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Ycltel njr . orlotx-r as KMlrvd 'iiine Table. Trains on the Cadii Branch are now run bine s follows: 0 ' n . A- q lew - -I .- foil ll-S " fi-Tll Arrir.stCadix W , VJV- ' The trin Irsving Culil at 4:lo A. M., Con neeU with tfie train going West on the msin rosd; tbs train leaving at 9:15 a. x. connects with the train going East, and the train leav ing t 3:15 m. connects with both Eastern and Western trains. KEW ADVERTISING EAIES. The following mice of (Hverlisina have been sereed upon by the publishers of paper in Cadiz, to take effect from and after January 1. 1863: Uns square (ten lines) or lees, three or less insertions 1 de each subseqeent insertion. do three hicnlhs do aiz months do twelve months Two squares, three months do eix months do twelve months.... Three squares, three months do fix months do twelve months rrt fi-ssional cards, one year $1,30 50 s.oo 5,00 8,00 5.00 12.it) 8,W) 11,1X1 15,(0 .",00 1,50 SO f,'0 2,00 2,0(1 Legal advertisements, one or thrte in sertions, per squore of ten lines Each subsequent insertion, per square,.. Divorce rollers, not exceeding 20 lines.. tch additional leu Hues Ailsehment notices Administrator's or Executor's notices.... Announce ment of niarriaacs and desihs )biuiafy,cbaiiiab!e und religious notices yer line Tabular ad veriibcnenu) will be clnrged I double price. EVsiafwa notices in local column.tcn lines w loe - 2,ro Irce 1,00 3-AU r.a sdvortisemewts, divorce, at- tt-olmient.ndminiatrntor's, executor a, obituary, charitahlo, religious and business notices, to be paid lorin jirU swe. in advance. il. tlA't'lON, Editor Republican. N. ALLEN, Editor Sentinel. jgAn election of officers of the Harrison County Agricultural Society tnkes place on next Friday. A young daughter of Mr. Wm. Hedges, of Archer township, died on last Sabbath morning. Corn and l'ottttoc. Some of our subscribers would ren tier us ft great favor if the bring to this office several bushels of Corn and Potatoes. We are in need of them at this time. XKsa-Iiarrctt, on Market street, his iust received another nssjrtment of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c. Call in see them. 8Q?Thc Wheeling Register learns that there is to be a Vallandigham ball at . liarncsville, Belmont county, Oliio, on to-morrow evening (Thurs day.) at which it is expected to have a large turn out of the "unterriSed" De mocracy of the State. Local Items. Our friends in all .parts of U13 c mtj will confer us a fa vor npo!i us by sending ui an account of such local incidents as may come under their notice. .-'our loads ot coal, eacli wad containing twenty-five bushels, was told in Cincinnati on last Friday, at the exofbiant price of per load. God help the poor orphans and widows and fatherless children! We understand that coal is now sel ling in Cadiz at eight cents per bushel. BSuTho communication of "Law yer Shotwell,"" as our neighbor calls S. B. Shotwell, Esq.,sn our first page, , will attract attention. We may ex pect a "heavy" reply to it in next week's Republican, a paper that only publishes its editor's own side of the story. 553" We were in error last week in relation to the vote of Mr. Wm. Phil lips. ' lie says that he did not leave Cadiz to make his permanent resi dence anywhere else. His goods are all here, and he was doubtless entitled to his vote in this place. "L-ONtt Time." Last week's Re publican contains an "annual exhibit of the receipts and expenditures in Harrison county, Ohio, from Septem ber 1, 1028, to September 7, 1863." Two hundred and thirty-five years is a long time. The Auditor or "smart" Prank must have wakened up from a long dream. JSgWe learn that Mr. Robert C Brown, formerly a candidate for nom ination for the ofiice of State Senator in this district, and one of the most brilliant men (in his own estimation) in Athens township, the county, State $r anywhere else, tnied to purchase the Cadiz Republican printing office on last Saturday; but Mr. Hatton, know ing his own business best, would &o.t ;sell"lo theyoungman. Robert thinks he has the capacity, as he expresses it, of making a "much better paper an Mr. Hatton." Doubtful. 8S?F. T. Sinjonton, a member of Capt. Lacey's company, who has been jn the hospital for a long time, has been discharged from the service on account of disability. He is looking Jbadly. Republican. . ,, jJ"That radical Abolition organ, the Chicago Tribune, demands a gag law to suppress, as it ealls them, Bitch preachers of sedition as Vallandigham & Co., in order, as it says, "that the Union men of the North may not fi nally bo compelled to take the law in their own hands, and, by a, series of signal punishments, silence the scoun drels," This same belligoront parti san shoot was formerly a noisy . advo cate of "freemen, free speech, free prfss, free farms," etc. '-.f , MOMAVS 1MEWS. Corresponnenee from Kew Orleans lo the morning of the tenth inetant Rtates that Gen. Banks has taken the field, and that the Nine teenth Army Cotps reached Vermillion liver, a few miles south of