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V t -.- l From tUe Hartford Times. DEMOCRATIC SO.VQ Xeds whig befcrt hi ryi cf CTcy, Thn dust all prostrate lies in And hope to hide bit sins away With piouFre!iiightiTsen; JBut io the air w"ll hang them ur like Hainan on hi gallows, And dash on earth their eider cup. With our bravo "Polk and Pallas.'' So let them bawl till the are hoarse, ' And swag get round the nation. But all the pretty girls, of course, Will go for annexation .' And be who'll not approve their chcice. Must be both cold and callous; So all ye bold and gallant boys. Enlist for "Folk and Dallas." - Let "colporteurs," like cats-paw fools. O'er all the country trudge on, 'They'll find the people are not fools. The Democrats no gudgeon j Tho' "ignorant," with haughty pride, And "poor" and "weak" they call us, JVe'll row them up Salt-Elver's tide With our strong "Polk and Dallas." As now in force we take the field, They'll find 'twill be no joking, When with the arms that Freemen wield We in their ribs, are Polk-ing Ilatk ! from the vales and mountains where Each truth-arm'd cohort rallies. The rousing cry rings on the air, -"Hurrah! for "Polk and Dallas!" is. W. liOSiWICK, ATTOKXET ASttCCUASEELOIt AT LAW, TT TILL continue to practice in Harrison and tne V f " adjoining Counties. J-vmo oppv te tne puDuc ouices. August, lc ti, 1842. CUMMINS & HARPER. ATTORNEYS, AAD COEXSELEOUS AT LAW And Solicitors in Chancery. ALL professional business entrusted to their care in counties of Harrison. Jefferson, Belmont, Monroe, Guernsey. Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Holmes, Carroll, Stark and Wayne, will be faithfully attended to. Office on StevbenriUe Strect.opposite tlie public buildings. J. D. CUMMINS, Ainc lliiladelphia. LECKY HAKrEK, tuii. Cadiz, June 15, 1643. tf. - , nnivr AMI SH()K STORM FJc W. HAMILTON have a general . assortment of gentlemen's Bootf Monroes, Shoes and Slippers, and Ladies, wxJJU Lace Boots, Shoes, Calf and Kid Slippers. As we man nfnetured them ourselves we warrant them to be good Also, a great variety of children's shoes. We still eon jinue business at the old stand of Thomas Phillips, Esq. opposite the public buildings. op 25 Latest Arrival New Style of (ioods. E. M. ST l.vro.x Attorneys at Law Solicitors in Chancery, TTjriLL practice law in the courts of Harrison coiin- y i ty Business intrusted to them will receive their united attention. Office opposite James McXutt'i Hotel. Cadiz, Feb. 2d, 1843. SjflKE. Lc Coon est Itlort! No more old "Coon," on thee, nomore, Will break the day dawn fresh and fair, No more the purple twilight pour Its softnexs round thy bright gray hair, But on thy back iu Clay shall lie. The emblem of a cause forlorn ; Tfty feci ilill pointing to the sly, , Until the resurrection morn. POLITICAL. S. O. l'EPI'AIED T. L. JEWETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND SOLICITOR I3V CHANCERY CADIZ OHIO. Office in, Public Buildings, next door east of Vie Treas urer's 0(jice.. Dec. 21st, 1843. NEW STORE NEW GOODS. Slcirarl, iJilligan ' ISennett. THE undersigned announce to the public that they have purchased the properly formerly occupied lir Wm. Bennett and intend merchandizing permanent ly in Cadiz. The customers of the old house mny rest assured that no effort ou our part shall be spared to ren der entire satisfaction to all who may be disposed to patronise us. e are now rcceivine iew uoous, nuu un- ueiermi ned to sell on the most acconiinodiuing terms. Old customers are earnestly solicited to call; and any euan- My of new ones are anxiously eougnt ior. JAMES BTEWARTj WILLIAM MILUGAJi, april 4. P. S. more details herea! J. CEX5KTT. S. M. & B. M. II. UltUUHART, Attorney atul Counsellor at Laic, and Solicitor in Chancery. OFFICE, next door west of Thomas Hogg's store, corner room, up stairs. Cadiz, May 18th, 1843. X Tin fanning Here. I'jJH"" NKW STORE & NEW GOODS. Come farmers for, come neighbors nigh, Pray 'call aad tee that you can buy. j. r. wo on Snow -eceivininnuoDemntr.untne room jormtnj occupied by J. Stewart,) direct from the Eastern clr ra. a Inrire and we I se ected assortment