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" Thorn who labor in the earth are the chosen people of God, if ever he had a chosen people, whcue heart he bti made bis peculiar depwite lor wtbstantiul and gen uine virtue." Jefferson's Aij(r oh r irginia. A IMPORTANT FACTS IN AGRICULTLTIF. A spot of land which, when pastured upon will yield tufficienily only for one head, will abun dantly maintain four head of cattle in the stable, if the crop be mown at a proper lime, and given to the cattle in proper order. The soiling yields at least three times the quantity of manure from the same number of cattle, and the best and mo9t efficacious summer mnnute is made in tho stable. and carried to the fields at the most proper peri-1 fulfil US fprmontitinn Tio rnttliv nhoii liaori to soiling will yield a much greater quantity of milk, una increase faster in weight whle fatten ten-! ing, than when thev roam the fields and are less i r liable to accident do not suffer by the heat, flics, or insecls, and are not affected by the weather, escaping also many disorders to which cattle al ways abroad are liable. Each head of cattle fed in a, stable, if plentifully littered, yield annually sixteen large double cartloads of manure. Let manure be spread as soon as possible afier carting. When rotted or fermented irnnure is applied, let it thoroughly be mixed with the soil as soon as possible.. ' Ploughing heavy soil when wet, does more in jury than if the teams were standing idle. In ploughing green sward deeply, the furrows must always, at least, be one half wider than deep, or else the sod cannot turn well. Musty Grain is made sweet by putting it in boiling water, (double the quantity of grain,) let ting it cool in the water, and then dry it well; skim the water. A single weed may draw out the nourishment that would have given fulness to half a dozen ears. To be free from taxes is far less inipor tant than to be free from weeds. Barley seeds may be freed from oats intermix ed, by pouring water upm it, when the oats wil float, and m:iy be skimmed off. Preserve leached or uuleached ashes, which have accumulated during the winter, to be appli ed to corn in the nil or row. Far. Guz. TO PREVENT SHEEP CATCHING COLD Sheep are sometimes exposed to cold wiuils and rains immediately afior shearing, which ex posure ofien hurls them. Those farmers who have access to the sea should plunuo them into salt water; those who do not have that opportu nity, and whose flocks are not very large, may mix salt with water and rub them all over, which will in a groat measure pievent any m'shap be falling the animal, after having been stripped of j its coat. It is very common in ths months of June and July forsomo k'nds of sheep, especially ihe fine Lexester breed, which are commonly thin skin ned about the head, to bo struck w'th a kind ol fly, and by scratching tho place with their feet they make it soro and raw. To prevent tlrs, take tar, train oil and salt, boil them together, and when cold, pjt a little of it on the part affec ted. This application keeps off tho fl;es and likewise heals the sore. The salt should be in very small quantity, or powdered sulphur may be used instead of it. SUCKEItlNG CORN. After a trial of five years, I have satisfied my self that irreparable injury h done the corn by pulling off the suckers. I think that in conse quence of the wounds inflicted upon the growing plant, the crops of fodder and corn are both great ly diminished. I will cite one year's experience, 1840. My corn was planted four and a half by five feet, and two stalks allowed to remain in the hill. In July, it was not unusual to see four suckers on many stalks. I directed twenty rows through the middle of the field to bo suckered; balance left with all the suckers on; at gathering time many of the stickers had each a full ear on them, growing from the side of tho stalk, many of tho parent-stalks producing two large ears. Tha suckered produced no more than the un suckered parent-stalks; the latter furnished me an additional quantity of both grain and fodder. Southern planter. JLAUGII AND GROW FAT. An apothecary's boy was lately sent to leave at one house a box of" pills and at another six live fowls. Confused on the way, ho left the pills where the fowls should have gono, and the fowls to the pill place. The folks who received tho fowls were astonished at reading the accom panying direction, swallow one every two hours. An Irish tailor made a gentleman's coat and waistcoat too small, and had orders to take them home and let them out. Some days after the gentleman enquiring for his garment, was told by