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AGRICULTURE AND ITS ADVANTAGES. Of tlie various occupations and professions which have engaged the attention of mankind there is none that seems to be so pre-eminently useful, so honorable, in short so compatible with all our interests, as the cultivation of the earth. There is uone which has so many rc aourcea within itself, or which can furnish from its own means, the supplies for all our neces' oary wants. Food, raiment, and luxuries innu merable, are the fruits of the former's labor and care: and in their train follow health, happiness, and independence. And in view of these facts, for facts they nre, are wo not led to wonder that so many of our young men are placed behind the counter, to learn the arts and mysteries of the scales and yard-stick, to 'deprive themselves of the bloom nnd freshness of youth, and bring early and deep furroifs of care and anxiety on their brows, by the difficulties nnd perplexities attending the prosecution of mercantile pursuits, when so many, - and so strong inducements are held out for them to engage in that profession which was the earli est employment of man, and which as the light of science is spread abroad, and improvements re made iu the art, is becoming more interest ng, more profitable, and at the same timo less Jahorious. With what different feelings do the farmer and the merchant leave their pillows in the morning! The one buoyant with health and spirits, goes forth with the first dawn of day to his cheerful labors in the field, while the other, after a restless and perhaps sleepless night walks in a sober mood to his counting room, an ticipating with fearful forebodings the insolven ,cy of his customers, or the ill success of a voy . age. With what honest pride aad heartfelt satisfac tion does the fanner look at h's luxuriant fields, his richly laden orchards, and his growing flocks, with the happy assurauco that with every return ing season his substance is increasing, that he is above want, and tar from feelms the fluctuation r of merchandize, or the cinbirrasments of trade. Who, that has seen the hale and vigorous p'oughman, whistling dung as he turns up the lurrow, and has not sighed for the loys of paste ral life? Or, who has enjoyed the privilege of witnessing the internal arrangements of a thrifty farmer's establishment, and observed the care and attention evinced iii all her domestic econo my by his industrious and frugal wife, and has not coveted the happiness and independence of the farmer? Much as the wealth and prosperity of a nation may be advanced and promoted by its commerce and manufactures, still we are con strained to look upon agriculture as its source and foundation. It is absolutely necessary to our existence.' For let men pursue what other business they may, they are still dependent on the fanner for what they eat, drink and wear. And, suppose the former, by way of relaxation, occasionally deviates from his regular routine of duties, and engages a little in horticulture, or the cultivation of the choicer kinds of fruit, will he not be repaid a thousand times for the time and labor bestowed on a few trees, vines or shrubs? And further, will not the appearance of his liouso and " front door yard" be immensely irrv proved; himself and family enjoy a large amcunt of pleasure, and gratification, not to sneak of the frequent lessons of neatness and order which his children would learn by tho cultivation of a few varieties of flower. And will not these silent monitors, which so beautifully remind us that l The hand that made tliem ia divine, " also have a moral tendency, and teach us to look " Through nature up to nature's God." GENERAL AXIOMS. The maxim of Bacon, " Knowledge is power," is never more true than in regard to agriculture. Hence no farmer who docs not avail himself of the fruits of others' experience, and who does not improve his knowledgo by perusing tho a blost works on agricultural subjects, can expect to bo successful. The prejudice of many far mers against agricultural knowledge in a printed : form is absurd. Endeavor to raise good grain, which will sell in years of great plenty whereas, inferior grain pan seldom be sold, except in tunes ot scarcity Let your citile, horses, &c, be of the best sorts, aud more remarkable for real utility than for beauty or fashion. Bo not above your profession, but rather con sider it above all others. . Admit no guests into your house who cannot Jive upon the productions of his own country. No farmer ought to undertake to cultivate more land than he can stock and manage to ad- vantage. It is better to till twenty acres well, than 100 in a slovenly manuer. Owning a large farm is no excuse for imperfect tillage What you cannot improve, do not attempt to cultivate, but allow it to grow up to firewood and timber. Largo pastures may be profitable with no other expense but to keep them clear of bushes. But to run over twenty acres of tillage or mowing land, for what, with good cultivation may be ob laiucd from five, is the extreme of bad husband ry. . A large farm, without skill, Capital, and indus try, is a plague to its owner like sclf-rightcous-ness, tine more you have of it, tho worse off you are. ' ''. "PEAt'li AND PLKXTt!" NEW STORE & NEW GOODS. 