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the doctrines of the manufactures, sliould (he
doctrines of the most ultra free trade man, bo cal
led, be carried out, would be, that they (the
tnanufactureis) would bare a protection eg-tinst
foreign commodities of 40 per cent, oa the val
ue, or two-fifths of the cost of the article. 1 not
this protection enough! Can it be expedient to
manufacture, in this country, goods which can be
made two-fifths cheaper elsewhere t Caunoi our
labor be turned to belter account in some other
way?
But most free trade men are willing to make
some discrimination in favor of particular articles.
McKay's bill, which was before Congress at the
last session, made a ditcriruination. The free
trade men generally would have been satisfied
with that bill. They would be satisfied wiih it
.now. The maximum range of duties in that bill
with the exception of a few artxles, was 30 per
ceut. ad valorem. Then add 15 per cent, for
cost of importation, and it makes a protection to
the American manufacturer of 45 percent. At
this rate of duty a shirting which costs 71 cents
in Manchester could only be laid down here at
iuj cents thus:
... Cost iu Manchester .' 7,25
Duty and expenses 45 per cent 8,26
' 10,51
In other words, we consent to pay our own manu
facturers 10,51-100 for goods which we can buy
In Ensland at 7,25-100. If this is not enougli
vre are of opinion that the business cannot be
worth pursuiufl. At any rate, it ought not to be
pursued at a greater expeuse than this to con
sumers.
: The question, then, at issue before the coun
try is not whether there shall be high protective
idudes pr no duties, but whether there shall be
-moderate duties, levied with a primary view to
revenue, or extravagant and even prohibitory du
ties on many articles, laid tor the sake or pro-tec
tion. Manifestly, prohibitory duties, can pro
duce no revenue, because, under such duties, no
goods would be imported. If prohibitory duties
were extended to. all articles, there would be no
-revenue, and it would become necessary to resort
to direct taxation for the support of government.
It is therefore quite as correct to charge the tar
iff men wrth being in favor of direct taxation, as
.the free trade men. It is only by misrepreson
. ting the doctrines of the latter, that they can be
tmade to appear anything but just; reasonable, and
.proper. ,; ,:
- From the New York Sun.
, OUR It EL AXIOMS WITH CHINA.
' ' VVhoii it was first contemplated to open com
mercial relation with China, it was contended thai
we have enjoyed a very lucrative as well as tran
quil intercourse with that country; and it was
questionable whether any direct intercourse with
that government would tend to strengthen the
amicable feelings which at present existed; and
as long as we paid our debts- our intercourse
would be uninterrupted. The administration
took a different and more national view of the
question, and the President considered that it
was unbecoming' the dignity as well as the inter
ests of this' country, to allow the subject of com
.mercial intercourse between the United States
and any nation to rest upou a contingency, or,
what was worse, to be carried on by f.ivor of suf
ferance. Our flig, which was seen in every sea,
.should be made to cover its pwn sovereignly, and
jiot seek the protection of any other power. It
'was also considered, that the war declared and
waged by Great B.itain against China, although
.succeeded by a treaty ot peace and commercial
alliance, left a very natural feeling of ill will and
distrust towards the English, which would mani
fest itself in a inoro favorable consideration to
wards the United Slates; and the selection of a
sensible and discreet citizen, familiar with com
jnerce, to open friendly relations with the celes
tial empire, will no doubt be productive of the
very best results. We understand that our good
;lriends the liiiiglislr have beeu at considerable
pains to impress upon the Chinese ministers that
. a visit of Mr. Cushing to Pekin may bo construed
- into unfriendly feeling towards them, and a mark
of distinct partiality for the Americans, and they
jniy succeed in preventing the visit of the minis
ter to the interior; but at ihe same time, they
cannot prevent the adoption of a commercial
treaty, negotiated with the commissioner Keying.
,iven at the time ot Lord Macartney's embassy,
- there was great difficulty in his procuring permis
sion to visit rekin. ouch is the nature of thei
non-intercourse policy. It is supposed that some
of the recent outbreaks in Canton by the rabble,
. which maaifesteditselt by an attack on the Amer
ican flag-star', were instigated by persons under
English mlluence; but this at leases poor policy
- because, should any event tend to interrupt their
commercial intercourse with China, it is the in
lerest of Great Britain to sustain friendly relations
between the Chinese and this country, and thus
keep up their supplies ' indirectly. Everything
eems to favor the impression that we are to have
a valuable trade with China in teas, silks, drugs,
&c, and no efforts will be neglected to secure
favorable treaty. With the enterprise which
invariably characterizes our merchants, we un
derstand that a lino of iron vessels, with propel
lers, of' the size of those now trading between
. Philadelphia and New York, will be established
to run between Canton and Suez, at the head of
the Red sen. The fine teas und silks brought
by these vessels will be transported over land to
Cairo, and down the Nile to Alexandria, where
the cargoes will be transhipped to this country,
makinir the vovace in sixty davs from Canton to
he United States, our government having alrea
dy adopted -the necessary measures to procure
permission for the overland trade. , The canal
from Suez to the Nile may soon be completed,
or a sailroad across the penisula will greatly facil
itate the direct intercourse with China and the
East Jndies, , Our policy is distinctly commercial
Bird we have the elements of rivaling the most
euccesstul countries on earth. England is the
.wjy iwwer which takes; ' the lead of us, and in
' our rapid strides we may soon be up to her. li
if a lubject on which we must never sleep.
