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Thoe who labor in tbe earth are the chosen people t.f God. if ever he had chostra people, whose heart he has toad hit peculiar deponte lor substantia! and gen uine tirtue.'-sfjfa-jen' Notes on Virginia. BEET SEED. Mr. B. P. Cutter, of Peiham, N. If. states to us hit conclusions on the subject of raising beet eed. - Mr. C. is engiged in the raising of seeds, and he rcquesta others to give their opinions and the results of their experience. He says: 1st. Beet seed has a natural tendency to run out, (as it is termed ) 2d. That every perfect beet seed, (as it is call ed,) contains from two to five seeds, some of which will produce the true beet, and others that produce spurious, in one and the same seed. 3d. That the spurious beet is generally the artiest and the largest. 4th. That you never can get a pure blood beet trom the spurious beet. 5th. That it is easy to distinguish them in the summer by the color of the leat stalk. 0. That they cannot bo distinguished by the color alter the lall trosts. Accordingly the sum mer ia the time to select blood beets lor seed. 7th. They should never be set near other va rieties. 8th. The spurious onns can be distinguished in the spring by their having light colored leaves and saouid be pulled out. REMEDY tOR CHOKED CATTLE. Mr. Editor: In list month's Cultivator I no ticed a simple instrument recommended for un choking cattle; but simple as it is, I consider il would be very dangerous in unskilful hands. IT . , . . .... Having some years ago lost two valuable cows by quite as simple a thing being pushed down their throats to unchoke them, I would by no means recommend the use of it. In disr.nrdmo it, however, I will substimte a remedy quite cs j . , . 1 . i . niipio auu eiucacious, ana mucn ssiter. 1 ake a round stick about twelve inches long and the cir cumference of a common rolling pin, used for i i rr- i - . .-i . rolling out paste, cut a notch round oach end of the stick and tie some twine in the notches; put the stick into the creature's mouth and fasten the twine round each horn to keep the stick in its place; when this is done, turn the animal into a yard, and have a little patience, and it will un choke. I have tried this frequently, and never knew it to fail. I am not philosopher enough to explain the principle of this operation, but I im agine that the external air or the breath of tbe animal, or both together, act upon the substance and corrode it, s) as to allow the creature to ' swallow it. Be that as it may, you may rely on the practical result, Yours trulv, ' January 20, 1842. ' B. M. THE 'J OMATO. The celebrity of this plant has become aston ishing. A few years since, prejudice reviled at its excellences with its most vindictive tauntings. Yo!r, it ia an article of so general popularity, scarcely a garden, or an apology for one, is to be found where it is not cultivated, and almost even voice is loud in proclaiming its excellences. The tomato has three kinds or varieties, to wit : the large common, the egg, and the golden drop. We prefur the two last kinds for the culture, as they aro firmer, or more solid in their texture and more delicate in their ilavor. The tomato should bo started in a hot-bed, or in boxes in the house in March. Then, by cure, largo thrifty plants will be ready for putting out as soon as the season of frost is passed. They do not, re quire a rich soil, this causes them' to run too much to vine, but rather an excitement to push forward to protection. We know of no more sure effective to produce this, than to put say half or a third of a common shovel full of lien or pigeou'n dung in the hill. It is admirably calcu lated for pepper or for tomatoes. After the early frost had killed the vines last fall, a friend of ours, of close observation and ex act calculation, experimented feeding the toma toes that remained to her cow. They were readily eaten, and the quantity of milk was in creased. This certainly adds another to the thousand and one uses to which limy have been applied. trenesce farmer. SQAUSH CULTURE. This does not differ essentially from tho cul ture of cucumbers and melons. Where they have too much tendency to form vines, which materially affects and diminishes the growth of the fruit, it is an excellent practice to break off the end of tho vines, and hoe earth over it, thus diverting the juices of the plant front the growth of the vine to the fruit, thus increasing its size, and at the same time, preventing tho stalk from running over an undue quantity of land. We find baking the best method of cooking winter squash for our palate, especially the green Valparaiso. The process of baking requires no more labor than boiling where cooking stoves are in use, and the flavor of them is much increa sed, so as to resemble that of sweetest potatoes Mount Osceola, 1S32. ON PREPARING AND SEWINO OXIOX SEED. "first, soak the seeds in water from s:x to twenty-four hours some seeds being