the tailor, that the coat and waistcoat happen ed to fit a countryman, he had let them out at eighteen pence a week. Col. C , who was over head and ears in debt, when stationed at the Tower, was told bv his servant, that a person wanted to see him on particular business. Requiring a description of nis visitor, tne reply was " A man of color. "Oh, say no more," said the Colonel, ' I know what color it is a dun. " A young gentleman who does not live a thou sand miles from this city, was in the act of pop ping the question to a youne lady the other eve ning, when, just at tho witching time, her father entered me room and enquired what they were anout. -uh, promptly replied tho fair one, Mr. , was just explaining the principles of annexation to me, and he is for immediate annex ation." "Well, " said Papa, if you can agree on a treaty, I'll ratify it." , " May it please your honor," said a lawyer yes terday, addressing one of the city Judges. " I I l ! r .i . . uruugm uio prisoner irom tne jail on a habeas corpus." , " There's a good one!" said a fellow in an un dertone, who stood in tho rear of the court, "I'm blowed if I didn't see him come here in a cab!" An old woman who on looking in her glass, found it too faithfully reflected her sunken eyes, wrinkled face, and faded complexion, said "they do not make mirrors now as true as they used to do." . A bellman of a seaport, not one huudred miles from Whitby, in announcing a teetotal meeting to be held in the Temperance Hall at that place, said that the meeting would be addressed by six females u who had never spoken before. " We see that " pantaletu " are now beautifully and politely termed shin-curtains. Why is a benevolent man like a car horse? ' JBecatiea he stops at tho sound owoe. Pa, is a dilemma a tame animal? Why Bob, a dilemma is not a beast, but a peculiar kind of fix, that people set into sometimes' Well, Pa, the paper says here, you can take either horn of the Pilemma," : , , . .. . NhW STORE &NEW GOODS. Come farmer jar, tome neighbors nigh. Prat call Bad set irAa( you can buy. j. r. ivqon I S now receiving and openimr, (in the room formerly occupied by J. Stewart.) direct from the Eo6tern Lilies, a large aud well (elected assortment of Spring: and Nimmer Goods, including a variety of fancy arti cle!, all of which will be sold at reduced prices. His stock consists in part of the following articles. Broad Clo'.hg assorted co Bleached k bro. muslins, Holland, Black muslin, Irish Linen, Linen handkerchief. Lawns, Calicoes, Furniture prints, Silks and Satins, lors and prices, Cassi'roercs, Satu'netts, Tweed cloth, Jeans, Summer clolha. Linen drills, cotton drills. Bodticking, Alpaccas, 'Mlizauiies. Bonnet silk; superior ar tides. Mouslindelaines, Mennoes, Leghorn, braid k straw bonnets. Braize de Laines, Ginghams, Gloves, Mils k Hosiery lanncls, white and red, of ev every description, Blue drillings. Silk rocket H'dk'ls, Blnck silk cravats. Black satin stocks, Apron Check, Cti rubric Muslins, Umbrellas, Parasols, etc. Laces, Edgings etc, And in fact almost every article that can be found in nnv Drv Good store west of the mountains. Persons wishing to purchase a great many goods for a small amount of cash, are requested to cull at the store of J. P. Wood, where he will ever be found ready and willing to accommodate all who may see proper to lavor him with a call. IfyAll kinds of country produce tnken nt the high est market price iu exchange for Goods and groceries. may x-s. Latest Arrival New Style of Goods, S. & II. McFADmiN 4 RE just leceiving a splendid Stock of SPRING dXD SUMMER GOODS, purchased within tlie last twenty dnvs iu the Eastern cities, at from 10 to 15 per cent, lower than those who made their purchases early, consequently they aio ennobled to olisr to the putmc later ttyies anil cheaper goods. J he public anu their fiiends a;e solicited to call and examine their stock before purchasing clecwheie. may 8. I'rolmtc Administrator's tV Ciiuirdiau's JNoliec. The State of Ohio,) Hunison County, ss: c;prA'j OJtce Mau23d,. D. WW. N' TOTICE is hcieby givpn that the accounts and vouchers on the following estates for settlement and allowance, were presented at and previous to ihe last Term of the Court of Common Pleasol'said county, and suspended under the Statute in Euch case mudc mid pro vided to wit : Nathan Johnson, Administrator of the estate of Adam tatteral tlec'd. , David Thompson, Guardian of Harrison Cox. GeonreMiambuugh, Guaidian ofCntharine Hendricks imu others Thomas Fisher, Executor of the last will and Testament of Georue I islier, dee'd Jacob Parkinson, and James Leech, Executors of