol time. Iree. TERMS Of ADVERTISING. Foi a whole column, (one year; . . 425,00 hall coli.iuii, (one year; . . . 5,00 quarter, (one yee.r) . . 0,00 or 13 lines, or less, (three insertions) - 1,10 ib do (one insertion) 50 For each additional insertion, BUSINESS CARPS. Foi I3liuei, or less, (one year) . (six months) - - 25 f.1,00 2,00 1UT1SS U.V lJUt5TAUK. on Lf.rrtBS. If p'lid ill advance, ..... :t cents. If not paid ill advance, ... 5 cell is. on HKKKcr KwsrrKKB. To till subscribers in the county where published. L'llL'L ' More than 50 miles distant, 5 cts. per Qiiar, liver .w. ami uii'ier .nui nines, ii (u Over Will and under 1,0110, 15 " (!o Over 1)00 and under iJlUO, UU " do Aici-iiI lor lli! fii'iiiiuel. The following named gentlemen nro our ntt horized agents to receive Biihsoriplious, ndver- isements, ami jon ivorx. ah contracts uiade ty tbeis will ! strictly tullilled by u Freeporl--Joseph Allen. Miioiefield A.Jul Schrelher. Westchester Wm . Fleming. Franklin.-Dr. E. Couaway, RiinileyJacobGutslmll. Short Crook Asn Holmes, tock James Hougliiml. Athens Dr. Thoinui Find ley Green John Wilkin, German John Brown. NorthA. F. Croskey. Monne Hour B. ileller. ew AUK'I (ItfriM-Mirt n j body ilrjtl JtL'Mhlli tl.VE. II. II. II. 11 A I WAV HEADY Itl.l.irF la Hie fiin n I unljr remedy ever recorded in oieuicai tiisiory ot in world trim has nop ped ihe nat violent pains in but a few secnlnls. IT Witt TOf THE MOST SEVKRE PAINS In a lew tuiuutes and cure il mot obstinate Mild loruM-nling Khcumulic, Neuislgic and Nervous complaint IN A FEW HOURS. Internal and Uxiersinl it sin. rror TIIE MOST EXCRUCIATING PAIN in raoia Turk to rivt hinltlj! ,1JtU HAS CUHEU Rheumatism. In Four Hour. Neuralgia, Cloup, Diurilnsa, Tooltwuche, SHISIIIS, Cramps, Sick licd-nche, Chill Fever, Cliillhliiim, 8or Tlirwii, In One Hour. In 'I Vn Mini U' In Kif een Mwuitr. In One Kooou. lu Fie Minuiet. In Fire Minim . In Fiiieen Milium. In Fifteen Mniiuc. In Fie Minuiei. In Fi ur llouri. liinuriizii, In One Hour. SPINALtOJIPLAINTd, SiirTJoin-j.Strniaa. Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Float Uite, Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Tic Doloreu ,m nil other complaints where there is severe pains, RAD WAY'S READ' iKLEF will instantly slop the pain ano quickly cure the disease. The Human Frame is the most perfect piece of mechanism in Ihe universe. Every artery, inns, cle, ligament nnil bone, exhibits in its formation the wisdom ol the Deity. Every joint and sinew woika harmoniously with each other, and upon the natural performance ol every function de pends the health! I action of the whole. Pain disorganizes the whole system, it pros trates ihe nerves, it relaxes ihe muscles, it weak ens the joints, it interferes with the functions ol every organ, it check Ihe free and healthy cir culation of the blond , it pnrnlist the absorbents, and renders them unable in lake up and replete the wasted form with sound material. For the very moment ih it this teauliful masterpiece el Uotl becomes afflicted with Puiu, ihe ii.tlucnce is experienced throughout ihe whole sysltiu, no matter in what particular locality the pain may originate; whether in the head, the Icet. ihe back, the knee-joints, the elbows, the teeth, ihe gums or the atoniuch; whether il arises fram internal ilernngeiiieui. or is Ihe result ol external injuries, still the pain exercises )ila influence throughout every portion ol llie huu.nn system. Not a neiv or muscle escape its prostruiiog influence. INSTANT RELIEF from Pain is the great disiderntum of every indi vidual who suffers its tortures, no matter how lieht or severe i paryoxisms may be. No one can leel happy while suffering Us torments. UADVVAY S READY RELIEF IX .i FEW SECONDS, WII.I. Tor THU MOST OISTRKSSINO MINS. It effect re like electricity it arrests t most distressing pmigsin a few seconds, itasoo lug, neutralizing nod healthful influences thrihd thro'igh every minute cell and membrane, line establishes the secretion