oi c-prine jinil Smnnuir Goods, including a variety of fancy arti- r-lo. nil nf n-hich will he mid nt reduced prices. His tock consists in part of the following articles. SPECTACLES. S. II. McFAUmJX A RE just receiving o splendid Slock of SPRIXO AND SUMMER GOODS, purchased within the last twenty davs in the Eastern cities, at from 10 to 15 per cent, luweMhan those who made their purchoses early, consequently they are tnuabied to oilier to the public later styles and cheaper eoeus. l ne puuuo aim their friends aic solicited to call and cxamiue their stock before purchasing ekewhore. may 8. r? -Midi FRESH DRUGS "MIE Subscriber has iust received from the east a res h sunulv ol Medicines, ayes, paints, on, oic, which he 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 ot business would do well to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. 1 i-.l-.-KJ TIT T T Cadiz, Nov. lGth, 1843. ' Broad Cloths assorted oo-) lore and prices, J Casslmrres, Sattinctts, Tweed cloth, Jeans, Summer cloths. Linen drills, cotton tl 1 Ills, Bed ticking, Alpaccas, Unlzauncs. Mouslindelaines, AND BIEDICINES, T Bleached k bro. muslins. Holland, Black muslin, Irish Linen, Linen handkerchiefs. Lawns. Calicoes, Furniture prints, Silks and Satins, Bonnet silk; superior ar ucies. o( every descuption Silk Pocket U'dk'fe, Black silk cravats, Black satin stocks, Laces, Edgings etc. found LAW mACTICIl AW. MORRISON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. Ollice, a little west of the Ollice of the Crisis, in the house former ly occupied by G. W. Chapman, Esq. Carrollton,'apr 18 sitaig A Tariffite In a tight place. We see a great many such articles as tho fol lowing, in our exchanges: "THE TARIFF AXD WHEAT A CON VERT. From the Rochester Daily Adeerlucr, A farmer came into the citv tho other day with a load of wheat, and disposed of it lor 81 cents per bushel a price which he thought much too low a thought which ho made audi ble by repeated grumblings. "But," says a friend, "you must not find fault at the price re ceived, since you are fond of protection, whose price enhancing shield is now said to bo thrown over you by the existing tariff. See what a price you get for your wool now-a-dnys all ow ing to protection." i "True, wool is up from ten to twelve cents on some qualities; but what I gain here is dou. bly lost on my wheat, which in 1S40 brought fine dollar and twelve and a half cents per bu shel. Let us see how the account will stand : 1840, 40 bushels wheat at 9s per bushel $45 00 1841, " Gs. 6d. " 32 40 THE Subscriber informs his old customers and the public generally that, at his old shop in Cadiz, they can purchase lower than hasfevcr been ottered west of the Ohio, any article in his line. He keeps constantly on hand, COPPER KETTLES all sizes, TIN WAKE every variety. SHEET-IKON WAKE to suit purchasers, HOLLOW WARE AND CASTINGS a general as sortment. Cash or Produce received in exchange. WILLIAM SHARP. Cadiz, August 31st, 1843. Meiinoes. Leshorn. braid & straw bonnets, Itraize tie Laines, Ginghams, Gloves, Mits 4: Hosiery Flannels, white and red, Blue drillings, Apron Check, Cambric Muslins, Umbrellas, Parasols, etc. And in fact almost every article that can be in nnv Dry Good store west of the mountains. Persons wishine to purchase a creat many coods for a small amount of cash, are requested to call at the store of J. P. Wood, where he will ever be found ready nnd willing to accommodate all who mny see proper to lavor him with a call. rVr-All kinds of country produce taken nt the hisrlv est market price in exchange for Goods and groceries, may ill. "peace axd plenty! 70X1X7 33. XilcFADDEIJ & CO. 85, MARKET STREET, FITTSUL'KUit, T7EEP constantly on hand a large assortment ol IV Gold. Silver, Tortoise-shell, German Silver nd Steel SPECTACLES, Eye Glasses, Liunen provert 5cc. Also, Pebb'es, Cataract Glass, convex, concave, per- iscopic, perifocal and colored glasses, tt suit all ages. rpeciat attention paid to iittmg new glasses i fiames. MILITARY GOODS. Xo. 85, MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH. fTMIE subscribers are now receiving m addition to I their former stock, a large anil eeiicrul assortment of MILITARY GOODS, consisting in part of Swords, Sashes, Epnuletts, Unttons, l-aces. Cords, Uraids, Caps, Plumes, rorupoms, etc. voiunmorcompamcssuppueu with equipments, banners, fluqs, &c. . 