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Twa tinia three moniha ... ........ ate ail moniha... 40, twelve month Three asjaa'SB, tkraa montka. . tiJonthi..ii. ..... ...... ao twelve months...........' rreftssienal cerds, ona year..,.. gal advvrlsemente! ana or thrca in.' 9,00 ,oo f,oo 8,00 13,00 8,00 11,00 J 5,00 J,00 serlions, pr square oi leu unci. 1.M JO ,0o Click iskeeauent insertion,pr eqaar,. Divorce notices, not exceeding 10 linn.. Btk additional ten lines.... i... .... .. Attachment amices.. .' Adaiinistrstor'eor Exeeutor't notices.... Aaeeeneement of msrrisces and daatka t,00 t.oo .P0 Irea Obituary, charitable and religiouenoticsa .v par litw Takulsr advertisa.Aenls will ka charged . at double price. BaelBese notices ia localeoluma.ten linai ; . r ar lea 1.00 torAlfr tfal advertisements, - divorce, at aakment.adiiiiniatrator'a executor'e, obituary , akaritabla, religious an buaineaa nolle, to be aid far in all casee, in advance. - x 'v 11 HATTON, Editor Republican. " C. N. ALLEN, Editor Sentinel. New Terms for the Sentinel, S A YEA It A FTEB MAY I, ' Wc fiad it impossible with the pre sent hieh price of living, paper, ink. labor, &c, to make the publishing cf th Cania sentinel pay 3 anything like a reasonable compensation, at its present price henre, after the 1st of azt May, (when the new volume lie- fine,! our terms will be $2 a year, ami $2,50 a year if not paid before the ex piration of the year. Those who have expected) receive it for $1,50 a yvar, will not be disappointed if they pay by tho 1st ef next May-and now is the time for all who desire to take tho paper, to do so, and pay in advance before that time, " That the Sentinel will he well worth all that we ask for it, uo one will doubt, who is or be comes one of it3 patron. Democratic Comity Convention The Democracy of Harrison Coun ty'are requested to meet in Convention in the Court House in CADIZ, on SATURDAYS 'JsIARCIl 12 th, 1864, at 1 o'clock, P; M., for the purpose of appointing delegates to the coining Democratic Stato -Convention, to be held at Columbus on the fourth YVed jeday in March, and for the trans acting of. such', other business as the Convention may deem proper. . : It ia hoped that the ' Democracy of the several townships will take early tens to secure a full attendance. This meeting is the opening in this enmity of the great Presidential cam paign of 'i8G4. Let us all go and take tvo,u,qel. together. .,. Messrs. Estep and Donahue will address the meeting. ,9'-' 'ALLEN; Chairman. Pi Donahue, Secretary: m "r -Vi v 1 -; r t i n rnr-m 4"The Stuben villa' k Indiana Railroad was sold on last Saturday, 13, Sieubenville, .for. .$1,600,000, tp parties mostly in the east. Judge Bostwick, a member of the Military Court appointed by the Secretary of War to try prisonors of State, is at honje, in poor health. g36E"The reader is referred to the advertisement oi Mrs. Mary Collins in another column of to-dstys's paper. Mrs. Collins is a good artist,1 and' we faelsafe in recommending her to all vrho wish a good picture. ;., , c .,, , ,': On our first page will be found the Conscription law, in its amended form, as it passed both Houses of Con gress.. Read it carefully, and judge f it wisdom fot yourselves. ". , SHanna, at his News room, on Market street, wants ' people to come and see, his splendid Photograph Al bums, Wall Paper, Perfumery, New Pictures, New Books of all kinds, and ether articles innnmeraMe. , ., Hanna, evide'ntlyr!maderstands his business, and his establishment is a credit to the town. "Call and see," by all means. USuThe soldiers' relief . bill has passed both -Houses of the Legisla ture. It aothorifcs a State 'levy' of twoiritlls; tiscretionary county levy . t :it I . .:m i c half a mill. This tax will, it is esti mated, yield in the aggregate $3,000,- ooo. " Thb Weather. -Sunday was a 'it grew cold, and oa Monday morning the earth was covered with a fine coating- of snow, which, being somewhat "skslrr'- renders it uncomfortable for pedestrians. -A March open with the snow of winter; acoording to the "old Buying it will close mi !d. , vJIol'WR xHa Fkoktieb Skevicb. tjuite a number of recruits have starr ed latelv for the distant West to en ter the frontier service. The romance and exeiting adventure of that distant region is very enticing; so much so th i0 the temptation wa3 too strong for a lot of yoiinj; boys about Cadiz, who, giving their parents "the slip," ran off and v-jfMtt?jpr4 to this serriee. I'ompanr II, lSlhOhio. ' This noblo company the first to respond when the firing upou Fort Sampter called the nation to arms arrived at Cadi on lst Thursday evening, after an absence of nearly three years; and wat received by ouf cititens with enthusiastid demonstra tions of joy. What -changes have taken place since they first took the ''war path." Then it was thought that 75,000 men was an ample numbef with which to subdue the rebellion, now we have the i enormous number of over 2,00 0,000 calleifout, and the' "end is not yet;" then War wasiomething new, a matter of wonder and astonishment, no w it is reduced to a' business, and .has assu med gigantio proportions setdom,;1f erer, equalled in the. 