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Itnili'And Time TnHv ' Trin on the Cadiz Branch are now run ning as follow! Le Cadi . 41.. 9:15. M. 115 F. M. Th train leading Cadu at 4:15 A. it., con. neW with the train (romp West on the main roar'; the train Ieaviniat 0:15 A. M. connects with the train going; East, and the train leav in" at 3:15 r. M. connects wiflfbotb Eastern and Western train. NEW ADVERTISING RATES. The following price of advertising have been agreed upon by the publisher of paper in Cadis, lo take edict from and after January 1, 18C3: , . . f)ne aquare (ten line) or less, three or lew insertions $1,50 de each suheeqeent insertion.. SO do three months 30 f do f six. months...,., s . "do- s twelve7 month B,00 Two squares, three months 5,00 da six monihi 8,00 do twel'e months.... : 12,00 Three squares, three months?....,. 8.00 do six montns it,w . .. do - twelve months 15,00 Trcftssi enal cards, one year Legal advertisements, one or three in- . stations, per square of ten lines Each subsequent insertion, per square,.. Divorce notices, not exceeding -20 lines.. Karh additional ten lines...... Attachment notices..., Administrator's or Executor's notices.... Announcement of marriaees and deaths 5 CO J, 50 50 r..oo 2,00 a, oo 2,t'0 I roe Obituary, charitable and religious notices per line 5 Tabular edvcrtise.ncnts will be charged at double price, limine es notices in local column, ten linea or lea 1,00 : Cr All egsl advertisements, divorce, at tnctiment.administrstor's, executor's, obituary , charitable, religious and business notices, to be paid for iu all cases, lq advance. ... :- H. UATTON, Editor Republican. , CM. ALLfcN, Editor Sentinel. , jVc' .Siibcrilxrrs. Our list is steadily increasing, for tvhicli we return our thanks to numer ous friends in all parts of the county. Iloll in the names. Get every Demos crat in the county to take his county paper. Next Monday week, the day ot our lii' Al:iss .Aleetini, will be fin excellent time to set them to come in- . 1 , , , ,n . b : in, and prepare to come and heir our own to the office, mid subscribe for the i )lllent stamiBrd.bearer for Lieutennnt Gov SiT.tincl. It will also be a good time iCrnor, who will posiively be present to ad- to renew subscriptions. , C(i!l in. one and all, let us be kopt perfuctly busy receiving money nnd now subscribers. iinsx i: i: : r i v i: fikg: T!h W itson & Kilo ITlilN In Ktiiii Olltrr l'i ft ly Oestroycd Lakm I'm! i ih ; tcl al o-r $20,000. One of the most destructive confla- ! grations that ever visited Harrison I count v. occurred on last Tuesday Autr. . ' ' o 11. About two o clock, 1 . Al., a lire j was diS20Vcrcl on the roof of thc J "rr1,lefI,0fi to be present and hear the great hit-go steam mill, near Cadiz, belong- ' national-questions of the day,, in this ter injj to Messrs. Wilson & Rife. The i rible oiift of our country's history, disenss fire was first discovered on thn C'tvo of ed bv that able, fearless and eloquent patriot thc southwest corner of the mill, the ; wind carrying the flames thr-.v.tgli tho building length ways. K.Tort3 wore inide to extinguish it, but all proved I ineffectual the flames spra id with fearful rapidity, and Jn less than an ' , . . . I hour the magnificent-structure was a . . ii,-, m iss of ruins. A frame budding be- j longing to Mr. M. G. Slcmmons, a j short distance north of tho mill, soon : ignited, and it, with a sm-ill building on the hill side, above tho mill, wero soon reduced to ashes. The wind was blowing stiffly during the time of the fire, accelerating its progress, and ma king the sparks fly a great distance. Stumps and fences were fired at a dis tance of over 300 yards from thc mill. The fenco along thc Steuben ville road, fl,nd the dry grass and combustibles jn the contiguous fields were burned, and the fields present a blackened and ch irred aspect which imirks thc path of the fire-fiend. Great effort was uridc to arrest the progress of the fire in the fields, with tolerable success, until evening, when a refreshing show; cr of raiu subdued it. ' , There was not much grain or flour in the mill at tho time. - Tho owners lhad on hand some 1000 or 1500 bush els of wheat, and some 30 or 40 bar rels of flour. The value of the mill and fixtures is estimated at 20,000, -covered byan insurance of about 10,000. e Mr. Rife was living in the building north of the mill, which was burned. He saved most of his household goods. Mr. AVm. Tipton, who occupicl tho