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jQt- &bk gtntitul. " NwvesssUer 95 , Kailra Tissse Table. Traio tb Cadis Broch ere now run lag h follow: Les.e Csdis- :.. - ArrV4.lC.lit T " - Tbe Irhin toting CaHii (t 5:40 a. u., eon Met with th train going West en tbe Diii taeA; the train leaving it 9:45 . A. connects with rti train going East, and the train leav ing at 2:45 P. x. connect with both Eastern and Western trains. If EWDVEETISni'G BATES. . Tbe following price of advertising have . Veen agreed neon or' the publisher of paper in Cears, to take eHcct irom and aner janoarj 1. 1863: Hue square (tea line) or lea, three or lei insertions de each ubeeavnt insertion.. de three nonihi do six months .. do twelve months..-. T we squares, three months i do six months de twelve months ".. Three squares, three month do six months do twelve months 1,M SO 3,00 5,00 8,00 5,00 6,00 12,00 6,00 11,00 15,00 5,00 I, SO 50 5,o J, 00 J. 00 l,P0 Iree . rrefessi enal cards, one year Legal advertisements, one or three in sertions, per square of ten lines. ..... Eaeh subsequent insertion, per square,.. Divorce notices, not exceeding 20 lines.. Each additional ten lines....... Attachment notices Administrator's or Executor's notices.... Announcement of marri sees and deaths Obituary, charitable and religious notices per line Tabular advertisements wilt be charged at double price. Business notices in local column.ten linea or tea 1,00 ' 19-Alt ogal advertisements, divorce, ot tschnient.administrstor's, sxecutor's, obituary , charitsble, religious and business notices, to be PSW lur 111 III cam, iii uuTBiiwi. R. IIATTON, Editor Republican. C. N. ALLIEN, Editor Sentinel. BGpThe ladies of Cadiz will give a Fair during tbe Holidays for the ben efit of the Soldier's Aid Society. Com mendable. fl&ysee the auvertiscuient oi tne Deputy Collector of Government Tax es in another column. 8-This is tax-paying time. Can't our friends give us a call when they are paying their taxes? tSfThe following is the official voto of -New York at the late election: KepuMcan, 813,442 Democrat, 284,!)37 Republican majority, 29,305 8gF"Josha It.- Giddings is under arrest in CotiaJft for kidnapping. He is held to ball in tlie sum of ?S0,000. What he professed opposition to in Ohio he attempted to pVaircc in Can ada, and was caught up. TS3SuTh "Lady in Blnck" hm Wa ited Steubenville. She "done it" nicely ivith most of the Steubenville mer chants. She would take valuable nr tides to show to her dear "sick Bister" stopping at one of the hotels, and "for got" to bring back either the goods or "greenbacks." She left for parts unknown with a, young dry goods store among her baggage. 16-The soldier vote of Harrison county has bem canvassed. 8ol is the highest vote' cast. Brough's ma jority is the largest 309. Well's and i.1 ; 11 i. W..11' Or.Q ,,,! H UISUI1 B tile ewuill'91, II 111 o nuu Watson's 258. The total Republican majority in the county on soldier nnu liome vote combined is 1139. The to tal vote of the county is suspiciously large 4034. "' , afiffi-Gov. Tod. and the Ohio offi cials, while on the road to witness and participate in the solemn exercises of dedicating a Cemetery at Gettysburg, Pa., to the nation's noble dead, ..was detained some eight hours in Coshoc ton by a railroad accident. 'They amu sed themselves by getting drunk, and such like conduct, so says the Repub lican paper of Coshocton. Wonder if they won't keep Thanksgiving? in the 8a me way? What rrockery. g-Military meetings are being held all over the county for the pro fessed purpose jof raising volnntcers, but theobject for which the war is now conducted freeing the negroes is so unDODular amone tho people that but at A w few recruits have been raised. Some are, like Artcmas Ward, ready. ta-sac-rifica all their male cousins of proper age, hut do not themselves believe in wa'r to n extent sufficient to go. '. If the Administration would returri to a conservative policy there would be mo difficulty in filling up the army. It was predicted that the radical "flaming f lunts promised in 6ucn prolusion would be men of "straw." It is now proven. What the conservatives have always said has ome true. The draft will take place on theSth cf