PI.E AM WILD enCRRY .
Are tree of our own soil, and are reticrally known
to proses eren in the common way of prepaiation, re
markable virtue in the cure of diwaart of the Lungs
bow much more vnluable than must highly concentra
ted preparation prove, when o combined with other ar
ticle a to act iu harmony with each other, and adap
ted to the vaiion form and singes of the disease it U
so eminently calculated to ulleviute.
The Valium of hild C'Arrr never fail toeiie relief.
and cure after every other mean have ben tried iu
vain, i in nna been proven in thousands ol instance,
where it had diet ted radical cures, after the patient
had been given up by all bis fiientls and physician.
ree advertisement.
EXHIBIT,
OF THE
Kccciptsfc Expenditures
OF HARRISON COUNTY,
for the year commencing June 1st
1913, and ending June 1st, 1811.
COMMERCE OF THE PRAIRIES, or the journal
of a Santa Fe trader, during eight expeditions a-
cm the great western Prairie, and a residence of
nearly nine yean io Northern Mexico, illustrated
with, aap and engravings, by Joalah Grey, 2 vols.
We.ei - A. L. FRAZER'S.
i.ii.,novemberl3., .-',:v.',V . i.i . !,- .'.:
TpOEMS and Ballads of Schiller, with a brief sketch
o JL of hili& by E. a Bulwer, for tale by
1U. AO. . A. Lt. e.lCAZiiIt.
FpR SAILING UP SALT RIVER.
; r HiE Subscriber respectfully informs thoe indebted
JL wine late arm oi uoe, uogg . c., mat lie in'
. . h'i . SHORTLY TO LEAVE ,
for collection all bit note, Book account Slc. In the
hand of hi Attorney and Justice of the Peace to col
lect, as no further indulgence can be givenalso his
vandue note are now due and muat be attended to those
wishing to be safe will do well to be up and a doing.
,'". LIBERAL PRICES WILL BE GIVEN TOR
POUK &, CLOVER SEED.
- '. For freight or paasage or other particular apply to
., in papmin on noara or at ma out rcaiuence mo. sx
Maw street uuns. .. ., l( . ... nov. 13,
FEMALES BEWARE.
It i an indisputable fact, demanding aeriotia Rnd sol
emn comiderution, that thousands of the f tircst and
lovliest of the reunite eex, full yearly into au untimely
grave) the unconscious victim ol their owu suiciual
acts)
From the Register of Mortality we find the deaths
ol renin lea to mr exceed those ol mnlca ami mat tne
greater portion die in the bloom of youth, before they
uttain the age o f twenty-one, nay twenty! Consump
tion is a disease, that spreads its insidious ravages
tnrougnout tne universe, ana nips ootu great auu smun.
Listen then to a warning roice wmcn ecnoea constant
ly in young ears, and guard join selves from the first
unerring seed of this disease, which is ccitain to knit
it fatal threads und hurry you to the solitary tomb!
As the Rattlesnake it warns you of its poisonous fungs
and you heed it not, until the sting of death is fast riv
eted in your system. It is only at this time for the first,
you will begin to be concerned about your health;
but it may he too late. May tnese facta awaken you
from your slumbers, anil cause you to listen to the voice
of reason, and use the medicine that has prolonged
and preserved the lives of thousands when used in time,
UK. DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT UEMEDY.
A medicine prepared especially for diseases of the
Respiratory organs, viz: Colds, Coughs,, Influenza,
Bronchitis, sore throat, inclination of the mucus mem
brane, spitting of blood, asthma. For sale by
aug.21. . W.B. BEEUE, Cadiz.
JAYNE'd CARMINATIVE BALSAM
Is a certain, sale and effectual remedy for Dysentery
iliarrliaea, or looseness, I holera Morbus, BUIUMftK
COMPLAINT, Colic, Griping Pains, Sour Stomach
Sick and Nervous lleadauli, Heartburn, Waterbrash,
Pain or Sickness of the Stomach, vomiting, Spitting
up of Food alter Eating, and also where it passes thro'
the body unchanged, Want of Appetite, Restlessness
and Inability to bleep, Wind in the stomach and How
els, Hvsteiics, Crnmi), Nervous Tremors and Twitch
ings. Sea Sickness, runnings, Melancholy and lowuess
ot Spirits, r retting anil Crying ot Inlants, and lor all
liOWULiAf rfc-Ui lUS,and NUKVOUbmnriASUS
This is one of the most efficient pleasant, antl safe
compositions ever olleied to the public for the cine oe
the various de.angerneuts ol the stomacu and dowki.s,
and the only article worthy of the least confidence Col
ouring CHOLERA INFANTUM or SUMMER COM
PLAINT: and iu all the above diseases it really acts
like a charm. .
All persons are requested to try it, for without exoep
tien it is the most valuable family medicines ever yet
discovered. Hundreds, nny, thousands, of certificates
have been received from Physicians, Clergymen, and
families of the first respectability bearing the strongest
testimony in its favor, too numerous to publish. For
in sale C adiz by McBean St Knox. Sept'r 11.
GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE.
Graham's Magazine has- long enjoyed the envious
reputation of being the bear periodical in the uni
ted Suites both in the quality and number of embellish
ment, antl in the tone of its literary mutter. It is the
cheapest as well as the best. The ohoapnosa and mer
it of a three dollar magazine over all others are appar
ent, which has riitule an outlay of over
$7000 GREATER THAN OTHERS
an addition of engravings over other magazines that
would embellish the costliest annual, , The publisher
il however sattshed that nothing but real excellence
an maintain the high position that his periodical has
attained in the United States, nnd as the taste im
proves and cxtent.s for good works, thai nothing of a
humbug order will bo tolerated.
The publisher does not hesitate to say, that he de
fies all competition with Graham's Magazine for eigh
teen hundred and forty-lour. His immense subscrip
tion list, the merit and the number of his contributors,
the high order of the engravers engaged, the u amber
and variety ol elegant plates already purchased and
on band, and his immense facility winch his capi'al
give lum to prosescute the work, render any efforts at
rivalry a matter of ridicule. Every number of I ho
work issued, boni s with it the evidence of its triumph-f
ant success, anil establishes the impossibility ot suc
cessful competition.
Every number of Graham's Magazine is issued at a
cost of nearly one thousand dollars the plates alone
cost nearly half the sum. Most of the plates are
from original American paintings executed expressly
lor the proprietor, for enngravitigs for the Magazine.
Among tho pictures painted for the volumes for 1844,
are two by Sully, the great artist, several by Lcutze,
Chapman, Inmaii, Conuroe, Rothermcl, Thompson,
and others of the best artists of America. The cost
of getting the embellishments in this style, may he
estimated when we state that sonic of these pictures
cost two hundred dollars a pieco, and will cost Us
soineol mem three times that sum to have them enga
ged anil worked off for ihe edition of Graham. But
no cost shall be spared to keep our prowl position at
the head ol tlie periodicals ol the world.
The most splendid engravings of all sorts lend their
charm to the pages of Graham's Magazine. Every
thine in the way of novelty and beauty that has ever
been invented is laid under contribtidon. Nothing
that capital and taste can supply is omitted. First,
aa the most elegant nnd appropriate, as well as the
most popular embellishment, we place Sartain's Bril
liant Mezzotint Engraving.
We were the first to inliQduce this beautiful style of
work, as a regular embellishment of the popular
monthlies. Its wide spread reputation, through the
mean of our amnio list, called forth a host of imita
tors, but U to this time nothing has been produced to
rival the glorious pictures given in Graham "The
Shepherd's Love," and "The Coquette." . These, with
a host of others done for us by Mr. Sartain, stand 'un
precedented and alone' at the head of American en
graving. We have several of these inimitable tales
under way, and shall givo one m tho January numoer.
I he series ot elegant sleet engravings Irom the bu
rin of Rawdon, Wright, Hatch &. Smillie, Jackson,
Welch, Walter, nnd others, winch have graced Gra
ham's Magazine, have never been surpassed in the
country, and some ot them, ot which we may desig
nate 'The Fountain,' 'The Captives,' and the 'Signal,'
nave never been excelled in Europe. 1 he exquisite
liue, and line and stipple engravings, will be followed
by a series now on hand for 1844, of most magnificent
subjects. One or more will appear in January.
Charcoal kcteie.i, titclungx on alrel.
These engravings will for the most part illustrate tlic!
popular Btorie of Joseph C. Neal, author of 'Char
coal Sketches,' and will be mushed lor us in V eager s
lmmitubleatvle. Mr. Neal ranks aa the best humorist
in America, and baa long been known aa 'Auiorican
Koz.'
The publisecr of Graham gives the correct fashions.
for both ladies and gentlemen, in addition to the usu
al number of steel and mezzotint engravings, and does
not omit a plate, or give the fashions in place of one,
when they appear in his book.
More particularly for the use of the ladies, and as
an attractive embellishment, we shall continue to give
the handsomest specimens of colored flowers of ttie
field and garden, a sort of illustration peculiarly ap
propriate lor the study of persona of taste, and widely
Bought after by all lovers of the beautiful.
Graham's Magazine is the only periodical that has
the enterprise und sagacity to give to the world a fall
series of highly furnished portrait of our disiinguished
ntornti. . . - ' ,
We have under way some fine original matter for the
e t rI ' L - . .1 : 1. 1 .. .
pugcBui Planum. a iijb ib uotuiuuiu iiiuiier pttrucuiur.
IV to suuscruicrs in tne country, 1 Ins with the bril
liant array of attractions before enumerated, at the
price named, will render urnnams Magazine the most
popular and cheapest periodical m America.
To Pobtmabtkrb anu OTHWiB The high merit of Gra
hams Magazine considered, the publisher flnttor him'
elf that the following liberal terms will induce thou
sands to subscribe. - ' . ...
Editor copying will be entitled to an exchange for
one year. AupreB, ,
GEO. R. GRA HAM,
No 98 Chcanut t Philadelphia.
County Fund.
RECEIPTS.
