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LOVE . The following Fragment from the pen of Fred crick Halm, is utmost inimitable in its beauty and 'delicacy: Tell me, rny heail, what love is? It g'rvoth but to rob; Two souls and one idea. Two beaits and but one throb. And tell me how love Cometh? It comes and tih,"tis here; And whither, pray, it fleeth? Twas no: 'twas fancy mere. -- - ' N ' - ' y And when is love the purest? When its own self it shuns, And when is love the deepest? :When love the stillest runs. And when is love the richest? It boaule'.h when it gives, . ... And tell me how love speakt-th f It gpeake'Ji not it lives". NEW LIFE PRESERVER. ' Of hair-breadth 'scapes." Otlielh. 1 have read somewhere of a traveller, who car ried with him a brace of u;stols, a carbine, a .cutlass, a dnc.aer. aud an uinbiella, but was in debted fur his preservation to the umbrella; grappled with a bush when ho was rolling over a precipice. In like manner my friend W though armed wilh a swoid, r ile, and hunting knile, owed his existence to a wig! He was specimen hunting (for W is a firairate naturalist) somewhere in the backwoods of America, when, happening to light upon a dense covert, there spi ting out upon him not a panther or catamount but with terrible whoop and yell, a wild Indian one of a tribe then hos tile to our settlers. W 's gun was mastered in a twinkling, himself sti etched on the earth, ,4he barbarous knife, destined to make him bald r than G randy's celebrated Marquis, leaped ea gerly from its slicuih. Conceive the horrible weapon making iis pic limmary flourishes and circumgyrations: the sav age features, made savager by paint and ruddle, working themselves up to a demoniacal crisis ot tiiumnhant malignity; bis red right hand clctch- jng the shearing knile; his Jeft tho frizzle top knot; and then the artificial scalp coming oil m he Mohawk's ffiasp! W says, the Indian cutchpole was, for some moments motionless with surprise; recov ering, nt Jast, he dragged his captive along, luroueh brake and iuhjjIc, to the encampment A peculiar whoop soon brought the whole horde to the spot. The Indian addressed them with vehement gestures, in the course of which JV was again thrown down, the knife again performed its circuits, and the whole transaction " ' Il l -1-1 All T 1 wi3 pautomimicaiiy uesenneg. -tvu niu an se dateness and restraint were overcome. The as sembly made every demonstration of wonder; and the wig was fitted on, rightly askew, and hind part before, by a hundred pair of red hands. Capt. Gulliver's glove was not a greater puzzle to the Honhyhumi. From the men, it passed to the squaws, and from them down to the least of the urchins; fV "s head in the mean time, frying in a mid summer's sun. At length the phenomenon re turned into tho hands of the chief a venerable ' grey-beard; he examined it afresh, very atten- .i ..e. i .ii-i - . l lively, ana, alter a mug ueuucraiiou, iiiaiiiiumtju iwith true Indian silence and gravily, made a speech in his own town lint procured for the anxious trembling captive very unexpected hon ors. In fact, the whole tribe ol women and war riors danced round him wilh such unequalled marks of homage, that even W- comprenen ded that he was not for sacrifice. lie was then carried in triumph to their wigwams, his body daubed with their colors if the most honorable patterns; and ho was friven to understand tjtat he might choose any of their marriage tble maid ens for a squaw. Availing himself of this pnvi lege, and so becoming, by degrees, more a pro ficient in their language, he learned the cause of this extraordinary respect. It was cons:dered that be had been a great warrior, that he had by mischance of war, been overcome and tufted; but that, whether by valor or stra tagem, each c qually estimable among the s.tvages, he had re covered his liberty and his scaly, As long as W kept his own counsel, he was safe; but trusting his Indian Delilah with the secret of his locks, it soon got wind among the Kquaws, and from them became known to the chiefs. A solemn sitting was held at midnight iy the chiefs, to consider the propriety of knock ing the poor wig-owner on tho head; but he had . received a timely hint of their intention, and, when the tomahawk sought for him, he was on Jiis way, wilh his life preserver, towards a British settlement. . , Disappointment. Disappointment is the lot of man. Dame For tune is a fickle goddess; and though she may smile complacentlv upon us to-day, yet, ere the morrow's sunbeams gild the moss-growii paths of earth, her bright smdea may be changed to chil ling frowns. a our imagination, we may build fanciful structures; we may havo the ultimatum of 6arthly happiness almost within our reach; we may imagine ouiselvc destined to rank a mong the nature's favored noblemen; but alas! jike the rosy tints of false beauty, wet by a sum mer shower, these visious quickly van;sh! Man is deemed to encounter heart saddening