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LUKE'S LOVE-MAKING. BY AMY RANDOLPH. "OIi. confound it!" aaid Luke Trtaialy. Well! b' wouln't have beenXeuipted to list rather a ftrong word, to stuiubla into such a maektortn of soapsuds, gerubbing brubbes au mops? Cleaning house, indued dio word are all insufficient to express the forluruity of that once cheerful little room. "And this comes of boarding," said Luke to himself, when he was fajrly in the open air. "If 1 wasn't such a miserable poltroon about each thine 1 would ask Jenny Hope to have trie. I ll take a little bouse some where and pi t Jenny Hope to recommend Bomo niue oid woman who knows how to. must patrniiresand dam stockings, aud make coffcti, and iron shirts." And Luke Trca.sealy proceeded merrily to wtrda tliii brown atone casket that held hie heart's dearest jewel, whistling Yankee I'oodlc and stroking his brown moustache la a very euviablo frame of wind. Now, what was there in a tall, slender waistcd girl, Irown-eycd and piuk-chcckcd with a mischievous dimpled mouth, that should reduce a six footer like Luke Treac ly to speechless confusion? Vet the dewy light of Jenny Hope's eyes uiade a coward of him at oncel S: he sat, twirling his fingers and watch ing tha shin a of Jenny's needle, and won deiius what he had better say first, until, at length, after fit Lceti minuiet of eiubarra-sred ailenw, he plunged headlong into iiis sub ject. "Miss Jcnnvl" "Well, MrTrcsssly!" "I'm thinking of going to housckcep-i"S-" 'Are you, Mr. Tressaly?" Jenny bent lower over her work to bite off a refractory tbroaJ, and grew scarlet. "Yes. The fact if, I'm tirtd to death ef boarding, and i think it would be a nice change, and and I fancied jou might re commend a housekeeper." "A housekeepr! what 6ort of one Mr. Treaty?" "Oh, some nice old woman or other somebody who can make a snug little home!" Jenny's eyes sparkled, and her pretty brows contracted with momentary twiek. Luke stared and wondered what he had said to vex Miss Hope. "I think I can recommend the very per ron you want," said Miss Hope,'', curving her !fp.' . . "Can you? Oh, Miss Jenny; I shall be a thoustiud times obliged to you. i ll engage immediately, and 1 can look up the house afterward you know. Who is she?" "Well, it's my aunt, Miss Zeruiah Plant she's staying here now, and its has always been her ambition to assume the charge of a gcntlroan's household. I' 11 cull her at once and you can settle preliminaries as soon as you please. " Miss Jenny swept out of the room with tho steps of a tragedy queen Luke follow ed her with his eyes until the door was clos ed and then leaned back in his chair with a deep figh. "I'd give a thousand dollars if I only dared ask that girl to marry me." Miss Plant was feeding her gray parrott when Jenny came iuto her room. She was not young moreover, she was not pretty and she wore spectacles and a "false front," yet Miss Plunt was still on the pn me for a chance in the lottery matrimonial. "Aunt, dear," said Jenny demurely, "I have just received a proposal for you." "For met O, go'loug!" tittered Miss Plant, dropping the lump of sugar she was fcbout to regale Pretty Polly with. "No, but Aunt Zeruiah, I'm iu earn est." " "W hois it?" said Aunt Zeruiah, putting her hand on her heart, and mechanically i'celing to see if her glossy black ctuls were all straight. "Mr. Trcasaly. He wants to go to house keeping, and needs some lady of mature judgement to preside over his household to go iu and see him!" "(xracious me!" faltered Aunt Zeruiah. "Wonder if 1 hadn't better put on my green tatin gown with the bugle trim wins!" ' "O, pshaw you're well enough," 'said Jenny. Besides, he is in a hurry and think what the consequences would be if you were to miss such an elegant opportunity a this!" ; - .. Miss Zeruiah waited to hear no more but made a dive for the door, leaving Jenny to finish the ministration to the gray parrott at . her leisure. .'. "You sent for me, sir!" said Mis Zer- uiahi tripping into the parlor, and sinking with girlish confusion iuto tho easy chair op posite Mr. Treasajy. "Yes," said Luke, unconsciously. I wished for a capable housekeeper. lo you . thiuk you would be willing to take charge of . my home!" "Yes," gigled Miss Plant, hiding her ' blushes in a lilace-edged pocket huudker . chief. "That is, if you don't think me un " maidenly iu so soon giving my consent." , Luke started he thought Miss Plant a 1 rery old woman but nevertheless he went - OU. " '!; "I'm very particular about my coffee I " suppo. you understand all about these little d'staite!" ' "O' course I do."' said Aunt Zeruiah, VI can cook first rata, though I Kay it, who shouldn't say it. My coffee's as clear as wine, and I'm great on bilcd cakes." "Arc you!" said Luke, rather puzzled. . "Well, I think we may consider this as an engagement." "I eale'latefio," said Miss Plant, again taking refuge in her lilac-edged kerchief. ' "i;-;1 ,;v 1 pnssiole, as I wish to engage a house njiine- diately," said Luke rising. . "Oh, certainly," smiled Miss Z'ruiab. "When is it to be?" . , , "When is what to be?" ,-, ' , "Why-b.ow cmbarrasing tha wed ding!" , . , . r,. , "What wedding?" . ; "AVhy ours to be sure! ;.in't we going ' to he married'.''' . , ".My good woman," said Treasaly, turn ing red to tho roots of his hair, "there is ..some enormous mistake. I merely wish tti " engage a housekeewer I never diaauied of '' tirunosine to von," k i "Well, I' m sure!" shrieked Miss Zeruiah every false curl bristling with agitation. '' ''I'll have you to know that I don't need to go out to service and I'm as good as you be, any day in tho week! And if you cal culate to insult a poor lone woman,- you'll find out you've waked up tha wrong p'asscn- " gcrl ' I'll prosecute you, I wiih, -you gopd-f'cr-nothin , stuck up, hairy-Juced dandy! I'll sue yoU for breach o' promise see if I don't ' , . - , And Miss Plant rushed furiously from tho room, leaving Luke in a state ct astonished bewilderment difficult to describe. "Upon my word, here's a pretty misun derstanding," quoth Luke aloud. . "Fancy me married to that old maid. I'd rather board, by all odds, for Hushl What's ' 0 It sounded like a suppressed giggle. Luke walked struight to the door whence the mysterious sound proceeded. ' and caught . Miss Jenny Hope's two little resisting hands ere she could escape from her ambuscade. ... ' "Don't Mrv 'I'rcasaly!" said Jenny, be tween her merry bum of laughter. ,; Willi" said Lukey undaumodlyci "Jt sartesyou right .for lnnghuigat met" . ( . . "And you don't want to marry Aunt Zer- ; tiiah after alll " aaid J enny, the brown eyes liimming with lun,y" V'by I thouglH you wanted a houekeeuerl" - "So I do," quoth the Tahaot L ke. 'Then, why don't you marry Aunt Zer- "''Bcdause I had rather ninrry youl" I''Nonsenae, Mr. Treasaly!" faltered Jen ny, burning ro-wd and trying desperately toMajw;' '.V.W "jio, it isn t nonacnsc, Jetuny, mud litike, stooping down to get a better took into the blushing, (verted fae. .' "Serioutly, Jeaoy, win you nave uer ido yea, ehao t go un til I have had your answer, hit heart's little queen. 1 es or no, will you marry mer J --suppose no, said Jenny with a muvchieTiooa anarkl thronch her downcast lashes "that is, if you and Aunt Zeruiah tin't come to some unJenfcvmling!" Luke Trcasalv raid Miss Jennv on th e pot for that arrow of sarcasm. How be uia so aoo t particularly concern jybody. hoc it? All we hao anything to do with is the fact that Luke Treasaly did set up housekeeping, some three months subse qucnlly, with brown-eyed Mrs. Jenny to preside i Tor the coffee and partridges. , And he vjs he likes it better than board ing. FIRST ARRIVAL OIT SPUING AND SUM.IEft AT T. J. BROWN'S. Cadiz, May i, 1804. GROCERIES at GROCERIES I WILSON BRO.'S Ntock Trcah mid Complete! "t tfE have on hand, and Rre now receiving from the Smith and East, the largest Slock of Groceries ever brought to Cadiz, to which wo wish to call the attention ot llc luilers and glhcrs wishintr to nur.'hase fir tlmir own consumption. We are dotcrnitn od to sell as low if not lower than either Stpubenvillu or Wheeling prices. Our stock consists in part ot Sca.vns X. O. Sugar 100 hhds. Circle A Crushed 'M bbls. Powdered 10 " A Soft Crushed 10 " li " " 10 ' ! " " 10 " Moi.asshs X. O. Molasses 500 bbls. Syhi'1' I.ovenny's Golden -l " Coi FEE Prime' l?io loO bufss. " Java 50 SackH. KtCE Prime Rico 10 Tierces l-'isu--Xo. 3 Msickrrul 40 bills. . " " V) 1 bbls. like Fish, all kinds 100 ) bbls. Scotch Herring 50 boxes. Soda English Soda 20 kef s. Soda Salaratus 20 boxes. Spices Ground Popper 20 boxes. Grain " 10 Sacks. Cloves, Cinnamon, Xutmegs, Ginger, Mustard, iSce., &a. March 16. 1SC4. MEW DRUC STORE. SHAEP & CO., Iuiu Street, Outli!, OHlo DKALERS IX DRUGS. MEDICINES AXD CHEMICALS, Soaps, Toilet Articles, Brusbtts PUHK1WIXEH & LIQUORS For Medicinal Use, Putty, Iuliit,OIl, "Varnishes DYE STl'Ff'S, AIXOHOI i559.-Phvsi':ians prnscriplions cnrcfully com ooundod. Medicines wairaiUod genuine nnd of the best q utility. Customers Will ind Our stock complete. comprising many articles it is impossible here to enumerate, and all sold at moderate prices. Cadiz, Jan. 11, 180,',. J. 31. liJL.A.OICUUltTV ' WITH JOSHUA B. LEE & Co., No. 4.H7, .Market Kircet. . .. iiIII,.inELPIIIA, TMPORTERS & Wnor.KSALE DEAL . era iu French, English inul German FANCY" GOOIS, WhiU) Goods, Embroi deries, and Trimmings; Silk, Cotton mill l. men JiuiiaKerchlela,wuit Mils, Gloves, Hosiery; cents' . unusiimg - oooas ana Tailors' Trimmings; Combs, lirushes, PiUt tons and Suspenders; Velvets and ltuiinet Kibbons, & f. x Feb. 15, IsOiVly.. ABEL CARSON, Manufacturer .and taler in iu mis of.oiun win :CHalVs8 c&30. , At the old shop of Win. 1. h ry, Cadiz, Ohio. HK warrants nil of his work to be of tho bostquulity, und will be sold at the low est rates. Partieulnrntfcntion paid tomnmrfaeturing COFFINS. He keeps a good HEAIISE. Cadiz, July i.", lW't. 20 hluls Brown Sugar, ' "" 25 bbls. X. O. iMolassea, ' 10 bbls. Extra Family Hvrup, received and for sale by GEOHGK k URO. F A N C Y S O APS. A good assortment always on hand at may 11, 'to. : , , J.fiBALLU IMPROVEOIndialiuWx-r Hreast Pinnps, Goodyoa.r's and Needham' small and largo siae, tit low rates, at BE A IiL'8. TOBACCO and Cigars a complete assort-, mont of cigars ami tobacco, also Brown's Iwlbrated tine cut chewing and smoking to acca at GEO HUES. N EW MALAGA: RAI.SIXS, bunch and seediest ruisins CCRUAXTS, CITRONS, Ac., ' ' 1 "'- OEUKUK't. 'IJROPKIE1 B Searly cITies of Ihu di 1 1ROPRIETARY MEDICINES, clues oi liiu uay ooustaniiy on mmu ami lor aal by JOUX BE ALL. May U, 184. 4 PURE WIXE, in BotUca, 8 years okl.for medical purpose only, at Jan. l. JOHN BE A Mrs. WILLIAM V. HAYS, itto rrrv i; v a. t a. w C x1 Ik. Ohio. OFFICE On Main Stroct, in tho room formerly ucoupiod by T. I'liilliiw, Ksq., u n Juatlfo's'otllif. . Alt profotsioual ImHinewi iu thi and. ad joining couiitittt will receive prompt atten tion. Iw. 14, lHtH. JESSE O. .THOMAS, 1TTOKNKY AT IAW. Cadla, Olilo. OrpicB On Market street, ovt-r Uiu Na tional l!nnk;uiitrun,oiioiloor ICjisU All protuwioiial Inisinowa in this and ad orning comities will receive prompt uUen jtion. lKv.;,H, 't4. J, M. ESTEP, A T 'V O I tl' 11 Y A rJ' 1 . A. V Cadiz:, Ohio. Collections ninde. unit business of Kxc cutors, Adiuimstrators und Guardians afc- teuded to. Also the collection of Back Vhj, Bouutlesi, Pensions, Ac Of Soldiers mid Widows and heirs of dci i-as- ed soldiers. Ac. attended to. Office Un Mum stroet, opposito uean Drug Store. PHILIP DONAHUE, ATTOKXEY AT A. W CiKllv., OHlo. Offick On Market Street, over McCon- nell's Groeerv. Entmnoc between llauiiu s and Meconium's. Cadi., Ohio, .Iunc4, !-. U. CUXIXGIIA3I, ATTOKNKY AT Xj A AV, Cadiz, Olilo. Ww.r. irlve nromnt attention to all leiral business entrusted to his care in Harrison nml iiflinininif eiJUlltieS. Office Cp stairs, in iioorge s corner. Entrance on Main street. March It), 1804. JOSEPH SIIAUOW A T T O 11 K Y AT Xj A "V , CacIlK, Ohio. -Striet attention to all business en trusted him in Harrison, Jefferson, Belmont nnrl TuMenniwas Counties. Olliee in the brick building, opposite the Cadiz House." Jan. ai, oo. It. S. MOODY, AT T O 11 3V E Y AT Ta A "V , HteulenvlllN Olilo. pd-Vf HI practice in the Courts of Harri son Countv. aprl 1, u.t. 8. B. SHOT WELL, A T T O It IV M Y AT A W , Cndla, Olilo. Continvks to practice in Harrison and adjoining counties, and gives especial and prompt attention to Collecting, business of Executors and Administrators, Guardians, Wards. Partitions, Sales of Lands, Settle ment of Estates, Titles to Keid Estate, Con vevnneing, Suits at at Law and in Chancery, