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W.rrt. 0 .. WedHjenViy - - - - Hnltrojad Time Twblc. Traina on tha Cadii Branch ara now run- nJog aa followsj JUsveCsdil. S ttl.ll. 9:45 A. H. :45 r. Acftve at Cadia 741 )2:30 " 7:45 - The train Wring Cadia at 5:40 a. m., eon aae'S with the train going West on the main ru; the train leaving at 9:45 a. at. connects with the train going East, and the train leer fog at 2:45 r. H. connects with both Eastern MiiiWentera train. HEW ADVERTISING RATES. The followine pricee of advertising heve been (greed upon by the publishers of papers n 1 .edu, to take ellect ltora aed susr January 1. 1863: Oaa inuara (tun lineal or let, three or less insertions.... $1,50 4t ach esbeeqcenf insertion.. '50 ate) three months 3,00 " da aiz motitha . 5,00 do twelve months 8,00 Twe squares, three months 5,00 eta ' eiz months .' 8,00 tie twelve months.... 12,00 'itsree squares, three months 8,00 do ' six months..... 11,00 do twelve months 15,00 Professional cards, one year 5,0 Legal advertisements, one or three in sertions, per square of ten lines 1,50 Each subsequent insertion, per square,.. 50 Divorce notices, not exceeding 20 lines.. 5,0n tech additional ten lines 2,00 Attachment notices.... 2,00 Admitiistrator'aor Executor's nntieea.... 2,00 Announcement of marriages and deaths tree Obituary, charitable and religions notices per line...., 4 Tsbulsr advertise. nents will be chsrged at double price. Dewiness notices in local eolumn.tcn lines or lea 1.00 tAll egal advertisements, divorce, at eachment.adniinistrator's, executor's, obituary , charitable, religious and business notices, to be said tar in all cases, in advance. R. HATTON, Editor Republican. C. N. ALI.KN. Kditor Sentinel. U ! !LI 1 ... Si New Terms for the Sentinel, S A YEA It AFIEIl ItIAYl,'61. We find it impossible with the pre sent high price of living, paper, ink, labor, &c, to make the publishing of the Cadiz Sentinelp:iy us anything like a reasonable compensation, at its present price hencej after the 1st of next May, (when the new volume be gins,) our terms will be $2 a year, and 2,50 a year if not paid before the ex piration of the year. Those who have expected to receive it for $1,50 ayvar, will not be disappointed if they pay by the 1st of next May and now is the time for all who desire to take the paper, to do so, and pay in advance before that time. ' vThat the Sentinel will be well worth all that we ask for it, no one will doubt, who is or be comes one of .its patrons. SOLDIERS RECEPTION. At a meeting ol citizuna of Cadiz and vicin itf, held in the Auditors Office on Tuesday evening, March lit, to t stify in some way their gratitude and estoetn lor the bravery and patriotism of our returned volunteers. On motion it was unanimously reto'.ved that a cordial invitation be cx.trr.dcd to all oar brava soldiers in tetvice, cow at borne, belonging to Haitieon County, their wires and aneethearts, to partake of a frco cupper tab served in the Court House on TUES DAY EVENING the 15th inst. On motion, O. Sletomons, Thomas George, J. M. Paul, Martin Jaaisun aod John Rob Won war appointed a committee of arrange, uientg. On motion, 8. George, Sr., John Coleman, T, J. Brown, Kersey Kint-ey and D. L. Hughs were appointed committee on finance. On motion, the county papers we: a rs (jussted to publish the proceedings of this meeting, D. CuHMiQHAat, President. D. B. Welch, Secretary, BtST'The Senior Editor is still con fined to his roonj. Printing Jtlulerial on the Bie. Paper of all sorts has taken a rise Rgain, from two to three cents per pound, making it one hundred and twenty-five per cent, higher than over was eighteen months ago. Besides tb the type founders havo issued a circ ru;n? lar, announcing twenty-five per cig advance on all printing uuterials.-re(jj This ought to. convince those in arrea rs for the Sentinel that printers can-.agk not do without their just dues. - lam- BFDon't forget the County Conpecie rention next Saturday. Let eaciable township he fully represented. TBSi-See advertisement headed "VaV tiahle Farm for sale," in another col umn. ; BgpWe ara under obligations to lions: J. C. Jamison and S. II. Wat son for valuable public documents. 