disap pointments so Jong as he has an existence; and the wisest philosopher is ho who takes all thingn tcooUy. What though friends prove false J Poth tot as sweet scented flowers grow in other than thy favorite garden? .Fudge upon the soul that opines at disappointment, - Where would tho great enterprises of genius Lc, at the present day, if her gifted sons had ,not tresbrvei) amidst the whirlwinds of igno - rauce and prejudice which they encountered at ever? step in life? Where would Fulton's in dention be, hud be not imbibed a spirit of unti ring perseverance that led him to cheerfully en counter powerful opposition and vindictive per Sficution? What wonders hath this solitary in vention, of a thousand others, wrought in a com nercial world? AnrJ'wlmt incalculable wonders will it yet accomplish? The great secret aye, the main-spring of success in any and every enterprise in lite is. rigid perseverance. No young man can stem the full tonent jof opposing circumstances, un less he is of a buoyant, energetic, determined temperament. hat ol a few disappointments Still persevere: the winds will not always olow tempestuously -the waves will not always dash udcly against our bark, - Neither will dame for tune always frown. . , , " , , .,, In Hartford they havo en exhibition a ncgrss 8red fourteen, "whose weight is five hundced ,jouiids with arms as big its a man "s body, wajsl lilin ii wash tub, shoulders liko a bam door, with a lump of solid fat between Ihcm the size of a tin S. W. BOSTWICK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, WILL continue to practice in Harrison and the adjoining Counties. yOific opposite the public omen. August, 18tb, 1842. I CUMMIXS & HARPER. ATTORNEYSAND COUNSELLORS AT LAW kd Solicitors in Chancery. 4 LL professional business entrusted to their care in r counties ol Harrison, Jetieraon, Belmont, .Monroe, Guernsey, Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Holmes, Carroll, istark aud v ayne, will be fautifullr attended to. isyice on Mruoenciile atreet.opposile tne public Buildings. J. U. Ul.MMl.NS, Aeu Philadelphia, LECKY HARPER, Cadit. Cadiz, June 15, 1843. tf. E. M. STANTON S. . PEPPAKO st ah Ton 6l tuttawd Attorneys at Laic Solicitors in Chancery, W TILL practice law in the courts of Harrison coun f J ty uusiness intrusted to them wilt receive their united attention. Office opixisite James MeNutt's iioici. , Cadi, Feb. 2d, 1843. T. L. JEWETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, CADIZ OHIO. Office in Public Buildings, next door east of Uie Treas- ttrer,s Office.. Dec. 21st, 1843. M. II. URQUHART, Attorney and Counsellor at Lair, and Solicitor in Chancery. OFFICE, next door west of Thomas Hogg's store, corner room, up stairs. Cadiz, May 18th, 1843. ' ' IAW PRACTICE AW. MOUIUSO.V Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. Office, a little west of the Office of the Crisis, in the house former ly occupied by G. W. Chapman, Esq. Lnrroltton, apr la sitarg A. G. DIMMOCK, ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Millorsburg, Holmes county, 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 cd to. liefer to J. B. Bratton, Esq., Harrisburg, Pa. James M. Brewster, Esq., Rahway, ff. J. James Codilington,Canul street, N. Y. E. A. Bradley, Eagle st. Buffalo. Philo Scoyille, Cleveland, O. 4, N. M. Standard. do. Editor of Sentinel, Cadiz, O. ap 25 3m JOIlJt W. BLAIR, BRUSH MANUFACTURER, np 18 120. wood street, Pittsburgh. 1 T B. litlCV & Co., Commission and Forwar I V I ding Merchant. Wholesale Grocers and deal- erg in Produce, 39 Water Btrect, Pitts'gh, ap4 AL. FKAKEIE, Bookseller, Stationer, Agent for Periodicals and Book Binder, Market street, Steubenyille. ap 4 OLT1JVG CLOTHS. A new and extensive as sortment of German and English Bolting cloths, JMo. 4, 5, b, 7, o, !),tust received and lor sale at bnst ern prices by MAHOOD & GRIMES. July 20, 1843. Tjll'RNITURE prints, Berlin, Buck and Cotton gloves JL Fancy Cap Ribbon, Irish Linen, inserting, Quil ling, Edging, Lisle thread and Cotton Lace, Cambric muslin, Juckonsts &c. &e. MAHOOD &, GUI MES. Nov. 2d ,1843. s HOES! SHOES!! A splendid assortment of ladies Shoes and gaiters just received and tor sale March 21, 1844. MAHOOD &, GRIMES. T ATS a large assortment of Gentlemen's fur hats J.JL from $2,01) to 4.00 for sale by March 21, 1814, MAHOOD &, GRIMES, T 'M J EAVE'tS REEDS, A large assortment just re f j ceiycu ana lor sale by March 7. 