of every gland in the system, subduing the most excruciating paroxysm uf pain, and imparting strength and vitality to every organ. JVEURjiHiM. Pain stopped Instantly. Railway's Ready Reliel poxsesses an almost miraculous influence over the sharp durling panes of pain of this cruel complaint. In n few min utes the paiu-slrickn sufferer experiences the delightful sensations of departing pain, it has cured thousands ol cases in the city of New York where ni.iny of them had een brought almost to death's door. The effects of the Ready 'Relief is to stop the pain immediately, to strengthen the nervous system, nnil supply the iii ives'with ner vous energy and vitality, the Use of which is Hie chie icaiise of nervous pains. Ditnaeroiis I'aciirr The use of Morphene, Strychino, Acontme. in...l. ....... a ... : a I ...I...1 Bclledoniiii, Arnica und other poisons, are not only damreroiis but cruel. The effect ol these w" Mumlretl Uemaikiible Cures, in Phila- poisons is not to cure the disease, or to remove l'u'l'n'" New York and U.iston uloiu. These from the system the pains. Hut it js to iikaokn wl'"' l,el,'lj' " despeiate eases, und tae cures tiie nerves, to wk.ikkn nnil stop the nervous energy were ""'' rn jiid and wuuderlul.huiptiinutieut. 10 pbai.vsk the lunciions of the nervous sy,Uiiu, i ' " l?,u"t Nervous Autiiloie, and piirticulmlr and to iikstiuiv sensation. If this practic usi till to tendency to liillious Disorder , Li mi continued lor any length of time, the pa tie i ttril Complaiiil, Fever au.l Ague, or badly treated te not only waste nway," hut the brain will h ixct ,vet As'"'." nd die evil eilccisul Muiniii, Mer paralysed and the intellect destioyed. r"'y other druss upon the Digestive Hivftus, KADWAY'S READY RELIEF "iter a long sickness. Also, lor exi-esa in ea ting I. .reoliom Morphine, Anil nil other p. ,c-.o mflne,,,,. To the weak and paraUed m ivons i system ., a,t,UrKi ste.,.1 of death. ....,1 the pain , stoitko By the healthy itilliience whi.d, tad ivay'i Ready Relief mparts lo the nerves, instead of thi lifeless. sleepy and pur.ily sing effect which Mor(.hene, and all other prepn rations containing this poison, produces on liiesvstein SICK lir.AU-AClIU. 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It breaks thechills; immediately warms up and invigorates with health and strength every rtrnn and secretion ol, the system. ALL FAUNS. Whenever you feel tiny pain apply Rnd vn)' Ready Relief, it is sure lo telieve you in few minutes. If you have pains in ihe Hlomach, In- test nea, Liver, Kioneys, bowels. Joints, or in the Bones, Rndwny's Ready Relief, taken inter nally or applied externally, will in u few minutes stop pain, and quickly remove, its cause. Price 35 and 90 cents per Bottle. RADWAY &. CO., Principal Office, Ifii Fulton St., N. Y. BEAUTY. Complexion richly tainted with the bloom o health. With skin in pure and fair as parinn marble Soft nnd sweet as the fragrant rose -Teeth as sound aid white us alabaster. Breath of sweetest Irngrnnce, and lip of eonil tint. With flowing ringlets and glossy locks. Luxuriant tresses dancing gracefully o'er the ...lurtr r.,..to.-.,. i ...n, ll.A lu...:.,.. swawn-nice neca, ture, Or to cart dull shadow n'er beauty's master- piece. RADWAY'S MEDICATED SOAP Composed of the most delicious, rare and fragrn gums, 0 extracts, oils, and costly essences 01 floweri, roots, trees, and oriental plants. Possessing wondrous virtues o'er skin diseases. TO TH E COM PL EX I ON IT I M PA RTS M t'C BEAUTY. By cleansing the skin from nil eruptive nutter, Makes clean the pores, gives actiuti to ll.e ca luries, fly which ull poisonous humors are ejectod ud a healthy action to the skin restored. To the teeth it gi ires whiioness.nnd prevcnttclo It makes the skin soft, sweet nud smooth, rranslorms the most repulsive and di visage, To a clear and beautiful complexion. RADWAY'S CIIICASMAN BALM. I in part a nutriment to thehnir, Makes it strong, (lossy, rich nnd luxuriant. Cleanse the scalp