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Aunt Sally, as the village tieal'j called her, hail received tins bu'k of lier property from a deceased aunt, which tier felircvd busincfs qualities had enabled her to inveet so gaivantav r.ot'iing better at her Lands, gcously ibt she increased iu wealth l!ut what had become of Aunt Sal ts lie did in years, and like many ether : ly's money? That was the mystery, rich people well advanced in life, Lad and it became a wonder to the worth v cores of affectionste young . relatives, lier cold gray eyes were too shrewd not to see through their eager atten tions to the very selfishness of their source. One nephew, however, did not "be long to this class of schemers. On the contrary, the old lndy was very often the victim of his jokes, and he would dinpute with her just for the fun of having a hot argument. Vet, for any real service, she would apply tohiin ofteuer than to any one else. She had even lent a sum sufltdeut to stock a fine store, but still this Fred crick 60 often annoyed and vexed her, that public opinion was pretty equally divided as to w a other Le would he the favorite heir, or be cut off with a shil ling. One evening upon the meeting of the parish sewing circle a t the house of the clergyman, tins nephew psrpctra ted a joke upon bis aunt, the result of which she never forgot. She, un like many maiden ladies, considered these gatherings a sort of fashionable nuasriice, but usually was present for the sake of indulging in her sarcastic remarks. Jler nephew was there os tensibly to wait upon his aunt, but the fair Lucy, daughter of the worthy practitioner, Dr. lilood, particularly allured him with her charms. The evening passed off pleasantly, and when the party broke up, as Fred erick was taking leave of his friends, with his aunt upon one arm, and Lucy upon the other, the old lady suddenly remembered that she had left her muff. "Oh, never mind, nmt," said the . young man, "I will get it and send it up to you in the morning. "But I do mind, Fred. Strong, for it is not my way to leave things about in this manner. But where can it be? I certainly left it with my bonnet and cloak. Search was immediately made, and after a while it was found stuffed into the deacon's hat. "0,"fie upon you, aunt! Such a hint, and the deacon only a recent widower!" exclaimed her laughing nephew. Aunt Sally seized her muff, but the hat adhered most affectionately to it. By an angry wrench it was liberated, and the unoffending hat flew across the entry, projected by the incensed maiden. When it arrived at the ter minus of its short journey, it had as sumed a most questionable shape, and its condition might certainly have seen termed "shocking bad." "I will pay you for this, young man. "Don't trouble yourself, daar aunt. So far as I am concerned, you are en tirely welcome." "You will perhaps tell me that yen ha ve had no hand in this matter?" "No, I will tell you no falsehood about it; but I intended it at a joke upon our stiff deacon, as much or more than yourself." "At best it is but an ill trick you have played upon me, and now mark my words: you shall have reason to remember this muff to the latest days f your existence." "As you please, aunt, since you take it so seriously; but I did't think a silly joke would have thus offended you." Time passed on, and young Strong prospered famously in his business. lie amassed sufficient means to be ena bled to repay his aunt the sum she had lent him, but she declined receiving it, alleging that she preferred to have it remaining on interest. In the mean time, he had also persuaded the gentle Lucv to share hia fortunes. As for Aunt Sally, a singular mania seemed to possess her. In the matters of real estate, stocks, &c, she had become i perfect alchemist, turning all to gold. 'The neighbors looked on and won , dered but none ventured to remon. strate with her. blie was otten seen to visit the office of Squire A , and it was rumored that she was making hfr final arranremants for the bestowal of her property alter her decease. The affair of the muff was not forgot ' ten and it was current with the good villagers that Fred would have to pay dearly for his joke. . One morning the village was all in action.. , During the night the spiritof the redomltable lady had quietly ta ken its flight. She was found dead in her arm-chair, and died as she had ' lived, alone. She had alarmed no one during the night, nor had she suffered previous illness. Curiosity, of course, was intense upon the subject of her will, and it was produced as soon as decency would allow.. , All her connex ions were present, and their eager, hopeful, anxious countenaces would have furnished a rare subject for the pencil of the artist. The reader of the will proceeded until it was finish ed, except a eingl codicil. Each of her relatives, excepting her nephew, Lad been remembered some to a great er extent than others, but none con iderahly." w' . At all events not one-third "of ficr fortuno had been dispensed, and the odicil only remained. All eyes were turned to Frederick Strong as the lucky one, a,fter all. But what were their surprise whea they foun-d-it only made him the recipient of her old sable muff and contents. The "word "con" tents" again excited their curiosity, and, to satisfy them, the article was produced, and found only to contain a simple paper sewed upon the lining.