8"Mo.6rencld township has, at last got the credit for he 22 Cavalry men mustered in last October. This will roliovci Moorefield from the draft. J83,Bt. Clairsville has heen troub led, latelj with Burglars. , . Several tores were entered, and some money take from each. i i BThe Cambridge Brass Band have enlisted in tho army for three years. They will be attached to the 15th O. V. I. . Jjfij-The 3rd Anniversaay of the Pereclesian Literary Souiety of the McNeely formal School of Ilopedale, will be celebrated on Friday evening, March 11,1864. The'programme in dioatea an interesting time. jpgjrWe observe by the Newark Ad vocate that our friend, S. M. Hunter, formerly of Cadiz, has formed a part nership in.the law business with lion. J. R,, Stanbery, of Newark. ,. "We are glad to hear of the flattering prospects of our "young friend, as Mr. Hunter, is e young man of fine legal attainments and np predion for him a brilliant fu ture in toowrj ftattioitV'.: ''' 1 The Gen. Cutr who mule such a brilliant cavalry dash on Lee8 flank . . . . Tt ! the other day, is an Ohio boy. I" "therefore quite a "youngster 0 wear stars. More than that, he has; inst cot him a wife. Perhaps, that's what made him fight so! It does some people. 0. 8. Journal, 7th inst. Gen. Custar Js not only an Uhio hoy, but he is a Harrison county boy. I He is the youngest General in the U S. Army, being only 24 years of age made a General when but 23. 'Bully" for Harrison county. We'll bet her General will bo the man that will take Richmond! Mark that! Harrison County's luota. We are under obligations to Pro vost Marshal Ready for the following statement of the quota's assigned each sub-district in Harrison county under the late call of the President for GOO, 000 men: Freeport " .15 Washington 15 Moorefield " 19 Nottingham j 15 Athens 19 Cadiz '39 Shortereck 28 Greene 25 Iluinley 17 German 20 North 14 Archar 12 Stock 13 Monroo 14 Franklin . 18 Total 281 Several of the townships in Harri son county hare already filled their quoa, but as yet none of them have re ceived their credit on the books of the Provost Marshal. Cadiz, for instance, has a quota of 3D men. She has fur nished over 50, and last week had a credit of but 21. Thero apps trs to bo slow work among tho "ra I tape" Iraternity. Christian Witness. We have received a copy of this nn'Ae christian journal.. It is well edited, and it is refreshing to read it after perusing the trashy m uter found in a majority of the so-called "Church periodicals." It is neatlv nrintcd on'cood naoer. and sent to subscribers at 2,03 a year. ! Address Rev. J. F. Given, Columbus, Ohio. There should be a large num ber circulated in Harrison county, and we trust there will be. To tUoso who widh a Christian journal, now is your time to procure it. R2fcBy an advertisement in amth er column it will be seen th.tt W. W. Wilson, Wholestlo Grocer, Commis sion Merchant, to., has associated with himself iu this business his broth er, Mr. James C. Wilson. "Jim" is a clever gentleman, and a thorough business man, and we predict for the firm entire success. , Country mer chants would do well to give this es tablishment a call before sending oast for their goods, as we think they can do equally as well. JKSA grand welcome to our veter an volunteers and other soldiers who may be at homo is to coino off next Tuesday uight, at the Court House in Cadiz. A grand Supper is to be giv en, and a good time is "confidently expected." Tho Harrison county boys of the' C9th and probably the 30th ere expected to be present, together with the 13th and 74th, already here. the point: the citizen who' violate. no law of the Union nor of Indian- cm not De mteriorcu wuu vj v officers. His house is ins casue; . Vvlo nrnnpra a-nr(nnriiiii laoilt c. tongue and lus person and h.s proper- ,g q tV aro all under the protection Ol the ted with me in the Wholesale Grocery bu: . . . 0 AlfliAiirrh Is' on(i u wi" hereafter be conducted in sovereignty of the state. Althougnaineof VVi8;)ll(S. Bro the offense laid to tho party's, charge diZi ollio, Moroh 3. l8W; W" WIL80N. inthatcasowas liquor selling ; to sol-- ---- diers. yet if the same citizen had o' ' BST Senator Jamison, Kepresc sueV tive Watson and Sergeant-at 'Arms Howard were at homo last Saturday on a visit to their friends. They re turned yesterday, wo believe. A Federal Colonel, in a speech made in Wheeling, at a war meeting lately, predicted that the rebels would have possession of Wheeling in loss than 40 days. Bounties Coiaiiiiiiod Until April First. , By reference to our Congressional proceedings in an . another column, it will be seen that the National Bounties will be given till tho 1st of April. Whether this will postpone tho draft ui wo ure not aavisea, Dut we are inclined to the opinion that it will. Military men are of tho opinion that the "draft" is not what it is "cracked up to be." ' , , 1 ' We have no doubt that if the draft is postponed Harrison county's quota will be failed to overflowing, if it is not already, JfJS? Two . hundred and seventy- eight National Banks, with a total capital of thirty-three million dollars, have been authorized; eight millions of circulation have been issued to one hundred and seventy banks. The Currency Bureau is working to its ut most capacity to meet the demand for the notes, which will be issued as fast as the can be prepared.. None but fives and tens have thus far been put out.; .vj".'::; ? .'