1 . ..' . imiV Tl If I T1T1PV - f - ' june ab tl juiiii u. wcrAwui a. v,o. A NEW ERA OF SHAKSPEARE IX AMIJKICA! The cheapest and most splendidly illuminated and illustrated edition of the Bard of Avon published. Edited by the Hon. Citilian C. Vcrplank. NEW STORE &. NEW GOODS. 4 S. CANFIELD. beis leave to announce to the X public that he has opened a new Variety Store, in the loom formerly occunied by Georse Craig, one door west of Thos. Hogg's old stand, where he intends keeping constantly on hand a general assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, consistiner of Dry Goods. Qucenswarc. Glassware, Hard ware, tirocencs, iron, JN ails, uiass ami uomosuc wouus ol every descrintion : which will be sold on the most ac commodating terms, lor 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. P.eas call and examine beluie youpurchase elsewhere. cauiz, April 18, imi A. G. DIMMOCK, VTTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Millersburg, Holmes county, Ohio, will attend faithfully to all business entrusted to his care, in the counties of Holmes, Wayne, Knox, Coshoctou nnd Tuscarawas. Collections in any part of the state promptly nttend ed to. Kefer to J. B. Bratton, Esq., Harrisburtr,, Pa. James M. Brewster, Esq., Hnliwny, 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 JOHN v. CLAIR, BRUSH MANUFACTURER, apIS 120, wood street, Pittsburgh. MIJ. IS1IEV .V Co., Commission and Forwar . ding- Merchants, Wholesale Grocers and deal ers in Produce, 39 Water street, Pitts'gh. ap4 A Li. FBAZGIt, Bookseller, Stationer, Agent . for Periodicals and Book Binder, Market street, Steubenville. ap 4 Milliner & Mantua Making Business, Miss. JANE SCOTT, rTWKES this method of informing the ladies of New JL Athens and vicinity, that the has taken a room in the house occupied by Mrs. Grimes, on Maine street in the town of NEW ATHENS, where she will carry on the above business in all itsva rious branches. Havinsr taken instructions Irom one long and amply experienced in the business, she trusts, she will be able to render general satisfaction. ?he is determined to snare no pains in sedulously striving to please, both as to fashion, durability and neatness of workmanship, all who may favor her with their patron age, a liberal share of which she hopes to merit and re ceive. Marr'n 14, 1S41. TAIX.OR.XrJG- HTMIE subscribers respectfully inform tho public that I they have entered into a partnership under the lirm ol SNYDER & MALLERNEE, for the purpose of carrying on the above business in all its various branches, at the old stand of Snyder k Moore, where they are prepared to execute work with neatness and dispatch, for all w ho 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 savinrr. that thev will trive general satis faction. They have and will continue to keep on hand the most approved fashions. .SAMUEL SNYDER, npr!8. EMANUEL MALLERNEE. SANDS'S SARSAPARILLA. T HIS unrivalled preparation has performed some ol I the most astonishing cures of diseases that are re corded in the annals of history, thus proving conclu sively it is capable f filling the high aim and purpose for which it is designed. Patients suffering for yours from various chronic constitutional disorders, aftor try ing dill'erent remedies, spending thousands of dollars in truvellinn and doctorinsr, nnd sulierins; all that human nature is capable of enduring, having by the use cf a lew bottles entirely recovered their health. Chronic Rheumatism. Scrofula or Kine's Evil, Salt Rheum and Ringworm, Ulcers and painful nflection of the bones, Ulcerated Throat and Nostrils, Scurvy, Biles, Chronic, Sore Eves. Blotches and various cutaneous eruptions, are eliectually cured by its use. Diseases having their origin in an iinpuro blood and fluids generally will be speedily and eiieciuany removeu oy mis luvumuuiu medicine, as its operation is peculiar, and consists in removing the