'history of the world; then the train that carried aff a few recruits was a matter of deep interest f6.pj''fto'if.tlio.'. rushing train carries , its ' hundreds without much more than a passing thought; then a skirmish was called a battle, and one of our monster modern battles was but a fable of history.' 1 But tho changes that have taken placo in this company how marked ! So many of them going from the immediate vicinity of town, they have been watohed with peculiar interest fey our people. When they first went oat, they numbered, over ninety men, now but a remnant of about twenty remain. Their comrades have fallen on almost every battle fiald of the west. JJrora Camifex Ferry to Chat tanooga they have left comrades, dear to them as brothers, in tho cold em brace of that "sleep which knows no waking."' Noble men! every one of them. ; '; Hearn, Laizure, Randall) Miller and the rest of the sleeping brave3 wore not pcrmttted to again see their loved ones, but their memor ies will bo ever cherished by all as the self-sacrificing heroes which they re ally were. God bless every member of the no ble Thirteenth --.Veterans - proven true on every battle-field, oa . every toilsome march. .Give each and all a hearty welcome. Gone lo the Wars. Col. Pearce 6tarted for Columbus on last Monday morning with some forty or fifty men, mostly recruited in Harrison county. We understand the Colonel will endeavor to f-et the as sent of th Secretary of War to his going direct to his regiment. The Colonel has labored hard, and has been moro successful in recruiting than tha most sanguine . anticipated. lie has stirred up the feelings of the peo ple, and secured to each man rccruit ol a liberal bounty, which they un doubtedly deserve. A finer set of men never left tbe county than those who left last Monday morning. May God guard aud protect them and give them a safe return to home and friends. jggyWe have received from our Congressman, Hon. J. W. White, some fifty: packages , of tho best Tobacco Seed, wHich we will distribute among our friends. Wo have enough to plant fifty acres. Those who wish to ex periment inJj'obacco will have a good opportunity. " ''. jSjg8"Streets,.tlie Medina murderer of the McCoy ' family, was executed on last Friday, the 5itth ult. The crowd in attendance, was estimnted at 15,000 ; po'opje. '. . Great excitement prevailed, the people tearing down the high fence that enclosed the grounds, determined to have the exe cution public. jJThe German Reformed Mes senger has received a letter frrm a friend in China, in which it is stated a great discovery is reported to have been recently mado by a surgeon of the English army fn China, hy theway of.au effectual cure of small ' pox. The mode of treatment is as follows: When the preceding fever is at its hefght, and juit cefore the.- eruption appears, the chest is rubbed with cro ten:oil .and,;-tartaric ointment. - This causes tho whole of tho eruption to appear on, that part of the body, to the relief of the rest. It also secures a full and complete eruption, and thus prevents the .disease from attacking the internal organs. "This is ! said to be the mode of treatment in the English army, and js regarded .as a perfect cure. ' ' "' "JswsLgvaoii as Anti LlJtCOL!- Ciroi; LA "Under theabovo heading, ttie Cleve land Leader (Lincoln Abolition) nays anoth er Circular hag come into its possession, "in which an attempt is made to undermine pop ular confldeneo in Mr. Lincoln in time lor the Convention of June 7th." :r, , Tlie Ltadtr lu.rlher say "that Ilia people may we the malignity o' thee not "oopaer head." but Chase! att&ckg," it gives "Mr. C iau'i Iriends the benefit of the emphasi- a follows: v " The one term principle ia a part of the polit cal faith of the people. The people have lost all confidence ia his ability to sup press the rebellion and restore the Union." "Vacillation and indiclsion have been tho real cause why our well appointed armies bave not succeeded in the destruction of the rebellion." ' : ' -- - - ; "The cant about Honest Old Abe was at first amusing, it then became ridiculous, but now it it absolutely erimnal." Tho Leader adds that Jed'. Davis is gpo ken of in the Circular "a a man of fine pow ers sod compared with, Ar. Lincoln." On. ly think; reader, ol Chasoites eomparing Jeff Davie and Abe Lincoln. .