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EXHIBIT,
OF THE
Receipts & Expenditures
OF HARRISON COUNTY,
For the year commencing June 1st
IS 13, ansj ending June 1st, 1811.
County Fund.
RECEIPT.
County Treasurer Dr.
d. c. H.
To Cash transferred from old School
Fund 371 50 5
Cash transferred from old Building
Fund 655 00 0
C. Conaway Road Damages 116 00 0
Wm. Sharp in full of Note 5 30 0
John M. Mullin Fine ,74 47 0
Solomon Little " 21 5)7 0
T. C. Vincent, " jj 117 47 0
B. Gundy balance .." 37 00 0
G. Shaffer, Esq. " McDonough 4 00 0
J. Sclby, Esq. " Poulson 1 00 0
Isaac Talbott, E. " Stewart 8 00 0
J. M. Brown, Esq. " Warton 6 00 0
T. Phillips, Esq. " Ieury 5 00 0
A. Conawayt Esq. "D.Bell 4 12 5
A, Conaway, Esq, " G. Bell 5 00 0
II. Becket.Esq. " McKee 5 12 0
M. H. Phillips, Esq. Bolen 1 00 0
J. Selby, Esq. " Clifford 8 54 0
N. Tannehill, Esq, " Sidle 7 50 0
J. M. Brown, Esq, " 5 00 0
R. P. Simpson, Esq, " Shilta 7 00 0
John Penn Note 15 39 0
A. Barrett forfeited Road Bond 6 00 0
Thos. Edie do do 18 00 0
John Bricker do do 2 00 0
James Edwards Tavarp License 5 00 0
Wm. B. Delany do 6 20 0
John Summers do 5 0Q 0
Brandis Bethel do 5 210
Geo.B. Srnih do 6 47 0
R. J. Edney do 5 00 0
Jano Evans do 5 00 0
Frederick Berkley do 5 03 0
Simeon McMath do 0 05 0
David Arbaugh do 5 22 0
Thomas Walker do 5 00 0
M, F. Mallernee do 10 00 0
James McNutt Tavern permit 2 87 0
Gerge Wiblo Tavern License 2 00 0
James McNutt do 10 00 0
Joseph Brown do 5 00 0
Neri Longshore do 5 00 0
Johnllilbert do 5 00 0
Peter Conner do 8 00 0
Garret Glassner do 5 00 0
Josiah Crawford do 5 00 0
G. W. Bleakmore do 2 00 0
Henry Wisener do 5 00 0
Robert Stewait do 5 00 0
A. F. Croskey du 10 00 0
Moses Handley do 5 00 0
Homy Parmer do 5 00 0
John Lylo do 10 00 0
R,IIolliday do 5
Henderson Simmons do 8
Timothy Titus do 2
R. T.Thompson do 5
Edward Hughs do 5 42
William Clark do 8 50
Adam Quillin do 5
Jacob Sawvilla do 8 GO
William Welsh do 5
J. M. Gaudy do 2
M. F. Mallernee do 10
John Cummins do 2
David McMath do 5
Sani'l Thompson Steed-horse Lioense 5
Hiram Palmer do 5
M. Salsbury do 5
Robert Dean do 5
A.McCullough do 5
John D. Galbreath do 5
Ezekiel Wheeler do 5
Frederick Brandt do 5
Augustus Porter do 5
Moses Cannon do 5
Samuel Thompson do 5
C. Anderson do 5
John Merrill do 5
Henry Bricker da 5
N. Tannehill do 5
David Frazer do 5
Charles Conaway do 5
David Bradea do 5
Jesse Alexander do 5
Samuel Campbell do 5
Samuel McFadden do 5
James Maholrn do 5
Robert A, Moore do 5
James Haslett do 5
John Easterday do 5
Thomas M. Elwain do 5
Samuel Kerr do 5
A rim Morgan do 5
John W. Arnold do 5
John Booth do 5
Baldwin Barrett do 5
Michael Salsbury da 5
John Dedds do 5
Joshua P. Watson do 5
JohnS.Heffling do 5
John Davis do 5
John W. Arnold do 5
James W.' Beebe store permit 10
Burtch di Mooro do 12 50
D. B, Atkinson & Co, do 5
Cash collected on Duplicate 3430 OS G
Delinquencies of 1842 110 20 3
School District Delinquent Tax 7 43
Cash collected on Notes and For
feited Bonds , . 201 54 0
Total Receipt! 5706 49 0
EXPENDITURES.