cause of disease by entering into the cir culation and passing throngn tiro general Bysiem. Where obslrucjions to its lavoruble operation exist, thnv me removed ns it nassca alone the alimentary ca nal: hence the patient will know and feel the sensible nnerntinn of the Sarsanarilla 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 tesumo- A Great Excitement! Loss under the tar'!?, $12 60" "But," responds ihe wool man, " you charge every thing to the tarifi', whereas you should re collect that there are various leasons why wheat should be down without the tariff tho large a mount raised, &c, &c." This is like the gambler's proposition to the .countrymen "head3 I win, tails you loose!" With a Tariflile, whenever heads come up, it is see the effects ofthe tariff! When a tail is thrown the tariff is still glorious, for the turn up was the result of those "other causes'1' so indispensable ,to a whig argument. But all the ingenuity of Xhe wool argument did not reconcile the farmer lo the loss of twice as much on his wheat as he trained on his wool! We would recommend this man's case to the especial attention of Mr. Er jckson and the editor of the Democrat, who are represented as great on a wool argument that is, m drawing the wool over the eyes ot certain Pentieldians. (t-We hardly need add that the wheat man referred to has come to the very rational conclu sion that a system which holds itself entitled to praise for nil the fair weather, but disclaims all responsibility for the foul, is like whiggery, com plete humbug. From the Dayton Empire. Theodore Frclinglftiyscn is a Native American iu Principle. We extract the following from a work wrilten a few years ago by the whig candidate for the Vice Presidency. It nails Native Americanism upon him ho can't escape. His denial now when it is his interest to deceive, cannot refute his opinions expressed when he never dreamed of being a candidate. Read, adopted citizens. The title of Ihe work is "An inquiry into the moral and religious character of the American people," published in JNew 101k in lSdS: ''Has it not," it says, become a cant among us that as electors we have nothing to do with men's religious sentiment no right even to inquire about them? Twenty gods or no god, or the God that made the world, is quite indifferent; Papists and Protestants are all one; Soc'mians, Jews and Evangelical believers are all one; yes, and tho tattoed cannibal of tho South Sea, were to honor our anylum of liberty by seeking a lot in its blessings, would enter at once into the same ' family circle of undistinguishablc unity; free alike to live among us and to rise above our heads; for the doctrine is, that whoever is entitled to sit in the shade ofthe constitutional tower, has a right also to scale its walls." The meaning of this, vacuelv as it is expressed, is not difficult to di vine. It is' "Native Americanism" and "Evan j gelicalism." NATIONAL DEBTS. t Th following is an estimate of the debts of (he geveral nations of Europe, reduced to our cur Tencv: , .-.v. ':' Average of debt to Country. Debt, each inhabitant -I OI.TING CLOTHS. A new nnd extensive as- fry sortment of German and English Bolting cloths, fio. 4, o, ti, 7, 0, y, just rcceivcu ami ior saie i cm prirea by MAHOOD &. GKIMES. July 26, 1843. I71U RNITUUE prints, Berlin, Buck and Cotton gloves ; Fancy Cap Ribbon, Irish Linen, inserting, Quil ling. Edging, Lisle thread and Cotton Lace, Cambric muslin, Juckonats &.c. &c. MAHOOD & GUIMES. Nov. 2d ,18-13. - SHOES! SHOES!! Asplendid assortmentof ladic9 Shoes nnd gaiterejust received and for sale March 21, 1611, MAHOOD & GKIMES. NOTICE. rnilE FIRST ANI JL AST CALL? all those J indebted to me in any way arc requested to come forward immediately and settle the same as no longer indulgence will or can be given. Those who neglect this call may depend on the consequences. Feb. 8th, 1844. JOHN TIIILLIPS. ANTED, 10,000 lbs. Koll Butter, olju " f earners, 1000 bush, dry Apples, 1000 " " Peaches, 500 " Flaxseed, 1000 " Com, 1000 " Oats, 500 ' Kye, For which the highest market price will be paid on delivery at the store of Feb. lath, 1844. luaiiuuuonjiiiiuiM T I ATS a lnree assortmentof Gentlemen's fur hats JO. from $2,00 to 4,00 for sale by March 21, 1814. 