County Treasurer Dr.
SBusby&J
others
To Cash transferred from old School
Fund
Cash transferred from old Building
Fund
C. Couawav Road Damages
Win. Sharp in full of Note
John M. Mullin Fine
Qjl..mrii. r WiIa H
T. C. Vincent, Esq.
B. Gundy balance
G. Shnfl'er, Esq.
J. Selby, Esq.
Isaac Talbott, Esq.
J. M. Brown, Esq.
T. Phillips, Esq.
A. Conaway, Esq.
A. Conaway, Esq.
(I. Becke1,Esq.
M. 11. Phillips, Esq.
J. Selby, Esq.
N. Tannehill, Esq.
J. M. Brown, Esq.
R. P. Simpson, Esq." Shills
John Penn Note
A. Barrett forfeited Road Bond
Thus. Edie do do
John Bricker do , do
James Edwards Tavern License
371 50 5
055
116
5
74
21
00
00
30
47
97
117 47 0
" McDonough
" Poulson
" Stewart
" VVarton
" Henry
" D. Bell
" G. Bell
" McKee
" Bolen
" Clifford
" Sidle
n
37
4
1
8
6
5
4
5
5
1
8
7
5
7
15
6
18
2
5
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00
00
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12
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12
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54
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39
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Win B. Delanv do
John Summers do 5
Brand s Bethel do 5
Geo. B. Smib do 6
R.J. Edney do 5
J.iue Evans do 5
Frederick Beckley do 5
Simeon McMath do 6
David Aibaugh do 5
Thomas Walker do 5
M. F. Mallernec do ' 10
James McNutt permit .' 2
Gurge Wible do 2
James McNutt do 10
Joseph Brown do 5
Neri Longshore do 5
JuhuUilberl do 5
Peter Conner do 8
Garret Glassner do 5
Jusiah Crawford do 5
G. W. BleaUrnore do 2
Henry Wisenor do 5
Robert Ste wait do 5
A.F. Croskey do 10
Moses Hundley do 5
Hem y Parmer do 5
John Lvle do 10
R.IIolliday do 5
Henderson Simmons do .8
Timothy Titus do 2
R.T.Thompson do 5 -
Edward Hughs do 5 42
William Claik do 8 50
Adam Quill in do 5
Jncob Sawville do 8 00
W;Hiam Welsh do 5
J. M. Gaudy do 2
M. F. Mallemee do 10
John Cummins do 2
David McM.iih do 5
Sutif 1 Thompson Steed-horse License 5
ll;ram Palmer do . 5
Al. Salsbury do 5
Robert Dean do 5
A.MuCullough do 5
John D. Galbreath do 5
Ezekiel Wheeler do 5
Frederick Brandt do 5
Augustus Porter do 5
Aluses Cannon do 5
Samuel Thompson do 5
C. Anderson do 5
John Merrill do 5
Henry Bricker do 5
N. Tannehill do 5
David Frazer do 5
Charles Conaway do 5
David Bradeu ' do 5
Jesse Alexander do 5
Samuel Campbell do 5
Samuel McFaddon do 5 -
James Muholm ' do - 5
Robert A. Moore do 5
James Haslett do 5
John Eastetday do 5
Thomas M. Elwain do 5
Samuel Kerr do 5
Aims Alorgan do 5
John W. Arnold do . 5
John Booth do 5
Baldwin Barrett do 5
Alichael Salsbury do 5
John Dodds do 5
Joshua P, Watsoii do 5
John S. lleffling . do 5
John Davis do ' 5
John W. Arnold do 5
James W. Beebe store permit 10
Burtch & Moore do 12
D. B. Atkinson & Co. do 5
Cash collected on Duplicate 3133
Delinquencies of 1842 110
School District Delinquent Tax 7
Cash collected on Notes and For
feited Bonds 201 51 0
Tax refunded- property wrong
sold
Repairs and fixtures Court House
and Public Oificcs
Repairs and fixtures for Jail
T. C Vincent Index Judicial Re
cords Court Common Pleas
Wm. TiiiL'ley Index Judicial Re
cords Supremo Court
Constables atteudins on Court
Prosecuting Attorney fees
S. W. Bosiwick, allowance by Com
missioners, for examining Offi
cial Bonds
W. Bortwick, allowance by
Court,
Ballot Box for North township
Treasurer for recording Official
Bonds
Coroner fees
Justices for assisting to open poll
books
Wm. Cady, late Sheriff fees State
case
Tavern License refunded
M. F. Mallemee boarding Jury,
Siate vs. Ady
R. Given timber cut by supervisor
J. Graham criminal doquet
Public Printing
Medical attendance on insane ca
ses
Coal for Jail, Court House and Of
fices
Township Clerks returning enume
ration of youth
School District Tax
Township Trustees returning Poll
Books
Treasurer's per contuse on dupli
cate
Treasurers per centage on miscel
laneous lunds
Allowance bv Commissioners to
Treasurer for extra services
Counterfeit money
Amount iu Treasury
D.
05
40
54
250
11
38
230
23
10
1
5
5
r.
70
82
50
30
13
50
75
05
6 75
85
50
305
Bond Fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
To cash collected on duplicate $
County Treasurer Tr,
By Treasurer's per cculagc
Road Certificates
Cash paidTownshipTrerusurvrs
Total
State and Cnnnl fund.