slower to admit moisture than others,, is the ditlercnce in the timo required. After soaking, drain off the water, and mix the seeds with a sufficient quanti ty of earth to absorb the moisture remaining on the seeds; stir them often that they may vegetate evenly, and keep them in a moderate degree of warmth and moisture until they are sprouted. when they are ready to put into the ground If the weather should be unfavorable, put the seeds in a cool place, which will check their growth , It was left in that situation until the time of sewing. In April, as soon as the soil was sulli ciently dry, the ploughing was cornmencod, and the second day, at night, the sewing was finish ed, with seed prepared as before stated. In one veck the onions were up, rows wore soon visible 'nearly twenty rods, and no weeds yet appeared. The operation of stirring the soil with rakes and hoes were then commenced, and the weeds were not suffered to grow during the summer. (It is a mistaken notion that it is not timo to hoe gar den until it was green with weeds.) Jhe just of September tho onions were harvested, and the product was over tito thoutand Ittshcls of fine onions from two and a half acres. Ajiotiieh old Soldikb oe! Died in Sene ca county, un the 16th November last, Mr. John Kemp aged 08 years. Mr.. Kemp was one of the soldiers of tho Revolution, aud fought in the bat tles of Bunker IlilKBrandywino and Stony Point At the latter place he received two bayonet wounds. This adds another to the list of vener able patriots wbo have left tbe stage of action, and sre called to try the realities of another world. Findley Courier, Ebcneier Seaver, many years since a member t Congress from Mass. died at his residence in Hoxhiiry,t the advanced age rf 81 years. il m a y- a Stone Cutting. THANKFUL for past favors, the subscriber takes this method of informing the public that he stiU continues to carry on the above business in the shop lately occupied bv Bedwell & Huebener, Cadiz Ohio, where all orders for IIEADANDFOOTSTOXES,3IOM'. JIEXTS.A-c, will be promptly attended to, on the most reasonable terms. EDWARD T. I1UEBENEU. Cadiz, May 11th, 18-13. P. S. As 1 have made mv arrangements to leave Ca diz, in the Spring, all those who want any thing iu my une oi Dusmess will do well to call soon. Feb. 29, 1844. E. T. II. A GOOD UAllGAIiV. T S M1E subscriber will ell the nronertv he now lives I on and occupies as a public house, consisting of 3 iii-lots in the handsomely situated town of Londonder ry, Guernsey county, Ohio, on the McAdamized road leading from Steubenrille to Cambridge, on the Nation al Road. The house is a frame, very large and well finished, the stable is good there is a pump of water at the kitchen door, a lot of land , - e . .1 .1 L. Hg,iii.ytt'coniaing udoui "ve acres, ami a goou orcu- s&gs&iiis ard on part of of it, of good fruit, directly back of the in-lots; a never-failing spring on it of excel lent water about forty yards from the kitchen door. Anvnorwn w'tah'.nf? tn ntirfhn OA pi,ph nvnnnrlv wnnld do well to call soon, as I am determined to sell. The i Payments will t made easy, and il it would suit the nnicnnscr. the p-rerurst nnrt rnnld b tjikpn m Store Goods of a fair assortment and fair prina. The house is well calculated cotn tor a store and i nvent, and no better situation can De round between t,nil.,z and Lnni- bridge. Possession will be given immediately after the sale. For further particulars coll on the proprietor oc cupying the premises. JOHN CIIAl.FAN. February 2'ith, 1814. MEW ESTABLISHMENT . JniaJlOOd A T. I). Grimes have commen- ced the Mercantile business in the stand lately occupied by Hooo &. Wood, where they invite their friends and the public generally, to call and examine their stoc k before purchasing elsewhere, as they are de termined to sell as low as nnv establishment in the place. MAlIOOD & GRIMES. February 8, 1814. NEW A33D CHEAP GOODS. r rMIE undersigned is now receiving his usual supply i of Fall mid Winter Goods, and assures his numer ous fiiends and customers that no other House in this place shall rive better bargains or can show a irger as- sortmentol desirable goods, i lease call aiiricxn mine. Cadiz, Sept. Tth, 18-13. Cloths, Casshncrcs & Satinclts. Pieces Kroad Cloths, assorted, Ovf 15 pieces superior Cassimeres, lo. 10 do do Satinnetts, do. For sale at cost for cash, or approved produce, bv WM. BENNETT." Cadiz, Jan. 11, ISM. "lYOLTUNG CLOTHS. A new and extensive tis JT sortment of German and English Jlolting cloths. No. 4, 5, C, 7, 8, D, juct received and for sale at East- ern prices by MAHOOD & GRIMES July Sili, io4J, Alpacca Lustres, A Large m Lare supply of the above article, of every vari! ; ety, color and price S. &. II. McFADDEN. August 10, 1843. MURDER. WANTED, fivo hundred Bushels of Clover Seed for which I will pay the highest market price if delivered soon. JAMES W. BEEBE & Co. Cadiz, Dec. 21st, 1813. NOTICE. THE FIRST AND LAST CALL; all those indebted to me in any way