,ri Cm speeds mmtimnirm JHtpuf.
color of right,) to tsks tnalatto baby n-ora
Mr. Jan, a t5ro woman, aader wboee
are it hid bees placd by its whit another,
and who had become attached to tho pieka-
arnBy. In the Bourse o the discission, Mrs,
' J. told tho whit sromaa that iho thoaghl
' if tho whit folks ar moaa soooga to have
Biggar babies, they ought to bo willing to let,
, colored people bring them op." Laughter.
S tho Jade doeidod. Thee tltUo straws
ahow how to account for tho preponderance
r mulattoea North.
Tb mixture ot iho races tsndl to deteri
rofata both raoos.-' Physiology hM oalled our
attention, to tb reenlta ol inch intenner
riages or connection!. - Tha results show
difference in stature and strength, depend-
ins; on tb parentage, with a corresponding
difference in the moral character, mental
capacity, and worth of labor.. The mulatto
' U not long lived. It is a fact that no insur
ance company will insure their lire. In
, new England thera is ao - blind - aegro for
i Ttry 8u", while at the South there . is one
for etery 2,635. In New England there is
one insane negro lor Tery S80, while m the
' South one tor 3,030. If they were tho only
insane persons there I would not complain.
r They catch it there from the whites. Laugh
ter. It is neither philanthropic nor congenial
to send the aegro to the North, where he
' wilts, when st the congenial South ho in-
, creases in numbers even in littery! Our
sUtisiciso (.Mansfield, p. 4.1, Ohio statistics
1861) bossts that Ohio oas men of greater
cignt, oy actual measurement, than England,
. Belgium, or Scotland, and in brsadth of
chest nearly equal to that of Scotland, and
above all others. I do not offer myself
a specimen. - 1 Laughter.! But how lone
before the manly, warlike people of Ohio of
mr oeir ana oiue eyes, in a large porponaer
ance, would become, in spite of Bibhs and
morals, degenerate under the wholesale
emancipation and immigration favoied by my
-- ineiree negroes win become ..equal, or
will continue unequal to-the whites. Equality
i a conamoo wnicn is evil protective, want
ing nothing, asking nothing, sble to take
care of itself. It is an sbsuidity to ssy that
two races as dissimilar ss black and while.
i. of different origin, of unequal capacity, can
succeed in tne same society when placed in
competition. There is no such example in
history of the succees of two separate races
under such circunstsoces.
Less than sixty years ago, Ohio had thou-
sands of an Indian population. ? She has
,now but thirty red men in her borders.
The negro, with a difference of color indeli
ble, has been freed under every variety ol
, circumsrancrs; but his freedom has 'too often
, been nominal.
Prejudice, stronger than all principle,
' though not always stronger than Imt, has
imperatively seperated the whites from the
blacks. In the school house, the church or
the hospital, the black man must not seat
himself beside the white; even in death and
at the Cemetery the line of distinction is
drawn. . -
To abolish slavery in the North must go
till further and forget that prejudice of race
whioh governs it, and which makes emanci
pation so illusory. To give men their liber
ty, to open the gates of the city, snd then
say. "There, you shall live among your
Selvesjou shall mairy among yourselves, vou
hall form a seperate society in society," is
to create cursed caste and replace slaves by
Again, it is neither convenient nor advan
tageous to the State of Ohio to have this in
flux ol blacks. It may be abstractly wrong
to debar them from our State; but some one
has wisely said, that "the abstract principles
of right anil wrong we know, but not the
, processes, nor the duration of their working
out in history. All the white handkerchiefs
in Exeter Hall will not fores the general
Congress of Nations to decide questions oth
erwise than by the laws ol convenience and
advantage." ; . . ; .5 ? .,:
Were there no "prejudices " of Instincts
against the color or race in our midst, a true
State policy would forbid such a horde of
Africans as emancipation would send to Ohio.
Ohio has a lsrger circuit of slave territory
abutting on her border, than any other North
ern State. The Ohio river runs over BOO
miles along our border, dividing us , from
Kentucky and Virginia. Illinois and Indiana
forbid all negroes irom their States. . Since
1850 Iowa and Wisconsin hsve had the same
policy. Is Ohio to be the only aylum for
the slaves of Virginia and Kentucky and the
other State south? Suppose these schemes
of emancipation succeed; or suppose they do
tot, aod the emancipation incident to the
war goes on, what proportion of the slaves of
coma wiu cross into Ohio? Tbey will not
go to Canada, not now. They will move
into lower Ohio, with the consuming power
of the army worm. By the census, in Vir
ginia and Kentucky alone, the colored people
How many of these blacks would come to
umor it ib high to calculate that one half
or these Virginia and Kentucky, and one
fourth of those south of Kentucky and Vir
gima will find a lodgment in Ohio? If the
philanthropy of my colleague Mil. Bingham
obtaios,.such wilj be .the result. ;. u ,
' In spite, however, of the laws of Illinois,
Indiana and other Western States, the slaves
of the Mississippi valley will, if freed, seek
the Northwest. They will slip throngh into
Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and Indiana. The een
tlemsn from Indiana, Mr. Juluh the other
uay, ia mil in ais pari oi the Stale, the
law was a dead letter. lie is no doubt par
. - In the past ten years the ratio of increase
Of free colored people in the United States
Das been 10.97 per cent., that of the slaves
23.38 percent,, and that of the white 38.12
per cent In California the negroes have in
creased 296.67 per cent, compared to the
white increase of 310.84 per, cent. There
are no laws of prohibition in California;
wbtfs Oregon, where such laws exist, the
whole rati of increase is 299 .98 per cent..
