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Tb Pacpnti CV-ittabaiM it'kh with flt f oi0 b4. The writer know tU voting ia nd vu designed fur. This ((e Otitun) i a dcmorratie paper, ktvU-ti to politic nnd general news. It editor, Judir Warden, u, till recently bu " ' riMd.' aUdg of, th common plssu court "fl Hamilton euntuy, nd it ctubolto by re jigkm, Ws commend the article, to Uys pe- SiimI tit frr roa.lpr- To vote for Paro it to vote for a demo- rW It is,. therefore, to vote for a Presi dent, instructed bv the public voice, and ich- dy to obey it with clear conscience; and to upport a policy, which has wade the goodie and greatness of our past, and prin Vipla wl4 pre rvalk w th i only ; hope Hrf ur"fuuir m a people. To Vote for Scott ia to vote For a whig. It is, ftefore,Tta jfQf for" a President, not j waic tli duty of 'obedience to popular in ' utructioai, and left to his own whims and fan v ejtiotwtthstandini; his present acceptance of the platform oQ.vshich he bus b en noiui- Mted --And it is to eupport a policy useful, indeed, but imperfect, Had to sustain passing . interests, vather than the principle whicb "havenuultt k slranjf, and allow us to hope '. 1&3,,MtMliQnl liiii, of uudiuiuiislitd vig or and prosperity.,., 1 ....Tq Kttte jitt Pierce U to vote for a lawyer and, jLt8t!tan, frell acquaiutud with the theory and practice of the government; and m a rnun; wnose ngni arm was ready, tiiouy ti ntilCil, iado the work of a soldier, when jiewttuury called him to battle. To vote for Scottt is to vote for a soldier, iiUed and courageous in war, but either ."wholly aulcarned. or falsely biught in the t-cience. of cyU government; a man, whose opjftjaas are not fi tted to our condition, and whosf yApf would rob ua of domestic peace, it rout plunge intu s'.rife w;th for- eig&p&werwj-on account of matters, i,u which his peculiarly military education would Wad ;birn-Mtraj',.r;'r,:, ' Janeuil Hall IJejcction Meeting- ' Thiftgreat-meeting-eHme off on the even 4ng of July 7th. - The New York Heiald - 'cou tains'" an accusant of the proceixlings, in gating the Boston .Whigs had acoisy The .resolutions glorified, Paniel Webster Xeyjr extensively, stud wound up with a reso lution t raise a committee to draft an 'ad -dress te Hhe friends of Mr. Webster in all tht States, inviting co-operation, and urg Ifig aTKalibhaT Convention to be assembled, idbriiglout''!ffbsir;for the Presidency. tTb0 fulluiving is tke Scott reso'ulion adopt ed: , ,,,,. '. 'JZeiolvtcL Vfhat the Whim of Mnssaehu- WiS"'Tiave "received the announcement of Uen6rItS66ta aotatntuion with deep cha-! jftfii jutf duutppoiutiaeitt; and that as a party i JTf,feeCW)lve4 tfom all obligation to sup port his;ioftinfttipni tfealrio consideration of expediency Br i ef , tie imagined interests of the party sIirK make xs swerve from pur fix ed determination tp oppose his election by eery -lawful- measure in our power and that mpursuanee of this purpose, we will Unit Wilfi ill" good men of our party, and pf th.tiffvfer parties of the country, in taking meastwesttf place in nomination the greatest Of America a,son next to the Waahinton.i.ji.:" :. ' . immortal -'A, NiV.Tlireshing Machine. Mr. Palmer, of North Carolina, has inven- A1 a n t ii. rill'i.an 111 1 r niiiohmu ti.t.ion iL .vnr v j. n i.v" .iiimmH .uub.in.. i.iiitii la uisiv -v , ,. .. , Wtt sxlubttwn 4n ..3ew York... 'I he editor of. it threshed out wth perfect cleanness cv'-i wy kernel, so far aa we could see, of every graiu'puuima it, icom the tiny timothy seed to the Long Island, wliOati, and we Beeper - ie5tlX wWtliHt it is 11 st machine of the kind we have ever seen. We aTe as su,re4 that With fonr ' men to feed. the .Jfo. 1, Joulile jjwhihe r it ..caij take on,e hundred cfu4oW uf .vheai in the morm'ng, lying in the sheaf. pas ii Uirough the thresher, sep arate liyery-Jitirntjl from the straw, .winnow, c4eanru(r put into bags 1,500 bushels be fore sunset. ' Telmantepeo-i. The Finale. ' .Tbtf controversy between Mexico, and the TJailjed States kbout the transit route across TewstepeV ha probably been ended on papej, , Jh,c Mexicaji minister at Washing ton has closed the correspondence on his side bp saying, he had no proposition to make The tJnited Stades; Government closed the matter by four points, vizr that the Un'i,ted States has a right, under National courtesy, to transit for peaceful purposes .that the Mexican G6vern.rn.ent and citizens, wjll not open tfcetoute themselves; that the United Slates Will no allow any foreign nation to eontifoJf tlie eraivsi'tsj-i-that this Government wil 501 ne iodifl;crent to reclamation of ;iti teai itnder the jrant to Gbat. Pisos Bhownloit in Favor. To show that the Administration at Washington ap proves his course, Parson B,rownlow writes the annexed little notice; ("We have been kindly and respectfully notified this week; by Mr. Webster, Secre tary of State, that onr paper is selected for publishing the Orders, Resolutions, 1 and Laws, passed, during the 1st Session of the S2d Congress, and also all public Treaties entered 4nt . aiyl ratified by the United States." . i ... J'Well, Joe, wbatdo you think of the chance' of the election of Pierce?" asked one Democrat of another, vtfuint," was the laconic reply .-t(mu. Jqurnal. Well, Pete, what do you think of Scott's exploits as , dieU i, asked one Whig of The at ease of indolence is related in one of ouf Aehanesi t is that of a rnan (tamed John Hole, who was so ia$y tliat, when writing h.is name he simply used the letter i, wad then punched; ft h.qfa through jtSTThe Lexington uSamaw says Hon. Kpraim H. Foster, late U. ti. froin Tennes ee, a recent eajididate for Governor of that State, and one of thy most prominent and ealous Whigs of the South, has declared himself for PiBROpiind ICiom BwAhf, 4r"tH ' ffAdfiLTwitchell Mogridge'ireview of the St Louis Market for last week, advises their readers not to take the notes of ''Farmers' and Merchants Bank, of Quincy," Jlt.i asthfre is no telling hoi long'it 'hav' a being. . ".,. XyHon.., John Brick, a distinguisne4 jifkkjn. tlje VVhig temple, in New Jersey, has tumbled from theedifice upon the soup bowls, and stands right end up on the Demr pcrauu ptittform. ' jrMr. Dow4reuMf4hJ, rictims qn the ii'y t'uy, wa the celebrated agricul tarist writer, and the superintendent of pub Jie ifrMun Wish ingtqn.. , . . i''. iimi - ,f . fc ; ,i r .i s1 irfutitul &JTarmcr CHAELES N. ALLEN. EUiWH AM t'KUliilElVR. -,- : , . : Tuuta or iBscaitTiax. ; ' ue klvllHi ainl liny cents in Ivince, oi t..u.ill.ir ilurin Uietur, TLi rule will be uicllv milirtil to. Any )Mtnuti iioarin five rrtptuicible tatcci- kert ia it Suiuintl. will tk mliik-U la co) lor Vieanun leas ill iM t!iu,lree. x TCRMB OP APVEBTTBIXO, vii uliole rt'ium:i, (one t-utj . Q5,00 l.rtlf ruli iuu, (om tmi) ... 