.i ,., . Circumcision.- The Jewish rite f ! circumcision, the symbol of the cove- j nant 0f God with i Abraham, a history j of which U givaa in the 17lh chapter , ... , - . Z";" .. " regarded by the Israelites as a most sacred and solemn ceremony, was cel ebrated in Cadiz, for the first time in its history, we believe, on last Mon day week, in the circumcision ot a son of J. Brilles, Esq. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a select party of friends by Mr. R. Steinfeld, of Pittsburg. Tapers were kept burning, as is the custom among this people when any sacred rite is being observed. A brother of Mr., Brilles acted as god father to tho child, and a sister as god-mother. The child was taken from -the mother by tho god-mother and given to the god-father, in whose arms it remained during the ceremony. A1IC CCrUIllUIllill 1U11UO ncio i;v-mv Hebrew, and consisted of extracts from the Old Testament, some read others chanted. The circumcision was performed with a knife sharp on both edges. In accordance with the teach ing of Jewish tradition to name chil dren after tho nearest dead relative, the child was named Jacob, after Mr. Brilles father, recently deceased. To circumcise a child, to have one circum cised, or to act as god-father or god mother is esteemed as a great honor among the Jews.. There area great many interesting facts given in the Bible about circum cision. Abraham was circumcised when ninetynme years of age, and immediately thereafter circucised Lshrnael, in h'i3 twelfth year, and Isaac at proper age eight days. When Josima and tho children . of 'Israel reached the promised land, ho had his whole people circumcised. Among New Testament writers circumcised, we might mention John and Paul, and all who were of Jo wish origin. We read in the 2d chapter of Luke of tho circumcision of Christ. Tho Jews are of the most faithful Pe0Ple in the world in the observance of religious rites and ceremonies, and in -this respect teach a lesson of faith fulness to all people. How many pro fessed Christian parents would bo jealous enough to send half-way to Pittsburg to have tho christian ordi nance of baptism administered. The Jews at least show earnestness. M'arrirl on the 4'.h int., hy Kev. Itohert ITerron, Mr. AsnrtEw Smith. Lieut. Com mandinjr Co 1. 13th Uegt. O V. I. to Miss Asse Jaktb Tookb o' Croil Co. O. On the 27th ult., at Ihe residence of Ab ner W. Marshall, in Mooreflcld, Harrison Onuntv, by M. Harvey ICsq.. Mr. John 0. Wkat, of "Company I, 13'.h Uegt., 0. V. I., and Miss Anne Kliza Fisher, of lieltnont County. Oiilo DIED On the 8d ult.. et her residence in Moore field Tp., after a lingering ond painful sick ne", and in in her thirty fifth year, Sarah Ank Wilson, Consort ef James Wilsnnand daughter of lbs lately deceased George Carrothers. jJgj-Brilles is selling his large stock of Overcoats at cost. tf. Town Frojierly for Sale. ( The valuable two Btory briek house, on the corner of Waaren and Ohio streets, Cadiz, Ohio, will be sold on reasonable terms if application bo made soon. Tho bouse contains cielit rooms, cellar, &c. Apply to VV. 11. RKUHK. Cadiz, m Mrs. NA'CY eere, nn the promises, Cadiz, Feb. 24, 1364-tf lEW ADVEUTISEMEttTS. nts Jh II K SAJLli!i. KPHE subscriber offers for sale the farm for- . niciiy uwiiou uy iiisna rinira, coin ainini( 102 i a"res, situated in Gieene Township, about one mile north of Unionvale, and adjoin ing the farm of William Easrleson. Said farm is in good repair, of excellent quality, well watered, has on it a comfortable dwelling house, barn, out buildings, orchard, &c. Korfurther particulars enquire of the sub scriber one-half mile from Unionvale, ALBERT CLARK, March 9, 1301-st Legal Notice, 7 the Court of Common Pleas, Barriton counly, Ohio. Samuel Fcllebarger andT Elizabeth Keltcbarger vs. ). In Partition, Mary Heialer (widow) et. al J The said Mary Heislor (widowf Jacob Ileis ior, William ticisler, John T. IJeielor, Mar garet Heisler and Luciuda Heislor, will take notice that a petition wosfi led against