from dandiufl', gives actio lo the bulbs Fastens the hair upon the scalp, and forces il to Likegnano , hsrres .,.,i, make. h rich snd ZZl ZS ToX.Mhlr.am.mak.it.mort.i.ndglos.y.': strong ami oeaiiuiui. ore. Radway'aCiroHssian Balsam is the ne plut 1V7- Price 25cents per bo'lle. HlADWAY It CO.. Practical Chemists, No. 163. Fulton street, N. Y. Ao pints John Beall, Cadiz; W.Grimes A, Co. Amioolist Mikeaell Jc. liooblor, Jelfersont Wen k Gnt'shall, Nev Romley t A. F. Croskey, tew 1arketi fVttisas Bon, Decrsvillet B. Henderson Franklin. fcllNbui '-"-"1.'V": '' " ' "-, lU III. T OfiKt: of ltir litrfc- "iifT fir Um Ijwtrra Wut-l f Win Kvliauit. Another Scientif o Wonder! GREAT OURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! Or. J. S. HOUGHTON'S THE TRUK DTGERTTlTP PT.TTTTI OK, GASTRIC JLiri' PREPARED fioni RK.YXET. or tht Awrtt Stomack of Iht OX. after direction! .r 3.anu 1.110, ihe grenl Pliyaiolof;ical Cliemiat, by J. S HouiiiiTom, M. V.. fhiliuleliihin, Hh. PL ... . - . ' 7 imaiad iruiy womivriiil remedy lor lutlifntitm, Uyipepain, Jiiiimlice, Liver Complnint, Contti piilinn, unit Debility. Curing after (Suture's own method, by Nature' own agent, the Gas tric Juice ' CT Half a tenapooiifulof Pepsin infused in water, will digeat or iliiaolve Five Pound of Roiiai Beel in libout two hull I i, out of the Stamach ' PKPSIN ia ihe rhicf elcmen 1. or fri.nt li:....ai. !ng Principle of the Unatrio Juice the Solvent of the Food, the Purilyine. Preaervinif and Stiuiii. iHiiiijr. ngeni oi me sioiuncn und liueaiim-a. it i extruded from the Digestive Stoiu.i;h of the Ox thua limning un Artificial Digestive Fluid, pre' fiiwly like the Naiunil Unatric Juice in its Cuem" ienl power, und furnithiug n complete und per' (..! aiihaliliil. In. it II.. i .1 . I ... . Iu. ,,. IU lia prepaj,, . tion die pains mid evils of Indigestion unci Dy. n mic piuus nun CVU80I indigestion tint Uy psiii lire removed, jus: a tlit-y would )e by lthy Stomach. Il ia doim; womlor lor lAs )tic, enrinjf cusea of Hefiility. Kmnciaiion, i" i"'" heall pent Nervous Decline, find Dvsueotic Cm ,. supposed to he ou Ihe verne of the gruve. The Scientific Evidence upon which it is bused", is in the highest lie ree Curious und Remurliiible SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. Baron Likbio, in hiscclehrnied wcr on Ariiuia Chemistry, auys. An Artificial Dicestiva f luid vuiiiugnua in uie buitrio Juice, un.f te raatlilj prepared from the mucous meiiibiar eol tha Stom uch cl the Ox, in which various r.::iles j f food as meiitur.d eggs, wiil be solteutd dun 'eJ, nno digcjled, just 111 the sun, e mtuiiierin they wjula be in the lliimuu Stomach." Dr. Combe, in his vnlu ihle writings on the 'Physiology of Ingestion," observes llmt "u diminution of the ilue quantity of the Gastric Juice is 11 prominent mm nli-prevuiling cause ol Dyspepsia;'' iind he stales thin "u distinguished prnfenoi ol medicine in London, who wusseveielj afflicted with this complaint, finding uvuri thine else to fail, had recourse lo the Caslric Jmoe no laiiied from thu stotnaehs ol living uin'muls, which proved completely siici cssful." Dr. Gkaiiajm, author of the fimous work upon "Vegetable Diet," sajs: It i. a remarkable mot 111 i-iijsioKigy, thai ihe .-t.miut.hs of animals. iiim:ernic.i in nnier, imparl lo the fluid the proper ty ol dissolving various articles of lood , undo erlectinga kind of Artdicial Diireaii. i ....... ill HO wise different from ihe ualui ll degesliv process." (tVCall 011 the Agent, and Ciicular, (uriius,) giving u largo amount ol Sot eiitili.: Evideui-e, similar tq the aoove, lonelier with reports of Hemarkable Curea, iroiii til' part of the United Slates. ' AS A DYSPEPSIA CURKR, Dr. Mouuhton's PtrsiN ha produced iha nion marvelous eliects.iu cuiing case of Debility, Emu. ciiuiou. Nervous Decline, and Dspe.iic Consump tion. It is impossible lo give Ihe details of cases within the limits ol this ail vertisemeni l.m ..... ,l,e",'0"te'l Certificates have been given