Verntiillionville, on the morning of the ninth. It was thought there would lie no delay in crossing. Tliera way slurp skirmishing, and soma prisoners wero taken from the er.etny. At a recent Tight on the Big Clack, the Confederates, l:er'having been driven back, received re enforcements and compelled the Union men to retreat across the river. Many of the prisoners captured in the fight at Collierevillc, Tet.n., had in their pockets oaths of allegiance and passes through the Federal lines. Three men, formerly members of the Memph is police, have been arrested in that city (or being concerned In the burning of Mississippi steamboats. Li-its of all the boats on the river were found in their posses sion, and memoranda o( the price to be paid for destroying them. A military coniuiis, 8'!8ion will try the pnsoneis General Sullivan has captured thirly-tiine of Uillmore's Cavalry near Marlinsburg. On Saturday night, the tenth inst., the Confederates surrounded four companies oi the Second Illinois cavalry at Hernando, Mis?., and made them prisoner!. Capt. George W. Russell, lately attached to the Fortress Monroe line of steatneis, has been firesied by the military authorities. He has recently returned from a brief visits to Europe. Twenty six of Morgan's band have escap ed Irom Camp Douglas. 'lhey dug their way out of the barracks. On Saturday night Colonel Mosby's guer rillas made a dash upon Fairfax Court House and captured several officers of General Ging's ttall', as weM as two companies on gtiaid. The Third Michigan Cavaliy encountered Ueneial J.ichaidson recently, lie bad eigh teen hundred men and four pieces ol artil lery, on the Tallahatchie. He retreated to Okolona. Col. llnlch, with ' anothor force, routed and scattered Geti. Chalmers' force beyond the Talalia chie, and stopped pursuit for lack of ammunition. Gen. Sweeney's force took tho wrong road, so that the force of Gen. Cnaliuers escaped cajtturo. TiEsn.trs Sew. General Itostcrans telegraphs to head nUt-rters under aate ot onaitanooiia, tne eighteen n inst., ti;at tsrifiauier ueneial Cnok has bad threo recent lights with the enemy, jvhipuiug them badly each time. The last Kttle endijig at Farmingiorr, Ten nessee, wheia fasneral Crook says ho (ought Wheeler's entire command with only two brigades, cuttinu' his force in two, scattering a large portion of if, capturing lour pieces of artillery, one thouSK nit sianu oi arms, ana two hundred and ft' "7 prisoners, besides iho Wounded. Alter .pursuing the enemy several miles with great vigor, their horses being better than his, General Crook wan only able to overtake a coupes of regimen's at Sugar Creek, of which he cptured flity, scattering the remainder in iho mountains. Tho enemy's troops are represent as much demoralized, and tbeir loss on this raid is stated at two thousand. Xo fear is" enter tained ol another raid. liccent Southern journals received fnrnh important news lo the seventeenth instant. The 1'icsident of tho Southern Confederacy has made a visit to Gcrgia, and had an in terview with General Bragg. The David is the name ol the vessel that at ticked tho Xew Ironsides, in Charleston harbor, and she es caus'l without material lrjury, her engineer and pilot being saved, and not lobt, as ui tirst reported. The English schooner Florria was cap tured near Matagorda, Texas, on the second instant. She was laden with mfdiciuos, wines', saddles, and an assorted cargo, WEDNESDAY'S! SEWS. Various reports find their way into the puUic journals from Washington. Sumo of ihesiaie not worthy of being repeated. There is reason, however, for believing that Gon. Lee is not retreating, for the fact is that lie only advanced a single corjis against Gen. Meade's army, tho object of wuielt aimars to hare been to cover the movements in pro gress by Uen. Braeg. It is probable thut Uen, Meade has now advanced again. There is no doubt that Gen, Ri-ccran? itias fallen under the frowns of tho War Ud parltnent. Gen. Thomas finds more favor theie than be, and it may bis that Uen. Grant will be ordered, if he is not already, to take the place of Gen Ujseci'an, who, it is said, advanced before Chattanooga without1 instructions ts that effect. Gon. K'irnsile's rairches thnuli East Tennessee aod into Southwestern Virginia arn regarded as being more brilliant in their results than has been reported. Lieutenant Colonel Iiviue, of the Tenth New Yoik, who was captured at Brandy Station while fighting under General Hook er s campaign, lias been released Irom Uich--mond, and is in Washington, lie was ox changed for a Lieutenant Colonel on Gen. Morgan's staff. General Schenck and tb.3 Hon. Henry Winter Davis have been in Washington, for the purpose of urging upon the Administta tion the necessity of adopting mcatures to control the Maryland election. Gen. Burnside extols tho loyalty ol the people of East Tennessee, although he has had a severe time in marching and counter marching in that region of country. FItlDAY'S NEWS. Tho arrival of tho Hibernia at St. John's, Newfoundland, brings two days later Euro pean