15,1)0 " iiirlei, (ie jer.rl - . 10.00 I Fuf 13 Inm, or leit, (three ineriiirn) . 1,10 iij i iin iiitcriii.n; 30 Kor iicb nj ili tioii nl Suteriion, - . . 2j 1IVS1XKSB CARDS, F01 I3)iiit't, or luia, (one )vmr) - . . $3,00 (iix luuiitlm) ... 2,00 KATES OF POSTAGE. (IN LITTkHH. I( p'iSil in iidvHiice. cemi. U httt jiiU in nth unci , . 5 cvuis. 41N wnKur N.tvrrrKia. To nil tntlicriicra iu th cihiiiU wliere pulilislittl, KKKK. ' Moie lhn 50 niilit Oiilnnt, 5 eta. por Qutir. 0r :"0, uii.l Hiiile; joo iiiiks, H do Ovrr . ' ml umlur (.OHO, I Over l OOOiiiitl uHiler'j.OOO, iiO clu AtEt'iiU for I hi' XriiliiK'l. Tlir I'.lliiwiiiK miuieil geinleiiH'ii nre our 1111 iKnrucil aiii'iiia in reueivi? 8iiliviriitiolin. mlver lUtiiii iitf, mill Jnli Vurk. All couUiivia uiudi; hy tin will I'.; mrictly lulfilkil h) ua: KneHiri--JuiK'jili Allen. WiHiielielil -A. 4 Scliri-iber. V rsi lien n r 1 W hi . J;'r 111 i 11 g . Kriiiikliu lr. V.. Cmiiiwiiy. liuiiili ) Jiiruli (iiIhIiiiII .Sl.i.rl rr'i-h-vA.i lloluii'u. "lin k Jiini' HiiMclaml. Ailini- Dr. 'riiiiiuai I'liiilli y (n-eii Juliii Wilkin. lieriniin John llruwii. Nnnli A. K. Cioskoy. Monric Unity H. Ilellrr. THE NATIONAL HOUSE. " I ''IIF. uiiilereigncil would redpeelful 1 ly mini mice to l.isulil Hirlidn an. I, W1uvn anil tin. tnivtllitii! pnlilio ill 4,iiernl, tluit hr has ii;:i in i.'iltin pnxHrw.ii. n ,,' liji Old 'I'iivitii Slnnil in "ml iz. (tli National I loud..) niu h, ui, ri. wes; (if ill v I'vihlie lliiil(iiiig!, wlierc lie in cm!, tu ac coiiunoiliitc all wliu may plente tn itivor liitn with a vii II in the heat milliner II. at he can, N o pains will he apateil to niakn liia irui-uts luimfii rialiln 'I'iiaiikliil h r past fa vim while encased in the hnliicHH. In. hopcB tn merii and iiguin re reive a liberal share nf (jjililio piitriniaaru. aa l,e intenda In ilevi.K; Ilia whole lime anil iiMeniinn tn that object. 'IIIOS. C. VINCKNT, April2J. iHa'i y Owner; ami IVnnrietnr. 11 KA I) Y .l A UK CLO I'HINu A hemitTTTi iswirtnii'tit. eoliHislil.i' ol every vurietv. u the new an I cheap atoie nl marl? JOHN McCORMlCk. CII.UI'IJS, Casoiiiierea mid Vtsiinitit. It you J want snniethins; handsome anil clictip call til the new mid u .eap aloru of n:i r 17 JOHN JVleCOR MICK. C'I'"AW y"1'1 Ikiiiiii ts nLifilais iii treiu (IjViiriet). A linndminio Uoniiet lie low aa 50 c, nti, at the new niid cheap more of marl 7 J OH N MeCOKM I C k'. k JONSKf i KI,U,VlT:(iT. unolSTrToweTg Uaini i,tninsa. inii anil examine, as they tiro 11. ciilclly handsome at (lie new i-lore nf mm I JOHN McCOKMICK DIlliBS ;OODsi. Rich liiocade, t.'miieleoii, laiiesninjj, Mationa anillJru du Rhine Silks; i,5.iiieialdni., iiia.zeB, Uiaizu du Lniiiii, Mualia iainen, nine am?, i.ttwiin, rrmts, etc., tic. . . . , r of wtiiiulliuiK nice cull nl the c hfiin store ot ,ti7 JOHN MotXiRMlCK .nniT"v'ivkT., txI.iLW SiOtlliS. r I IIIO suhbciilicr iinvlni; purclni8ud of the hit '' - - "opiieior, ti. M. siuuit, hi tjntiro interea j tr,,uK;M praulicnl experience in the business, and ia now doiiiL'all in tiia power to lit up ami put in good working tumliiibn tli! entire mauliincry ol the cMlaljIi.sliini nl ficilii; tbiia prejittred.liu will keep ui.nsii iitly mi hand Cooking otovea of all the WAYM." iiauuriia, 1'ilrlur mid Bug Siovna, l''ancy Krnnta, Franklin eutvesnud Gtuteaof all sizeo. HOLLOW WAZIS, I'low Caatinsa ol nearly every pattern. Waffle IroiiB lor atovee, Fenciin lor Graves and Fronts inr Uiiuuch, I'low I'ointa, Mulliii l'ans, ti new ar ticle, and Chimney TnpB, A,c, Orders lor any ihiiiij in the above line thank fully received a id promptly filled 011 the shortest notice. Old Metal taken in exchange for new'tu ita hi;liet eaah prices. UAVllJ POOL. aplMy'51 Hoots and Shoes, l.MATUEU, &C. anliaciiher, very thankhil for past favors would refpectlnlly inform his uld cnatoiner and the finblio neneially, that lie lira now on liand'ii limn aiilendid a.-snnmnil ol I.OO I S und S1IOHS, SOI.K and UrTKK I. K AT H Kit Cll dkins, Morocco Lining unil Itindinx, Suins, NaUd, 1'hread, mid almost every ur:iclein Ida line, AIho LndieB and Centleiuen'a gmu Over rihoes, Men's linlliih. Over Shoes, all of n superior atjle, and will he sold on very. moderate profit for cuah, bideK. or almost any kind ol iiiercl.aiitable I'ro 'luce. SAMUEL SLL'MiMONS. ii . It. Persons knowne themselves indebted either by Nolo o: Hook uccouiii, of n lonx stand inil. will plens cull mid rrttle up, m abort et li'iueHta inakt. Ion-,' liieniU, and in an me puae uve cmn. iiinrlo-ly 1 S. S. ' Presh Goods by Express. S. & H. McPADDEN, HAVH rocelved in a lew daya from 1'liihidel-, pbia, by expnwa. lupieceaul Paucy lnwn; III! Itrnwn Lawn; Hlank I .awn; Fancy lierrae; Ulnk T'aauu; Fancy Tiacrie: '" f Chimz Grnnnile ; Fancy prints; . . , Fantnlonii SinT: I U 1 4 4 ,30 III ill III do i fill do In do f OOZ J.IIIPH Coate, tu. ' The most of ihone kooiIb can nnd will be sold 33 per cent, lower tbmi Spring aalea. ON band at ai; lieab Grncetu a, limes ti fusi-riite mippl) of warranted by jnty WOCDiiml SMITH. NOTICK ia beruby itiven that the following; -coun bn been filed in the (probata cour ol llarrisoii county, Ohio, to altk)iiieiit : "Id fiiii'l neeoiiitt of Stewart Aiild ua nilmin iateillor of tllu esilila of JeiHium Connel. l.j' .. Anil ihat the ime will b examined anil pne ad nyoii hy the underfigntd on Tuesday the 3d day ofAuKiiat next, ' ulv7. H. W. VKIUS Probate Jiiiltfc. PROTECTION j s v it aj c '.'OOMPXYi' mtv ' OF HAETF0ED.3 Tie iinitcreivtned, Afrent for this old nnd 'ret ponsible nflii-B, ia alwaj a prepared to issue I'oli cira, uivin iipirovwl naka, on favorable terms. B. W. I'HILLU'S.AgomforOinliinnil Hnrri son e.mnty. . " . J line 1!. 1852 French Burr Mill Stones THE auhsciiher will aril at bit mill In George town. Harrison county, Ohio, one, wo or thrifl yuoit French Burr Mill Stones, three and hull ht in ma meter. These rmrra are of the very heat q mlity, and those wishing to piiroliii.se will nun inia u eoou opportunity ol securing a bur (tiiin. JOliN I1EIIKULLVG. (juurgelown, O.juno 30, li51. 