January. As Lincoln expressed it, "the bullocks will be driven icthe filauehter.", Besides the quotos alrea- dy announced (if not filled by volun teers) 60 per cent, will swell the amount from Cadiz township .t 45 other townships la proportion. If the quoto is filled bv volunteerine there will be tio 60 per cent. Volunteers will get bounty 'ot $3UZ veterans conscripts' sons. We.havo no doubt the $300 exemption will be abolished at tbo opening of Congress, so a per inn m ioht almost as well ' 'J3 - "Gird on the armor ., , And be marchinz alooa vUli tho bounty and th chance of t-reforment which Volrintwa. enjoy r.Wt Consctiptf.., . R3Real the scholarly , and patri otic address of the noble exile, non. C. L. Vallandigham, to the students of the Detroit University in another column. The students crossed the river in a body to hear the address of the great American Statesman, exiled from his own country by the hand of Despotism.' Every sentence indicates the nobility of his nature. His great soul titti far above hi, fiendish perse cutors, and dftells in a higher, purer atmosphere. It will be a proud legacy to leave future generations that 1P0, 000 freemen of Ohio voted for the great principle of Liberty when it was arrayed againBt Despotic Power. Read the address. JK5As Capt. Henry Miller under stands that the account of a fight pub lished in the Republican of week be fore last, as having happened at Jef ferson, was intended to refer to him, he desires us to say that the account is false. . He was not whipped by Jack Croskey, or "any other man." He also wishes it understood that he is ready to meet and whip the said Cros key, or any other Abolitionist of Ger man township who feels disposed, if they will meet liim whero there is no officer of the law to part them, as there was on the occasion above mentioned. Croskey's "loyal" whiskey must be "inspiring" in "story telling." g3"It is rumored that the venerable Judge Taney has resigned his seat on the Supreme Bench, and that Chase has resigned his scat in the Cabinet, and that Chase will take Taney's place. We hope the report may be untrue. We do not believe it. tL.C6lemitn's advertisement makes a big display in to-day's Sentinel; but not near as much of aote as his elegant stock of goods docs in his large store room. If you want good goods, nico goods or fine goods, go to Coleman's, and j'ou can purchase at fair prices. $35 Captain Thomas L. Carnahan, Co. II, 13tU 0. V. I., son of John Ctr nahan, of Cadiz, has been appointed a Paymaster in tho aray. The Cap tain is:"honcst, capable and faithful." Success attend him. Irlcefinir ot llic Dcmocrulic Slate Central Cairtiuiiiuc ot Ohio Stale Couvctttion to be held I Ik; fourth Wednesday ot . march. The Democritjj Stnt Central Cimmittes of Ohio held a meeting in Columbus on the 18th inst. Tho following resolution wore unun mously adoptod, after discussion: 1. Reiofoed, That an early organization of the Democratic party for tho Presidential campaign of 18C4 is desirable, and the State Contial Committee is hereby advised to take tho necessary steps (or that purpose. 2. Jlesolvtd, That a State Convention of tbo Democratic party of Ohio bo held la the city of Columbus, on the Fourth Wednesday of March next. Ao effort was made to have the convention held on the 8th of January but failed by one NOTICE. Shareholders of the First National Dank of Cadiz, are hereby notified that Books will ba opened on Tuesday, tho first day of December nest, for an additional increase of Stock amounting to Forty Thousand Dol lars. t J. S, THOMAS, Trtaidtnt, J. M. Watsos, Cashier. Cadii, Nov. 21, 18S3-2t Uopedalb, Ohio, Nov. 18th, ISG3. Pursuant to notice a mooting of the citi zens of Greene township was held in tho church at Ibpedale on this evening and was organ zed by oiling Ingram Clark to the Chair and appointing J. W. Cassell Secre tary. ' Col. J. S. Pearce then addressed the meet ing at considerable length, urging the citi zens to till their quota of soldiers by volun teering. He was followed by Rev. Captain Tibbals in a short and energetic speech. On motion a nominating Committee con' sisting of Edwin Kegal, Dr. J. B. Crawford and J. V. Cassell, was appointed to nomi nate a Town .hip Military