1844, AHOODfc GRIMES, SPANISH SOLE LEATHER, 1000 pounds Hpmjock and Oak tanned Spanish leather, tor sale low hy aiig, 10,ltJ43, S, & H, McFADUEN. FAMILY, Tuck and School Bibles and Testaments, Blank books, all sorts, for sale iow, by may 22. J.P.WOOD. ECLECTIC aeries, Kirkham's & Smith's Grammars, Ac. nil cheap. J. P. WOOD. may 22. w HITE Glue, Gum arnbac and Brimstone for Milliners. J.P.WOOD. may 22. npRIMMINGS, A very genaral assortment o the I very best trimmings for all articles of ladies M'ear, may 22. J. P. WOOD. fTlEA Pouchong, Young Hyson, Black and other X eas from 50 cts. to $1,50 per lb. may 32. J. P. WOOD, BONNET Lawns, do Silks and Satins a beautifu new style, also a splendid article white watered silk. J.P.WOOD. may 22. T30NNET Trimmings, acknowledged very pretty, j very good ana very cneap at the uew store ot my 22. J. P. WOOD. STUART'S victoria cotton, Britain hooks and eyes may 22. . also tl. JNortn b new J. P. WOOD. Q HIO Reports, volume 12, can be had at the Book of" A. L. FRAZER. july 10. AL, FRAZER'S last receipt of New and cheap Books is to long too enumerate. Illuminated Shakspeare, No. 12: Harper's Pictorial Bible, No. 5: and James' new novel Ins best, are part. Call and examine the assortment. july 10. LIFE of James K, Polk! Amay Herbert: Mirror Library, No. 24; No. 3 Cabin Book, by Seats- tiul.l iiial mmV1 Ii. A T. K'uivri) -in TLLUMINATED Bible No. 5, aud No. 11 Illustrated JL Shakspeare, just received at . jnne hi. v KAiSEKK'8 LOGWOOD. Lampblack, Shoe blacking, Castile, White and Rosin soap forsale at the cheap store J, r,, )fUUU, may 22. SICKLES.t-A full supply of si for sale low by J. P. sicklcsiuRl received and WOOD.'.- , may 22 FAMILY Medical Library. A treatise .on the pre vention and cure of diseases, by rcdrnen and sim- -r .. - .1 . i -y .. pie remedies; revifea and eniargu, wun uie tcuuon oi a vegetable materia medica, pointing out tne virtues, preparation and doses of our most valuable native med ical plants, and an outline of anatomy and phisiology. liust rated with 1UU engravings, t ol wmcn are colored, at A L. FRAZER'S, Steubenville. may 22. FIRE Screens.-, june 19. beautiful assortment, cheap, a FRAZEU'&. QA Kegs nails assorted sizes, just received ad or dj sale low by J, P, WOOD. may 22 OUEENSWARE All kinds of Queensware, a most beautiful selection, and Glassware, iust received andfbrsale low by ). P. WOOD. may 23 BOOK, JOB AND CARD PRINTING, THE SENTISEL OrFICE l 'il Js now tuppliei with decidedly the greatest variety of BOOK AND JOB TYPE, " ? IN EASTERN OHIOt, , " Consequently we are prepared to execute EVERY VA RIETY OJf PRINTING, in the neatest style, on the lowest terms and on the shortest notice. Ctrtiiin half 'learned printers, or rati, in these (marten, pretend to do printing, but they succeed about as well ns a tinker would in ruendiug a wau h! Give us a call., NEW STORE & NEW GOODS. Cosntfitrmeri far, tome neigliborsnigh, Pray call aad set tchat you can tut. J. F.lvO OD S now receiving and opening, (in the room formerly occupied br J. Stewart,) direct from the Eastern Cities, a large and well selected assortment of Spring and Summer Uoods, including a variety ot tancy arti cles, all of which will be sola at reduced prices. His stock consists in part of the following articles. " Broad Cloths assorted co- 1 "' Bleached It bro. muslins, lore and prices. Holland, Black muslin, t$ Irish Linen, " Linen handkerchief Ijiwns, Calicoes, Furniture prints, Silks and satins. Cassimeres, Sattinctts, Tweed cloth, . Jeans, Summer cloths. Linen drills, cotton diiils, Bedticking, Alpaccas, Bnlznrines. Bonnet silk; superior ar Mouslindelnines, ticies, Meriuoes, Leghorn, braid Ic straw bonnets, Braize d Laines, Ginghams, Gloves, Mits & Hosier; Flannels, white and red. Blue drillings. Apron Check, Cumbrin Muslins, Umbrellas, Parasols, etc, of every description, !llK i'OCKet M'UK'ls, Black silk cravats, Black satin stocks, Laces, Edgings etc And in fact almost every article that can be in anv Dry Good store west of tho mountains. found Persons wishing to purchase a great ninny goods for a small amount of cash, are requested to cull at the store of J. P. Wood, where he will ever he lound ready and ffillinjr to nccommodate all who may see proper to favor him wilh a call. ftV-AlI kinds of country produce taken at the Inch est market price in exchange for Goods and trroceries may 5M. SANDS'S SARSAPARILLA. r"P1HIS 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 of filling the high aim and purpose for which it is designed. Patients surl'ering for yours from various chronic constitutional disorders, after try ing different remedies, spending thousands of dollars m travelling and doctoring, and suffering all that human nature is capable of enduring, having by the Use cf a few bottles entirely recovered their health. Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofula or King's Evil, Suit Rheum and Ringworm, Ulcers and painful atlection of the bones, Ulcerated Throat and Nostrils, Scurvy, Biles, Chronic, Sore Eves. Blotches and various cutaneous eruptions. are effectually cured bv its use. Diseases hnving their origin in an impure blood and fluids generally will bo speedily and effectually removed by this invaluable medicine, as its operation is peculiar, and consists in removing me cause oi tustfusc oy euitjiin into wi- dilation and passing through the general system, Where obstructions to its favorablo operation exist, they are removed as it passes along the alimentary ca nal; hence the patient will Know und leel tne seiismte operation of the Sarsaparilla from its curative powers. The proprietors are daily receiving orders from the medical profession, the clergy, officers of jestice, and numerous private citizens, ample and willing testimo ny, both written and ve.ibal, to the superior value nnd eliicaey of this preparation. To the poor.it 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, arc pre sented for the careful perusal of the nfllicted. Essex, Conn., July 25, 1843. Messrs. Swids Gent. About eight years since, by being overheated and directly after exposed, I was sei zed with a scveie cold, which deranged the wholo sys tem. Purple or livid spots appeared on the skin, at tended with violent puin of the head ; the symptoms be ing alarming, a physician whs called who prescribed blistering and leecfiing, which produced partial re lief. Hard bony lumps formed under tho skin on various parts of the body, and tho Doctor pronounced my complaint hereditary Scrofula now for the first time developed. The following winter my sight failed in both eyes, medical aid wus again resort ed to, which relieved my sight during the summer, my nose now bejrun to increase in size and the whole 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 the legs, and to complete my misery, the muscles nnd sinews contracted so that 1 was rendered helpless. I remained with little change in this condition until last October, when I was suddenly seized with an indescri bable sensation which rendered me nearly unconscious, and my friends supposed it was the will ot kind Provi dence to nd me ot my sullerings, but liom this 1 recov ered onlyto suffer on; the ulcers had become one con tinuous sore entirely raw. It was in this condition I commenced the use of your invaluable Sarsaparilla, which I was induced to use from the many remarkable cures I saw published. It carae to me as some guardian angel and I can scarce ly tell why, yet from the moment 1 beard it mentioned I was impressed fully with the beliefthat this was to be the Good Samaritan for me and truly it has wrought wonders in mv case. Alter using it a few dnvs rav pains grew easier, the swelling of the body nnd the limbs went down, the ulcers commenced healing, nnd I rested well. After suffering every thing but thp pains of death, how happy am I and how grateful do I feel to be able to add another testimonial to the ethcacy of your priceless Sarsnparilla ! My health is restored, and I have walked four miles without inconvenience. 1 superintend my family af fairs, and in I'nct feel almost like being in a new world. I am induced to make this public acknowledgment from a deep sense of duty to you as a jnpans in the hands of God of restoring a fellow mortal from a pre. matuic grave. Language is inadequate to express my feelings. May the Iord be with you, and make his face to shine upon you, is the sincere desire of your much obliged and deeply indebted friend. To the af flicted I would say, Do not despair; for however des perate your case may be, you surcjy have an nntidote at hand viz: Sanos's Saiisapabilla. Trust to np eth er, however great their pretensions, MONISSA -SIMMONS. Middlesex Co. es, Essex, Conn. July 25, 1843. Personally appeared the above named Monissa Sim mons, and made oath to the facts contained in the fore going statement before me. GORDON SMITH, Justice of the Peace. We the subscribers, being personally aoouaiuted with Mrs. Monissa Simmons do not hesitate to say that we consider the above statement of her case substantially true ana entitled to continence. Reubbn Post, Deacon Bnp't. C I. Hill Havden, Merchant. , C. Greeni.eaf, Ser. Dentist. A. F. Whittlemore, P. M. JOHN BEALL. Agent. by special appointment of Ote prcpnelort, f'ir Cadit and vicinity. T3ULLET1N of Cheap Books.Life, trial, and con- i J versations of Robert Emmet; Red Mary, or the Pacific ; Complete Florist, a manual fot gardening, con taining practical instruction for the management of green house plants, and for the'cultivationofshruberv. flownr. &c, &.c;the National Airs; Legendary Ballads, &c, of Thos. Moore t Drawing Room Library, No, 3; Camp, bell's Foreign Semi-monthly Magazine for April; Rich elieu, a play in 5 acts, by E. W. Unlwer; Shakespeare, No. 2 of Hewefsfineillustrated edition; Whirnsand Od dities, by Thos. Hood; Hunchback of Notre Dame, by Victor Hugo; Student at Paris; Arthur, by Sue, forsale at t kaz&u's Cheap Jiook Store, may 8 Steubenville. The latest Arrival and Cheapest Goods at the STORE OF MAHOOD & CilSIiUES, CI al I and sec for yourselves, where they ' have iust received a most splendid and extensive assortment of Spring and Summer goods, which theyof- ici wj me iiuuuu on uie mosi accomiuouuung terms. tuny 29'. ; M. lc G, T LLUSTR ATED Shakspeare No. 6, Scatsfield No. 4 X Mysteries of London No. 4; False Prince, and a host ol other cheap reading at june 5. FRAZER'S, Steubenville. A most barifulistock