4 S. CAXFIELD. be?! leave to ftnnounca la th public that he has opened a new Variety Store, ! hi the room tonuerlv occunied bv ueoree I rut?, on door west of Thus, Hogg's old stand, where he intends keeping constantly on hand a general assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, consisting of Dry Goods. Queensware, Glassware, Hard ware, Groceries, Iron, Nail, Class and Domestic Goods ot every description ; which will be sold on the mo9t ac commodating terms, for Cash or approved country pro duce. No pains will be spared to render entire satis faction to all those who mny think proper to call. Picas call and examine before youpurchase elsewhere. Cadiz, April 18, 1844 CHEAP GOODS For Cash or APPROVED PRODUCE. H4 New Boot and Shoe Establishment. O. John Rea. sW3 K. David Eaton, ICG A EATON T ESPECTFULLY inform the public generally, that It they have purchased the lloot and Shoe establish meiit of Mr. John Phillip, opposite the Jail Buildings, anu immediately under the t-enuncl othec, where they intend carrying on tne above business in all its various brunches. They are dptnrmined that, for neatness and durability, their work shall not be surpassed by that of any omer esiauusnmcnt id tne place, i hey solicit a sluire of public patronage. apr 18 S. & II. McFADDEN. AYIXG made their Fall purchases of Goods du ring ths last month in the Eastern Cities before ihe recent advance in goods They therefore can afford to sell them 20 per ceut 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 at they are anxious to sell cneap to reauce tneir aiocK. August 10th, 1843. uBe sure you're rigid, tfien go ahead." y. SADDLE, HARNESS &, TRUNK MANUFACTORY. A Great Incitement! I. ECKELSON, TAILOR. RESPECTFULLY informs his friends nnd custom ers that he has removed his Tailoring Establish ment to the room formerly cccupied by Miss Bowles, as a Milliner's shop, and directly opposite Hogg & Tip ton's store, wnere lie is prepared to uo worn on tho slior test notice, in the best style, and on the most rensona- ele terms. nor 18. PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!! f rUlE Subscribers will offer to the I public a variety of good ploughs '4 being fitted out with entire new and improved patterns, Crones and a va riety of other kinds The improved Hornet the half patent the new Corn plough all with wrought shares, which they will sell low for cash. aicNUTT & SMITH. Cadiz, Feb, 2d, 1843. REMOVAL CRABB &ROBERTS, TAILORS, RESPECTFUILY inform the citizens ofCadiz.and vicinity, that they have removed to the frame building recently erected by L. P. Milligan, Esq., on Market street, (and directly opposite Messrs. Kilgore & Co's Dry Goods Store,) where Uicy are prepared to do work in a style, which shall not bo surpassed in any other shop in the county. Thnnkful for past favors, they respectfully solicit a continuance of public patronage. N. B. They earnestly request all persons who are in debted to them for work done, more than six months ago, to come forward and settle their respective accounts SAMUEL TIMMONS WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he has removed his shop to the corner brick, opposite Thomas Hogg's old stand, now owned by Ma hood & Grimes. He intends to sell cheaper than the cheapest, anu without a disposition to talk loud, he will sell lor ready pay the cheapest of any other establishment in the western country. Iseel cm tie and Hides will be taken in exchange for work. Come ahead all you who want bargains. apr 4 without further delay. npr 4 FRESH D It U G S AND MEDICINES. r""MIE Subscriber has inst received from the east a fresh supply of Medicines, dyes, paints, oil, &c, which lie proposes selling on as accommodating terms as any establishment of the kind in this section of the country. Persons wishing to purchase articles in his line of business would do well to call nnd examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. JOHN BEALL. Cadiz, Nov. lGth, 1843. Late Arrivals from England. ItOgan $ Kennedy, IMPORTERS nnd wholesale dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Saddlery, it.. No. 129 Wood street. Pitts burgh, respectfully announce to their customers and to Western merchants generally, that they are now receiv ing a largo and splendid assortment of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, $r., all of which has been purchased for cash bv Mr. Ken nedy, on his recent visit to the manufacturing towns of Birmingham and Sheffield, England, and w hich we will sell at very reduced prices, pledging ourselves to meet any i;ur Jbastern competition. Merchants in the habit of visiting the Atlantic cities, are particularly invited to ca NEW SPRING GOODS AT THE CHEAP STORE. J. W. REEItE V Co. TTAVE just received from the Eastern cities a AJL large BOOT AND SHOE STORE. 