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n rt'r r"'- " 7 fee Wsswi. Men Icnackitia their j tVill nf llel Abrnhnm. Norman,'' who is understood to be a Clark, with k ft t salary, under Sec retary Chase," in '.the- .Trpasufy De partment,, has "written letter ta the, Jocmal of this city which appears in that paper, and is dated 4,Washing toa;CeV l,-'.l?6t." The letter dotes is follow?!' -f' ' ' '. r The Sonatela occupied in consider ing a 4iUfieieaicyl,in" of the inconsid erable turn o,f oyer 1 hundred millions of iollatr sprung Upon the Treasury mjHpentV,. uotieeas it were! There have heen times in our history Srhetr the attempt to raise such a Bum arauld have appalled the nation. Now it it asked for, to make Up ''What has bea 6Verlfrkod," and what hat ' been jriforeseen, ; ; "-! c .' . i ' -V The consideration of this bill haa disclosed the remarkable fact that' 'Cabinet meetings, which have always been held by former Administrations, Vre" dispensed with by this. Each Secretary, it seems, confers directly Trfth the President, concerning the business measures of his own Depart tnent, and the others are left to find out whafis going on through' the pa pers, or "Madam Rumor." The ab .eurility of such a course is seen here m this case, where outlaws of a hun dred millions of dollars are incurred by: one Department which have to bo Jpet by the Secretary of the Treasury, on as mucn notioe as a iianlr. gives "grace" to its customers. This mode 'of running the Government machine is abonfc as diicreet as would be the man ager of a railway, who should give or ders to his engineers to go ahead and each man run to suit himselt. " if "smash up" occured under such cir cumstances occasionally no one would be surprised. If the material of the Cabinet is 0 incompatible as to be un able to stay in the same room togeth er, -wouldn't it be well for Uncle Abraham" t mend his jokes a little? NORMAN. Here is "a slap in the face" of Un- ele Abraham. . It is a crack 01 the Chase whip, and makes quite a whiz "J. lungs is working. iiutiust sec how these "loyal " men run down the Lincoln. Administration "the Goy ernmeut," as they have been in the habit of falling it. They talk about .Lincoln's absurd mode of running "the 'Governraentimachme, as they style it, more flippantly and satirically than any "Copperhead" wo wot of. They are looking out for "a smash-up" in the national finances, and the game is to' throw the blame on Lincoln's bad management, and so open a hole for Chase to creep ; out at. It is a good joke at ( all events, epual to Uncle Abraham's best. ' A.KepuMicmi Editor Denounced ; , "Uisloyal." !"33o the Editor of tho Commercial . - Advertiser: "" "Open and declared enemies may be respected, but secret and disguis ed ones are detested and despised the world over. Having, by purchase of type and materials, secured a subscrip tion list of loyal men throughout tho country, you are now doing all that even Jeff Davis could wish you to do iir poisoning their minds, and array ing fuh aa.yqu can against the govr ernment. I need not name any par ticular articles your whole course in discrediting jour national currency and leagueing with gold speculators are in thtmscjves sufficient to show you de tigW, ; As i Supporter of ' the Com iflerctatiretf thirty years it grieves rme to part, .with' it for such reasons, but I can stand' it no longer.".' ,4J The above' note was addressed to the editor of the New York City Commercial Advertiser,' one of the most subservient negro daily papers in the city, always excepting the Tri bune.' "iet it dared doubt the eound ftesiof Mr. Chase's financial huna jugs, and is at "once denounced by one of its "paper loyal" subscribers as Jeff Davis traitor in disguise. This sort of slang has had its day, and only exposes the users of it to suspicion of twlerangad brain. " Chicago and the Democratic If a tional Convention, The following creditable and patri otic resolutions wore adopted bv the Common Council of Chicago, on Mon- ttay by a vote ot lo to 7: Whereas, The National Democrat ic Committee, at a recent session in th& city of New York, unanimously decided to hold (and ordered tho same to be held accordingly) the next Na tional Democratic" Convention on the 4th of .July A. 1A lb4, at the1 city ot Unicago; ana ; Whereas, The.Mayor and Common Council of this city desire to signify their appreciation of tho action of the Committee reterred td, ana their grafr ifipatioa-at the assembling of- the del egatesof a great and 'patriotic tarty in our midst on tho national natal .afcbe jt therefore , v , :, , v , f 'r itEsOL ved, . mat we return our -thanks to' the National Democratic Committee for its selection of Chicago as the Tolace of mectms ot its Conven tkm aforesaid, and wilf endeavor, by extending to the delegates who may Jbe ftssem&ted,". the hospitality . of the 'dty, ta testify ' the pleasure 