the last will and Testament oi'Thomas Parkinson dpe'd. George Cook, Administrator with the will annexed of i-leanor Davis, dee'd Townsend T. Larkin, Guardian of Daniel AV. Richiaon Kebecca Grimes, Guardian of William and Martha Jane t-Trimes, J ames Brown, Administrator of the estate of John Brown dee'd. Martha E.Grimes, Executor of the last will and Testa, merit of Joseph Grimes, dee'd. Vaid accounts and vouchers are on file in the Cierks office at Cadiz in said county of Harrison, and state afore said, subject to the examination of all persons interested. wiucn wuiDc anoweaanu approver! at the next term of saiu -ouri unless exceptions thereto be tiled. THOMAS C. VINCENT, Clerk. I7VAMILY Medical Library. A treatise on thepr ventron and cure of diseases, by regimen and sir e- pie remedies j revised and enlarged, with the edition of sim, a vegetnnle materia medica, pointing out the virtues. preparation ana doses ol our most valuable native med, icai plants, nnd an outline of anatomy and phisiolory illustrated with 100 ensravmes, G of which are colored, at A L. FJRAZER'S, Steubcnville. mav 22. ENCOURAGE Western Literature. Ned Buntlien's Maeazint, No. 1, Vol. 1, May 1844. The first number of this Western excellent monthly is received. i wo aouors a year only, tuorcnptions received by may 2i. A. L. FUAZER, Steubonvil'le. BULLETIN of Cheap Books. Life, trial, and con versations of Robert Emmet; Red Mary, or the Pacific ; Complete Florist, a manual for gardening, con taining practical instruction for the management of green house plants,and for the'cultivationofshrubery, flowers. &.C, &,c.;the National Airs; Legendary Ballads, &c, ot'Thos. Moore; Drawing Room Library,No. 3;Camp bell's Foreign Semi-monthly Magazine for April; Rich- eneu, a ploy in 5 acts, by E. W. Bulwer ; Shakespeare, ofHewet's (ine illustrated edition; Whimsand Od- No. 2 dities. bv Thos. Hood: Hunchback of Nntrn T)nmn hv Victor Hugo ; Studen t at Paris ; Arthur, by Sue, for sale at i KAitlt'S Chean Book Store. may 8 Steubcnville. JEW DAVID'S. OR II E B K W PLASTER. rinHIS is becoming one of the most popular medi I cincs now before the public. For removins nil 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, hut will simply mention a FEW RECENT CASES, where it has effected cures, Mr, Sloan of Zanesville, after having suffered with Rheumatism for nme years was cureu uy using me nr.UKc,w riiASTK. Mr. Anderson of Putnam, was troubled for a long time with a lame back, occasioned by overlifting, cured by using this plaster. A man, (name not recollected.) In Gra tiot, Licking Co., entirely cured of Rheumatism. The following certificate from Mr. Worstell. editor of the Massilon Gnz. and George Miller Esq., of the firm of ir-t.L. . ii-ii ..... j.i, neiui at, miner, uu-ys., was lurnisnea me a lew days online . Massilon, 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 purposes for which it is recommended. J. P. WORSTELL. GEO. MILLER. Many other respectable persons havo offered to give uieir ceruucaies, out we oeem 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 6 or 8 large plasters. Price 50 cents per box. For sale in Cadiz by JOHN BEALL, and McBEAN &. WOOD. Also for sale by agents in most of the country towns. JOHN HOGG, Agent for Mt. Pleasant. Nov. lfith, 1843. CASH FOR FLAXSEED. The highest market J price will be paid in cash for any quantity of flax seed if delivered soon at the store of may 22 J. P. WOOD "VTEW VOEUME OF GRAHAM ! The July No. 1 commences a new volume of Graham's Magazine The publisher promises to improve hi most popular magazine. $3 per year, and will be delivered without charge of postage, by june 5. A. L. FRA7.ER, G. P, Agent. MAGAZINES FOR JUNE! National, Grahams, and Lady' Book, can bo had at tho subsorip nun price by the single number nt june 5. FRAZER'S, Steubenville, ILLUSTRATED Shakspeare No. 6,Scatsfield No. 4; Mysteries of London No. 4 ; False Prince, and a host of other cheap reading nt . , ' june 5. FRAZER'S, Stenbenville. BONNET Trimmings, acknowledged very pretty, very good and very cheap at the new store of may 23. , , J, P. WOOD. i New Boot and Shoe Establishment If o. K. Jons Re. David Eaton. It C I V EATON T ESPECTFULLY inform the public generally, that la. ther havemirchiisrd the Boot and Shoe establish ment of Mr.John Phillips, opposite the Jail Buildings, and immediately under the Sentinel office, where they intend carrying on the above business in all iu various brnuches. 