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WcdnrMlayi ------ Marolilt.
Xew Time Tablet on the Cadiz Itrancb. Trains leave Cadi now as follow: C -00 A. M.. anil 3-30 P. M. The train that leaves at 6-00 A. M., makes r closn connection at tho Junction with the iassengcr train going West; and also eon neou with the nassengor train going East. The . I rain that leaves at 3-30 P. M. make a close connection ut tho Junction with the passoiigar train going East; and alsocoimucla with thu passenger train going Went. Trains- arrive at Cadiz as follow a: 1-00 I. M. and S-Od P. M. The tmifiithat arrivnsat 1 -00 P. M. brings lie mails from- the East mid the Wont. The mail for both East and West leave Cadiz at -00 A. M. Cooking SJove for Sale! A eoul burner Cooking Stove, as good as new, with trimmings, for sale. Possession given on the 1st of April next. Enquire at the Sentinel office. Real Solid Insurance IS BETTER THAN' AX Tho genuine article supplied bv JESSE O. THOMAS, Agent Cadiz, March 15, 115. . .S"The' next Teacher' Examination wit! commence on Wednesday, th li'.ith inst. Archer Township. .The Democracy of .Archer township are requested to meet at their visual place of lioidiiior elections on SATl'HDAi', March "1. 1805, for the purpore of nominating u ticket to be Funportcd at the pnsuing spring election. Turn out ! lir tjubiiit. 7-30raSURYlOTES FOR SALIC AT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK (.".. , AT CADIZ. , .. , , 'Fcr iu:eresting' information relotivo to them oe Circular folded in to-day's6't(mf?. JSiThe place to gut your Horse or Jack Bill printed Mat the Sentinel office. "SBjOver thirty millions of Government bond have been sold dttirug (he pant, week, through Jay Cooke's agency. tefSee sale of the "Mattorn Farm" in Archer towndiip, this county, hi to-dny'g . HfiMjotOstown lot,i in the .thriving town of Fairview, this; county, are offered at public sale in to-day' Sentinel. KS-The Pittsburgh Conference, M. E. C!iun.,h, meets in Canton, Ohio, to.-dny, OIsivli 1", B'wliop Ames, it is understood, v.I il preside. ;Woii;.'l);ivid "Ch'uni!cy,' of Short Creek township, thinks ho has the liuest and best . lot of i.ve" in Harrison Comity. ' Those that uiink dilfci-ciilly, are invited, to call and judge lur themselves. - Kir..-! 'a ''liTcil' nAvV'on tha fiist page of this week's S'ilind, copied from last week's Cadix HfiHthiintri, ;" 8'"lirf body of William V. McConnick, wiio was drowned iu Iowa recently, (an ae vntttit of which will be found under the head .of "local' iiewi" on the first page.) was found ubout two hundred yards from where he was drowned' ' '.', :-"'jJ6JHnViiir A-(ji;s, of Js'rcsport,' this uounty. who voluiite.ercJ under the late call ' v.ith Lieutenant Steele, died in Columbus, a few diiys siiioe.., Mrs. Angus has loot ber "hiTsbah 1 arid eld wt son within a year both l i the service of ..their eouutry. . B?6.We direct attention to tlw sale near llxduunn 1, JcUji'snn county, Ohio, of Wuu .'Jjldd's tine lldr.seS hud, tdieo"priti tu-do'y's ' papcK 'flie sale' takes1 place Wednesday, April 12, 1.S6j. i. Sir. L. has as fine hereof and sheep a.i can be found anywhere. XSu.Mr'. John McOaw, an old and welj known citizen of Archer township, this county, died on last Thursday. Mr. Me . lw hai been a Ruling Eldr ill ths CVaiz ' I'resbytarian Chureh for many year. ' . Mr, Bk.vjamin 1'arhish, an old citizen ot thia township, wai Lurried oti last Tues ' Jay week,.', ' .... John Ooj.evii, Euq., a well known and ' jirominent bjtizeil'of this (Cadiz) teffiiship, lied on last Sunday, after a long iUne.su. Jlr. O. wai t tuan of moire tkaa ordinary ability!. . . "We regret, to learu of the deatb of Jacob Bhouok, ior of Mr. John Brought t this towqihip, which sad eveut took ' placa at Hilton Head, South Caielina,- Feb ruary '25, 18C5. Jaeob had only volunteered about the first of January last, -to the credit .)f. Cadiz township, tin J was. in the sorviee , of hi country but a short time. We sy m pathizo with the parents and friends cr the 4eebksed Iti the loss' of their son. WBuWe direct attention to the card of Dr.. A,. W, Ramsey. Physieiau and feuirKeori, Ilopedale this comity.' The Doctor itaitdii phigh in hio profoasion, and we would recoiii 4Tpend pur frifciiiiin that seotioti when they .are in .need of a Physician to give Dr. llam- ajbull-"; tl- :'.'