'with wtiioh we now anticipate their coming -tRbsolykd," That a committee of teren be appointed, to 'consist of the 'ifijot 'Ata, Comptroller, and five mem bers of this Council, to be designated the- Mayor, .to aci in hehalf . of the ityf in conjunction with such other fcoiffmlftee asf may .'Jbe appointed,,: in the reception ' and accommodation of gh&l making ' the 'necessary ; arrango- ,HViiu I or. saiu uon veaiion. , .s a , 1 blfl il i . i ' i r i, J jjSomebod want? to krijw:', tUe name of.the tune which' was "nlaved jipoa feelings," &ad abo If thfi cup of Borrow"- had a saucerT ; Tbt amd"ia- .nnisitar wtUld,, like to kkikow if Tie tflieHtiOf other days'' was e3orclcc tri!ity? '"AlSoi'lf iMaWfeluiiB to ..Loj' tetd 4iot aslippery feoldj ha if ptoil WMighl fatigatttl Jy'ittw A Good Rcbnke to the AbalitloN Fapirs Aoldir ii tlie Sew fanipali;n. , f. " ' ' ' Brigadier GcneraTWin. Sooy Smith, Chief of Cavalry in the Army of tho Cumberland, and the former brave and gallant Colonel of the noble 13th Ohio, has written a 'letter ta a fnttadm IJunal), in which he urgfs the"gral necessity if reinforcing bur arraic')f t!io 'overrconfidnoe of the people he siiys: j ' . iivcr since the war commence! thero ,h.ta been a eor t ' uf big-eyed prognostication that has informed us, after each success of our arms, that the rebellion showed unmistakable symptoms of Tollapse. ? Donelson, Shiloh, New Orleans, Vicksburg" Bnd Chattanooga have each in thoir turn been the pin upon which wo have hung the gilded drapery of Buch delusive hopes. But the disease reaches no crisis, .bach infatuation seems blind er and more aggravatsd than its pre decessor, and those who in the spring of '61 reid their morning papers, and, with all the pleasure that the antici pation of certain success inspires, disposed of tho rebellion at their breakfast tables with seventy-five thousand men, now tell us that the rebellion is 'played out,' that the re bel arnfy is all desertinz, and that famine and an empty treasury will finish the business for Jeff Davis & Co., sometime this spring. "Away with all nonsensical ideas of ninety-daymen armed mobs." That is a most excellent rebuke to tho Abolition press, which, every few months, lies to the people by telling them that the South is vory nearly conquered, and that a few more months will bring us subjugation and peace. In point of fact, after three years of war,' after calling out two millions of men, and spending two thousand mil lions of treasure, we are apparently as far from that result as e7er. . i )gA travelor stopping at a hotel, exclaimed one morning to the waiter: "What aro you about, you black rascal? You have roused me twijo from my sleep by telling me breakfast is ready, and now you are attempting to strip off the bed clothes. What do you mean?" "Why," replied Potnpey, "if you isn't goiu' to git up, I must have tho sheets anyhow, 'cnuso dey're waitin' for de table cloff." In a chancery suit, one of the coun sel, describing the boundaries of his client's land, said, in showing the plan of it: "We lie on this side, my lord." The opposite counsel then Said: "And we lie on that side." Tho chancellor, with a good hutnor- ed grin, observed: "If you lie on both sides, whom will you have me believe?" Prgrcs 8l "IKiflceBcnation" nt Port IS0y.1l reIaral Jflagdu Tho Administration, in is humane efforts to elevate the character of tho Africans and equalize thorn with whito people, two years ago, benevolently sent out from Massachu setts, to Port Hoyal, South Carolina, at tho expense of the whole people of the United btates, a lew hundred sniaisters, to educate, civilize, and retina the contrabands at that place. The New Hampshire Patriot gives the result of this very benevolent experi merit of Mr. Lincoln, in the following para graphs: Private advices from Port Koyal say that many ot the female Abolitionists who went to Port Hoyal to teach the littlo niggers how to read and pray, have been obliged, within a few months, to abandon their black charges aod-open nurseries oh their own private ao count. An officer informed us recently that no less than sixty four white spinsters hod contributed to the popalation in and about Port Koyal harbor. The climate seems to favor population even more that the pro Juclioa 01 ja. islaua coltoa Dy paid negro labor. Toe information furnished as by the offl cer concern the sixty four little mulattoes has been continued by the tes-imony of the Kav. Liberty Hillings, Lieut. Col 01 the First South Carolina Kogimdut, who. is bore in consequent oi bad health Uj says it is a sad ttuin, This item or news u rnrnished, tnat our frrends of the Abolition pjrsua ion may know how much practcal progress "Misce genation'.' (tho nvv article in their political cro.