of more 1," "lZ;,B' 1U""H"" j Dr. Houoi.to.Vs Pnw is sold by nerrlr al the 'dealers in f. e Drus snd popuh" MJdHnes ihroughout Ihe United States s nreo 'ed hi Fwder and in Fluid ,i,u!!all J 'j Ein io ; Vm I. ir il,- n.. c ll'tlu" F.iv.te Crc'lur. lor the use of Physicians ,v be obtained ol Dr. Houston, or l,E , aIIT. sciibmg the whole process ol .repaiuii(iii,aii( giving the authorities unon which tin. claims m Which tin new remedy u re ibased. It is not a '"rut Kemeily , no olieutluiia ciiu l ruiaetl tiniiidi . ' "j"-mue m respecianie staudiuir nud reir- practice. PriceOiif liillni pet Bottle.. I y"0'1 & i ills: Every bo G'"'4 Ul NK Wbear the Wti tile ol toe tten tiigna ori in Medicines. Aiknts John Ceall, Catlizi Ileninir ic Melvin. Sleubenville, Ohio; Patteisoii i Co.," Wheelinir iririnii . . . . O-.r Ur HAELEM SPRINGS, Carroll coma Ohio. T I 11 E Subscriber having purchased Harlem J Springs, has erected u new buildiiii; ami ! r . . . t"i.- " iiicmises in comnlelH runu He An hydropathic Physicians has been einpley cd, anil every facility wiil be lurtiishcd for pur suing the cold water treatment for the cure of diseases. But pati nt will bent liberty to take such medical udvices as they preler. Hoarding und medical utiendancii on reason nhle terms . 1,10 ,,'0,'s l Arrommoilaled . HI 111! k.m:iIIiIiiiiiii ,. . ,,J " . "l 1110 't"J"iiiiiig village n iinricm. i tie serines are situ I t ... couniy, 26 miles Iron. Sit nbenville, 3liinmC an ton, t Irons Carrnlliiui und 1 1 from Saliuevillu Depot on the Cleveland uuH I'iushiirgh Rai. Road. Hacks will be run between ihe sp-ine and most ol theBt pninia during the Bummer. The spring will be open for the reception of visiters uu the first of May. a .3a , J,0.l,N,"lLUERT' Proprietor. April 28, 1852 3moi """ '"U 1 OOO. , T. J. BLOW ir.MHliy untie:.- I D in William Hogg Co. i .1 7"E have received our entire Spring stock f ol Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, (rom New York, Philadelphia und Baltimore, nm making not tiik sham.kst stock im t... u,i.i,.k ! tins been relet ted with Slncl reference lo tiie j wiinis of this cuiumuniiy, nnd herewith inform ! PUDHC llllll We CUIIllot tllld Will Hot il n Jdersold by any establishment in this or the nil- )""" oi'jiniie, not exceptinj thosu thatpriv- . Ii.ua I., a.iil I .1 . .... I .. ....I . . less to sell ul stipulated profits to a select few .. o . . .. mibc, .iiici nun iinpartial exaui- iiiatiou oi our siocit auU prices. The stock large and must bo Bold i"y5 WM. HOGG &. CO. WE odor n very nice tissortiijent of Press Goods in every variety, namely : Brocade Figured und Plain, Black und Fane- lliind- -.erciucia, roianti mikb, mik 'l issues. Plaid Ar entines. Printed nnd Plain Bart go. Barege do I. nine, French Lawns, Gingham., etc., al to e hail vt-ry low for ciii, approved produce, or on short credits to good men. "tfwrc profits mm iituu, uu iniicii, iifsi sines ii iki quick r' turns," is our motto, may 5 WM. HOGG & CO IT is an admitted truth that Houo Sl Cm nl. JL way offers (only when sold out,) the nicet a no largest bums oi iii pu iiuu uoys' vie fir to be nun, uu, u iiuio less price thu a js generally .old nt. nmy 5 WM. HOGG & CO. pronounce ft no trou ble lo show goods, nnd therefore request ihe ladies, married and single, to call and ex amine their bea tifal stuck of Bomieis, Bonnet fiun and nice. In store to be (old. Glove Mitts T !..- uril, L'f 1 i m iiurii-ij, 4 nm iiiiiik, on, fiiiiueanu uioea. 1 1 1. c ; .... ' I neeiuo woik 01 every vurieiy. mtlyd A. O. ZANE, COMMISSION MEItCHANT ros rue sai.s or LEAF TOBACCO. PltODUCE, tiC. LIGHT STREET WHARF, fob25-6m llalilmore, Md. IJiilLADLLI'HIA MHHCAL Hot .