17 &. W. HAMILTON have a general ' assortment of gentlemen's Boots " Monroes, Shoes and Slippers, and Ladies, W """ Lace Boots, Shoes, Call and Kid Slipjiera. As we man ufitctured them ourselves we warrant them to b good Also, a treat variety of children's shoes. We still con tinue business at the old stand of Thomas Phillips, Esq, opposite the public buildings. ' ap M WESTERN EXCHANGE, Cadiz, Ohio. A. F. CKOSKEV, T TAVING taken the above well known stand in the 11 town of Cadiz, formerly occupied by Mr. Thos. D. Grimes, would respectfully inform his friends, the old natrons ot the establishment, nnd the travelling public generally, that he is prepared to accommodate them, as he believes, to their entiie satisfaction. The House has been thoroughly repaired, new rooms added, and a large rending room attached, where the principal tour- nals of tho day will be regularly received nnd filed. Every endeavour will be made by tho proprietor to add to the comfort of his guests: and ho respectfully so licits and hopes to merit a share of the public patronage. march yy. NEW STORE NEW GOODS. Stcicarl, Jlilligan ? Bennett. fTTVIE undersigned announce to the public that they I nave purchased tne proiieny iornieny occupieu bv Wm. Bennett nnd intend merchandizing permanent ly in Cadiz. The customers of the old house may rest assured that no effort on our part shall be spared to ren der entire satisfaction to all who may be disposed to patronise us. Wo are now receiving New Goods, and are determi ned to sell on the most accommodating terms. Old customers are earnestly solicited to call; and any quan tity of ntte ones are anxiously sought for. JAMES STEWART, WILLIAM MILLIGAN, Opril 4. R. 3. DENNETT. P. S. more details hereatter. S. M. Sc. B. ii. ritLynimm. ecu nr. a and splendid assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which they will sell as cheap if not a little cheaper than any other establishment in the place. Their stock con sists of every variety and description of dry goods, Hard ware, Groceries, Queensware, Glassware ike. also a gen eral assortment of Pittsburgh Manufactured articles. You that want to buy cheapgoods just call at tho cheap store opposite the treasurer's office. npr 11. TAXX.ORZNG. rTTHE subscribers respectfully inform tho public that I they have entered into a partnership under the firm of SNYDER & MALLERNEE, for the purpose of carrying on the above business in nil its various branches, at the old stand of Snyder Ar Moore, where they nre prepared to execute work with neatness nnd dispatch, lor ull who may Invor them with aoall. From long experience in the business, nnd having none but the best of workmen employed, they have no hesitation in saying, that they will give general satis faction. They litive and will continue to keep on hand the most approved fashions. SAMUEL SNYDER, npr 18. EMANUEL MALLERNEE. fM)hV SETTLED ON THE LUNGS. It is a very Vycommon complaint, and can lie immediately rcmo' ved bv Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy. This dis ease produces much sutieiing and distress, and finally becomes alarming on account of its threatening sever ity. Physicians are sent for, aud medicine prescribed, but to no effect; when they at once pronounce tho lungs to bo entirely gone, nnd the case hopeless ; that the patient must die of consumption. In this lingering situation hundreds are left under the mistaken idea ol their disease ("to be Consumption," when it is noth. ine 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 ninny (pronounced) hopeless cases have been restored to per fect health? The reason is very plain and obvious. They commenced using Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy, and when the lungs were not entirely gone, they finally recovered. A fair trial of this medicine will convince all of this fact. Price, $1 per bottle. DAY LIGHT AND FAIR PLAY. HE undersigned respectfully informs the public, thnt he has purchased the LIVERY STABLE, formerly owned by Levi Mallernee. His stock is the hest the eoiintrv can produce, tocether with a trood ns- scrtmcnt of VEHICLES for the conveyance of passen-cers. Persons will bo conveyed to Steubenville, or any of the adjoining towns cheaper than they can be taken by stage. He also runs a mah. SEMI to St. Clairsvillo, (Wednesdays nnd Saturdays.) His terms will be low, persons giving him n call will be attended to in the best style. Stable opposite to the Cadiz Hotel. J. S. MAFFIT. WM. N. MAFFIT, Agent, Cadiz, Nov. 16th, 1843. SAKDS'S NEW FRESH GOODS! PR. K. BROTIIERSON would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that lie has ust returned lroni 