- What will the red real Liiwalmle ie about itT , ,.' . , The New rk Trlbtine Airninal . frcsleleiai Lteicol' lleauiua- The Mew York rn7an of fabruary t3, is out ia a strong against tba rennmination Of President Lincoln by th Republican par ty. It ajs: ' "Ko duubt, a great majority of those who together tritimubed aa Unionists in the Stale elections ol 1303, if required to vote for Pre riddnt to-morrow would vote Mr. Lincoln. They would have no fair opportunity to make another choice. But so the great bod y oi Federalists of 1800 undoubtedly pre ferred John Adams for Presideat; yet run ning him de'eated and broke down their par ty; hen, had they supported John Jay in stead they would bare triumphed, and had before them long years ol power and useful nesa. So a great majority of the Katinal Kepublicane of 1828 preferred John Quincy Adams for a second term; but tbey were beaten with him neertheles more disas trously than they eould bave been had he ftivan place to ilenry Clay. So Martin Vaq Buren ws the undoubted first clioice of 'the jrreat body of the Democrats in 1S40, while Gen. Harrison was not the first choice of the Whig; yet Harrison beat Van Buren more overwhelmingly than Clay could have done. The party that gratified its pre'erence was routed; the party that sacrificed its prefer ence was sweepinp:ly triumphant. And so in the election respectively ol Polk and Pierca..' But we need net pursus these il lustrations. "It has been settled we think well set tled by the deliberate action of both po litical parties, that a President in office is j not to be re-elected unless under the pres sure of extraordinary ctrcumsances. It was for over 'orty years t he general rule to elect for a second term; for the list thirty years no President has been rechosen." An amendment of the Constitution, making a President ineligible for a cecond term, has been aften urged we think not wisely. Better leave the matter where it is in the handi of the people. They will, at long in. tervals, decide that a necessity for re elec'ion exists; when none such is obvious and pres sing, they will decline to rc elect. We do not s.e bow this could be improved. "The practical question, then, is this: Hat Mr. Lincoln proved so transcendently able and admirable a President that all con sideration ol the merits, abilities and servi ces of others should be postponed cr fore borne in favor of hi re election? This is a question whereon, pending the definite Re lection of our candidttes, there should be the utmost freedom of opinion and - expres. sion. We answer it in the nesaive. Meait ily agreeing that Mr. Lincoln has done well, we do not regard it as at all demonstrated, that Gov. Chans, Gea. Fremont, Gen. But ler or Geo. Grant can not do as well. We freely admit Mr. Lincoln's merit; but we insist that they are not such as to eclipse and obscure those of all tha statesmen and soldiers who have aided in the great work of saving the country from disruption and over throw. And. if others have done as well in their respective sphere, then we hold that the genius of our institutions, the sglu tary one-term principle, which has been es titblUhed by the concurrence of each of our great parties, and by the action of the peo tie, overruling either in turn, counbels the choice of another from among Our eminent Unionists for President from and after March 4. JS65. Such are our sonvictions. We place them before our readers in company with those ol the Legislatures and Conuentions which hive indicated an opposite conclusion, and a-'k thatjudgment be rendered in accord with the preponderance, not of authority, but of reasons." Hklioiovs Noticb. -The Uev. J. S. Mo Cready, Capt. 120. h Ohio regiment, will preach in tho City Hall, this a'ternooa. Ser vicss will commence at half past three o'clock Statesman Ftb. 28. g3"Brilles is selling his large stock of Overcoats at COST. tf. ai ' lown Properly for Sale. The valuabl" two story brick house, on the corner of Waaren and Ohio streets, Cadix, Ohio, will be sold on reasonable terinii if spplicttion be made soon. Tho bouse contains eight rooms, cellar, &c. Apply to W. a. BEEBE, Cadiz, oi Mrs. NAXCY BEEBE, on the premises. Codia, Feb. 21, 1864-tf ME W AO VEliISEWTsT 108. 108. 