1 hey are uetemuneu that, lor neatness and durability, their work shall not be surpassed by that ol'T, Tk i7 . . t 1 sr.. J . wrhnnt further cielnr. aor 4 CUTl iilillTjit limit iui lfCUlIlttJB HHU any other establishment it in me piucc. i nej soucii a snare ol puouc patronage. apr 18 A Great Excitement! I. ECKELSON, TAILOR. RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and custom ers that he has removed his Tailoring Establish ment to the room formerly cccupied by Mirs Bowles, as . v.-ii i i ,i' .1 . ir n- a rujiiiner'B suop, unu uirecuj opposite nogg oc lip ton's store, where he is prepared to do work ou the shor test notice, in the best style, and on the most reasona- ele terms. apr 18. TLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!! rTHE Subscribers will offer to the J. public a variety of good ploughs being ntteu out witn enure new and improved patterns, Ciancs and n 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. fflc.M IT fir. SMITH, Cadiz, Feb, 2d, 1843. Late Arrivals from England. LiOgan 4 Kennedy, T MPORTERS and wholesale dealers in Hardware, l Cutlery, Saddlery, 4c, No. 129 Wood street, Pitts burgh, resjicctfully announce to their customers and to v estern merchants generally, lhat they are now receiv ing a large anu splendid assortment ol HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Sec, all of which has been purchased for cash by Mr. Ken nedy, on his lecent visit to the manufacturing towns of UmiunRham and Micllield, Lnglatid, and which we will sell nt very reduced prices, pledging ourselves to meet any fair Eastern competition. Merchants in the habit of visiting the Atlantic cities, are particularly invited to call. Pittsburgh, Feb. 29 ap 4 "Be sure you're right, then go ahcad.'', SADDLE, HARNESS & TRUNK MANUFACTORY. t.u1. -5i .at', i;l WW",";!. ,a-.WwW. SAMUEL TIMMONS OULD 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 Mahood &. Grimes. He intends to sell cheaper than the cheapest, and without a disposition to talk loud, he will sell lor ready pay the cheapest of any other establishment in the western country. Beef cat tle and Hides will be taken in exchange for work. Come ahead nil you who want bargains. apr 4 WESTERN EXCHANGE, Cadiz, Ohio. A. F. CROSKEY, IT AVING taken the above well known stand in the town of Cadiz, formerly occupied by Mr. Thos. D. Grimes, would respectfully inform his friends, the old patrons ol the establishment, nnd the travelling public generally, that he is prepared to accommodate them, as he believes, to their entire satisfaction. The House has been thoroughly repaired, new rooms added, and a large reading room attached, where the principal jour nals of the day will bo regularly received nnd filed. Every endeavour will be made by the proprietor to add to the comfort of his guests; and he respectfully so licits and hopes to merit a share of the public patronage. march 28. 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office J at Cadiz, O., on the 1st of July, 1844: A Houscr Susanna Mrs 2 Alleu Reuben Harris Harmon Andrus Selh M Hoavlin Adam Auid Alexander Hilton Margaret Jane Atkinson George Esq SHawley L J Atkinson James Adams Matthew B Johnson George Jamcison Alexander Jones Isaac Jurdcn Ann Miss Borden Susan Branson Abraham Bartow Pliebe or ElijahJaracs William Dr Burton Leo K Bennett John JCellv Rebecca Bakewell Sarah Ann MrsKezor David Bhaden Sumuel M Kent William L Lambing L E Lyons & Moore 2 Lesh John Litle Samuel Lee Reuben Lamaster Isaac M MTadden Samuel Mahood Martha Miss Martin George 2 M'Cullough Robert Murry Joseph Mitchell Morrison C Case Erastus Crawford Josiah Cluts Ceorge Cassell Elizabeth Clark Arnall Conn P B Carson Elijah Craig Johnson Caldwell RR Carotliers John Conaway Moses Crabb &. Gray Caskcy John Campbell John T 2 Campbell John Chalianl Mary J Miss D Dugan Susan Dewey Silas II Dunlavy James Divine Mary Miss Dugan William Divine Joseph E Edwards John F Frater John G Mcndenhall Alexander Moran John Maholm James Maffet William N O Ospur Moses P Paxton Robert Perry James Pugh Jessee R Rutledgo Ellen Robinson C. F Russell S A Rood Robert Miss S Sharp John 2 Stubbins M Stono Rachel Ann Smith John Given Eliza Jane Green Lemuel Gray William P Grove I ranees Green John Greor Hannah Mrs Gatchell Hiram II Harrison Dr Ilanna Levi Ilickcrman Eli as Heavlin Samuel 2 Hargrave Joseph Hamilton John Hill John Ilooblcr Jacob Hoofrrtan John Ilinen Isaac Scott John Speer William T Tedrow Washington Urquhart E J Miss W Wells Thomas Warfol Charles General Woods Nathan Watts Ann Y Yarnall George JOHN BEALL, P. M. The latest Arrival and Clieapcst Goods at the STORE Or MAHOOD & CRIMES. Clall and nee for yourselves, where they J have just received a most splendid and extensive assortment ol Spring and Summer goods, which they of fer to the