of entirely new style of prints X -V umgiiams, uclanes, and uomnazines, at tne new and cneapstoreof may Si 'J.I. WOOD. T?NODURAGE Western Literature. Ned Buntline' ,12i Mngazin. No. 1, Vol. 1, May 1844. The first number of diio Western excellent monthly is received Two dollars a vear only. Subrcrintions received by may 22. - ' A. I FRAZER. Stoubenville,- GROCERIES-A general supply of all kinds Groceries, just reepiyed and for sale low by , may 22 J.P.WOOD. ""ILOTHS. Cnsimerc; Sattinetts, Bummer vestintrs, Vj a new and splendid article nt tho new cheap store oj , ' . r, www, fnnyu. Latest Arrival New Style of Goods. S. A II. McEAIjiMiiN A RE just receiving a splendid Stock of SPRIA'G MD SUMMER WOODS, purchased within the last twenty days in the Eastern cities, at from 10 to 15 ner cent, lower than those who made their purchases early, consequently they are enuabied to oner to the public mter styles ana cneaper goods, l ne purjuc aud their friends are solicited to cull and examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere. ' may 8. FRESH DRUGS AND MEDICINES. rTMIE Subscriber has just received from ' the east a I fresh supply of Medicines, dyes, paints, oil, &c. 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 Dusiiiess would do well to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. ' JUHZN U1SAL.L. Cadiz, Nov. 16th, 1843. 1 list ItecciVCll a fresh lot of Mackerel and for ij sale low by july 17 S. & II. McFADDEN. "peace and plenty:!" NEW STORE & NEW GOODS AS. CANFIELD, begs leave to announce to the public that he has opened a new Variety Store, in the room formerly occupied by George Craig, one door west of Thos. Hogg's old Btand, where he intends Keeping constantly on band a general assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, consisting of Dry Goods, Queenswnre, Glassware, Hard ware. Groceries, Iron, Nails, Glass and Domestic Goods ot every description: which will be sold on the most ac commodating terms, for Cash or approved country pro duce. No pains will bo spared to render entire satis faction to all those who may think proper to call, Pleas can aim examine Deiore youpurcnaseoisewnere. Cadiz, April 18, 1844 . TAILORING rTIHE subscribers respectfully inform the public that JL they have entered into a partnership under the urm ot SNYDER & MALLERNEE, for the purpose of earning on the above business in nil its various branches, at the old stand of Snyder Sc Moore. where they are prepured to execute work with neatness and dispatch, for all who may favor them with a call. From long experience in the business, ands having none but the best of workmen employed, they have no iiuBitnuuii in aviiig, uiu b uwy win give general puns fnction. They have and will continue to keep on hand ue mosi uppruveu msnions. SAMUEL) SNYDER, nprl8. EMANUEL MALLERNEE. A ftcnt Excitement! I. EC KELSON, TAILOR. TJ ESPECTFULLY informs' bis friends and custom- JLt ers that he has removed his Ttiiloring Establish ment to the room formerly occupied by Miss Bowles, ns a Milliner's shop, and directly opposite Hogg & Tip- ion s store, wnere lie is prepared to do work on the slior mm nuuce, in me ubi siyie, nnu on me most reasona ele terms, . nnr 18. PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!! TinHE Subscribers will offer to the J. puuiic a variety ol good plough being fitted out with entire new and S improved patterns, Cranes and a va, nety of other kinds The ininrnved Hornet the half patent the new Corn plough nil wuu wrougm snares, wnicn tney win sell low lor cash McN UTT & SMITH. Cadiz, Feb, 2d, 1843. , "i?c sure you're right, then go ahead." SADDLE, HARNESS & TRUNK JUAN UFA CTOIEl. S A M UE L TIMMONS A OULD respectfully inform Ids friends and tb T T 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 eiieapcr than the cheapest, and without a disposition t talk loud, he will sell lor ready nnv the cheapest of anv other establishment in the western country. Beef cat tle and Hides will be taken in exchange for work. come aiicau till you who want bargains. apr 4 WESTERN EXCHANGE, Cadiz, Ohio. o A. F. CIS OS KEY, TTAVING taken the above well known stand in the I JL town of Cadiz, formerly occupied by Mr. Thos. D, Grimes, would resncctfullv inform his iiienda. tlifi old patrons of the establishment, and the travelling public generally, that he is prepared to accommodate them, as neuenevos, to tncir entire satisfaction. 'Hie House has been thoroughly repaired, new rooms" added, and a large reading room attached, where the principal jour nals of the day will be regularly received aud filed. Eyery 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, miircn zs. '-..