compared with ioss of 41 54, per cent, of
blacks! In ether States tbero is this ratio:
Illinois, white increase 101 49, black only
ou.vrz, juw, wait increase zoi.zz, black in
crease 207.21; Indiana, white increase 87.14,
black loss 3.49;. Wisconsin, white increase
15410, black 133 22. i;-In these State the
law forbids blacks; but in spite ofitthey get
in, but, not to that extent which they ; do in
Ohio and Michigan, where such laws do not
nun. in ine latter estate the increase ; is
87.89 per cent., the black is double, vis:
164.151 It will be perceived by an examin-
ation of tb census, that it is in the North
west, that the black race is increasing; while
in other Sutes further East aod North, they
do not increase in the same ratio. - It is the
Northwest, which will be Africanized by the
schemes here proposed. '
The slave in the Mississippi valley alone,
in the States of Arkansas, . Kentucky, Loui
siana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee,
number 1,499,079. This does not include
the free blacks, who would be compelled to
char the exodus. Then Kansas, Nebraska,
Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, J Hi
nois, Indiana and Ohio, would be their asy
lum, but as the Slates west ol Ohio are in
advance of ns in preventing this vicious im
migration, Ohio, under the welcome of my
colleague and his frunda would have more
than her fair quoto. ,
' Temporizing politfcinns"canno'ro
question. If more negroes are to b freed,
aod my State is to b their asylum, . J am of
Jefferson's opinion, that their Ireedom ought
to- be accompanied with emigration to, soma
other land, compulsory, if necessary. . , But
Greeley and ethers do not pretend to coloni
sation, to mitigate abolidon. The fact that
many who honestly con template abolition are
willing to lay a tax of thousands of millions
to colonize, is a confession that they believe
that free negroes cannot exist in lbs country
without Its ruin. ''" -.:.;., f.jMCj-.,, ,
It has been said that ws ought to Ire the
African, even though w build a bridge of
fold over the abeam from slavery to freedom'
t will prove a Bridge of Sighs to both black
H4 Wait, lis pier and arches art to be
built out of the -moil and totl of Americas
But to its oost: I have eome data on which
to ealcnlate. la 185A, I voted (aooordinc to
aa old law existing rinra the time of Mr.
Monroe) money to eend back slave takta on
board lb (lav ship "Echo, on the 21st .of
August, 1858. That law requiree all such
elavee to be taken back to 'Africa, and sup
ported there for one year on tb ooast. This
is a human lew, but aa expensive one. By
contract made between the Colonisation So
eiety and Mr. Buchanan, (see Es. Doe., 2d
Sat. 35lh Cong., vol. 2, pi. 1,) the Govern
ment agreed to pay $45,000, or $150 apiece,
for the upport of 300 A fricans one year.
It did not include buying lands for them.
There was no expense lor compensation to
slave owners. Now, if the slaves of all the
South are to be paid for at the rate of $300
piece, the amount paid here in the District,
and land is to be bought beside, you may
approximate to the result of this enormous
Utopian scheme. '
Mr. Ooodhue, a gentleman who is connect
ed with the Government, snd a statislicsn
make this estimate:
By tha eentnaof last four, there ware 3,
952 801 slaves in the Uniitd S'atessnd territo
ries. I hsve already shown mat 4M.441, which
belonseS to ihe border States, would be worth.
si imi escn, 1 3t. 33, 300. "iters rsmsin to
be disposed ol, Iberulore, 3,498,360 slaves em
braced in tre country subject to ths rebels, bit'
including:, of course. Isrss numbers balonaim
to friends of the Union, who have been con
strained into obedience to the rebel authorities
against their wills. Al the rate of 300, the
slaves in the rebel States would be worth $1,
049.Sj8.000: and adding the cost of compensation
to the border States, at the same rate, the sggre
gaie expense of emancipation would be ll.loV
84&.300. Or, lor the convenience of round
numbers, the cost of emsnefpation would be,
at $300 per head, twelve hundred millions, lil,
200.000,000.). : ,
, Add to this $1,200,600,000 " the Vst of
transportation snd maintenance for a year, at
$150 per negro, and you have $1,800,000,000.
Add further, for the price of the soil to be
bought for them.say ten millions; and the
cost of starting them in a strange land, with
out roads, bouses, teachers, and leaders, ten
more; snd you may approach the stupendous
Concluded on tnand page.
The Buyonet Cliiii-gc at Itich
inond. TheN ew York Times correspondent ssys:
The New Jersey troops fought splendidly,
loading anoflring without flinching from their
pobiiiou. uenerai aicKies' regiments did
great execution, advancing at every fire upon
the rebels masked by the wood. However it
was plainly to be seen the enemy had every
aavantsse, and it was resolved to clear the
woods at tne point of the bayonet.