County Treasurer Cr,
Di O.
047 80
105 63
251 25
By Cash due Treasurer on settle
, msnt ;
Township Assessor!
Road Damages
William Barrett Sheriff fees bond
ing, State and Insane cases, and
tUowtnee by Court ,''
T. C. Vincent Clerk fees, Stato &
Iniiane cases, and allowance by
- Court
gtatienery, Blink Books and Light
for Public Offices v, ,
Jobs Sharp Auditor fees ,
Commissioners foes " .... ' '
Road Viewers
Surveyisg Roads
Chaining and Marking Roads -
Justices of the Peace in Stale cases
Constable and Guard fees In State
cases ' ' -: v '
Witness fees in State cases
Juror' fots '
AswritelJudgs
416 19
132 28 5
181 55
769 20
1S1
20, 01
15
. 22 55
23 41
i '-':
65 39
232 88
401 : 83
. x.
70 5
82 2
50
seld
Repairs and fixtures Court House
and Public Offices
65
40
54
250
11
38
230
Repairs aad fixtures for Jail
r. C incent Index Judicial Re
cords Court Common Pleas
Wm. Tingley Index Judicial Re
cords Supreme Court
Constables attending on Court
Prosecuting Attorney fees
S. W. Bostwick, allowance by Com
missioners, for examining Offi
cial Bonds
S. 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. Mallernee boarding Jury,
State vs. Ady
R. Given timber cut by supervisor
J. Graham criminal doquet
Public Printing
Modical 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 centage on. dupli
cate Treasurer's per centnge cn miscel
laneous funds
Allowance by Commissioners to
Treasurer for extra services
Counterfeit money
Amount in Treasury
30
13
10
1
5
5
3
, 8
10
1
1
213
12
50 .19 8
Total expenditures
5700
Poor Fund,
Tax refunded proparty wrong d.
40 50
7 61 5
108 12
100 94 7
4G 23 5
20
40
370 47 4
49 0
County Treasurer Dr.
D. C.
Balance in Treasury June 7th,
1843 237 53
Cash collected on duplicate of
1843 609 41
Total $SG0 99
County Treasurer Cr.
D. C.
Cash paid for removing Paupers to
Pooi House - 81 75
Out door Paupers 154 76
Store Goods for Poor House 181 62
Provisions 73 27
Physicians 38 83
Superintendent 150
Directors 51
Shoe-Making 4 35
Coal 25 20
Smith waik 5 81
Coffins ' 9
Digging graves 75
Boards J5
Treasurer's per centage 17 37
Amount in Treasury 72 54
$866 99
ni2dkur Fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
D. C.
7th,
1055 38
i 36 73
$1092 11
1S13
Cash amount of delinquencies
Total
County Treasurer Cr.
Cash transferred to county fund by
order of the Commissioners 655
J. Divine for Coal House 48
Plastering Court House 230
Interest on Jail Debt 34
Fittinsr ud and stove for Law Office 49
52
12
49
S)8
Repairs to Jail and staying Treas
urers uiiice 40
Amount in Treasury 23
Total
$1092 H Q
School Fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
D. C. K.
371 50 4
10
6592 47 7
$0973 98 1
To balance old School Fund
A. Turner show permit
Cash
Total
County Treasurer Cr, .
D.
By cash loaned to county old
School Fund 371
Treasurer's per centnge 1 10
John Eaton, Treasurer of Belmont
county 121
James Cameron, Treasurer of Car
roll county 38
Township Treasurers G200
Amount remaining in Treasury 131
C. M.
50 4
07 4
CI 4
13 1
95 5
70 3
98 1
Total
$0973
Bridge Fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
D.
To cash collected on duplicate $572
County Treasurer Cr,
C. M.
63 1
C. M.
20
34 7
7 By cash paid W. Arnold for culvert 61
1 reasurci's per centnge 17
C. Spiker for Spiker'g bridgo . 45
Transferred lo 3 percent, fund 3
Amount i Treasury 446
13 4
68 . 1
Total
$572
Township fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
To cash collected on duplicate $1106
,' County Treasurer Qr
' . -- '. . n.