are requested to come forward immediately and settle the same as uo longer indulgence will or can be given. Thoso who neglect this call mav depend on the consequences. X eU. Olll, lOVi. JU1U 1 lllljLlll 3. TTURNITURE prints, Berlin, Buck and Cotton gloves fancy Lap Kibtion, Insh Idnen, inserting, Quil ling, Edging, Lisle thread and Cotton Lace, Cambric muslin, Jackonats &.C. &.c. MAHOOD & GRIMES, Nov. 2d ,1843. I CST RECEIVED, and for sale cheap, a supe- tj rior lot ol Dye stuns, viz: indigo, Madder, Al. luin, Coperas, Logwood, &c. &c. JOHN BEALL. November 16, 1843. Mtwie.i MiiAit iils, a supe a superior article, for sale, cheap at the Dm store of J.OHN BEALL. Nov. ICth, 1843. SCII Mi IIOOL BOOKS, Comstocks Philosophy, tchell's largo and small Geography and atlas- sec, Elcectic Readers, for sale at the store of JOHN BEALL. Sept. 7th, 1843. COFFEE, Java, Domingo, some Lntruirn, Maracoibo, Rio and St, kinds lOlbs, for one dollar, also S. Sc. II. McFADDEN'S. fiesb Teas for sale at August 10th, 1843. J K A pieces of English and American prints as low X J J as at any other More, at P. R. K. BROTIIERSON. Sept. 7th, 1843. GIRAFFE CLOTH, Blfk Velveteen, Red Scarlet yellow and white Flannels, Merinoes and Bom bazines, Irish Linens at the store of Sept. 7 1843. P.- R. K. BROTI1ERSON. OHAWLS, Black Merinoes, Thibet Wool Plaid Mouslindclaiue and other Shawls and V J woollen, HdklTs, all kinds at various prices and very cheap by fept. 7, Y. K. Ji . JiUU l lll-.KMJ.N. pounds of Feathers of a good quality wnnt- JJ j ed ana the highest price paid. sept. 7, 1843. P. R. K. BROTIIERSON. SILK GOODS, Blue black striped and figured silks, also an assortment of other colours. Bhick Lace veils, Bonnet silk and Trimmings forsnle at the lowest prices by P. R. K, BROTIIERSON. ept. 7, 1843. , ' fVKRCOATS, Blue, black, ribbed beaver cloths for J oveicoats, an exieucnt article forsnlc low by cpt. 7, 1843. P. R. K. BROTIIERSON. 4 LPACA3, 40 nieces stipsrior figured, striped and xV. plain assorted colors, a splendid article for ladies dresses, just received by sept, tin, 104 a. P,R. K. BROTIIERSON. "CALICOES, Ginghams, Crape, Delanes, Shawls, V Hdkffs, See. MAHOOD &. GRIMES, Cadiz, Nov. 2d. 1843. CJPANISH SOLE LEATHER, 1000 pounds Hemlock U and Us It tanned Upameh leather, for sale low by ng. 10,1943. , 8. &H. McFADDEN. C ILK Fringes, Thread laces. Gimps. Edeings and li3 Insertions, a great variety of colors and prices, for saw cnitap ny . August 10, im. A H. McFADDEN. NEW FRESH GOODS! PR. K. BROTIIERSON would respectfully inform hit friends and the public generally, that he has iust returned from the eastern cities and is now receiv ing a splendid and large assortment of all kinds of fan cy and staple dry goods, suited to the present and com ing season. ALSO. Groceries, Hardware, Qucensware, Cotton yarn, Xails, Iron, Sole Leather, window glass, Madder, Indigo, Allum, &c, the attention of purchasers is re spectfully solicited. Those" wanting bargains will find it to their advan tage to call at the well known store. Corner of Market and Sreubcnville streets, and directly opposite the pnb lic buildings, formerly kept by Mctfevnolds &. llroth crson, where they will find a cheap, well selected, large and handsome assortment of all kinds of goods, suitable to the wants of the community, mid that at as cheap a rate as can be had elsewhere.' Tlease call and judge for yourselves. Merchantable country produce will be re ceived in exchange for eoocis at ttie market pnees. Cadiz, Aug. 31st, 1843. "ASHiCASIIM The subscriber takes this method J of informing his friends who are indebted to him. that he is now in want of Cash ; and as it is almost uu rjossiblo to visitnll DCrsonaliv. he hones this method will have the desired effect to have them come up and pay off, or at least pay part and settle up by note or due bili, those particularly of old standing. He hones those neglecting this notice will not think hard to find their claims in the hands of, proper ofliccis for collection. As his circumstances are such as require him to have mon ey, and his own wants must bejcousulted in prefeience to the fcelines of friends, notwithstanding his feelings and friendship for them would lead him to indulge longer if Ms situation wouiu aunut. ne win morcioie won ior settlements to bo made promptly, july 13, 1813. SA.MUEI. SLEMMONS. N. B. He still continucsto carry on the shoe busi ness in all its various branches; and thankful for past fa vors, he would earnestly request his old friends and cus tomers to examine Ins stool colore purcnasingclsewhere, as he is determined to sell low to suit the times for cash or such articles ol produce as can De agreed upon. Jiis work shall not be excelled for neatness, cheapness or durability. He has all kinds of leather and skins for sale, together with every variety of shoemakers' findings. and also a few hair trunks, &c. S. S. SARSAPARELLA. T1I18 unrivalled preparation has performed some ol the most astonishing cures of diseases that are rc- corded in the annak of history. thun proving cunclu- siyely it is capable sf filling the high ami unit purpose for which it is designed. Patients suliering for years from various chronic constitutional disorders, after try ing different remedies, spending thousands of dollars m travelling and doctoring, and suliering all that human nature is capable of enduring," having by the ti?e efa few bottles entirely recovered their health. Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofula or King's Evil, Salt Rheum and Ringworm, Ulcers and painful n flection of the bones, Ulcerated Throat and Nostril, Scurvy, Biles, Chronic, Sore Eyes, Blotches and various cutiincons eruptions, are effectually cured by its use. Diseases having their origin in an impure blood and fluids generally will be speedily and effectually removed by tliisi invaluable medicine, as its operation is peculiar, and consists in removing the cause of disease by entering into the cir culation and passing through the general system. Where obstmcrions to its favorable operation exist, they are removed as it passes along the alimentary ca nal; hence tho patient will know and feel the sensible operation of t he Sarsanardla from us curative nowevs. i lie propnciuis me uutiy icceiviug outers nomine medical profession, the clergy, oliicers of jestice, and numerous private citizens, ample and willing testimo ny, both written and ycibiil, to the superior value and cliicaey of this preparation. To the poor it is furnished gratuitously, on sufficient proof being furnished of their worthiness. Tbe following certificates from individuals who have suffered with Scrofula in its very severest form, aro pre sented for the careful perusal of the afflicted. Essex, Co::n., July 25, 1313. Messrs. SuiidsGent. About eight years since, by being overheated arid directly after exposed, I was sei- zed with a severe cold, which deran irod ilio whole sys- tern. Purple or livid spots appeared on the skin, at tended with violent pain of the head ; the symptoms be ing alarming, a physician was called who prescribed blistering and leeching, which produced partial re lief. Hard bony lumps formed under the skin on various parts of the body, and the Doctor pronounceu my complaint nereimary wroiuia now ior the first time developed. The following winter my sight failed in both eyes, medical nid was again resort ed to, which relieved my sight during the summer, my nose now began to increase in size and the whole body rapidly enlarged Willi a iliopsical swelling. I he nose even grew very sore and discharged most profusely the most loatnsomc suiistance. My wliole system was in volved in disease, the lumps softened and discharged freely, producing great debility ; ulcers now broke out on tho legs, and to complete my misery, the muscles and sinews contracted so that 1 was rendered helpless. I remained with little change in this condition until last October, when I was suddenly seized with an indescri bable sensation which rendered me nearly unconscious, and my friends supposed it was the will of kind Provi dence to rid me of my sufferings, but from this I recov ered onlyio sufler on ; the ulcers had become one con tinuous sore entirely raw. It was in this condition I commenced the use of your invaluable Sarsaparilla, which 1 was induced to use from the many remarkable cures I saw published, It came to me as some guardian angel and I can scarce ly' tell why, yet from the moment I heard it mentioned 1 was impressed fully with the belief that this was to be the Good .Samaritan for me and truly it has wrought wonders in my case. Alter using it a few days my pains grew easier, the swelling of the body and the limbs went down, tho ulcers commenced healing, and I rested well. After suffering every thing but tho pains of death, how happy am I and how grateful ilo I feel to be able to add another tostimoniul to the efficacy of your priceless i-arsaparuia: My health is restored, and I have walked four miles without inconvenience. I superintend my family af fairs, and in fact feel almost like being in anew world. I am induced to nmke this public acknowledgment from a deep sense of duty to you ns a means in the hands of God of restoring a fellow mortal from a pre mature grave. Language is inadequate to express my feelings. May the Lord be with you, and make his face to shine upon you, is tho sincere desire of your much obliged and deeply indebted friend. To the af flicted I would say. Do not despair; for however des perate your case mny be, you surely have an nntidote at hand viz: Saxds's'Sarsaparilla. Trust to no eth er, however great their pretensions. MONISSA SIMMONS. Middlesex Co. es. Espf.x, Conn. July 25, 1843. Personally appeared the above named fllonissa Sim mons, and made oath to the facts contained in tho fore going statement before me. GORDON SMITH, Justice of the Peace. Wo the subscribers, being personally acquainted with Mrs. Monissa Simmons do not hesitate to say