108. COME AND MY LARGE STDCK OF PnOTOGMPH ALBUMS! If you wish to buy a fine Albnm very cheap, call ou me at once. WALL PAPER; Large a'oek and splendid pattern f, very cheap, new styles Borders. Perfumery! A new lot, fine styles and good. NEW PI CTUR ES I General aasortment of Notiona jim received . New Books of All Kinds, ''.' " AT - 3T. .A.. THJnSTJ'B, 108, Market Street. Cadii, March 9,1864. ;' j , . .s MRS. M HEY COLLINS , MAY still be found at her looms In Cadii, prepared at all timea tr, table Picture Hheia now prepared to Pho'oijrsprt oM Pic tures ol any size. She will spare nn efiVt to impart s atialaclion. She respectfully aolicita patron nee. To allihoae in the country, who have fivor ed her with thrr kin ineoarl patronage, she ia happy in tendering a most grateful acknowl edgement. ftl arch 8, 1864. John M iifllu'ii Estate. THB undersigned has ben duly appointed and qualified as Administrator on the ea tafe ol Jotin Muffin, late of Harrison c t-unty, Ohio, deceased. All interested will pioaie lake notice. i . ... JOHN RAMSEY, Adminstrator.'; March , J86-3t J oil Eaicp'a Eiie VTOT1CE is hereby given that the u nder. siznea nae twen uuir appointed and qualified as tne it-xecutoi ol tbe last will end teatament of John balep. late ol Harrison ouuaiv. Ohio, deceased. ANDKBW K3TBP, Executor. NOT A RUM DRINK! A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VKCETAIILR EXTRACT. A PURR TONIC - That will Relieve the Afflicted, aad NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS. TIt. tlOOFIilJH'8 German Bitters, PREPARED BY DR. C.3M. JACKSON PHILADELPHIA, PA. Will Effectually and moat certafnly ears all Di.eatee ari.irg Trom a DisorJered 'Liver, Stomach, or Kidneys.. r'tlOL'SANDS of our citixena are aufferinz from Dyaprpaia and Liver Diseases, and to whom the following questions apply we guarantee Hooflind's "ierman Bitters WILLCl'KE THE VI. Dyaprpsiti and Itver Olrnsc. Do you rise with a coated tooius mumihge, with a bad laate in ilia mouth and poor appe tite for brea.itaaif Do you- fee! when you tirat gat upao weak and languid you can scarcely get aboutf De yon havediztinesa in the head at times, and often a dullness, with headache occasionally! Are your bowels cojtii'e arid ir regular, and" appetite changeable? Do you throw op wind from the stomich,and do you awell up orient Do you feel a fulness after eating, and a ainking When the itomach is empiyt Uo you have heartburn occasionally! Do you feel low spirited, and look on the riark side ut thinnsf Are you not unusually nervous at limes I Do you not becoiiie restless, aaJ ol ten lay until midnight before you can ko to sleep! and then at tunes don't you feel dull and sleepy most of" me lime? Is your akin dry and acaiyf also aallow? In ahorl ia not your life burthen, full of forebodings! Hootland'a tier man Killers will cure every case of chronic or nervona Debility, disease of the Kidney'a, anddisea ' ees arising trom a disordered .S'omaca Observe the following symptoms resulting from DtBo.-ders of the Digestive Orien t: Conatiuation. Inward Pilea. Fulnnu nf Rlnn.l I to the Head, Aciduy of the Stomach, Nauaea, neartnurn. uisgust tor lootl, ruliiBssor Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim ming of the Heao, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Hcitfocating Sensations when in a lying pooturo. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in tlnWlead, Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ac Sudden r lushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagining a oi Evil, and great Depression ol hpirita. Fai-iicular Motlcc There ari many preparations aold under the name of Bitters, put up in quart bottles, com pounded of the cheapest whiskey or common ruin, costing from v!o to 40 cents par gallon, the tate dioguised by Anise or Coriander So'd. This class oi Billers baa couved and will continue tu cause, as lonsras tneycan be sold, huiidrtiU to die the death the drunkard By their use thesyatcm ia kepi continually under the influence ol Alcoholic Stimulants of the worst kind, the desiro for lirjuor is created and krpt up and the result is all the horrors atten dant upon a drui.kard's lile and death. For those who desire and will have a Li quor Bitters, we publish the following receipt, liut One Bottle of Uoofknd's lierninn Bitiers and mix with Throe Qt'arts of Hood Brandy or WfSsky, and the result will be a prepara tion thul will fur oicel in medicinal virtues and true excellence any of the numerous Li quor tiiliervin the market, and will coat much less You will have all the virluea of Hool laud's Bitters 13 connection witn a good arti cle of Liquor, at a much less price than thess inferior