.: ' .r '.,l,(at.rrT dwolling' bouse ofV Walter Tamison,. Es. adjoining ' Cridit caught lira ou'.ast -Saturday, night 0 between nine and ten o'clock." The kitchen aJ dining f'tn priucipaUy ''dfctroyed,' but the main building was naved through extraordi nary exertions. -Lom about $500, princi pally covered with' insurance inthe Phoenix uptiy. of Hartford; J esse ' 0.;' Thoms , Cadi. Agent. ? r . : Beaver Seminary. We direct attention to the advertiscmcut of this excellent institution of learning, iu- to-day'g Sentinel. The advantages posse- ed by this institutionfor giring young ladies a complete and through education, are not urpasiod by any similar institution in this country. The teachers axe all fully compe tent for their duties. The following article from lant week's Cadiz RepMicau, in relation to this excel lent Seminar', will give our readers as good an idea of its locality and advantage?, a an it titutiou of learning, as. anything we could write: . Beaver Seminary! While Professor Taylor, President of the above named iem-! liiury, was in town we made his acquain tance, and found him to be a pleasant gen tleman; and as an educator, he no doubt stands high. We learned from Professor Taylor the following facts in relation to the school over which he presides. Ha has re cently purchased the school buildings here tofore occupied by the U. P. School, and the school have been united. The prin ciple Teachers in the V. 1. School have been retained by Prof. Taylor. The num ber of scholars in attendance upon the two schools bus averaged about loU. The school buildings are commodious and con venient, and tho town of Bever is pleasant ly located and healthy. Mr. Taylor has had charge of tho fehool some live years, during which time several of our young ladies have been in attendance iipou it. Miss Magce, daughter of Dr. Ma- 5 ec, graduated at Beaver Seminary. Miss Soyles has been in attendance upon that school. Mrs. McCall's daughter, Miss llct tie Gale, and Miss Laura Spencer are ut prcscut attending that Seminary ; and they all, we understand, speak well of it. They all speak well of Prof. Tayloy ; and he U, no doubt, deservedly popular, as uu educator. If any of bur citizens desire to send their daughters to a first class Female Seminary, they, perhaps, could not do better than to send tliein to Beaver. t$Over two hundred and forty-live per sons have joined the M. E. Church, oa the Deersville circuit, during the last three months; under the ministrations of Reve. Dennis and Brady. Eighty-nine of that number have joined at the ''Asbury Chap, el," in this township. BsUuder the head of ''neighborhood News," we give full particulars of the hor rible and brutal murder of John B. Cook, Deputy Provost Marshal of Guernsey Coun ty. We knew Mr. Cook well, lie was an excellent man. ' We are pleased to learn that the perpe trators of this inhuman murder were caught in a barn near Londonderry, on laut Thursday. ' ?- I m K PKTLKl'Bl"c'0.1I I' A X V. At a meeting of the Stockholders of this company, held on laet Saturday, the follow ing gentlemen were elected inrectors: Samuel George, John M. Tipton, II. liowlos, Dr. Wortman, J. M. Estop, John HaNei'tield, Ingrain Clark, D. Cunningham, Walter Craig. Tlue Directors of this Company desire to proceed as soon as possible to bore tor oil. This cannot be done without more money. I t is for the interest of all that a fair trial should be made, otherwise the money ex pended is thrown away. It will take jHl, 001) to do this. Let all take an interest in the matter ainl subscribe what they can. We do not claim that we shall be a-rUu'n to discover oil, but the county is said, by good judges, to be in the great oil retion, if so, the proper enterprise will develop it, and it is important that this should be done mini. Petroleum is an ciititUixlicd fact, and will soon take the lead of the gold mines of California. While v,e have been talking others are doing. Every few days we get the news of oil being found by our enterpri sing citizens in neighboring counties. Let us not be behind them in enterprise. The company has leased overl.'iOO acres of what promises to be excellent oil territory. The shares are sold at $5. Citizens are taking from one to fifty shares. If we can get an engine at work early in April, we can, by the middle of June, bore 000 l'eet, and without going so far, we would do no belter than others have done if we should have a well flowing ,i00 barrels per day. Subscribe iiberaily, und let us try for such a well. Let us bure the hole. DIRECTORS. Tiik Ohio. Legislature has repealed the law prohibiting negroes from voting in tliis Slate. We wonder if they will not repeal tli i Constitution, which restricts the right of suffrage to white male citizens? The dominant part is engaged in a regular cn wide against that word "white," iiiiln ust strike it out of the Constitution. Cn. L'nq. Ql'EKi Vkt.'PUI.V., th.rough hcr.envoy ex traordinary and 'minister plenipotentiary, has congratulated Maximilian on his eleva tion, and extends diplomatic courtesy. Advices from Newbern announce the Federal occupation of Fayette ville last week, and say Sherman is forty miles from Ral eigh. Tt is supposed Sherman will destroy illooo locomotives and tar;', which are at Char lotte. On the 6lh insl., by ltcv. YV. M. Grimes, at his residence. Capt. JOHN A. NOKKIsi, Provost Marshal of tho Will District of Ohio, to Miss. NANCY JEAN.NITTK BEEIJE, of Cadiz, Ohio. ' , ; , ' ; At the parsonage, in Deersvillo- on the 5th Inst., by tho Kev. Samuel Patterson, Mr. lSAZALKKLU. WELLS to Mi';s NAM Y iA LMONS, both of Harrison County, Ohio. On the Uthinst., at (he parsonage at Moore lield, bv Rev. T. U. Crawford, Mr. GEOIWE W. BEltKY, of Belmont county, .to. jMtss ELLEN HOBHS, of 1'lushiiig. DIED tiA)inouncein'iht.i of Deathn aravuhlixli eitin, the "Sentincli without charge. . When accompanied by comm mtarie.1, whether prose or poetry, they must be paid for at the rate of jive cents per line. On the i:!th of February, lMOfi, nt tho resi dence of her father, Mr. Amos West, of Franklin township, Harrison county, Ohio, of Consumption, Mrs. MAUY CRAW FORD, in her 33d year. JLTX KXHIIIIX o F the exact amount of Money Existing in the Treasury of Harrison County. ou ine znin uay oi reuruary, a, i. isiia, O, made iu eoulorniity to tho ad section of an Act to amend sections 6, 15, 'Jit and U7 of tho act entitled -an act to further provide for the better regulation, of the receipts, disbiirseinoilt and sale keeping of the Pub lic Revenue," passed Aprii. 2, 1U5S, passed, Anril 5th. 1809. to-wit: (bounty . -II Fund Bridge , -.1" " Statu School , ' Principal Sen. 1ft " . Interest " " " Surplus Ro venue " Rftilrond ,"' Fine ,1 TT'vir " Tavern License " i...t... Relief . " Institute " ( II... t o .:...:.... 4451 23 U404 I'M m 04 im 88 zi 4'.i ;'4ao 71 1597' 57 W) (W ' 18 oo fi 40 305 67 ...t.lM IW 17 r 780 00 Military -: . Bounty ;i'.U.U lt!m.;A,.;..t..w M?3 W . , f $17088 m T -.; I.ISM OVER !.-.- i. "i liillriimrv' Fund...... ...... .....000 HO ' Net balance $4BA8U 00 SAMUEL KNOX, Auditor. ' T, . 'J ? W. SK l'OVLSON, Treasurer. March 8, lKv -i," ' !.-- 1 -.-:. ' j A. W. KAMSEYt M. D. PnACTIHIJtOJPIlYBlCIAN ASD OperntlvejS ureeon, OFFICE and Residence in nOPEDALE, Harrison County, Ohio. March 14, Ixtt-ly BEARER '-SEMINARY AND i: STITUTU, MUSICAL KEV. It. T, TAYLOR, .1. 51., Pres. $58",5Q "f.VYS for Board, Room, Fiu-1. Liht, X niid Tuition in Common l'.ranches, pr ti'toi of 1 wecKS, nnunoiicin;j Itlarch '2S, 1H65. 0Rurcrinr advnntaires for Vocal and Instrumental Music! March 15, lSU5-2t Sale of Real Instate by Order of t'ourl. ON thr Gthday of April, 1SB5, at 1 o'clock In the altmixm, on the premises in the town of ruirvmw, in too Comity or Har rison and State of Ohio, will be Rohl to th'. highest bidder, the'followin" rer.l cMetv, ut tho property of William .1. Mulhi:lla'.id, minor mm of William MuUiollimd, doemw. ed. to-wiu Lots No. thirteen ana lour twn (141 wilh tho appurtenance, in tho town of Fairvicw, in said county. To lie sold free and clear of Di.wer. 'JVrniH One-half lown, and balance in one yenr, with interest from day of sule, se cured by mortgage. Possession iriven immedlaU-ly. JAMES HENDERSON, Ouurdian of Wm. J.Mulholland. March 10, lStio-4t V X LUABLE AT STOCK PUBLIC SALE! i WILL offer near Iti.)hmaud, Jefferson county, Ohio, ON FOUliTH DAY, (WiiUNKsiiAV,) The 12th day of the 4th month (April) tho highest bred end most valuable Htock of Trotting and Roadster Horses, and Morino Sheep ever offered in Eastern Ohio. The Stallions Allen Sonlag and Provincial Chief, lire among the number. Also, several Mnrcs that lmvo taken 1st premiums at State Fairs; besido about thirty head of younger animals, of both sexes, of great promise. Of all the State and County Fairs ut which we have exhibited, wo have' nover yet failed to take 1st premiums on Horses and Sheep; and we believe we can show to day, Merino Ewes, yearlings and Lambs, that will compare favorably with any other in the United States. Also, at the same time. Mules, Cnltle, Hogs, Forming Imple ments, Household I urniture, etc., etc. Having sold my farms, the Stock, Ac., MUST RE SOLD. All wishing tho liest of Stock nt low rates, will do well to be on hand. For Catalogue of Horses, address me as below. WM. II. LA 1)1), Richmond, Jefferson Comity, Ohio. lOth 3d mo. s,'-ts. Farm for Sa.le. TN pursuance of tho powers vested