news. The seizure of the Confederate rams by ti e British Government is confirm ed. The London Journals comment on the lluseian fleet on our coast, and with some ill tcinjwr attacking Gen. Walbridge for his recent speech on the advent ot tho Russians hore. Maximilian is expected to go to Mex- ico in Febuary or March, if theie should bo no .change .of mind in the interim. A de mand has been made by Poland on France and Great Brittftin, that the Polos shall to deemed belligerents. There has been an ad vance in cotton. Quiot prevailed at Little Rock, Arkansas, on the 11th inst. On the 2 Gib, of last month Gen. .Kirby Smith visited Gen Price's army at Arkadelphia, and uncling it demoralized relieved Gen. Price of his command and pla ced Gen. Holmes in his stead,. Gon. Holmes .being unpopular, a mutiny ensued. Five fluuureu to seven hundred men, it is report ed, deserted. To prevent uive desertions the army was moved to the South, and the commissary stores were seat to Waco, on the Rio Brazos, Gen. Smith was at Mar shall. Col. Cloud, of the Federal lorces, had gone in pursuit ol Shelby, who, with eight hundred well mounted men, bad crossed the Arkansas River, toward Missouri, to look after certain Missourians. An old difficulty that had been renowed by the elevation of Gen. Holmes above Gen. Price was settled by Iriends, without resort to a threatened duel - As the result of a Union moveinsnt in Northern Texas, it is allodged that in the First Congressional District Morgan was es lectdd last August. The district comprises nineteen counties. The damage dona by ths Confederates to the Orange and Alexandria Uailrod recently, will not be repared under ten days, which shows that the property was much injured. The funeral of the late Gen. Lylle has ta ken place at Cinoinnati. A largj number ol officers of high rank were present. " Geo. Buell denies that he has been id- a member el Gen. Grant's stall. It U beyond a doubt tb it the Kentucky giierrifte, Jim Keller, who was shot recently at Mount Sterling, is dead. Two thirds of the Masons of Columbus, Ohio, sustain the war measures of the Ad ministration. One third of them dissented. On Big Black Hirer, eighteen miles below Vicksbur,:, on the 13th inst , the Confeder ate cavalry of Wirt Adams was driven be yond Foit Gibson. They were two hundred in number. They lout iiltoen killed and wounded, and the Federals had one killed. It is said that within two or three weeks a Provincial Government wiil eslabli-bsd in Mississippi Colonel Markland of Kentucky is named as likely to till tho gubernatorial chair. Important movements are lo be made in Mississippi withutit delay. SA TTi: DAY'S NEW. General Meade, after having visited Wash ington, has returned to tho (runt. This ap pears lo indicate that the removal of this officer is not to take place, at least at present. He has informed the President that he can not make a Jhrward movement within three weeks, on account ol the injuries done 16 the railroad, which has been nearly destroyed. It will take sixteen dnys to replace the bridge at Rappahannock Station. No extensive ad vance can take placn till that work is com pleted. There is much uncertainty as to tho numbers of the enetnv lie lore him, and it is reported that Gen, Swell's force has been 6ent lo reinforce Gen. Bragg, The news from North Carolina U inter esting. Governor Vance having been prom ised the next presidency of the Confederacy has returned Torn Uiuhm nd a decided war man, and will do his utmost to prevent tha State from returning to the Union. Tha headquarters of the Second regiment of Lojal North Carolinian is at Beau'ort. A recent expedition under Colonel Mix, through the northeastern part of the Slate, Las dis covered that this almost neutral ground has been subjected to the Southern co ascription. Ilenco the people are incensed, and the enmi ties of the Chuvan River call upon the Fed eral authorities for protection. It is said that the hostility to the Confederacy is t.1 most unanimous, and but that reports Irom this Department are frequently exiggerated, this stateaeht might be credited. By the Etna ofl' Cape Iiace wo have two days later intelligence from Europe. The rams in tho Mersey have had guards of mar ines placed on board. A conospondent ol the London Post says that France will not recognize tho Southern Confederacy. Tho affairs of Poland are without change. Tho Spanish Minister of Financo has resigned. Queen Victoria has returned into public life. The Great Eastern is to enter upon the In dian or Australian trade. The news gener ally is unimportant. General Hooker is at Stevenson, Alaluma, where ho has been visited by Generals Grant and Koseci ons. General Thomas commands the Army of the Cumberland; General Hum sido tbo Department oi the Ohio; General lluilbut that ol Tennessee, and General Mc Pkcrson that ol Vie.ksburg, tbe whole con sol ltlated inlo the Military Division ol the Mississippi, under the command ol General Grant. Dr. II. S. Moodio, of Nev.vli City, las been arrasted in Providence for forgery. An examination