By Treasurer's per centage 31
Cash paid Township Treasurers ' 1074 :
Amount to balance 70
CM.
78 2
r m.
;0 5
51 1
Total
Road Fund.
County Treasurer Dr.
n, e. m.
To cash collected on duplicate $2365 50
County Treasurer Cr.
. c. v
By Treasurer's per centage 67 29 6
Koad Certificates 2177 62
Cash paid Township Treasurers 120 53
Total $2365 50
State nnd Canal fund
50 County Treasurer Dr.
D. C. H.
75 To cash for Pedler License 50
65 Cash collected on duplicate 8201 19 7
Surplus Revenue Interest 1336 18 8
75 Professional Tax 71.
Auction Duties 3 30
Total 9061 68 5
County Treasurer Cr.
D. C.
231 30
15
041214
3 "23
By Treasurer's per centage
Slate's proportion of printing
Stato Treasurer's receipt
Amount in Treasury
Total
$0661 63
School J.amI fund
County Treasurer Dr.
1). c.
To cash received of Joseph Harper 69 72
Cash received of John Downing 106 04
Total $175; 70
County Treasurer Cr.
u.
c. c.
1 75
174
By Treasuret's per centago
Amount in Treasury
Total
175! 76 0
Three Per Cent, f imd.
County Treasurer Dr.
D. C.
To tiansfer from Bridge Fund $3 00
0
County Treasurer Cr.
D. C M
By balance due Treasurer on for-
mer settlement $3 00 0
JOHN SHARP,
Auditor of Harrison county.
Auditor's Office, Oct. 23d, 1844.
NEW STORE & NEW GOODS,
Come farmers far, come neighbors nigh ,
Pray call aad see what you can buy.
J. P. WO O if
IS now receiving nnd openins, (in tho room formerly
occupied by J. Stewart.) direct from the Eastern
Cities, a large nnd well selected assortment of Spring
arm Rummer Ooorts, lncluuintc a variety ot lancy arti
cles, nil of which will be sold nt reduced prices. His
stock consists in part of the following nrticles.
Broad Cloths assorted co-) Blenched & bio. muslins,
lors and prices.
Holland,
Cnseimeres,
Sn ttinetts,
Tweed cloth.
Black muslin,
Irish Linen,
Linen handkerchiefe,
Lnwris, Calicoes,
Furniture prints,
Silks and Latins,
Jeans, Summer cloths,
Jimeii drills, cotton dulls,
lieilticking, Alpaccas,
Biilzarines.
Bonnet silk; superior nr
Monsliiidclaines,
tides,
Meritioes, I.eihoni, braid & Mrnw bonnets.
Braize do Laines, Cinirhfims, Gloves, Mits k Hosiery
Flannels, white and red, of every description,
uiue unnmtrs, fitii Jt'ocicet Irakis,
Apron Check, Black silk cravats,
Cumbiic Muslins, Black satin stocks,
Umbrellas, Parasols, etc. Laces, Edgings etc.
And in fuct almost every article that can be found
in any Dry Good store west of the mountains.
Persons wishing to purchase a great many goods for
a small amount of cash, are requested to call at the store
of J. P. Wood, where he will ever bo found ready and
willing To accommodate ull who may see proper to favor
him with a call.
07-AU kinds of country produce taken nt the high-
ost maruet price m exenange lor troous ana groceries.
may Mi.
No Tin Panning Here.
THE Subscriber informs lus old customers and the
public generally that, at his old shop in Cadiz,
tney can purciiase lower tnnn tins ever Been ouemu
west ot the Uluo, any article in tus line.
He keeps constnntly on hand, - ,
COPPER KETTLES oil sizes,
TIN WAKE every variety.
SHEET-IRON WARE to suit purchasers,
HOLLOW WARE AND CASTINGS a general a
sortment.
Cash or Produce received in exchange.
. WILLIAM SHARP.
Cadiz, April 20th, 1844.
TIBS subscribers respectfully inform the public that
they haya entered into a partnership .under .the
uriu 01
SNYDER &. MALLERNEE,
for the purpose of carrying on the above business in all
its various branches, at the old stand of Snyikr it Moore,
where they are prepared to execute work with neatness
and dispatch, lor all who may favor them with a call.