them on the 7th day of March, ,A. D. 1861 ; in the Court of Common Pleas within and (or the ounty of Harrison and State of Ohio, by "Samuel Fel tobarger and wife Elizabeth, and is now pend iue, wherein the said petititners demai.d parti tion ot the following r ial estate, of which John Heisler larely died seized in Harrison county, Ohio, lo-wlt: tha home farm of one hundred i lot)) acres, more or less, being a pir. ol the North East an s north west quarters of section tso nine (9) Townihip eleven(ll) of range four (4)n the bteubenville (and district. Also a part of the South-east slid South-west quarters of Section Ho three (3) m the Town ship and 11 ange aforesaid, containing lifiy-tive aces more or less Also a part of the aforesaid South-east and Souths west quarters of section No. three (3; in the township and range alorceaid, adjoining the last me ntioned tract, containing thirty acrea more or less tie ing all the real estate'ot which the eaid John lieuler died seined, situ ate in the said county of Harrison. And that at the next term of said court, to wit, the May term 18ril, trie said Samuel fel tebarger and wire Blizabeili- will mply for an ardor tof the assignment of the Dower of sa. u Mary Meieler. Widow, and that nn;iin ho iua.de ol said premises. " J.M. ESTEP, .. . '1, ,,. Attorney for Demandants. March 9, 186-6w 111! iliTll''N- O ugar.,,, ; 1U.I UU ooo bbls, Salt, 100 H bbls. Mackerell . ' . New Orleans Molasses and Syrups, for sale by ! ., tt. 8. Mer'ADDEN fc CO. WQT A RllM DRINKI a H1GULY CONCENTRATED YR RTA LK EXTRA I, T. A PURE TOfilC That will Relieve the Afflicted, and NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS. JIS. IIOOI'LA.VH'H German Diitcrs, FRfcPARED BY BE. CM. JACKSON I'HILADELPIIIA, PA. Will ErTcctually end most certainly cure all ljeatee sriirp trout liisordcred l.ivr, btomach, or Kidneys. r MIOUSANDSof our citizens are suffering from Dvep'psia and Liver Diseaees. and to whom the following questions apply we guarantee lloofland's lirrman Hitters WILLCL'KKTllEU ryirsit si nl I-Ivt niens. Do you rise with a coated tongue mornings, with a bad tasto in the mouth and poor appe tite for breulMif Do Vu feel when you lirst get up so weak and languid you can eesreely get ahouit De yon have dizziness in ilie head at times, and olten a dullness, with headnciie occapjoual'vf Are your bowels coilive and ir regular, and appetite changeable! Do you throw up wind trom the siomaeh, ami do vou i swell up often? Do you ieel a fulness alter enune, ana a Binning vr:ien tue tiomacli is empty Do you have heartburn occasionally? Do you feel low spirited, mid ljok on the ilark side ot tliinjrsf Are you not unusually nervous at times! Do you not become roilejj, and of ten Iny until midnight belore you can go to sleep! and then nt times don't you feel Hull and sleepy most of the lime! is your skin dry and scaly! also sallow! In short Is not your li.'y a bunion, full of lorebodings! iiootlond'a Gvrnian Hitlers will euro every esse of chronic or nervous Debility, disease of the Kidney's, and disea ses arising Irani a disordered r-iomach Observe the following symptoms resulting from Disorders ot the Digestive Organ): Constipation, Inward files, Fulness of Blood ! to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nainea, lleartourn, uiseust tor lood, 1' Ulricas or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Kructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the I'll of the Stomach, Swim ming of tliR ileao, Hurried and DilKcult Breathing, fluttering at the Heart, Chokineor simocattng f-ensations wlien in a lying posture, I I'lmiiess 01 vision, wots or vvcus Detore the Sight, Fever and Dull I'ain in the llend. Defi ciency ol I'crepiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Kyos, fuin in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, &c. Sudden r lushes of Ileal, liurnina in the Klesh. Constant Imagining s ol Evil, and great Depression of hpirits. i";ii'f ictsliir - Notice There or" many preparations 6old undor the name of Bitters, put up in quart bottles, com pounded of the clieape.it whiskey or common rum, enstintr from 'M to 4U cents par gallon, iho tnste dissuiacd by Anise or Coriander Sed. 