of bis trunks loft at tho Un vero House, Boston, disclosed that ho was in possession of three or four thousand dol lars in Conledorato money. Tliera was also found several dra'ts prepared for prefenta tion at various banks in New York and Philadelphia. He is hold in Providence lor trial. Eighteen negroes have been lodged in Sparta j il, Hancock county, Georgia, lor combining and attempting to incito iusurrec tion. Tnoy had been holding secret meei ings and planning matters. In all about one hundred in number are implicated. All the ringleaders have been arrested. Their opperations have bean extensive. Tho Rusian fleet is expected to arriv-s at Washington by nexf; Tuesday. The ofl! cers of tho Navy there have jnado preparations to give their guests a liospiuthle welcome, and the cival authorities are alw preparing to welcome tho visitors. Admiral IHblgren, in an (,fn ;ial report, alludes to the reports that he and Genwl Gillroore have had unpleasant relations, and denies that ei;her socially or publicly there has been any dubreuca between them. The Secretary of tho Treasury has made ample provision for the prompt payment of all the troops on the first ol .November. It is reported, by the way San Francisco, that one of the D unios in Japan has severely repulsed the British fleet. Preparations are in progress on the borders of Maryland and Pennsylvania to resist the anticipated rades into those States. nyn .a. K x ed. On tha 30th tilt., by Wilson S. Fisher, Esq., Mr. John Baker, of Tuscarawas coun ty to Miss Emiling Uttkiusack, of Harrison county On the 13th inst.., at the residenco of the the brides father, by the Hov. Edward A, Brindlv, Mr. Jamks Kihk, of Hopedale, liar. Co,, and Miss Maocue A. Caunahast, of Jeddo, Jeff. Co., Ohio. On tho 15th inst,, by Rev. Robert Horron, Mr. Samuel AMSPoKEuto Miss Mary Jane Ca mi well, both of liar. Co. On the Hth inst.,by Rev. John Conner, Mr. Eiiwakd UuTLRDdK, of Tuscaraway, and Miss Isabklla Ann, daughter of Mr. James Long, of Harrison county. ID I IE ID : October 8, Crawford Vallandiciham, son of James and Ellen S Kirkpatrick, aged six months and sixteen days. My darling boy, thou mild and lovely child, Too pure to dwell with sin be'ow, Taou 'i (tone to heaven above. To dwell with Cod in eternal love. On last Thursday, John Blair, Esq. long a resident of this township, and a very worthy man, died of typhoid fever. Mr. Blair was, at this time ol his death a Justice of the Peace for Cadiz township and had been for many years. Republican, 20th inst. Abram C. Thompson, a member of Co. II, loth U. S. infantry, and formerly ol this county, died on tho 9th ult., at the residence of his grandfather, Mr, Isaao Case h Green tp. Mr. Thompson was an excellent young man, a brave Soldier, and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. 1 eace to his memory. Furewoll comrade thou hast left us, For a bright and heavenly aphere, Providence hast thus bereft us, Of a Soldier kind and dear, AMERICAN HOUSE C&C3.l2S, OlllO. WILLIAM COCIIKAN, I'rop'r. THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, FOR merlykept by Maj.Lacy, and more recently by Tlios. D. tirimes, will be found by the trav ailinc community to posseea all the advantages of the beat conducted hotels. The House has been thoroughly fitted and furnished, in the most approved style, for the accommodation of guests; and it is tne determination ot tne i ro prictor that none who may favor him with their patronage shall have reason to complain, in any particular, or go away dissatisfied. J3rBill moderate. trliaggage taken to and from the Depot free oi charge. October 17,1860.- LIVE RY STABLE! UOBINSON & LYNCH, KEEP Ur THEIR STOCK or IIoi-9es,Biig;ic9, Sleighs, Ac, Ac. For Hire at the Lowest Rates. fcrThe BAYS are rill alive, ju lan. 16, 1861-ly . -. fJ-Mrj. Daniel Webster recently tiitel the tomb of her husband, at Marshfield, Ma?9., and ciu-3d the coffin to be opened. Though Mr. Webster has been dead eleven years, it was found that the brow Was yet perfect in all its features, and that (he "con tour of that impressive faca" was preserved the same as on the day when the funeral of ten thousand, at whose head was the Presi dent of the United States, in all bis supernal prime, took up hi solemn march from the Library at Mirshflald. Evil of Civil Dissfxtioh It is stid that if a milch cow breaks her leg, her milk instantly loes its lime, which is taken cfT to cement the Iracture and restore the wounded limb. Bruise or break one limb of the eocial body or the political, and the whole vital secretion grows thin and sour. We are re alizing the truth ot this every hour. 0O"Genera! Shoddy is in his glory. The Democracy are defeated, and the war will (to on during Lincoln's entire term of qiiicf. The poor will wail,' aLd Shodly will add millions more to bis ill go'en gain;. ftirThe young man who asked the daugh ter's hand, and g.)t the father's foot lud the consilation of knowing that his wooing was not IcKithss. " Washington is Safb " repeats the tele graph. Yes, but unhappily so is Khh