pieparaiions will cost you. Hoofland's German Bitters WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD APPETITE, WILL GIVE YOU STliOXU HEALTHY Eli YES. ' WILL GIVE YOU IJri.sk ami Energetic Fccliss, , WILL ENABLE YOU TO SLEEP WELL, And will Positively Prevent YELLOW FEY EE, BILIOUS'FEVEII, drc. Those suffering from BroUei Down and Deli cats Constitutions, from whatevor cause, cither in male or Icmile, will find in flooiiand's Uermau Bitters a Remedy thai will tebtore them to their . usual lienlth. Such has been the case in thousands of Instances, and a lair trial is hut required to prove the assertion. Remember thai these Bitters are And NOT intended as a BtVERAGE. The Proprietors have thousands of letters Iroin the moat eminent Olergymen, Lawyers Phyaicians and Citizens, Testifying of their own personal knowledge, to the beneficial effects and medical virt ucs of thae Bitters. .... From Kev. J. Newton Brown. D. D... Editor, of tho Encyclopedia of iteligious Knowledge.' Althouch not diSDnsed to favor or recommend Batent Medicines in general, through distrust of their ingredients and effects, 1 yet know of no sufficient reasons why a man may not testi ly to the benofits he believes himself to have received I rom any simple preparation, in the hope that ho may contribute to the benolit of others ., 1 do this the more readily in regard to Hcof. land's German bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson of this city, because 1 'was prejudiced against them for many years, under the im pression that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture, 1 am indebted to my friend Robert Shoemaker, Eq., for the removal oi this pre judice by proper teste, and lor encouragement to iry mem, wnen suttering iron: great and long continued debility. The use ol throe bot tiesot these Bitters, at the beginning ol the present year was followed by evident relief and restoration toa degree of bodily and men tal vigor which I had not felt lor six months before, and had almist despaired of regaining. 1 therefore thank God an i my lrieud lor direct ing mo to the use ol them. J.NEWTON BROWN. Piiilao'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 DELICATECHtLUltEN, Those suffering Irom IViAR.iSlUS, wasting sway, with scarcely any flesh on their bones, aro cured in a very . short time; one bottle in such cases, will have a in cut surprising odeul, r Aiti..n is Having suffering children as above, and wish ing to raise liiem, will never regret the day they commenced with tnese Hitters. LITERARY MEN, Sl'UUr-iN TS, And those working hard with their brains. should always keep s bottle ol Hoollands Bit ters near them, as ihey will liua mnch benelit trom us use, to both mind and body, lnvigora- ring and not depressing. jt is not a Liquor biimmant, ana leaves no prostration. , ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! And the Iriends of Soldiers. We call the attention ol all having relations or friends in the army to the fact tha. '"HOOK- DO Liermin bitters" will cure nno-lenths of the diseases induced by exposures and pri vations incident to camp life. In the lists, pub lished almoxt daily in the newspapers, on the arrivaloi the sick, it will be noticed that a very huge proportion are suffering Irom debili -ty. rJveiy caseol that kind can be readily cured by lluollaiid'a Uermau timers. We have uo hesiiation l:i staling mat if theae Bitiors were Ireely used among our soldiers, liuudieda ol lives mighl be saved that otherwise would be lost. ' The proprietors are daily receiving thanktul letters trom suite rers in the army and hospital., who have beeu resiored to healtu by ihe use ol tnese Biuers, sent tho in by their friends ffTHeware of Counterfeits: See that "C M, JACKSON "is on tne WRAPPER ot each Bottle. Price per Bottle 7S cents. Or halt dozen for $4,00. Should yeur nearest druggUt not have' the article, do not be put oti' bv any oi the intexi cating preparations mat may be olierou) iu its place, but auud to us, and we will lorward, se curely packed, by exprebs' !' il- Priucipal Oliice and Manufactory, ,.'.:'-. , 0. Ml, Arch d I, ,; i .- : JONES - & EVANS, , , .' (Successors to C. M. Jaaason X Co.,) " r "' . Proprietors.' ftCrt'OK BALE by Druggists and Dealers in every town in the Unites States, ' For Sale by JrHl BE. ALL, Csdis.lnila, te, , M,M3-iy., - -Jll' ID. 