County Treasurer Pr.
tt. c. si.
07 29 0
2177 ii2
120 58 1
,2305 53 0
To cash for Pedler Liceuso
Cash collected on duplicate
Surplus Revenue Interest
Professional Tax
Auction Dut'es
3
8
10
1
1
213
12
50 19 8
Total
D. C.
50
8201 19
1336 18
71
3 30
68
S'JOOI
County Treasurer Cr.
By Treasurer's per centage
Slate's proportion ot printing
State Treasurer's receipt
Amount in 1 reasury
Total,
' 40
7
108
100
40
20
40
370
50
61 5
12
94 7
23 5
47 4
To cash received of Joseph Harper
Cash received of John Downing
Total expenditures
$5708 49 9
Poor Fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
Balance in Treasury June 7th,
1843
Cash collected on duplicate
1843
Total
County Treasurer Cr.
D. C. M.
th,
257 58 4
of
609 41 1
$800 99 5
Cash paid for removing Paupers to
Pool House
Out door Paupers
Siore Goods for Poor House
Provisions
Physicians
Stipe rinlendent
Directors
Shoe-Making
Coal
Smith work
Coffins
Digging graves
Boards
Treasurer's per centage
Amount in 1 reasury
4 MERICAN TRACT SOCIETY. Depot at Steu-
XA-benville. inevuiuauio publication ol this soci
ety are remarkably cheap, Among some of them now
in store are D'Aubigne'i Reformation, 3 vol. t Hills
Scripture History, Abbotts young Christian; do. Moth
er at borne t do. child do. ; Memoir of Dr Puyou ; do.
Jn. Taylor i do, Harriet VVinslowt Mammon by Har
ris! Flavela Fountain of life s Baxter' aaiuui rest i Veun' 1
Duty of man j Persuasives to enrly piety WiJberforce' Constable and Guard fees in State
Fracticui view Melville's tnuie j riougiusj tuiwards'
listory of Iiedemption, &c, &.O., at the Hookatnre ol
nov.U. , t , ; A. Li fUAZUJK.
50
08
20
43
Total Receipts $5706 49 0
EXPENDITURES.
County Treasurer Cr.
By Cash due Troasurer on settls-
went , , .
Township Assessors
Road Damages
William Barrett Sheriff fees board
ing, State and Insane cases, and
allowance by Court
T. C. Vincent Clerk fees, State &.
Insane cases, and allowance by
Court
Stationery, Blank Books and Light
for Public Offices
John Sharp Auditor fees
Commissioners fees f
Road Viewers
Surveying Roads " ;." '
Chaining and Marking Roads .
Justices of the Peace in State cases
947
105
254
80
08
25
416 19
Magistrates' Blanks for sale at this oHicO.
cases - .....
Witness fees la Slate cases
Juror fees ' "
Associate Judges
132 28 5
181 55 9
769 29 5
134
20 04
15
22 55
22 44 7
65 39
232 88 ;
401 83
200 75
D. C. M.
i
81 75
154 76
181 62 7
73 27 5
38 83
150
51
4 35
25 20
5 81
9
75
75
17 37 7
72 54 6
$868 99 5
Building Fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
D.
Balance in Treasury June 7lh,
1843 1055
Cash amount of delinquencies 36
Total $1092
County Treasurer Cr.
D.
Cash transferred to county fund by
order ot Ihe Commissioners ojo
Divine for Coal House 48
Plastering Court House 230
Interest on Jail Debt 34
Fitting up and stove for Law Office 49
Repairs to Jail and staying Treas
urers Olhce 40
Amount iu Treasury 28
C. M
38
73
11
C. M.
52
12
49
98
i).
231
15
9112
3
'
c.
30
14
23
HVlMfr-rf-Al
the tore of Hoj; Sc. Tipton oa Main--ten
l.Otli) bushels of I)fivd Apple,
l.ltllt) do do Poachei- '.' .
Silt) do Tituo'liy eel,
- 4'it) do Flax ff',
i jrj.liOO jxitinrfs Roll Enttcr, ' " " -
For which ihe hiirUt uia:ket irj.-c will tr pnid by
Oct. 3mh. lHX.t; A. TIPTONj
School JJooLs
ECLECTIC and Goodrich' Hauler. Gcorn(liv.
Grammars and ffpellers. Bibles, 'l'c.-tamfiila,l'ifn
and Hymn ltooks, for tale bv - r
Ort.3iith. " iux;:AnrTON.s
$9661 68 5
School Land fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
D.
69
108
c.
72
04
M.
Total
$175 76
County Treasurer Cr.
By Treasurer's per centage
Amount in 1 reasury
Total
1
$175 76 0
Three Per Cent. fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
To transfer from Bridge Fund
County Treasurer Cr.
i:s GOODS.
THE Subscriber have just received" from UmT Ca(-.
era cities, a very extensive nnd trenerul .UssaiU
went of Fall and Winter Goods, which ihey-oOVf lo
sale at their well known store room, one dwt WHit of
the Post-Olfice, on the most accoinmodnun;;. term.