thohd. Louisville Journal. Valuable Farm fcr Sale. 7 tllE subscriber will sed at private sale his lurm in Arr-her township, Harrison coun ty, ''hin. Snid farm is sitinied or the road lendine from Cadiz to New Marker, atfil con tains 160 acrps. The land i ot xcdl:it q'lul iiy, well waiernd, and hasps id building', r chnrda, etc. Permins wishing lo piucliiu will call cn theeub-ieriber living on the promUjs. Terms very reasonuble GEORGE S1IIPTON . October 21, 18G3-Gt LEE INVADING MALYLAH D AND BROWN & BRO. I ?T V A I I N G CADIZ With tho best assortment of PIECE GOODS," &C., For Gent's wear . Also the latest siyle of Evorofferod in ihis numtry, and lit prices bo low as to astonish the 4 Oldest Inhabitant' "Or nnv olhir man," whether Jew or (Jnntile. We nienn what wo oav. Call and Examine oucgooda and satul'y yourselves that f r Quality, Stylo, Neatness, Dura bility HtiJ Cheapness, the like was never before witncs-ied in Cadiz' In Shotwcll's licom, Ono Door above tho Express Office, Murket Sireel. iiltOvVN Si, Cuii'!.Oiiii, Octo'ior 21, H'il NEW stock: OF1 OF If Jkkhkim CLOCKS! -AND FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. AT P; P RIP BUTT' rtirltet St., Cadiz, O. July 23, 131,2. LATEST FEWS! FOSTS SUMTER & W AGNEE 37 Jib. el m 'isri CHARLESTON TUB firm of G. S. Atkinson & Co , is this day dissolved by muiual consent, nnd nil persons knowing themselves to be indebted lo said firm, cither by no'.e or book account, will please call and smile. The businons Iiero.il icr wiil be carried on under the name of G. S. ATKINSON & SON, Who are at this time receiving their fall stock, consisting of every variety ot goods, such as Silks, DeLaincs, Prims, Quoens v are, Boots, Shot s. Uaisf, Caps. Hoods', Flannel Shirts, Drawers, Hoop Skirts, &.c. Please call and oxunine our stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere, ana we will con vince you that we sell cheaper lor CASH or rllUJJL UJS than any oiner store in iauu. Sept. 16, 1863. IUHjUU 500 bid, Salt; 100 H bills. JVItickerell Now Orleans Molasses and Syrups, for sale by 11, B. nier AUtwn Si CU. april 7, 11363. f mNGSTON'3 BUCKEYE UAKPEN I 1 SEEDS. We are tho agents for the sale oil he above seeds, lue Dost in the market liEOKUK & BKO. fTI BBLS and hall bbls WHITE FISH and Oil Lnko.HEKKlMU A No. 1 article it the corner grocery. GEORGE &BKO, 3m BUUAR Cured llnms, of the cele- tJUU brated "Mitchell and Ladd" branp or tale by GEOIiGE dStBIU). WINDOW Ulnt.8 and Putty, a large und fresh arrival of each, lor sale, at very law figures lit , BKALI.'S. Mmm iws. PERFUMERY! IIII NOT A RUM DRINK! A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED YEGETA1II.R KXTIUCT. A PURE TONIC ThM will Kelieve tho Afilicicd, and NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS. 3Il. HOOl'ljAMVH German Hitters, PREPARED BY DR. fi.S". .TACK'SON PHILADELPHIA, PA. Will Eflectutlly and in ist certainly cur all Di.caffs srifire irom Disordered Livr, tno-nach, or Kidneys. . I HOLLANDS of our citizens are stiltermg JL from Dysn'psia and Liver Diseases, nd to hoin the fullowiuij (luestlon Apply we guarantee Hnflnnd's ilermnn Hitters W1LLCUUE THEM. IyfcoM:i and Liver lit'c. Do you rise with a coated tongue ni )rnim;s, with a bod tasic in ihe nuiuih and poor apue tite for bren.tlnsi? Do ymi feel when you lirst 2t up so weaa and languid you can scarcely gut sboinf Dc you have diz.iuess "in iho hrsd at time", and olicn a di llness, with hfadfichc i.cctihional y T Are your bowels costive and ir regular, and appeiite changinbM Do yon throw tp wind Irom ihe simiiach , and do vou swell up ulu nf Dj yuu :cei a lulness ctier eininz, and a sinkintr when tlx ttj;nac'i is (nipiyl Do you have hearibiim occusionallyt Do yiu luel low spirited, and look, on tlte dark side ui thiiifsf Are you not uuusu illy nervous at limes? Do vou no', becj lie resiles-!, a il o!- Irn lay until midnight belore you can go to slicpl and then at limes ami-'t yuu ire null and xlcepy most ol'ih.i limul Is your skin dry and sciiyl also sulluw: In (-hurl is not your lile a liur'licn, lull ol turc-budinijaf Huclhind'a Ucrnian Hiiu-rs will cure cVery esse of chronic or nervous Dcbilitj, disease of lire tvidney's, and disea ses arising from a disordered iSioinoch Obsef vo the following symptoms rBultinj from Disorders of the Digestive Organs: Conlipation, Inward I'ilos, Eulness of Blood to the-Head, Aeuluy of thrf Stnmicli, Nnuen, Heartburn, Disgust fir fn.id, Kulimssor Wi-juhl in the Ktomucli, Sour Eruclntions, Finking or Muttering at the Pit of tha Stomach, Swim ni i 1 1 of llw Ik'iu, Hurried and Dii'ioL'l! Breathiinf, fluttering at tho Heart, Choking or Suffocating .Sensations when in a lyine potturc, Dimnoss of Vision. Dots or Webs before thn Siyht, t'evorand Dull Pain in -the Head, Deli cienry of l'un-pirutioil, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyos, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, tc. Sudden r lushes of IJoat, Burning in the Flc?h, Constant linnginin s ol Evil, and great Deprcesien ol spirits. I'ariiciiltir IVolicc There ori many preparations sold undor the iinineol' Bitters, put up in quart bottles, com pounded of the chenpont whiskey or common rum, co9tiiif from 20 to 10 ci:n:s par gallon, the taste diHL'Uised by Anise or Coriundur Sei d. 