'At the residence of the bride's parents, near Flushing. Feb. tl, br Elder P. H. Jones, Mr Evas ft." Caa.aiit.KK, and Mix D. CuEnsr.B. On the 18th Feb 133. at the residence of the brides parent', br P.sv. Wm. Mc Cracked, Mr. Jon F. BaAcxcx, of Free port tp.. Harrison Co., and Mrs. Xiowi II. Cramer, of Washington Tp., Tuscarawas Co.. Ohio. On same day. at the residence si the brides Mother by the same, Mr. NatioKaL Ht'DSOM, and Miss CaroMki VAsnmbKa, all of Perry Tp., Tascarawas Ca. Ohio. EOCKT MOUNTAIN SERVIC "Has, 25 HEGUUITS WANTED FOR Co, F, llth Regiment. 0, V. C- NOW STATlONiD AT Fort Hallcck. Idaho Trrrttoryt "7"OUNG men of Harrison county, turn out X and enlist in Company "F," llth (). V. C. This is the last np.ioriuni'y you will have to enlist in the frontier service, it is the most desirable service that one could wish for. The scenerv and romance of the wilds ol the far west art grand nnd well worth you' timo of enlistment. The Forts in thia section wilt have to be Garrisoned by soldiers, and why not tiy yon r Turn out at once yeung men, and respond to this calt while you have the laorable op portunity. ' " Transportation will he furnished to all who enlist in thia company. -Oi dollars bounty will be paid as soon as mustered into the ser-. vice ot the United States. Pay regular every two month.: Clothing and Provisions aro no scarce articles here. Thorn wishing to enlist will apply at the Post Office, Cidiz, Ohio. JAMES W HANNA,?d Lieut. Company "F," llth O V. C. Feb 17, 18C4-41 Jd.OO ON E HUNDRED RECRUITS WANTED I A LL thoso wishing to volun- Tl teer in a new Company this is your last rhance, as thia is the only new Company to be organized in this ( 16th) Diettict. $602 ZESOULXXtsr! For V'eterajs. who have served ninetnnn'hs or upwards. 8IOj Goveir.ment and (200 Local Bounty. $502 BOunty! For new llecruita. $!03 by the Government and S'OJ Local Bounty. Any person has the privilege to be credited where he rcacivi B lo cal bounty, To all who enlist in this Company the above bounties will be secured Those wishing to enlist in this eomjinv will apply 10 Jesse Arnold, al the Auditor's ollije , Lieut. J AS. B. McCORMlCK. Recruiting OlUcer Feb. 84, 1S64 LATEST 1TEWS I FORTS SUMTER & WAGNER OHAELEST O 3 THE linn of G. 3. Atkinson i. Co, is tiiia day dissolved by mutual consent, and all persons knowing themselves to be indebted to said firm, either by note or book account, will please call and settle. The btieiness hereafter will be carried on under lbs name of G. S. ATKINSON & SON, Who are at this time receiving their fall stock, consisting of every variety ul goods, such as Silks, DeLaines, Prims, Queeiis ware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Hoods, Flannel Shirts, ' Drawers, Hoop Skirls, &ic. Pleare call and cumins our stock of goods before purchasing elsewhere, and a willcon vince you that wo sell cheaper lor CASH or PRODUCE thah auy other store in Cadiz. Kept. 16, 1863. JOHN BE ALL, s'tjff&'isi. AND BOOK-SELLER Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio. ("1" AS always on hand the following, at very i I low prices: t artaric Acid Ginger; Root & G. Epso-3 Salts . Cloves Cream Tartar Nutmegs Soda Super Carb. Coperas do Carb. Wash blue Window Glass Shoe Blacking Thermometers Cooking Extracts Sperm and Star Candles Cinnamon ' I'.xtract Logwood concentrated lje Lamp Black Glue Indigo Starch Also a good roppty of Paints, Oila, Bruah es, Dyes dec, Ate. School Boors, Miscel laneous Works, Bibles and Testaments. The largest and cheapest aiock of Wall Paper in the country, links. Pens, Pencils, raper, Toy Books and Notions, a good variety and cheap. Call and examine them. Dec. 19, '60. For Sale tTfj BUSHELS orime Clover Seed,- --Vt 60 bushels Kentucky Blue Grass Seed, COJbbls Lake Salt, just received and lor sale by H. S. AlcFADDEN St. CO. I eb. 21.1864. 1ST dfco. Oik II IK8. Brown Suirar, WW 25 bole N O. MolassfS, . . ;., ' : 10 bids Extra Family Syrup; received mrl for sale by EORGH .V HKlV isl. tUX M.Vr, J' 500 obis, 6all, H O a ubls. IHackerell New Orleans Molasses and Syrups, for sals by il. a. iwer a. cu. ::. april7, 186S. - . ' M ADEUP CcOTIUNU, 'or Men nnd boys. Alen and boys' lists and Caps tor sale by U.S. McFADDEN 4. CO, in(iBBLS- LAKE SAL luU lor sale bv a 8 McFADBEN &. OU. WINDOW Glasa and Puttr, a large and fresh arrival of each, lot eolo; at ur w figures t BE ALL'S. . NEW MALAGA RAISINS, bunch and sesdleas raisins,- , ,. , , !,.,,( . , CUKRANTS, CITRONS, Ac and Cigars-aT;omplete assort cigars and tobacco , also Brown's OTOBAC JL mem celebratac baceo at V tHI VUVOTlliK .IIU VNIUKIRK IV GEOKUK'S. $1 aW-V RRHKHBU FASC Scape, Hooey and other Toilet Hoaas a gfd umitrnfit tbiday reeird by Tli , , , ( fOHN JjKAKlr. ... JVatchttj -Clacks, JYotions ASD FA N cr GOODS FANCY GOODS HAS now on handss good assortment of Goods the above line, which has ben bought