All persona wishing to purchase ?ood, in particularly
requested to call and examine their stuck before pur
chasing elsewhere, as they are ileie.iuineJ to bo,uu
dersold by none. The following romnrise n p-t-tff
their stock: -
DRY GOODS. ' V.,
Broad Cloths, from $1,50 to $6,50 cents f rr. yard
Cassimeres plain and fancy. Velvet silk mi4 ooitou.
Sattinetts plain and fancy. Vesting .Satin Fancy Ac,
Jeans and Flannels, Parceuetts Black silk fir.,
Crape black and Leae, Cravats and Stuck., '
Muslinaand urium-'s, nnawiauuu iinuuK en r,
'Bed Tickine.
Irish Linnen, Black and Bai'd Gine;rifims,Ciitton FUm
nela, Gala Plaid, Cloak Linings, Chucks and .Plnpprijj
Cambric, Cilieoes, Silk Alnaccas, Alprtcoa LnstrO
barred and plain. Moritinea, Mouslin do l.attics, u iin
mere de Cafise, Bombazines, Gimps, and Frin?os,Ri!
bed nnd Plain Cashmere Hose, Gloves aml'.Uits, Sus
penders, Tiodun Conduits, tur, tloth, lJlu!c,aml N ai
uaps, Jjoudon Whips, i amaue nrui luu.iij nmi
Travelling Baskets. Umbrellas, Win-bw Paper, Ilo-
melias, Edgings, Lac:s, Black Mik C.avata, itc. if.
liar tlit are. i
China Glass, and Quoenswarc.;. ..
a general assortment., iron, smis, -nsiinsrs hv"i
Buxrs, Window Glass! together with Cotton ntidCord
lette Yarn, Wiekin?, Battitis;, Stile Leather) lllOO feet
Muhogany Veneering, &o. &.c. i
GROCERIES.
Coffee from 8 to 12 cents per pound, N. O. Loaf anil
Maple Sutrar, N. O. and i?mrar House Moltiasc, Mad
der, Alum, Indigo, Itosin oriil fancy f oap, Scotch itin.
Rappee Snuff, Sperm and Tanner's fXI;tt gt'iimtie arti
cle of Tobacco, and all other ai tides u uiilly tcjit in
stores. .,. .. j
All kind of merchantable produce take; at the barb-
est market price, and cash tliankiully reci-,vod.
Oct. 30th. 18-14. HOGG it TIP
I).
$3
c.
00
D. C
By halance due Treasurer on for
mer settlement
$3 00 0
JOHN SHARP,
Auditor of Harrison county,
Auditor's Office, Oct. 23d, 1844.
'TOX.
NEW STORE
AKD CKEAP GOODS.
THE Subscriber hasjust ojicned and offers for sale
on entire new ilock of Fall and Winter Goods,
FALL AND WINTER U00DS.
T TAVE recu.ved, nml arejust
I i receivins, a; Splendid and
Choice Stock ol Full and in
ter Goods, cotisletini; m pait of
the following avtliius, vu : Blue,
Black, Brown, Urcetwind other
colors Beaver Clnth'T Black,
blue and fancvCwsimt'if.Cas-
'sinetts. BufUtlu Clollis, Vewtins.
Flannels; a great variety of men's and buy's Caps, ve
ry cheap; Crape dc Cnssi, Cashmere de Keoiscif Uovtv
lios, Crape dc Lane, Tenobiaa, Alpacctts; and Meimos,
a rrrent varietv for ladies' dresses; Gindinins, Piint.
Cheeks nnd fied Tiekins; Woolen and !Mlk Shawl;
also, Hardware Iron, Nails, Shovel! yueeiwure,aiil
Ladies' Bonnets, toeethorwith a groat variety n"w
articles too tedious to mention. .,.
-o ' . ' " ''' . t
Mai
-l -ikiwf-.s'; aTV
I
i
I.
mm
to the public generally,
found tho following:
Dry
Among his assortment will be
Goods.
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Satflnetts,
Flannels,
Duo Skins,
Coffee,
Tea,
Sugar,
Molasses,
Tobacco,
Tickings,
Muslins,
Checks,
Ginghams,
Calicoes,
Alpaccas,
Merinues,
Palmetto Cloth,
Mousliu de laines,
Silks.
Groceries.
Boston Syrup,
Madder,
Alum,
Indigo,
Starch,
Pepper,
Spice,
Ginger.
Cloves,
Kice.
Total
$1092 11 0
School Fund.
County Treasurer Dr,
To balance old School Fund
A. Turner show permit
Cash
Total $6973
County Treasurer Cr.
to county old
d. c. K.
371 50 4
10
6592 47 7
98 1
Hardware.
Knives and lorks, Kazors and cases, limges A screws,
Spoons, Snuflers, Percussion caps,
Penknives, Candlesticks, Currycombs,
Shoe knives, Padlocks, Horse cards.
Butcher knives. Door latches, Shoe tucks.
Ciuecnsware and Glassware well as
sorted.
Pittsburgh Goods
SUCH AS
Coal Shovels, Grain Shovels, Manure Forks, Window
Glass, Nails, Cotton Vain, Coverlet y am, Batting,
Wicking, Tea Kettles, Flaxseed Oil,
Lad in oil, Beaver Buckets,
Hopes, &c. &.c.