house enst of the mill, lost almost all bie household goods. There was no insurance on either of these dwellings. Mr. Tiptou worked hard to save his -valuable tool chest. After tugging it about fifty yards, he deposited it in what ho supposed to bo a s tfo place, but thc devouring flirao swooped over jt with a gust of wind, andf the char red embers was all that remained. Tho weather, was intensely warm, which, with tho heat from the burning buildings, male the atansphere terri bly, hot tha heat from the buildings being felt '. a great distance. The smoke from thc burning buildings, the fields and the fences, rolled up in great clouds, appearing as if soms valcano had suddenly opened to cover the land with ruin. IIa4 the wintl been blowing towards Cadiz it would have required hard la bor to have saved tho town, as sparks from tho burning mass kindled fires at distances of over a mile. Tho loss of this mill will be felt by tho people of almost tho entire county. The mill was1 a ' good one, and was capable of turning out two hundred barrels of flour per day, We do not know whether Messrs. Wilson k llife ;inte nd to rebuild or not. i v -A. 3T DEMOCRATIC ilVJV AT August 31st, 1863. The Democratic Central Committee of Flarrison County take great pleasure in an . r . 1. T i nouncing to the people of Harrison and nil- ' joining counties, that the Democratic State Central Committee ot Ohio tiavo appointed MONDAY, August SI, 1S63, as .lie day for the Union loving and Constitution abiding people of Harrison and adjoining Counties to assemble in MASS CONVENTION in CADIZ. The meeting will bo addressed by HON. GEO. E. PUGH, Ohio's eloquent son, and Democratic candi date for Lieutenant Governor. HON. A. G. TMJMVN, of Columbus, one of the ablest and best men in the State, and our own popular and tal ented Congressman, M. J, W. WHITF Come from your farms and your work shops; leave your plows and your anvils, and Uy aide for one day all other business, and lot us meet and counsel together for the good of our once glorious but now distracted country. Let tho Democrats in every town- dress the conversion. Every Democrat, and all other conscrva- live men who have really tho good of the country at heart, and who feel an earnest desire lor the preservation of our liberties untarnished, and who are in favor ol restor ing the Union on the basis ol the Constitu ticn as cur fathers made it, with tho rights nf all the States unimDared, and who wish the government administered according to the constitution and laws, and are in favor of r,ee 8Peecn Bn'1 a ,reo Pre,B' ftml oppo'eu ! to (be arrest and punishment of citizens fitlinnt flun rirncns of law. are earnestly I and Statesmnn, Hon. Geo. K. I'itoii a man who the Democracy of Ohio at atl times are proud to honor. The Hon. 0. L. Yaf.laxtiigham, the an- nounceinetit of whoe name alone thrills the heart of every Democrat in the Union, our candidate for Governor, tho great champion of free sneeeh and human liberty, who is ., , i.- a, , u now an exi, from n,s naUve 8,ate through ,he tyranny and oppression of the present administration, lor simply exorcising the privileges guaranteed to every Ameiican cit izen by tho Constitution of the United States, is expected to ba present, should Tresident Lincoln do him juatii-e. Let us have on grand rally worthy of our noble cause and our patriotic and eloquent candidates. Let us have a demonstration that will teach every enemy of the Union and the Democracy, tht wo are bound to maintain the Union at'd the Constitution as we inherited it from our ancestors. Come out, every man, woman and child, from all the townships. Come with flgs and ban ners, with music and shouts of joy for the supremacy of our constitutional rights, for the triumph of the Union cause, and for a speedy pro-pect of a glorious peace, and res toration of our once happy Union. We invite all of our adjoining counties to meet with us. ' By Order of the Dtmrcralic Central Committee of Harrison Cou-tty. ggf Everybody should remember that the next Harrison County Fair is to be lie-Id in Cadiz, on Wednesday, Thursday and Fridny, September SO, and October 1 and 2,1803. Our Fairs heretofore have always proven a suc cors; and we believe that the Fair of 1 863 will be equal to its predecessors, if thc people of the county ill only go to work and make the necessary preparations. Those interested should see to it that the Harrison County Fair is a complete success. jggp The Republicans of this coun ty are to hold a Mass Meeting in Cad iz on Friday, September 4, 1863. Col. Charles Anderson, Hon. G. Vol ney Dorsey, Col. J. B. Clark and Col. C. L. Poormnn, arc to be tho speak ers. JS" Assistant Superintendent Layng informs us that it will be impossible to run a special train to Cadiz on the day of our Mass Meeting; but that their road will furnish-cvery accommodation possible on the regular trains. gTho Democratic Mass Meetings in all parts of the State have never heretofore been equalled. There are not less than from 10,000 to 40,000 people present at each otic ot them.