4t ' - DISSOLTJTIOIS.' riAJIB pamrinbif. ketru.fuar cxiaiiu t Nil "! I Milukm Uautu. m tl.W uav Uiaaalietl by mutual cofiaenl. M aeeoaiits iU ba ae titled by cither of the firta until luither in.iire, bikI m w reanxioi to have our ACCOUNTS ON BOOK AkTTLKH, we wiah ONK AND ALL 10 cadi aaounud cloae their aocouma, c-ither by toieQieaih. . AflI.L.1 ft I ra, Cailii, April I.ISol' , T. U. UKIMK3. N. U. We rmvt on baml tet ouo ol K , 0 Duan k. Co' a. bt-vt aitcl hack Grnaa u ml Grain ecytbea, wbicb will b mid tot coal or Jlaaa limn bm. iuaHiwwa)Kiin can aouN. mn 25 . M. i U ill. COMECTlO.AH.Y k y.iRlKTY STORE. orroaiTH th NKLic auiLuiNca. MRS. LI V I.N K res(Kcllull) il.l.irni.i her frieiitla that abe haa opened out in the buihtilnj i.irtcily uppooite the r'ublic KiiildiuKa, wliereatie oueia Inr ante 11 lirn hi. it well aeleele.1 iiamirt lueul of COSffKCriOX.HilKS, 4to. UuiuDi; which may bg lound the following;: Common nnd Inticy Ciindiei of all kiuda Aliiiouila, Itaiilus. Filbera and Kigaj t'reaui and I'ea Nuts; Sucnr, SimIh, Butter mid Water Cmckera; t heese, Cundles and Soap; , 1 innaaion. in tha balk 11111I ground; I'rppei, iini;er. A If pice und Stniih; Mrs. .Miller's Nectarine Kine Cut C'liawin; Toh'.'Kcco. an cx.-ellcnt unicle; i:i:ms nnd Tobacco of nil kilnll; Teas, lirown nnd Crushed biit'ar; Amoiteil I'i. kles and I'epp.T Suuce; Comba of every ileacriptiun; I'en Knives 01 all kiuda; Kye frotectora anil tiovglca; Viiiling Cmda and Kuvelopea; Watch Chums, Keys mid Guarda; A 6ne lot of Coiiiiiiuii Jewelry; To)aol all (lucriiiliona, J7-Asb inn lets 10 sell cheap, aha hopes Iter nienda and the public geneinlly will (avor lier wild their pturonusre. (j-Country Coiiieciioiinrica can be supplied at my establishment oil 'be very beat terms. . 111urlO.lv M. DIVINB. NEWlIo7)DS!rNE 'Vlio Clioap Corner in tlio Field! Sl'LENDlD STOCK OF Spring and Summer Goods ! JAS.STEWaA.HT, I 1 ASjual received In. in the C ities, nnd is now opeuintt one of the moat fiia hionable und cheapest lot ol Goods everollere to the citizens of Cadiz and vicinity, which ha bee i careful ly aeiected and purchased lit t . lowest ens., prices. Ilia atock consist! of C'lotli, Miliuells A; l'aiiin'ifs Of all colors, pri. es and qualiiii a. fur Sprint; and Smaiiicr wear; silk nnd linen mpliiia, ber eges, ftlous-de-lniiiea. Lawns, Gini;hutiia. prill I and ealicues Kuglish, Flench and Ax.3rinn, which tue of the .litest stales, best materii Is anil will be sold to cusioinei) ut the lowest 'i: Brown and Bleached Muslins or aUuctiug, cnainir, etc. Also plain und li,' ured awiss muslins ; bonnets, Kiblmns and llow ers; busier', sbuwla, etc., ol all kinds, colors, qualities and prices, and nil other iiili'ilca usu ully lunuit in it dry son. Is store. TO THIS LADIES. The Ladies will find in his assortment evi rj article nl the best mid latest stales, selected i r pressly lor them, und 10 which incir especial at tention ia invited. Kverj body will find just tha articles they wan: and at pi ices suited to the limes, therefore, wo rospecttiilly solicit the attention ol .everybody to the bargains he is now prepare.! to oiler. Lemeiuber the place mM iier ol Alain and i'leu benville streets. Cad iz, Ohio. April -IS, I Sf5 i ll'2 ' ; 1 8toCk of Keadj r Mmle Clothina.lal may!!). SUOTWELJj &. CIJAD 3. RIBBONS, Luces nnd Fiiics. at may 19. SUOTWrXL 4;. CU.tBIVS. BONNETS mnl Cape May Hats, 11 beautiful article nnti very cheap, ut may 19. eSUOTWl'.LL & CRABB'iS. BliOWN ar:d DIeaclied Muslins, vjry low, at may le. SHOT VV KLL .V t '.ItA UltV-. Ijf AR.-VSOLniid Uiiihrclltis, good, at thecitsl! slum ol MllOTWKLL" A. CIIAIIB'S. ajltlNTS of various qualities. iro:u ti f-4 to JL 12 I -- cents er yard, atthu cash store of may'i:), 8UOTVELL Ac. I KAlilJ'd. LADIKS' Shoos, Gaitors, half aitora, buskin tics, of bcautilul styles, ut may 1"J. bllO TW ISLL CItAUli'S. AitTIFICIALS, a most supcrbaiti.:le,tit the cash stare of may 19. STIOTWDLL &, CR ABB'S'. SU.-VOWbN. I . UKIKSHIIK (ow i; v roisKVTiii:. ATTOUiNJiYs A T LAW ANU SULIC1TOU.S IN CHANCKltY. CADIZ, OHIO. HAVING formed n ptirtuerslup m thfl prac tice of their piolisjion, will promptly ut len.l to the business; entrusted to their rare. OFF1CK linniedii.'.'lv opposite tlm iMann'i.n Iliut'O. ap!l5"2-ly Fresh Drugs , nrtTiR e..Kar.r.l.(i f id rtininutmr lit JL stuck of Sprint; n nil Siiniriicr uruzs, wlncli Iiiivk all b en sclccicd by bliusnlf iu the Eastern cities, r.ml is much the lunresi iissi rniienl of the kind ever brought to this nin'iret ; nnd in po ut i,.i ipimiiy, price, eic, win -oiiipnre wiin miy ?tock ill the country. Hu will sell us low ns nny o tl.blishlneilt west of Urn muuntaina li.r ensb or approved country produce. Persona wishing to purchase any nrtiolo in the ISooli ot Drug Line, woii lit do well to cull and examine hi stuck be fore purchasing; elsewhere. Ciuliz, May iy, 'IB52. J . IIEA I,.. Administrator's Notice. NO'ril.'R ia horehv iilvRil lllltt lln. R.ilianrihAp baa been duly nppi inted nnd qualified is ud iiiinistrator on the natnte ol Mury r-he;irer, ile- Qeustii, late ol fiarrisnii cnuuiy , uiuo . iAML'ia SUHAKKil, A Jin. Scott, 'e tiintrjiiim, Ait'ys. jime 23, lrj.r2. n 3()-3t DRUGS AND MEDICINES. iati citsoN ;o., Xo. 33 Monroe Street, Wheeling, F, KF.KP.S coiiBtiuilly on hand h latere supply of Madder, Jndiito, Logwood, Copperas. Vomtiali Iteil, Green und Yellow Chronica; Red Lend.hpauish Brown, Blue Vitriol, Whitu Lead, VMiiiing, itlmrge. Varnish, . 'iVpeiuine, Lin seed Oil, Paint Brushes, Wbite-wiiah Bjushes, Sash Touls, &c. Sub. Curb. Soda, Salerniua, Cream" TBrtnf4, Kpsoin imd Glauber Salts. JNHlnieifs. Clovea, Gin ger, Ma;e, Peuper. Alapice. Cinnamon, Liquo-rii-e, Mediciiiul Wines, ttml Liipiora, Perfumory and Fancy Articles. . , They me Aneiita for Stllera' Celebrated Met!- urines, vimjn oyinp, l ine, nnU Veriiuliijte, lit rropnciora j)ncea-TaiBO lor uil the fopular Medivinea. , . .- - . t - t , All ol which, will be sold at (he lowest prices. Wheeling, June 2, 1852 ly : ; ; ? BEYIMT3II HOUSE. BTH JOHN. I'. WALKIiltT. ') Mum Street, one qure North of the Suspen sion Bridge, Wheeling, Va. J "". 'PHH IIOIJSK lMis been thoroughly rc-rltied X and supplied with new lurnitiire throii?h- oul, Citizens of Ilprnson Cniiniv vUitinn Wheeling will find a Ithia house every conve nience necessurr to their comlort. ' ' Tho Best ot Fare and Low Bills. There is also connected with the house n hinrn nnd oornmodious IV lie, 0 Vlfrd. and nn ex cellent Stable, nearly ntw. iVt-The Kuainrn and Western Btaitea call rit ibis house every day for ptisscngcie. .pine ,!), ly ' ' DR. L. V00RHIES, , Botanic Physician, RF.riPECTFU LLY tenders his pro fessionnl services to the citizens of Cndii and vicinity; bavins; been eiiKuged in an exiemive prncticeJ lor several veare. he flatters himself, thin ifaucoeaaund atrict attention to business, 'wiff eciire the confidence of the public, he will ro ceive a liberal share of paironaes. PaIITICULAR intention given to the treat ment of C'hronio cliaeneea. ' Office nn IVJain St., opHsite Benll'a Drug Store. Residence at Vin cent's Nalicnul House, ut one of the above pla ces lie onn be found ut all hours, when not jiro fessionnlly engaged, . , ,; , (. . .,. ' June a aa ANARV IsLLD A fresh urliula fnr mn ... chenp by may 19 j J. UEALL. -4 to "t of I . r.