'J his einsj ol Hitters has cfuoed and will continue to cause, as long aj tneycan be sold, hundreds to die the death of the dri'nkard. By their use tho system is kept continual Ij under the influence ol Alcoholio Miiinuleiita of the worst kind, tho dnsiru fur Ijiiiiorii created and krpt np and the result is ail the horrors .atten dant upon a dnu.kard's hie and death. For those who desire and will iuvk a Li quor liiunrs, we publish the follosviug receipt. Get One IJdtl'o of llooliand's Uermaii Hitters and mix with Three Quarts of iJood Brandy or Whisky, and the result will be a prepara tion that will fur exeel in medicinal virtues and true excellence any of the numerous Li quor Hitters in the market, and will cot much loss. Vou will have all tho virtues of llool iand's Hitters it cuniieetioii wirn a good arti cle ol Liquor, at a much less price than theso iuicri.jr prtpaiaiiuns will cost you. lioofland's German Sitters WILL GIVE VOL! A (iOOl) APPETITE, will givi; vnu S'i'iio'u (St;ai,T; essi e?. WILL GIVK YOU S3 r ii. It hiuI Eitci;;t!lie Feelings, WILL LNaHLU YOU TO SLEEP "WELL, And vill Positively Prevent YKLLOW FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER, &o. Those suffe-ing Ironi Hrokei Down and Deli cato Constitutions, from whnteVor cause, either in male or lemnie, will find in Hoolland's German Hitters a Remedy that will icuore them 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 that these Bitten are And NOT intended as a Bt-VERAGK. The Proprietors have thousands of letters from the most eminent Olergymcn, ' Lawyers Physicians and Citizens, Testifying of their own personal knowledge, to the boneilcial etiecls and medical virt ucs of these lijtters. rrom Kev .1 evvton Brown. D. D., Editor of tho tMicyclopedia ol Heliious h.iiotvledao . Although notd.iposed to favor or recommend Bntent Medicines in aeueral. throuah distrust ol their ingredients and effects, 1 yet know of no simicien i reasons wny a man may not testi fy to the benefits he believes himself to have received lioiii any simple preparation, in the hope that he may coutributo to the benefit of others. 1 do this the more readily in regard to IIco f land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson of this city, because I wus prejudiced againot them formauy years, under the im pression that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture, 1 am indebted to my friend Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for tho removal oi this pre judice by proper teste, and for encouragement to try them, when sutl'eriug Iron: great and long continued debility. The use ot three bot tiesof these Bitters, at the beginning ot the present year, was followed by evident relief und restoration to a degree of bodily and men tal vngor which I had not felt lor six months before, and had aluust despaired of regaining. 1 therefore thank God an I my friend for direct -ing me to the use ot them. J.NEWTON BROWN. Pin lad 'a, June 23. ISfil. Diseases in Kidneys and Bladder, In young or aged, male or female, are speedily removed, und the palient restored to health ULLiCATK CHILDREN, Those en floring Iroin ) All.iS.VlUS, wasting away, with scarcely any rlesh on their bones, are cured in a very short time; ono bottle in such cases will have a in jat surprising titled, PARENTS Having suffering children as above, and wish ing to raise them, will never regret the day they commenced with these Bitters. L1TKKAKV MEN,Si'UDiiNf3, . And those working hard with tlieir brains, should always keep s bottle ot Hooflands Bit ters near them, us they will fina much benefit Irom its use, to both mind and body, invigora ring anu not depressing. It is not a Liquor Stimulant, and leaves no prostration. ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! And the Iriends of Soldiers. We call the aitentiou ol all having relations or iriends in the army to the fact tha."liOOK LANDSGernun Bitters" wilt care nine-tenths of the diseases induced by exposures and pri vations incident to camp life. In the lists, pub lished almost daily iu the newspapers, on the arrival ot the eick, it will be noticed that a very large proportion are suhenng Irom debili ty. Every case of that kind tan be readily cured by lioorland's Gorman Bitters. We have no hesitation in stating mat if tnose Bitrers were Ireely used among our soldiers, hundreds ol lives might be savsd that otherwise would be lost. The proprietors are daily receiving thankful letters Irom trutiurers in the army and hospitals, who have been restored to hcaltu by the use ol these Bitters, sent them by their friends ffyBewure ot Counterfoils! See that "C M, JACKSON "is on the WKAPPiill ol each Bottle. Price per Bottle 73 cents. Or hall dozen for $4.00. Should your nearest druggist not have the article, do not be put oil' bv any ol the intoxi cating preparations mat tnay be ottered iu its place, but send to us, and we will torward, se curely packed, by exirreks Principal Office and Manufactory, '. No. 031, Arch St. . 