-d) is making amongst their follotvors! We shall not bo surprised if tho "miscegofl man seers succeed in getting Mr. Liucoln to build, at the public expense, a graud Mag la- ron Asylum, lor tho a oresaid leiuale Aboil tiomstil We would respecMully suggest 10 tho female lecturers who have recently re turned Irom Port itoyal ana trie , uegion round about, and whose lecturers contain thoir experience with the "contrabau Is that tbey will "draw bigger houses," if they will give so in 3 account in each lecture of the progress of "uiissei'jnatioa" don in their field of labor. Stitemm. GiyTho idea of amalgamation hai . found a new name. . A curious book . entitled "Misceogenntion," has just been published in iNew xork. The word is from the Latin miscere, to mix, and gtnui, race. It is in tended to replace (he word amalgamation, which signaled merely the mixture of met' als with quicksilver. .The mixture 01 tbe different races of men -haS'now Jouad word which exactly expresses' the idea. The author of this, book boldly lakes the bull by the horns, and advoaates a general mingling of all tbe racos of men. includin of course, (he union of whites and ' blacks. He denies that the white is the most per feot speoimen ot too human race, and . in sists that the "Miscjgan" of the' future,, the highest ideal of manhood, will be brown or yellow, and will represout A'ricaa aud .Asi atic, as well as Caucasian hlpod, , .Jts. novel views are urged witn singular eloquence and. display great amount ol curious learn ing. '-1 h expected to cause a sensation in scientific is well as polities! cirolea. Xanjj ville Journal. ; j . .!! IPAhtino Fbci't ..Tbhes.-t Aa , exobange make tne .killowtng eennioie suggestions to every land holder: Make preparations for the sprinir. Select the best varietes of trees as it costs no tnore to bane a good O e growing than one that is inferior. Every farmer, 'or person who has but a garden, should plant Iruit, trees of dif ferent kinds.. 1 There n no soil- or climate better adupted to truit than ours, and- in this market it pays largely.. ; In fact, wore a her ton to devote is''.en ire' attention , to fruits, including grapo.H,. provided they know any thing of- tUe culture' it wonld- te found mo.t proftable-purshrl '"Wodaa shoutd deJ lay planting fruit trees. Theoutljl .jj more than iad Hp by the inore ted valoo ofbe plaut, and the natural growth of these trdet UlLl!Lik.8l9''31mA'"' place well aet out with hearing ireos, will. .1 . -.11 . . . . . T j in HHev-warKet, sen at auy iirao, ana ora ' high price. i " "LoTiLTt T3 Tns Slavk." TLis is a new idet just developed io Mr. Sonatbr Suainer'i eridenca In fevor of Heaitor Hale, on th ceunsel fee, Mr il hid. Mr. Sumner, ia showing Mr. Halo to t a good lawyer fays: ' ' InikeJ Mr. Halo's conduct ot thes (Fugitive Hlave) cases choired professional M11 n, wil a UrjoXltj to lite slave; uor , was ha inilod by'any sentiment to forget the re quirement o! prudonce." .. Loyalty lo the slave is a new species ot loyalty. Liyclty to Mr. Lincoln if an old story, but loyalty to the negro ii a new idea. OGeheral Butler h9 issued stringent order, 'directing that all estates in bis milila ry department, that haia bwvabaadea, . ana all others that aia now occupied by rebels, shall be eiaed by the military commanders and turned over to Superintendtqent of the Ne-io Affairs, or the Agents of the Treaau ry Depajtujaofc ' OCrKossuth row lives at Turin in Italy, poor, and his wi'e is in oonnmptioni We feasted and glorifljd him a' few years ago as a fugit Te from Kusin anp Austrian dea pjtwiu 'uw, however Kuwian represen ts tires are the pel and favorites of this Ad ministration. I J i LO O K O UT - 5 :'' ' :.FOR.: BREAKS B.S.I ,lu tho first place I have the BE3I STOCK CP GOOM IN THE COUHTY! In the second place I am determined m TO 1 M OUTSOLD BY ANY MAN . Longer or, Shorter! So there is but one way Oll Axid.. See ... FOR 3rTOTJTSEL7"ES! Black French Cloth, Plain and Fancy Cassi merea, Tweeds, Joans, Ticksj Prints, Ginj liaina, Fura, Cluak.3, Bliuee, Nutione, Ladies Dress Goods of ALL STYLES AND PRICES In the way of English and French plain Meri- nocs. lie sure and bring along your READY CASH For you will need it before you leave. Good Prints tor lo cents. Umck sale ana short pro fits is our motto. . s Cadiz,Noy. 13, 18u3. ' : EMPO I'U" IM" .OK. 3E5 ES .L TJ T1 ""ST ..AKDTHE.. FIIE A R T S I A PPRECIATlNGthe Kind and liberal pa t. tronaae of the citizens of Cadiz and Harrison county, and anxious to please all my friends. 