public on the most accommodating terms, nay 29. M.1G, A splendid assortment of Parisols, sun shades, di'mi. jTjL, ty collars, roseta. Artificial Flowers, gimpe and all kinds of (hncv goods iust received and dr sale low atthe chnp store of J. W. BEEBE & Co. apr 18. REHOVAI CRABB &TrtOBERTS, TAILORS, TJ ESPECTFUl LY inform the citizens of Cadiz, and J V vicinity, that they have removed to the frame I . Duiimng recently ereciea ny i r. S. on . lars;et street, (anu oirecx y oppoi.e ira. aiigore Co's Dry Goods Store,) where ihey are prepared to do work in a style, which shall not be surpassed in any other shop in the county. Thankful 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 . - .Mf J FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES. f TlirE Subscriber has just received from the east a I X fresh supply o( Medicines, dyes, paints, oil, 6lc, j winch ne proioses selling on as accommouuung icrms as any establishment ot tne Kinu in mis Becuon oi ine country. Persons wishing to purchase articles in his line of business would do well to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. T-UTTXT Y,T". ITT JU1U 11LALU Cadiz, Nov. 16th, 1843. NEV7 SPRING GOODS AT THE CHEAP STORE. J. AV. II EE BE Co. TT AVE just received from the Eastern cities a large JL JL and splendid assortment ol SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which thev will sell ns chean if not a little chenoer than any other establishment in the place. Their stock con- eisis of every variety nnd description of dry goods. Hard- ware, uroeenes, yueensware, umssware ate. niso a gen eral assortment of Pittsburgh Manufactured articles. You that want to buy cheap goods just cull at the cheap store opposite the treasurers oltice. aprji, "PEACE AND PLENTY !" NEW STORE &TnE W GOODS A S. CANFIELD, begs leave to announce to the r . nubile that he has opened a new variety More, in the room formerly occupied by George Craig, one door west of Thos. Hogg's old stand, where he intends keeping constantly on hand a general assortment oi SEASONABLE GOODS, consisting of Drv Goods. Queensware, Glassware, Hard ware. Groceries, Iron, Nails, Glass and Domestic Goods ol every description; which will be sold on the most ac cummodnting terms, for Cash or approved country pro' duce. No pains will be spared to render entire satis faction to all those who may think proper to call. Fleas call aud examine befoie joupurchaee elsewhere, Cadiz, April 18, 1844 TAXLORXP7G- TTMIE subscribers respectfully inform tho public that JL they havo entered into a partnership under the rinn ot SNYDER & MALLERNEE, for the purpose of carrying on the above business in nil its various branches, at the old stand of Snyder & Moore, where they arepiepared to execute work with neatness nnd dispatch, for all who may favor them with a call. From long experience in the business, and having none but the best of workmen employed, they have no hesitation in saying, that they will give general satis faction. They have and will continue to keep on hand the moBt approved lasinons. SAMUEL SNYDER, apr 18. EMANUEL MALLERNEE. SARSAPARILLA. THIS unrivalled preparation has performed some of the most astonishing cures of diseases that are re- (-i,lo,l ;n tho nnnnli, hlomrv ihn r.ir.vni.o- rrmr-lii- sivcly it is capable f filling the high aim and purpose lor which it is designed, ratients sullenng for veur from various chronic constitutional disorders, after try mg ditierent remedies, spending thousands of dollars in travelling and doctoring, and sullering all that human nature is capable of enduring, having bv the use cf a lew bottles entirely recovered their health. Chronic III 1 i' 1 L- 1. Ill .1 lwieuiiiuusui, ccroitiii or mug s ivii, i-uh iiueuiu arm Ringworm, Ulcers and painful allcction of the bones, Ulcerated Throat and Nostrils, Scurvy, Biles, Chronic, sore tyes. Ulotches and various cutaneous eruptions, arc ell'octuallv cured bv its use. Diseases having their :., o ::.,, ....,1 n..:,i ......, ll mi i, speedily and ellectually removed by this invaluable medicine, as its operation is peculiar, and consists in removing the cause of disease by entering into the cu- cu ationand pressing through the general system.- through Where obstructions to its lavorable operation exist, to its lavorable thev are removed as it passes along the alimentary ca nal ; hence the patient will know and feel the sensible operalion of tho Sarsaparilla from its curative powers. 