-. CHEAPEST AND BEST BOOST Sf SHOES. rpHE SUBSCRIBER thankful for I past favors, offers to his old custo mers and the nublic cenernllv the lar- est and best assortment ol JJoots and ,-.J a r c it - . ouoes, pumps uiuiguiiorB, uuu nun gni 1 1 I. ll .1, W 1 " tors, childrens, &.C., together with ev ery article in his line of Business ever ouTereu in this market. He still continues to manufacture boots, shoes nnd every article in his line, in the neatest, cheapest and most lusniuuaiile stylo, lie also keeps constantly on niuius ail Kinds ol leatner, Kid skins, meu and woman's morocco skins, lining' and binding skins, sparrowbllls, pegs, nnd all kinds of Shoemakers tools, and findings of every kind, and also a good as sortment ot trunks ot uiflerant kinds; and a first rate as sortment of brass clocks, shoe blacking 4tc, all of tbc above he pledges himself to sell as cheap as the cheapest And ifho cannot convince the purchaser be can do so. he will not ask them to buy, but would earnestly solicit those wishing to buy,to give bim a cajl before purcha. sing eisewnere,nsneisoeternune(t to sen very low, par- ULumu; iui iiisij no licit) ill wmjiui IUU urucie. ill still at his old etnnd Qn Market street. - june 5, , ;;, SAMUEL SLEMMONS N. B. He still continue! the livery business, and having provi ded the best kind pf carnages, and stock, for that business, he S3 flatters himself he can accommodate thepuhlic to their satisfaction, a his terms siall bo very reasonable. NEW WHOLESALE DRV GOODS STORE, No. 133 Wood street, Pittsburgh. "1 If EGOLF is now opening an entire fresh stock Jf J Foreign and Domestio Dry Goods, in tho Store room recently occupied by D. Fiuaimmons, Esq., and one door above II. Childs &, Cu's warehouse. These goods have been purchased in the east for oash, and will be sold at a small advance on eastern nricee, for either cash oi approved paper. Merchants visiting our city will find it to their advan tage to call and examine the stock bcluro making their jiiirulinses. ... : np aa nmt J 2 BOOT AND SHOE STORE. T71 & W. HAMILTON have , general I assortment ot gentlemen's Vootsj Monroes, Shoes and Slippers, and Ladies, Lace Boots, Shoes, Calf and Kid Slippers. - At we man ufnetured them ourselves we warrant them to be good Also, a great variety of children's shoes. We still con tinue business at the old stand of Thomas Phillips, Esq, opposite the public buildings. ap 25 NEW STORE NEW GOODS. St ctcar i, JIilligat f Bennett. THE undersigned announce to the public that they have nuichascd the nronenv formerly occuDied by Wm. Bennett and intend merchandizing permanent ly in Cadiz. The customers of the old house may rest assured mat no enorton our pan snail oe spared to ren der entire satisfaction to all who may be disposed to patronise ns. , ' - we are now receiving iNew uoods, ana are determi ned to sell on the most accommodating terms. Old customers are earnestly solicited to rail ; and any quan tity o; new onei are anxiously sought lor. JAMES STEWART, . WILLIAM MILLIfiAN, april4. nv jr. Bennett. , P. S. more details hereatter. 1 . - . . S. M. it B. Tin Panning Here. THE Subscriber informs his old customers nnd the jjui'iii; i-uciu!ij ttiui, ni ins uiu mmp ill vaiu, they can purchase lower than has ever been offered west of the Ohio, any article in bis line. ., Ho keeps constantly on hand, COPPER KETTLES a LLS all sizes, TIN WARE everywariety. 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. Milliner &, Mantua Making Business Miss. JANE SCOTT, CTIAKES this method of informing the ladies of New I Athens nnd vicinitv. that she has taken a room in the house occupied by Mrs. Grimes, on Maine street in tne town ot NEW ATHENS, where she will carry on the above business in all its va: nous 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 Bpare no pains in sedulously striving to please, both as to fashion, durability and neatness ol workmanship, all who may fixvor her with their patron age, a liberal share of which she hopes to merit and re ceive. March 14,1844. PERIODICALS. Age, No. 1. nnimprovemontupon Littell's Museum ; Musical Library, No. 5 ; Ladies' Magazines for June; Pictorial Gallery, no. 4 excel lent number; Blackwood for May, can be hud of june 19. A, L. FRAZER, G. P. Agent. W1 ANTED, 10,000 lbs. Roll Butter, aUU Feathers, : 1000 bush, dry Apples, 1000 " Peaches, ' 500 " Flax Seed, - 1000 " Corn, 1000 " Oats, 500 Rye, For which the highest market price will be paid on delivery at the store of reD. totn, iow. mauuuu at tiiuiuiws. rJEW ESTAELISIirvIEK. Tillnhooil tV T. D. Oriiiit'S have commen- ced the Mercantile business in the stand lately occupied by Hogo & Woon, whore they invite their friends and the public generally, to call and examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they are de termined to sell as low ns any establishment in the place. MAHOOD & GRIMES. fem-uary8,lB44. WESTERN EXCHANGE HOTEL, And Sta; Carrollton.O apr 18. ;e office by R. H. LEGGET. CRABI3 & ROBERTS, TAILORS, 13 ESPECTFUILY inform the citizens of Cadiz, and XV vicinity, that they have removed to the frame building teccnlly erected by L. P. Milligan, Esq., on Market street, (and directly opposito Messrs. Kilgore & Go's Dry GoodsStore,) where they are prepared to do wow in a