1 have been at considerable expense and trouble to select the nicest aud largest va riety of V I ' 32 FANCY 0038! suttihle for Presents for the coming Holidays ever beloro offered in Cadiz, and 1 tlrmk will compare favorably with any of the city or town trade of Ohio. Thoat ick iu part consists of ESSIES' ElcaantPhotoafifill Albutna, new Miacollaue- ous Works, late authors. Ierf umory! of the best quality, Colognfs, Hay Kum, Ex tracts, Toilet Soaps, Ladies Traveling SatolwJs. Cahns, Fine Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Vol- vet and lftrkey Morocco mrees and fortrhon ics. Fearl Card Cases, Ladles' Companions, Port Fo'ios a great variety. Fine flair Brushes in Pearl, Buffalo and Wood, Teeth, Nail and Clothes BRUSHES Rail and Party Combs In gilt and shell, steel and shell, iet. ambr, iet and pearl, for bark Wind side hair. Steel and Jot Buckles, Deads for Collar and basket W01K, WhoLis lor irume worn, also a good supply of , SCHOOL BOOKS, Slates,' Writing Papers, Envehpee, Iuk, Pens, Pencils, and everything in a lire L class I i STATION EEY ; STORE. JUVENILE AND VOY BOOMS Without End. Memorandum and Blank B-ioks, Diaries for 18li4. Fitly styles,- nil of which I sell at very low prices. Call soon and select your Presents for Friends. M. A.HANNA, Cadiz, Doc. 9, 1SC3." H.?: H. HARMS OF, DBNTTST, OCCUPIES the room fornlirly occupied by Lukins &. Harrison, opposite' the Cadiz House. Having fitted up li s rooms in the la test and bnet etvle, he la read and wuitina to have his old friends and new ones calltoeeo him. lie puib ud as KIN K TEETH, both PLATE AN O VULCANITE, aa any Dentist KrTeCth cJMracted without pain, it if d"sirod. kALL Ol'EltAriONS WAIllt ANTED. ). fine Dentists can uUo had at tin otnee a stock ol teeth of every kind ot lair prices. Feb. 3, v : - .c FLOUR. The best Extra Family Flour al ways on hands. . '. i. .;. N P. (smith's best brand, ' . Wilson-4, lUie's do . , e j Flour and all hoavy. packages of Groceries delivered in town free of charge, by , GEORGE &BRO. IjHOTiXrRAPH Albnmsi for the Pooket and Centre Table, a spiendid assortment Hot the Holidays, neat and cheap, for sulo by - . - - , ' - . , ' . JOHN BEALL w - a T C II E 8 At verv low prices and Warranted. . New stock received at B ARRETT'S." E l N E . FE NCH CL.OCKS-. ' Selh. Tbomaa Clocks, . Waforbury Clocae, ! -ia Clockiwith alarms, and Clocks without alarms Clocks from 81.8S to'l.-: Clotka- of'uri " atseHption ; ; .; ' BAKBHTT-ff.- U ' IT A -U 9 N .-E A prims article for sale by the barrel or garldi Un GEORGE fc UltU'it, Jan. 6, 1864: 4iu ii . 4" -' 1 " ' "r 1 if 'lUffi-i, 'n; hiee orlcel BCALLts. POCKET linee,r " Cheap at for CPU ALIO PILLS,' an infallible euro fc F.Head Ache, for sale by 1 - , . JOHN BEAX L REEV Wine'ow. ,Ppor, a freah -eupply o- VJI .. double ana; cominoa green window r just reiwived at , J JuflN BE ALL'S a! 1000 CUTS STOCKING VAW. of 1 tat by " ' - SQO FKtHTUARS fc,lby mmtss ATXOlt IN' HJ V-.'AT IjATV, -tT, CAUlZ,OHKy J .) ,; ' Collections made, arid business of Executors, Adniimsirators and (tJuardvf fbtUiBdel lo. Al the collection of " ' v , Baf I Piy, ItAiinlie!, ffWns.Af of soldiera and widows and heirs of .decea.ed aoldiere, ojpe., attended toi Office On Maia street, opposite Bealta Orug Store.' ' " PHILLIP DONAHUE, Aitoriy and Conusclor at Law. -Ondlz. Olilo. ' " s . . OFrieiOri Market MreettOTcr McConnellta Crocery. t Entrance between ilanna'aavad He Connell'a. , Cadix.QhioJunp4. , , j ,.;,," W.F. aaTS.,.;..... HAYS & ATTOnNETH ...'... J. O.Tdomas THOMAS, ' AT' IjA W. CADIZ. OHIO. FFICE on Marker street, two doors above vy o. ts. uarre rt n Jewelry More. All professional bnainrasin this and adjoin in counties will receive prompt attention. . Oct. is, 1862. JOHN S. PEARCE, " Attorney at I.tiw. " CADIZ, OIIIM. Oiricit On Main street, over George's Gro. rprv. ' " JOSEPH SHARON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, VAVi'jR, OIII. (KrStriet attention to all business entrusted htm in Harrison, Jotfcrson, Belmout, and Tus carawas Counties. OHiee in the lsrick Building, opposite the Mansion uouse Jan, 85, 18titl- ' : ' ' - R: S. MOODY, Attorney and onneior ut Lnw STEUBEN VI LLE, Will )wctice in the Courts of Harrison county. April 11, 1855- S, B. SHOXWELL, Attoi sicy nt s.aw nun souctioa in , . . . Chancery. CAOIZ, OHIO, CONTINUES to practice in liarrinon anl adjoining count i.:e, and gjvee especial and Droinnt attention to Collecting, hB9inessof Ex ecutors, Administrators, Guardians, Wards, Partitions, ootBs ot Lane s, settlement ol t.s tales. Titles, to lloul Ktatce, Coiiveyancine, Suits at Law and in Chancery, loanini; and in vestment of money, and all other professional business placed in hiscliarpe. iKrlle is Agent for the State Bank of Ohio and others, fo'r loaning money, &c.,&c. &5-0ilice in Kilgore's Corner, dn Market street. . , January 25, 18C0. - M, Wilson , M. P. ... W. A. McCracke,M. I) WILSON & KcCEACEEII, PISl'SiriAWS AND SLISEONS, Oatlla, Olilo. rpENDEIl '.heir prolessional services to tlie 1. citizens of Cadiz and vicinity. . Dr. McUracken, will kereattor . he., found during the- day at the-oflico of Dr: Witsju, Lodgings at 1 lie resile House Cadi O iio, Sept. i3, 18G3-Gm. T. . DELER 1H ' . . " -. READY-M'DK CLOTHING Cic-iillciitcn's rui nislaiu Goods, Market st. - - - Cadiz. , Jsov, M, 13G0-ly, S D. LUKIN3 B. H. nARKISON LUEIHS & HARRISON, . SURGEON DENT1HTH.5 rKFlCE ON MAIN STREET.NOltTH OF J Market, directly opposite the "Cadiz House" where one,or both of them may be found at all times, ready to recoivo calls Irom all those desiring their services. Teeth Dut sip in the ms-it annroved styles warranted and repaired for one year free of charge. July IB, 18(50.