From long experience in the business, and having
none but the best of workmen employed, they have no
hesitation in saying, that they will give general sauV
taction. I hey nave and wUl continue to keep on hand
tne most approveu uumons.
SAMUEL SNYDER,
apr 18. EMANUEL MALLERNEE.
TtTARTEN CHUZZELWIT complete with name.
iTX roas illustrations ; Ccmic Blackstone ; Prose Fic
tions, illustrating true principle in theirjeearinc; upon
every day life, br T. S. Arthur; The Grandfather, by
Miss Pickering j History of tbe Crusadesi Whist Play
er; Ritchie's address; Living Age, Nos, 10 &, lljll-
instraiea Bnauapenre JNo. 17 ; JUle of Jaraei Knox Polk
just received ana for sale at Wew x ork prices.
aug. 21. . A. L. FRARElt,
CRABB & ROBERTS,
TAILOUS, . ...
RESPECTFULLY inform the citisens of Cadiz, and
vicinity, that they have removed to the frame
building recently erected by L. P. Milligan, Esq., on
Market street, (and direct! v onnoaite Mown. KM
Sk Co's Dry Goods Store,) where they are prepared to do
wur 111 a eiyie, wnicn snari not t surpasseu in any
other ghop in the county. .
Thankful for past favors, they respectfully solicit a
continuance of public patronage. .
N. B. They earnestly requt all persons who art in-
ueoieu to mem m worK uone, more than six months
ago, to come forward and settle their respective accounts
without further delay. ap; 4
CUMMINS & HARPER. '
ATTORNEYS, AKD COEASLXLOK3
AT LAW
And Solicitors in Chancery.
4 LL pro6.aaion.il business entrusted to their care in
AV counties of Harrison. Jefferson. Belmont. Monroe.
Guernsey, Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Holmes, Carroll,
Sstaraanu w aync, will be faithfully attended to.
rm I -II- C.j . ..1.. f : !
m vuruurnrinc oirrei, mmoti u me puoiic tuuamrs.
J. D. CUMMINS, AVu, Philadelphia,
LECKY HARPER, Cadis.
M. II. URQUIIART,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
and Solicitor in Chancery.
"FFICE, next door west of Thomas Hogg's store,
Vy corner room, up stairs.
Cadis, May 18th, 1643.
E. HI. STAKTO
S. G. PEFPAKD
STANTON & PEPrAIlD
Attorneys at Laic t$ Solicitors
in Chancem.
,7 '
"W 7 ILL practice law in the courts ofHarrison eoun-
f 1 iy Business intrusted to tnem will receive
their united attention. Office opposite Jame9 McNutt's
noiei. .
Cadiz, Feb. 2d, 1813.
T. L. JEWETT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
CADIZ OHIO.
Office in Public Buildings, next door east of the Treas
urer's Office..
Dec. 21st, 1643.
S. W. BOSTWICK,
ATTOICIVEY AND COUNSEtLOB
AT LAW,
"I 7"ILL continue to practice in Harrison pndth
j j unjoining Counties.
(7"Oih'oe opposite the public offices.
August, 16th, Itiii
LAW NOTICE.
JOHN M'NEILL, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in
Chaucory, will attend promptly to any business
entrusteu to rum in tiumson onujtneuujoiningoouiities
Uilice in tne nouse tormeriy occuptea by Mr. Wm. J
Fry, a few doors beW McNutts Hotel.
Cdiz, aug. 21, 1844
LAW rSlAOTZOIS.
A,
W. MOiJ K 1SON, Attorney and Counsellor
ai ijaw, aim solicitor in uuancery. unice. 0
little west of the Office of the Ciusis, in the house former
ly occupied by G. W. Chapman, Esq.
Carrollton, apr 18 sitarg
SPECTACLES.
SJ. McFASSESKT l GO.
85, MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH,
TEEP constantly on hand a largo assortment of
L. trom, Miver, 1 ortoise-shell, (iermnn Silver and
Steel SPECTACLES, Eye Glasses, Linnen provers
Also, Pebbles, Cataract Class, convex, concave, per
iscopic, perifocal and colored classes, tc. suit all uses
cptnu.u uuenuon paiu to nttmg new glasses to oiu
frames.
MILITARY GOODS.