- Let the Harrison County Democratic Mass Meeting on the 31st of August, be as large as tho largest of them. , Money from lite 9Stli Ohio. The Harrison Branch Bank has re ceived $713 from Capt. Norris' com pany C, and $423 from Capt. Lacey's company IV to be distributed to the friends of the members of those com panies at that institution. HISS UfiBTIIG Tba Democrat.? Mais Meet log la :ntli on the Slat r AP..t. S,turi!ay for con,pany oCccrs 0f CAL MACiHKE.-lhe UashinRton cor- fqpRfllCn M IMP' The Democratic Central Committee T lln'i,f tJ.' r,n P respondent of the New W Couimer. Hill ilUVa.U S U'fll ' fTT . I, Independent Aolunleer Company of, . f . it i'i(tenteieiober7iiso3. of Ilamson County, urgently request h fol,owi persons CVhe Government ha, decided not I" 'Ve ,hi' ",,hji f t V Tv ,...,,.. r : i " . ' iue uunrunieiii, ua uti.iui.unuv lrojuclna di!k 1c notice, da of Uie lu cuuw-ijr v c.u, .wuo,F j .C . tBs p Haver- tr. rPtnin i.nv offlnor in the arm vho8en.t the county to meet at their usual place of nolding elections on TIIURSDAY, naverficlJ. Second Lieutenant, George AUGUST 27, 18C3, at 3 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of making full j m and complete arrangements for getting '. . r Hiunut rifM omra. out full delegations from each town- Next Saturday is thd day fixed up. ship to the Democratic Mass Meeting' on hy t,ie Sheriff of this county for to be held in Cadiz oa Monday, Au- tlie c,cction of field officers of the Ilar gnst 31, 18G3. Each township will nRon Coun?y M,llt,a- appoint a Marshal, and make such other arrangements as they may deem necessary for securing a full atten dance to the Mass Meeting. Let our Mass Meeting be a grand : and glorious outpouring of the People, to unite their Solemn Protest ajjamst1 thc usurr,ation9 and cruelties of Aboli tionism, and to shout for the restora tion of thc Government our fathers gave us. Come one, come all, and come early. Come in wagons, come in carriages, come in buggies, come on horseback, and come on foot. Come with banners, come with flags, come with music, and come in proces sions, nnd hear some of the best States men and Jurists of Ohio speak on thc true issues of the present campaign. . Come old nnd young, male and fe male, and "stand not on the order of your coming," bnt come one and all, nnd devote one more day for the good of your country "in the name of the better dnys of the republic.' i The women can prepare nice cold cheeks for dinner, arid horse feed can come in the wairons. 'I lif lirnlt. It is thought by well informed per sons that the draft will come off soon in Ohio. Large numbers of commis sioned and non-commissioned officers have arrived in this State for the pur- pose of taking charge ot the conscrip ted men. In our county we notice Major Cunningham, of the 30th Ohio, Lieut. Mcreck, of the 126th Ohio, and Sergeant Cochran, of the GOth Ohio. We would advise all who are subject to the draft to prepare for it. Whilo speaking of the draft, we must relate an incident that happened in this township a few days since: Our informer met one of these ''vigorous prosecution of thc war" lust dollar and last man" men, and asked him if he "was ready for the draft," to which he eloquently responded substantially as follows: "Ready ! If my distracted coun try needs me if she requires the sac rifice of my life if the tottering edi ifiee of our glorious Union needs to be cemented with my heart's blood if it is necessrry for her preservation that she strides onward to victory over iny dead body, then, sir, thc victim is ready ! With a heart prepared for any fate, and with a firm trust on Di vine Providence, I shall, with a lively feeling of doing my duty, march bold ly on to Dick Ilatton's Deputy Col lector's office, and pay my three hun dred dollars!" It is hardly necessary to add, as it would naturally be supposed, that this patriotic man