- CADIZ TOWNSHIP STEAM FLOURING MILL, ; IIUIMTSMAIV, rropiieioi-. rpiilS Mill is m excellent condition, having L beon thoroughly repaired, and put in the best ol order. Custom Work done with dis patch, and satisfaction warranted. The null is situated on the "Bottom Road' lending to New Piiiladelphia, three miles west orcauiz. Cadiz, Anguatl9,'1363-ly. . ? Dissoiution. - rpHE Partnership existing between Lukena A. Harrison is now mutually dissolved ta king e fleet the first day of January, 18fi4. Tbe busine ss of the iirmwill be settled up at the ollice of the oid linn by U. II Harrison. . All indebted to the fitm will please soltlo their ac counts immediately. LUKENS A HARltlSON . ' Feb, 3, 1864; ' ' : Capital, $U00.000. ; L. HEFLIie AG'T, CADIZ, OHIO. ILL take risks on lavorable terms. Insure vonr property and rest secure, J.iiy 23, in.;!. ' WILLIAII W. WILSON, ; WHOLESALE G110GER, DEALER IN PRODUCE & AURiCULtJKAL 1MPLEMEN la. ; Agent frr tlie Sale of the Buckeye Mower and -Reaper in Harrison, Jolloison and , , ,; .. lioimont Counties; Ma'rch 25,1363. , . John Geohue.... .... .... Frank Kennedy GEORGE & KENNEDY HAVE pnri-based the Tanning establishment . of.Saiitnel George, Sr., and aro now man ulac'uring a sujierior article of Leather, to winch they invito the attention ol all who wan UOOD Leather. A largo gtock of Spanish Sole, Morocco, Li nine Skins and Tanner's Oil always 011 bauds They aro paying the HlOIIEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH for Hides, t-kins and Bark Hoc. 17, I8u3-3ra , : , WILLIAM McADOO liroULD respeetfuliyiunform the people of V v Harrison county tliat he is proparod -to ooeu Kinasel -' . . si . aw -. . Paiiitinit, Graihiri, QUlzme, Pa: ; ; pfii- Hanging, and Sinand ;' umamomai 1 aiming, ' -, In a stylo equal' to any tlmt cun ho dene by any workman in lii liu. ,. , His prices aze asreunonuble as the tithes will atrord; and its .will, warrant, jia,. jvork .to gWp - A share nf- patronage U rolVited. pall en inet.riuu.,,, . Cadiz.Vpril 15, ieii3 lyr : ., . ,, 1 ; ' Benjamin Watkinson. - OFFERS hie aerviees to tbe citisoneof Cadj and urroanding oouutry, in the ait of , Heuse I'aiatin.Oruinliisr, Paper ,JljiKlf VnrMlsHlBB, andallkjiidsiilTmitation in Wood, titone and Marble, -Also, Sign painting dtlcndodto.on the Those wishing to have fainting 'doneln the best ud moat modern style, would, do well re give hiui e call, as be endeavors to dp his work ma neat, substantial, and workman-like' man cr. uidiz, umo, may n, lso NHV? 'H AB D v7 AltE : STORE! ;;J C. meidel; j. WOULD reepeotXuliy' ufixm. t be citiaeaso Harrison and adjoining eoiintiest that be keeps in lite iiere Room lormerly occupied t)y A. Franxeil, comet of Main and' Market streets,' Cadi, OI1I04 a larje and general as sortmeiit f all kinds of . . ;t -:-i rr. n t WaiRE- in "fact eVerythirg kept in a, wU. regalatrd riardw are Mere, which he wUi sll as cheap as auch goods ate sold either in Pittsburg or Wheel ing. . lie warrants all ot his goods to bo uf the boatquali'y. Persons wishing 10 pnrcliase any article in his line, weold jdo well to give him a call) as they will luakemenry by so doing;. ! i . ;.i J.'U MllillJfcLtt. . . Cadis, Ohioi March 13, lBS3-3m . . f.iit.'l. 1 r.' ! J.';T- .'. ; I .. or SPUING AND SUiTOEft t. J. BROWN'S. Cadiz, March 11, 1863. Stoves-! Stoves ! !' eTeSaaa.OS'Ilff.X'TULl I las the largest and most com plete assortment of Embracing every variety and quality, both lor Wood ami uoal, mat nas ever been brought to Cadiz. He also has every thing belonging to tho busiuees,. . such as ' Erass and Copper Kcttlea if all sizesand qualities, and adapted to every purpose lor wliish such kettles can be useo. IMoiiSe S8o:!itiSJ, itoofitijf, Vc done on short notice ,i . -i' all kinds always'kept. an honu, ot madetc order Li ohort, tvotything belonging to the butiiness will be found in hit store. . Repairing all kinds of Job Work . ! .. done on the shortest notice a.id most reasonable terms. HE sells ev- -- ry thing in . . v-; his store at prices . ? ranging from 10 to 2 per cent, cheaper for Cash, than such articles hove over bcore beon sold h tho nlace. When you need anything in Wit line remember the place Alarketst., opposite Crown's '-Store, eiiu saren doors south of the corner. . i: JAMES M. PAUL. Cadiz, Jan 23, 1861 lv a.j-i- : ' '. ' :, ' -or ': '" J .v.' ,: CLOCKS. -AND FANGYrGdOI)S OF ALL IvIISTDS. AT ". Mtn-lict fet,t C'ndlz. O. July 23", 186a. ' AM E 11 I CAN HOUSE OctcUss,1 OHIO. U'IKLl I?J . COCHRAN t Pron'r. 