'I'hiscfnss ol Bitters has coueed and will continue to cause, as long as tnoy can bo sold, hundreds to die tlie death of tha ilrunkaid. Hy their ute tho system is knpt continually under the iiillucnco ot Alcoliolia Stimulants of the worst kind, the desire tin liquor is created and kept np und the result U nil tho horrors atten dant upon a dnii.kurd'a liio and death. for those who desire and wnx have a Li quor Uittora, we publish the following receipt Uet One LiuMlo of Jloidlaud's German Bitters, and mix with Three Q.iarts of Uood Brandy or Whisky, and the result will he a prnpara ticn lliut will far exoel in medicinal virtues and trus exeellence uny of the nuiuerous Li quor Bitters in the niariset, and will cost much less. Vou will have all tho virtues of Hool land's Bitters in connection witn a good arti cle of Liquor, at a much less priee than these inferior preparations will cost you. Eoofiaud'8 German Bitters WILL GIVE YOU X GOOD APPETITE, WILL GIVE YOU STROaili HElLfllY NEitVES. WILL GIVE YOU disk :ul Eiici'Kctic Fctt-liiss, WILL ENABLE YOU TO SLEEP WELL, And vill Positively Prevent YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS FEVEK, &c Thoso sufforiug Irom Brokei Down and Deli cato Constitutions, from whatever cause, either in male or tcm.!e, will find in Hoofhind's Gorman Bitters a Kemedy tiiatwiil lettore them to iheir usual hculili. Such has been tho caao in thousand of Instances, and a lair trial is but required to prove mo assertion. Remember thai ihese liittere aro And NOT intended as a BliVEllAGfi. The Proprietors have thousand of letters from tho m ist eminent Olergymen, Lawyers Physicians and Citizens, Tesiifying ol Iheir own personal knowledge, to the beneficial effects and mo. Ileal virt ucs ol these IHuers. Jp'roni Kev J. Newton Brown. D. D , Editor of the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Although not disposed to favor or recomm uid Batent Sli-.dicines in general, through, distrust ol their itigrt-'lients and ellecs.l yet know of no sullieient reasons why a mm may not tes.i fy to the benefits he believes himself to have received from any simple preparation , in ihe hope that ho may contribute tj tho houolit ol others I do this tho more readily in re-gird to H;of land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M . Jackson of this city, became 1 was prejudiced against them formally years, under tho im pression that they wore cliietly nn alcoholic mixture, 1 u'n indebted to my frirnd Robert Shoemaker, E.vq., for the removal of this pre. judico by proper tests, and for cue oarHgonidiit to try them, wnen siiuering iron: great and long continued debility. Thu use ol three bot ticaof Ihesa Liilieix, at tlie lngiiining ol the present year, was followed by evident reliel and restoration to a degree of bodily and men tal vigor which I had not felt lor six months j before, and had alnusl despairod of regaining 1 therefore thank Uud an i my friend tor direct in mu lo the use ot them. J. NEWTON BROWN. Fiiilatj'a, June 2;). 18tl. I Diseases in Kidneys and Bladder, in young or aged, male or female, are sp eedily removed, and ihe patient restored to health DELICA TE CHILDREN . Thoso suffering from MAKaSMUS, wasting away, with sea reel v any rlesh on their bones, are cured in a very short lime; one bottle in such cases .will have u most surprising effect. PARENTS Having suffering children us above, and wish ing to raise tnein, will never regret tlie duy they commenced with these Bitters. LITERARY MEN.Sl'UDEN PS, And those working hard with their brains, should always keep bottle of lluollands Bit ters near them, us ihey will find much benefit from its use, to boih mind and body, invigora ring aim not depressing. li is not a Liquor ctnnulant, and leaves no prostration. ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! And the frienus of Soldiers. We call tlie attention ot all having relations or friends in tho army to the fact thi, '-flOOE-LANDS Gorman Hitters" will cure nine-teillhs of tlie discuses induced by exposures and pri vations incident to camp life, in the lists, pub lished atniuttt daily in the newspapers, on the arrival ut the sick, it will be noticed that a very lurge, proportion are eull'ering from debili -ty. Eve y case of that kinl cm be readily cured by Hoollaud's German B'tiers. We have no hesitation i:i stating mat if these Bitiers were Ireely used among our suldiors, ftundiods ol lives might be saved that otherwise would be lust. Tlie proprietors are daily receiving thanktul letters lrum sufferers in tho army and hospitals, who have been restored to healtn by tlie use ol these bitters, sent them by their friends. RrBewuiu ut Counterfeits! See that "C M, JACKSON" is' ou tne WRAPPER of each Bottle. Price per Bottle 7 cents. Or half dozen for $4,UU. Should your nearest druggiat not have the article, do not be put oil' by