low, and consequently, he will sell them ut ttry low prices. His goods are ail nice and Irsth. sud cannot fail to pUav buyers, both in quali'.y and prices; he there foro solio. its an examination of his atock and prices before purchasing elsewhere ia ao doing, he feels confident that he will merrlt a large anarc of public patranage. He keeps no Watuhesbut wha tare selected with great care, and con sequently, ell watches sold are warranted tinu keepers or no sals. Pino Uold Hunting Englis Levers, full jeweled, from , 4T to$10 Fine Gold Hunting Swiss Leeers, full jeweled, from Jj 55 Fine Gold open faced Levers and Le- pincs, from 30 lo 35 Heavy hunting Silver English Levers, full jeweled, from 3J to 40 Heavy hunting Silver English Levora, seven jewels, from 87 to 35 Hunting Swiss Lever and Lepines, four ' jewels, i.-om 12 to 16 Silveropen laced Levers and Lepines.. 8 to 12 Curving Finger H5nj;s, Br'st Pius in great variety of styles and prices. Ladies i old Chains nnd Eock(i Uold Vct uud l ob Chain. Gold and Suver gpcjclacsVeJ. Gold and Silver Stpcclucles. Gold aud Silver Spectacle. Gold and Silver pecliicles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacle. Sliver, German, and plaiad table and tea Spoona Popket-booka and Portmonies in great variety, tine pocket-knives, . shears aad scissors, line Razors, cors I glass on wsx spsaq Lots of other nice things too numerous to mention. Cail ia friends, everything sold is warranted as repre sented. nlttln St., Opposite tho Pnblio Buildings. Cadiz, Dec. sa,-1853- LEE INVADING MAEYLAND AriD IN VABIJfO CAOia With the beat aasortment of PIECE GOODS, &C, For Gent's wear." Also the latest style of I3C ts cto CelES Ever offered in this country , and at prices so low as 10 astonish the . . ' . i .' 1 'Oldest Inhabitant1 ... . ' "Or anv other man,'1 whlher JeW or iientile. We mean what we say. Call and Examine our goods and satisfy yourselves tlml fj? duality, Style, Neatness, Dura bility and Cheapness, ths like was never beforo witneaed in Codij' In Shotwell's Room, One Door above the Exoress CfTice. Msrkat Street. BROWN & BRO. Cadis. Ohio, October 31, 1361 "S- FEROUSOlSj:, Cou(ectioniii-y Variety slui Opposite tbe Public Buildings, Cadiz Okie a.- FERGUSON reapoetfully informs h" friends that he isstili in tbe business 1- the building directly opposite the Public Built mgs, where he oners tor sale a targe and ws selected asosrtment of Conlectionaries, die among which may be found the following: Common & fancy Candiesof all kinds.AlmoiK, r nocris, iream snareajuis, ttaiains. Figs, Datee, French Currants. Sugar, Soda, But . ler and Water Crackers, Western Re . serve and English Cheese, Ground and Bark Cinnamon, Pepper, Gingei, Alspice & Starch, ' ' Fine and Common Ci- ' ' ' ' ears. Tobacco and :' 8nufT, Pulverized White Sugar, assorted Pick les and .t epper bauce, Combs, Port Monies, and Pen Knives, Visiting Cards and En-.... velopca, Watch Chains, Keys and Guards, a fine tot' of common 'Jewelry, TOYS of all i! i .. in descriptions.' CT As he intends to sell cheso. he hooes hii friends and the publie generally will favor bin witn weir "aironage. CrCoui "t Confectionaribs can be supplied stbisesta ishntent on the vefy best terms. HISTOR. Y. (Civil, Polilicnl A; Military) OF THE " '" ' "' SOUTHERN , REBELLION j COMPREHENDING, nlso, all . imporiam U Stale Papers (Confederate and Federal ) all ordinances of Secession,- proceedings of Congress (Rebel and Federal.) remarkable speeches, 01c ; together with othcial reports ol commanders, army and navy statistics, maps, . C'- . . BY ORV1LLE J. VICTOR,. To be completed in three volumes; super royal octavo, beautilully illustrated With steel en gravings, maps, ku. volumes one and two are now reaay. -This work isondorsed by President Lincoln, by the Governors, by tiie most aminent civilians. aud by leading couintanuera in uie army and oavy. .'.." StrTHOMAS BOND, Falrtiew, Guernsey oouniy, Ohio, baa the agency lor mis work in Harrison and Tuscarawas eojnues, and hs or his agents wiU'turuiett the cltixonS uf those counties wild copy of this great woik, , , t ebruery 17, lti4-4i ' ' . . , ' " "I ILANKE'l'S aad Flaouclo, a tine ussortmeut AJ (ut asJeby H S. McFADDEN 4r,' C'l kllTER Paer ani Knveloeeif vnnrme i , Muds a'ad ii'isiiiies, at , ,;.ISAlf j,; Jotiom OL.OTHIHG, THE CHEAPEST! 1NSU11E WITH TUB t 1. .KINK AND INLAND N AVIOATrO RISjtS accepted, how aa hrr.wfore, at fair rates end liberal cenditlona , . bCSlNfc3,dCONOU'TfiD witk eoasuat dipauh sud siesracy. t. LOSSEti always UK with frtfaptneaa tai easplei ;us.ice. Net Assets January; i64, i $3,002,556,39 1. THE PLAN AND OKG ANIZA'I'foii tbe KTNA, after 45 jeara severe trial baa realiird the vreatest public edvarVg and aurccss of the various systems ol fire Insurance in the country. It U now bcftW thah ever prepared for cldtj . . 