style, which shall not be surpassed in any otner snop in tne county. Thankful for past fuvors, they respectfully solicit 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 witnout lurtner delay. apr 4 f f whig National Convention ; whig song books tor xo44 ; Ashland text JJock ; Lille ot Clay ; whig Alma unc tor 1844, at june 6. A. L. FRAZER'S. UEW ARRANGEMENT Sl!l mum i .i ' Stone Cutting. ripHANKFUL for past Ikvors, the subscriber takes I this method of informing the public that he still continues to carry on the above business in the chop lately occupied by Bcdwell & Iiuebener, Cadiz Ohio, wnere all orders for HEAD AND FOOT STONES, 1UONU ., IUENTS, Ac, . will be promptly attended to, on the most reasonable terms. EDWARD T. HUEBENER. Cadiz, May 11th, 1843. 1ASH FOR FLAXSEED. The highest market V price will be paid in cash for any quantity of flax seed if delirered soon at the store of may 22 J. P. WOOD EW VOEUMEOF GRAHAM ! Ths July No, commences a new volume of Graham's Mtigiizine Then publisher promises to improve his most popular magazine. $3 per year, and will be delivered without cnarge oi postage, oy ' june 5. , , A. L. FRAZER, G. P. Agent, M AGAZINE FOR JUNE! National, Grahams, . and Lady's Book, can bo had at the subscrip uun pnue oy me single numoer ai jnne 5. " - FRAZER'), Steuhenvillc 4doz. mowing and cradling scythes, just received and for sale Tow by J. P. VVOOD may 22 may 32 SPECTACLES. JOIirJ S. LleFADDEIJ O. CO. 85, MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, KEEP constantly on hand a large assortment of, Gold. Silver. Tortoise-shell. German Silver and Steel SPECTACLES, Eye Glasaea, Unnen proven etc. -Also. PhhW Cufnrsrt Glass. coQvex. concave, per- iscopic, perifocal aud colored glnsses, tc suit all ages. special attention paid to totting new glasses . frames, , . - - . . .. t MILITARY GOODS. M. 85, MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH. riTMlE subscribers are now teceiving In addition to 1 their former stock, a large and general assortment of MILITARY GOODri, consisting in part of Swords, Sashes, Epaulette, Buttons, Laces, Cords, Braids, Caps, rl ii tr..l . ll I riumes, runipouiis, olv. uiuiiwbi uuiiipaiuus supptieu with equipments, banners, flags. Ate. i .- . . . v june tr juitM is. xictt Auutan & Co. A NEW ERA OF SHAKSPEARE . IN AMERICA! 7 'Ac cheapest and most splendidly illuminated and illustrated edition of the Bard of Avon pulliJiid. ' . , ::',' '" ' C:li(4 i l.y Hie Hon. C.itlian C. Vci planfc. ROBT. W. WIER, I'sq., will design, select, and nrrango tho illuBtrutions, of which there will be about 1400 executed on wood, in the very best style of tne modern sctiooi oi tnat art. In submitting the Prospectus of the Editor to the pub lic, the publisher has only to add that he will spare nei ther expense nor pains to make tins edition ol tne World's Poet superior to any that lias heretofore ap peared in illustrations, typography and paper. .The , form will be royal octavo, and will be issued in weekly parts, price 12J cts., which places it within tho means- ' of persons of' the most limited fortunes, whilst on ac count of its peculiar beauty it will gain itself admission into the libraries of the rich, and there prove to beono o' the choicest ornaments. ' " .: Those who wish this work in the most perfect state will only bc sure of it by taking the parts as they ap- nf-nr. winYh will r.nnlnin thft enrlv nrnnfs of thn enpra- I 1 j i 0 ; vings. , The Tragedy of Hamlet is now in press. The first part will be issued in March. ' PROSPilcTUS. The PicTonui. and IrxusniATEn editions of SHAKS PEARE, lately published in E ngland, are amongst the most beautiful specimens of the recent and remarkable improvement of the art of wood engraving, which by combining great excellence of execution with economy of price, has given an unprecedented diffusion to the most useful ns well as the most exquisite productions ol - tli. nrtn nfTIr'ftiirn The designs of Kennv Meadows for the illustrations of Tyas' edition of Shakspeare express the character of the several personages, and the spirit ot tne scene, wun wonderful truth nud power: whilst the wood engraving of Knight's Pictorial edition combine with the highest meriti of art and taste such a learned and mmuto accu racy as to scenery, costume, architecture and antiquity as to make them a perpetual and most instructive com mentary upon the Poet's text. It is now proposed to embody in an American edition, the nd.niruble illustra lion ol both these editions, engraved witn equal excel lence of mechanical execution, to add to these, other en grnvings from eminent artists, as Reynolds, Luseli, S. In....n Irn r. .wl I, n nrtnn. ..nn.r th.m t.i.tli n hnnnh. fully printed and correct text. But the publisher, anxious that his country should pay some part of tho homage due from her to the great est. Poets, as to one who belongs not Bolely to England but to all who speak tho tongue That Shakspeare spake, '- : ' could not content himself with a mere republication or compilation. He has therefore prevailed upon R. W. Weir, whose reputation (is an Aitist is already identi fied with his country's history, to contribute a scries of ; original designs, together with such advice and nssis- i tance in otherdetails ol art asms taste may suggest for tne iiiusirauou and cnineinsnineui oi irus puoiication. From the same rensou the publisher, instead of reprinting , tne text nnu commentary oi any popular Jtngiisn im pression, was desirous that his edition should have the supervision of an American editor. This task has been undertaken, by GU1LAN C. VERPLANCK. 