1 IIC IJlUj'lllUlB tilt. ULU1JT lUUlVlllg UlllUlB 1IU1I1 UJG medical prolession, tne clergy, oihcers oi jcstice, nnd numerous private citizens, ample and willing testimo ny, both written and verbal, to the superior value and elticaey of this preparation. To the poorit is furnished gratuitously, on sufficient proof being furnished of their worthiness. The following certificates from individuals who have suffered with Scrofula in its very severest, form, are pre sented lor tne careiui perusal oi tne nmicted. Essex, Conn., July 25, 1843. Messrs. Sunds Gent. About eight years since, by being overheated and directly after exposed, I was sei- uvT.. ;rrr ".."T tended with violent pain of the head ; the symptoms be- ing alarming, a physician was called who prescribed blistering arid leeching, which produced partial re- lief. Hard bony lumps formed under tho skin on various parts of the body, nnd tho Doctor pronounced my complaint hereditary Scrofula now for the first time developed, Tho following winter my sight failed in both eyes, medical aid 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 with a dropsical swelling. Tho 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 tho lcs. ami tn nnmnlntn mv misnrv. tlm miisrV and sinews contracted so that 1 was rendered helpless. I remained with little change in this condition until last uctolier, when 1 was suddenly seized with an indescri- bable sensation which rendered me nearl v iinconscioiw. bable sensation which rendered me nearly unconscious, ana my mends supposed it was the will ol kind Provi dence to rid me of mv sufferings, but from this I recoy. ered onlyio suffer on; the ulcers had become one con tinuous sore enureiy raw. it was in tins condition i commenced the use of your invaluable Sarsaparilla, which I was induced to use from the many remarkable cures I saw published. It came to me as some guardian angel and lenn scarce ly tell why, yet from the moment I heard it mentioned I 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. After using it a few days my pains grew easier, the swelling of the body and the limbs went down, the ulcers commenced healing, and I resrea wen. Alter suuenng every thing hut the pains of death, how happy am I and how grateful do I feel to be able to add another testimonial to the efficacy of your priceless Sarsaparilla! My health is restored, and I have walked four miles without inconvenience, l superintend my family nf- ituin, mm iu mci leei almost line Dcing in anew world, i am induced to make tint public acknowledgment from a deep sense of duty to you as 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 mnke his face to shine upon you, is the sincere desire of your much obliged and deeply indebted friend. To the af flicted 1'. would say, Do not despair; for however des perate your case may be, you surely have an antidote at hand viz : Sandb's Sarsaparilla. Trust to no eth er, however great their pretensions. MONISSA SIMMONS. Middlesex Co. us. Essex, Conn. July 35, 1843. Personally appeared the abovo named Monissa Sim mons, ana madeorm to the facte contained in the fore going statement before me. GORDON SMITH, Justice of the Peace. We the subscribers, being personally acquainted with Aire. Monissa Simmons do not hesitate to say that we consider the above statement of her case substantially true and entitled to confidence. Reuben Post, Deacon Bap't. C I. Hill Hayden, Merchant, C. Greknleaf, Sor, Dentist. A. F. Wmni.riioiiE, P. M. JOHN BEALL, Agent, by special appointment of the proptvtors,for Cadimnd vicinity. . ... ... -' BOOT AND SHOE STORE. F& W. HAMILTON have a general a assortment of gentlemen1 Boots j Monroes, Shoes and Slippers, nnd Ladies, I.ace Boots, Shoes, Call and Kid Slipiiers. As we man ufnetured them ourselves we warrant them to be good a great variety 01 children's shoes. We still con- the o!d ,taud W Thoma. Phillips. Esq, the u- bu;id:lllr. an 05 "t'H""" - 5 r NEW STORE NEW GOODS. Slcuavl. JHlUgan Jf Bennett. T I llfE undersigned announce to the public that they I have purchased the property formerly occupied by Wm. Bennett and intend merchandizing permanent ly in Cadiz. The customers of the old house may rest assured that no enon on our part snail De spared to ren der entire satisfaction to all who may be disposed to nntroiuse us, We are now receiving New Goods, nnd are determi ned to sell on the most accommodating terms. Old customers arc earnestly solicited to call ; and any quan- iity 0 new onct are anxiously sought lor. JAMES STEWART, WILLIAM MIIXIGArt, H. 3. BENNETT. april 4. P. S. more details hercalter. S. M. &. B. DAY LIGHT AND FAIR PLAY. ITTIIIE undersigned respectfully informs the public, I that he has purchased tho iaVUKX BTAHLJS, formerly owned by Levi Mallernee. His stock is the hst the country can produce, together