-. In IK. i I. Vf J K 11 iLiillToN, St. (, tn Ibrrti " I ' Hm t Om r .ir-t lout t UW 14,1m T f , .-yttrKt of luinv ll. - ' ' ! ' " Another Scientific Wonder! GREAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! Ob. J. S. HOUGHTON'S THE THUJ4 - DIGESTIVE FLUID, OK, ;.STlir JIICE. I3RKPAREO fiom REJiMT. r the fcrA . Slamack of tlit OX. after directions of Bjron t.iKsio, il. e grent rliysiolnic4tl Chemist, ty J. fc IIouuuton, M. U.. Philadelphia, Pa.. This is a truly wuuilertul remedy lor Indiesilim, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Comi.lailit. Coiuti patiou, mid Debility. Curing nfier Nuiiire'a own inetnon, oy nature's uwu agent, the uiu tric Juice tT Hall u lenspnoiifulof Pkfsin iiifuaeil in water, will digest or dissolve Five Pounds of Rous Beet in about two hoiiia, out of tlie titumaclt! PI'P-SIN is the rhief element, or Great Diiresl ing Principle of the Gastric ,uicr the olven of die Food, the Puril)iiitr. Pieservinir. and Stiuiu latinir Aireutul the Btoiiiacb nnd Inteaiiiies. It ixtrncied from the Disestive Stom.uh of the Ox. t iub lorming un Artilioial Dijces'ive Fluid, pre, ciuly like the Natural Gastric Juice in its Chein ical powers, und furnish ini: n cumplrie und per' fee : subsiitiite lor it. By the aid ol this prcpnru-' lion die pains mnl evils of ludicstioii mid 1J e pepcia uic removed, jus: as they would be by u heal'hy Stomach. It is iloiu wonders for Dys peptics, curing: cuses of Debility, Emaciutiuii, voMeus Decline, mid Dyspeptic Coio-iimpiioii upposed to boon die verse of ihe rrrave. The St ienlilio F.videnee upon which it is based, is in ihe highest lie ree Curious and Keiunikuble. SCTKNTIFIC KVIDENCE. uaron LiKBiu.iii hiscelehruted wcr on Aniuyi Chemistry, Buys. "An Ariiueial Dicestive fluid mmlagous to the Gastric J uice, mCfr te readily prepared from the mucous luembrat eof the Htma- ucli tl the Ox, in which various fables o f Do t, as iiieiutir.il esrsjs, will oesolteiitd clmiifc.l.iKii. digt'sted, i n fit in the same manner as they rrjjld be in the Iluinnu Stoma. :h.'' 1)k, Comuk. in bis valu iblo writinirs on the "Physiology of Digestion," observes that "a diminution of the due quantiiy of the Gastric Juice is a prominent anil ttli-pieviiilin ctiuse ol Dyspepsia uinl he states tbat "a distinguished professor of medicine iu London, w ho wasseverelt afflicted with this complaint, liinling everything else to lail, bad recourse to the Gustii.- J nine .ob tained from the stuuiarbs of living auiuials. which proved completely successful." Dr. Graham, author of the famous work upon 'Vegetable Diet,'' sins: It i. u remarkable fuel in Physiology, (but the Istumaclie ol iiniiaals. macerated in water, impart to the fluid ihe proper ty of dissolving various u nicies uf mod. and o cUecting a kind of Artificial Digesiiou of them in ho wise different fiom the iiaiuiul tlcgcsiiv process." , . Q-Call on tlie Agent, and get u Di aeriptive Ciicnlar, (gratis,) giving u largo amount ol Sci- entitle bviileuce, similar to ibo noovo, lute hei wiih reoorls of Heuunkablo Cures, from al iiurts of the United Suites. AS A DltSl'liPSIA CUREI!,' Da. Houghton's Pwsin has iirodiiced the moil marvelous ullecis.in cutiiig case of Debilin . Kuia- ciatinii. Nervous Decline, and Dvspeptic Consuaip- ueii. : ii iiupussi 'no 10 give inu uctiliis ol eases within lln: limits ol this iidvortiseiiieni j but au ihenticutcd Cerliuciiles luivo been given of more than Two Hundred Kemmkablu Cures, iu Phiia- Ucliihia, IMcw JforKnnU Uostoii a ou.i.. These wcie nearly nil desperate cases, iind t iB cures were not only rnnid and wonderlul. but pi.imiuieiit It is it great nervous Antidote, and iiartiiuliirlv iiselul to toiiduiwy to liillioua Disorder , Liiei Compliiinl, Fever nnd Aguct or budly treated Fe ver ami Ague, mnl the evil effects of tluiniii ;. filer- cury and other drugs upon the Digcsiive Oriians. alter a long sicliness. Alan, lor ex.-ess in eatiiig lid Ihe too free use of anient snirits. Ituhuusi reeuuuiles tionlib with IriteiiipetulH c ! . Du. Houghton's Pki-sin is sold by nitrlral tlir dealers in ti e Dings and ooinilnr Multeities. ihrotighoul the Cnitid hiates. It is prepared in rowuur aiiuin .riui.l lenu and in 1 icscnptiuii Vials for the use ol I'liysiemriSk " fiivute Circulars lor tlie use of Phvmciana.ninv be obtained ol Dr. Houghton or Ins Aireiiu. de- sciiDing the whole' process of prep..iiitioii,aml giving ihe authorities upon wtdclr ihe eluitna i which this ne-.v remedy are ibnocd. It is not n Secret liciuetly , no objections can be raised uguinsi it by l'bjsiciaiis iu respectably staniling and reg ular practice. Price Otu? Ilollm- t,er Bottle. . Kr OBSKRVB -TIII.S1 Kvcry bottle of t,,e GtiJ'iUljVti WiMWbiairi) the Written Higrta tureoii. S. UODOUTON, P D., Sole Propri etor, Philadelphia. Pa.' Copy-right ,iiiid Tinde Mark Bccured. hold by nil druggists mid Dcal cri iu Medicines, ;- ' ' AiitiN-rs John Bcnll, Cadiz ifeiiing & Melvin. Steubenvillu, Obioj PtiitCMon ic Cd.," Wheeling Virginia. - ' ,nr -M ly HARLEM SPRINGS, , Carroll county, Ohio. f I THE Subscriber having purcliased Harlem B Soririirs. has ercrle.l n l.rw h.,,'l,l;., u,l placed the premises .in complete , repair? He ii iuuro .iiniBeji iuai nui win Be anie to irivir en tiro saiisliiotioii to nil who iinty pay the Springs it visit. . ... ...... An hydropathic Pliysieians has been einpley cil, iind every facility will be furnished for pur suing the cold water treatment for the cine of diseases. But oati ma will beui liberti. ... o.l... such uiedicrjj udvices as they preler. - Dimming aim iiieillcal iitienilanci! on rcasun able terms . j ' ' 1-50 1'fi's.oiisj. iifin Jm; Ac'iiiiiiiolaltil at lln: DstiililKliiiii'iii mnl as miiny more at the itdjniniiig village e Harlem,; The sirings are silualeil in Carro county, -Z6 miles from Sttubeuville, 'Ml frnmC'nii ton, li from Ctirroliton und 1 1 Irom :ulinuvillu )eiot on the Cleveltind flint Piiisburgii Uai. Road. Hiiclrs uill hu r..i. I,...,.,, .1... mill most ol thesr. poima during ibe eiiuniiur. springs win do upon lor the reception or vuuiers on the first of May . . JOHN I1ILBERT, rroprioior. April 23. 