(ieneral Sickles rode along the front of his
men, in the midst of an iron hail which the
rebels poured in.and gave orders for the Seo
ond Heginient, Colobel O. B. Hall, to charge
bayonets. No sooner was the order given
than the men fixed bayonets. Colonel Hall
gallantly led tho charge one of the nwst
biilliant ever made in any battle. Not a man
thirked or straggled from the ranks,
The rebels presented a strons front to the
gleaming bayonets of our men, not a hundred
yards distant. -
As the Second advsneed on (he double
quick, cheering and shouting, the rebels held
oacK ineir lire unui our men were hardly
one hundred feet from their line, when tbey
fired a murderous volley in'o the ranks of
the Second. It proved too low, and few
were killed or wounded.
Immediately after the rebels fired this vol
ley, they broke ranks and fled through the
wood. A lew of their bravest remained to
resist our passage, but they were soon mowed
down by the steel front of the gallunt Sec
Major Herbert, of the Eigth Alabama Rog
iment, was taken prisoner at this lime. His
horse had been shot under him, and as be
fell he received a shot in his side. He soran?
to his feet, however, almost instantly; and
seeing several of our men in front of him,
mistook them for some of his own regiment.
"Rally once more, boys!' he cried, but
they corrected his mistake by presenting
their bayonets snd demanding him to surren
der, which he did with all the grace and fin-
ibq mat an original Secessionists, as be after
wards informed me he was, could do under
the circumstances. The rebels made two or
three attempts to flank us on the left, after
retreating from their centre, but they were
beat back with great loss, our troops pursu
ing them for nearly two miles.
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
TREMENDOUS Stock of GOODS!
Preparations for a Large Trade!
C3r O L 3D 33 J-
STO JEL 33 !
14, Main street. Wheeling, Ta.
STONE & THOMAS announce to their
friends and the public that they are in re
ceipt of their siockof Fall aud Winter Goods
embracing Dry Goods in all iheir varieties'
Carpeting, Oil Cloth and Carpet chain, Millin
ery Goods of every variety Notions, and Va
rieties seneraliy, comprising the largest, and
in some respects, the most rlostrable we ever
brought; to the city. - Our customers may rest
assured that they will reap all the advantages
that fair dealing, a long experience, close at
tention to business, careful buying, and buyins
with Cash, can give them, We buy most of
our goods with cash, directly from the man
ufacturers and Importers, and from close eash
Anction houhes, thereby saving a large per
centsge. We have ample facilities for doing
a large Jobbinz Trade, and nvite the ttntn
of Merchants 10 our stock before buying, and
Tailors to our stock of Cloths, Casaimeres and
Vestings.. .. .. y,
r Without particularizing, we will say we
keep the largest slock iu the city of the follow
ing as well as all goods.
Dress Silks, of every style and price.
Millinery goods, silks, velvets, ribbon etc.
,;. ,ly French Merinoes, of every shsde.
French Prints and Goods,
.y Goods for Friend' wear and traveling.
Bhawi ot every grade and price.
Plaids Sl Prints, 4, worsted fabrics lor dresees.
Closkaand Cloaking, Prints, Ticks, Muslins,
Flannels, Blankets, and good's for Men a d
Boy' wear generally. No
Good House shall sell cheaper.
Our stock of FUKS will be fouai' to be very
desirable. We ask attention o our stook of
Carpeting, etc., which is t. y lull and at low
prices. . ',
' All goods sold at a small advance on pur-
Persons making purchase In the city wilt find
It to their interest greatly to give us a call be-
i Parcels sent to any part of the eitv ran;'
Remember the eign of the "Golden N-Hive,"
near ins suspension Bridge.
STONE at THOMAS.
fiov 7," 1661-tf
MRS. M. SHEnSTOER.
Thankful for' the liberal' patronage she has
hitherto received, take this opportunity of an
nouncing to her numerous friends and the pub
lie generally, that sh has just received a large
assortment of Bonnets, Flowers, Ribbons,
Hosiery, Gloves, Mitts in short,' Fancy Goods
and notions oKevery description. . .
S7i.aaies can ana examine our goods, we at'
sure you every effort will be made to pieasesn
style, quality and price.
Bleaching and Pressing done to order. '
I April 30, 1868. ' '...-,.
BROWN'S Bronchial Trochee, best remedy
in use, for affections of the throat, recom
eeneded for public speakers, Bingc-s, &c. for
ale by , , J, BEaLL,
Druggist and Bookseller. ,
' W publish below tb Congressional Dis
tricts, as formed by th apportioamaat bill
which recently passed th Legislature. . W
hall hav more to ay of it hereafter:
Dutnett I fr 3. ropulatum: Jod. Jew it.
Third DUrict. .