was at the meeting of the Union League in Cadiz on last Saturday night, singing "Rally round the flag, boys," but not "Let US rally round the flag, boys ." jgiSJThc Republicans of Belmont County have announced meetings in all parts of that county. Every Abo tion Justice of the Peace or any other Republican blatherskite of a fellow wh ohas brass enough to think ho can make a speech, are announced as spea kers. Why their candidate for State Senator is left out of the list of orators is something strange. What's the rca son? Col. Poormnn, tho man who was "going to continue in the set vice until, the rebellion was put down," is thc leading orator. Another Fire. We learn that thc house of Mr. George W. Spikcr, of Stock township, this county, with nearly all of its contents, was destroy cd by fire on last Saturday night. There was also about 500 worth of wool, belonging to his father, de stroyed. The wool was inthegarrett. Tho fire is supposed to have been caught from lighting a candle. fiLieutenant Daniel Reed, of the 126th Ohio, died at tho General Hospital in Annapolis, Maryland, on the 30th of July. Lieutenant R. was from Tuscarawas county. XKS.Tho New York Daily News, of the 12th inst., says that Hon. C. L. Vallandigham leaves NiagaraFalls for Quebec immediately. After remain ing there a few days he will proceed to Windsor, Canada, opposite to De troit, Michigan. There will bo a large Democrat" ic meeting at Carrollton, Ohio, on next Saturday, August 22. The following able and distinguished speakers are to address tho people. Georgo II. Pen dleton, T. W. Bartley, W. II. Safford, Wm. Johnston, and G. W. Andrews. BSi-Don't forget the meeting at Ilopedale on next Saturday. Turn out, one and all. J- 3 At the election held on r- . T.;.nt.n.nt r.r T. I C liavo noi ueam vi tny mnui- datcs as yet, except for the second re giment, which holds their election at New Market. We have been reques ted to announce the name of Lieut. McCullough, as a candidate for Col onel of that regiment, and Lieut. P. II. Sudduth, as it candidate for Major of the same rcsiment fc70ur neighbor of tho Jtcpubli can is anxious for the draft to come off soon. He has two reasons for this: The more men thflre are drafted, the more $800 exemptions will be pa to him as Drr-nty Collector,' which will increase his salnrv. He is too old to be drafted, and his eldest son (thc same youth that he has to father his I filth,) is too young. The draft will not disturb the Republican office. You are safe in urging on the draft, Mr. Hatton. Everybody wajits a .flag for our great Mass jieetinr. llanna lias a large supply of all sizes and priees. Sce advertisement. ?.vjA card from tho proprietors of the Clifton House, effectually puts the lie to such silly stuff as the following, which appeared in last week's Repub lican: Ti-rxf.p out of Doors. The Buf falo Commercial Advertiser says: "We learn that the proprietors of the Clifton House, Canada, recently gave Mr. Vallandigham no'ice to quit cir cumstances having rendered the space occupied by this notorious individual preferable to his company." Read the card in to-day's paper. S:ul Accident. A sad accident occurred at New Market, in this county, on last Thurs day. As the through freight train was passing on to thesido track, Hom er Grace, son of Treasurer F. Cr.-ice, n mdeavering to reach the top of one of the cars, was precipitated to the ground, and his left hand lighting on the track, was run over by one of the wheels ami Utterly crushed to atoms. The hand was soon after carefully amputated above the wrist, by that excellent and skillful Surgeon, Dr. Wm Beadle, assisted by Dr. Custer. At the latest account ho was doinjj well. B-Now tint the Cadiz Steam Mills have been burnt down, the best and most convenient place to get your wheat, corn, &c., ground, is at Hunts man's steam mill, near the County In firmary. See advertisement. N cut! I CM. If you want a superior article of Needles, go to N. A. Hinna's, and get some of "Blood's celebrated Amer ican Needles." Sec advertisement. A Ilitsli-liiiiirtcil Outrage. A few days ago, J Ilerron Foster, a Provost Marshal in Pittsburgh, or dered the flogging, with a cowhide, of a man charged with desertion. Such punishment is unknown ' to tho law, and Foster, in exereiseing it, violated the very statute under which he pre sumes to act, as well as every sense and feeling of humanity, lie also placed the government in a false and dangerous position in its relation to