Committee, who should take tbe necessary stoos to raise the men to fill the quota of Greene township. INGRAM CLARK, Chairman. J. W. Cassell, Secretary. Hopkdalb, Ohio, Nov. 19th, 1863. Pursunntto call the nominating Commit tee appointed at a meeting of the citizens of Greene township held in llopedale on the evening of Wednesday No. 18th, met and appointed the following named persons a Towoship Military Committee to canvass the townBhip and endeavor to devise a plan te secure the eighteen volunteers called for from Green township: School District No. 1 Wm. Itee d. " No. 2 J. Bartley Baxter " No. 3 Isaac Holmes " - No. 4 David Moore " No. 6 Walter Craig " No. 6 Ingram Clark " No. 7 Asbury Birney " No. 10 H. S. Black Corporation of llopedale Cyrus McNeely. John W.UASSELL,) J. B. Cbawfobd, Nom. Com. Edwin Reoal, ) It is reported that tbe screw steamer Wa ter Witch foundered in the late gole at Sagi naw uay, it is (opposed tnat all on board perished. . - OtTA Washington correspondent ot an Ohio Chase paper says that the bridal pres ents to Miss Kate Chase, on her recent mar riagejto Seuator Sprague, amounted to nearly ne hundred thousand dollars; that ber hus band is laid to be worth three millions, and that one of (be groomsmen, Capt, Ives, ia also put down at three millions. A "Golden Wedding," to be sure, at tbe Outset, without : On the 19th by the EevV W, .H. Grimes, Mr. Jobs D. Babbioklow to Miss Mast A. Ditslap, all ot Harrison Co. Ohio. On the same day hy the same at his resi dence, Mr. Smith Bbokso of Belmont oo., to Min Calwda Sxitk ot Harrison Colv For the Sea'iael, . . OBITUARY. With a aerrewful heart, and trembling band, I will try to pea a lines, to an oourjce the death of one who was the pride ei her parents and the flower of the neigh borhood in which she lived. A audi, oldest daughter of James and Ann Smith, of Stock township, who died Oct. 28ih, in the UUi year of her age. Ia the bloom of youth, and childhood's innocence, she is taken from atnoug us to dwell onlv in a happier clime, where bappl nsas n always, and sorrow a stranger. Amanda was a beautiful little arirl. In school or at home, slwari pleasant, ebeerfnt. loving, and kind. But alas! that this lair specimen of Earth's angel, was seised by that .fatal disease, (.diptJttria,) and fell victim to "ibis felt destroyer. Friends, Sund ayschool scholars, playmates snd all, let us forever cherish her in our memories. s a fit eiim pie fer our own walk in life. Father, moth er, and sister, weep no more for your child, and sister. She lives with bright and sbin ng angels around God's throne, whet 'tis always home snd always heaven. In early days, the shepherd called Her from Earth's devious wild; And lib's November chilling storms, Are known not to your child. But she is gone And who would call her back again, To learn Birth's care and pain. And wreath arround her quiet heart, Lib's gently severed chain. I want to be an angel hrisht;" Is suntr by her not now, For God has placed the angels crown, Upon her youthful brow. Then weep not for the blighted flower, Whose glad young life is o'er, She is not lost to you sgo, But only gone before. The seraph hands, of fadeless flowers, ' Have twined for her a wreath; She waits for you upon the shore, Beyond the waves of death. ft a soLDisa. A GnKAT Railway Enticrprirb The Atlantic and Groat Western lUilwav, the completion of which to Cleveland has just been celebrated, is expected if reach Cincin nati by the 1st of March. The junction is lone completed by laving a broad gtiage track over the Cincinnati, . Hamilton and Dayton Road bed, and use ins; the new pas senger depot erecting ia Cincinnati in com mon with the latter. A junction will be effected with the Ohio and Mississippi Road, which, being also a broad guagp, will enable trains to leave St. Louis, snd, passing over Uio Atlantic and Great Western rout, reach New York city with out change of cars. The company represents an immense capital, the magnitude of which cannot but render their road one of the great national arteries of trade and travel, with corresponding fa cilities for comfort, safety and speed. Tli EnplUiitrcieclioni. The London correspondent of the New York Herald flays: "The Knelish elections, too. are all of them significant. They nearly every one go against Ltrd Palmerston's administration. I consider it certain that tho cold political thimble rigger will pet thrown out on the first gsneral vote in February or March. The Tories gain on the mongrel party In power, more because that party fails to meet the wishes of the people than trout any great strength of their own.' The Tories are tne tnentis oi tne notttn, and it they, come into power will probably recognize it. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, 50000 POUNDS OK PORK For whieh tho hizhostr'nee will' he paid hv U.S. McFADDSN & CO. CadiiJNov .25, 18M. STRAYED. FROM the farm of Alexander Uedernon Stock townsliio, some time last June, two Vrnrline Heifers. Tne was a red one and the otlisr was a muley spotted one. Any person returning I he same win be pam for their trouble. SAMUEL HENDERSON, of liumley township. Nov. 25, 1863 3t William -'Scotl's Est nil c. NOTICE is hereby given that the under sinned has boen appointed snd quali fied as Rxecntor of the estate of William Scott, late of Harrison county, Ohio, deceased. All interested will talie n'i ce. JOU N SCOTT, Executor. Nrv. 25, 1863-3t INTERNAL REVENUE X A. 3 !E S . NOTICE is horebv civon that tho Anna al I,ist of Internal Itevenuo Taxs assess ed in Hardsell Coitntv. Ohio, lor ld63, is now due and p avnble. 1 Taxes assessed in. this cou tv should be paid at my otiic in Cadin, bafiire the 20tl Dy of December, 1R63. All lncoma Taxes on said List, rBmni'vne unpaid aftor that day will bo c'largfd FIVE pur cent, sdditional, and all nth" Taxes re maining unpaid will bo eharga l TEN per conti additional. , . The penalty, when Incirred, wtl! be requi red in every case the Collector having no dieomtion in the matter. Taxes and penalty unpaid on the 1st of January, 1864, will bo collected by distraint at cost ot tax payers . ' Payment received in Government money , KICHAltD HArroN, Collector lor Harrison County. Nov. 25. 1863-3t ' U. S. 5-20'S. HARRISON BRANCH Of I lie State Bunk of Ohio, at Cadiz, Government Agent for tho National Loan. THE Secretary of the Treasury has not yet given notice of any intention to withdrnw this popular Loan from Sale at Par, and until ten days notice is given, the Harrison Branch Bank of Cadiz, as "General Subscription A eent," willcontinue to tupply the public with Bonds of the denomination ot 50 100 500 and 1000. C.SDEWEY, President. M. J. BnowN, Cashier. Cadiz, November 18, 1803-6t PHOTO G IR'-A-iE3 II G A L LER Y. DAVIS' Gallery of fine arts lias been enlnr ged by tho addition of a commodious Camera room, and titled up in city style, by which he ia enabled to make first class like nesses. His prices range about the same as laat year, without any advance, notwithstanding the in creased advance of every article in the busi- n8SS- . . . He intends also keeping on hand a large as sortment of photograph frames of variova styles at the lowest prices. Tbe finest photograph Albums cheap. Csdfae, Nev.ll.18B3. ETTER Paper and Envelopes, various 1 kinds and qualities, at BE ALL'S. ' FANCY Soaps, Hooey and other Toilet Soaps a cood assortment this day received by ndv 18 mm BIS ALL. s CHOOL BOOKS, a full and fresh supply ai . BE ALL'S. -IfWtBBLS, L A K E SALT A,yv lor sals b j S. McFADBEN fc GO. PHOTOGRAPH Albums, for the Pocket and . Centre Table, a splendid assortment for tne Holidays, ne at and cheap, for sale by JOHN BE ALL. POCKET Diaries, cheap, at for I Dei, t nice article. ' BEALL'3. NOT. A RUffl DRINK! A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED YECETABLE EXTRACT. A PURR TONIC That will Relieve the Afflicted, and NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS. TTt. IIOOI'LA.ND'H . German If titers,, PREPARED BY DR. CMJACKSOST PHILADELPHIA, PA. Will EfTeet taally and most certainly cure all Diteases arislpg from a disordered Livrr , fitomsch, or Kidneys. r'UOUSANOSof our citizens sre sufTerins from Dyspepsia and Liver Dlsessest and to whom the following questions apply we guarantee Hoofland's iterman B'.tters ... WILL CURE THEM. Dyspepia and LIVcr Diverts.' Do you rise with a coated ton jus mornings, with a bad taste in the mouth and poor appe tite for bre.ttasit Do you fee! when you firm get up so weak and languid yon can scarcely get sboutf De yon have dimness in the hoad at times, and often a dullness, with headache occasional'yl . Are your bowels costive and ir regular, and appetite changeable! Do you throw up wind Irom the stomach, and do you awell up often! Do you feel a fulness after eating, and a sinking when the itomach is i mpiyf Do you havto heartburn occasionally Do you feel low spirited, and look on the dark side ot things? Are you not unusually nervoui at limes! Do you not beio.ne reader, ani of ten lay until midnight belore you can go to sleep) and then at times don't you fuel dull and slr.epy most of ttv) timet Is your skin dry and scaly! also sal low 1 In short Is Hot your life a burthen, full of forebodings! Hoi'Dand's German Bitters, will citre every case of chronic or ncrvoin Debility, ' disaaso of the Kidney's, and disea ses arising Irom a disordered . . S'omacu Observe the following symptoms reuniting from Disorders ol the Digestive Organ: Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity ol the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust f r food. Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructntions, Sinking or Hollering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim ming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying poMurc, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before fie Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Defi ciency ol Perspiration, yellowness ol the Skin and Lyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Cheat, Limbs, A'c. Sudden Mushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagining s ol EVil, and great Depression of (spirits. 1'iii'licitlar Notice. There ar many preparations sold under the name of Bitters, put up iu quart bottles, com pounded of the cheapect whiskey or common ruin, costing from to 40 cents par gallon, the taste disguised by Anise or Coriander Serd. This class ol Bitters has cnueed and will continue to cause, as long as tneycan be sold, hundreds to die the death of the drinkard. By iheir use the system-is kept continually under the influence ol Alcoholic Stimulants of the worst kind, tho desire for liquor is created and krpt up and the result is all tho horrors atten dant upon a drunkard's lile and death. For those who desire and will have a Li quor Bittors, we publish the following receipt. Get One Bottle ot Hooiland's German Bitters and mix wills-Three Quarts of Good Brandy or Whisky, and the result will be a prepara tion that will far excel in medicinal virtues and true excellence any of the numerous Li quor Bitters in the market, and will cost much ess. Vou will have all tlio virtues of Hooi land's Bitters n coiiuwjuon witn a good arti cle of Liquor, at a much Icjs prico than thesi inferior preparations will cost you. Hoofland's German Bitters . WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD APPETITE, WILL GIVE YOU STUOXIJ HGtLTtll E1SVES. WILL GIVE YOU Brisk and - Eaci-gctie Feelings WILL ENABLE YOU TO S LBE.B W ELL, And will Positively Prevent YELLOW FEVEp, BILIOUS FEVER, &c. Those sunVing from tiroken Down and Deli cate Constitutions, from whatever cause, either in male or Icmalo, will find in HnoHaud's Gorman Bitters a KemeJy that will . reitore tliem to their usual health. Such has been the case in thousands of Instances, and a lair trial is but required to prove the assertion. Remember thai these Bittcrf are ' And NOT intended as a BEVERAGE. The Proprietors have thousands of letters from the most eminent Olergymen, Lawyers Physicians and m ,r Citisene, Testifying of their own personnl knowledge, to the beneficial effects and medical virt ucs of these Bitters. From Rev J. Newton Brown. D. D., Editor of the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Althouyh not disposed to favor or recommend tiotent Medicines in cenernl. through ilintrnai ol their ingredients andcfl'octs,! yet know of iiuBuuicieni reasons wny s man may not testi ly to the benefits lie believes Inutsell to have rccoivod from any aitnple preparation, in the nope mat ne may contribute to the bencht of others 1 do this the more readily in regard to Hco f land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson of this city, becauao 1 wus prejudiced against them for many years, under the im pression that they were chietly an alcoholic mixture, l am indented to my friend Robert Shoemaker, E:a., for the removal of thin ore. judice by proper tests, and lor encouragement iu iry mem, wiieu ouiiering iron; great ono long continued debility. The use ol throe bot tiesof these Bitters, at the beginning ol the present year, was followed by evident relief ond restoration to a degree of bodily and men ial vigor which I had not felt lor six months before, and had aim st despaired of regaining. 