1 JONES & EVANS, (Successors to C. M. Jackson & Co.,) ' ProDrietor. tXTiOR SALE hy Druggists and Dealers in very town in the United States, rot (At Por Sale by JOHN BIS ALL, Cadi., Ohio. Ji,WJ-y', , - ' COCKY MOUNTAIN SIRVICE 2 " 25 RECRUITS WAXTED KOIt Co, F, llth Begiment. 0, V. C- NOW STATION D AT ' Fnri tlnll-k. Idaho Trrrltnryt men of Harrison county, turn out l . and enlist in Company "K," 'llth O V. C. This is the last opportunity you wi!' have to enlist in the frontier service. It is the most desirsblo service that on could wish lor. The scenery and romance of the wil.ls ol tha far west are grand' and well worth yon' limo of enlistment. The Korte in this section will have to b. Garri-oncd by soldiers, anJ why not by you! Turn out at once young men, and respond to this call while you have the larorable op portunity. " ,'i'ransportation ill he furnished to all who enlist in lliis company. dollars bounty will be paid aa soon as mustered into the ser vice ol the United Siatea. Pay regular every two month: Clothing arid Provisions arj no senrce articles hero. Those wishine to enlist Will apply at the Post Ollice, Cndiz. O'lio. JA.UL.S W HAMNA,!d Lieut. . Company llth O V. C. Feb 17,1861-41 fco.OO ONE HUNDRED RECRUITS WANTED I A LL those wishing to volun V. teer in a new Company this is your last chance, as this is the only new Coinpanv to be organized in this (16th) Disttict. 5602 Bounty! For Veterans, who have served nine mon'hs or upwards upwards. $t02 Government and $200 Local Douniy. $S02 lOOixisaty-z For new liccruits. S.Wi by the Government and S'20J Local Uounty. Any persoii Inn the privilege to be credited where he receives lo cal bounty. To ail who enlist in this Company the above ramntios will bo secured Those wishing to enlist in this O'nn-.ny will apply to Jesse Arnold, at the Auditor's oitise , Cadiz, or at Green's store in Froeport. Lieut.JAS. H. McCOR.YllOi:, Recruiting Ulflesr reb.2i.JS6 108. 108. AND SEE MY LARGE STUCK OK PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS! If you wish to buy a Una Album very cheap, call on me at oace. Largo s'ock an.l splendid patterns, very cheap, new styles Borders. Perfumery! A new. lot, line styltB and good. NEW PICTURES! General assortment of Notion n just received . New Book3' of All - Kinds, - 'at - " 2sT. .A.. T3-JJST2T.A.'Q, 10, illiii ket Street. Cadii. Mtreh 8, 1861. JmEiii illtiflttt's) Icito. THE undersigned has b"ien duly appiinteJ and qualified as Administrator on ha es tate ol John Maflitt, late of Harrison c ounty, Ohio, deceased. All interested will ploase take notice. JOHN RAMSEY, Adminstrator. March 2, 1862-31 John su!!'s Ettiue. NOTICE is Hereby given that the under signed has been duly appointed and qualified as the h.xecutot of the last will and testament of John Estcp, late of Harrison eeunty, Ohio, deceased. ANDIiEW E3TEP, Executor. HarcliS, 1861-3t. JOHN BEALL, 3 AND BOOK-SELL EE Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio. ffAS always on hand the following, at very I I low prices! 1 urtaric Acid . Ginger Root St. G. Cpso-3 Salts Cloves Cream Tarter Nutmegs Soda Super Garb. Cnporas do Garb, Wash Blue Window Glass Shoe Blacking ' Thermometers Cooking Extrscts Sperm and Star Candles Cinnamon Extract Logwood Concentrated Lye Lamp Black Gluo Indigo ' Starch Also a good rupply bf Paints, Oils, Brush es, Dyes xc, Olc. School Books, Miscel laneous Works, bibles and Testaments. The laigest and cheapest stock of Wall Paper in the country, links, Pens, Pencils, faper, Toy Books and Notions, a good variety nd cheap. Call aim examine them. Dec. 19, 'uO. WINDOvV Glass and Putty, a large anc fresh arrival el, each, for sale; at erv ew figurjs 'it BEALL"S. NEW MALAGA RAISINS, bunch and seedless raisins, CURRANTS, CITRONS, ie TOBAC menl celebrate! bacco at and Cigars a complete assort cigars and tobacco, also Brown's ' a cut chewing and smoking to. GEORGE'S. MBS. M AET COLLINS, MAY still be found at her looms in Cadiz, prepared at all times to take Piciures She is now prepared to Photograph old Pic tures ol any sie. She will spare no effort to impart satisfaction. She reBpectlully solicits patronage. To all those in the ciuntry, who have lavor-, ed her with the-r kindness and ,pattonage, she is happy in tendering a most grateful acknowl ments, . , ....... ,-'-, March 2d. ..; LANC Soaps, Honey and other Toilot Soap -sv s good asaortmeat this day received by 0V18 a ; 'Mi VKALh I WALL PAPER IVatchcsi Clacks, JYotions