- When detached and opened, in the bold handwriting of Aunt Sally, were found these words: 'Dear Niphktt. You will doubt less appreciate this, .the last joke. I ; shall ever be guilty of, as I apprecia-1 ted yours on a certain time you wilj' God lies y do and yours. Frederick declared that lie was iat ifitrd. Tlio old lady bad fair r retor ted upon him andhecertiiiulv deserved villagers, who discussed it on every oi casion." She was known to have larjrr sums of money at the various hanks, but all this the anxious relatives ascer tained was drawn out a few days be- fjre Ler death. Squire A was consulted, who had drafted the will, but Le stoutly maintained tbat the will covered tfie whole of her proper ty, and would h ive nothing further tx do with it. One evening about six months after the old lady's death, while Frederick was conversing with his wife, the sub je. t of the muff was introduced. ''That wis a costly joke of yours, dear Fred," fcaid Lis wife, gaily. 'Uut I got the mud" at all events, Lu cy, and what is better, no onehascoiue forward to claim the three thousand dollars which she has lent me. I feci confident that she intended to present it to me, and therefore destroyed my note. "Lotus have a look at the old relic, Fred, if the moths have not eaten it wholly up I will return with it in a moment." The muff was produced, and as Luc predicted the lining was wofully mot eaten. "My dear wife, you must look to this, fori prize it dearly on good Aunt Sally's account. I think you had better rip ont the lining and renovate the whole with camphor." Lucy took her scissors and commen ced at once upon her task. "What can the old lady hare stuf fed it with, I wonder? Why Fred, instead of cotton, she has wadded it with dirty brown paper." "Dirty brown paper, indeed!" tx claimed her husband, springing from his chair and catching her hand at she was about to throw a bunch into the grate. "Why, it is bank-notes, or I am dreaming." The mystery of the word "contsnti" was now explained. Note after note was drawn out until more than thirty thousand dollars lay on the table be fore them. A letter was also found from the aunt, which sfcxted that she had lwaj3 intended him for her heir. His own note also came to light, from which his name had been torn off. 'This new revelation of course erented au immense excitement among the villa gers, but Frederick and his wife kept the even tenor of their way, respected by all, not for wealth, simply, but for themselves. One evening during each year, tney opened their splendid mansion to all. It is a fumor.s affair to the villagers, and is known as the anniveKfiry of Aunt Sully's Muff. from the ttw York Eadget of Fan. Alnrirsfntr IIIs-p9 f criffiiry tliiie--Tho 'riie ni Hnrid: WAeniNflTON 10 p. :j. The Honorable Secretary of the Treasury is in a very precarious co- dition. He has been ailing for some time past, but hi j medical advisers ha ve been enable, till within a few days to ascertain the nature of his complaint. It has now, aowever assumed a definite form, and shows itsslf to be an attack of dropsy but of a different natare altogether from the common uisease There being no name to be found for it among the different kinds of dropsy, his physicians have called it HYDROPS TERGVM viridk, or "greenback drop sy, lie is a diHc;usnnjr sicht to be hold, being so inflated that even his best friends scarcely recognize turn. j ten coverea with immense swellings from head to foot, and his body is go tender that it cannot be touched with out giving him great pain. His physi ciaus uuuk mat tue disease will come to a crisis in a few hours. They have given orders for him not to be allowed any more "greenbacks" for food, as they only serve to avgnient the dis ease, and render all probability of his ever recovering utterly impossible Yet, in spite of their commands, he will, during their absence, send for an enormous supply of "greenbacks," and devour them with a ferocity that would scarcely be credited in a human being. Such, however, appears to be the pe culiar feature of his disease, the more he gets the more he wants; and as he pretty strong will, it follows, of course, that the more - be wants the more he gets; . (N. B. I beg pardon for joking on so solemn a subject, but I'm blowed if 1 could help it.) - 10J p. M. His minions ore at work continually to keep up a supply for him, but un less a stop is put to it immediately the results will be fearful. 