1852 3mo2 ' . i WM.IIOPO. , JOHN HOOO. T. J. SKUW TriifliiiigiiHder Uic Finn ut William Hogg Co. WTTTE have receivcrl our entire Spring stock Vf ot Ftiney nnd . Staple Dry Goods, from New York,' VhjhdclphiH ,iind BuMmore, ma mnking not th sma-Jlkst StocA w 'town, which has been selected Willi strict reference to the wants of this community, und herewith inform tbe public thut we cannot and will not be un dersold by nny establishment in this or the ad joining counties, hoi executing those that pro fess to sell lit stipulated profits tn A select few. Ve leqnest it close, strict and impartial exiim iiiniioii of our stock and prioes,, .The, cbick is large und must be sold ' may5 ' . "' "''Vflf. IIOGfi & CO,'' A. O. ZANE, com n ism i on" m? kciiant k . , .i i ! so tiii: eM.s of LEAF TOBACCO,' PRODUCE, kC, i UGW 'STREET, WHARF, , fcb25-6m , . , . ; Kaiilmore, ,114. LEWIS LEW TON ATTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 1 AND SOLICITOR IN! CtlANODRy, i WILL PRACTICE in Harrison und the rid joining counties. Cnllectiona, the, busi neaa of Executors und Administrators, Guardians and Wards, Petitions for Partition, settlement of Eatatec, ami all other business entrusted to his nrc,8 will receive his promptattention. . Office in the old stand, opposite Barrett's Hotel. ocuB-lr i'.ltii. v'Jiii CASH FOR HIDES & SKLVS IllE siibsoribors will pay cub ft.r Hides and Skins at the old stand , of Slemiiions und -George, in Cudiz. .They hnve, un I intend keeping constantly on hand all kinds of . Leather and tSklns, which they will sell low for cash, Hides und Skins, or good bark. ' iBjtrlf)-3aio ,,f,t : GEORGE & MOREY. '! i,i ! nr '; i r I take pleasure in commending tha above firm to the public us ill, boat of Mechanics. ninJ us having tbe best of" lock on hand, und also ui fair dealing meil.i Respectfully, .V'.l'l ,!! -''SLEMMdNS.1 :r iny .'!.. ' 'i .1 IS? 'CW atrfTtlrmrtH Crrrylxict y Hnttf 7 U.-Rr IttDWAVS ItCADV ItlXILF la the tint mm I aMily rrateilT eter rueorded ia 'the Motlicul History of the World Unit ha t lop ped the moat violent pains iu but a lew , . ' ;- ' awuuiitia. . t ITwiltaTor TUB MOST MCVFKK PAI.XS In a le minutes ami cure ibe laoet obstinate aud touiM-nLiiig ttheaiaulic, Neuialgie - Jisl .NerTOua oonipiaiNia IN A FW HOURS, . - ' I ii tern t I una L'llerual it kill iTor THE MOST KXCRHCATIG-PIN. in raoit Tiian to rivs minutuI ' Rheumntisui, In Four Hours. Nearalgia -t loll p. Diarrhoea, 'loolh-uche, i. Spasms, Cramps, t-:k llead-aclie, -t hill Fever, hillhlaina, ' ' ' Sole Throat, ; Iu One Hour. Ill 'Pell MitlutM In Fifteen M uuief. In Oihi tec Bd. In Five Miiiuu-i. Iu Five Minutes. ' Iu FiliecM Aliuutra. In Fifteen Minutea. In Fiie Minutes. In Four Hours. In One Hour. lulluiiiia, PINALCOMI'LXlNTS.StiffJoina.Strnins, kj Bruises, I ills, Wounds, riofl Biles, Cholera Morbus( l)y niery , Tic Dili. rt ux , ami nil uiber coiuplaiiils where there it severe pHins, HAIL VA i"S READ1' AKLliiF will iusuintiy atop ,;be pitiii an. i iiuicklv cure the diseiuse. ' The Human Frame ia the most pet feet piece of oicchmiiBiu in Hie universe, fc-vcry artery, uius. cle, ligament and bone, exhibita in its formniioii the wisdom of the Deity. Every joint and sinew works harmoniously with each other, und upou the natural perioniiume ol every function ile- penils the lu-allnl l notion of the whole. Pain disorgiiu:ze9 the whole system, it proa tratei the nerves, it relaxes the u.usclef, it weak ens lie joints, it interferes with the functions ol every organ, it checks Hie free ami licu-liliy . ir on bit ion ol' the Idood , it paralises the absorbents, mnl reiidcis them unable to lake np and replete tho wiislod form with n.iiuil material. Fertile very moment that Ibis teauiilnl masterpiecs o God bccnuies afflicted with I'll in, the influence is experience throughout the whole system, no mailer in what paittciilar locality the pain may originate; whether in Ihe head, the feet, ihe back, the knei-joiiits, the elbows, the teeth. ..,.....,.! .i.,n ....,i. n, :.,.n ,.ii..fn,.i ;..;..ri .,:ll 'n,- w,.,L.u it. i., ibroiiirbont everv nortion of ihe buu.an svstem. ..... ... eZTwv 'u8,r""ni ntliier.ee. liNS'l'ANT RELIEF, from Pain is the great ilisiileiaium of every indi vidual who sutlers its tortures, lio matter bow light or severe i's pnryoxisms maybe. No one can leel happy wUile sullering its torments. R ADWAYVS ILEA I) V RELIEF W A FhUV SKCOA'Uil. WII.UiSTor TIIK HOST IIISTRKSSINO MINS, Its ellects '.ro like electricity it arrests t iiiofot distressing ptiugsiii a few seconds, its sno ing, neutrullzing and benlthful iiilluences thri tbio iir.h every ininille cell and membriiiie, li esmblishes the secretion of eveiy gland in the sytteiu,subiliiilig the luosl excruciating pitioxjriii j of nin, and impaiting strength and vitulity to every organ. r.uiiJi lAiisi . ' . Pain stopped liistaufly. Railway's Ready Iteliel pnsses-ses nn almost miraculous iiinttciice over theharp darting paims of pain ol this cruel coiiiplaim. In a few nun- iiies ihe pain-stricken suilercr experiences ihe .i..lr..i..f..l , , ..." i. i .. ot-illliiiiili p.:..?.. ...nig o. ..i; i Ul.i; llfllll., li nus cured ihoiisnndsof cases in ilu! ciVv of New Vnrlr ...inru ..I t i.m.i I.-., I I,., ... i.i . i . . "i"1" ... .'' ... ,.L..i ..... ...in.wt lo death's door. The eflucts uf the Ready 'lleliel ia to snip the pain immediately, to strengthen the nervous sj stem, und supply lln; m rves wiih ner vous energy mid vitality, tlie Usa nl which is me obie oaiite of nervous pains. ' : Du ur'i"niH I'tirlirr. i " Tbe moo'. Morplicne, Stiyohiiic, Acontiue, Hell. ddiina, Arnica nnd other iioisoiis, lire not only diini'eruus but cruel. Tho effect ol these poisons is not to cine the disease, or. lo remove from the system ihe pains, lint it is to iikadkn tliH. nerves, to wie ri h.n and STor the iimnius energy to rHAi.vsn theiiiuuiioiis of the nervous pyi-tctu, mil to oksthov sensation. It this oriictic coHtiiiuoil for any .length of limu, the pmie.itw21 not only wasle away, hut lie brain will bCXDl paralysed niid the intellect destroyed. RADWAY'S Ri'ADV RKLlliF'','" . Is nee lioifi Rforplonu ! ' Ami all other mnco'ic iiillueiice. . To the weak anil ptirillized neivoiis systeiu'il iiiipitits tins j stenii of ileath, and the pain is tn-oVKO 'by t!u healihy inllticnue whi.tli- Railway'! Ready lielie iinpuris ti tho nerver, instead, of the lifeless, sleepy and ptitnlysing effect which iAIorphene. and nil other