that we consider the above statement of her case substantially true and entitled to cotiiidenee. Rei.ben Post, Deacon Btip't. C I. Hnx IIavde.v, Morchant. C. GnRrNf.KAi', ("'nr. Dentit. A. F. WniTTt.KMoiir, P. M. JOHN BEALL, Agent. by special appointment oftiie jyroprUtori,foT Cadiz and vicinity, FA KM FOR SALE. fl HE subscribers. Executors of the estate of John L Miller, ilec'd., take this method of notifying the public that the well known and valuable farm formerly Belonging to said deceased situntcd in German townsluj one mile and a quarter south of New Jefferson, and ad joining the farm on which the steam ruill belonging to inf. Kile is erected, is now offered lol safe, iraul farm contains two hundred and thirty three acres, ono hun dred and seventy-five acres of wnich are cleared and in good repair, about twenty acres ol which lKbottom land and well set in meadow grass. There are an excellent JIOUKEand BAKN and aeoodior- T""' chard thereon. Thtermsof sale v yih'S Any person wishing to k ow fj more about the property and the terms on which it can be bad can call on either of the undersigned living in i . a u: r. . r r y ,r ma auuv. nuiijcu w iwiij, jiv. in, iivui jeiicrsoD uamiai milleil Ben, Dec. 21st, 1643. DAVID MILLER. ITon Bar Iron, assorted, .. -" Mails do -;. . Will be sold at cnl for rash rtr produce. Jan. 11,144. WM, BENNETT. S. G. PEFPAKD Attorneys at Law Solicitors in Chancery, V7"ILL practice law in the court of Harrison eoun tv Business intrusted to them will receive iheir united attention. Hotel. Otfice opposite Junius McNutt's Cadiz, Feb. 2d, 1S43. S. W. BOSTWICK, ATTORNEY AND CO.n'SELLOR AT LAW, WILL continue to practice n Harrison and the adjoining Counties. - , , frt-Office opposite thepublic olTices.. August, 18th, 1642. CUMMINS & HARPER. ATTORNEYS, AXD COEKSELLORS - . - . ; AT LAW . -- And Solicitors in Chancery. A LL professional business entrusted to their care in V counties of Uarrison,'Jefl'crsoti, Belmont, Monroe, Guernsey, Tuscarawas; Coshocton, Holmes, Carroll, Stark and vV ayne, will be faithfully attended to. Office on Steubenrille Street.apporite Vie public buildings. J. U. CUMMIN 3, JSew tmUadclvhxa, LECKY HARPER, Corfu. ; v, Cadiz, June 15, 1813. tf. L. P.MILLIGAN. J. iVfcNEILL. LAW FARTHEXlSHXr rrHE subscribers have this day formed a co-part- I nership in the practice of the law, and will attend to the business of their profession in the County of Har rison, Uluo. Office on Market street, opposite Kilgore's store. M1LL1GAN & McNEILL. Cad iz, July 8th, 1843. i T. L. JEWETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AXD SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, CADIZ OHIO. Office in Public Buildings, next door east of the Treas urer's Office.. Dec. 21st, 1843. . M. il. URQUHART Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. "VFFICE, next door west of ThomaB Hogg's store, J corner room, up stairs. Cadiz, May 18th, 1843. . .SEW KAVlD'Sj OtS HEBREW PLASTER. rjPUIS is becoming one of the most popular nied; X cines now before the public. For removing all seated pains, such as Rheumatism, -pain in the back, side or breast, it has no equal in the world. It is also efficacious in removing wens, tumors, corns, &c. We do not design to puff this medicine, with old fictitious certificates, but will simply mention a FinV RECEA'T CASES, - where it has efiocted cures. Mr. Sloan of Zanesvllle, aftr haying suffered with Rheumatism for nine years was cured by using the HEBREW PLASTER. Mr. Anderson of Putnam, was troubled for a lone time with a lame back, occasioned by overlifting,'cuicd by using ,L". . A . .1... mis piaster. j man, uaiiie nui rucoiieuteo, in .ru tiot, Licking Co., entirely cured of Rheumatism. The following certificate from Mr. Worstell, editor of the Massilon fiaz. and George Miller Esq., of the firm of KCitli & Miller, att ys., was lurrnsticd mo a tow days since : Massilon, Oct. 28th, 1813. Having received much benefit from using the JEW DAVID'S PLASTEIt, we cheerfully recommend it to the afflicted, believing it to be a valuable medicine for tho piuposes for which it is recommended. J. P. WORSTELL. GEO. MILLER. Many other respectable persons have offered to give their certificates, but we deem it unnecessary, to add any more at this time. Those who use it will find it a good medicine. Each box contains sufficient to spread ti or 8 largo plasters. Price 50 cents per box. Fur sale in Cadiz by JOHN BEALL, and McBEAN & WOOD. Alio for sale by agents in most of the country towns. JOlliN UOGU, Agent lor jut. l'leasant, Nov. 16th, 1843. it THIS is to inform the public and all the world at large, that wa will sell goods as cheap as the man that is selling off at cost, or any body else. All that you have to do, to get great bargains, is to give us-a oall before you purchase elsewnere. store opposite tne 1 rcasurei's ofhee. J. W. BEEBE &. Co. Cadiz, January 11, 1844. N. B. All kinds of country produce taken at the highest market prices. WANTED. 