any ol the intoxi cating preparations that may bo ulfered in its place, but send lo us, and we will torward, se curely packed, by exureis Principal Otlice and Manufactory, jno. 631, Arcnsi. JONES & EVANS, . (Successors to 0. M. Jackson ot, Co.,) Proprietors. ftWOR SALE by Druggists und Dealers in every town in the United Slates, r or Sal by JOHN BKALL, Cadiz, Ohio, Oct 14, WM-ly Watches, Ulocks, Fx JYolions AND F A K G Y GOODS JYotions AND FANCY GOODS HAS now on hands a good assortment o! Goodt the above line, which has been bought low, and consequently, be will sell them at very low prices. His goods are all nice and fresh, and cannot fail to pleseb buyers, both in quality and , prices; he therefore solic its sn examination of his stock and prices before purchasing' elsewhere in so doinsr. lie fecit conhdent Uiat he will merrit a large snare of public patra'nage. He keeps nu Watches but wha uue'belectcd with great care, and con sequently, nil watches sold are warranted tim. neepersorno sale. Pine Gold Hunting Englis Lovers, full jeweled, from $75 to$I0 Pino Gold Hunting Swiss Lecers, full jeweled, from . 35 to 55 Fine Gold open faced Levers and Lo- pines, from 80 to 35 Heavy hunting Silver English Levers, lull jeweled, from 35 to 40 Heavy hunting Silver English Levers, seven jewels, from 27 to 35 Hunting Swiss Leverand Lepines, four jewels, l.-om.. .. 12 to 16 Silver open laced Levers and Lopines.. 8 to l'i Curving Finger Kings, Iii'Nt Pins in great variety ol styles and prices. Lswlies oll Clm ins and JLwciiets Gold Vest und Fob CEmiais. Ool.-l and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. (Jold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Sliver, German and plated table' and tea spoons Pocket-books and 1'ortmonies in great variety, lino pockot-knives, shears and scissors, fine Raxors, coral glasson wax spaaq Lota ol other nice things too numerous to mention. Call in friends, everything Bold is warranted es repre sented. ITJitin St., Opposite the Pnblio Buildings. Cadiz, Dec. 22,-1853- f i rTt Tr m vTl Of SPRING GOODS ARRIVED in Iho Eastern cities just as GOLD took the last greit tumble, and as gold goes up and do'n, eo follows the prio ot goods. Mowl am perfectly willing to share my ttood luck wilh my cusiomers so call and see the largest siock of D14Y GOODS ever be fore opened in this market. Udt don't forjcl to bring along your money, es you will find it impossible to get any without purchasing. Lidie, 1 have taken great care in tho sclec . i ,n of the very newest novelties in your line, and without giving you a long list of articles, styles, oic, will just say the slock is ihe best 1 have EVER OFFERED! So, knotving tho stocks I have formerly had on hands, they must be fine. An early call ts requested. Men's and Boy's Wear from tho finest to the coarsest. And if you don't see what vou want ask, and it will bo forthcoming. Goods sold 1 am forced to some extent to change my mode of business; as I have to pay CAsll (or goods, 1 i.iust have the same. JOilN COLEMAN. Cadiz, Feb. 11, 1863. LOOK TO YOUB INTEREST! CLOTHING YEBY CHEAP AT A. TKIF1.I5 AllOVE FIRST GOSTI Buy Your Glothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods of Don't tnke rhy work for it ! but come and see for yourself the stock of goods 1 have and be convinced. If you want to buy any clothing or anything else in my in consequence of these war times, 1 will sell Cheaper than the Cheapest l am bound not to be undersold. ?fc5"Clothing made to order on the shortest notice and fits warranted. I've seen and like his well known store Because I've purchased there before. In J. Brides' store on.Markot Street, I'm certain to be fitted neat. And to advance another reason, .il goods 1 find to suit the season; And those who from his store shall buy 'Will find themselves all weathers dry. J. Brilles endeavors, never fails To turn out work to suit the sales. This establishment is located nigh, ach branch receives a watchful eye In his store you buy not in doubt, i No false inducements are held out The rne price system, there's no bettor, Is carried out to the very letter, The bargains thereforo can't entice The pui'charer at one fixed price. Nor timo be lost in J . Brilles' siors To cheapen what was choop before. The gentleman all can testify When any clothing they want to buy For service, promenade or show, To his store they straightwsy go. These gentlemen also lind The kind of clothing for their mind. , Some reasons now I've furnished why , To J. B's. store I go to buy . So call at once, his prices view, And doubtless you will boy there too. rCall at my well known store if you want good clothing. J, BRILLES. , April 1, lotiSi LADIE3 TETT1NG SHUTTLES, Crotchet Needles, Knitting Needles, Sewing Needles, extra food ' ' Pen-knives of all kinds, Table Cutlory, An assortment ol the celebrated) India Rub ber bandied tablo cutlery warranted to land hat water, al JBAKHBTVd. ESJAISf mm P il 1ASII ' WILLI A ill McAEOO tTTol'l.D respeefful'f inform the (Hip'i V Harrison eoantjr tost he )s prepared iu do all