'i'IIIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, FOR- meriykept by Maj. Lacy v and moro recentlj bv Thoa. D. Wrimos, willbo found by the trav elling community to possees all the advantages of thebest conducted hotels. The House I been tkorouahlv flitted and furnished, in the most approved style, for the accommodation of guests; and it la the determination 01 tbe Pro prietor tnat none wno may lavor mm with their patronage shall have reason tocoinplain, many particular, or go away jiiBsatisiica.. raruiiis nioaerato. Krliaggago takon to and from the Depot free 01 charge. -- uetober 17, lBbu.- Valuable Farm" and " Mills" for Bald1- "'l PIIE subscriber wishes to sell his Farm and JL Grist and Saw Mills siruatcd ori Big Stillwater, near rreeport, Harrison county baid farm contains one hundred and seven. teen acres of good land, on which there i two dwelling houses, an excollent young or chard ill bearing order, coal bank, and an nbun dance of never failing springs. A targ amount of the land is excellant bottom land The farm is all under a good state of .cultiva tion. - ' ' ' 1 The Crist Mill.in a Inrce steam and we tot Mill, which will enable tho owner to grind at all seasons pf the year. -There-, is an excellent coal hank at the mill door, . Tho mill baa three run ol hurra. Kvarvlliinff about the .mill is in completo order, and can run at all 'seasons of the year. -r,i ,; , ... . ., ...- i:; ,r . '-,, , The subscriber will sell the.abdVe valuable property qn reasonable terras. , ; lersons wisn lnor lurtliur information can call on tlie subscri. ber on the premises, orC. N. A11'"), editor ol tho Sontinel,Cadiz, Ohio. .iti'-f AWUKEW STEWART. Freeport, April!, l63-tf ., . TO TEACHERS, .', 1.1 CUMULATIONS will be held as follows, X!, commencing . at lo o'clock of (the day mentioned and continuing three day 11 nv. ,j -At HtM'EDALE, August 2fi, 18C3, " AtCAOlZ, Ueeember 2, lse3j , i. At CADIZ, March 23, 1864. . BowiN REOALj PMsidehf, L , ; M.W.ADAMS. (, . . , M, K. T URN Elii I .Cjerk,'' '' ' - epfis.-'iy , GEHEIiAU A88UKTMKW 01 Fa,noy XX tjoooa ana notions jusirooeiTeu BARRETT'S. FALL AND WINTER TRADE dPOJFt 3.0OO. -0 TUEiHENDOL StOcH Of iiOODW CREAT PrepjtratioBS for a Large Trade O- 0 xyjuj tt.j a , w 171, Main street. iThecllngV Ta STONE '& iTHOMAB -iiiMnnee' to thei rienda and the public that they je In r eMnt of their stnckof Fall and Winter Good. embracing- Dry UohdS) ia all their Vartnriea, Carpelinc, Oil Clot ii and Carpet chain, Millin- eryUoodal every vanotv JNouoni, anir v- rictiea ifeucrallv. comprisins the lareeat.' and in aonie- respeen, the most (losirabM we evei brouirit' to the city. ,' Our customers ruav rest assure J that they wl!l reap all the advantages. that lair daaung, a long 'experience, clogo at tention to business, eareiul During, and buying with Cash, ean give them, We buy most of onr goods with cash, directly from the man ulncturors and Importers, and from c! oee eaah Auction houses, thereof saving .a large, per centage. we have ample facilities for doing a large Jobbing 'i'rad, ond-nvite the attention of Merchants to our stock before buvine. and Tailors to our stock ol Cloths, Cagsimcree and Vethii''fi. i . .. . j t ... Without 'particularizing!' we will say we keep the largest slock in the city of the follow- mg as won as an goous. Dress Silke.of ever style and price.' Ji , . Millinery goods, silks, velvets. ribbons &c 1 rrench-ntonnoeaj of every shade. . French l'rinte and Goods.. Goods for Friend's Wear and- traveling. Shawis ol very grade and price. 1 ( ; Plaids & Prints, & worsted fabrics for dresses . Cloaksand Cloaking, trials. Ticks, Muslins. I'lanncis, uianKets, ana gooi e lor Alen a Bov'e wear generally. -No Good. House shall sell cheaper Our stock of FURS will befouat! to be very dcBirahle. We ask, attention -o our slook of Carpeting, etc., wbicb ia vetT lull and at low prces. , . All goods sold at a small advance on pur chaee. PersonBmaklng purchases in the city -will bnd it to their interest greatly to give ue a can be lore buying. . Parcels sent to any part of l ha city vhsb. Remember the sign ol the "Golden it -Hive,' .1 . c :.. i.;J ' ', , . .', near tne Daspciisiun xi jug". - STONE. THOMAS. Nov T. 1861-tf ' SADDLES AND EAUhESS. tTTOULU re'upectfulty inform hisold cuVtAnt' Vv ' era and the public generally, that, he has on hand a laree stock and general rssort men' of Saddles, liarneap, St e., cinsitina K partof tnll-fiuilted and plain sbafteis, quilled hoi.u cover and plain half-Spanish and fall backs, quilted aed plain eeated,breee and wood horn demipeaka, plain and quilted seat, low cintle Eneliah trotting sniidles.