-K-es-lablhed I j yeursngo. by DR. Kl.NKELIN N. W. corner oi THIRD and I'NION streets. I e tween Spruce and Pine, a (quart; and a halffn a the Merchant's Exchange. Philadelphia. Persons suffering from Pains in the Loin, le cent and Chronic affection of the Kidneys. d. si ease ol ihe Bladder. Gravtl, Stricture, Semii a. Weakness, and all the concooiitunt trainaof pi ililic affection, and those who, by indulging B seciet hubit, have entailed on themselves c. n stitutiounl debility, should apply immediately sir the most speedy remedies to DR. KINKELI 4, Ihe moat oiieri und successful practitioner fill or near, in the treatment oi all tliseuse of a privi te nature. INVALIDS Are apprised that DR. KINKEMN confines I is practice ton puriiculiirbriiin-hol medicine, whii h eugageshi profound aitenlion. lie caution I e unforiiiiutte against the abuse of mercury t tho i sand are annually mercuriulized out of life; le cent affection lire promptly extinguished. Sec your case properly eradicated, mil pinched u , -marrreo people, ana thote nboul to mnm should be particularly cautious of those nccideiitr what u dreadful inheritance to transmit lopostei ty !" Strictures, one of the most troublesome ond dun gcrous affections, which often end in rravel.ir. rtummntion, weakness, 4c, Dr. Kinkelinguurnn . iee in remove speedily; as also swellings, a is eased prostrnteichtnds. 4tc. Strictures hnve ruin ed mmy who had no hnowlnlge.if their existence TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE! Hundreds afflicted with Consumption, Dyspep sia. Palpitation of the Hen rt. Tumid Liver. Palsv IrriiabilitynftheSystem.tienerulorLocnl Pains' or weakness, Wight Swents. Diunejs of Sight, " " inaen me snop Icrinerly occupied Fits of Despondency, Muscular P.oatrution. and bv Wm. Kennedy, on Main street, Cadiz, O., all disease of the Nervous Centre, never drcnu where he will be at nil time pnpnred to fur-, of the cause of their several afflictions. They nith Tomb Stones, Monument, and in fact ev treat results us if they were cause, nud so no re ffJ lu'n pertaining to his line of business, on liefislound. the most reasonable und accouimod.itine terms. What i the cause of these disenscs very fre I quently? Therei.thekcclcl-olii!iiy self abuse practised by thousands. Commenced when bcTys I .i.uu.iiu.. ,'vnilllcui.OII Wliril UVTB at school or elsewhere, it is kept up even during young manhood. Moduciuir mental and nhvsical - .", I prostration Remember, with indulgence awl repetition, or ganic excitement hecon.es almost continuous and morbidly sensitive eo much so that the organs ire viyioiy ticien upon ny n prurient imagination. Especially in a state of imperfect Bleep lire ther stimulated by lacivious and pernicious dreams- which lead to a constant and involuntary wasting away of the stamina ol man. The more this tin happy condition is prolonged, the more frequent, involutitiiiy, and alnrniitie ihe evil. ami if nutar- rested speedily, the will soon loses all control, and becomes a mere slave ol depraved missions the mental and intellectual in man nresoonover shadowed by the corrupt and animal. The nil' happy victim shuns society, and avoids thn very face of man and still more of woman becomes weak , pale, emaciated with failing sighi.heur ng, memory, mini! a ml with an undefined dienin llf CHIIlil!!? CataillitV. tllld till !ivrriitll I, nil ll.n business of lile. he suoti sinks into a condition nt listh.'ssncss, iiidilTerenceand letliarsy.froia which no comiiiou skill can jrousi aim. . Which such a patient, the ipiestion or nllcsim I live naturally arises, between a manly courage and by the aid ol medical skill, to overcome liis woes orlosiukshaiiieliillyiiiioihi-ariiiKofileaih. Let him brace his nerves, and rise with the last efTnrl ol masculine fortitude, to combat the evil, .....I I.F i... ...l.'-r ..il i. i. i-....i.f. . in.. ii.mj ioi leiii-i. i i, iiii nucii ui. niliKiuiii unit firuiiiise it renovation oi streilglll, lliaiinoott , ami a contented mind . Dr. k'iiikclin's Book on the Iutirmn tics of Ihe Gen erative System, it will be mailed by enclosingiij I cents in a I'oht paid letter. I He -.vho places himself under the careof Dr. K. may religi"iisly i-onlitle in his lioimr as a gentle I man, nui! coiitidcntly rely upon his skill us a phy sician. Persons nt ti distance may' address Dr. K. by letter (enclosing a fee) and be cured at home. PACKAGES ol MEDICINES. DIRECTIONS &c, forwarded, by sending it ri'iniinince. and pui up seen re from DAM AGEor CURIOSITY. 