136,801 13,396 10,253
117,156 10,557 7,980
112,767 8,609 9,951
128,165 10,893 9,529
114,8B6 11,014 : 7,821
107,610 11,030 8,278
3 158 '
137,288 12389 9,795
118,933 ' 9,301 4,208
121,473 0,967 ' 6,680
Total 139,477 11,697 12,499
Lickirg 37,011 3,014 3,582
Muskingum 44,417 3,813 3,963
Coshocton 25,032 ' 2,486 ' 2,472
Knox 27,735 2,831 1,988
Total 133,195 12,144 11,736
Holmes. ' 20,589 1,268 2,201
Ashland 22,951 " 1,887 1,978
Wsyne 32,483 2,694 2,969
Medina 22,517 2,573 1,010
Lorain 29,745 3,209 567
Total 128,284 21,631 8,725
Meigs 26,534 2,144 1,831
Athens 21,364 2,405 642
Wsshington , 36,271 2,879 2,055
Morgan 22,117 2,106 1,512
Monroe 25,743 778 ' 2,133
Guernsey 24,474 2,262 ' 1,962
Belmont 36 438 3,025 ' 8,138
Noble 20,651 1,650 1,292
Harrison 19 109 1,991 1,491
Tuscarawas 32,463 3,136 2,658
Total 133,235 .12,064 10,541
Jefferson 26,117 2,554 1,162
Carrol 15,736 2,066 515
Stark 42,970 4,099 3,647
Columbiana '32,836 3,085 1,899
Total 117,660 11,804 7,213
Eighteenth Distrct. 1 '
Cuyahoga . 78,035 6,347 " 2,203
Summit 27,340 3,092 856
Lake ' 15,576 2,063 ' : 135
Ashtabula : - '' '
Mahoning 120,951 11,502 v 3,194
128,388 15,091 : 3.288
CABINET . WORK
In Wm. 1, Fry's old shop, west end of Main
street, ' CsaVs, Ohio.
A '' CARSON, respectfnlly informs the old
OL. friends and customers of Wm. I Fry.
deceased, and the public generally, that he oc
cupies the old shop, where he is better prepared
than ever, to fill all orders in his line ol busi
ness. He has row on hand, and intend at all
times to keep, a general assortment of every
thing in his line of business, both nf hnm mnA
Cincinnati make. .
His present large assortment consists of
Sofas, Cenier-Tables, Breakfast
Tables, Side-Boards, Bu
; ;,'.V reaus, Dining-Tables.
v':.:1::; Chairs,- .. v,v
These, with every other article In hi U n
will be kept constantly on hand. ,
Coffins of various sizes and finish, with
hearse always in readiness on the shortest no
Ha hopes that all who are in need of Cabinet
Ware will give him a call, ae be is satisfied he
can please them both in price and quality; : ;
Cadiz, Ohio, June U, 1868-lyr. .
WEOUGE 4V IX SON MILLS.
MANUFACTUKE and hav constantly for
ale at our Warehouse, near the Depot,
Double Ultra Family a.id Extra SUPKKf'lNi:
FLOUR from good sound Wheat. Oai Floor
is- Warranted Fresh' Ground ami nf th
bett nualitv. Corn meal.. Mill Ferf nrf Ur.n
soid at low figures in quantities 10 suit purcha
sers. , . '.-
Custom Work done with dispatch, and satis-
lacuun warranieu. - UKiUUMH at nlUHJBi
April Si. , , , r. ; . .
40 Pkg's M. R, Raisins, in half and qr.
boxes. Also Figs. Prnues Dates. Al
Cream Nuts, Peanuts, English Walnuts, &e .'
fce-t at o. at W
- . i.,t. . . t iti . i .. - . ...
lMUALit riiiijB, en imaiiioie cure for
Head Ache, for sale by.
Attorney and Conaselor at Law.
I'aH 1 v.. nhiA
OvsTrvla ths mm Antil .ii t.- t
H. McMaih. Esq.. Market susat. .
Cadiz, Ohio, June 4, 1861 -
, ; J. II. ESTEP,
Attornry and Cennaelor at Law,
1 CADIZ, OHIO.
Orvicc On Main street, opposite BeaU'a
Onig Store. - . .
Collections in this and .adjoining eoenties
earafully atteodsd u, n4 plal temion
given 10 cosTSTsacina.' . sep5"60
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
:.... BTEUBEN V ILLE,
' fcTWill practice ia th Court of Harrison
April 11, 1855-
- JOHN S, PEAECE, r.r
n Attorney at Lmri ' !
" "". CAblZ,' j)H10.
Orrirs On Msin street, over George's Gro-
wcij.-. - ...
'. JOSEPH SHAEON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MrStrlct attention to all business intrusted
him in Harrison, Jeflerson, pelmout, and Tus
rarawas Counties. ' .
Office in the Brick Building, opposite the
mansion nouae. ..-
Jan. 25, I860- ...... '. .
- r- p B. SHOXWELL-AEA
Attorney at Law nnl Solicitor in
1 " ' " CADIZ,' OHIO,
CONTINUES to practice In Harrison an
a- joining countWs, and gives especial and
prompt attention to Collecting, business of Ex
ecutors, Administrators, Guardians, Wards,
Partitions, Salea of Lanes, settlement of Es
tates, Titles, to Real Entates, Conveyancing,
ouuKiL ubw miu 111 vjinncery, loaning and in
vestment of money, and ail otherproleseional
business placed in his charge.