16,000 Loss Claims have bun ss'ileJ aad paid. SIXTEEN J11LLIOP OK DOL LARS! i. THE CONSUMPTION OF PROPERTY LY' FIRE, in the United Stales, avsrage over iltn ot-0 daily. Is ycur property ea fowd and unproirctedt . T. ARE YUU INSURED? If aot, why not The o.t la trifling; the duly ia manifee the reault may bo your escape from ruio--while delay arid neglect may involve yea in hankruplcy, petsriy or cruel dissppotn 8, PARTICULAR ATTENTION and regard isfeivtnio at: all risks as Hell as la-ts ones. Able security and superior eOrCii. eial advantages ad'orded. Policiea Issued AVitliaut Delay, - L. HEhLING,' Agent, Csdia, Ohio Jan. SO, 1864-Sm ,r Give Him the Tools that Handle Them Beet.'' . This is Democratic; never mind woe bo if, whs.e he came irom; whether he ia the classical scholar or ihe plain good, coma on sense aa whether he is a Frenchman, a German, aa Erjliahman or a Creek; never mind that, aa long aa ha doca what he clairae to do. Taha fur install co Whvlesaw and Retail DsiW is . EEADY- MADE CLOTHING --AND '; ' fcTS' FLKXIStlfSti 6IOODS.' Whfi for the last three 'years advertises that a aells at tery low priuoa , , Over Coai " '';.' Pants ant Vostati Of all Styles and QuaJitiesi CASSIMERE, FLANNEL AND LIJfSK SHIRTS-HATS. TRUNKS, e. In short a ess of goods in my line, whleh have been bouttht advantageously by myssll abroad, who visits every market as last aa steam and good hoiselKsli can carry. My tel egrams end letters are sent' in every direction with miuule instructions. And aa we htvs money at netrly every great money centre ready to eiieck from, wo are powerfully aided to buy low, and consequently we can, sndde acll cheaper thwi any clothing house in thia or any other town. Let buyers who wish te se lect from a large and well bought aiock, and be waited 0:1 by willing salesmen, give uaa call, as we will try to make the hail's spent at vu cBt.uuiuuieu iirufiismn. iissptctfuliy j. GRILLES. Cadii, Nov. 11.IS6J. Second lrrivat .OF WINTEB GOOD9 fl. S. McFaopki;..............K. W. KiVsit II. S. TT'PADDEN A CO., ' ' A RE reeoivinsf ' a lare stock of Winter O. - Goods, consisting ol Dry Gobds, Groesrs les, Hardware and Queensware, &c, whiah they invitft the public to call and examine and judge for themselves. ; .. . ; , - Pjo, S3, Jd63. . . E W F I II M ! . 8. Geo lulu, .J a. .... . Jamks Osoca. GEORGE & BRO.1, HA V G now 011 baud, ud are wwiving full supply ..,.,-. . ... .. .. SUGARS, of all gradesi THAI, ' YRCP of the bsl 4ali(y. . . - ; iCrThe highest market pri4 paid for eatu.trV produce. .( ..';. Cadiz, Dec 83, I8SS. ... Floury fyc.! BUL3' SMITH' - 1? 'ir extra' ';: '.'i''1 ' WHITK VVflUAT . - ' '' :r.' FLOUR, and CORN MEAL en hand and far Sale by . ' GEORGE Si BRO. ' photO&baph: G A L L E R Y. DAVfS Gkllery of fine arts has been enlar ged by tire addition of t commodious Camera room, and tilted up ill city style, kf which he is enabled to make first class like, losses. :.'.'v.. .. :-.' -.ii.is'c .' His prices range about the same as last year, without any advance, notwithstanding the in creased advance of every article in the busi-ner-s. ' 1 ., .,n He ihtsnds also keeping oh hsrid s Inrge ss sortment of photorsph Irnmea of vafiova style at the lowest pi ices. .The haest yholograa Albuma cheap. ' . ' , , Cadis, Nov, 11. 1863. :'' .i'':l "Wall Paper ! Wall Paper!, THE eubsrriber takes pleasure in calling the ' attention of the public to his large and well selected stock of VV ail Papers, juat recei ving for the Spring and Summer trade. Hia stock Consists ol 20,000 piecee with 400 differ, snf patterns, ranging in price from 6Xearrta t si,oo per ptoce, together, wijn every variety el Borders, Window Certains, Decora lioae far Fsnnel Work, e.t Ac t-..-u.; m.j ile bat also uu hand a eomoleta assortmeat of sichool, Historical, Medical, Religions and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Blank laWoks, &c, &.c, hick will be sold wholesale and re aasaaLaiMBM tail as cheap as they can be had West oi Use Mountains. Give me a call. . r- ':c J. M. tATTOJI. ; . Msrch 9- i9 r ',. . " . .. -.-, . . t LAD'lES TETT1NU SilUTTL8,, Crotchet Needles, ...1 Knittmg Needles, ....' "iviit-vy -.;t: ; Seisnon heodtwa, tatn'gMt - Pert-knives pi all kinds. . ' Table Crrtlary, t- .' iV.HM'.'i : Aa asaorumeas oi tha celsbrad India Un tat. handled teWs-Wfsry warranted vo. . kt vW " "1 BAKRETrt i 1 1 -. . ' ." t.'i i "!."'! -.