preparations containing this poison, produces ou lh svsti ni.1" ,; ,, &ICK HEAD-ACHE. . Railway's Ketnly Relict wil latop lite mint dis tressing pains in 'i lew minutes, and pr ent re newed tutneks.' It will cleanse nnd sweeten ihe iioinaeli, and neiii ralizt the poisouoiis noiils oi tbe ay stem. All liov.'cl Ciimplainti', Diarrhoea. Blooi'y Flux, DytenU'ry, Chciera Morbus, Pain nil Discharges.' It relieves theii ost severe pains inn few minutes checks the; iiiost ilislressing discharges, and speedily reinove the : )3 ca : B,n,! ltll!lllllSIII.IM. i ii:; i . Pains Relieved in Five Minutes. Rndway'B Ready Relief will stop the severe ami excruciating imiiis of lil.ciimutism almost iiuiuediately. Persons lire liviiigin tin's city who, for iiiofiths where coinincd to their beds by lihcu ma tic pains, whoso bones were unsound: from top to toe. whose joints were distorted with painful swellings, that were 'relieved from till niiin in 1.5 minutes, by the ussn of Railway's Ready Relief This is truth, mid thousands in the eily i I New York, mid hundreds .if thousands in the Canted Stures,.ciin answer f.ir I lie tflith of tlii isi rtion '-ivo 'tli-nl tin i-ettilieiiteBol cuies we publish no long list of names to prove the effioi ty nf Rail way's Ready Reliel, for -the citizen so I almost every town in the Union, for ihe last four yen is. nave tcsleu it menisci vcs. - , CHILL FFJ'ER. Chills stopped in u few niinutes Pa Relieve I iist.'tully 1 , ; . ,. t, . i Radwny's Ready belief acts like a nil caset.of Chills und Fever. It breaks theohilla iminediately warms up und invigorates wiih health und strength every -riran and secretion ol tbe system. ;n; , AI.G fAHMS. . Whenever you feel why pain apply Rati vny Remlv Relief, it is sure lo lelieve you in few minutes. If you hiivo tmiiisiu the sjiomiich. In- lest lies. Liver, Kidneys, Bowels, Joints, or iu the Runes, Hallway's Ready Relief, taken inter nally or applied externally, will in a few minutes Uttop pain, and quickly remove its cause. rnoe 33 ami dv cents per Bottle, 1 -RADWAY & CO., Ffiliclpal Office, 16-2 Fulton St.' N. Y. .; i- . BEAUTY. "; Complexion richly tainted with the bloom o neaitii. With skin ai cure, nnd fair us pnriRn marble- Soft and sweet ns the fragrant rose - I eetb as sound ard white ns alabaster, - ' Breath ofsweetcut lragrnoce,aiid lips of coral tint. With flowing ringlets und glossy locks, Luxuriant tresses dancing 'gracefully o'er the swawn-like neck, , ,v -.p-..., ,-... -, No dark repulsive spots to mar the pleasing pio lure,- '-.! -i-tt.. -'" '1" ' '' ' Or to . cart dull, shadows o'er beauty's master-! piece. , ., ; . RADVvAY'S MF.DIJATED'SOAP ' ' Composed of the most delicious, rure and fragrn O extracts, oils, anil costly essences Ot flowertj roots, tree, and oriental plants; rriasessing woutirousvirtues o'er skin iliseases. i TO TH E COMPLEX I ON IT I M PA RTS M I C " ' !" " 1J - BEAUTY. v-"!t"'"1' '' " " By cleansing the skin from all eruptive matter, j .vinaea clean tne pores, givesaolion to the ca Inrios, , ,. , Vi t r. Ry which all poisonous humors are ejected And a healthy action to the skin restored. ! To tbo teeth it Jtives whiteness, and, prevent) da It makes ihe tkiu soft, sweet and smooth, Transforms; the - aiost repulsive and dis .' visage,'.. u , , ... . . . , To u clour and henuiifnl Complexion. " ' ' ' I .... RADWAY'8 CIRCASSIAN BALM. I 4 !l Imparts nutriment to the hair, t ( , .1 Makes it atrotig, ttlossy, rich and luxuriant, "" Cleanses the scnlp from dandruff, gives actio lo the hulns Fastens the hfilr upbri the (cDlabiJTorcesil to grow , ;., ., ;- ,.."!' . Like guann to a barren soil, it makes it rich anil -productive,-"--! V ' ; Toilresathe hair, anil make it siuo itli and glossy,, Strong und beautiful, &c. , - . i. Railway's CirBmsianBalsam ia the tie flu !'! '" IL-I mil, 4rfm.uu.jier uu.usi, , f (( , - RADWAY CO., Practical Cheroiatr. l. Pi i .co.i2.Ku ton street. N.y.i ) i "e No . 163t Fulton street. N, 7 Agents John Beall. Cadiz: W. Grimes i. Co. mnpolisj Mikeselli. Hoohler, Jefferson; Wert ', v. uutsholl, new Ituuileyi A. t!. Cruskey, ftew ' darketi fata U Con. Deersrille: 8. Henderson , Frunuiiu. -'" 1 , '.-" ' "fetSKfa.' Xittt! A . r.ia v.. .. ... ihiiui-i.. ..r.....t:.,Cuiiveyaiicii g. 4.o.,oii reiisoiiuble terms Carriage,"Wtgon and Bug-gy Kan - ' :" ufactory. - AARON FOR MAI te..kft br lk liberal palroiiage heieiulore eiiruiled iu bins, woe Id aaL-auiac lo the ciUtruaol tlarrieoa, anal ibe aO loimug counties, that he is bow beiwt prepared than ever to manufacture lo order FAMILY CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES, Bl'Q- GIFS, GIGS, bl'LRIES, AND WAGONS of all kiuda ami site, which he feel ronfideat cuaiKit be excelled by any other shop iu the Junutry. Having a atock of material that i rvally nn surpaaacd, ami baviuj a full knowledge ol" the business iu all iu bruacbea, be reaotlully aaka iboae who may want an) thing ia the above line, to give kioi a call. His shop iain the rear of Mr. Semmon BU. k Smiih shop, anil near. y opposite the CiidiVilutel where he auuy at el iiuiet tie found. ovtS-t. VulHMble I'll r m lor fStil. f IHE subacrilieis will aell at private sale 243 Tweeda, Jeaus aud other stutTa lor paHIa aia X acieiolnrairuieliiiid.lyint inagoodiieigh-''uto'e liadai A. F. MOORE'S buriinoil, tour miles iiortr.-weat of Cuilii, Ohio,! 'n fuel' b"v.B lbu goods which to see is wor on whii li ia a good brick dwelling home, a duu- ,n7 ,h alleulioii ol Ihe whole community . ble bain, a goo.l coal bunk, ami an txcellent Groceries, Quceuswure, Kossuth and Lamariina fruit orchard. The said Karu ia w II watered. "r!,w Oaaaimere Hats, 1 ucea. Edgings, lin with about one hundred und seventy ucict cleared ,"" eottolis, etc., ele. Cull und see before you ihereoii. and in a tilth a.uio ..f cuiiiv.,!,.,,. v,, nurcbine, and yon will find that I have udooled puni. ulars enquire ol tbe subscribera. livinax Cndii, or the owm ri. T. R. und S. Gilwore, re aiuin on me preiuiaes. SCO IT ft DltfGfl AM, Feb 1 1 - Rent F.state Agelitsf R. T. Brooks, 113. MAIN ST., WHEELING. VA., KEEPS consiaiitly on hand n large stuck n CON FECTION A RIES oi hiaown manulac li.re, which be can and will aell cimsrKa than any otbei establishment in the city. Fruita of all kiuda alwava on bund, us also a choice variety of Cakes suitable lor parties, Ac. He also manufactures Brooks1 Celebrrted Cough Canily." the best article now in use, la Coughs and Colds. Orders from a distnr.ee nre solicited, whicfc will be promptly attended to. oet'iiHv W. D. Motte, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, NO. 176, Market street. Wheeling, Virginia Meroha uts in Harrison and the adjoining counties wn. Id do well to call und examine his tuck In-line go nig Eusl lo purchase, oct 2i)-ly Real Estate AgenCV. CCOTTi BINGHAM,asRKALFjiTTK Aoknts M will give especial intention to buying and ' ol "eat Kaluie, Examinntion of Tides, ....i: i.. i.. -jo i.. I Cult,. July :id-1 ; JUS I A 11 SCOTT. JUIIN A. SINUIUM .Scot I y Kuisham, Ailoi-noyst iiikI 4'oiutfiloi. ut l.uw. AND SOLICITORS IN CIIANCERV, IlILI. n t tin. I to nil mailers entrusted to J w them, in tbe county uf tlairisun.aiid nil oiiiing comities. Oilice iu Ijingham's block, comer of Main and Marketsireets, .'adiz, Ohio, Cadis. July ail. IH.il. ly. , S.W. SUSTWICK. S. U. !': I'Alili. IIOSTH It U A IM.IT.ililf. Atton.eyii timt Couii.sellurt at Ltiic,tind So ficilorx in Vhnnrrry, Will practice in Harrison and the surrotindiiie Counties, flr All business entrusted lo t licit care will receive prompt mnl diligent attention : (Mice opposite ihe Mansion llnme. uiitrjti.lv John Knote, IO luiporicd and Domestic Saddlers' Hardware. ii , . , ""'" rimiiiiiigs. lucks Webs, Ho;, ftheen ,,,M iiloroceo okuis Patent and linniiieled Lea ther, Humes, Saddle-ireea, etc.. at ibe old stand, Wo. la.l, iilani si., Wheeling Va. ootl-ly 'I' 1 1 OKI 4i V vT'it a p W"Ml57 ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLHITOR I.N CHANCERY. (T Office 'wiui 9. II. .ShoUell, Esq. All busi ness intrusted .j his Car? will be promptly intend ml to. ; 438,- lynla WIISO.N HIMAKi.N JooM'll a ,nlo., IWIVOK Ml AltOft, . Attorney's and Councillors at Law, ANU SOLICITORS IN CI1ANCKKY, ' . CADIZ. OHIO, HAVING formed n pai uieialu'p in the practice ol their proleasion. will promptly intend lo iliL-husiiiesf entrusted to their cure. i.Hlic.e oppo ili' John lieall'a linn? Ploie. ocil5-ly WIS oll'er a very nice nssoiimeni of D,,., Gooi'lain every vaiiety, iiumely: Rroumie Figured and Plain, lllack unit Fane'- llaiiil .urcbiefs, Poland Silks, Silk 'I issues. I'laid Ar eiitines. Printed and Plain liattge, Harege dc mines, French Lawns.' Ginghams, etc.. nil to e hud very low for cash, -approved produce, m on short credits to good men. Mmri profits, talk little, du much, Inst sales and ijuiuk le turns," is our in. .lln, . y 5 w.vi, h)(;g & co. I T is an admitted truth ibat Hoia: A t'., nl. I -ways offers foiilv when sold nut.1 il ii. mi and largest slock of Men, nnd Hoys' wear to he had, an . a lutle less price than is generally sold lit.-... . ' may 5 WM. H6GG & CO. priiiioui.ee it mi trou ble to show goods, and therefore reipiesl the Indies, iniirr ed und single, to call unit ex iwiiinc their l.ea lil'ul stock ol Runnels, Itonnei Ribbons, mttl ihe largest and best ass.irtmen of Flowers ami Tubs in this town. wiih 4 tktzttu P:inivlM, fanny ut wlwuli an very mimi nice, in ho it; io he koIiI. tvlt.vc.- l tr. it...;,,..., 'i'.: u.ii. lv .... ' . .imiiiiim, .-.nil rriiigeanii 1. ices, Needle wurk of every variety. mijo jA,iii:i h. nn mm uen, "KALKR iu nil ihe most popular fvnvcla nnd I Maguaiiies of ihe day, Siationary l.t-iter und Nuws.pnprr.itnil Vniiuiies, ulNo. 1 1, Market sireel. Wheeling, Va. oct'J-Iy 'Final Notice to Stockholders. ., , OfUce ol the Steu. and Intl. U. R. Co., " Steuheliville, June 19. 18,'ii. TIIESi.ickhohh-rsof ihe Steubim ille mid In illuua Itailroml company lire hereby notified to pay tho lemiiiiiing filly oer esnt. upon tbu itwpi tal atock by ibeiii respectively subscribetl, atthe cfllce of D. L.,t: illier, Esip, Treasurer ol said company, in Afleuhenville, a' follows, viz. 10 pur cent, ou or before the 1st of Sept. nexo, lu 'lo do 1st ol Oct. next, Id do , ; ' do . 1st uf Nov. next. Ill (in till lit ill Den . n. HI. 2" "" i ''" 1st ol Jan. next. fly order of the Board of Difeeiors. G, Mon ms. Sec. JAMES MEANS, Prest. iune 3D, 1853. Sin iCevolutioii hi OTni'blc. f I"ll E 'subscriber, having made ample ariansjc- incuts lor a large supply of MARBLE, keeps coiiaiauily on hand Mantles, TKubs, Moaup ments. Head and root Stones, etc. He is com- s iu n t ly receiving large lots of Italian. Egvplusa. O...I M. ..ti ...I.....U : . luciiuiiii ...uiuiuf, wi.ivii ue is iiinaiug up ill u style not surpassed in ihe United Stales, nnd win sell at a very small ailva ice on cost, eilhsr wnoiesaicor retail, ami solicits all persons ut wanting, to irive him a call. He vill also luruish a beiiuliful White Marble for Capi ami Sills, Steps, Frontis Pieces loi Doors and Vaults, Tile for flooring etc., very low He has also on hand a coniiderahle ouuntilv ol Free Stone monuments, Toombs and Hea l Stones Ait sizes ol Grind btonos, both lor wet und dry binding, warranted. (tVN. B. Lettering done in the latest nnd most beautiful styles, iu almost any language re tpi reu. iviii.iiLij j , it oil A iv . Marble Mason and Vault Builder, nov. 5-1 y No. 66. Lower end of Market st, Fresh liccf, I f l-E subscriber would respectfully inforu the citizens of Cadiz und vicinity, that he intend' to have at the Market. House every Tuesday, .Thursday und Saturday mornings, good Fresh Beef, Veil, Mutton, &e , which he will fell as cheap as the leuson will nll'ord. . : Meat can be, procured nt all times nt his Bin ugh 'rr Home. ROBERT HOLMES, p, juS3. 1854. ", -'''' Perfumery. MRS. DIVINE has just received the largest and best vnrietv of PEItllMKH V offered in Cudiz, coneisiu iu part of tho follow ing: ' - .- ..., ..! flauel't Chrvstaliiie Ox Morrow, , , I " Puinnde Philocoine, laylor's Einolient Palmyrcte Soap, Utile Aniapie, i . , Hi lira Oil, genuine, ' ' '',"' .'' . Taylor's celebrated Wash Ball," ' ',; Christian's Fure Peral Powder, . Cologne, Iliuiel's highly perlumed Windsor Soap. -: ,fw8,l ...,.:, i ' i h JM, DIVINE. j J UST ived bbta. el Dicaisou a i-resti tj Groun ineFamilV Flour. A lad 30 kegs of Ntt - . assorted siiei. . . WM. HOGG CO. ubr f "'". " ,'' J J! ail -Mil v'lii v- wtf.'i"- NEW GOODS AT MOOR'S! Tstrjr rotMr, (liry kev ll-y aMreh OF Ike asuac beuutifal a ad luoef generals aortmeiit of Drv Goods eir pmawttucd i lite toa ol Cudiz. Tha l rt-eet aad Cueet atock of Black aud colored Broad Cloths at " , A. t'.OORE'S The largeat, tastiest and cheapest lot ol Boa eat evet ottered a. A. F. MOOR E'S Tbe heat stock of Barege delaines for Indies' drraseaal - . A F. it 'JOKE'S Tue largest atock of ladies' jine shoea ever of fereil are ai A. F, MOORE'S The uaoat beautiful dreaa ailks aad auiius, buo net silks aud libbonsever seen, are at A. F. MDOEEH The best stock of Ready Made Clothing ia town is uow at