dYotions A3TD FANCY FANG V GOODS GOODS ft A3 now on ha -ids a good assortment ol Goods the above line, which has been bought low, aad consequently, he will self them at very low prices, ilis goods ere all nice and fresh, and cannot fail to pleae buyers, both in quality aod prices; he therefore solrg. its an examination of bia stock aud. prices before purchasing elsewhere in so doing, he feels confident that he will merrit a large snare of public patranage. He keer.s no Watcbea but wlia tare selected with great care, and con sequently, all watches sold are warranted tim.. Keepers or no eale. r lire uolu Hunting Lnglia Levers, full jeweled, from $75 to$li bine Gold flunting Swiss LeeerD, full jeweled, irom 35 to 55 pine Gold open faced Levors aud Le- pines, from 20 to 35 Heavy hunting Silver English Levers, full jeweled, from 25 to 40 Heavy hunting Silver English Levers, soven jewels, from ..., 27 to 35 Hunting Swiss Lever and Lepinea, four jewels, from.... 13 to 16 Silver open laced Lovers and Lepines.. 8 to 12 Cis wilt? Filler Uitigrs, Rr'st Plus iu great variety ol styles and prices. Latlios Uolri Ciisiiiis mitt LockeH Gold Vest mid Tob Clittiu. Ciohl and Silver Speciaclcs. Onldand Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silvfor pectncles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Gold and Silver Spectacles. Shvcr, German and plated table and tea spoons Pocket-books and Portmonies in great variety, line pocket-ttmvFs, shears and scissors, fine Razors, coral gluts on wax spanq Lots of other nire things toe numerous to mention. Call in friends, everything sold is warranted as repre sented. Mil in St., Opposite tho Pnblic Buildings, Cadiz, Dec. ii-loiS- LEE INVADIMG MARYLAND AND brown & mo. ixvadimi :: A. i i x With the best assortment of PIECE GOODS&C, For Gent's wear. Also the latest style of Everofiored in this country, and at prices so low as to astonish the 4 Oldest Inhabitant' "Or any other man," whether Jew or Gentile. We mean what we say. Call and Eiaihine ur goods and satisfy yourselves that f jr Quality, Style, Neatness, Dura bility aud Cheapness, the like was never before witnessed in Cadis- In Shotwell's Room, One Door above tho Express Office, Market Street. tiiiOWN It BRO. Cadis. Ohio, OctoTier 2L. 1861 Sa FERGUSON. Confectionary and Vuriety Stoi Dpposliathe Public Buildings, Cadii, Okie S FERGUSON respectfully informs U' . friends that he is still in the business r. the building directly opposite the Public Built! in lis, where he offers for sale a large aud we selected asosrtment of Conloctinnaries, &c among which may be found the following: Common & fancy Candiesof all kindu, Almoin, r'ilborts, Grearn tnd Pea Nuts, Raisins, Figs, Dates, French Currants. Sugar, Soda, But ler and Water Crackers, Western Re serve and Knglish Cheese, Ground - ' ' and bark Cinnamon, Pepper, Gingci, Alspice & Starch, . Fine and Common Ci gars, Tobacco and Snuff, Pulverized White Sugar, assorted Pick lea and Pepper S&uce, Combs, Port Monies, and Pen Knives, Visiting Cards and En velopes, Watch Chains, Keys and Guards, a Hue let of common Jewelry, TOYS of all descriptions. RTAs he intends to sell cheap, he hopes hit friends snd the publlcgenerally will favor hirr with their "atroiiage. D3Coui y Confectionaribs can be supplied st hiaeata iahniont on the very best terms. (Civil, Political & Military) OF THE SOUTH EEN REBELLION, COMPREHENDING, also, all important State Papers (Confederate and federal ; all ordinances of Secession, proceedings of Congress (Rebel and Federal,)- remarkable speeches, n'c ; together With otlioial reports ol ommanders, army and navy statistics, maps, " BY OKV1LLE ). VICTOR. ' To be completed in three volumes; so per royal octavo, beautifully illustrated with steel en gravings, mups, &o. Volumes one aud two are now ready. , This work is endorsed by Presidont Lincoln, by the Governors, by the most eminent civilians, and by leading commanders in the army and " trTIJOMAS BOND, Fairview, Guernsey county, Ohio, haa the ogency ior this work in Harrison ana i ueearawns cojntios, snd he or his agents will furnish the citizens of those counties with a copy of this great wotk, - -rabruary 17, ltH4-4t , ! ;. : B L LANKE TS and Flannels, a line assortment lor sate by ! , . ; : II S. McFADDEN & CO. KTTER t aper aea. F.nclopes, various kinds and assume, at -eiALLW STARTLUG SEWS. -Jt-i... - cjsssssgi 1" XI 13 I313BT THE CHEAPBSTl INSURE WITH THE . KrKE AND INLAN NOAVIOATl OH K1SKS accepted, now as heretafere, at fair rates and lihtral eenditlons , EUSiNhSSCONDlfrribD wiW AensUal dituatcn snd scenracy. ?StS always met wkk praJ i wutplste jus ice. j Net Assets January, 1864; . $3,002,556,39 4. THE TLAN AND ORGANIZATION of the iL'TNA, after 45 years severe trial has realized the ereatesl public dvantfe and success ot the various rystaiiis of Fire Insurance in the country. It is now better thah ever prepared for dut). 5. 16,000 los tlaima have been-se'tled and paid. SIXTEEN MiLLION? or DOL LARS! 6. THE CONSUMPTION OF PROPERTY BY KIKE, in the United States, svsrsgesi over W 000 d.ily. Is your projierly ex posed and uuproiretedf 7. ARE VOU INSURED? If not, .why netl 'J he cost is trifling; the duty is manifest the result may be your escspe from ruin while delay and neglect may involve yoe in bankruptcy, poverty or cruel disappoint- 8. fA K TICL'LAR ATTENTION and r-srsl is aivtn lo snail riska as !! as Isrje ones. Able security and superior coiumw cisrl advantages allorded. Policies Issued Without Uelsf. L. HEKLING, Agent, Cadis, Ohio; Jan.W, 1864-Sm "Give Him the Tools that caii Handle Thsra Best." This is Democratic; never mind wits'' he W. where he came Irom; whether he is the classical scholir or the plain good.comuon sense van; whether he is a frenchman, a German, 'an Erglishman or a Greek; never mind thut, as long as he does what he claims to do. , Take lor instance Wholesale sad Rotcil Dealer la EEADY - MADE CLOTHING; AND, 'A) CiENTS' PlltMMIIXU ODS. Who for the last three "years advertises thai he seilb at very low prices Over Co a Busin Cofts; Pants arid Vests Of ail Styles and Qualifies; CASSIMERE, FLANNEL AO LHiEN SIllRTS-IlAi'S. TRUNKS, it.,. In short a sea of goods in my line, which have been bojglil advantageously by myself abroad, who visits every market as fast sa steam and pnnd horseflesh can carry. Mytel csrsma ond letters are sent in every direction with minute instructions. And as we htv money ut nearly every great money central ready to eheek from, wo are powerfully aide4 to bay low, and consequently we can, sidda sell cheaper than ahy clothing house in this or any other town. Let buyers who wih te se lect from a large and well bought stock, and be waited on by willing salesmen, give us a call, as wo will try to mako the lieu'aspsai at our establishment profitable. Respectfully , J. GRILLES. Cadis, Nov. 11,1863. Second Arrival 09 WINTEB GrOOr3 II. S. McFAPDy ..K. W. Kwas II. S. M r.4JDE. Si CO., A UE receiving a large stock of Wirier VTa Goods, consisting ol Dry Goo ls, Groeer irs, Hardware and Qucensware, &.c, which tiny invite the public lo call and examine and judgo for themselves. D.c.23, iSi'ii .s ,:j . IWFlill"! I S. George, Ja. . . . . Jausa Gcoaaa. GEORGE &BRO: HAVE now on fraud, nd ara restating s iullsuppijr of , ... , SUGARS, of all grades. TEAS, eomre, TRirp of tin best quality. .. , ' , , ,. 33rThe hij; lies' market price paid far eotikwy produce. Cadiz, Dec Si, 1863. ' fflour, fyc: 100 BBts" SMrru'3 EXTRA , ' WhItk Wheat V add CdRN MEAL oa hand and for aalay'' ' GEORGE & BRO.' r- GAL L F. R Y - DAVrs- Gallery of line arts haa been en lar j, ; ged by lire addition of a eommodiova vorrrnra room, anu miea tip in city style, by which he is ensbled lo make first class like- ' nesses. j . ' ' fi is prices range about the asms as lsstysar without any advance, notwithstanding the in- ! creased advance of every article in the bust ness. ' He intends also keeping on hand a largf a-' I'ttiiiciu oi pitutograpn irnrnes oivsriovs styles; at the lowest prices. .The tiuosl phoiogreuh Albums cheap. Ladiz, Nov, 11. IBCS. ' Wall Paper '. Wall Paper!, r 'TMlEeubseribertakes pleasure in celling the jl. auoiiviuii ui yuonc to ms large aaei . well selected stock of Wall Papers, jnst rteei ving for tha Spring and Sunnorr trade. stock consists ol 20,000 pieces with 400 iiBtt on. ,ieru, iging iii price irosn BAkSXtnta u l,0o per piece, together with aveiy vwieiy f Borders, Window Csrtaina, Decorations fo Isnnel Work, etc., 4ce. ; - J lie hat also ou hand a aoaralsts aseertiswat of School, Historical, Media), jitdifioiii a ad Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, illaokSooks,' &c, &c, w hich will be sold wriolnsaleanare. tail as cheap as they oaa be had Wasa of tho Moautaina. Give aas a cf IL 1 I. M.LAYTOD. Mai eh 9-h - ; , - ..j. v LADIES TBTflNtl SflirTTLSsa, ; v " Crotchet Neediest t i.'M-s.-vn ' '." W Knitta Needles, ,. .', '..'t',: " ' . arr? Hejai, Mrs..d Pea knives of all kmd$ i . TaWe Oatlery,' . ., ' A si aasotlment ol the ctlebratedl India Knts' I ber.handled table fuiUry wirraurrd la a, v I hov aYatof, at AKKI'i'