5000 lbs Roll Butter, 500 " Feathers, 300 " Tow Yarn, . 500 bushels dry Peaches, ' 500 do do Apples, 500 do Flax seed, 500 do Timothy seed, 1000 do Oats, 1000 do Corn, for which -(he hichost market price will be paid in goodi at'vnsh pijoejs, at the store of J. W. Beebc & Co., op posite the Treasurer's oiuce. 'jjCadlz, January 11, 1844. SELLING OFF AT COST TNTENDING tolcaveCadiz in the Spring, I will sel goods from this to the first of April next, AT COST CASH or approved country produce. Those who for C. want better bargains than can be had elsewhere, are invited to call with me, as I am determined to offer in ducements, to all, whether they want to the amount of fffty cents, or one hundred dollars. Cadiz, Jan. 1, 1844. Domestic Goods. A C(( yards heavy Brown Muslins, lYjjJ 2000 yards Bleached do ouu uo iteu tickings, 200 do Canton Flannels assorted, fi00 do Domestic Ginghams, 1000 do Prints assorted, For sale at cost, for cash and approved produce. January 11, 1844. WM. BENNETT. WANTED, 10,000 lbs. Roll Butter, 500 " Feathers, JIJ0U bush, dry Apples, 1000 " " Peaches, 500 " Flax Reed, 1000 " Corn, 1000 " Oats, 500 " Rye, For which the highest market price will be paid on delivery at the store of ret). IStll, 1841. MA11UU1J . UllliHM, Groceries. "I f ',nKs Green Coffee, IU 2 Half chests V.H. Teas, 2 do do Itnpcnal do 1 bbl. Loaf Sugar, For sale at cost, for cash and produce by Jan. 11, 1844. . ' W.M.BEN NETT. Worsted Goods. A f Pieces assorted Alpascas, -J-U 30 do . Merinoes, 5 do Paramatta cloths, o do Paraseans. will be sold at cost for cash and approved produce, VtM DPWWI.,T'P fl 1H. J1U11KU1 li GROCERIES, a fresh assortment just received and for sale low, " March 7, 1844. MAHOOD A. GRIMES. WEAVERS REEDS, A large assortment just re ceived and for sale by March 7, 1844. MAHOOD & GRIMES. COTTON BATTING, just rereired and for sale March 7, 1M4. MAHOOD A GRIMl'1 -.- - Mi! W !'-: ." r v - V Ik 1 DR. DUXC.1VS EXPECTORANT REMEDY, roa Colds, Cough, Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Difficulty of Breath ing, Asthma, Pain in the Side, Breast and Chest, Whooping '- Cough, Croup, and all Dis eases of the Liver and Lungs. BEWARE of Consumption. We behold many who unfortunately are the object ol disease ; borne down by its pain anu distress without a medicine to strongm en and Boothe the enfeebled frame, or relieve the poi soned mind. Kind Providence has caused Nature to produce a Healing Balm for all living Creatures, par ticularly the afflicted. He then, whose labors have oeen so succcsslui to discover tne meuicinai Agent ior he removal and cure of a dieease which 6eems tor ages to have defied the powers of the. healing art, should be regarded in the light of a public benefactor. The proprietor of Dr. Duncan's EXPECTORANT REMEDY claims this, substantiated by thousands who are livinc monuments restored from a bed of sick ness to the enjoyment of their dearest friends and again rendered ornaments ol society., Those who suffer with the premonitory symptoms of CONSUMPTION, should not neglect themselves from tamo to timo, until the disease becomes seated, and rendered beyond the control of medicine, but immedi ately procure Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy, a meiticine that is certain to remove all the first evil seeds of Consumption, when used in duo season. A fresh supply 'ust received at the store of Cadiz, iov. lo, W. B. BEBEE, MPORTANT WARNING TO .THOSE WHO NEGLECT A COLD ! It is evident, and decided by the most experienced physiciaus, that CONSUMP TION is "mostly encouraged by a neglect of cold at the first attack. How many persons are there that put of! Irom time to tune procuring a smtaDle medicine, un til the disease begins to assume a serious character, when in all probability they are past the power of med- cnl aid. May these lines prove a warning to those afflicted with the first symptoms of CONSUMPTION, that they may immediately use DR. DUNCAN'S EX- rEUTOKA-Vl kumuu X , wiucn is expressly ior dis eases of the Respiratory System. It is certain to re move a coueh in a few days, at tho same time reliev ing the pain in the side and breast, and arresting the proercss of that fatal disease Consumption! The Ex pectorant Remedy has a decided advantage over all other preparations. It is entirely free from Opium, and all other violent JN arcohcs. It regulates the system. and eives strength to the weak and. nervous. For sale at the store of . W. B. BEEBE. Cadiz, Nov. 10th, 1813. COLD SETTLED ON THE LU?fGS. It is a very common complaint, and can be immediately remo ved by Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy. -This dis ease produces much suffering aud distress, and finally becomes alarming on account ol its threatening sever- ty. Physicians are scnt lor, and medicine prescribed, but to no effect; when they at once pronounce the lungs to bo entirely gone, and the case hopeless; that tho patient must die of consumption. In this lingering situation hundreds are left