1 therefore thank God an uiy friend lordiroci ing me to the use ot them. J. NEWTON BROWN. Philad'a, June 23. IBM. Diseases in Kidneys and Bladder, in young or aged, male or female, are speedily removed, and the patient restored to health DELICATE CHILDREN, Those suffering from MAHaSMUS, wasting away, wtth scarcely any Mesh on their bones, are cured in a very short time; one bottle in such cases- will have a most surprising effect. PAKENT3 Having suffering children as above, and wish ing to raise them, will never regret the day they commenced with these Hitlers. L1TERAKY MEN.Sl'UDKN T3, And those working hard with their brains, should always keep bottle of Hoolianda Bit tera near them, us they will him mnuh benelit from its use, to both mind and body, invigora ring and not depressing. ft is not a Liquor btimulant, and leaves no prostration. ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! And the friends ol Soldiers. We call the aitention ol all having relations or friends in the army to the fact that "HOOF LANDS German Bitters" will cure nine-tenths of the diseases induced by exposures and pri vations incident to camp life, in the lists, pub lished almost daily in the newspapers, on the arrival ol the sick, it will be noticed that a very large proportion are suffering from debili -ty. Eveiy case of that .kind can be readily cured by Hoofland's German Bitters. We have no hesitation ia stating that if these Bitiers were lreely used among our soldiers, hundreds of lives might be saved that otherwise would be lost: . ' ' i The proprietors are daily receiving thankful letters from surlbrers iu the army and hospital, who have been restored to health by the use of these Bitters, aent them by their friends.- JrBeware of Counterfeits! See that "C M,JAOKSOiN"is on the WK.APPEK. !of oach Bottle. Price per Bottle 75 cents. Or half dozen for 44,00. Should your neareat druggut not have the article, do not be put off by any ol the intoxi cating preparations that may -be offered in its place, but send to us, and we will rorward, se curely packed, by express , . rrinciuai uinue anu manuiactory. No. 631, Arch St. JONES & EVANS, (Successors to C. M. Jackson & Co.,) Proprietors. JO-FOR SALE by Druggists and Dealers ia very town in the United btalea, tgt oft y Juan ottAuu, waou, OStSj, dkt it, wao-iy SELLING OUT!iteAes, Ctocw, -m . . Ik o in g I Uotngi I have just received one of the Largest Stocks of EVEft BfiFOIlfi OKKEliED IN This Market In the way ov -AND- BLEACHED MIJSLINSI 'nCivlKGS, SatisetV CHECKS; T WEEDS, FARMERS A MECHANICS CAS31MERB L1N.SEYS, COTTON FLANNELS, Sliirtin?; Flannels, Of Ell A FLANNELS PRINTS, GINGHAMS. BLACK FRENCH CLOTH BLACK DOESKIN CASSlNEKE, Famcy French Cassimere, Ac, Ac, Ac, CLOAKING CLOTH. Furs, lioes; IALSV10RAL SKIRTS. FRENCH SACQUES, TALMAS, SHAWLS It IP IE & DON -T PURCHASE UNTIL YOU SEE OUR 1'LAIX AXI) FAJfCi" BROCADE SILKS, PRINTED & PLAIN 31 ERIXOES, LEATHER COL'D ALFACCA, ... - STRIPED CRArKS, ' STRIPED ENUUES, ' ORIENTAL LUSTRES, ROUBAlX & POPLINS. IN THE WAY OF EMBROIDERIES, Footing, Frilling, Colleret.s, Imperatrice, Crape Collars, Embroidered Collars, Veils M ournina llandkorchlels, dec. Now, one word to ail whom it may concern, if you want ; t . D0T FORGET TO CALL AT THE OLD STAND. Call oae. eall all. call early', and don't forget ' forget to bring aleng seme of your as we take them at far. Cadis, Nor. Nt)oa. JOHN COLEMAN. 