11 P.M. His medical attendants have just come in and express great alarm at a sudden change that has taken place in him. . I he crisis is supposed to be near at hand.,, , " ' - ,. 11 J P.M., ne will either "live or die," &c, Jfce. ... ' - - . ' 11 J P.M. The physicians hopo that he will burst some -part of his skin, as that would let out the ."greenbacks,", after which he would -recover rapidlyV If, oa the contrary; however, he should keep his skin whole, he will probably, within the course' of an .hour or two, give utterance to a few idioUo senten ces, gasp, and take a quiet walk up Salt Kiver. ; ' ! ' v. .tO .ii if U'llUr U p.M. The trying moment has almost arri- ved. In ft short . time we must either s?; .- : Tvo, 12 p. itv This is the moment of which I was spcakitisf a short time aero. The crisis will be Lore in a minute! ' It has come! and the Secretary what? Wbv, he has "bust;" and the "greenbacks," which ha,ve been so long pent - up in him, have gone forth to remember. Farew.1.' comfort the poor soldiers, who havn't been paid for the last eight months. P. S. I send a cut of the Secreta ry at the time f his 'bust." It was taken on the spot. P. r. S. 1 hooked a few millions of "greenbacks," which I send enclos ed to the Budget, as mementoes of the Great Financial Schemer. Gl-G I-G I-fl I- B ER-ER-E1U from the Ohio farmer. The Next Wool Clip, The unsettled and excited state of the market for woolen and cotton goods is giving rise to much speculative talk as to the starting point for the next clip of wool; anil our cotcroporaries of the rural press are having a word to say. In the last Mahoning Register we find the followingflat-footed talk: "At no previous timo since 18.1G have the prices of wool ruled so high a3 at the present date. Sales were made in New Yoik, last week, to man ufactures, at 70 and 75 cents, and some extra fine brought as high as 79 cents. Farmers hail better not cons tract their next clip in advance, unless they get big figures. It would not be surprising if wool commanded $1,00 per pound by midsummer. Very lim ited quantities now remain in the Wes tern States unsold, and the growers must feel encouraged at the future prospects. The slaughtering of sheep, except for mutton, is unknown, while the old or young with the least vitality, are carefully provided for, with the expectation that such fleece, however small, will tarn into (if not gold) green backs, which our Western people have learned to regard quite as good." The sheep market, of course, reflects the excited feeling in the wool trade; and the Madison County Democrat thus talks of the propriety of stocking the broad pasture fields of Madison with sheep: "The prospective high price for wool the coining Spring, has exoited our wool-growers to on unusual de gree, siid raised the price of sheep al most f.hj per cent, over that of last year. Every farmer not already stock cd with sheep and but very few if any are seen' 3 anxious to buy, but none seem desirous cf selling. A fair quality of 'sheep will readily bring from 4 to per head. Madiso:t county is veil adapted to sheep raising, and the interests of its people would be materially enhanced were shsep to take the place of cattle oa its broad fertile pastures. While at least one hundred and fifty thousand sheep could be graied to advantage in the county, the number last year was only 8t),Sol, being an increase in the past ten years of only 12,478. When the farmers of this county fully compre hend their own interests, Madison will stand first among the wool-growing ounties cf the State." Ttie Pniliua A Stark Dec... A short tiins ago, a gentleman a resident of Mad Jliyor To'.vnship CRtnj to Uurbanaone eraiilsjin order to take the night train (through freight accommodation) for Spring field. He did so. Finding the car full, he remained standing a short time, when becom ing tired, he asked a lady the priv ilege of occupying a part of the seat belonging to her. (Now, it must be known ti all night travelers that this train or this car ratlwr is dark that is; it is illuminated by a dim light only, which doesn't "shed it lus tre thereof" very extensively.) Well, a conversation commenced between the parties mentioned, and it turned to almost everything weather, fashions, politics, Ac--and finally to personal and particular affairs. The gentle man informed the lady that he was a widower; she, in return, remarked (she was dressed in black) that she was a widow. The widower became interest ed in the widow; the "lone woman" seemed nleased with the widower. Not heeding the immortal advice of the elder Weller to his dutiful son: "Saniivil, bevare of vidders" he be came more affectionate in his remarks; and as the train left Hunt's station, he asked as a favor, as they were about to part, that she would bestow a kiss. She. at first hesitated, but afterwards consented. He gallantly asked her to litt her van; she was tim. id, and modastly begged him to exer cise the pleasure himself. The train whistled now was the accepted time! He gently raised the veil, when in popped the Conductor with a glaring lamp. And there, dazzling the happy face of the gentle man and widower from Mad Itiver, was lucious lips; glisten ing teeth, extensive nose, white eyes, charcoal countenance and wary hair of a she "American citiaen of African descent!" He did not take that kiaj. He could't see it.