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 nnd com ing season. ALSO, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Cotton yarn, Nails, Iron, Sole Leather, window glass, Madder, Indigo, Allurn, &c, tho 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 Steubenville streets, and directly opposite- the pub lic buildings, formerly kept by McReynolds &, Broth erson, where they will find a cheap, well selected, large and handsome assortment of all kinds of goods, suitable to the wants of the community, and that at as cheap a rate as can be had elsewhere. Please call and judge for yourselves. Merchantable country produce will lie re ceived in exchange for goods at the market prices. .'UU1., Xll. OlMl, 101.J. IMPORTANT WARNING TO THOSE WHO NEGLECT A COLD ! It is evident, and decided by the most experienced physiciaus, that CONSUMP TION is mostly encouraged by n neglect of cold nt the first attack. How many persons are there that put off from time to timo procuring a suitable medicine, un til the disease begins to assume a serious character, when in all probability they are past the power of med ical aid. May these lines prove a warning to those afflicted with the first symptoms of CONSUMPTION, that they mny immediately use DR. DUNCAN'S EX PECTORANT REMEDY, which is expressly for d eases of the Respiratory System. It is certain to re move a cough in a few days, at thesame time reliev ing the pain in the side and breast, and arresting the progress of that fatal disease Consumption ! The Ex pectorant Remedy has a decided advantage over all other preparations. It is entirely free from Opium, nnd all other violent Narcotics. It regulates the system, and gives strength to the weak and nervous. For sale at the store of Cadiz, Nov. 16th, 1813. W. B. BEEBE. JEW DAVID'S, OR II E B IS E W PLASTERi riHIS: is becoming one of the most popular mcd I cincs now beloro the public. For reniovlne nil seated pains, such as Rheumatism, pain in the bnck, 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 FEW KECEVr CASES, where it has effected cures. Mr. Sloan of Znnesville, after having suffered with Rheumatism for nine yenrs was cureu uy using me iibUKi!iv rL.ASir;K. Mr. Anderson of Putnam, was troubled for a long time with n lame back, occasioned by overlil'ling, cured by using Ills plaster. A man, (name not recollected,) in Gra tiot, Licking Co., entirely cured of Rheumatism. The following certificate from Mr. Woretell, editor of the Massilon Gnz. and George Miller Esq., of the firm of Keith &. Miller, att'ys., was furnished mo a few days since : Musrilon, Oct. 28th, 1843. Having received much benefit from using the JEW DAVID'S PLASTER, we cheerfully recommend it to the afflicted, believing it to be a valuable medicine for the puijHJses for which it is recommended, J. P. WORSTELL. GEO. MILLER. Many other rcspectublo persons have offered to cire their certificates, but we deem it unnecessary, to add any more at this timo. Those who use it will find it a good medicine. Each box contains sufficient to spread b or 8 large plasters. Price 50 cents per box. For sale in Cadiz by JOHN BEALL, nnd McBEAN Si. WOOD. Also for sale by neents in most of the country towns. jvnn ituuu, Agent lor jut. ricasant. Nov. 16th, 1843. now AND TO KEEP BUTTER FRESH SWEET FOR YEARS. - Among tho rmiss of irifurmalion furnished by tho report of the commission of patents, which is highly interesting to farmers, is an account of a process, hitherto a secret, by which butter may bo kept for years, fresh ami sweet in any climate Most kinds of wood contain considerable riuan- titiea of pryoligeneous acid, which doconiposcs palt in butter kept in such tubs. The liudon or bass wood, is the only one which, it appears by careful experiment, k free from it, othors, it is stated, may be freed from it, and thus rendered suitable, by boiling three or four hours, well pres sed under water. Good butter is to bo well churned, and worked and packed hard and tight in kcr8 of seasoned white oak: the head is then put in, leaving a small holo into which brine is poured to fill the vacant space, and of o much importance is it deemed, to prevent any bad taste, that the plugs for the hole innst not be made of cedar or pine, but of cypress or bass wood, fis otherwise it would bo injured. ; Afier which, these kegs . are placed in a hogshead, well filled with brine of full solution, that will bear an egg, which is then hendod up tight and close , This ia tho'moda pursued in Orange County N. Y., and the butter will keep at sea and in warm cli mates, and commands a vory high price, ihe appendix to the report contains a letter addressed to Mr. Ellsworth, by G. Fox, Esq., a morchaut of Hartford Conn., corroborating llio aliovo. Vm. Enquirer, '; DK. EASTMAN'S CONCENTRATED BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. For the cure of Consumption, Colds, Coughs, pitting ot Blood, Difficul ty of '.Breathing, Pain in tho Breast, Side, and Chest, Bronchittis, Weak ness and that delicate and declining state of health so common before Consumption sets in. T has long been known that the bark of wild cherry possessed great remedial powers in Pulmonnrv and lireast affections. The difficulty hitherto has been to sufficiently concentrate its properties so as to give a quantity tlmt will nflect the system, and at the same time combine with it such other remedial agents us are necessary to make it such a remedy as has long been sought for, nnd which the proprietor now feels assured has been accomplislieu in hi Lonccntniieu linlsam of Wild Cherry. ' Many certificates of cure performed by the use of this Bttlram are in possession of tne proprietor, nnd might be laid before the public, but we think it entirely unneces sary, as we feel confident that a trial of the medicine will he sufficient to remove oil doubts from the minds of the most cretlulou. Price 1 per bottle with full diicctions for use. For sale at the Drug StoreW , JOHN BEALL. . Cndiz, Deo. 81st, 1843. , t C PIECES of broad cloths XJ qualities just received nnd Tor sale very low at ttio cheap store ot assorU'd colon and for sale i J. W. HEEBE it Co. npr 18. nn PS. cassimcres enssinetts and loans of every va t" lietv, just received nnd forsnle low at tliechenp atoro of J. W. BEE1JE Co. npr 18. SARSAPARILLA. THIS unrivalled preparation has performed some ot the most astonishing cures ol diseaKcs that are re corded in the annals of history, thus proving conclu sively it is capable uf filling tho high nun and purpose for which it is designed. Patients suffering for years from various chronic constitutional disorders, aftor try-j ing different remedies, spending thousands of dollars in travelling nuu doctoring, anu suffering all that human nature is capable of enduring, having by the use cf u few bottles entirely recovered their health. Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofula or King's Evil, .Salt lvbenm and Ringworm, Ulcers nnd painful affection of the bones, Ulcerated Throat and Nostrils, Scurvy, Biles, Chronic, .Sore Eves, Blotches and various cutaneous eruptions. are effectually cured by its use. Diseases having their origin in an impure blood and fluids generally will he speedily and effectually removed by tins invaluable medicine, as its operation is peculiar, and consists in removing the cause of disease by entering into the cir culation and passing through tho general system. Where obstruciions to its favorable operation exist, they are removed as it passes along the alimentary ca nal; hence the patient will know and feel the sensible operation of the Sursnparilla from its curative powers. The proprietors are daily receiving orders from the medical profession, the clergy, officers of jestice, nnd numerous private citizens, ample and willing testimo ny, both written nnd veibal, to the superior value and ellicaey ol tins preparation, lo the poor.it is lunushed gratuitously, on sufficient prool being lurmsheu ol their worthiness. The following certificates from individuals who have suffered with Scrofula in its very sevcrest.form, are mi sented for the careful perusal of the nlllicted. Essnx, Conn., July 25, 1843. Messrs. Sunds Gent. About eight years since, by being overheated and directly after exposed, I was sei zed with a severe cold, which deranged the whole sys tem. I'urple or livid spots appeared on the skin, at tended with violent pain of the head ; the symptoms be- alarmine, a physician was called who prescribed blistering and leeching, which produced partial re lief. Hard bony lumps liirmed under tho skin on various parts of the body, and tho Doctor pronounced my compluint hereditary Scrofula now for the nrst time developed. 1 he lollowing winter my sight failed in both eyes, medical aid was again resort ed to, wnich relieved my sight during the summer, my nose now began to increase in size and the yvhole body rapidly enlarged with a dropsical swelling. The nose even grew very sore and discharged most profusely the most loathsome substance. My whole system was in. volved in disease, the lumps softened and discharged freely, producing great debility ; ulcers now broke out on tlie legs, and to complete my misery, the muscle and sinews contracted so that I was rendered hclplcsi I remained with little change in this condition until last October, when I was suddenly seized with an indescri bable sensation which rendered mo nearly unconscious, and my friends supposed it was the will of kind Provi dence to rid me ol my sulterings, but iroiu this 1 recov ered onlyio suffer on ; the ulcors had become one con tinuous sure enUrely rnw. It was in this condition I commenced the use of your invaluable Sarsnparilla, which I was induced to use from the many remarkable cures I saw published. It came to meassorno guardian angel nnd lean scarce ly tell whv. vet from the moment