in me as Executor of the last will and testa ment of John Matlern, deceased, 1 will sell at public sale, on 'III I US DA Y , APR 1 L 6th, lXof, at 1 o'clock, P. M., on the promises in Archer township, about two miles North Fast of Cadiz, the following premises to-wili A part of the East, half of Section No. thirty-one (31) in Township No. ten (10) of Range four (4) in the Steulieuville Land District, in the County of Harrison and Stale of Ohio, adjoining lands of Thomas Craw ford, A. B. West, Jonathan Oray and others, containing one hundred and one acres and a half, more or loss, to be accurately sur veyed. . This is tho best quality of land und lies well, and is all tillable. Terms One-third in hand, and balance in two eiUal annual payments, with in Ici est from day of sn I c, payable annually, se cured by mortgage. " , Possession given immcdiatelv. ABRAHAM MATTERN, Executor of the Will of John Mattern, dec. March 15, lS05-4t U. S. 7-30 LOAN. By Authority of the Secretary of the Trea sury,' the undersigned has assumed the Gen eral Subscription Agency for tho sale of United States Treasury Notes, bearing sev en an ! three tenths per cent. Interest, per annum, known as the SICVEN-THIRTY These Notes are issued under date of Au gust loth, 1S04, and are payable in three years from that time, in curronay, or are convertible at the option of the holder into r. S. 5-20 Sl l'cr Cent. GOLD BEARING BONDS. These Bonds aro now worth a premium of nino per cent., including gold interest from Nov., which makes the actual profit on the 7-30 loan, at current rates, including interest, about ten per cent, per annum, besides its exemption from Stale and viunicipal tax ation, which adds from one to three per cent, more, according to the rates levied on other property. The interest is payable semi annually by coupons attached to eoch note, which may be cut oil' and sold to any bank or banker, '.'': . i , ' ; j-? ' The interest s mounts to ' One cent per day on a ?50 note. Two cents " "" ' $100 " ; y Ten " , " " $500 " 20 " " " " $1000 " 1 , "' -.. " " " $5000 " Notes ;f all the denominations named will bo promptly furnished upon receipt of subscription. This is C . . . ' -, TtlE 0LY LOAX E MARKET ow offered by the Government, and it is co'ufulently expected that its superior ad vantages will make it Iho GREAT POPU LAR LOAN OF TH13 PEOPLE. Less than ?200,000,000 remain unsold, which will probably be disposed of within the next OH or no days, whou the notes will undoubtedly command a iremiuui, as has uniformly been the crse ou closing the subscriptious to other loans. In order that citizens of every town and section of the country nrty be afforded fa cilities -for taking the loan, the Nalional Bunks, State Banks, and Private Bankers throughout the country have : generally agreed to roceive subscriptions at par. Sub scribers will select their own agents, in whom they have confidence, -.iid who or.ly are to be responsible for tho delivery of the notes for which they receive orders. JAY COOKE, fiiiBssniFTioN AgeSt, Philadelphia. Subscriptions will be received by the Fiu.vr National Bank op Cadiz. March 1, lS05-3m , , EIOLSK Al OLrT LOT AT PL'U- LIC SALU. ffflHE subscriber will olfer nt Public Sale, J.' on THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1805, nt 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, his house und lot on the now Wheeling; Road, almost adjoining Cadi,. Also a throe and a half aero lot near by. There aro good buildings, orchard, &e., on the premises. Terms made known on day of side. Also Household Furniture will bosoldM tho sunie time and pluoc, together With a Cow. JACOB MARSHALL. ' Cadi, March 8, 18U5. 1,5 VERY person Indobted to me must pay 4 -whiit they owe immediately. 1 have waned long enough, and cannot give further Indulgence. -."A word to tho wise is sutii cient." JACOB CRABB. . Cadi, March 8, 1805. nOWE STEVENS' Fumily. Dye Colors - the only reliable ones, for sale at man ufacturer's prices by I '--: ..--' -";, JOHN llEAIil;, . a . :jMi.l3 ''r ' Prugffist and ApoMicmry. YOUR HOUSE AND- Furniture IN THE OF NEW YORK. FJflUE "Christian Advocate antlJournal,' B of New York City, says of this cum pany, in it issue of Sept. 10, 18G3: "The success of this company has been unmisui kublc. Its reputation is second to that of no other compnnv." Hksbv Ward Beech br's "ndc7enienr" of Sept. 17, 1803, say: "This is one of our moxt excellent end reliable Insurance Com panies." No individual should assumo tho respon nihility of lowing his all by tire, when lor a int're uoinuiai sum ne eaa De reneveu oi it. Apply at once for a Policy to the agent for the above compnnv. SAMUEL GEORGE, Jr. Cadiz, February 8, lsos-lyr M'lCIXi AXI SL.tI.1IEU TU VOL! FOR 1C64. WI M COOBS OHEAT PREPARA TlOXSfor a LAROE TRA I)L' OLDEN B ti K Wb -''i.