1V1AMUUJJ &, WtlMliS, WEAVERS REEDS, A large assortment just re ceived and for sale by March 7, 1814. JVJAHOOD St GRIMES. QPANISH SOLE LEATHER, 1000 pounds Hemlock ana uair. tannca opunisn icuuier, ior saie low oy aug. 10,1643. S. &, H. McFADDEN. MEW ESTABLZSnMEX&T. TiUnhood & T. 1. Grimes havecommen- ccd the Mercantile business in the stand lately occupied by Hogo & Woon, where they invite their lncnus ana me puuuc generally, 10 can mm va.uuiuc their stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they are de termined to sell as low as any esiaoiisnmeui, 111 uie place. MAHOOD & GKIMES. tenruaryo, 10-14. TTAMILY, Tuck and School Bibles and TestarnentB, JL Blank books, all sorts, for sale iow, by may 2J. J f . WUUU E CLECTIC series, Kirkham's & Smith's Grammars, ic. all cheap. J. P. WOOD. may 23. w HITE Glue, Milliners. Gum arabac and J. P. WOOD. Brimstone for may 23 the r"I"MlIMMING3. A very genaral assortment ol I very best trimmings lor all articles of ladies wear, may 23. J. P. WOOD. rPEA Pouchong, Young Hyson, Black and other I Teas from 50 cts. to $1,50 per lb. may 23. J.P.WOOD. ONNET Lawns, do Silks and Satins a boautifu new style, aiso a splendid article white watered silK. j.r. wjjm. nmy X30NNET Trimmings, acknowledged very pretty I) very good and very cheap at the new store ot may 23. J. P. WOOD. STUAKT'S victoria cotton, Britain hooks and eyes may 23. also 11. North s new J. P. WOOD. O IHO Reports, volume 13, can be had at the Book Juiy m. store of A. L. FRAZEK. A I. FKAZER'S last receipt of New and cheap J Books is to long too enumerate. Illuminated Shuksneare. No. 12: Harper's Pictorial Bible, No. 5 and James' new novel his best, are part. Call and examine the assortment. july 10. " IFE of James K. Polk! Amay Herbert: Mirror JL Library, JNo. 4; Io. a Cabin lioolc, hy Seals- uekl, just receiver! by A. L. tKA.h,ll july 1U, TLLUMINATED Bible No. 5, and No JL Shakspeare, just received at juno 1(1. England - - -, $5,556,000,0(M) France ' - - l,vSOO,000,f00 Holland - - -.-.80,000,(00 Frankfort on Main - 5,0O0,(.0O Bremen' - - - 3,000,000 Hamburg - Denmark -:. ' ' Greece .V - -. Portugal - -pain .'',' ' . Austria - Belgium ; . Papal States - Naples - -,.' ', " Jlussia ' '' pruwia arid Poland 7,000,000 ' . 03,000,000 - 41,000,000 142,000,000 ''- 467,000,000 380,000,000 - 120,000,000 . ' - 67,000,000 120,000,000 - 150,000,000 - 515,000,000 $222 54 206 00 . 54 . .45 : ,.44 44 38 45 31 30 20 '.'.-10 ' 11 9 I. EC KELSON, TAILOR. "O ESrECTFULLY informs his friends and custom 1 V ers that he has removed his Tailoring Establish ment to the room formetly cccupicd by Mips Bowles, as a Milliner's shop, and directly opposite Hogg & Tip ton's store, where he is prepared to do work on the shor test notice, in the best style, nnd on the most reasona ele terms. apr 18. PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!! fTHE Subscribers will offer to the I public a variety of good ploughs &r"'"' being fitted out with entire new ami ny, both written nnu vejDiu, 10 1110 supeuor vuiuc mm me art9 uesign, etlicacy ol tins preparation. 1 o uie poorii is niimmim ROBT. W. WIEK, Esq., will design, select, and arrnnge the illustrations, of which there will be about 1400 executed on wood, in the very best style of the modern school ol that art. In submitting the Prospectus of the Editor to the pub ic. the publisher has only to add that he will spare nei- . . ther expense uor pains to make this edition of the World's Poet supeiior to any that has heretofore ap pearedin illustrations, typography and paper. The Ibrm will bo royal octavo, una will be issued in weekly parts, price 121 cts., which places it within the means of persons of the most limited fortunes, whilst on ac count of its peculiar beauty it will gain itself admission into the libraries ol tne ncn, ana mere prove 10 oeoue of the choicest ornaments. Those who wish this work m the most perfect state will only be sure of it by taking the parts as they ap pear, which will contain the early proois 01 tne engra