All the above goods will be sold nt the very lowest
rates, and on the most accommodating terms.
A. F. HANNA.
Store room, one door below Wm. Shotwell's store,
on Market street,
October 2, 1844. CADIZ, O.
V t
500 Bushels Dried Peaches,
. l.OOO Bushels dried Apples
10,000 Pounds Boll butter,:
500 Bushels timothy bed
tlOO Bushels of flaxseed, - . ....
300 Bushels Clover Seed, - I ;
For which the' highest market piricc wlllbe given..' .,..
We solicit the public, before making their purchase
elsewhere, to call and examine our stock, as we. flatter
ourselves that it cannot be beat in the county. . . . :
Oct. Uith, u.
An Earnest Call. T ; , "
r riHE Subscriber, being about to piick'iip'hls diili f.ir
X Hall -Itii er, or some other place, is under the neces
sity of calling upon those indebted to him tor Subscrip
tion to the Citdiz rr'entinel, job work, or advertising, to
assist him to a little cash, to defray the ex;;euso of the trip
and to pay off what he owes before staitin-f Many have
promised to pay him this fill, iind.inlcss they come up
to the work soon, he will almost begin to l!hnk that they
have been taking lessons from them "same ohk eoi)i."
that promised the people "two dollar? a d;i;,- ami roast
beef." bn t never wrUmned! 1 Ie ctu-nqt , however, Har
bor ouch an opinion. Dehocpatr, VJipri they wk
promises generally intend to iu if it thetn: ihereis-jl
time for those who have promised to p-tj- him thii fill, i
loso between now and the 1st ol Devmber next. . ill
they do it'? Those who cannot pay n!, can- .probably
pay apart, and those who have nothing lb- pay, can at
least signify their willingness by calling uiitl settlins: nrA
giving their notesorduebill Such as do nut rav any
nvj-aril to this call necii not be offended if thev find the.r
accounts in the hands of proper office: s for culloe-tiou.-i
Oct. luth, ,t.,.jrt..u.i,i,r,.
D.
By cash loaned
School Fuud 371
Treasurer's percentage 110
John Eaton, Treasurer of Bolmont
county 121
James Cameron, Treasurer of Car
roll county 33
Township Treasuters 6200
Amount remaining in Treasury 131
50
07
61 4
13
93
70
Total
$6973 98 1
Kridge Fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
0.
To cash collected on duplicate $572
c.
68
County Treasurer Cr.
By cash paid W. Arnold for culvert
Treasurer' per centage
C. Spiker for Spiker's bridste
Transferred to 3 percent, fund
Amount in Trcusury
D.
61
17
45
3
446
c.
20
34
M.
13 4
WISTAK'S UALSAiU.
9 .
The following we hare just received from Messrs,
Fall, McCrackenSe Co., agents for the sale of
Wulafs JSalsamoj mid Cherry, Lancaster,
Ohio:
TO THE PUBLIC!
" I feel it my duty, aa an act of kindness to the afflic
ted, to inform them that Wistur's Balsam of Wild Cher
ry has done for my daughter. There is many a parent
who has given up a beloved daughter or son, as a prey
to that fell destroyer, Consumption. They have as I
have done tried all the must skilful and eminent phy
sicians within their knowledge, and nil of the most
popular remedies that seemed to hold out some hope fur
a continuance of life, without getting any relief.
" To all such, who, like me, have been aeeking with
trembling hope ful some remedy of real efficiency, I
would say, aeek no farther, but try at once Dr. Wisuir'a
Balsam ol Wild Cherry. My daughter saran Jane,
aged 17 years, whose life for months had been despair
ed of, and waa supposed as sure prey to Consumption,
has been cured! restored to perlect health ! and that too,
by using five bottle pf Dr. iemr1 Balsam of Wild
Cherry." JONATHAN COULSON.
Ureenheld l p., airfield Co., O., March li, lb-14.
BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY.
The attention of the afflicted is becoming more and
more attracted to this incomparable remedy for 4tA-
mn, lironehitti, Loughs, Uonsumplioii. tec. But it is
necessary to remind all who would gel the true njticU",
to inquire particularly tor Dr. H istah's Balsam ok
Wild Cuf.krv, nnd tiL imthintr else. Unirriiuivltd
dealers will tell joit (Ant Svnuror Wild Ciirnnv, or some
oilier tough, medicine it equally tugood. Regard ihtm
not mey only want your money. Jlcmenwer it m , ,
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY",
fia not only relieves but cures! -
Price il tier bottle, or six boteles fur five dollars. -
For tale in Cincinnati only by SAN FOB D & PARK,
ncslcan Ucpol of V alualile mcdmnes.
Corner of Fourth and H'alnul streets.
Sold also by W. B, BtlF.HK, .
Id VIZ, OHIO.
Not. 7th, 1844. ,. t-
i , ,i . , ,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOT1CC.
Notice is hereby given that the subscribers have be?n
appointed as administrators of the Kstato ot John
Nicholson, Inte of Short Creek township, !l.imon
County, dee'd. All nersons indebted toai.l I'ptate will
please make immediate payment, rtml thoe havtn?
claims agaiiiHt said Kstrite, will )lea0 ptesent them for
payment, duly authenticated, within one year from (hi
date.