-"1?'?. W sw K a S T O R r-Aj Main St., Wleollnjy. STONE A THOMAS announce to their their friends and the public, thuttliey are in receipt of their stock of Spring and Summer Goods, embracing Dry (roods in all their varieties. Carpeting, Oil Cloth and Car pet chain, Millinery Goods of every vuriety, Notions, and varieties generally, comprising the largest, and in some respects, tho most desirable we ever brought to the city. Our customers may rest assured that they will reap all the advantages that fair deafing, a long experience, close attention to husiness, careful buying, and buying witli Cash, can give them. Wo buy most of ourgoods with cash, directly from tho manufacturers and Importers, and from close cash Auction hou ses, thereby saving a large per contago. Wo have ample facilities for doing a large Job bing Trade, and invito tho attention of Mer chants to our stock before buying, and Tail oi'sto our stock of Cloths, tussiuaeres and Vestings. Without particularizing, wo will say wo keep the largest stock in the city of tho fol lowing as well as all goods. Dress Silks, of every style and price. Millinery goods, silks, vel vets, ribbons &c. French Meriuoes, of every shade. French Prints and Goods. Goods for Friend's wear and traveling.' Shawls of every grade end price. Plaids and Prints, and worsted Itthricx for dresses, Cloaks and Cloaking, Prints, Ticks, Muslins, Flannels, Blankets, und goods for Man and Boy's wear generally. So Good House shall sell cheaper. Our stock of FURS will be found to bo very desirable. We ask attention to our stock of Carrjoting, fcc, tiIv,u je ,j fu and at low pi ices. All goods sold at a low advance on pur chase. Persons making purchasesin the city will' find it to their interest grcutly, to givo us a call before buying. . . Parcels sent to any part of the city fuepj. Remember the sign of the "Golden JJec j'l ive," near tho Suspension Bridiro. STONE & THOMAS. April 27, 1MH. . CHEAP, DURABLE & NEAT! T. PHILLIPS & SON, UANUfACTCKEBft DEALKBS IN BOOTS & SHOES! Opposite the Public Buildings, Cadiz, O. vKl'j and Keep on nana tnennest qual ity of Ladies Wear., also Fine Boots and Shoes, sowed or pegged, equal in style to the best city make. Our Spring stock o first class Eastern work consists ot a nice lot of Ladies' and Misses Heeled Slippers, Kid Heeled Boots, Heeled Gaiters, and almost every stvle ot Shoo for Men, Women, Bovs and Children, Ladies Kid and Gaiters of the finest material.. We fit up und keep the lasts for each regular customer, always in suring a perfect tit. Wheeling Money taken at par. T. PHILLIPS t BON. Mav 4. 1R04. BOOTS, SHOES -AKD C2r TL7 3E3 3Et S3, Samuel Slemmons nAS REMOVED from his old stand to the brick building two doors South east of tl.e First National Bank, on Market Street, where he will be happy to accommo date his old customers and tho public gen erally with tho BE ST OT WOHK IN HIS LINE, OFTHR MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE. All kinds of Mens' Women's, Boys's and Children's Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, o, the best quality, which he will sell on the uost liberal terms tho times will admit ot. All orders in tils lino promptly alt to, and all rips repaired Gratis. Thankful tor past favors, he solicitsu ided liaro ot puplle patronage. ' S. SLEMMONS. ;. Cadiz, Nov. 2, 1804. KUOBT KEEK STEAM MILL SMITH & WAGNER UAVING purchased and refitted the Steam Flour Mill formerly owned by Hon. -Charles Wnrfel, two miles east of Cadi., on the Wheeling read, aro prepared to manufacture the Best Flour in the mar ket. Having had long experience in the business, tkoy warrant satisfaotiou,' They solicit a share of the pualie patronage. - "SHuCom grinding and Choppiug done on isnturday'. - SMITH & WAQKKR. ' -' f,b. 22, 1866-ly. i Sj7P .jt.; . : .V !T 'Ji mm mm miu I . r rk I A - w i (Mr p) CURE WAHlt ANTED I F DIRECTIONS ARE FOLLOWED. WtuII for a C'irrulur lescrlllng all Hymploms.x SYMPTOMS: The Kvinptoinsof Catarrh as they general ly appear are at first very slight." Persons Ibid tliev havo n cold, that they have fre quent attacks, and arc more sensitive to the chances of temperature. In this condition the nose may be drv. or n slitrht discharge, thin and acrid, afterwnrds becoming thick and adhesive. As the disease becomes chronic, the discharw are increased in quantity and changed iu quality; they are