- What makes this last mentioned fact astonishing is this; the gallant widower is one of the most prominent Republicans in Mad River, and swal lows ever niggerism of his party e- mancipation proclamations and all. If he can embrace the whole nigger '-in his party, why cin't he embrace one, personally? "Kiss me quick, and go my honey!": Urbana Union. XSiFA good story is told of a rus tic youth and a country gal, who sat facing each other at a husking party. Ihe youth, smitten with the charms of the beautiful maiden, only ventured his sly look, and now and then touching Patty'a foot. nnder the table. The girl determined to make the youth express what he appeared so warmly to feel, bore with these ad vances a little while in silence, when she cried out: - "Look here! if you love me, why don't you say so? but don't dirty my stockings." ; m . ii ' .rt K5PA manufacturer in Connecti cut found in a bale of cotton, the oth er day, a large piece of grindstone, a common granite boulder, that would weigh nearly one hundred pounds; and a large log of wood, for which ho paid sixty-cents per, . pound. This boats wooden nutmegs'. ' t Business Carts, W.P. Hats I.O.YteaM HAYS & THOMAS, ATTORNETH AT LAW, CADIZ, OHIO OFFICE on Mirkfr alrrri, two doora tborc G. B. Brre !' Jewelry Suite. All profoMionl bniinrw in I hia and adjoio. lajr eoumiraw iii receive prompt attention. Oct. 15, 1862. PHILLIP DONAHUE, A I lor airy Had Counselor nt Law, OaAlas, Ohio. Omri In the room iarmerljr occupied b J. H. Mc.Ma.th. Esq., Market atreet. Cadii, Ohio, June 4, 1S62. J. H. ZSTZP, ttlorney and Counselor at Law, CAD1Z.OHIO. Orrtet On Main atreet, oppoatte Beall'a "ma! ?tore. Collections In this and adjoining eonntira citrefullr Attended to,, and epncla! attention given to co.ivsviKcisa. aerS'60 R; S. MOODY, ttiorncy ninl Connselor ut Lav, STEDBEJJVILLE, JVVVill practice in the Court ef Harrison April 11, IS55- J023? 8. FIAEC3, Attorney at Law. CADIZ, orio. OrricE On Main street, over George's Gre. cerr. JOSEPH SHARON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. CADIZ, OHIO. (irStriet attention to ail boaineaasarrnated him in Hsrriaon, Jefferson. Belmont, and Tua- rarawaa Conntiei. Orf it in the Brick Building, opposite thel mansion uonee. Jan. Si, 190- S. B. SH Of WELL, 0 Attorney at Law anl Solicitor M Chancery. CADIZ, Of no, CONTINUES to praetire in Harrison an a-tjsimnt; eountioa, and KWe especial and prompt attention to Collsetinr, businesaof ocu'ora. Administrators, Guardians, Wards, Partition!, 9 ales of Lamia, aettlcment of Ka tatea, Titles, to Heal f'.itetee, Conveyancing, Suits at Law and in Chancers, Uisnini and in moment of money, and all otlrr professional business plsced in Sitchnrjfe. Vrlls is sent for the Stste Bsnk of Ohio and others, for loaning money. Sec, ete. t-5-(Jrtic in Kiljore's Corner, oa Market street. January IS69. T"33'niLli3Eisr niLta is UF.A3Y-M'I)E CLOTHING liH-iitieriM-a's rui'i!ihitt; 4iorl, Market ot. - - - Cadiz Nov, 14, lGCO-ly, s l.LuxiKS s. a. Bixaisen LUKIH S & HARB.1S0N. X71tl' T JR JfTIMTH, OKFIC E-OM MAINSTREKT.NO UT H OF Market, directly onpoeite the "Csdii House" where ono.or both of them n:sy bs found at all times, ready to receive cslls IrJin sli Ihw desiring their services. Tertk du: sp ia Ihe msst approve J styles wsrrsnted aud rvpsirsd lor one year ires of charts. July IS, 1S60. 5 XX WORTMAU, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, OHIO. II AS removed to his nsv house go Msrfcsl Street, opposite the I'reabyterun Church. IVc 4, 16I. WILI.IAH1 VS. Ml I, SON, WnllLKSALE GROCER, FORWARDING COM'SION M UttCll ANT, Denier ia Produce and Agricultural iinpls menis. Cadiz, Ohio. HrWrI;one at the Depot. Feb .! fn PLACE TO OET YOUE COOTS & SHOES, CHAS. SHIVER. BAS eommencsd aasnul'scturing Boots srd . Shos, in tke nestesl and most work manlike manner, and out of best of ruaterisl, in the room two doors north of Stew s n't stors, on Msrket street, Cudii. Public patronage so licited. Csdis, Dee. 17. lSSi-ly. -liTiMA 1NMUUANCI2 COM VAN Y. Capital $1500 000. L. HEFLIHTG- AGT, caii. on co. WILL take risks on Isvorsble terms. Insure your property and rest secure. July a?, im. Wall Paper ! Wall Paparl! TH2 subsi-riber Iske s pleasure in csllingthr attention of the public to bis Isrge snd well sslectod stock of wsiil'spers, just recei ving for the Mpring snd Summer trsde. His stoi'k consists of tO.000 pieces with 400 