-' Alsd a vari ety of styles of side saddles, with short and extended quilled knee springs, hoop and hack springs, silver culored, ruaset b'uo, and black enameled leather qu ltot and plain plushed seats. He han also on hand several eets of ex tra lino silver mounted carriage and buggy harness, Btrong ytnkoe team harness, saddle bags, collars, halters, bridles and martingales of most every description, .oarna-ge; Utiggy and Riding VVhips of. the finest quality; in fact moat everything ur.ualty ' kept in. a st.ddler shop, lie deems U unnecessary to pull and blow or let off pass about the material or workraanahini.ot his work; as it will recom mend itself to those wiio nr,e jtulgcs or who use it.' 1 tiaiiKtai ior tne liberal patronage he has hcretolore received, ho honcs-bv strict at tontion to bnsiti3ss and selling good work at a reasonable price: to merit a continuance of the same. Shop third door North of McFaddcn'e store, Cadiz, 01110., , Feb. 15, 1860-lvr ' ' :i ,".:".' ' : I)aUy:U.:;S.:Mail.;; ,.t . -.. .-r9. w-r r ,,1 CADIZ TO WHSLINa,i s Antl Tri-Weekly fronj CJadiz U St. ClairsviHe. THE subacribor would respectfnlly Inform the travelling community that' ho is run ning the V. 8. Mail Hack Line from Cadiz to Wheeling; and that, one of hie splendid hacks will leave Wheeling and Cadiz every morn ing, at 7 A. M.i aha eonneet with the carsei both places. His backs are pew, hie team good, and his drivers carcfuland attentive. He hones, to receive tho tietronaeeof the trav elling public, as he wilt endeavor to merit their patronage Dy strict attention 10 men wants. ' Faro from Wheeling to-Cadi or Cadit tc Wheeling $1,25. For the round trip only $2,00 He is also running a ne'v Hack between Ca diz and St. Clairsvllle", "leaving Cadiz every Monday, Wednesday - ana rnday . mornings: and St. Clairaville every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings: - Particular attention paid, to,carrying Express Packages, j . ..;.'( jjivrry .-;i;uit:. He has also in Cadiz as good a Livery Sta bio as there is in the country. Buggies, Car riaaes. Horses,-&d..'to be had at all times. Travellers either arriving on the ears or in the hack, can be taken to any point they may oe sire., Teri)is reaaouable." 1 : 2u ---f'V WILLIAM L. HOUBJSK.., Cadiz,Ohio, Aug. IS 18H i-j :. " I 0S.HE43 i : JAS I MEADS. IK. I'! GS9.B. Stoubenville Foundry !. & Ma : chine Works.' MEANS & HROTHJERS, ' ' Manufactures of " ' ''"' STEAM EWOJMES, MA'IHIEBir ::;: STJOAB MItL8r ''"-' -A LL KIWDS OP FOUNPity iAWDi'MA . . chine Shop Work, Threshing Machines , Mill Gearing jot Si ws Iron for Bridges 1 Of'et Mflle..ri"liil Coal car Wheels, Cast Iron Fronts,- , ,! Truck & "wagon wh1ls " '. Windows, '" winoow wcigniBj - ;i - 1 uwt oiua,- -Bolts and Nuts cut and " Door Slops, made to order . "- j.Coal. vau Cast & Wrought ScrcwB Shafting .and I'ulip ihrnithed to size , ' Turning and Plan g Stoam Boilers made and 1 ' Iron, 1 " "s -'- ropnired, - Fancy Grates, A '.;.'. Plow Points and wagon Common Urates, boxes,,,, Counting house, Church Portico, Garden and , . end Oflicp Stoyos. 'Orave Yard fencing. ' ' '" ' MrWabave a new and Improved IVATER Wilt; EL, which has been awarded the premi um over ALL COMPETITION, o.u - , . Our facilities for work, are largo,, and having an extensive asaortmem of Patterns, wo can romptlyhll almostany order in our urancnoi sineas. - Aaaross- - - ..i , MEANSi UKUTMfctlO.t fck ......1 :ll lkl.1 t elu ni.meiiiimTine:.w"" Ju'yg3, 1862. l.i-ii full lit iVm' If it.'i' 40 Pkg'i boxoa. 1A.I M R.. lUieuia.f ia .half and nt IQ i'i.. . Pri,,mi! Dates. Almon. Peauuts.EngUb.,Welnms ... in I ili'K 1 11 I ' . I 'I'M. I. 1IH1 earn Nuts, e., at . ' ROWN'S Bronchial:' Troches,:. fcoatremody lnueo, lor afloetions 01 tlie tnroat, recom e raded tor, ptiblitiilspeskere,, BiBgc-s, &c U-L-.i'jii' i !-.: Druggist and BoekertleH" liNE. EXTRACTS, . ' .. - h ... KINK SOAPS. . ! 'l'i !,s :j '.'.I FINE. POWDER FH Ladies use,' just received -,. ' .1-......- ,A1tRETTr ;telinfEAs:; cort-EEfvxTACT for eele by a ht 1 --'i v- II . R. McFA'UDEN i-OO. oRptKitiw: iiiiscirji rt WILLIAM W.-WILS0N!S. r?e on TiaaA, "'and anT kow "rivia irnai u ooaiaj . anA B;tW larjresi r Droueht'10 Cadix.n Stncioi C roccrMs evr 1 whidh 1 V isn h to call the' attention Ot Rnt!l. era and others wisliing to purehaoe fcf -tlftrir own. cansumpUon. ,1 an ieernned t aMt oth asu if aa. low 11 not rower tban either 8tu0eaaUe or WheeUna: nrioa. Mi mtnrk coiututa in ioAiie4N.Oiflus,.li0, , 11 mo khde. ft .. Ai.v.iii. as 1 1 1 t;i Meekeret: ;:.f.-!Ml e;4 obla.,, Lake Fisa all kinder 1 w uT! m Bcoteh iferrinar &ii - . Soda EaelishSoda .-..'n . .v. to hmmm Roda baleratui. ii M k. Srtcsa-r-tiround Feppesi . . - 1 to -H . tirain n n v-. loatew Cloves. Cianamoii,JNumsj, ), ." Uingtr.Muatanii, otev. etc. h Feb.g,'63 . . ,,:, v-; : ci JAS STEWART, IS RECEIVING tie LJU'eea. W;NTR 1 ; etpckot.,.,i',.,. In.-,. ,r it,.. Amone which may ba found l.ndiaa' JSTmb Goods, of a great variety, consisting in part of plain and fancy eUka.Challiee, BeragesLawaa, Prints, Jaconetli, Urganders, Peiainea, euintss. liargu iCyDet Jacouett tUpe,.