ki.ids of , ... Painting. Graiiiin-i, Glalzing, Pa jkt liangins, nnd Sign and Ornamental Painiingj In a style e jual lo any thut can bo don? by any w orkman in his line. . His pries are asreasonable as the times will Pord; and he will wjrrsilt hit work to. give sat istactinn. A pf.nre nf patronage Is loliciled. Cill n tho subscriber in Cadiz. , WM MeADtry Cadiz, April 15. I?f.3 lyr rAiVTI3MG. Eenjamij). Watkinson. OFFERS his services to the citizens ol Csd I mid urroundine country, in the ai tof . House PMiiifiny.itiraiiiiHff, I'npa'r Hanging, Vaniishiu?, snd all kindsof Imitation in VVopd, Stone snd Marblo, Also. Sign punting dtiended to, on (lis most rerssonable terms. Those wishing to have Fainting done in " besl and most modern ityle, would dowrii'o give hint s call, ss he endeavors to do hi t k ina neat, sul tsntinl, snd workman-like nui cr. Cadiz, Ohio, Ms 1", 18:' HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO Li -A- 33 i mm. OWING to tho very g-ent difficulty cil obi .. tenting a good .NEEDLE, 1 fcav ttksd an agency lor th j sale of BLOODS CELElill .ITEP1 ' AMERICAN NEEDLES; ' Thcee Needles are made of - - . SPRING STEEL and ore the very best n use. Being extra drilled, oval eyed, ihey will not cut the thread ( and tapered from the middle down to the poin t they run Ireely through the cloth, and they sell at the - SAME PRICE rooit COaiitOlF JSTEUDLEd ilE SUKE YOUGEf 11 t- !' ; 12 ?f XT I Pf 10 ,ELT!N1SI1 ED-EYED 1ST E E D L E S ; IN. A, HANNA. Cadiz,' August 19, 18C3-tf JOHN BE ALL, AND BOOK-SELLER Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio. rrASilways on hand the following, at very I I low prices. - Tartaric Acid Linger boot & G; Cloves , Nutmegs Coperas Wash Blue Shoe Blacking , Cooking Extracts' Cinnamon Concentrated Lye Glue Epso-s Salts Cream Tartar Soda Super Carb. do Carb. Window Glass Thermometers Sperm and Star f'aridli'8 Extract Logweod Lamp Black Indit'o Starch Also a good rupply of Paints, Oils, finish es. Dyes &c, &c. School Boons, Misoel laneous Works, Bibles and Testaments. Tha - largest and cheapest stock of Wall i'apcr Itj the country, links. Pens, Pencils, faper, Toy Books and Notions, a good variety and cheap. Call and examine them. Dec. 19, 'tit). i7 eergusojnT Confectionary and Variety stoi i Dppueitetho Fublic Buildings, Cadis, Ohto M FERGUSON respectfully Informs li , 13. friends thst he is still in the business il the building directly opposite the Fublic Build iugn, where he offers for sale a large and we , selected asosrtment of Conlec.tionarjes,, &c among which may be found the following: Common & fancy Candiesof all kinds, AlmomJ , Filberts, Ci;eam Hnd Pea Nuts, Raisins, Figsj Dates, French Currants. Sugar, Soda, Bui tor and Water Crackers, Western Re serve and English Cheese, Ground and Bark Cinnamon, Pepper, Gingei, Alspice & Starch, Fine and Common Ci gars, Tobacco and ,. Snuff, Pulverized WhiteSugar, assorted Pick lea and Pepper Sauce, Combs, Port Monies, and Pen Knives, Visiting Cards and En velopes, Watch Chains, Keys ind Guards, a fine lot of common Jewelry, TOYS of all descriptions. SCTAs he intends to sell cheap, he hopes his friends and the publicgenerally will favor him with their patronage. iKrCountry Confectionaris can be supplied at bisestablishnionton tha very best terms. FAIRBANKS STANDARD UF ALL KINDS. Also, Warehouse Trucks, Leti ter Presses, &c. Fairbanks, Greenleaf & Co. 172, Lake Street, CHICAGO. Sold in Cleveland by S. F. & F. BURGESS, SO Be careful to buy only tbe genuine. JJ NEW BAKERY; O. WAGNER WOULD respectfully infrirrri the citizens o Cadiz and vicinity that he keeps cor stantly on hands at his New Bakery, on Mar ket street, one door south, of George's Grocery, all kinds of BREAD, CAKES, &e., which he will sell at reasonable prices. ' He also keepB Cigars, Candies, See. Cadix, Ohio, April 23, 1863-ly, Wall Paper ! Wall Paper!, THE subscriber takes pleasure in calling thu attention of the public to his large and well selected stock of Wall Papers, just recei ving for tha Spring snd Summer, .trade. His stock consists ol 20,000 pieces with 400 differ en.' patterns, ranging in price from 6Xcautsto $1,00 per piece, together with every variety of Borders, Window Curtains, Docoratlons for lannel Work, etc. , &e. '. ,) ; He hat also unhand a complete assortment of School, Historical, Medical, Religious snd Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Blank Books, &c, &c, which will be sold wholesale and re tail as cheap ss they can be had West of ths Mountains. Give me a call. v1'' J. M.LAYTON. Match 9- 59- , - . II , S. McFADDEN & CO . hs removed LI. into their Now Store. We slll be pleas-' ed to Mi our friends and to wsit tt:oii tlintn in! our line. We have a 1st ge stock o lutads. and, rxpact to have weekly arrivals, keej-uig pac with the wants ol ths public. .; i,, . ,,t Cadia, April 7, 1W3. " , , " ; , v,' tl I N V. F RE M CJU C L.OCKD -' Both Thomas Clocks, , . :.; Wtterburj Clocks, 4 Clocks wltl alanns,snd Clocks witho it alarm. Clocks lrum JU2i to H. Clor.Hs of W scritwiiil B-VRK-hrfii.'