differ sn.' patterns, reusing in price flow ottceuta tc l,0u per piece, together with every variety ol borders, Window Curtains, Decorations for t snnel Work, fcc, etc. Ha bat also on hand a complete assortment of School, Historical, Medical, Koligious snd Miscellsuoous Books, Ststiouerr, Hlsiik Books, fee, fee, s ilica will be sold wholesale and re tail aa cheap as they can be had West of the Mountains. Give me a call. J.M. LAYTON. March 9-'S9. WILLIAltl W. WILSON MILLS. CADIZ, OHIO; MANUFACTURES and has eonatahtly for asle at my Warehouse, near Ihe Depot, Double Kitre Family a.id Extra SUPKKFlN hi FLOUR from good sound Wheat. My Flour is Warranted Freeh Ground and of the very tx.it quality. Corn meal, Mill Feed and Bran aold at low figures in qusntities to auit purcha sers. 1 Custom Work done with diapstch, snd sstis action wsrrsnted. WILLIAM W. WILSON. Feb. 2."i. '63 AMERICA N 11 OUSE Cadi23, OtLio. WILLIAM COCUKAnr, Prop'r. 'i'HIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, ' FOR merlykept by Maj. Lacy, and more recentlj by Thoe. D. tin Dies, will be found by the trav elling community to posseoe all the advantages of tke beat conducted hotels. The JJouse hs oeeo tnorouguiy ntted and luruislied, in the most approved style, for the accommodation of guests; and it is the determination of the Pro prietor that none who may Uvor bim with their patronage shall have reason to complain, in any particular, or go away dissslislicd. , , -?"BilU moderate. ' 93rlisggage taken to and from the Depot free oi enarge. -October 17.ld60.- Jjhk Gior.os ... ............ Cranic Kenhidy GEORGE & KENNEDY ' HAVE purchased the Tanning eatsbllshmenl ofBamnel George, Sr., and are now man. iifacuring a superior article oj Leather, to which tbey invite the attention of all who want GOOD Leather. t A large stock of Spanish Sole, Morocco, Li ning Skins snd Tanner's Oil always on hands. 9 9 They are paying the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH ibr Hides, rkins and Bark. Doc. 17, 18fc!i-;in . 1 . " whips. A NEW LOT ol all kinds of Whips just re. i. eeived and im isle by , . - - J.H.CKAWFORD, wadesAprill, 1861. Agen OBOCEHILS: GROCEBIES 7IIXIAM wl WILSON'S. Siork Freh and Complete. 1ha band, and am now receiving trooi Um Sovth and Eaat, the largest Block oi "rowiea ever brought to Cadis, o which I wish to call tho attention) of Retail era and olhars wishing la purchase for theii own consumption. 1 an de'etmtned to sell aa low if not lower than either Sieubenvjilt or Wheeliag prices. .My stock eonaiaia ia part of ssrusia N.O. Sagar 100 hhds. Circle A Cnsatud Sebbla. Powdered 10 " A SoltCrushed 10 " B " " 10 " C ' 10 " MoLtssss N. O. Molssse SCO bbls Sysuv Lovesny'a Uoliies) SO ' Coritt 1'rime Kio 1 So bags. " Java SO Sockets Kiel Prime Rice 10 Tierces Fisb-No 3 Mackerel 40 bhla. ' " 0Xbble. Lake Fish all kinde 100 " Scotch Herring SO boiea Son Englirh Soda 10 kegs Boila Saleratua to boxes Sncis Ground Pepper to " t.rain " 10 backa Cloves. Cinnamon, Nutmegs, Feb. . 'H "jingtr, Mustard, ate., axe. NEW STORE NEW GOODS G.S.ilTKLIMft Have oeened out in It. J. Bennett's old store ronrr. mjimaife the mihlin hiiililin ft,. !..... finest, nicest and cheapest aeeorlmenl of DRY GOODS, BONNETS, BIBBONS, &o. DUEEHSVARE &C. J ever exhibited to the people of Csdis and Har rtaoneonnty. Their stock emnrsces everything ia the Pry Goods line, and being bought at PANIC PRICE S. Will he sold in the earns manner. vYe wish to make no boast, but we say without lesr of competition, to all persins wishing to purchase sny kind of Dry Goods, Queensware, Jr.e , that if they will call and examine our stock, we csn sstisly them that wa can aell goods cheaper than any other store in Cadis. The highest market price paid for all kindaol COUNTRY PRODUCE. Now, it you wsnt bargsins, bring slonv yo:ir produce or ch to our store, siid you will re ceive bullet bsrgaius thsn you ever received before at any store in Cadiz. G a. ATKINSON dt CO. May T. 186f. GREAT ASSORTMENT OF QABINJdTT AVORK In Wm. 1. Fry's oil hnp, wef tni f Main Itrtet, Cadii, Ohio. A CARSON, respectfully informs the old friends and costoinnrs of Wm.I Fry. deceased, and thy public generally, that he oc cupies the old shop, where he is belter prepared than ever, to flit sli orders in his line ot busi ness. He has now on hand, snd intends stall times to keep, a general assorttnon I of every thing in his line ol business, both of home and Cincinnati niaks. His present Urge asaortment consists of ( Sofas, Corner-Tables. Uroakfast Tables, Side-Hoards, Bu reaus, Dining-Tablcs. Chairs, These, with every otnsr article in his litt will be kept constantly on hand. orri. CcfTina of vsrious sizes snd finish, with kesrse slwaya in readiness on the shortest AO ties. He hopes thst all w ho are in need of Cabinet Wsie will give him s call, ae he is satisfied he can please them both in price snd quality. Csdix, Ohio, June 