KTlle is Agent for the State Bank of Ohio
and others, lor loaning money, &c, &c.
KrOmce in Ailgore's Corner, on Market
January 25, 1860. -
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Market st. - - , - Cadiz
Mov, H, 1860-ly,
rUXSIUlAM & SURGEON,
OHIO. ; i
HAS ren.oved to his new house on Market
Street, opposite the Presbyterian Church.
CIIOKGE & WILSON,
FORWARDING COM'SION MERCHANTS,
Dealer in Produce and Agricultural imple
ments. - - . i
: Cadiz, Ohio.
&3r Warehouse at the Depot.
April !J5, 1860
S B.LUKINi H. H. ntRRISOS
LUKISS & HARRISON,
Or'FlCE-ON MAIN STREET, NORTH OF
Market, directly opposite the "Cadiz
House" where one.or both of them may be found
at all times, ready to receive calls Irom all those
desiring their services. Teeth put ip in the
msst approved styles warranted and repaired
for one year free of charge.
July 18, I860. . , .
LIVE EY STABLE!
ROBINSON & LYNCH,
KIEr Cr THEIR STOCK OF
For Hire at the Lowest Eates.
ICrThe BAYS are still alive.x
Jan. 16, 186-iy , , ....
EAMSEY & MAFFIT11.
a on. . i .. .
j cunsianuy receiving Oy railroad, s
.a. targe supply 01 all kinds of Lumber,
(both dressed aud undressed,) Door and Win
dow frames, bash, ftc, which they wajrant
01 an exceiieni quality,' and which they
...it rou uncap,
Cadiz, Jan. 8, 1861. v ' "
OFKERShia services to the citizens of Cadiz
ana urrounamg country, in tho art of . .
House Painting.Gi'aining, Paper
, Hanging, Varnishing,
and all kindsof Imitation in Wood, Stone and
Marble, Also, Sign painting attended to, on the
most rerasonable terms.
Those wishing to have Painting done in the
bes; aid most modern style, would do well to
give him s call, as he endeavors to do his work
in a neat, suuitantiai, ana workman-like man
assv.-l. Cadiz, Ohio, May IT 185
EXCELS IO B
IVTR. J. W. SIMMONS, wishes to inform hi
il.L . old friends and customers in Cadiz, that
ne naa opened a shop in Cavliz,and that he ia pre
pared to do work in the latest and most ap pro
ved city styles. Those wishing to have Grain
ing, Painting, Paper Hanging, Ulaizing, Var.
nishing, Sign Painting, or anything in his line
01 uusiness, win nno 11 10 tneir advantage to
" c" no ueierminea to excel;
and to his friends of Green and Wayne town
ships he would aar lie intends to have a place
of business in Hopedale, and he hopes they
will continue to patronize him with that liber
al patronage which they have lor ihe past year
Cadiz, 0., ap22 'ST
WILLIAM COCIIHAN j - Prop'i
VBIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, FOR
merlykept by Maj. Lacy, and more recent!)
by Thos. D. Grimes, will be iound by the trav
elling community topossees all the advantages
of the best conducted hotels. . The House hue
been thoroughly fitted and furnished, in the
most approved style, for the accommodation of
guests; and it is the determination of the Pro
prietor that none who may lavor him with
their patronage shall have reason tocomplain,
in any particular, or go away dissatisfied.
O'ililU moderate. 1 i r,i
iCTBaggage taken to and from the Depot free
ol charge. .- ' i.'.; 1 v,c.
. October 17.1860 ; .. ! .(.- -
US. M4IWEU., THOS. J, CAHPBELI,, 00. a. TINOLS.
Maxwell,.. Campbell '& Tingle,
: WHOLESALE GEOCEES,
PR O D TJ C 33!
; ; 8, Main St,' Whetting, Ta.
NEW: BAKERY r
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens
Cadiz and vicinity that he keeps con
stantly on hands at bis New Bakery, on Mar
ket street, one door south of George's Crocerv
all kinds of BREAD, CAKE3, Ate, which i.
inn sen ai reasonaoie prices, ..,.. .
tf also keeps Cigars, Csndiea, 'tte-l-t, V
Cadiz, Ohio, April 23, 1862-ly. - :
WINDOW .Giass and Putty, , large and
fresh arrival of each, tor sale at verr
ngsret st j v , .
a .. "VTir -sr
FA X G Y
HAS now on hands a good assortment ol Goods
the above line, which has been bonght low, and
consequently, he will sell them at very
low prices. His goods sre aM nice and
fresh, and cannot fail to please
buyers, both in quality and .
prices; he therefore solic
its an examination . ,
. .!; . : of his stock and '''''' '
belore purchssing elsewhere in so doing, he
leelt confident that he will merrit a large share
Of public patranage. He keeps no Watchca but
wha tare selected with great care, and con
sequently, all watches sold are warranted time
keepers or no sale. Fine Gold Hunting English
jeweled, from..'. 75 toJIOO
Fine Gold Hunting Swiss Leeers. full
jeweled, from. 3 5 -to ib
Fine Gold open faced Levers and Le-
pines, from ....80 to 35
Heavy hunting Silver English Levers,
full jeweled, from 35 10 40
Heavy hunting Silver English Levers,
soven jewels, from... 27 to 35
Hunting bwiss Lever and Lepinea, four
jewels, from.... 18 to 16
Silver open laced Levers and Lepines.. 8 to 12
Carving: Finger Kings, Br'si Pins
in great variety of atylea and prices.