now thick and heavy, and are'hawked or coughed off. The secretions are offensive, causing a bad breath; the voice in thick and nnsal; the eyes are weak; the sense of the smell is lessened or destroyed; deafness fre quently takes place. Another common and important symptom of Catarrh is; that the person is obliged to eieer his throat in the morning of a thick or slimy mucus, which has fallen down from the head during the night. When this lakes place tho person mav De sure tnat nis disease is ou its way to the lungs, and should lote no time inar resting it. The above are but few of the many Catarrh symptoms. ,1 Single liottle trill lat a Month used litre times a day. lo be TESTIS! OXIA L. From lion, Thomas J. Turner, ICx-Member of Congrem from Illinois, late Speaker of J ill whs Mouse or Representatives, and (Jrand Master of A., F. and A.M. of the . state oj Illinois. Frf.epobt, Oct. 21, 1363, DR. D. H. SEELYE: Dkar Sib. In reply to your notice of tho 18th iiist., I would say'that I was severely amieteii viin catarrn lor years, wlien I be camp acquainted with you and bought two bottles of your Liquid Catarrh Remedy. Before I hail rtsod one bottle I was sensibly improved, and before the second bottle was lmished, was completely cured. I can re commend tho medicine to all afllioted w ith Catarrh- Respectfully Yours, T1IOS. J. TUHNER, DIl. D. II. SEELYE k CO., Sole Proprietors. S. Western Depot, Chicago, Illinois. &sv Laboratory and Principal Office, Free port, Illinois. CiENEIML ACEXTS: SruoNf fe Armstrong, Cleveland, O. John D. Park, - - Cincinnati, O. Wm. Jcxxson, - - - Detroit, Mich. Sold in Cadiz by JOHN BEALL, and by Druggists every w'here. Feb. 15, 1885-ly SCHNEIDER'S STEUUEXVILXE, OHIO, AY be found one of the finest and lar gest Stocks of Piano Fortes, Cabinet Organs, Melodeons and every variety of Musical Instruments, in the West. Having a life lime experience, (practical) in the Piano business, and adopting tho course of carefully examining every Pianoat the Factory in person , purchasers may safely rely on getting a FIRST CLASS 'instru ments ' ' ' , The liest Piano In lite Market! EVEllY INSTRUMENT WAKK.INTED FOB FIVE TEARS! Pianos from the celebrated factories of JAR DINE & SON, New York, GEO. STECK ,r CO., " F. C. LIG1ITE .v. CO., " .T. ,feC. FISHER. " GRANESTEIN CO., Always on hand, in good variety, Pianos from 150 to $1000. Solo agent in Eastern Ohio for MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET OR GANS AN D MELODEONS, Tho most perfect instrument of the Reed' kind, and very fast superceding the Mulo deon. A very large stock of Sheet Music on hand, comprising the publications of all the prin cipal publishing houses of the United States. New M unic " Received Every Ijy! Persons atany distance ordering bvlettor, enclosing the market price of atiy lund of music, or Music Book, will receive the same by return mail, postage paid. Old I'ianos and Itlelodeono Taken in exchange for new ones. Compe tent tuners supplied on application. If you want a musical instrument of any kind", I certainly can suit you, both in qual ity and price. Reference nt Cadiz, Ohio Mr. HENRY BOYLES. P. J. SCHNEIDER, . Third Street, Steubenville. July 20, 1304, Farm for Sale IN HARRISON COUNTY. rgiHE undersigned will sol! at private sale, J. his Farm in NortiiTow)fship,;iIarrison County, Ohio, and ubout 1J miles from New Market. It is excellent lund, and lies well, consisting of 173 acres 125 or ISO cleared noarly all bottom, and known as thu "tJermaiitoun Itottom." ou the Conotton Valley. Purchnsorsoan apply to J. M. F.step, Esq., Cadiz, Ohio, or Isaac Wright, Esq., Stou benyiile. IIASKLLAS CASTNEU. Oct. ft. 18fit..tf 01IED STATES lflUil ll)AI Z 8-10 TREASURY NOTES WlTH."X)UPONS FOR INTEREST, l'yable semi-annually from the 15th of August next, and principal at the ehd of three years from thut date, in lawful money of the U. S., or convertible at maturity; at tho option of the holder, into 5-20 6 percent. Gold Bonds. For subscriptions previous to the lOthof August next, interest will be paid to the subscribers up to that date. For sub scriptions after tho lath of August next; In terest will bo paid to date of such subscrip tions. Also , I0.40 U. U. 5 per cent. Bonds, Principal and Iriterert payable in ! -. , C3r OIjiD. The First National Bank at CAbiz Permanent Depository and Financial Agent of tho U. 8., i authortfied by the Secretary of th Treasury, to receive Subscription for the ubovo Tl-ehsnry Nwtes and Bonds.' J; M. WAT.SON, Cashor. August 10, l8(M-tf HOUSE AND LOT IN CADIZ AT I'll II LIC SALE! THE subscriber