A. F. MOORE'S Tbe rarest and most tasty aelectioa ol French woik, capes, collars, chciaisetis and under aleevea ia le be had at A. F. MOORE'S Tbe most substantial Cussi meres saiinvlia I ll,e I1"'"0'!10 otquick sila. coinll protlta and tha best of pay, thul is, CASH. So cull and save at lean 5 per cent, opposite the wat. liuii.kera, ut the uld aiand of A. F. MOORE'S. April 2H. Hii 113 Tomb Stones, Monnmcnts, &c. WOL'LD reepectlully inform the citizens ol Harrison und Ibe uiljoining coumiis, thut he has taken the shop formerly oecupied b Wai. Kennedy, on Main street, Cadiz, O., where he will be ut all times pi .pared lo fur nish Tomb Stonea, Monuments, and ia fact ev ery thing pertaining to his line of business, ou the moat reasonable und accommodating tetwa. His work shall not he suruasred by ttiiv oilier shop iu the State. He respectfully asks the public tu cull and examine bis work belor- pur chasing elsewhere A. J. U Cadiz. Ohio April 28, 185? Iy2 A NEW EXCITEMENT ! A. S. BURTCIX. IS now receiving and opening in the room for merly occupied by R.J. Dennett, u large n ml splendid nssorluien. of new Si-kino and Suumlk Goons, which wilt be sold lit ns abort profits ua any other establishment in Cudiz. Mot feeling u'sposed to brag , we would only say, cull mid see for yourselves. A. H. BURTCU. Cudiz, April 28, 1852 CANTON Crape .V a iiirarticleaiul ver cheap, at the w store of April 28, S52 A . II. UURTCII. k3TR.W Goods Bonnets and Huts in every i-5 varii ty. very low hi RUR'ICH'S. " April 28, CI.O'riI-,('assimcresan,l vsiitigB, hiiudacuie and c leap, at the uen store of Aptil 28, I8j-i BONN E'P 'I'rimiiiings decidedly neuutilul I April 28, I8.i2 A. 11. liURTCH. Uil. loci und flnwers UURTCH'S Quick Sales and Short iPrcfits!! MOW M'ICI4 ilIJIIi!IUt jiOOlH J MM mbfcribera beg' leave In inform ibid customciB and tlm puhli" teneiallv. ill,. iney nave 8,000 WORTH uf New Spring and Summer Goods buns lit under the luosl lavorable circumslances, which tiny are duiermiiieil lo soil, if possil le before tbe 1st of Sep:i'iuher. Wo go upon the principle oT ' Work hard, si lt m licit and mute a little tverytime.' i ins large aim gpitiituu sioca, cxt-eciuiig any thing ever before brought tu Cadi, consists in, part oKMotha, Casinieres. Salliliels, Vestingp,. Flannels, Mousliu lie law una, Bernges, IU-iiiiih de Laim s, Siik 1'issiies. Freiicb and Englifh Lawns. Alpacas, Suoich. Enirlishiiiud litiiiii-at to Gini.liams,fiiucy nets, Jaconut,, M iills,,luiiiul,.. Swiss and Hook Muslins. , ... Irish Linens, fa lariru lot and dirt ' oh..ni. Ei'gings, Luces, Hosiery., English and Ameiieiiin Prims. i . For cnmiiioii wenr. A jjoncral itssorltiieut o lloniiets. Aliases Huts and Ucnneis. L ndies cull ami examine lor yourselves. A umc.ii lot of shoes loi laiiu-sanil clulilreu. Milriiiii;ic li a 'in. .,' Hardware, tiuueuswuie. Gn.cet.Ji-s and nearly eveiyihing else VV t)t)U V S..XI I i i Cadiz, AprU -ii. 1852. , , 4 RTH'ICjlA ?, FU.Wera.-n XJl npai WOOD atatl S.UITii's, M 'RIM. MINOS fM ladies' dresses, hi rages, J g'mpe, colds, li.ns, etc. at 1 ' ' "l'Jl VVlXID und SMITHV-. SILK Poplins, plain and watered, 33. per cenu under lust ycuia prices, u big lot nt : '' "I WOOD nnd s-MITH'S. CANTON Crape anil Cashmern Sfc-als. 1' Vap-ii. wood und dviri ii'ss, s'ADDLEKY, consistiiig of Saildles, Lrids-s kjtlollais. Ha mess, llrichhnuds. Check unit 'iu iiic L,ines, Blind Bridles, side sirups, etc., etc, ut "I1"-2' WOOD and Sftl nil's, to r a Uiii i:i ' A GOOD yoke of uell broae Oxeu for salo. cheap eii.piiru ut , "t'-'l WOOD anil SMITH'S- PAltAbOI.Suiid Umbrel his for spring ruins, m npJI W CO D and SM IT t t'a. SILK Mitts, hand made to fit everv siite.ac up! WOOD imd SMITH'S. Silkafot' lri'Sn ami Boiiim'IS. I ")l,.fLVaiiil fjgiiied black changeiibk-, leudlb- leient unitla, uil cheap enough, at ' up-'l ' WOOD aud SMITH'S. , BEIi AGE lie laities, beautiful and cheap, . dozen kinds, ut WOODandSMlTH'd. BONNETS nnd ekililmeu's Huts, iu great va ' riotyai ihe big corner ai ;i - - j. n .: upil WOOD.il! SMITH'S, , OL'iMlViER inm, first rale assortment, at nil 'prices, Itoui I9iup. apl WOOD and S.VI l'II'S,,; W,W7"A14. aud Wiadow F.ipei,at ? V )21 : vV'tVAD uud SMITH'S,. CARPET BJl(i!)tintiunvtaii ami iniuli iesv "t WOOD am! SMUH'S. fHINGZES, Oak nnd Poplar Boards, Lilt O"a'lsiulding, eto., at the lumber yard of np2 WOOD aim SMITH'S, , -f1APES, Collarai Chimeietts, at Vp2l W OOD and SMlIfTH'S. 1. 'AMILY Flour warranted by the barrel, und! in entailer quantities, at nil times on hand at ! , WOOD undiSMlTH'S. New Stoif! and New tiouUs.!! r "Shoot Povitb, Quick Sales, ano Gooa Pax"'. THE MQTTO OF " JOUS McCOKMICK, ' , ; , WHO baa just, received an entire Naw Stocs: of GOODS, which ho bus opened out in tUs svtore Room formerly occupied by D. Kilgoro &. Son. His slock, consists ot every variety of i Woods ueually kept ia Cudiz, all of which he dat .. tens hiuisel i were nurchaaed under the moil favnr. Ws etwamirtJlariCM. tiuxi will be sold uuder the niwto of 'Slort Profit and Quick Sales." Per sons wishing to, purchase Goods will find il toy their interest to. c-ill run! examine his stock before, purchasing, as he ia determined, to, sell Goods ,' uoouihepriiieipleoi' lurger iuJs ami tmallar profit tbuii bus heretoiev been done ia. this pluce. He, does not ink uuy one to. take bis wcrd for - his; Stock being the Handsomest one ever brought to, this place, but would siiy to one und all, came and; look for youTtelvc. Ua would wast respectfully invite bis old friends aud customers to cull und examine his stock before ntu-chasing. ' ' ' 1 ' wurJ7-Jy JOHN McCORMICK.h'.f f rilTG bulnnce or our stock consisting is I Hardware, Queensware, Glassware. Nailf.' Shovels, Forks, Scythes, Soinning Whseh,Solo Leather, everything usually kept in country stores, to be had on reasonuble terms (if not Oa ! little lower) regardless of profit, us chu bspuv chased in this or the uiljoining counties. WM. HOGG &CO. tntiyS , Steuhenville Straati. - . NKVV UOODS. "T" W GOODRICH, on tlir corner of Unio .! s and Market Square. V heeling, Va., h . coininenced receiving bis (urge itockol SPRING GOODS, direct from New York and Philadelphia ;t which will be sold at it smul) ntlrunoeoii Eastern cost. All persons visiting the city are invited to, oull und exumine, no trouble io show Good. -i mar3l .. ., ; . i. i i RECEIVED BY EXPRESS. OTVJ n ARRIVAL of Silk, Glrap and otL aWll Ler Bonnetts, Black Brocade Silks, Silk Tifaues, Cheniisetts, Under Sleeves, and other Dress Goods, nt WM. IIOR3 & CO'i, ' , Cudii,Muy , 183J. . .;,,.