vings. ' The Tragedy of Hamlet is now in press. Ihenrst part will be issued in March. PROSPECTUS. TbericTonuL and Ii.ujstb a ted editions of SHAKS PEARE, lately published in E ngland, are amongst the most beautiful specimens ofthe recent and remarkable improvement ol the art of wood engraving, which by combining great excellence of execution with economy of nrice. has civen an unprecedented diffusion to the most uselul as well as tne most excmisiie piuuuoiiuiuui lin deaiirns of Kenny Meadows for tho illustrations gratuitously, 011 eullicient proof being furnished of their 0f Tyas' edition of Shakspeare express the character of worthiness. the several personages, and the spirit of the scene, with The following certificates from individuals who have suffered with Scrofula in its very severest form, are pre- improved patterns, wanes ana 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. McNUTT & SMITH. Cadiz, Feb, 2d, 1843. "iJc sure you're right, then go ahead?'' WESTERN EXCHANGE HOTEL, Anl Stage officeby Carrollton,0 apr 18. K. H. LEGGET. REMOVAL SADDLE, HARNESS & TRUNK MANUFACTORY. CRABB & ROBERTS, .TAIIOBS,-. RESPECTFCI LY inform the citizens of Cadiz, and vicinity, that they have removed to the frame building recently erected by L. r. ;nnigan, r-sip, on Market street, (and directly opposite Messrs. jyu&ihb &, Go's Dry Goods Stor e,) whore they are prepared to do work in a style, which shall not bo surpassed in any other shop in the county. ... llranklul lor past luvorn, tncy rcspecuuny buuuil a continuance of public patronage. N. B. Thev earnestly recmestall nersonswho are in debted to them for work done, more than six months ago, to come forward and settle their respective accounts without lurtner delay. . i SAMUEL TIM MO NS Of LD respectfully inform his friends nnd the rmhlln f-nnerullv. that he hns removed his slion to the coiner brick, opposite Thomas Hogg's old stand, now owned by Mahood iSi. Urimes. lie intends to sen 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 all you who want bargains. apr 4 WESTERN EXCHANGE, Catliz, Ohio. sented for the careful porusal of tlic afflicted. Essex, 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. Purple or livid spots appeared on the skin, at tended with violent pain ofthe head ; the symptoms be ing alarming, a physician was culled who prescribed blistering ancljceching, which produced partial re lief. Hard bony lumps formed under the skin on various parts of the body, and the 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 wholo body rapidly enlarged with a dropsical swelling. The nose even grew very sore and discharged most profusely the most loathsome substance, my wnoio system was in volved in disease, the hrrnns softened and discharged freely, producing great debility ; ulcers now broke out on the logs, and to complete my mUery, the muscles and sinews contracted so that I was rendered helpless. I remained with little change in this condition until last October, when 1 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 suffer on ; tho ulcei j had become one con tinuous sore entirely raw. It was iu this condition I commenced the use of your invaluable Sarsaparilla, which I w as induced to use from the many remurkable cures I saw published. It crime to me as some guardian angel and I can 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 hns wrought wonders in my ense. Alter using it a few days my ains grew earner, the swelling ot tiro body nnu tne splendid assortment of ransolp, ran shades, (Unu- XV ty collars, rosete. Artificial Flowers, gimps and all kinds of fancy goods just received and for sale low at the cheap store of J. W. BLEBE & Co. apr 18. MEW AUXJ. AK CSMBUT A. F. CROSKEY, AVING taken the above well known stand in the town of Cadiz. Ibrmorlv occupied bv Mr. 1 hos. D. Grimes, would respectfully inform his friends, the old patrons of the establishment, nnd the travelling public generally, that he is nrenared to accommodate them, as he believes, to their entire satisfaction. The House has beon thoroughly repaired, new rooms added, and a large reading room attached, where the principal