11, ltMiiMyr. OS. !TA; S IAS KF.ANS, IS. GEO. (. HESSs Stoubenville Foundry & Ma chine Works. KEANS A IJItOTIIIBS, Manufaeturea of 8TEAHI IS.GI1ES, III ACIIIXCIIY, LL KINDS OF FOUNDRY AND MA rV chine Shop Work, Tltreshing Machines Mill Gearing tor Saw Irons for Bridges, Giist Mills, Coal ear Wheels, Cast Iron Fronts, Truck dt wsgon wk'la ' Window capa, Window Weights, " Door Sills, Boltssnd Nuts cut and " Door Steps, made to order " Coal Vaults, Csst fc Wrought Screws Hhsfting and Pulleys, turn hilled to sixe Turning and Flenigs rjieaiu Boilers made and Iron, repaired, Fancy Grates, Plow Points and wagon Common Grates, boxes, Counting honse.Church Portico, Gsrden and , . and Otlice Stoves. Grsve Yard lencing. Vt Wa have a new and Improved WATER WHEEL, which hss ben awsrded the premi um over ALL COMPETITION. Our facilities lor work are large, and having sn extensive assortment of Patterns, we can promptly till almost any order in our branch of business Address MEANS BROTHERS, Steubenville . Ohio . Jn'r 23, I8G2 A FINE stock o( Fall and Winter Clothing at the old stand of JACOB CRABB, opposite the Conrt Hnnse, Cadiz, where will be lound a general asaortment of all kinds of : Ready-Blade Clothing of the latest style, and will be aold for CASH only. A fine atock of iu's Furnishing: Goods! can always b3 had by calling on J.CKABB, Agent. Cadiz. Ohio, Dec. 17, 1862. JASe STEWART, 1 8 RECEIVING his FALL and WINTER stock of . . DRY GOODS Among which may be found Ladies' Dress Goods, of greet variety, consisting in psrt of plain and fancy silks.Chailies, Beragea, Lawns, Prints, Jaconetts, Organdera, Delaines, chintzs. Bargu Kobei Jaconett Robes, Ate. FALL & WINTER SHAWLS: Including full assortment of Whiter Goods Brilliants, Jackonettes Lswns, Swiss and Mull Marseilles, Thread end Jackonett Edging and Insertinga. A lane assortment of M ens and Boys Wear, LadiesandChiidrene Boota, Shoes and Slippers ol all varieties. ,f. f. .., ,T ueemwaet v -iO ROOK IVIE S, Coffee; Sugar ,Teai Rice, Tobacco, Fisb.Mofa ses.Syrnps, Candles, Sosps, dec. :; 1 4 aivj&s a 1 vv Aftl. w Atvsrv law orieel end Warraiti.4 t Haw vk received at BARMtTTIJ. 6LQTHXN6 Watches j Clocks, ft PS-. Notions Motions i AXD AND FANCY-FANCY GOODS GOODS HAS bow on bands a good assortment ol Goods he above line, which hss bsen bought low, aud consequently, he will sell them at very low price. Hia goods are all nice and freeh, and cannot fail to please buyers, both in quality and prices; he therefore solie ils sn examinaiion of his stock and prices nefere pnreha.iag elsewhere In so doing, he ferlr conhdent that he will nierrit a larue shsre of public pstranage. He keeps no Watches but wha tare selected with arsst care, and con eqnently, all watches sold ars warranted tint. keepers or no sale, fine Gold Hunting tnglis Levers, full jswsled.from J7J toIO Kine Gold Hunting Swiss Leeers, full jeweled, trom 33 to ii hue Oold open laced Levera and Le- pines, from SO to 35 Hesvy hunting silver English Levers, lull jeweled, from 33 to 40 Heavy hunting Silver r.Kglish Levers. seven jewels, from '..47 to 33 Hunting Swiss Lever and Lepines, four jewsls.l.om U to If Silver open laced Levera and Lepines.. to 12 CMi-vintr Fiiii:? ' ltiiKS UrSl i'tn in great variety of stylea and prices. I.atllt-k HoUi Chain aud l.ot-litts Uold V?kl and Fob Cliulu. OoMsntl Silrer Onlrl and Hilver Ooldnnd Silver Gold anil Silver Gold and Silver Gold and Silver Gold and Silver Sprtrtnrlfs. Sprrtn !. S'rl;irl". fclHTlsiclcs. SMflHl-lt. KiTl!irlM, SM'lllClt'. Sliver, Gorman snd plated table and tea Spotms Pockot-books and Portmonies in great variety. Hue pocket-knives, shears and scistors.fine Ks7.ors,eorsl glass on wax spsoq Lois ointher nice things too numerous to mention. Call in friends, everything sold is wsrrsnted ss repre sented OTnivi St., Opposite the Pnblic Buildings. Cadii, Dee. 'it -1HM. Stows ! fttwes ! ! Has the largest and most com plete assortment of Embracing every variety and quality both for Wood an Coil, thst hss ever been brought to Cadis. He also has every- thing belongimr to the business, such ss Eras and Copper Kettles if all sixi's snd quslities, and adnpicd to every purpose lor wlush such kettles csn be used. llUitaiC !iMlllillir, l((ill, Ac, douc on short notice. TIN WARjH cl all kinds always kept sn hona, or msde to order lu short, eveiy thing belonging i the business will be found in hi s store. Repairing all kinds oi Job Work done on the shortest notice ted most rensonsble terms. HE sells ev rytlung in his store at prices ranging from 10 to 93 per cent, cheaper for Cash, thin anch articles have ever before been sold n the plsce. When you need any thing in his line remember the place tMarketst., opposite Brown's Store, snd seven doors south of the corner. JAMES M. PAUL. Cadix, Jan 33, 1861 -ly. FALL AND WINTER T2UD E I7OIFJL l&QO. TREMENDOUS Stork of sJOODS! GREAT Preparations for a Large