the conscript, giving it tho low posi tion and authority of a despot and plantation overseer. Salem Repub lican. KST'Tlic Republican ought to have told its readers, that this Captain J. Ilerron Foster, is the owner nnd editor of the Pittsburgh Dispatch, the oldest abolition journal in the country. Abolitionists make No. 1 tyrants, as the people have found out to their sorrow during the past thirty months. A "plantation overseer" cannot "hold a candle to them" in tyranny. Going East. All indebted by note or book ac count oro expected to call this week and pay. To those that bought goods to be paid for in Wool season, I wish to remind them the time is past I mean one and all. I will also sell goods for the next ten days at Cost, notwithstanding the great 'advance East. ;This is positively the last call, John Coleman. (7"We saw a man yesterday who was returning to Washington conn y Pa. who had claimed and received his exemption papeis on tho plea of being an habitual drunkard. He said he produced xufficient evidence to satisfy the examining board that there was no doubt about the matter, and declared be could f?et two hundred men in his township who will swear to it Wheeling Registtr. The Second Draft Coming. Wo learn from Washington that the draft on the second class (between thirtv-five and forty-five) will bo or dered as soon as the first is completed. UyIf it is a good reason to vote for a man (John Brough) that ho was once a Domocrat, it is surely a strong er reason to vote for a man (C L. Vallandigham) that ho is still a Dem ocrat. ' ,' : la-stf Tcrxixq tiie Army into a Toliti- JL-C II Tcrxixq tiie Army into a ToLm- views on the war policy are not in con sonance with its own. It is to be re- .I,.. ar.a D,;i1 frtl.n'entirelv novel principle. srH imwmi advsn reported for dismissal for the use of what is termed disloyal or treasonable language." This week Surgeon J. R. Brown (no regiment named) has been dismissed with loss of all pay and allowances, for disloyalty. First Lieutenant Jas. S. Barr,15-'1 New York Volunteers, is also dismissed from tho service for failing to make a satisfactory defense before the Commission for treasonable language. The Fessenden Family. In reference to Sam Fcsenden who is a candidate for the clerkship of the next House the New York Ilera-ld re mark: "Those familiar with Maine politics allege that the family in all its degrees of relationship, whether by blood or marriage, are provided with offices tins der Uncle Sam. No such example hits ever before existed in Our history." Abolition Preacher (To his Democratic Church member.) Broth er II. I do believe if an angel from Heaven were to come down and run against Vallandigham jou would vote for Vallandigham. H. Mo3t certainly I would for I should know In! was a fallen angel, and on his way to perdition. jSSafCol, Gibson, late State Treas urer and magnificently in default, was one of the petted speakers at an Abo lition mass meeting at Tiffin, on the (th inst. w..., v..nvo ... v..k. v. IP I El ID : Mauy E , eldest daughter of Thompson and Elizabeth McFidden, ol ihis township, was buried on last Wednesday. Hhe was in her eighth year. Turner, only child of John nnd Pri-cilla George, of Cadiz, died on last Tuesday. 'ancT, youngest chi'd ol Thomas and Kl zibeth Hitchey, of Cadiz, was buried on 1 ast Tuesday. On the 19;h tilt , Jessie May, daughter of J. and S. J. Moora, aged two years, six months and eicht days. On July 30th, Wilder, infant son I Morgan and Mary A. Morris, agod 14 months and 3 davs. On July 3lst, Richard Lyons, infant son of Mathew OK and Mary J. Sletnmons, aged 11 months and i days. On the 11th inst , ol Flux. Clara, daugh ter of Jnsiuh M, and Amanda Eatep,- aged 14 months. JuHS MiTCtiEMi. son of Daniel Mitchell, of this vicmiiy, died ol Consumption on the 10; h inst, Mr. M. was a member ol dpt. MrCready's company, and was dis charged, recently, on account of physical disability He d 'ed at home. new 4iv i:itTisi:,tt I'vrs. XX O FOR -OPHJiS GREAT MASS HEETINGS I J JANNA has an endless variety of 1 Of all sizes. Persona sttendine the GREAT MASS MEKTINGS at Cadiz, o i tho 31st nf August and 4lh of .September should supuly themselves with Flags Put Flags on your hor;es. iu the hands ot your boys and girls .-r Decoraie your House with the Glorious SKKIPKSand STARS. Cadiz, Aug. l!)