I heard it mentioned I was impressed fully with the belief that this was to be the Good Samaritan for me nnd truly it bus wrought wonders in my case. After using it a few days mv pains grew easier, the swelling of the body nnd the limbs went down, the ulcers commenced healing, and I rested well. Alter suflenng every thing but the nains of death, how happy am I and how grateful do I feci to be able to add another testimonial to the efficacy of your priceless Snrsaparilla! iviy ncnitn is restored, ana i nave waiKed lour miles without inconvenience. I superintend my family af fairs, nnd in fact feel almost like being in a now world. I am induced to make this public acknowledgment from a deep sense of duty to you as a means in tlie hands of God of restoring a fellow mortal from a pre mature eravo. Lamrunce is inndctiuato to exnreim mv feelings. May the Lord be with you, and make his face toshino uxin you, is the sincoro desire of your much obliged and deeply indebted friend. To the af flicted I would say. Do not despair j for however des pcrnte your cai-o mny be, you surely have an antidote nt hand viz: bands's f?BSArARiu.A. irust to no eth er, however greut their pretensions. MONISSA SIMMONS. Middlesex Co. so. Esskx, Conn. July 25, 184.1. Personally nnnearcd the abova named Monlssn Sim. mono, nnd mm In oath to the facts contained In tho fure- goint: statement before me. GORDON SMITH, Justice of lite Peace. We the subscribers, being personally acquainted widi Mrs. Monissa Simmons do not hesitate to say tlmt we consider the nliovo statement ol tier case substnnually 11UC U1IU UllllUlU MJ ,71lltuvil.'l. V Rf.i'bf.n Post, Deacon Bnp't. C . I. Him. IIavokn, Merchant. C. Grkkkm'.ap, Ser. Dentist. A. V. VVhitti-kmokk, P. M. JOHN BEALL, Jljiml. ly tpcr.ial appmnlmtni of tlie prrniricton,for Cadiiand nninti. ggu jij,li"J . ;j .iii; wing J4.JV 1 DR. DITJVCAN'S EXPECTORANT REMEDY, FOR GBMSBBtfPTflGSlB Colds, Coughs, Spitting or BIoo4i 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. TsEWARE of Consumiition. We behold many wl 3 unfortunately are tho object ol disease; home down by its pain and distress without a medicine to strengiii' en and soothe the enfeebled frame, or relieve the poi soned mind. Kind Providence lias caused Nature to produce a llenlliiir Bahii for all living Creatures, par tieularly the afflicted. He then, whose labors have been so successful to discover the Medicinal Agent for dio removal and cure of a disease which seems tor ages to have defied the powers of the healing art, should be regarded hi the light of n public benefactor. Tho proprietor of Dr. Duncan's EXPECTORANT REMEDY claims this, substantiated by thousands who are living monuments restored from a bed of sick ness to the enjoyment of their dearest friends and again rendered ornaments of society. Those who suffer with the premonitory symptoms of CONSUMPTION, should not neglect themselves from time to time, until the disease becomes seated, and rendered beyond the control of medicine, but immedi ately procure Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy, a medicine that is certain to remove nil the first evil seeds of Consumption, when used indue season. A fresh supply just received at the store of Cadiz, Nov. 1G, 1843, W. B. BEBEE. S. W. BOSTWICK, ATTOKSEY AND COISSEIXOK AT LAW, WILL continue to practice in Harrison and tne adjoining Counties. - ft-Office opposite tne puuuc oiiice. August, 18th, 1842. CUMMINS & HARPER. ATTORXEYS, AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW And Solicitors in Chancery. ALL professional business entrusted to their care in counties of Harrison, Jefferson, Belmont, Monroe, Guernsey, Tuscarawns, Coshocton, Holmes, Carroll, Slnrlr mid Wnvnp. will hn fniihfullr attended to. Office on Strvbenmlle Slrr.tl,apponU we pwmc ouuumS: J. 1. CUMMliN!, Aew niuaaeqmxa, LECKY HARPER, Cadiz. Cadiz, June 15, 1843. tf. E. M. STANTON S. G. PEPPARD WEEKLY STANTON 5t PEFFARD Attorneys at Late 4 Solicitors f ? in Chancery, WILL practice law in the courts of Harrison eoun ty Business intrusted to them will receive their united attention. Office opposite James McNutt's Hotel. Cadiz, Feb. 2d, 1843. T. L. JEWETT, ATTORNEY AT L AAV, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, CADIZ OHIO. Office in Public Buildings, next door east of tlie Treas urer'1 s Office.. Dec. 21st, 1843. M. II. URQUIIART, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. OFFICE, next door west of Thomas Hogg's store, corner room, up Btairs. Cadiz, May 18th, 1813. LAW PRACTICE !VT 'riM B'liaililKS- IlfiVfi A W. IlIOKBIsOJI, Attorney and Counsellor lV -SL 111 a. maMa;i vi milE Subscriber informs his old customers and the I nublic cenernllv that, at his old shop in Cadiz. thev can purchase lower than has ever been offered west of the Ohio, any article in his line. lie keeps constantly on hand, COPPER KETTLES all sizes, 