Trade! C3r O JL. X 13 3NT m i? o Ti.m t ITi, Slain lroe. W!iflliiF, V.i QTONE THOMAS announce tc thei O friends and the public that they, are In re ceipt of their stockof Fall and Winter fioods. embracing Dry Goods in all their vsrieties, Carpeting, Oil Cloth and Carpet chain, Millin ery Goods of every variety Notions, and Vs rieties generally, comprising the largest, and in some respects, the most deeirshle we evoi brought 'to the city . Out customers may rest assured that they will renp all the advantages thst lair dialing, a long experience, close at tention to business, careful buying, nnd buying with Cash, can give them, We buy most of our goods with cssh, diroe'ly from the man ufacturers and Importers, and from close cash Anction hounes, thereby saving a large per centage. We have ample facilities for doing a Urge Jobbing Trade, andnvte the attention of Merchants to our stock before buying, and Tailors to our atock ol Cloths, Cassinieree and V eating.. , " , r Without particularizing, we will say we keep the largest stock in the city of the follow ing a well aa all goods, Dress Silks, of every style and price. MUIinery goods, silks, velvets. ribbons &.e. French Merinoes, of every shade. ' Erench Prints and Goods, " Goods for Friend's wear and traveling. : 6hawie ot every grade and price.' Plaids sl Prima, dr. worsted fabrics tor dresses. - Cloakaand Cloaking, Prims, Ticks, Muslins, Flannel,. Wsnkets, and good's for Men a d Boy's wear generally. No Good House shall sell cheaper. Our atock of FUH8 will be foua to be very desirable. W ask attention 'o our stoak of Carpeting, etc., which is vet v lull and at low prices. ' ' All good (did at small advance on pur chase. - ' ' '' ' '' ;' " ' - Person making purchases in the city will find It to their interest greatly to giv us call be lore buying. . t aroels snt to ny part of the city run." Remember theaignot thefGoldenrci-ilive," near the Suspension Bridge. : . . bTuNE ot THOMAS. ,,Not.7. 18fil-tf . . .... .... .. ; w IN DOW Glass and Potty, a lam and . - free arrival cut each, lor sale at vers 9 t5H R tow gre m tEALLU D11S. WORTH AU;& SHANOIT XPORM the eitiienaof Harrlaon and adjoin, ing eonntiea, thai they expect to be in Ca. at the Nstlnntl Houso n Jsa. 3I a?tin Mar, 17 and again April 11, and alter wards every month regularly as notice will be given from tim to) tim. They hop by an hoqorahl ; course to merit shs-e of public pa tron age. Dysprpsin mid Llrer ni?ne. Do you rise with eosted tongne In the mora ings with bad tsste in the moulh'snd poor ap petite fur breakfaatf Do you ieel when yo jerst get np so weak and languid yon can scarce ly Vet b rati Do von hiv Hivvlneaa In thm hesd t limes and often a dulness, with head ache occasionaibrr. Are your bowela eoetiv and wretulsr and appetite ehangablel Do yon relt op wind Trom the stonurh and do yon bloat up often? Do yon feel full .mm alter eating and goneness when the stomach Iserrrtrtyf Do yon feel low spirited and look on the dark Sloe of things! "Arevn not nmunili ... t timesf Do you not become restless and onrnisy unm mianignt belore you enn go to sleep! and then at times, don't you feel doll and e'eepy most ot the timet Is yourskin dry ana scaiyi aiso iiowi n, ttlorti rour jji, not a burthen, full of foreboding Now, these are the evmptoms generally present, but not alwava all of them, and there are thousand who are suffering daily from them, and w pledge ourselvss, in from three to Ave prescrip tion, to drive 'them all away and completely cure the patient, changing their whole rhysicsl and mental nature, and thna make a bleeaing instesd of a burthen. We ask those who gf tried until tired and discouraged to give us on fsir trial snd we candidly can do juat what is above set forth. Try two orescriptions a.id we can in that time satisfy the most incredulous We csll especisl attention to our almost inval uable t esnnent in the above diseases. "Prove all things." SALT RHEUM AND SCALD HEAD. We claim positively to cure every esse ef these diaesses. This is a positive Isct, and We will pledge ourselves tu give (30 to any case of the kind that we eaniiut cure and w generally cure wilh one prescription. Ijuns XDisoixoo. Incipient Consumption, Bronchitis, Aathms, Throat Disease. Ac, 6c We call especial attentton to persons afllie ted with those diseases to the Isct tat we have an almost, invaluable treatment in those affections which has been Intel v discovered. We have succeeded on this route in restoring canes of this kind in a lew months who have been trrstcd lor years to no effect, and other are now under treatment and are rapidiy bein restored; as in fact to use (their own word, they ssy they feel themselves coming up verye day We do not positively claim that there is no esse so far advanced I' in that we can help and make them more eomtortniilo. prolong lite snd the most ot cshcs can be successfully cured it taken in