under the mistaken idea of' their disease ("Co be Consumption,") when it is noth ing more than a 'COLD SETTLED ON THE LUNGS,' when the patient is thus neglected until the lungs do actually become diseased. Why is it that so many pronounceu; hopeless cases have oeen rcstoroil to per fect health? The reason is very plain and obvious. They commenced Ufing Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Kemcdy, and when the lungs were not entirely gone, they fiuully recovered. A fair trial of this medicine will convince all of this fact. Price, $1 per bottle. $5000 2 REWARD. This reward has been (fcred and is now renewed to an iu- definite length of time, to any one, professional or pri vate, who will enow to tho satisfaction ol twelve respec table citizens, that Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Rcmedv has ever failed to do what the proprietor claimed it would no. The above medicine is recommended for Consump tion, colds, coughs, spitting of blood, difficulty of breath ing, pain in the side,breast and chest, whooping cough, and all diseases of the Liver and Lungs as being the best remody extant, entirely free from opium or its spiritual preparations, which is the main ingredients in tho nu merous quack nostrums, palmed'upon the community by unprincipled persons, regardless ol tne great injury they should Know such mixtures always produce. Lir. Jjun- can's Expectorant Remedy is entirely free of opium, and all other violent narcotics, and may Do used with per fect ealety by all, under any circumstances. For sale at the store of W. B. BEEBE. Cadiz Nov. 16th, 1843. (VT-DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS. Among the many medicines set lortli to cure Consumption or dis eases of the Lungs, DR. DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT REMEDY, stands foremost. Public confidence has given it a preference above all others for the wonderful cures it daily perlorms. In all diseases ol the Lungs, Chest, and Liver, there is nd medicine among the hun dreds bcloro tho public, that will remove mucous from the air cells, and coagulated masses of matter which line the trachea and impedes the peispirntion but Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy. This medicine strengthens and imparts visor to all the organs through out the Lungs, and enables them to throw out all the obstructions which had impeded their free operations and subjected them to disease. Colds, Coughs, Asth ma, Bronchitis, difficulty ol breathing, spilling of Blood Hectic Fever, Night sweats and all other approaching symptoms of Consumption, use Dr. Duncan's Expecto rant Kemedy in time, and you will he certain to have all those evil seeds driven from your system, and your ulo saved. Principal office No. 19 North Eight street, Philadel phia. For sale at the Store of W. B. BEEBE. Cadiz, Nov. ICth, 1843. I)H. EASTMAN'S CONCENTRATED BALSAM OF WIL D CHERRY For tho euro of Consumption, Colds Coughs, knitting" of Blood, Difficul ty of Breathing, Pain in the Breast, feidc.and Chest, Bronchittis, Veak ncss and that delicate and declining state of health so common before Consumption sets in. ITJias long been known that tho bark of wild cherry possessed great remedial powers in Pulmonary and Breast affections. Tho difficulty hitherto has been to sufficiently concentrate its properties so as to give a quantity that will affect the system, and at the same time combine with it such other remedial agents as are necessary to mako it such a remody as has long been sought for, and which the proprietor now feels assured has been accomplished iu his Concentrated Bulsam Wild Cherry. - - ' . Many ocrtificntes of cures performed by the use of this Balsam are in possession of the proprietor, and might be laid before the public, but wo think it entirely unneces sary, as we feel confident that a trial of the modicinowill be sufficient to remove all doubts from the minds of the most credulous. 1 ' Price $1 nor bottle with full directions for nso. For sale at the Drug Store of JOHN BEALL, Cadiz, Doc. 21st, 1843. CASH NOTICE. A LL Demons Indebted to me, will please call and 'A make immediate Davment Thoso who cannot pay all, are rcKjuestod to pay wna they can, and those having unsettled Boo it account will cnll and close them soon as possible r)y now o tberwisc. i .ewwrsr Jnnu7 1, 1144. ,. FRESH AND DRUGS LA MEDICINES, r I II IE Subscriber has iust received from th vast a ' X fresh supply of Medicines, dyes, paints, oil, &c. 1 which he propose selling on as accommodating terms as any establishment of the kind in this section of th country. Persons wishing to purcnase articles in his line of business would do well to call aud examine hi stock before purchasing elsewhere. Y-TIXT TIC ATT JOIU1 VUA14J,- - Cadiz, Nov. 16th, 1843. WASHINGTONIAN HOUSE. Uhricksville Tuscarawas Co. Q. THE proprietor of the Waahingtoirian House, res pectfully informs his friends, and the public ia general that lie has opened the above bouse upon thr pure Cold water principles, for the entertainment of travellers'and all others who may fayor him with a call.. No pains will be spared to render satisfaction, and be' hopes, by strict attention to make the Washingtoniar bouse worthy ol support. . HIS TABLE will at all times be supplied with the best the Country can afford, and his stable will always be provided with plenty of Provinder. 