1 he nlun proposed to himself bv the editor, is to fur nish the reader with a carefully prepared and accurate ly printed text, unencumbered by any notes or com ments upon the page itself; ns however useful they may be elsewhere, they aro too apt to divert the mind from the power of the Poet's thought, und to disturb the ma gic of his scene. Such notes as muy be thought nseful lor the explanation or criticism ol the textjwill be thrown mto-an Appendix to each play. The text of Sliakspeare's dramatic works, drawn ' from old printed copies in his age, which had nover pas sed under the author's own eye, was consequently dis- ngured by many errors and obscurities. It passed du ring the last ccnturv throncb a succession of varvimr editions until the revision of Stevens and Malone, whose text (or rather that of Stevens) hns become the stan dard from which most of the English and American se ditions have been printed, wilh various degrees of ar curacy. Hut wittnii the last twenty years, a more mi-, mite and familiar acquaintance with old English idioms hubits 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 the numerous though slight deviations from the ancient text appearing in modem editions, are useless or erro neous interpolations, sometimes weakening the sense Uiln uiitu etiuDLiiuLiii nil aiiuuuij uiuuuiuiiuiid iiiviiii.ai - regularity for the Poet's own native melody. Accord ingly very many of these emandntiona have been rejec ted by the last and best English editors, especially Mr. Knight and Mr. Collier, and the readings ol the old fo lios and quartos have been restored, unless where some error ot the press or manuscript was unuemably mani fest. Yet there are many such passages confessedly corrupt, and requiring conjectural emendation; there arc also differences of reading between the several old impressions, affording grounds forsome diversity of text and warm cbntroversy between the more recent editors. Upon tnese, the American editor thinks it due to tne character of tb cJ'tion, to decide for himself without implicitly following the text of any one modern edition. As the industry and learning of prior editors have fur nished the collation of various readings and the autbori- hpl iinnn ttrmrh lhav mnv hn annnnrl.il I h n lie I, nn longer that of laborious investigation, bui, aj; it were, o judicial decision enlightened by contendjng.argiimen As many of these variations are of nearly equal prob-, ability, and as some of them are doubtless the author's own alterations at different periods, all the more impor-V mm reuuiugs win oe prcsenieuio inereacenn tne notes for his own selection. Those notes will also contain so1 much ofcommentnry as maybe useful io explain anti quated words and phrases, obscurely expressed passages ' and allusions to obsolete opinions or V'e habits or his tory of the times; the whole in as condensed a form aa ihuui.ciuic. m uiij uuiuiuimiiiry upon. omiKspeare, however brie", would be imperfect if it did not present some view of the higher criticism employed, not on the. interpretation of Iris language, but upon his thoughts, his character, his poetry, pasaions, philosophy. The only difficulty here arises from the abundance, the mng- ' nificent variety, of tho materials contributed during the last half century by the most brilliant minds of Europe. Still it is believed that this duty can bo satisfactorily performed without swelling the edition to an inconve nient bulk. II. W. HEWET, Publisher, ' s - : 881 Broadway, New York. - is. .1. sAJtirsojv Co, , - WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, - . AND DEALERS IN i .,!'.,."'? " FITTSBUFGH MANUFACTURED ARTICLES ,, No. 16 Liberty Street, ; ' Opposite the head of SmithSeld street, ' ' june 5. ' ' Pittsbcwih' Pa. 1 '. Dr. JAiUE CHUMEY RESPECTFULLY Inform, his old friends that he lias resumed the practice of Physic and Surgery, at the town of ' ' :' .. ' " t FRANKLIN, HARRISON CO. O. -" , and he hopes by strict attention to business, and by moderate charges, to merit and receive a fall share of public patronage. ; His medicines are fresh and genu- uie. ' , " nine 19..' , ; - . r ..I ROOKS, an excollent selection of choice school and ' mj Liinrary noons, unu on uu average iuu J jici ni, cheaper than over before offered. , , , , ,-, . may 29. .. - J.P.WOOD.'