A. 85, MARKRT STREET, PITTSBURGH.
riHE subscribers are now receiviiii: in addition to
J their former stock, a large and general assortment
ot ivul.11 ah x uuujjs, consisting in part of Swords,
Sashes, Epauletts, Buttons, Laces, Cords, Braids, Caps,
Plumes, Pompoms, &c. Volunteer companies supplied
with equipments, banners, flags, &c.
june 26 tf JOHN 1!. MoFADDEN &. Co.
a. .1. 8.'S1I2&.V
Co,
WHOLESALE GIIOCERS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS J
PITT33UKGH MABUFACTDHED ARTICLES
NO. 16 fjiberty Street,
Opposite the head of Simtbfield street,
June 5. Pittsburgh Pa.
ESTABLI23I22EIS3? .
Jnialieod & T. I. Cri'itnrs have commen-
ced the Mercantile business iti the stand lately
occupied by Hooo & Wood, where they invite their
friends and the public generally, to call and examine
their stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they ere de
termined to sell as low 11s any establishment in the
place. MAIIOOD &, GRIMES.
February 8, 1814.
A. RICHARDSON,
CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, AND DEALER
in Watches, Jewelry and Silverware.
SPECTACLES,
AND SPECTACLE GLASSES FOR ALL AGES
Clocks und Watches repaired and warvauted.
No. 71 Market street,
riTrsnunoii.
PERIODICALS. Age, No. 1. nn improvement upon
Littell's Museum; Musical Library,No.5;Ladios'
Magazines for June; Pictorial Gallery, no. 4 excel
lent number; Blackwood for May, can be had of
yane 19. A. L. FRAZER, G. P. Agent.
MEDICAL SERVICES.
THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully solicits thoee In
debted to him for professional services, of longer
standing than six months, to call immediatelv and Mi-
tie oil' ; more particularly those who know tbemsvlrrs
indebted a numberof years. 11 they cunnot mscbr.re
all the debt, to pay a part at least, make UttUemrnt.
It is extremely unpleasant to be under the necessity of
dunning, but much more so, ot enforcing collection.
liut the law is lor the disobedient,
sept. 4th. 3mo. M.WILSON.
PLOUGHS! PLOUGHS!!
m, ' fTHE Subscribers will offer to the
""v .1. public a variety of good ploughs
SHJw1' being fitted out with entire new and
jkaaiSSfc 'mP'oved patterns, Cranes and a va
riety ol other Kinds 1 lie improved
Hornet the half patent the new Corn plough all
with wrought shares, which they will sell low for cash.
WflUi 1 ot SMITH,
' Cadiz, Feb, 2d, 1843.-
SOLA1C LAMPS.
rriHE Subscribers a:e now receiving an extensive as-
I sortment ol ratent nolar tramps, and Girando
les, of new and beautiful patte. js, suitable for church
es, halls, narlors. stores. Steamboats. Slo.
TheeS Lamps are constructed solely for the con
sumption of lard; and are warranted to produce a
light equal to the best Sperm Oil, and at one-lialf the
cost.
frtr Orders from abroad promptly attended to. '
JOHN B. M'FADUEN St CO.,
85 Market Street,
October 2d, 1844. tf. PITTSBURGH.
lr. J A TIES Cltl'.ULY
RESPECTFULLY informs his old friends that he
bas remimed the practice of Physio and Surgery,
at tne sown 01
FRANKLIN, HARRISON CO. .
and he hones hv strict attention to business, and hv
moderate charges, to merit nnd receive a fall share of
Sublic patronage. ; liis medicines are Iresh nnd genu
is, j (june 1!.
"10MMERCE OF THE PRAIRIES, or the journal
J of a Santa Fe trador, during eight expeditions a-
eross the great western Prnirics, and a residence of
nearly nine years in northern Mexico, illustrated
with amps aad engravings, by Josiah Grey, U vols.
12 mo. at .... ; - A. L. FRAZER'S.
november 13. . . '
FIEMS aid Ballads of Schiller, with a brief sketch
of his life by E. 8. Bulwar, for aula by
, tor. U ' , A, L.ERAZER,
NEW STORE
A2?D CUZA? GOODS.