jour nals of the day will be regularly received and filed. Every endeavour will be made by the proprietor to add to the comfort of his guests; and ho respectfully so licits and hopes to merit a share ol the public patronage. march xa. 11 Illustrated FRAZERR'S IOGWOOD, Lampblack, Shoe blacaing, Castile, J White and llosin soap for sale at the cheap store J. P. WOOD. may 22. SICKLES. A full sapply of sicklesjust received and for sale low by J. P. WOOD. may 22 T7IAMILY Medical Library. A treatise on thepre- X veotion and cure ot diseases, by regimen and sim ple remedies; revised nnd enlarged, with the edition of. a vegetable materia medica, pointing out tne virtues, ireparation and doses ol our most vaiuame native men cat tilants. and an outline of anatomy and phisiology, illustrated with lOOcnuravinKS, 6 of which are colored, at . A L. FKAZER'S, Stcubenville. may 22, TWREScrenns.- june 19,' beautiful assortment, cheap, a FRAZEli'S. 20 Kegs nails assorted sizes, just received and or sale low by- j. r. wuuu, . may UEENSWARE All kindsof Quecnsware, a most Vv. beautiful eelection, anil Glassware, just received andlbrsaletowby . J. P, WOOD. may 22 BOOK, JOB AND CARD PRINTING. ',' ' THE SEXTISiEJL OFFICE ;,; Is now supplied tcilh decidedly Hit greatett variety of BOOK Am JOB TYPE . IN EASTERN OHIO; JtitSm"M-i li i'l Stone Cutting. rrWIANKFUL tor past favors, tho subscriber takes I this method of informing the public that ho still continues to carry on the above business in tho shop lately occupied by Bedwell & Huchencr, Cudiz Ohio, wnere all orders lor . HEAD AIVD FOOT STOIV'ES.MOIMU- ' JIESTS.fte., will be promptly attended to, on the mont reasonable terms. huwAiiu 1. iiuc.DE.ituc.il. Cadiz, May 11th, 1843. Froliaie Admiiiisli'Mtor'A Guarrtiau's Notice. The Stati op Ohio,) Harrison County, i ' - Clerk's Office May 23rf..3. D. 1841. TVTOTICE is hereby civen that the accounts nnd X H vouchers on the following estates for settlement and allowance, were presented at and previous to the last Term ol the Court ol common neasoisaiu county, nnu suspended under tho Statute in such case made and pro, vided to wit : ' Nathan Johnson, Administrator of the estate of Adam Catternl dee'd. David Thompson. Guardian of Harrison Cox. 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FRAZER'S, Stenlmnvillo. may 8 FKAZER'S Cheap Book Store, . Stcubenville. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. In pursuance of XV an orderof theCourt of Common fleas to me di rected. I will offer for sale, at public auction, at the door of the court house, in the town of Cadiz, Harrison county, Ohio, on the 10th day ot August next, tne fol lowing real estate, to wit: Part ofthe Northeast quar ter of section 6, Tp. 9, R. 4, in the Steubenville Land district, containing 4 Acres a& iz perencs, anu nemc the same tract of land on which uuorge Artnur uveu nt tho time of his death, on which there is a woollen factory arid other valuablo improvements. Terms will be made kaown on the day of sole. .WILLIAM REED, juno 26-pd . Administrator of Qco. Arthur dee'd. ' wonderful truth nnd power: whilBt thewood engraving of Knight's Pictorial edition combine with the highest merits of art and taste such a learned and minute accu- nr.v as to scenery, costume, architecture and antiquity as to make them a perpetual and most instructive com mentary upon the roet's text, it is now proposeu 10 embody in an American edition, the admirable illustra turn ol both these editions, engraven wim equm ciwi lence of mechanical execution, to add to these, other en gravings from eminent artists, as Reynolds, Luseli, S. ; Newton, die, nnu to accompany inera wim u ueauu fully printed and correct text. But the publisher, anxious that Ins country should nnv some nart of the homage due from hor to the great. est Poets, as to one who belongs not solely to England but to all who speak the tongue That Shakspeare spake, . could not content himself with a mere republication or compilation. He has therefore prevailed upon R. W. weir, whose reputation ns nn aiusi is mrcuuy identi fied with his country's histoiy, to contribute a series of original