with a good as sortment of VEHICLES for the conveyance of passen gers. rcrsons will ue conveyeu to oteuDenvwe, or any oi the adjoining towns cheaper than they can be taken by btngo. tie also runs a HAn. SEMI WEEKLY to St. Clairsyille, ( Wednesdays and Saturdays.1) His terms will be low, persons giving him a 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. No Till Fanning Here. milE Subscriber informs his old customers and the I public generally that, at his old shop in Cadiz, thv run nnvrhnsn l(iwrr than has ever been ouered wcgt 0f tne Ohio, any article in his line. He keeps constantly on hand, COPPER KETTLES all sizes, TIN WARE every variety. RHKET-IROfI WARE to snit niirehnsers. HOLLOW WARE AND CASTINGS a general as sortment. Cash or Produce received in exchange. WILLIAM SHARP. Cadiz, August 31st, 1843. Milliner & Mantua Making Business. Miss. JAN 63 SCOTT, HPAKES this method of informing the ladies of New JL Athens and vicinity, thin she has taken a room in the house occupied by Mrs. Grimes, on Maine street Un tne town ol NEW ATHENS, I where she will carry on the above liusiness in all its va- nous branches. Having taken instructions Irom one long and amply experienced in the business, she trusts she will be able to render general satisfaction. She is determined to spare no ptuns in sedulously striving to I 1. .1. 1 . -I 11. 1 . -I' pieasc, ooin us 10 uisiuon, uuiuuiniy miu nemm-aa u workmanship, all who may favor her with their patron age, a liberal share of which she hopes to merit nnd re' ceive. March 14, 1844. i U I I L Hi . rnjn; YIRST 4NI) LAST CALL? all those I :,iu,,i : , , ,i , furwnti imm(,diatolv and settle the same as no longer ;n.i,.v..fi h r;Y.n Thnw who neglect this call may depend on the consequences. I'eo. 8th, 1844. JuniN rniiiijiri?. ANTED, 10,000 lbs. Roll Butter, oUU " feathers, 1000 bush, dry Apples, 1000 " " Peaches, 500 " FInx Seed, 1000 " Corn, 1000 Oats, 500 Rye, For which the highest market price will be paid on delivery at the store ot teb. 15th, 1844. MAllUJU OL JJXl W SSTABZSZZXVZErJT T Maliood T. D. Crimes have commen O ,eed the Mercanti e business m the stand lately occupied by How & Wood, where they invite their f'nds aud the public generally, to call and examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they arc de termined to sell ns low as any estaniishment in the .lace. MAHOOD &, GRIMES, February 8, 1844. NEW WHOLESALE DRY GOODS STORE, No. 133 Wood street, Pittsburgh. iT EGOLF is now opening an entire fresh stock o VJl Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, in the Store room recently occupied by D. Fitzsimmons, Esq., and one door above H. Cliilds &. Co's warehouse. These goods have been purchased in the east for cash, and will be sow at a email nuvance on eastern prices, loreuuer nun ur uwjiuvuu ik ki, Merchants visiting our city will find it to their advan tage to call nnd examine the stock before making thei purchases. ap amt $4 WESTERN EXCHANGE HOTEL, And Stage office by Carrollton.O apr 18. . R. H. LEGGET. NEW ARB AWGEBIErJT Stone Cutting. MnilANKFUL for past favors, the eubscriber takes X, this method of informing the public that he still continues to carry on the above business in tho shop lately occupied by lied well Sc. Hucbener, Cadiz Ohio, where all orders for . HEAD AND FOOTSTONES, MONU MENTS, Ac, will be promptly attended to, on tho most reasonable term. , KUWAUU T.ltl'UUUNUU. , Cadi,May 11th, 1843. ? . - P. S. As I have made mv arrangements to leave C. diz, in the Spring, all those who want any thing in my line oi I'uHiutiNp win no wen to can soon. Feb. 29, 1844. , E. T. II. mm- S IS f S. W. BOSTWICK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, WILL continue to practice in Harrison and the ndjoining Counties. (tJ-Olfice opposite the public offices. . August, 18tli, 1842. CUMMINS & HARPER. ATTOItXEYS, AXD COUNSEIXOIIS AT LAW And Solicitous in Chancery. ALL professional business entrusted to their care in counties of Harrison, Jefferson, Belmont, Monroe, Guernsey, Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Holmes, Carroll, stnrKand W ayne, will be laithluliy aitenuca to. Uffieeon Steubenritlc Slreet,opionu mt puvue maiumf!. J. D. CUMMINS, Aeir Mladelphia, LECKY HARPER, Corfu. Cadiz, June 15, 1643. tf. E. M. STANTON S. G. I'EPPAKD STAKTOU & FEFPAXID Attorneys at Law Solicitors in Chancery, WILE practice law in the courts of Harrison coun ty Business intrusted to them will receive their united attention. Office opposite James McNutt'a Hotel. Cadiz, Feb. 2d, 1843. T. L. JEWETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND SOLICITOK IN CHANCERY, CADIZ OHIO. Office in Public Buildings, next door east of the Treas urer'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 stairs. Cadiz, May 18th, 1843. ' ' LAW FXIACTICS AW. MORRISON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. Office, a little wost of the Office of the Crisis, in the house former ly occupied by G. W. Chapman, Esq. carrollton, apr lo sitnrf; A. G. DIMMOCK, A TTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Millersburg, f Holmes couhtv. Ohio, will attend faithfully to all business entrusted to his care, in the counties of Holmes, Wayne, Knox, Coshocton and Tuscarawas. Collections in any part of the state promptly attend ed to. Refer to J. B. Brntton, Esq., Manisburg, 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 23 3m JOHN W. BLAIR, BRUSH MANUFACTURER, ap 18 120, wood street, Pittsburgh. MB. IMIF.V Jk Co., Commission and Forwar- din? Merchants, Wholesale Grocers and deal ers in Produce, 39 Water street, Pitts'gh. ap4 AL. FKAZER, Bookseller, Stationer, Agent for Periodicals and Book Binder, Market street, feteubenville. ap 4 BOLTING CLOTHS. A new nnd extensive as sortment of German and English Bolting cloths, No. 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, just received and for sale at East em prices by MAHOOD & GRIMES. July aii, 1843. FURNITURE prints, Berlin, Buck nnd Cotton gloves Fancy Cap Ribbon, Irish Linen, inserting, Quil ling, h-dging, Lisle thread and Cotton ace, camDric muslin, Juckonots &,c. Stc. MAHOOD & GRIMES. Nov. 2d ,1843. SHOES ! SHOES I ! A splendid assortment or ludies Shoes and gaitersjust received and for sale March 21, 1814. MAHOOD & GRIMES. T TATS a large assortment of Gentlemen's fur hats AX from 'J,uu to 4,UU lor sale by March 21, 1844. MAHOOD & GRIMES. NOS. 1 and 2, of Harper's Illuminated and new Pic torial Bible, Just received and for sale at Steubcnville apr II. FRAZER'S. OK DOZ. Mens and Boys, Leghorn, Palm leaf and iJ Willow hats just received and for sale unusually low at the cheap store of J. W. BEEBEE & Co. " f DOZ. Leghorn, Braid, Straw and Cyprus Bon jLvf netts, just received nnd for sale at prices to suit the times at the cheap store of J. W. BEEBE &, Co. t f PIECES muslin de lanes, balzarines Lace or W "LF gandines and Lawns of new styles, just received and for sale low nt the cheap store of apr 18 J. W. BEEBE & Co. BRANDE'S Encyclopedia cf Science, Literature and Art; Ures' Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines, for sale at FRAZER'S, may I Steubenville. A f PIECES summer stuffs of every style and quality -Jt" just received nnd for sal? as low as the lowes t at the cheap store of J. W. BEEBE & Co. apr 18. 6000 store of YDS. Brown and Bleached muslins just received and for sale low at the cheap J. W. BEEBE &, Co. apr 25. WEAVERS REEDS, A large assortment just re ceived and for sale by March 7, 1844. JrAHOOD & GRIMES. OFFEE, Java, Lnguira, Maracoibo, Rio and St. Domingo, some kinds lOlbs, for one dollar, also fresh Teas for sale at S. & II. McFADDEN'S. August 10th, 1843. -t f pieces of English and American prints as low M.jj as at any otner store, at P. R. K. BROTIIERSON. Sept. 7th, 1843. CALICOES, Ginghams, Hdkffs, &c. Cadiz, Nov. 2d. 1843. Crape, Delanee, Shawls, MAHOOD & GRIMES. SPANISH SOLE LEATHER, 1000 pounds Hemlock and Oak tanned Spanish leather, lor sale low by aug. 10,1843. S. & H. McFADBEN. SILK Fringes, Thread laces. Gimps, Edgings and Insertions, a great variety of colors and prices, for sale cheap by August 10, 1843, S. & II. McFADDEN. GROCERIES, a fresh assortment just received and for snle low, March 7, 1844. MAIIOOD &. GRIMES. pounds of Feathers of a good quality want tUvJ ed nnd the highest price paid. sept. 7, 1843. r. K. K. uUU J llliKSCDI. s PECIAL AN ATOM V & PHILOLOGY by Dr. Wm. E. Homer, with superior plates; a new work FRAZER'S. fjuue 5. TjlAMILY, Tuck nnd School Bibles and Testaments, X Blank books, all rts, for sale iow, by r, by J. P. Vi may 22. ,'OOD. 1 ECLECTIC aeries. Kirkhnm's 4 Smith'a Grammars, ko. all cheap. J. P. WOOD. may 22. w HITE Glue, Gum arnbao and Brimstone for way aa, Milliners. J. P. W OOD. Anew stylo Fluited Tea ware in complete sets and cheaper than ever offered in this market, may 22. J. p, WOOD, PRIME article of Loaf and Orlean sugar, may 22. - J. P. WOOD. ' rTIRIMMINGS, A very gonornl assortment ol tho JL very best trimmings lor nil articles of ladies wear, may 22. , J. P. WOOD, TF1EA Pouchong, Voting Hyson, Blnck nnd other JL le ens from 50 ct. to $1,00 per lb, ny 22. J. P. WOOD, "O ON NET Lawns, do Silks and Satins a beautifn J3 new style, also a splendid articlo white watered UK. J, P, WOOD. may 22, r?r?