1 M.R.HASKINS. August 10th, 1843. tf. , CHEAP GOODS For Cash or APPROVED PRODUCE. S. & II." McFADDEN. HAVING made their Fall purchases of Goods du ring the last month in the Eastern Cities before the recent advance in goods They therefore can afford to sell them 20 per cent lower than if they had to make their purchases after this time. Anticipating an ad- vance in goods, they purchased very extensively. -They invite the public to call and examine their stock as ther are anxious to sen cneap to reuuee uieu aiuc. August 10th, 1B43. No Tin Panning llefc. HE Subscriber informs his old customers and th public generally that, at his old shop in Cadiz, they ev can purchase lower than has ever been offered west of the Ohio, any article in his line. He keeps constantly on hand, COPPER KETTLES all size, TIN WARE every variety. SHEET-IRON WARE to suit purchasers, HOLLOW WARE AND CASTINGS a general as sortment. - . Cash or Produce received in exchange. WILLIAM SHARP. Cadiz, August 31st, 1843. DAV LIGHT AND FAIR PLAY. rHE undersigned respectfully informs the public, that he has purchased the , LIVIUIY STAiSLdi, formerly owned by Levi Mallernee. His stock is th best the country can produce, together with a good as- - Bcrtinent of VEHICLES for the conveyance of passen gers. Persons will be conveyed to Steubenville, or any of the adjoining towns cheaper than they can be taken by Stage, s He also runs a HACK ? SEMI WEEKLY to St. Clairsville, (Wednesdays and Saturdays.) His terms will be low, persons giving him a call will j be attended to in the best style, etui: blo opposite to the Cadiz Hotel, J.S.MAFFIT. WNJU. MAFF1T, Agent. Cadiz, Nov. ICth, 1843. PLOUGHS, PLOUGHS. rTHHE Subscribers will offer to the J. public a variety of good ploughs being fitted out with entire new and' improved patterns, utancs anu a va riety of other kinds The improved Hornet the half patent the new Com plough all with wrought shares, which they will sell low for cash. mciN u 1 1 ol. sail i n. Cadiz, Feb, 2d, 1843. HO WAR, BUT BE ADVISED, PATIENCE will evaporate as has been found out by tad experience. It is now almost one year since the old firm of Thomas Hogg & Co., was closed, and our creditors notified of the same, and to come forward for settlement. There are, notwithstanding, a great number of account unsettled, thereby showing that they totally disregard our solicitations. Some who profess and wish to he considered as good men and Christians, ave seen our advertisements, have known us to nue miles to visit them, and yet are so abominably harden ed, that their promises seem as "Jilthy ragt.n . . JNow know all men wnom it may concern, mat so sure as tne sun rises anu sets, i snail ana win pop batch o f costs on ALL who neglect coming up to th work toon, very SOON. This is fair notice and in plain language, so that the blame shall not rest on the shoul ders of ' THOMAS HOGG, Partner oftlte late firm of T. Hogg it Co. Cadiz, December 28th, 1843. Ready pay the topic of the day. GREAT WESTERN CASH STORE. HEW FXXLKX, NEW GOODS. JAMES W. BEEBE & CO. ARE now receiving aud opening, (opposite the Court House,') a large ana well selected assort ment of Fall and Winter Goods, (wholly American a a L , IV. i iiiiiiiuiuciure,! which Demg purcnasea wun cam only, and that, too, at a very low rate, they flatter themselves that they will sell at least 20 per cent cheaper than ha ever been sold in the town of Cadii or even West of the Mountains. We particularly invite the whole community to call and examine our stock, as we are confident that we will be able to give general satisfaction. ' ' All kinds of Country Produce taken at the highest market price. iauiz. Autrust Jlst. 1843. LAST NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to me on Book accounts, un less closed by note or otherwise satisfactorily ar--raiicned. will find their respective claims in the hands of proper officers after the fifteenth of March next. Thi step l shall mucn regret to take, nut as 1 leave L-aaix on the first of April, no other alterative is led me. I do. hope all interested will call before the time specified above. .WM. BENNETT Cadiz, Feb. 29th, 1844. FLAX SEED WANTED, 200 Bushels at the store oi sept. 7, 1843. P. R. K. BROTIIERSON. DICKINSON & CO, FORWARDING MERCHANTS, CUMBERLAND, MD., HAVING a large fire proof warehouse, on the Rail. Road track, receive and forward merohandiw or produce, on the lowest term, vision merchandiss ior produce, 6 ct per 100 lbs on Tobaooo, 85 ow per Hhd. BLEFEKENCEa. ". t - WYLIK&, WILSON, 1 , , R. BARRETT it SONS,-. J Belhnwr. T.W.&G HOPIflK Pre.a8,lM.pV '