0 Q G B S I GOOD BARGAINS .ITTP'.WTP.ir.TOV v -haa w w aa m a w a JYotions JYolions FANCY GOODS AUD FANCY GOODS HAS now on hands a good assortment of Hoods lbs snore line, wnicn nas been OOUght low, auo consequently, be will sell them at very low prices. His goods are aM nice and Ircsb, and cannot (ail to pieaea buyers, both in quality and : prices; hs therefore solio its an examinatioa of his stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere in so doing, he teen connasni mat ne win meirit a large shirs of public patranage. He keeps no Watches but whs tare'.aelectod with great care, and con- equentty, all watcrea sold are warranted tim Keepers or no sale. Hue Uold Hunting Englis Levers, full jeweled, front.'. 1i to0 Kine Gold Hunting Swtsi Leeers, full jeweled, from , 35 to ii fine Isold open laced Jevera and Le- pines, Irom 20 to 35 Heavy huntine Silver Snellen Levers. full jeweled, frnni t.35 to 40 Heavy hunting Silver English LeVcre, seven jewels, from 87 to 35 Hunting Swiss Lever and Lepines, four jewels, i.-om. 12 to 16 Silver open laced Lever's and Lepmea.. 8 to IS Curving Finder stints, Br'st Pins in great variety oi styles and prices. Lnli-8 Void Chains and LM-ket Void Vest aud Fob Cbaiu. Gold and Silver SpetlaMcn. uold ana silver Spcf Incles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. tioioana Oliver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Uold and Silver Spectacles. Sliver, German and plated table and tea. Spoons Pocket-books and Portrhoniee in great i: i. i , variety niia pocKd-nnives, snears. ana scissors, line Razors, coral glass on wax spaoq Lots ofother nice things too numerous to mention. Call in friends, everything sold is warranted as repre sented. Main St., Opposite tbe Pnblic Buildings, Cadiz, Dec. 23.-1853- SIARTLTGH. LEEINVADIKG MAKYLAND AND BROWN & BRO. ISVADING CAI53 With the best assortment of i PIECE GOODS, &C, For Gent's wear. Also the latest style of Ever offered in this country, and at prices so low as to astonish the 'Oldest Inhabitant1 "Or nnv other man," whther Jew or llentile. Wo mean what we sv. Cull and Examine our goods and aatisl'y yourselves that f r ' Qualitv, Style, Neatness, Dura bility and Cheapness, the like was never before witnessed in Cadiz Ill ShotwelPs Boom, O Door above tho Express Office, Market Street. . BKOWN & BrtO. Cadiz, Ohio, October 21, ldtil . LATEST I FORTS SUMTER & WAGNER ' - T -A. U3 TXT! ; CHARLESTON El THE firm of G. S. Atkinson & Co , is this ' day dissolved by mutual consent, and. all persons knowing themealves to bejndebted to said firm, either by note or book account, will please call and settle. The business hereafter will be carried on under the name of G S. ATKINSON & SON, luk, ..A .i .Li. .tmA ,u.:. r.ll ..nnL consisting of every variety ol goods, such aa Silks, DcLaincs, Prints, Qucflns- w are, Boots, Shoes, IJats, Caps. Hoods, Flannel . Shirts, Drawers, Hoop Skirts, &c. Pluaae esll and eziunlno our atock of ffoods before Durchasinir elsewhere, and we will con vince you that we aell cheaper tot CAjJHor rKuui'cu man any otner store in faun. , Oepi. 10, IBM. . LADIES TETTING SHUTTLES, . Crotchet Needles, - : Knitting Needles, (.f i ;; Sewing Needles, extra good : " Pen-knivea of all kinda, ;' Table Cutlery, " Aaesenrtment oi the ecUbratedl India Kub- berlhaadled uele eatlery warranted to stand not water, 10:0 oob.sSM- 100 H bbla. Mackerell. . . : :, New Orleans Molasses and Syrups, for sale by U.S. MxFADDEN A CO. epril 7, '1863. ' '' ft BEEN Window Vaper, a iieah supply of VJI double ana common green vv inaow ra per, iual received t . . JOHN LALLU. SIRH DERED WILLIAM McADOO- ITTOULO reepectral!? InfoA tha fnosto VT Harrisoa soamy that Us ia prpars4 i do all kinds of Paintine, Graining, Qhlzlvg, Pa per Hanging, rind Sign ami Oitisacntal Pointing, in a rr'-s eiivai to any that cett bo dona sy an woramau in bis lios. His one, are asreaaoaabls as t hn rimes wtl j af art, and hs will warrant bis work tajiso miicii.ni. A share of pstronat: Is solicited. Csll a the subscriber in Cadia. Cad it,' April IS. I-WS ly, M Mb- Benjamin Watklmoai OFFERS his aenrieeete the eilaent of C4Ma and urroondinf country, ir) the an of House IAinlia,Gralalnt?, Paper Hanffinir, Vtsnslsblnir aadajl kindaof Imitatlott in Wood, Sum and Marble, Also. Sign painting attended to, oa the most rertconalilo terms. These wishing to hare Paintinf dona Is the bestead mast modern style would do well to give him a Call, as