will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1805, at one o'clock, P. M. of said day, the brick house on Market street, in said town, formerly occupied by Mrs. Brieker. The lot is 50 foot front, and 490 feotbiiek.und boson it a BRICK HOUSE In good repair, with a welj on the lot. The house and lot will bo sold at Oj .Imrgain.r Tornis easy. . ISAAC UEAVLIN.' , Cadiz, March fi, 1805-31 Executor's rVotlee.. riUE undersigned have beeU dnlv np J iointed Executors of the last will and testament of William- Blrney, late of Harri son County, Ohio, qoocesed. All persons in terested will take notice aeeordinglv. , LE10I1 WORTH BIIiF.EY, JAMES CLEN.PENING.'' ' March ), lS6'3t. E.ue.ttors., $ 5,oao WORTH OF WINTER GOODS H. S. HTADDEH & CO., 4 RE NOW R ECF.INING THEIRSTOCK 2 of Winter Goods which have lwen purchased on tavorablu terms, und will bo sold at a SHORT PROFIT. THEIR STOCK CONSISTS OF DOMESTIC GOODS ALL GRADES HESS GOODS, rcss seen AS BLACK AND FANCY SILKS, OF SUPERB LUSTRE. FRENCH MEKIKOES, ALP AGC AS. BAIITHEA CLOTHS AND ' ALSO ,; ..- GK L O -V . El S AND H OS I E R Y SHIRTING FLANNELS, BARRED, GRAY, PLAIN COLORS. AND FANCY SH M. Wit, S AND IN GREAT VARIETY, . Cloak Trimmings & Ornaments. BLA.NKE T B . And Cn assortment of , t' - ( ; ' , ; " . i - Cloths, Cassimeres, Made-up Clothing, LADlES FURS, ';'".. ', , . J '. CARPETS, RUGS, AND OIL C LOTHS. A Large A isortment of LADIES FANCY BASKETS, ,s ' CEDAR WARE, G.L.O.AICS. TUBS, ''.' ':.,,. bowls,'., .'; . V : , ;;' : CARrCT.YARN, . a.OOO CUTS BTOCKING YARN,- I : Tcygether with large assortment? of i ...... Queonsware, llardwarek Grooorle, Fiih, Hjnon and Oolong Teas, Spices, as.; . A.eall la respootfuily aolletted' to txanjine their msgnifleent stek of goods before purha- sing elsewhere, , ., , ., ,. ,,, ' . i. Cadiz, nov.;p,is.;"' :"ri J;K . 1 j cleasse nir HLCOD. - IrrTU mrrupt, f t diotdtmi nr vitiaiet BI-xhI, rot are sick all over. It may hunt out in pim ple, or mjm, or lu some act i to tisrv. 4 or lk mnv nien-iy wp 'yoo lititfw i,inprtsjl If.v and good tur rvUiiny. goa biUj . whil- your Mjoi is .'ipi-re. Ayer'a . Saraapurilta purge out tiiuae im ruritio and Bt'.mu lalthefriinof li into vigorous action, restoring the l.euitli and exreu.ng disea.se. Unce It lupidly cures a variety of cctnpliint which arc cau sed by impurity of tho blood, suoh a .Scrof ula, or King'n Evil, Tumors, Ulcer, Sor;.s. Eruptions, Pimples, Blob-hes, Boi!, ft. An- . thonv's Fire, Rose or Krjsip-li. Tetter or Salt Rheum, Seald Heail, Ring Worm, Caft ceror Cancerou Tuni'TS, Soro Eyes, -F-male Diseases, such a Retention, Irregular ity, Huppressiup, While, KU;ril;ly, also hy philis or Venereal Diseases, Liver Com plaint and Heart Diseases, Try Aver'b SAKS.r.uuLi.A, and see for younteif tlm surprising activity with which it ciounses tho blood and cures these disorder During late years the public have beer. ' . misled bv large bottles, pietending to rive a quart of Extract of SarMtparilla, foronedc! I lur. Most of these have boon frauds uru the sick, for they not only contain little, i any, Sflrsaparifla,' but often no vurntive projierties Whatever. Ilenee, bitu-r dlsap M)intmcr.t has followed the nso of the vari ous extracts of Sarsupariiln wlii.-b flod tho market, until the name itself has beecmj synonymous with imposition mid cht-Rt. Still we call this compound "Sarsnpai illo," and intend to supply such a remedy ns shall rscu"the name from the loud ot ohlrquy which rests upon it. Wo think we havo greund for believing it has virtues which aro irresistible bv tho ordinary run of dis eases it is intemfed to cure. Wo i?nn on'y assure the sick that we clier them the betit oliei native which we know how to produce, and wc havo reason to believe, it is by fart lie most effectual purifier of tho blood yet dis covered I y anybody. Aykk's Cbf.bry Pectorai is so univer sally known to surpass every other i -rowdy for the cere of teu;;'i, CW., Ivjiuevui, lioarsimess, Croup. Jlronthitie, Jnepicni fUmsumplion, and for the relief of Consump tive patients in advanced stages of tho.dis Biiso,thr.t it is useless litre to recount tho ev idence of its virtues. The world knows them. Prepared by J. C. AYER A CO, Lowell, Mass., end fold bv J. UEALL. Dr. Mc BE.A.N and SHARP & CO.. Cadiz, and by dealers everywhere. roar. 1. 'K5.-t'rn. U. S."-7 -JO. 'LOAN.' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CADIZ, IS Agent for tho sale of Unltd States Treasury Notes, bearing wcvon and three-tenths per cout. Interest per annum, known as the SEVEN-TniRTY LOAN. These Notes aro issued under dat of Au gust 15, 1804, and aro paynblo, thre years from that time, in currency, or are conver tible at tho optiou of the hoider into H. S. ft-20 Six Jer C ent GOLD BEARING BONDS. These Bonds are now worth a premium of nine per cent., including gold interest from November, which makes the actual profit of the 7-30 Loan, at current rates, in cluding interest, about tell per cent, per an num, besides its its exemption from Statu and municipal taxation, uhuh adds from onn to three per cent, more, according: lo tho rate levied on other property. The in terest is rmvablo s"m!-anmiaily by cou pons attached to each note, which may bo cut oft' and sold to any bank or bunker. The interest amounts to One cent per day on a $30 Not. Two cents ' " " 8100 ' . Ten " " " " 500 " Twenty" " " ' $1000 ' 1 .i .i u Notes of all the denomination named will be promptly furnished upon the recolpt of subscription. This is TUG OXLY LOAN IN MARKET now offered by the' Government, and it t confidently expeetod thut its sniwrior ad vantages will make it the GREAT POPU LAR LOAN OF THE PEOPLE.: lUiui 82(H),0(Xi,ou0 remain unsold, wtiiehw ill prob ably be disposed of within the ntxt sixty or ninoty days, when tho Notes will undoubt edly oomumiul a premium, ns bits uniform ly been t he casa on closing the subscriptions to other Loans. . ." J. M. WATSON, Cahier. Feb. 22. 1S05. COOTECTIOlSrEilY AND VARIETY STORE! SI1ILEY SHAROK HAVING purchased the ostablislimen, formerly kept by Samuel Fergusont opposite the public buildings, Cadiz, Ohio, resiiectfully informs the publiu that he has ou hand and is prepared lo furnish in large or small quantities evei vthing usually kept in a store of that kind. "Ho will endeavor, to tho best ofliis ability, to please thO public, and he hopes by so doing to merit and re ceive a liberal share of the public patronage. Common and Fnncy Candies of all kind, Almonds, Filberts, Cream und Pea Nuts, Raisins, Figs, Dales. French currants. Su gar, Soda, Butler and Water Crackers, Bark and Ground Cinnamon, Popper, Glnr, Al spice, SturcJi; Fine and Common Cigars, To bacco, Pulverized White Siumr, Pickles, Pepper Sauoo, Port Monnles, Watch Chains Keys and Guards, u tine lotof commou Jew elry, TOYS of nil descript ions, ti - Oysters Fresh in season, and in Summer nice Cove Oysters served hi nil hours.. The lovers of this delicious bivalve cunnot fnil to bo pleased. Ire. Oram In Beason, in the best style. His Sorki fountain is in full blast, and th public will tind this the most hoaatiifui and cooling beverage for hot weather. , , , , .. 'Saii-Country, Confectioneries can be sup plied at his ehtabliehniont ou the viry bout terms. : Cadi, Ohio, Mav 25, 1M. ' ' i " 'I' O X fiJL C HC TP P Sl I EXAMINATIONS will b3 held as fol- lows, commencing at 10 o'clock of thu day mentioned, and continuing three day: AtHOPEDALE, June 20fA, 1854.'-' ' At CADIZ, October mh, um. -AtCAUIZ, March 2M, 186U. , The Examiners desire to call tho attention of Teachers to three items of tlvj emended School Law, viz! Each male applicant is re quired to pav 50 ent, and oach female ep- plicaut 35 cents; a toucher s license . must certify that ths bearer of It possesses' nn ad equate k nowledgo of the theory and practice Of Teaching; a teacher must have a legal certificate -covering the tntirs time of the services for the payment of which an ord.r is drawn. ; EDWIN REGAL,) M. B. ADAMS, Examiners (i. L. JACOBS, j April 20, 1804-ly . '; POT. 0. J. WOOD'S: HA.Ilt KKSXOlt-AvXIVlC' This astonishing preparati- in ' ' ; WILL BY NATURF, S OWN PROCESS RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO THE-, ORIGINAL COLORS, Will make it grow on Bald Heads . restore the Natural Secretion. . . " ' -. Will remove at onoe all Itching. ' " ' Will remove all J)andruff. " ' ' WW mire all Eruptions evon Seald HaiL Will wake the Hair Sofl and Glossy, -Will preserve the Color of Hair to Old Age. Will nlwav fasten and stop Falling. , , AND is one of the best Toilet Articles for the , ., . , Hair now iu use. ' Thousand of Soldiers tn (he Ar-, my -,'.:"' '"'-"' ": . Have testified lo the above, who have be come grav and lost their Hair by sickness, c.hango of cltmato, and inattention, while . performing oarnp duty, vnwu ft.' " Asa restorative aud dresslngr W thoa ne equal, ; r ' .;.-,.' " ;..- . JOIlN'iJEALL. ARenv' Sept 14, '04-ly ' t j Cafe, hio. TTT .OTT Ff 4 fl( sMiTir '. i. -A; e 'I ..U: T. 1. VJ V '' '' ."':' " :AO WHITE WIIEAf " J ' IT . ..: .i.i . ." anil CORK XEALonBiemt rl tor ! k ... C EORG 12 Vt BRO. - M Vt . ' J" I '-,1 1. -. ft-... t . r If : IT tv ,,in.l I i.iim i. ii ii 1 1 i 11 in i . -i "