1 jyJ.lly WISTAR'S li ALSAM OF WILD IIDICICV. THE BEST REMEDY EVER KNOWN. To man (or Coughs, Asthma. Colds, Clones, iiriineiiitiis, liillucnzti, lileeiling ol Ihe Lunge, Difficulty of Breathing, Liver AUcctiiius, fuii.s or weakness of 1 lie Hi cast ami tiiiie. First si a geg of Consumption, &e. Ill short, this Balsam ii peculiarly ail an led m ti"ery 01sc1.se 01 me iIIIIsb a nil i.iver, Hhich is nroiltieed in our cvci-viirv intr cIIimhh- , riLD CHERRY has long been known to VV Pbsb important medical properties. a 1. 101 is 111111111:1 r 10 every mairon 111 our land, it ml physicians oftvn presenile it in di 1- teretii lortus lor a variety pi complaiu's. 'J ar, also, has been eiiually noted lor iia virtues: nil sumo physicians, whose names nre familiar to the whole country, have gone so far as to ue dare that even CONSUMPTION could be cu red by that alone. In other I Is, again, it was nearly valueless, owing, 110 iloubt, to their igmiMiicu ill nreimiiug ami aduiinistcrint-it-u liiiti r difficulty now entirely obviated by niitiem ex- peiinieiii tnio lung experience. the extraordiury incilical powers of these two substances ure now. for Ihe llrsl time. ,,. hined and embodied in DR. WISTAR'S BAL-' AM OF WILD CHERRY. Ilv 11 nice chem ical process, every thing deleterious or net less is lejecieo, so 111111 wnai remains ia the most ex traor linary and truly elficiiuious reined v for all minis 01 pulmonary anil liver Hisiiiisch ever .town to man. lo convince nil unbelievers that our theory ia r ally true, we refer to a lew oases 01 cures pcrloriued by tins wonderful medicine: ANOTHER ASTOXISUIXQ CURE. h. Kalb, 11 highly resnectiiblj merchant ol Rushville, Feirfield county, Ohio, sent the lol lowing voluntary tribute to Dr. VViatar'a Bal sam of Wild t berry. Kiisbvilie, fanlield co., O., April G, 1851. Mr. J. D. Park Dear Sir: 1 wish to state, to you tlia t my dfughter, Aiimnda, aged srxtcen ad, about a jear Btnce, a very aevcre 111-1 meiisels, which reduced her very inuch.l yea is, I tack of and left ner withn rucking cough. 1 employed all of the physicians within our roach 1 lor the, ptirpoao 01 removing her cough, but without' suooesfl. She appealed 10 be sinking into it du-j cline, witl) every symptom ol consumption, 1 then tried Dr. 'Roger' Liverwort and Tur'i but this aggravated her cough, and gave her! svmph iiib of 11 still more malignant character. !' I was now most seriously alarmed, and il wiia! with trembling fear thftt I from day to iy,sity; I the progtess 01 that insatiable disease, eotisu a-i tion. I really despaired of my datiirlitei's lecnv.l ery. Hut I providentially saw the ceiiiliaate of, Kooiu finieily occupied by D. hilgoru Johnathttn ('ottlson, whoso ilaiighier, Sarah !io"- "''Block coiiaist ol every vurisly ol Jane," was cured of coiisumntioii hv ' Wlsiiiti.!''0'"14 usually kept in Cadiz, all of which h flat ," was cured of coiisunintion hv 'Wislar's Balsam of Willi Cherry ;' this denied 11 faint hope that it might help my duughter, mill I im mediately commenced using it, unci it imost instantly irtive relief, I er health was improved from thu first bottle, and by the use of two but lie ot "Wis'ar' Balsam of Wild Cherry" she was restored to perfrot health, nnd js not now nt ull predisposed to a eouirh. I will any to ii that urn ttfjlicteil wild any disease temlint to consumption on not ueptMiH, lor Dr. Winnr's Balsam of W ild Cherry will cure yon. if you will bu1 try it. E. KALI). The genuine Wislar's Balsam of Wild Cher ry has n fac simile of the sitnattire i. Henry Wistur, M. D. Pliiladelphiaf nud Siinfiiril Sl : Park" onn finely executed steel engraved wrap, per. No other can bo reiiuiu , Price $1 per bottle six hollies for 5. 8old by J. D. PARK, Fourth & Walnut .. Cincinnati, Ohio. General Agent, to whom all order must he addressed, John Beall. pud M'Bean &. Knnx.Cntlizi Hogg ti Pnrrish, Moorfidd j John Hogg. Ml. Kjeiisitut; J. Criimbacher Ic Son, Wheeling; T. H. Ilen ning, Steuhnnyilli!! Kane Hollowuy. Klushiig; Isano Lewis, Georgetown: K. B. Yost, War reninn; Tho. Nicholson, Harrisvillet H.Rice, Martin's Ferry. April 28, IMS 1 V 11 hut Me Fit iiii for Snif. flIIE suhscriher will sell t private sale 243 I acrei ol first rate land. Ivinit in a rood mirh. bornnod, four milits north. west of Cadiz. Ohio. n .l.:i. : 1 1 :i. .1 ii . ' imi itiiiuii n kuou 11111:. iiwriiiug nouse, n ItOU" bin barn, a good conl hank, nnd an excellent frnit orchard. The said Furm is well watered, with ubout one hundred and seventy acros o'eared thereon, nnd in a high suite of cultivation. For particulars enquire ol the subscribers, livin in " . . ... unu a. unuiore, re siding on the premises. BlOlT BINGHAM, Fsbtl Seal Ettate Agsntaf NEW GOODS AT MOOEE'S ! They com, itu-y .,., illcy ,r,i,nfc Or Ihe Dicsi beautiful and most grnernl as. sornui nt of Drv Goads ever presented ia the town ol Cadi. The largest nd finest stock of Black and colon d broad Cloths al ' A. F. MOORE'S The largest, tastiest and cheapest lot ol Bon net ever offered a. A. F. 'MOORE'S The ht stock ot Barege delaine lor ladies' dresses! A F. MOORE'S The largest stock of ladies' fine shoe ever of fcrrd are at A. F. MOORE'S The most beautiful dre ilks and sa tiua, bon net silk aud ribbons ever seen, are nt A. F. M DORK'S The beat dock of Ready Made Cloihiar ia town i now at A. F. MOORE'S The rarest und moat maty selection of French, woik, capes, collars, chemitetta and under, sleeve i to be had at A. F. MOORE'S The most sabatnutial Ciissimeres sn linens. Tweeds Jen as nud other atufls for pnnts at now to be had ut A. F. MOORE'H lu fart, 1 have the goods vhich to e is wor. thy the attention ol the whole community. Groceries, Qticenaware. Kossuth and JUiiuiirtiu straw und Cassiuicrc Hats, I uces, Edginga, lin ens, cottons, etc., ete. Cull nnd see before yea purchase, and you will find that I have adopt, the principlo ofquick sales, stun 1 1 profits ana th best of pay, thul is, CASH. So cull und save at least 5 per cent, opposite the wat -hiuakers-. ut the old stand of A. F. MOORE'S. April 28. 185-2 K2 Tomb Stones, Monnments &c. i. J, Quigley, TXTOULD respect lully inlorm the citizens of VV Harrison und the adjoining counties. n, work, eh',n no' be 8''"'!'1 l,0P'n he Mate. He respectli r,!,bl,. ,0 . 1,11 ",d cxam,ne n" Wl tits worn snan not De suroasfeii hy any other 3ttully nska th , . . . , ' ,h;'.,,l.,.'c If .whfe., oa ,a , A' J' Cadi. Ohm April 28, 1853 Iy2 iiiiuiiu iu uiin rauu cauiiiiiic iiis nurs ueiore our- A NEW EXCITEMENT ! A- IX. BURTCXX, IS now receiving and opening in the room for merly occupied by K.J. Ucm, ett, a Intgeiiml Bplondid nssortmen ol new Si'Rinu and Summi. Goons, which will be sold at as short profits a tiny other establishment ;n Cadiz. Not feeling disposed to brag , we would only say, call and see for yourselves A. II. BURTC11. Cadiz, April 2d, 1852 ""1ANT0N Crape; Muiwls n nice nilicleatnl very cheap, ut the new store ol April 2, '652 A . 11. liURTCH. JSITRAW Goods Bonnets and Hats in every variety, very low lit BURTCH'S. ' April 28, 185-2 CLOTHS, Cassirnnres and vesting, handsome und c leap, at thu lien slore uf April 48, Itiui A. H. BURTCH. "jONNET Trimmings, Ribbons and ll .wcrs J 3 decidedly beautiful ut BURTCH'S April SS, 1 85 n ----- ""TT 7 Ztlt UUICK oalCS and SllOrt Fronts'.! MjW M'KII tV Mi itlifl UK OlMllrs. f I HE subscriber beg leave lo inlorm their JL customers and the public geueiallv, that .i i . ' iney ii.ivi: 8,000 WORTH of New Spring and Summer Goods bom lit under ihe most favorable circumstances, which they are determined to sell, if possil le before the 1st of September. We go upon the principle of ' Work hard, aril m 11 en onrf makea little 1. cerglimr? 'I bis large nnd splendid stock, uxceediui; any thing ever before brought to Cadiz, consists in part ol Cloths, Cnsiioerr, Sattiiiels, Vesting, Fl auiicls. Mnusliu do Laities, Berages, Berate de Laities, Siik Tissues, French and English Lawns. Alpticaa, Scotch, English iltld domestic Giimhams, fancy nets. Jaconets, Mulls, lloniiiet, Swiss and Bonk Muslins, Irish Linens, (11 large lot and dirt cheap.) Edgings, I -tices, Hosiery, Kiiglisli tiiul Ameiiciui Prints. domestic c;oods For common wear. A general assortment of Bonnets, Misses Hats und Runnel. i;, eat) and examine lor yourselves. A nice lot of shoes for ladies and children. Ki;iTii'ii:iE hats. Hardware, Ujieenswiiie, Groceries nnd nearly everything else WOOD & SMITH. Cadiz, April 21. 53. AKTIFICU1 Flowei up 21 Wl ruat .'ODD and SMITH'S. t I MtlMM JNGS for lad !es' dresses, berages, gmps, cords, luces, etc. tit "l'5il WOOD and SMITH'S. OILK Poplins, plain and watered, 33 percent. sj)"lder lust yeais prices, u big lot ut hi, u"uiimi sttitru's. CANTON Crape and V'1!'! W Cashmere Sh-wls, t OOD and S VII i ll's. " UULhll Y c Oollars, llatnt consisting of Saddles, Bridles, ss. lirieiibauils. Check and &i li en; Linus, tiliti (Judles. side straps, etc., etc. at "I" WUOD and SMllli'S. TO FAIMII'liS, 4 GOOD joke 01 el hroltu Oxen (or sale .XXclien 1: up eiajiiiru ut a pi I WOOD and SMITH'S- .. TjAKASUIihund Uiiibrcllas lor spring rains. at WCOD and !s.ll T L'S. SILK Milts, hand nitide lo fit everv size, at ap2l WOOD and SMITH'S. Silk for ls-Ni mill ltni.ii-i. ")L4JVaud figured black changeable , lendil- loient kinds, ull cheap enough. nt iiptH WOOD nud SMITH'S. BER AGE do Inines, beautiful and cheap, u dozen kinds, nt WOOD and SMI TH'S. BONNE TS nnil children's Hats, in great va riety, at the big corner of ap2l WOOD and SMITH'S. O IJM VF.fl wear 11 firm n.l.. ,i. I ,. ,,tl YJ"t bom isiup. upi WOOD and SMITH'S, 1 T ALL nnd Window Panel. at V V SI .YOOI) and SMITH'S. C A MET BAGS, various sizes unit ipialiiie, 't WOOD and SMllli'S. , . , ( J""'1 N'udding, I 'HINGES, Oak nnd Poplar Bonrds, Lath etc., at the lumber yard of WOOD anu SMITH'S. tA PES, Collnrs ; CbimezcttB, ut V' a I WOOD and SMITH'S. AMILY FJour warranted by the barrel, ami 1 in smaller quantities. ut nil times oil bund at '2I WOOD nud SMITH'S. New Stoii- ami "SiiottT PsoriT,. Quick ! Now Unix!!! AI.KS, ANU tltHlll I'AV" THE MOTTO OF JOHN dih;iiuiiih:i(, A 7 HO has just teceived 11a entire Nnw Stuck t T ol L ' GOODS, which -he has oocned 011 1 in ters himsel . were purchased under the mott favor able, (ireumitavees, und will be sold under lb motto of "S'ort Profits und Quick Sales." Pi r aoiB wishing to purchase Goods will find it to their interest to c-ill nud examine his stock before purulinsiiig, as he is determined to veil Good uioii jhe principle of larger talei a ml mailer prnjitt, than has hnretoicr heen done in this nlace. tin domj n.it ask any n to lake his wi rd for hi Stock being the Haniisourst one ever brought to. uu piace, nut woulil say to one nnil nil, come and look - fir yiivrtelret. Ho would most respectfully invite his old friends nnd customer to call and examine p's stock bit fore nii'dmaing. iniiBlJ-ly JOHN McCORMICK. T HIE balance of our stock consisting of Hardware, Qiieotiswaro, Glassware. Nails Shovels, Forks, Scythes, Spinning Wheels. Solo Leather, everything usually kent in country stores, to he had on reasonable term (if not n (lino tower; reparoles, ol prpit, us can he pur chased 111 this or the adjoining counties. WM. HOGG &CO. may 5 Sleitltpnyille Street. NKW GOODS. W GOODRICH, on thr corner of Uniofl nnd Market rkptare. Wheeling, Vn.. ha commeuoed rcocivins his large stock of SPRING GOODS. direct from New York and Philadelphia, which will be sold nt n mall advance on En stern cost. All person visiting th city are invited lo call and exiunine,-.no trouble to show Good. iar3l RECEIVED BY EXPEESS. T I "I ARRIVAL of Silk, Gimp nnd oth. W L 1 JLor Bonnetta, Black Brocade Silk, Silk Tissue, Chemise! ts, Under Sleeves, anil other Dress Goods, at WM. UOGGfcCO'S. CudU.Mi.- "