Ladies Uold Chains and Locket
' Gold Vest and Fob Chains
Oold and Silver
Oold and Silvor
Oold and Silver
Oold and Silver
Gold and Silver
Oold and Silver
Oold and Silver
Silver, German and Dieted table and t.
Spoons Pocket-books and Portmonies in great
variety, nne pocket-knives, shears and
- scissors, tine tlazors, coral glass on wax
spsoq Lots of other nice things too
numerous to mention. Call in
friends, everything sold
is warranted aa repre
sented. Main St., Opposite the Pnblio Buildings,
Cadiz, Dec. 22.-1858-
' . ; IN ' " V . .
NEW STOCK OF
lias recently returned from New
York and Philadelphia, where'
? 'ho: purchased from the '
f Importer the largest s
and best Stock of
: . .everything . "
?--v-v.i (Z'::n vin . his vj:,.- .'-
line ever brought to Cadiz It is
' unnecessary to enumerate -His
customers may rest
HIS GOODS are nice & FRESH
na mat mey win not have to pay two pricee
for any article they buy of him, simply
because his Goods were all boncht 1
' and Importers, and ,
.' , ' . not from . '. "' "" ' "
irRenalrinir nfall hnJ. .1 l.
em 1 nouee, and in a workmanlike manner.
uauis, VU1Q, uec. Z3t 1061, , , , .
McNEELY NORMAL S CHOOL.
THE SPRING ! TERM (13 seeks) begins
April 1st. 1862. . ,.. ,
Instruction given in the Common English
branches, Penmanship, Elocution. Grmm.r
etc. Special attention is given to training
teachers in these branches, and fitting them for
thp successful management of schools. ,The
higher -Acsdemie- branches Algebra, lieome-
ogy, Botony, LogiOioic., etc., taught as hero-
Latin. and Greek languages taught.
Vocal musie taught.
Instruction on Piano and Melodeon t n.n.l
rates 1 . ,
"Lewis's New Gymnastics," so useful to
teachers and students, practiced and taught,
with allnecessary apparatus. ' -
Lectures are given each term on the "Art
Ot Xnaahlnir . nit it. sum. .
Schools" and other subjects of interest.
The continued prosperity ol the School is an
assurance to the public that the labors and ex-
r r, r, , nin njprat;isiea.'. I
vi vBtBiuyue r lunner miormation , address '
EDWIN P.r. P.ilii "
Hopedale, Har. Co., O Oct. 23, 1861..) ' 1
li. II. 1MRRETT
Cheap Durable and Neat.
T.PHILLIPS & SON,
suavracToasas in niuu is
BOOTS & SHOES!
Opposite the fublie Bulldlnss. Cadiz. O.
MAKE and keep oa hand ths fined quality
of Ladies wear, also fine Boots and
Shoes, sewed or pegged, equal in style to the
beet city inske. Our boring stock of first
elase Eastern Work consists of nice lot oi La
dies' and Misses Heeled Slippers, Kid Heeled
Boots, Heeled Gaiters, and almost every style
of Shoe for Men, Women, Boys snd Children.
Ladles Kid ana falters or tne finest material
Work made to order and warranted not to rip
We fit up and keen the lasts for eeckresular
customer, always insuring e perfect fit. .
Wheeling Money taken at par.
T. PHILLIPS & BON.
May 8, 1861. .
Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio.
TTAS always on hand the following, at very
s low uncvw - - '
Ginger Hoot & G. P
Cream Tartar " '
Sperm snd Star randies
Lamp Black , . . ';
Also a rood rupply of Paints. Oils. Brush
ea. Dyes etc., ate. School Books, Miscel
lancous Works, Bibles and Testaments. The
largest and cheapest stock of Wall Paper in
the country. Intks, Pens, Pencils, faper. Toy
Books aiid notions, a good vsriety and cheap
Call and examine them. Dec. 19, '60.
Stoves ! Staves 1 1
Has the largest and most com'
plete assortment of
iSmbraeing every variety and quality, both
for Wood and Goal, that has ever been
brought to Cadiz. He also has every
' thing belonging to the busiuess,
1 . . such as
Brass and Conner Settles
'if all sizes snd qualities, and adapted to every
purposo for whish such kettles can be used. .
House spouting, Hoofing, Ac,
. done on short notice.
TIN, A RJE
cl all kinds always kept sn hona, or made to
order iu snort, e vet y thing belonging to
the business will be found in hi store.
Repairing all kinds of Job Work
done on the shortest notice
and most reasonable
. ry thing in
his store at prices
ranging from 10 to 25
per cent, cheaper for Cash, than
such articles have ever before been sold
n the place. When you need anything in hia
line remember the place AJarketst., opposite
Brown's Otore,. end sevsa doors south of the
JAMES M. PAUL.