ha endeavors to do his wofe in t neat, aubitanlial, Snd workman-like er. Cadis, Ohio, Mar II 1 HIGHLY IMPORTANT to Hi JSl. 3D x in d. OWING to the very great diflteclty af oW uining a good NEEDLE, 1 .hive lake an agency for ths sal of S L O ODS' - CELEBRATED AHEElCAtf tfEEDLSS. These Needles are adf of SPRING STEEL and are the very best: n uae. Being aatra drilled, oval eyed, they will aot cut the thread , snd tapered from the middle down ti tbe poin t they run lreely through the cloth, and Jkey sell st the S AME PRICE CK POOR COMMON PEEBLES BE SURE YOU OBT . " " ll Tt O Ol)' m GENU I W 14 bt'kNiSHfcD-EYBD ' 1ST 12 E D L S S . N. A, HANS A. Cadis, August 19, 1863-tf JOHN BE ALL, AND BOOK-SELLER Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio. I"l" AS always on hand the following, at Tetf i low prices: Tartaric Acid Ginger) Knot & O. Cloves Nutmegs Coperaa Wash Blue . Shoe Blacking " " Cookine Eitrscts Epso-a Salts Cream Tartar -Soda Super Carb. do Carb. Window Class ThermoMhtets Sperm and Star faad)ea CiunamOii , J'.xtract Logwood , Lamp Blhck . IndiirO Concentrated Lye uiue Starch Also a good vnpply of Faints, Oils, Brush os, Dyes &.C., &c. School Books, MisoeU lancous Works, Bibles and Testaments. 'I'd largest and cheapest stock of Wall Paper in the country. Intks, Pena, Pencils, Taper, Toy Books ami Notions, a good variety and cheap. Call Stad examine them. ' l5ec. 19, '60. S. Courccllonary a ntl Variety Stt . Opposite tie PuWic Buildings, Cadiz, OIii6 S. FERGUSON respeelfully ,. Informs r. " frlendi that be is still in the business it the building directly opposite the Public Build inusi where he offorsfor sale a large and we . selected aeosrtment of Confectiouariea, & among which may bs fonnd the following: Common & fancy Candiesof all kinds, Almofaj , filberts. Cream and Pea Nuts, Raisins, Figs, Bates, French Curranta. Sugar, Soda, Buj ter and Water Crackers, Western Re serve snd, English Cheese, Ground -and Bark Cinnamon, Popper, Uingei, Alsoice, 5t Starch, , Fine and Common CI - gars. Tobacco aud V " ' t SnnflT, Pulvericed WhiteSuirar, assorted PlcA les and Pepper Sauce, Combe, Port M no tee. and Pen Knives, Visiting Cards aAd K- .. velopes,- Watch Chaina, Keys and Ouards, a fine let of commoa r -. Jewelry, TOYS of all . , , descriptions. ' ' , '" TAa he intends to soil cheap, he hopes ktk friends and the publiegeneralty will favor ham with their patronage. . ; , ; KrCountry Contectionarlea eln be supplied sthlsestahlishnientonthe vory best terms, . F AIRB ANHS " ' STANpARH . 3 O -A-XjIHO OF ALL KINKS. .. . Also, Warehoeee Tteeks, Les ter Presses, 4.C." ' Fairbanks, Oreenleaf A Oo. , , 172, Lake Street, CHICAGO. " " Sold in Cleveland by S. F. & F. BUKOBM,' W"Be careful to buy only the genaiae.4 NEW BAKERY. C. WASNEH WOULD respectfully inform the ettisenf ev Cadixand vicinity that ha keeps eor stsntltf nn hands St his New ftakArr ' ,m Maw ket street, one door south of George s Crooery, all kinds of BREAD, CAKES, etc, which b will soil at ressonoble prices. ... tie alao keeps Cigara, Candies, Ae. Cadiz, Ohio, April (3, ISfiil-ly. Wall Paper ! Wall Paper!, (TtHE nh-rihrlaltes nlunu la IK..il X attentiah of the public to hia large and well selected atock of Wall Papers, just reeei vine for the Bpring and Summer trade. Hia. atock consists ol $0,000 pieces with 400 differ- on? patterns, ranging in price frodMeenta te l,0u per piece, togetnev with every Variety f ouruBiB, vtiuuuw wmiui sveufuoav lev Fannel Work, Ac, Ae. . . He has alao on hand a aomilete aaaorbtieat of School, Historical, Medical, Religious ape Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Blsak BoqktV ate, 4t.e., which will be Sold Woleaala adre tail as cheap as they can be had West ol Ma Mountains. Give me a esll. " . , I. .LATT0., March .-S. - ' !El-II3iytCXreaXL. fl 8. McKADLEN A. CO.. bate rvxnorU 11. into their New Store. We shall bo ptes. , ed to see aur friends and to wait upon them fa oar Hue. We have a lar ge stock MUooda, aot expect to have weekly arrivals, fceaptuf pas wiiBlhewsaisotiaepuuiio.. . , , Cadia, AptHJ, tw3. ; U I INE rRENCII GL)GKB mm wnafviwf Waterbory CleS, Clocks wWislea,eeJ Cleats wiiaoat alarm.: Claelis I ream M r Bl. VWM atsutlasaeei . . AA if"