any kind of time. Kemembor. this is an age ol improvement, and remedies sre being discovered thin disarm disease ol many ef many ol its terrors. We invite those w ho are threatened, or have any form of Lung Dinmse, to give us one trial, when we can prove all w have said in ihe above. EXAM1NA T10N FREE. aprl0,'61. . THOSE LEAF BEE-HIVEsT rt, WILKIN, formerly of Londonderry, now a resident of C A lIZ, OHIO, has on hand irom s.x to sight hundred Mi A F HEE-IIIVES! Hesides s number ol sins' comb Observatory or "Parlor Hives, of nice style, ready for the rnurkeV The demand for such Hives is rapidly in creasing. John 'Lsntz, Wm Csdv. Samuel Lukins. R. K. Ilamrave; in fact almost every one that knows anything about liees or Bee-llives, say these ore Tnc 23ost Tr7 ivo they hnve ever seen; anil why shmlil thev not, since every nectessary operation that lias ever b'en performed with bees in suv h've mav rea d Iv be done with th is, sftd yet it is only a small variation from The Good Old Box ITive. Op o'tr plnu we take riie hnney in the" white virgin comb in a mn-t admirable way. There i-no In iter way' of -cpitl.ning the size to the entrance of the hive. It is the right size snd shnpe for profit. It has a glass side through which to view the operations of ilia bees and sn Excellent 'Mode of Ventilation, or getting rid of the moisture and front in hives, which destroys so mony good colonies in win ter Then hv merely adding frames to the GOOD OLD KOX I1IVR we are ennl.led to lift sny or all the combs from ths hive at any time, la know I heir condition, letirn their habits save trom ihe ninth, (a colony need never bo lost by the worms) ascertain nn I snpply the loss of queens, have the bfet to swarm as much or lillle ss we please, unite weak -mnrnis, feed moat admirably bv lifting combs ol honey snd hee bread from ihe rich and giving to the poor with out tempting ro'ihers. Th se with :FT"r"V' OTIIKH TtTTVOlsi! the intelligent D.'R-koeper would wish to do csn le done in safety; and those who consider handling of heea injurious can let them alo ie in this .is well ns any other plan, and then he has not to expend J 15 for a palace or costly hive to kill bees in. Our plan oi Ilivo has been constructed with reference to the principle that the apiarian wish es to keep his heej right, to do which ne must first learn Ihe nature and habits of bees snd th condition of each ol his stocks at any time, and then have each comb of his hive moveable that he can perlr rm any operation he may wish eoverning them according to his intelligence. Unlexs this bo the correct theory in Bee culture wecsnnot concoive what would The Hee-keeper who tails in this plan mnst do se either through ignorance or bail manage ment mt king due allowance for such seasona ss Inst. ' . ; The Price of Individual Right to mase on! use the Hive is 5,00 One liive, including Glass, honey-boxes, and me tight to make and use IfO Every additional flive 2,i0 To such as wish one Hive with the right to use it only 3,;XV Persons having Hees in any old Hive which for any reason should be removed, cn. by in forming us, have tl e Bees, combs snd honey alt removed from it lo our iNow Hive, and in case of sttong ones make two of one. Nnw is as good a time as any tn trainfor. We are prconrej to lurnish -HE H I'd.dtt persons may bu.enubled lo handle liees witn impunity. Also Quinby's Mysteries of Bee-Keeping, One of the very best books on the iibjnctriis existence, whic every Bee-keeper ihnnld have. ftCrl'nce by mall $1, or bt')sdix90 cents. - Bce3 in a Iilovcable Comb Hive Delivered to the purchaser nnd INSURED all right, with an individual right to make and use the Hive, all for $13. fcjltslinn Queens may be furnished ere long. Coll at the residence of the subscriber, five doors North of the Post office and see il the Hives acin? represented, and if you got stung ve pay the dntnnges - , , ivTCirculors sent Iree nn Application K. WILKIN, Cudiz, O. April 30, 18fi2-3m . . , , , JOHN BE ALL, "--AND BOOK-SELLER Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio." r TAB always on hand the following, at very I I low price! ( I srtaricAcid ,. , Ginger Kool Sc G. F Epso-nbalt ' Clove .- . Cream Tartar Nutmeg Soda Super Carb. 1 Coperaa do Carb. . vvosh lilue Window Gls ' Shoe Blacking ' Thermometer Cooking Extract Sperm nnd Star Candles Cinnamon Extract Logwood Concentrated Ly l.smp Black . -r-- - Ulue ... Indigo , Starch . Also a good supply of Psints, Oils," Brush es, Dyes eke., cVc. - rjchcol Books, Miscol laneoua Works, Bibles and Testament. Ths largest and ciiespest slock of Wall Paper in the country, lniks, Pens, Pencils, Paper, Toy Books aud Notions, a good variety and cheap. Call and examine them. , . Dec. 19, '60. L I VERY ST ABLE!. ROBINSON & EYIfflll.f c i I "' '& 1 .'. .': ... .t Horses.Baggic. Sciglist AC, AC, ' For Hire at the .Lowest Hates. MrTh BAYS rtIlla.JCI"": . tr.tt Jaa. 19, 1861-lr