Cadii. Jan 23, 1861 -ly
Saddle and Harness Making
; At ineoia liana 01 wm. Knox
Oil market Street. .
I Keep constantly on hand an assortment of
and all other articles in my line Repairing
done and work made to order on the shortest
notice and of the best material a .id workman
PlesBe call before purchasing elsewhere, aa
all work ia warranted to bs aa represented ,
and aa cheap as at any other place,
Cadiz, Aug. 8-6m.
DRS. WORTMAN & SHANNON
rNFORM the citizens of Harrison and adjoin
ing counties, that they expect to be in Ca
diz at the National House un July S, again
August 9 and again September 13, and alter
wards every month regularly as notice will be
given from time to time. They hope by an
honorable course to merit a sha'oof public pa
tronage. Dyspepsia and Liver Disease.
Doyou rise with acoated tongue in the morn
ings with bad tsste in the mouth'nnd poor ap
petite for breakfast? Do you feel when vou
first get up so weak and languid you. can scarce,
lyget abiutl Do you have a dizziness in the
head at limes and oi'ten a dulness, with head
ache occasionally?. Are your bowels costive
and irregular and appetite changable? Doyou
reft up wind from the stomach and do you bloat
up oltenl Do you feel a fullness alter eating
anda goneness when the stomach isemp'yf
Doyou feel low spirited and look on the dark
siue of things? Are you not unusualy nervous
al times! Do yon not become restless and
ofienlay until midnight before yon can go to
sleep! and then at times, don't you feel dull
and aleepy most. of the timet Is yourskin dry
and scaly? also sallow! In short, is your lile
not a burthen, full of forebodings! Now, these
are the symptoms generally present, but noi
alwaya all of them,- and there are thousands
who are suffering daily from them, and we
pledge ourselves, in from three to five prescrip
tions, to drive them all away and completely
cure the patient, changing their whole physical
and mental nature, and thna make a bleesing
instead of a burthen. We ask those who sauu,
tried until tired and discouraged to give ua one
fair trial and wecandidlycan do just what is
abovaset forth; Try two Description a.id we
can in that time satisfy the moat incredulous.
We call especial attention to our almost inval
uable treatment in the above diseases. "Prove
ail things.',' , ...-.(.
" SALT RHEUM AND SCALD HEAD.
We claim positively to cure every caae of
these diseases. This is a positive fact, and
we will pledge ourselves to give $50 to any
case of the kind that we eannut cure and we
generally cure with one prescription.,-.- . .
Incipient Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Throat Disease, etc., etc.
' We call especial attention to persons afflic
ted with those diaeaaes to the fact that we
have an almost invaluable treatment in those
affections which has been lately discovered.
We have succeeded on thia rout in restoring
case of thia kind in a lew months who have
been treated, for years to no effect, and othere
are now under treatment and are raoidiv beirnr
restored; as in fact to use their own words.
inev sav tnev leei tnemaeivea cominir ud verve
day We do not ooaitivelv claim that thera ia
no ease so tar advanced but that we can help
ana maae mem more eomiortauie. prolong II le
and the most of cases can be successfully cured
if taken in any kind of time. Remember, this
is an age 01 improvement, and remedies are
being discovered that disarm disease of many ol
many 01 11s terrors, we invite those who are
threatoned, or have any form of Lung Disease,
to give us one trial, when we can prove all we
nave aaia m ine aoove.
- ' EXAMINATION FREE.' :
i aprl0,'6l. .!.,,.,.,... 1
! A NEW LOT of all kinds of Whips just re
XjL ceived and (or sale by
; . J. ft, CRAWFORD. '
Cadiz, April 3, 1861. .. . . Agent
A FIRST KA'i'tl L'JT OF i RUNK3, J U3T
fx. reoeived snd lor sate ehesp by ' ,
T - J. R. CRAWFO IbAgenu ( .
March 13 Market street, Cadiz.'
GROCERIES! GROCERIES '
george ft Vnioirs. Af
Stock Fresh and Complete. '
kaveea hand, snd sre aow receiving
o. " . - owbis ana beat, toe largest 1
Stock 01 Oroceriee ever brought to Cadii, te I
.m l a .i. 1 7- m mnii9B n n. stall- i
own ennanmnttni. UT.. zi , 1 . .1
- - - wmmi ia anrahafl to . w.i. .
r uw irrni nca 10 sen
IJ,. . nOT 'wwaa either Btsobenville
.... r "mjcb wnsisis la
. O. Sugar
, 10 "
10 " ;
' SO -
. 0 Sockets
' 10 Tierces
' to kegs
Circle A Crushed
A Soft Crushed
B " "
MoLissts N. O. Molaaaaa
Corrss Prime Hie -'
Rics Prime Rice
Fisa No S Mackerel
Lake Fish sll kinds
Sons English Soda 1
Sri css Ground Pepper
ClovaB. flnn.miui Vnlm...
Gln0t.r. Mmt.ril. JUm JI.A ' ' 1
April 85, '60 G . W
Confectionary and Variety Stoi .