TIH3 Subscriber has just opened and offers for sale
an enhn ntw stock of Fall and Winter Goods,
to the public generally. Among bis assortment will be
found the following:
Dry Goods
Cloths,
Tickings,
Muslins,
Checks,
Ginghams,
- Calicoes,
Alpaceas,
Meriuoet,
Palmetto Cloth.
Caesimerea,
Sattinetia,
flannels,
Doe Skins,
Mouslin de laines,
bilks.
Groceries.
Coffoe,
Tea, .
Sugar, '
Boston Syrup,
Madder, .
Alum,
Indigo,
Starch,
Pepper,
Ppice,
Ginger,
Cloves,
Uice.
Molassos,
Tobacco,
HareUmrc.
Knives and forks, Razors and cases, Hinges St screws.
Spoons, Snuffers, Percussion caps,
Penknives, Candlesticks, Currycombs,
Shoe knives. Padlocks, Horse sards,
Butcher knives, Door latches, Shoe tacks.
Queenswaro and Glasswaro well as
sorted. Pittsburgh Goods,
SUCH AS
Coal Shovels, Grain Shovels, Manure Forks, Window
Glass, JNails, Cotton Yarn, Coverlet Yarn, Batting,
Wicking, Tea Kettles, Flaxseed Oil,
Lead in oil, Beaver Buckets,
Ropes, &c.&c.
All the above goods will bs sold at the very lowest
rates, and on tliu most accommodating terms.
A. F. HANNA.
Store room, one door below Wm. Shotwell's store.
on Market street,
October 9, ISA. CADIZ, O.
1 h'jy--
Stone Cutting.
TinHANKFUL for past favors, the subscriber takes
JL this method of informing tbo public that he still
continues to carry on the nbove business in tlio shop
lately occupied liy Bedwell & Huobencr, Ctuliz Ohio,
where all orders lor
1IEAU ANDFOOTST(j!ES, HOSi
MEATS, Ac,
will bo promptly attended to, on the most reasonable
terms. , EDWARD T. UCEBENER.
Cadiz, May lllh,18l3.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Fit W. HAMILTON have a general -
assortment of gentlemen's BoutajSy,
Monroes, Shoes and Slippers, nnd Ladies, fcp&fffga
Lace liuots, Shoes, Calf und Kid Slippers. As we man
ufnetured them ourselves we warrant them to be good
Also, a great variety of children's shoes. We still eon
linue business nt. the old stond'of Thomas Phillips, KBq,
opposite the public buildings. . ap S5
NEW STORE
NEW GOODS.
Slctrartf Jtlilltgan
Bennett.
fTHE undersigned announce to the public that they
1 have purchased the propewy formerly occupied
by W'm. Bennett and intend merchandizing permanent
ly in Cadiz. The customers of the old house may rest
assured that no effort on our part shall be spared to ren
der entire satisfaction to all who may be disposed to
patronise us.
We are now receiving New Goods, nnd ore determi
ned to sell on the most accommodating terms. Old
customers are earnestly solicited to call; and an quan
tity of new ones tire anxiously sought for.
JAJIKS STEWAItT,
WILLIAM JIItLIGAX,
april 4. h. j. ise.-.nett.
P. S. more details herealter.
S. M. &. B.
FRESH
D l U G S
AND
M EICINES.
Ht. .ubsenber has lust received from the oust a
fresh supply of Medicines, lives, miints. oil. &;..
which he proposes selling on as accommodating terms
as any establishment of the kind iu this section of the
country. Persons wishing to purchase articles in his
line of business would do well to call and examine his
stock bclore purchasing el&ewhurc.
JOHN BEALL.
Cadiz, Nov. ICth, 1813. '
AND BEST EOOST? SHOES
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER thankful for
J. past favors, oilers to Ins old custo
mers nnd the public generally tho lar-
eav miu ucbv usHurimeiu 01 ioois ana c-,.!
...,,.,o ..;,. r.,l I. ..If n:.lB"
tors, ehildnms. tnfr-rthnr with r.v
ery aniclu in his lino of Business ever oflTered in
this market. He still continues to manufacture boots.
bIiocs and every article iu his line, in the neatest,
cheapest and most fashionable style. Ho also keeps
constantly on hands all kinds ot leather, kid skins,
men and woman's morocco skins, lining and binding
skins, sparrowbills, pegs, and all kinds of Shoemakers
tools, and findings of every kind, and also a good as
sortment 01 trunks oi (lillorerit kinds; und a hist rate as
sortment of brass clocks, shoe blacking &.c.,- all of the
above he pledges himself to sell as cheap as the "cheapest.