designs, together wun srica auvice aim assis tance 111 other details ol art as Ins taste may suggest ior the illustration and embellishment of Ibis publication. From the snmr reason the publisher, instead of reprinting the text and commentary of any popular English im pression, was desirous that his edition should have the supervision of an American editor. This task has been undertaken, by uuiuan c. vr.Krjbuxon.. The plan proposed to himself by the editor, is to fur nish the reader with a carefully prepared and accurate ly printed text, unencumboied by any notes or com ments upon the page itself; as however useful they may lie elsewhere, they are too apt to divert the mind from tho power of the Poet's thought, and to disturb the ma gic of his scene. Such notes as may be thought nseful for the explanation or criticism of the text,will be thrown into an Appendix to each play. The text of Sl'nikspeare's dramatic works, drawn from old printed copies in his age, which had never pas sed under the author's own eye, was consequently dis figured by many errors and obscarities. It passed du rinar the last century tlirouch a succession of varying editions until the revision of Stevens and Malone, whoso text (or rather that of Stevens) has become the stan dard from which most of tho English and American e ditions have been printed, with various degrees of ac- curacy. But within tho lust twenty years, a more mi nute and familiar acquaintance with old u,ngnsn wioms habits and modes of thought, guided by an intense and constantly increasing admiration for Shakspeare's ge nius, has'led to the strong conviction that very many ot tne numerous tnougn sugui. uoviuuuiib 110111 uie uumuui text appearing in modern editions, are useless or erro neous interpolations, sometimes weakening the sense and often substituting an arbitrary monotonous metrical regularity for the Poet's own native melody. Accord ingly very many of these emnndations have been rejec ted by the last nnl best English editors, especially Mr. Knight and Mr. Collier, and the readings of the old fo lios and quartos have been restored, unless where some error ofthe press or manuscript was undeniably mani fest. Yet there are many such passages confessedly corrupt, and requiring conjectural emendation; there are also differences of readinsr between the several old impressions, affording grounds for some diversity of text and warm controversy between tne more recent editors. Upon these, the American editor thinks it due to the character of this edition, to decide for himself without implicitly following tho text of any one modern edition. As the industry and learning of prior editors have fur nished the collation of various rcadiugs and tho authori ties upon which they may bo supported, tho task is no longer that of laborious investigation, but, as it were, o judicial decision enlightened by contending argument. As many ol these variations arc 01 nearly equal proo ability, and as some of them are doubtless the author's own alterations at different periods, all the more impor tant readings will be presented to tlicreacerin the notes for his own selection. Those notes will also contain so much nfennunentnrv na mav be useful to explain anti quated words and phrases, obscurely expressed passages and allusions to obsolete opinions or the habits or his tory of the times; the whole in as condensed a form as practicable. But any commentary upon Shakspeare, however brie-, would be imperfect if it did not present some view of the higher criticism employed, not on the interpretation of his language, but upon his thoughts,, his character, his poetry, passions, philosophy. The only difficulty hero arises from tho abundance, tne mag nificent variety, 01 tne materials contributed during tne last half century by the most brilliant minds of Europe. Still it is believed that this duty can be satisfactorily performed without swelling the edition to an inconve nient bulk. II. W. HEWET, Publisher, . r V 281 Broadway, New York. , The latest Arrival and Cheapest Goods at the STOIIE OF MAHOOD & CHIMES. 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