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. at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollice,- little west of the Office of the Crisis, in the house former ly occupied by G. W. Chapman, Esq. tarrollton, npr its sitarg A. G. DIMMOCK, ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Millorsburg, Holmes conntv. Ohio, will attend faithfully to all business entrusted to his care, in the counties of Holmes, yv ayne, hnox, Coshocton and Tuscarawas. Collections in any part ot the state promptly attend ed to. Refer to J. B. Bratton, Esq., Harriehurg, Pa. James M. Brewster, Esq., Railway, N. J. James Coddington, Canal street, N. Y. -E. A. Bradley, Eagle st. Buffalo. Philo Scoville, Cleveland, O. N. M. Standard. do. Editor of Sentinel, Cadiz, O. ap 25 3m Milliner & Mantua Making Business. JOHN '. 11LAIK, BRUSH MANUFACTURER, np 18 120, wood street, Pittsburgh. "T IS. RliEY & Co., Commission and Forwar 1VI dine Merchants, Wholesale Grocers and deal ers in Produce, 3!) Water street, Pitts'gh. np4 Miss. JANE SCOTT, rTAKES this method of informing the Indies of New I Athens and vicinity, thnt she has taken a room in the house occupiod by Mrs. Grimes, on Maine street in the town of NEW ATHENS, where she will cany on the above business in all its va rious branches. Having taken instructions from one long and amply experienced in the business, she trusts she will be able to render general satisfaction. She is determined to spare no pains in sedulously striving to please, both as to insluon, immunity and neatness ol workniaiiBlup, all who mny tavor her with their patron age, a liberal share of which she hopes to merit and re ceive. March 14,1844. AL. FRAZER, Bookseller, Stationer, Agent for Periodicals and Book Binder, Market street, Steubenville. ap 4 T NOTICE. rnniiE first and last call? nil those I indebted to mo in nnv yvav are rcotiestcd to come forward immediately and settle the same ns no longer indulgence will or can be given. Those who neglect thiB call may depend on the consequences. Feb. 8th, 1844. , JOHN PHILLIPS. ANTED, 10,01)0 lbs. Roll Butter, bun " reamers, 1000 bush . d ry Apples, 1000 " Peaches, 500 " Flaxseed, 1000 " Corn, 1000 Oats, 500 " Rye, For which the highest market price will be paid on delivery at the store ot Feb. 15th, 1814. MAflOOD &. GRIMES. TRAVELS in the Californins, and Scenes in the Pa cific Ocean, by Thomas J. Fnrnhnn, author of tra vels in Oregon, &,c, just received by A. L.TRAZER,' Steubenville. ap4 MISS LESLIE'S French Cookery, comprising two hundred recipes for domestic cookery, at ap 4 A. Lt. r BAZEit's, fctcubenva 1 .ECLECTIC SCHOOL BOOKS. I he entire series i can now be had at the publisher's prices, at the cheap book store of A. L. FRAZER, Stcubv'e. ap 4 SANDER'S SERIES. The reader and speller of this excellent series of school books can be hud at np 4 I UAill.ll'0, Eueuu-e. WEBSTER'S Elementary Speller, an elegant edi tion just received at i razor's cheap book store, Steubenville. nl' BOLTING CLOTHS. A new and extensive as sortment of German and English Bolting cloths, No. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, just received and for sale at East ern prices by MAHOOD & GRIMES. July ati, IB 4 J. ; FC RNITURE prints, Berlin, Buck and Cotton gloves Fancy Cap Ribbon, Irish Linen, inserting, Quil ling, Edging, Lisle thread and Cotton Lace, Cambric muslin, Jackonats &c. &c. Nov. 2d ,1843. MAHOOD Si, GRIMES. SHOES! SHOES!! A splendid assortment of ladies Shoes aud gaitersjust received and for sale March ill, 1814. maiiwij or, HATS a large assortment of Gentlemen's fur hats from $3,00 to 4,00 for sale by March 21, 1844. juahuujj ol uimvicrc. . NEW ESTASLISnBIEUT. T iUnlioori X T. D. Grimes have coinmen- I . ced the Mercantile business in the stand lately :.wl l,.r X, W., .!...-,. tl.i.tr littMl.. thf.tr ui.lll.li;u ujf up , ...w ........ !:.,, ;.,,! ..,! 1 iendsand the nublic generally, to call and examine an miiunui win-j """" J""1 " V:. . . ,T their stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they are do- at the cheap Btore of tonuiucd to sell as low as any establishment in tne nlnce. MAHOOD & GRIMES, r euruary , ie-w. NEW WHOLESALE DRY GOODS STORE, No. 133 Wood street, Pittsburgh. "r EGOLF is now opening an entire fresh stock ot JLf X Foreign anil Uomcshc JJry uoous, in tne oiore $5000 REAVARD. This reward has been offered and is now renewed to nn in definite length of time, to any one, professional or pri vate, who will snow to tne sausiiicuon oi iweive ruspeu tnble citizens, that Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy has ever foiled to do what the proprietor claimed it would dor . The chore medicine is recommended for Consump tion, colds, coughs, spitting of blood, difficulty of breath ing, pain in the side,breast nnd chest, whooping cough, and all diseases of tho Liver and Lungs as being tliobest remedy extant, entirely free from opium or its spiritual nrcnurntions. which is