-2t CADIZ TOWjYSHIP STEAM FLOURING MILL, J A 1W ES II UN TSM AN,.I'roirie JOf . THIS Mill is in excellent condition, having been thoroughly repaired, and out in the best ol order Custom Work done with dis patch, and natiafaclion warranted. The null is sit.. ated on the "linUom Road" learfinij to New Pniladelphii, three miles west ot Cadiz. Cadiz, August 19, 1353-ly. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO OWING to the very ceat difficulty of oh. taming a good NEKDLE, 1 have taken an agency for the sale of BLOODS' CELEBRATED AMERICAN NEEDLES. These Needlca are made of SPRING STEEL and sre the very best n use. Being extra drilled, oval eyed, they will not cut the thread , and tapered from the middle down to the point they run Ireely through the cloth, and they sell at the SAME PRICE OF POOl COMMON" PEEBLES BE SURE YOU GET H T O OD tt OUNTJtNE EUHNISHED-EYED NEEDLES. N. A, HANNA.. Cadiz, August 19, 1863-tf Legal Notice. ' VVTESLEY WOK LEY, ol Mercer county, in fV the State ot Illinois will take notice 'hat Robert Webb, of tiie caj'ity of Harrison, in the State of Ohio, did, on ilia 5tn day of Au- ;ust, A U. 1861, tile his petition in the Uourt of Jommon Pleoa within ami lor the county ol Harrison, in the State of Ohio, aeainst the said Wesley Worley, defendant, setting forth that the said Wesley Worley gave a promissory note le the said Robert Webb calling lor the payment ot 9'jO ; and also a book .account due irum said Wesley Worley to said obert Webli amounting to Sf6,50 and praying that said Wsslev Worlsv may pay 322,77 the sum now claimed to be due with interest; and the said Wesley Worley is hereby notthed that he is re- nuired te appear and answer said petition on or before the third Saturday alter the 7th day ol October next. Dated the 14th day ol August, A. D . 18fi3 . KOBtSRT WEBB. By Fmt.ir Dntunug, his Attorney, August 1!, 1863-61 i Valuablo Pumps now in use. This pump Is constructed on an '-juefoUI,ainaoiber. The whole is iiKhi a. id durable and nil in the le,t liable to ret out of repair. 1 lie body of the Pump beiog wholly iininervl ii. water, WlLt. NOT F i K V.'l V. I.N TH K C H.D "OS f VT B A I" ii E i . By a peculiar nnilfnovtl 4rranyenir.t of a pair of DISC V ALVfc.5, a large and cjnu i uom jet of water is produced without the ai t ol an air chamber, uually the most enponsiire part of a pump.) Tin pump u entirely dilfcrent from any b.ilura sold in ihia cot my. Having purchased the Kiht of fur eountiea, yiz: liarrisun. tielin'iiit. M j:iriM and Brown, 1 am prepared to put in puinpa whenever called on wiiiiui my territory, cheaper tliau any other pump ean he put in. 1 nuect to travel over the eonntiea that 1 have bui'ght for thn piirfnae ol pulling in pump and aeliuig lownelup Kiglua. Any p irsun wauiim; a pump ei have one put in by leaviuj bia rJ ,'r at the UaJu House. Addreea MORGAN MORRtSS. Cadii, tiarrwu County, O. Aug. Ii. 1SS3. FIRST. ARM VAL OF SPRING GOODS 11. XARIVF.D in ilie Eastern cities just as CiOLD tdok the last great tumble, and aa gold goes up and down, so follows Hie price ol gnoils. Now I am perfectly willing to share my enorl luck ftith my customers so cal l and see the Idi-geei stock of DRY UOODd ever be fore opened in this market. But don't foraet to bring along your money, as you will find it impossible lo got any without punhaiiiii;. Ladles, 1 have taken great enre in the sclec . .n ot the very newest novelties in your line, ond without giving you a lom; liet ol articles, styles, 4, c, will just say the stock is tho best 1 have EVER OFFEREI3! Po, knowing the stnekn I have formerly had on hands, they must be tine. An early call ts requested. Men's and Boy's Wea from the finest to the coarsest. And if you don't sue what vou want ask, and it will be lorlhcoming. Goods sold 1 am forced lo seme extent lo chang my mode of business; as 1 have to pay CASH for goods 1 .il list have the same. JOHN COLEMAN. Cadiz, Feb. 11, 1S63. JOHN BE ALL, 3 AND BOOK-SELLER Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio, r T AS always on hand the following, at very 1 I low prices: l artaricAcid Ginger Hoot & G. Epso-n baits Cloves Cream Tartar Nutmogg Soda Super Carb, Cnperas do Carb, Wash Blue Window Glass Shoe Blacking Thermometers Cooking Extracts Sperm and Star Candles Cinnamon F.xtract Logwood Concentrated Lye Lamp Black Glue Indigo Starch Also a good rttpply of Paints, Oils, Brush ea, Dyes i-c, ic. School Books, Misc-el-laneous Works, Bibles and Testaments. The largest and cheapest stock of Wall Paper in the country. Intks, Pens, Pencils, raper, Toy Books and Motions, a good variety and cheap Call