Opposite the Public Buildings, ,
; Cadiz, Ohio
S FERGUSON respectfully Informs h'
friends that he is still in the businessn
the building directly opposite the Publie Build
in is, where he offers for sale s large and we
selected asosrtment of Confectioneries, ate,
among which may be found the following!
Common & fancy Candiesofall kinds, Almon
Filberts, Cream and Pea Nuts, Raisins, Figs,
Dales, French Currants. 8ugar, Soda, But
ter and Water Crackere, Western Re- y?
serve and English Cheese, Ground
and Bark Cinnamon. Pepper, ' '
Gingei, Alspice St Starch,
Fine and Common Ci- '
. . g,ri Tobacco and -.-
Snuff, Pulverized White Sugar, assorted Pick
les and Pepper Sauce, Combs. Port Monies,
- and Pen Knives, Visiting Cards and En
velopes, Watch Chains, Keys and
Guards, a fins lot of common
Jewelry, TOYS of all
Mr As he intends to sell cheap, he hopes h,
friends snd the public generally will favor him
with their patronage. ;
tO-Country ConlectionarUs can be supplied
at bisestabliahment on the very best terms.
Daily U. S. MaiTT
CADIZ TO WHEELING. '
And Tri-VVeckly from Cadiz to
THE subscriber would respectfully inform
the travelling community that he is run
ning Ihe U. S. Mail Hack Line from Cadiz to
Wheeling; and that one of his splendid hacks
will leave Wheeling and Cadis every morn
ing, at 7 A.M., snd connect with the cars at
both placea. Hia hacks are new, his teama
good, and hia drivers carefuland attentive.
He hopea to receive the patronageof the trav
elling public, as he will endeavor to merit
their patronage by airict attention to their
wants. . . . . .
Fare from Wheeling to Cadiz or Cadiz to
Wheeling $1,85. For the round trip only $2,00
He is also running a new Hack between Ca
diz and St. Clairsvillo, leaving Cadiz every,"
Monday, Wednesday and Friday morninglt?
and St. Clairsville every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday mornings. Particular attention
paid to carrying Express Packages.
He has s'so in Cadiz as goods Livery Sta
ble as there is in the country. Buggies, Car
riages, Horses, &c, to be had at all times.
Travellers either arriving on ihe cars or in the
hack, can be taken to any point they may de
sire. Terms reasonable. ,
WILLIAM L. I10USEH.
Cadiz, Ohio, Aug. 15 18tio . s
' Is the place to purchase your
READY MADE CLOTHING! '
... -. Ant ' ' . ,,.':
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. '
I would invite your attention to the fact tbal;fc
my present stock is not only the .
That has ever been brought to this town, ' but
that they were bought at .
And will be offered to my friends and the pub
lie, cheaper than any stoek that has ever
been offered in this market, ,
COME AND SEEI
Kefnre purchasing elsewhere, Don't mistake ,
the place. One door above Brown tc McCor-
nick's. Market street. I. BKTLLUS.
Oct. 9, 1861. .
J. CRABB & CO . , i
Have just received a larjre and splendid stock;
of all kinds of Keady-Mado Clothing, Gentle--men's
Furnishing Goods, Hals, Caps, Uent's
.Shawls, of all kinds; also a tip top stock of
French Cloths at an astonishing low price.
They respectfully invite, , their . numerous
friends to call and examine their stock, and
they will not lail to purchase , Our goods ware:
purchased with great care at astonisltiny low
prices, and will be sold cheaper than such goods'
were ever before soldin this mirket, for cash
only . . JACOB CKABB&. CO.
Oct. 9. ISG1 , .
J AS. STEWART,
IS RECEIVING his FALL' snd WINTER,
stock of , , , . , ., , .r
DRY,, GOODS I i
A ...u: ... u ( I I .jiui nM
miiviiK wiiiiiu in u j. va ivuiiu uu. iw
Goods, of a great variety, conaisting in part of
plain and lancy silks.Challies, Berages, Lawns,:'
Prints, Jaconetts, Organders, .Delaines, cbiotss.
Bargu Robei Jaconett Robes, ate. si
FALL & WINTER, SHAWLSV
Including a full sseortment of Whiter Goods,
Brilliants, Jackonettes Lawns.Swiss and Mull -Ma-saillea.
Thread and Jackonett Edging and ;
lnsertings. A large assortment of Mens and.
Boys Wesf, Ladies and Childrens Boots, Shoes'
and Slippers of all varieties. ; :
Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Rice, Tobacco. Fish, Mojas
set Syrups, Candles, Soaps, &e.- . . .
? JAMES STEWART. "'
Oct. 9, 1861. .!', (..;:.; ( ;.)
Spring & Summer ;
B. McFaddsm........ K. W.iKwsET',
A RE receiving the largest stock of Ameri-,
ju can. English . French and German Oo-xia"
ever offered in one season to the people of Hat- t
rieon county, and st prices muoh lower than ,
wae anticipated one month since. ' Our stock, a
consists ot all the varieties of the season. We 1 1
invite the people to call and iudire lor thorn-
selves. Particulars next week.
. &OOIfi o.: ,.J v,
April 30, 186
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