&e.a, v,, ' ALL & WINTER SHAWLS' Including a full assortment of Whiter Goods Brilliants, Jacttonettoa Lawns, Swiss d Mull Marsaillea, Thread and Jackonett Edging and lnsorlinge. A large. assortment of Mene and Boys Wear, LdiandChildrena Hoots, Shoes and Slippors of all vttrietiee. ' . " . -; t n - t "v---i-scrt..tir.-.'.--t-Jt...ir" rw"'',w.-iMjju" CoiTee, Sugar, Tea, Rice.Tobacce Fiah.Molae sea Sytupa, Candles, Soaps, &e , . ... - JAMES S'l'EWAR'f. Oct. 9,1861. .! Cheap Durable and Neat. , ,viU': T.PHILLIPS & S0f( - i ); i'-Jii! ; -.I .vvru; :?!;". " -. -''i:i'.' 1 "w-.n . li'-i'j.' rV. Ji-....; j , tAOriCTCKls AJtl) l)glt HI ; ;r,., " ' '. ' "el $ r u -.! ::-u n n ;,v r BOOTS &SH0ESJ 7- . ii l!-i, ,,.';. i- 'i'i ii-.; l. - I Oi.noaitu rliePnbtic Buildfnte, Cadia, O. . 1 . MAKE and keep 1 n hand the finest quality of " Ladies w 1 nr. also tine Boots and Shoes, sewed or pegged, (ukI ' hv style to tbe heat city- moke, Oar priug -stock of first '.-lass Eastern Work ;onsWts of nice lot ol La dies' -atirid Misensi -Heeled Slippors, Kid Heeled UootB, Heeled (taiters, . end almost every style of Shoo for Men, Women, Boys and Childrefe. Ladies Rid and (iaitere of the finest material. Work made to uftlor and warranted not te rip. We tit. up and ,keop the lasts for eneb regular nstomer, always inhering a perfect fit. ... Wheeling Monoy taken atparv' . ; ;. ' 1 X. PHILLIPS & .SOU. - May 8, ISfi. ' ' ' ' . ABEL; CARSON ,1 ANUFACI L'RER AND DEALER .1 1.1X all kinds-ot ' a ; 1 . Cabinet Waffe, Chairs, &oP; ' At th old shoe of VVm I l''ry:'Cadi. Oie He - warrants all of bis work is be of tha bdf qual iij , and will be sold at the lowest rates. rarticuwr attenitou- paw to manutaeturiag COFFINS.- Ho keeps a neat HEARSE, v Cadi., July 15, lbG3.. . Boots, Shoee, Gaiters, &o.-- .-10 -y'A ai jgi . -I! )-U SLEMMONS haS now en hand gf his eld it kA stand on Market street,. the. largest, nnest. and best assortmenrof n I most every, variety ! liooto. Shoes; (Jailers; Jfcc; eer-oTteree; ta take market, which lie 'will positively sell low. Uaiiiig.jjurchaaaavthe., gnijcipai, pari 01 an stock lor Cash, he can fell cheap to suit tbe times. Call and examine bis stock before buy- ing elsewhere r i 1 . , , Cedii!, June4,16j. ' "' - Saddle and1 Harness,''' Making' J.-H. XRAWIOIID, 0 r I AVlNU roinoyed his Saddlet Jwpt"t: th IX bnick building ng, on tha corner, oenoella Hoall' Drug sJ-oni;. keep ceniUslly ou band! an arBOrlmefltoi ft , ., , , -. SADtrLES'-: 'v- BRIDLES, , ,,, " JAPANNED ACjSU ' '' " SILVER PLATED CARRIAGE AND " ;i ww; '. , . ....JUSATtlEK WHIPS' . . -. . " iui - COLLARS; tft0NK1,1" " and all other articloa in my ine. Repairing done and work made to order on tha shortest notice and of the best material and workman ship.' , - , , . Please call before purchasing elsewhere, as all work is-warrBwid-t e- at represented and as cheap as at- any other placet? - .-. - J.R.CRAWFORD, Agent, 'i Cadia. L!Ar. 15-6m.. 'f r . . . Baltimore and Ohio : Railroad ,- i,. II K X B.NB THIS GREAT NATIONAL THOROUGH fare ia again "'ope for - ' ' ' ' " " ,, Frciglif andTraViql, The Cars and Machinery destroyed are being replaced by NEW RUNNING3TOCK, with all recent improvements;' and the Bridges and Track are again In snbstantial condition The well-earned reputation oflhisrosd fol-KPEED, SECUR1TVANU COMFORT, will be mow than stiBtaiiisd under the reorganiutioni'of iu business. . . ; , . , In addition W the UheoutttThd-' Attrnetione Scenery heretofore conceded, to, ,thia route, the recent Troublos upon the Border have associa ted nnmerous points on the roed between the Oliio river and Harper's Foiry, yrith painful but instructive Interest. . 1 ui.-j , ,1 v't ':1(rTOCTirira ;f , . At'tbebhioRivor with' thedlevoland'and PltSs burtt; Centrai Ohlii and Marie tta end Cincinna ti Railroad; and, through them, withlhe whole Hailway System f :W- Northweit, Central West and t'onthwost.' At the Washiugton Junction with the " Waehingtbft Bratieh lor Waehington City and tbe Jbewoi nttamae 1 Baltimore with four daily trains 'for Philadel phia and New York.. fi ' .. ,.!!!! k 'i-tvi riill.l.AHrt additional on Tbrouak Ticket to Baltimore Or - the Ndrtherh. Gltie give the privilege of visiting Waabingion Litjr ""rWe'ta the ONLY rtWTW-by which paseon gors tsaw procure,. through tickete. and lljrengU cbocke to Washington City. . ijfv.vl W.P.SMITH, Maeteretf Transportation, Baltimore. Ji."H;rjSULLlVAN',- (ionsrei Wrtlern Aget, , Bcllaire.LMiio.: .. t. v: -., f I. M. COLE. Gen. Ticket Ag. Baltimore. Dec .ft. JSbWy -Ml HEW - BAKERY. ..... G..WAGNKB. WOULD respectfully inform the. citizen t Cadia end ' vicinity 'that be keeps cor stantly qji hand-"hirNer-aakery, on Mar ket atreet.ona dper ecutb '"''L all kinds of bit LAD, CAKES, dec, whiek k will coif at.roasona.Die' pr Men ... u He also keeps Cigars,, Candies, i ' Cndrz,thio', April t3,JttgHyV . ,'iieii Mi IL; i Brussels, ffplyu iugt4!,vv""Ui; w ..A H . 1 . .-ft . r -ow Bashele Clover Seed, J j 500 . ' Drv A unlet, at Il.S.-MtADDEN A CO. PI",.,. if -' .