ana examine them. Dec. 19, '60. Saddle and Harness Making J. R. CRAWfORD, T"I AV1NO removed his Saddler shoD to the JLL brick building, on the corner, opposite ueuii urug o-ore, Keep conitaniiy on band an assortment ol SADDLES, BRIDLES, JAPANNED ATD SILVER PLATED CARRIAGE AND LEATHER WHIPS, COLLAIIS, TRUNK1?, 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 ship. Please call before purchasing elsewhere, as all work is warranted to be as represented, and as cheap as at any other place, J. R. CRAWFORD, Agent. Cadiz. Apt. I5-6m. Administrator's Notice. NO TICE is hereby g'ven that tho undersign ed has been appointed and duly qualified Adminh-trator of the Estate of Henry Septer. lato of Harrison county, Ohio, deceased , All persons interested will take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. MILTON HARVEY, Administrator. August 12, 1863 it- pd. Sox, DiiajTLS' CLAIM AGENCY. HpilE undersigned still continue to .prosecute 1 Claims for Bounty, Arrears of Pay, Pen sions and. other dus before thn prdpor Depart ment in Washington City. . Having been engaged in this business for the last eighteen months, and having procured Pensions, Bounty hnd Back Pay lor a laree number of claimants In this and adjoininn counties, wo are now prepared to ffive special attention to the prosecution ol claims against the Government. We refer to claimants in the counties of Jef ferson, llurrison, Belmont, Carroll and- Colum biana, for whom collections have been made. Proper Blanks furnished on application . Terms reasonable, and no charge made unless sucessiui. Call on or address HALL & LOWE, Claim Agents, Sieubenville, Ohio. fKJ-Offlce in the Public buildings in room lor merly occupied by County Treasurer. Feb25-6J-6m Valuable Farm and Milla for . Sale. THE subscriber wishes to sell hi Farm and Grist and Stw Mills siruntod on Big Stillwater, near Ireeport, Harrison county -Said Farm contains one hundred and seven teen acres of good lana, on which there is two dwelling houses, an excellent young or chard in bearing order, coal bank, and an abun dance of never tailing "wrings . A large amount of the land I) excellent bottom land. The farm is all under a good state ol cultiva tion The Grist Mill is a large steam and watei Mill, which will enable the owner to grind at all seasons ot the year. Thero is an excellent coal hank at the mill door I'm mill has three run ot burrs. Everything about the mill is in complete order, and can run at all seasons of the year The subscriber will sell the above valuable property on reasonable terms. Persons wish, ing further information can eill on the aubscri ber on the premises, or C N. Allen, editor of the Sentinol. Cadiz, Ohio. ANDREW STEWART. Freeport, April 1, 1863-tf , MACKEREL 3S0packge assorted num. bers, barrels, halves, quarters and Rits, just reosived and for aale at the LOWEST rates, by . GEORGE BRO, .April 23, '63 :,., -. ,, -A ; ,,.., FINE EXTRACTS, . s ;l. , ' , - FINE SOAPS, FINK- POWDER, Pif Ladies' use, hist received at Jjly - v ---ha It RETT. WM in tn i 1 1 in lUill wm nmrn ELECT x a-jsr IF 5 A ; FIELD OFFICERS t TI1F. INROLI.FI) M 1 LIT! A npn A Rri on eoanty ta been organised aa l.ti town The IJrI Rrjrlmfnt ine,a,es!eM enropMii-t1 1st t-l and 3riJ romnapy Districts in Cadis Tonhip. h M and 2nd empsny diTirt in Athen toBhin, the lai and rf eompanv district, in hnrferH township, and the 1st company district in Greene town-hip J ., Th ernd Rfcimpiit . ' Inelrdee nine co-n"'nt tht l miam dip trie! in Grwene lownshin. and in tnwn shin, Rtimley, North, Monroe. Stock, Arsoei, and the 1st and 2d company districts in Frank, l.n towmhip The Third BnHuiinri ' J ' inr-lMrs live companies 'n ihe town-h'n nf Washington, N it''ii?!noi proi irt. ail tYi Ui, and 2d company disiricts la Moorefild twn: shid. The ssirl R"imnt n- Batta!lim will hol-J their elertien fir Field Officers on ii . - Snturrtny, Hie ! dny of A tiiruM litt. cViwo.n the Hours of 1 and 5 e'jIoeit.'P M.; of said dav. . ' The I at Regiment in tV town of Tn-4!: The 2d Reg irrem in the town of New .Mnrke'; The 31 Battalion, in ,th place known and designated ss "the Elbow " ' And each Regiment w'H !ei"i a f,oloel, Li uienint Colonel and Mainr," the .Pattalion willelecta Lieut . fol. and Major. These elec tions; will he conduced in the manner pointed out ir section R, 7 aud S of the mi'ltia Isl and the Poll Hooks snH Tally Sheets wilt ho sealed up and piomptiy forwrd-1 to thlsorTiep. . S fl . MMi KE, Sheriff. SheriiTsdff.ee, August 13. 