the mnin ingrcdionts in the nu merous quack nostrums, pnhned'upon the community by unprincipled persons, regaruiess oi tne great injury nicy should know such mixtures always produce. Dr. Dun can's Expectorant Remedy is entirely tree ol opium, and all otlicr violent narcotics, anu mny db useu wuu per fect safety by all, under any circumstances. For sale at the store of W. B. BEEBE. Cadiz Nov. lGth, 1843. . room recently occupied ny u. riizsimiuons, ii itni. floor n hovn H. Childs &. Co's warehouse. Theso goods have been purchased in the oast for cash, anil will bo sold at a sman uuvanco on cuoiem prices, for either cash or upproved paper. Mnrchnnrs visitinir our city will find it to their advnn tace to call and examine the stock before making their . nr . purchases. p xouan (VVDELAYS ARE DANGEROUS. Among thoJ many medicines set forth to cure Consumption or 4i eases of the Lungs, DR. DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT REMEDY, stands foremost. Public confidence bns given it a preference above all others for the wonderful cures it daily performs. In all diseases of tho Icings, Chest, nnd Liver, there is no medicine among the hun dreds beloro tho public, that will remove mucous from thnair cells, and cnnmilalcd masses of matter which lino the trachea and impedes the jierspiration but Dr. Duncan's Exnectornnt Remedy. This medicine strengthens and imparts vigor to ull the organs through out the Lungs, and enables them to throw out all the ,i,.n,oiUr. wl.;..!. lii.il imne.le.l their free operations and subjected them to disease. Colds, .Coughs, Asth ma, Bronchitis, difficultyof brenthing.snitting of Blood, Hectic Fever, Night sweats nnd ull other approaching symptoms of Consumption, uso Dr. Duncan's Expecto rant Remedy in time, and you will be certain to have nil those evil seeds driven from your system, and your life saved. ' Principal offica No. 13 North Eight street, riuludel pIlHl. For sale at tho Store of ; yV. B. Bt-CliE. Cadiz, Nov, ICth, 1843. .: 4 snlendid assortment of ransols, sun shades, dum- f ty collars, rosets. Artificial Flowers, gimps and J. W. BEEBE & Co. npr 18. NOS. 1 anil 2, of Harper's Illuminated and new Pic torial Bible, Just received und for sale nt Steubenville npr 11. FRAZER'S. 600 of LBS. Solo Leather of a superior quality just received and for sale low at the cheap store J. W. BEEBE &, Co. apr. 25. 25 DOZ. Mens and Boys, Leghorn, Palm leaf and Willow hats just received and lor sale unusually Esq., and low ut the cheap store of J. W. BEEBEE & Co. WESTERN EXCHANGE HOTEL, Antl Stage office ly Carrollton.O npr 18. R. H. LEGGET. If EW ARRANGEMENT -g r DOZ. Leghorn, Braid, Struw and Cyprus Bon I U netts, iust received and lbrsalo at prices to suit the times at the cheap store of J. W. BEEBE &. Co. f PIECES muslin de lanes, bnlzarines Lace or i Y3 eandines nnd Lawns of new styles, just received and for sale low at the cheap store of ' apr 18 j. w liiMiic. a. iO. BRANDE'S Encyclopedia cf Science, Literature and Art j Ures' Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines, for sale at tKAZ&U'CS may 8 ; Steubenville. 4f PIECES summer stuffs of every style and quality I I inat received nnd for sale as low as the lowest at the cheap store of J. W. BEEBE 6c Co. apr 18. ffff YDS. Brown and Bleached muslins just OUvlvf received and for sale low at the cheap store of J. W. BEEBE & Co. apr 25. WEAVERS REEDS, A large assortment just re ceived and for sale by March 7, 1844. MAHOOD &GK1MJU5. COFFEE, Java, Lnguira, Marucoibo, Rio and St. Domingo, some kinds lOlbs, for one dollar, al fresh Teas for sale at S. & II. McFADDEN'S. August 10th, 1843. j K pieces of English and American prints as low as at any otner otore, at Sept. 7th, 1843. P. R. K. BROTIIERSON. Stone Cutting, riIIANKFUL for past favors, the subscriber takes .JL this method of informing tho public that ho still continues to carry on the above business in tne snop lately occupied by Bcdwell Sc. Hucbener, Cadiz Ohio, where all orders for - HEAD AND FOOT STONES.MONU . M ENTS, Ac, will be promptly attended to, on the most reasonable .... . ..rm;DT'P IlllI.Mll'MT.'l) Cadiz, May llth,1843. P. S. As I have made mv arrangements to leave Ca diz, in tho Spring, nil those who want any thing in my li no ol business will do well to cull soon. Feb. 29, 1844. ; . E. T. II, "CALICOES, Ginghams, Crape, Delanes, Shawls, J Hdkffs, Sen. MAHOOD &, GRIMES, Cadiz, Wov. 2d. 1843. - SPANISH SOLE LEATHER, 1000 pounds Hemlock and Oak tanned Spanish leather, for sale low by ; nilo- 1(1 IRl.-l ' A II Met AUVaSS. SILK Fringes, Thread laces. Gimps, Edgings and Insertions, a treat variety of colors and prices, for sale cheap by August 1U, 1043. o. ot, n. muraiujjii. GROCERIES, a fresh assortment just received and for sale low, March 7, 1844. JtfAHOOD Sc. GRIMES. p f pounds of Feathers of a good quality want- j j ea unu me iiigiiiim imco imm. sept. 7, 1843. P. R. JC BROTIIERSON.