Adniiulh.trnto'ai'
Total
$572 68 1
Township fund.
, . County Treasurer Dr..
To cash collected on duplicate
County Treasurer Cr,
d, '
$1106
o.
78
By Treasurer'- per centags
Cash paid Township Treasurers
Amount to balance
. Total? ?.'?, $1100; 78 a
n.
81
1074
76
c.
50
51
M.
mnoM Aii siinvu:i:i.
Ilin SUBSCRIBER tespectfullv oliei( those iu
debted to him for professional terriers, of loujrer
itandinir than atx nioiitb, to call immediately and ret.
tie off; wore particularly those who know theintvlvfj
indcuteu n number o I year. II tliey cannot lisrDr..g
all the debt, to pay a part at least, make stlUcmenl.
It 1 extremely unpleasant to be under tho ncciwity of
dunning, but mucn more m, ol enlorcuig eolleuUou.
But th law i for the disobedient. .
ept. 4th. 3mo. - M. WILSON.
MARTEN CHUZZELVVIT complete with nume
roua illustrauona; Comic Blackstnno, Prose Fic
tion, illustrating true principle in their 4 earine npon
every day life, by T.B, Arthur) The GiandfatW, by
Mi rickciitift j Iliauiry of the Cmmdea' Whist Plny
ert Kitcihie' eddrem; Livinr Age, No. 10 & 11( Il
lustrated hakpeara No. 17 i Life of James Knox Polk
jurt received anil dami at New York price. .
auj. 91. A. L. FRAUF.lt.
HANNAH NICHOLSON", )
THOMAS NICHOLSON, $
KTov. 6, 1841 3w. pd.. s . : .-.-. -.. -.(..
FARMERS, LOOK TO YOUR IN I'I.RtTi'1 7
THRESHING MXCI tNES
OF every description made and repaired m l)e short
est possible notice, and in a neat und workmen
line ninnnor, aud warranted to jierform to the entile sat
isfaction of the ownerB, on as reasuuuhle term as any
other establishment in tins country. . ah kinds ol cast
ings lurnished on short notice. Also clover hullers rhailu
ou the most improved plan. Please cull nt tho hop-o
Warner street, Cadiz Ohio. CilAS. PAT lI.I4!ON, i
july3. 3 m. SIMON B1UCKLH.
Notice., " . -;
r INHERE will be offered for sale o:i Fud;iy die l$th
I duy of November next, at the house oi Thouia
Crawford, the building of a newHme.cli(oI Home,
in distiict No. 3, of Archer township, to t be lowestbid
der. For further particulars immiie oi the Diiealot.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A.M., of said day,,.
- JAMES C. LOVE, - ) - ,
rVOLO.VlONGAMBrr.A jDirfdont.N
SAMUEL HAUl'BIt-, - "V
October 16th, 1814, ... ' '
r - " r"-
BEWARE OF COMmrpT7r)X.',n4
WE behold many who unfortunately are the oh
jects of disease, borne down by ha ptuiufid
hstresa, without a roeiLcme to strrMi-then-ami ft.iihe
the enleeltpd frame, or relieve the' pci"on4 .untuJt
kind Providence ha caued Nittuiij to l'iroiJtlceBa
HEALINd BALM for all living crc:l!urv. irti Kl
ly the ulllicuil Hc'ihen: whiis iabitrs Imvo hetti so
successful nsto discover tho ModiciimJ.Awul i jr j l li
removal atitt core of a disencc w hj( it's ( inn for at;cs,1(
have defied the powers oi the hoaLn nil, li()ili r
regarded in the light of a public benefactor: .......
The proprietor of Dr. JJultf:an'i':SIW11)itAl$r
REM El) claiiuathis, substantiated by ihau.'Unllt)
are living monument restored fttmlii bed ot sicknea
to the enjoyment of their neatest fiiendu, ,1 iHm
rendered ornainenta of society,1' '(.' , .' .,
'Those who Bulfcr with the preinon'i.'iVy cynyjloma of
CONSUM PTION, should not neglect, iieinsl;v-i rt'ti
time to time, until the disease tie0i':s,w.aiiy, and l i
dered beyond the control of wmdicirH:,. hut imiiiediu.ui
ly procute Dr Duncan' Exiewoia,iit lii-rjieily, a, modi
cine that is ceituin to remove .all thu I'unl i-vilmuosof
Consumption, when used mjrltie fciini.,,. , 1 ....
A fresh nnuly of the nbovu mciliuin" (Hit rr.r xs.ywl
lu at the
and for nlu
sept, 4th.
ihetoreof .-ti p. ;
W. B. IS!
T.
f UF.ENSWARE. All kinilsof Queensw.in .i it t
xj, beautiful e)ection, and Ulnsswaie.just icu n-1
and forenlo low by. . - J. PWfMW , '4...
i i ' -j S J i.
I .1 nilica l,uuv ou.-Tinx seevt Mr vrnten n e
f f htghcut priee will b ful in rtt'li nr
! Of
MAIIOOD &,-f;iU'vtK,r"
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