18.13. jastewart; IS RECEIVING his FALL and WINTER 1 atockof , DRY GOODS Among which may be found Ladle' Drrrt Goods, of a great variety, consisting ill pin 6f plain and lancy ail ks.Challies, Berkges, Lawns) Prints, Jaconetts, Organders, Delsines, chintz. Bargu Robei Jaqonett Kobee, &c . T ALL & WINTER - SHAWLS: ' Irtclttdlng a full assortment of Whiter Goods Brilliants, Jackohettea Lawns, Swiss and Mu ll Ma.-snillca, Thread and Jaekonett Edging anri lnsertings. A large assortment of Mens and Boys Wear, Ladies and Children Boots, Shoe and Slippers of all varieties. . . G llOCE RIES, Coffee, Siigar,Tea, Rice, Tobacco. Fisb.Mdlas se Syrups, Candles, Soaps, fee. JAMES STEW ARTi ,. Oct. 9,1861. : - Cheap Durable and Nrv t. 7 T.PHILLIPS & SON HAHlTACTrRtskg AS6 rtAtEasti BOOTS &SHOES! Opposite the Public Buildings, Cadiz, O. MAKE and keep on hand the finest quality of Ladies wear, also fine Boots and Shoes, sewed or pegged, equal in style to the best city make. Our :pri!ig steck of first class Eastern Work consists of nice lotol La dies' and Misses Heeled Slippers, Kid Heeled Boots, Heeled Gaiters, and almost every style of Shoe for Men, Women, Boys and Children Ladies Rio ahd Gailers of the finest material. Work made to oriiof and warranted not to rip. We fit up nd keep the last fdr eaca regular customer, always insuring a perlect lit; . ,.,. Wheeling Money taken at par. . ... T. PHILLIPS & SON. May 8, 18C1. ABEL CARSON", M ANUFACl'URER AND DEALER IN all kinds of Cabinet Ware, Chairs, $c., At the old shop of Wm. I. Fry. Cadiz, Ohio. He arrant all of his work to be of the beat quality, and will be sold at the lowest rates. Particular attention paid to manufacturing COFFINS. He keeps a neat HEARSE. , Cadiz, July 15, 1863. , . ' " ' Almiiiistrntr& Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that tlie nnrte'r sisned has been duly appointed ami ijnal-. Hed ss Administrator of the estate of Robert A. Clark, late ol Harrison coiinty.Ohio, deceaa eid. Those Interested will take futice accor; pingly. ALEXANDER MOORE, Administrator : Aug. 12, 1 f?63-3i. ' GROCERIES! THE subscribers take pleasure in calling the attention of the pub'ic lo their large sn-f woll selected stock ot groceries, jnst receive,1 (or the Spring and Summer trad?. Our sto., embraces everything in the grocery line and will be sold for CASH OR PRODUCE as low as the same qualify of goods can bo bjught for in Pittsburg or Wheeling. : The Highest Market Price will be paid for all kinds nf - COUNTRY ,-M0mjCB. firing on your produce and we will sell yon any quantity of goods you may ant as tbw a "any other man " , , GEORGE & BROTHER. P. S. We are compelled to reduce our busU ness to the CASH system, as groceries can be bought for CASH ONLY in the East; we there; lore respcclfnlly ask all indebted to us lopsy up assoo.l as they can touvuiiieiiUy do n , , . , U.A. B. CaJiz, April 1, ISRX. . First Class Carriages Buggies GEO. A. WEIGHT, t;J ,, WOULD Inform thn nenold of ttarr'sonim adj lining counties, th at h heoo hands and is finishing up a suoerior lot of CAIiRlA. GRS, BUGGIES and WAGONS, which for durability cannot be surpassed anywhere 'Rt: pairing done on i hort notice Alsd Fine Harness ! '!,:: ii to sell tostllt Carriages. Persons wishing any of the above articles 'vill de well to give tiiiu A call before purchasing olsewhere, as he inHn Is to sell losuit Ihe times. All wdrk. wirrnnied New Market; May 27, 63.' -. l is 100 URLS. L A.1 lor nn 1a rtv ' K E B, a L ,T , H. S McFADDEN & (ft. THfl FRUIT JARS for sale hy v iri ',"" US McFADDEV ,t CO, iooo sv II. S. MeFADDTOV rVCW F RRSH TEAH, COFFEE 4.EXTKACT, lor saie uy k,. f f . . .'. II. S. McFADDEN & CO. G EN ERA L"A SHOR f M ENTT Fancy Goods and Notions just receivad i- i . BARRBTT$.'.. LIVINGSTON 'S BT 1CK EY fc (i A R fiE SEEDS .We are tho gents Tot tho sale ofthe abjve reed,' the beet ts the fliarkt"l r- - GWtKiK ft BRti. tri BDLS and half nblaHVfHI'B FTaWl JvF LakeHERRlNU A No.l article at the vomer grocery. .. . -. . - - 1. . 1 ., 'mi . SJIUJiX A FIK8T ATKLJT OF.'tKUNK8aUSi; received ana tor sale cheap b - J4t M J. R.CRAV March 13 Market ttreel, Caf FLOUR' The Best Kx'ra Famttyoii i. '-ways on hand. - i t i t-$int ; Wilson ft Kile' ..da . ,, -,. , , ,.-,,.,;, Flour and alt heavy packages ,or GrOuii j!s deliyeredw tuwn free of eliargf"b1 cn -I,. I, i -. I, ..I .., i ), i1(Ui WJGAR CUrsd flamav.l. w. UUUV hfaiad.'.'.Uiuhellaui Lad.!" brw4 " or salo .,.; ,! tj iRli fot.