And if he cannot convince the purchasor he can do so,
he will not ask them to. buy, but would earnestly solicit
those wishing to buy, to give him a call before purcha
sing elsewhere, as heis determined to sell very low, par
ticularly forensh ns heis in want of tho article, lie is
still at his old stand on Market st reet,
june 5. SAMUEL SLEMMONS. .
N. B. He still continues tho tSPTOTT
livery business, and having provi- vw3?
tied, the best kind of carnages, mtii
and Btock, for that business, he " 'nrrW
flatters hiasolf he enn accommodate thepublie to their
satisfaction,, as his terms shall be very reasonable.
. S. S.
"Be sure you're right, then go ahead."
SADDLE, HARNESS & TRUNK
: MANUFACTORY.
SAMUEL TIMkONS
WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the
public pjonorully, that ho has removed his shop
to the comer brick, opposite Thomas Hogg's old stand,
now owned by Mnhood St Grimes. He intends to sell
cheaper than the cheapest, and without a disposition to
tnlk loud, he will sell for ready nay the cheapest of any
other establishment In the western country. Beef oat
tie and Hides will be taken in exchange for work.
Come ahead all you who want bargains. , apr 4
20
Kegs nails assorted sizes, just received and r
sale low by J, F. WOOD.
pq y l
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MRS. 1VIMER; OR
Another Remarkable Cure by using
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry Tree
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR
CONSUMPTIONS.';'
AMONG all the famous Medicines for Consump
tion, none seems to be meeting wth greater euo
eew, or gaining a higher reputation than that most won -derful
article, "
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry t - "
That it stands at the headaC all other remedies is
now universally conceded. It has cured thousands
upon thousands of all classes in cases of tbe. most
dangerous consumptive character. And physicians of
the greatest eminence throughout our whole country,
uuhesitatingly recommend it as the . ' .
MOST POWERFUL CURATIVE
of Pulmonary diseases in tho whole Tnnge of Pharmacy.
The Hales in the Western States have thus fur been un
paralleled; nnd the most eratifvine proofs of its effica
cy have been received from every place where it baa
been used. Thousands of CONSUMPTIVE PAT
ENTS have already tested its exalted virtues, and con
fessed its surpassing excellence nnd amazincr Dower.
The remarkable success of this Balsam is no doubt ow
ing in a great measure to the peculiarly agreeable and
powenui nature outs ingreuients. it is a
FINE HERBAL MEDICINE! ,
Composed chiefly of WILD CHERRY BARK and the
genuine iujl1jAIi iuu.& (the luttcr imported ex
pressly for this purpose,) the rare medical virtues of
which, are also combined by a new chemical process,
with the Extract of Tar, thus renderingthe whole com
pound the most ccrtuin and efficacious remedy ever
discovered for . .
' Consumption of the Lungs.
3 t ? .5 &; rf &;
The following we have just received from Messrs. Jos
lin & Rowe, DiuggistB, in Nowark, in this State, to
whom it was communicated by John Wimer, Esq., a
citizen of Burlington, Licking county, Ohio.
Burlington, Licking Co., O., Dec. 1, 1843.
Messrs. Joslin & Rowe : At your request I herewith
transmit to you a statement of the case of Mrs. Wimer
and child, as near as I am able to communicate, which
you ore at liberty to publish if you see fit, ns I feel a
desire to inform the world of the effects of the invalu
able medicine called Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
to which, by the divine blessing, I am indebted for the
restoration to health of my wifo and child.
About five years ugo Mrs. .Wimer was attacked
with a violent cough, pain in the chest and side, and
symptoms of approaching consumption. ' During the
intervals from that time to sometime in Feb. last, she .
had been treated by eminent Physicians from Utica,
Sylvania, Homer, Chatham, and Newark, and with
only partial relief of the most urgent symptoms. A
bout one year ago she caught a violent cold, which
seated upon the Lungs, producing nn alarming aggra
vation of all her previous symptoms. Her Physician
was sent for, and despite his best efforts, she began
rapidly to sink under her disease. Cough, Expectora
tion, Hectic, together with night sweats, soon reduced
her to a complete skeleton. In Feb. last, her attend
ing Physician, deemed her case altogether hopeless, a
council was called and after deliberating upon her
case, unanimously pronounced her to he beyond the
roach of means, and expressed their opinion thnt she
could survive but a short time, one or two weeks at far
thest. She was at this time entirely confined to her
bed, nnd scarcely able to articulate, except in a whis
per. Her daily paroxysms of coughing would last her
interruptedly from three to five hours, und so severe
were they, that we did exoect that every paroxysm
would be the last. The Physicians in council, pro
nounced her Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Spine, end mu
cus, Membrane ol tho stomach to be incurably dis
eased. It was at this last extremity that we happened
to obtain a pamphlet describing Dr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry, as applicable to Lung affections. We
immediately sent to you and procured a botll, and
commenced its use lit evening by giving her one ten
spoonful, and such was the surprising effect, that she
was able to pass a comfortable night's rest, without ex-.
pcriencing any paiuxysm of coughing, nnd such was
its ultimate effect, that after taking 5 bottles she was,
contrary to the expectations o flier physicians, nnd eve
ry one who saw her, entirely restored to health; una
since last summer has dune the entire work of her fam
ily. Alter the last attack of Mrs. Wimer, our young--eat
child, then tin infant at tho breast, was taken down
and rapidly sinking, with the same symptoms as its
mother, -and seeing the happy effect of the Bnlsnm in
the case of the mother, wo were disposed to make trial
of it for the child, and it was attended with the same
perfect success.
The above scntement can be attested by our physi
cian ns well ns our neighbors and acquaintances, who
saw Mrs. Wimer during the course of her sickness.
Very truly, yours, i'C.
JOHN WIMER.
Burlington, Licking Co., O. '
The case of Thomas Cozens is related by himself as
follows, and.. acknowledged by nil who know him as
0110 of the most astonishing cures ever performed.
11,viji)0.fii:u,N. J., April 20, 1843.
On or about the 13th day of Dec. 1841, 1 wits taken
with a violent pain in the side near the Liver which con
tinued for about five days, and was followed by the
breaking of an ulcer, or something inwardly, which
relieved the pain a little, but caused me to throw up a
great quantity uf offensive mntterand also much blood.
Being greatly alarmed nt this, I applied to a physician,
but he said lie thought he could do but little for me ex
cept give mo some Mercury Pills, which I refused to
take, feeling satisfied they could do me no good; many
other remedies were then procured by my wife and
friends, and none did me any good, and the discharge
of blood and corruption still continued every few days
and at last became so offensive I could scarcely breath.
I was also seized with a violent cough, which at times
caused me to raise much more blood than I had done
before, nnd my disenso continued in this wuy, still grow
ing w orse until Feb. when all hope of my recovery was
given up, nnd my friends all thought I would die with
a galloping consumption. At this moment, when my
life was apparently drawing near ut a close, I heard of
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, and got a bottle,
which relieved mo immediately, and by the use of only
three bottles of this medicine, all my pains were remo
ved, my cough and spitting of blood und corruption en
tirely stopped, and in a few weeks my health wus os
far restored as to enable me to work at my trade,
(which is a Curpcntet) anil up to this time I have enjoy
ed good health.
Witness. I am acquainted with Mr. Thomas Co
sens, and having seen him during his illness, I think
the above statement entitled to full credit.
SAMUEL II. BURROGIIS.
Gloucester County, SS. -. , , ,
Personally came before me, the subscriber, one of tho
Justices of the Peace in and for the said county, Thom
as Cozens, and being fully affirmed according, to law,
suith the above statement is in all things true.
THOMAS COZENS.
Affirmed before me on the 20th dav of April, 1843.)
, - J. CI.tMK.NT. J
(Vt- We publish no fictitious statements. .
Price $1,00 per bottle.
tgr I or salu in Cincinnati only by" '
. SANFORD St PARK.
A t their Western Depot of Valuable Medicines cornor
of fourth & walnut Ms. "
Sold iu Cndiz by W. B. Beebe, in Steubenville by A.
L. Fmzcr, audio Mt. Pleasant by John Hogg.
03-Sandford &, Park ure General Agents for the
west. . . . june. 19.
E
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ic. nil cheap.
J. P. WOOD. may 22.
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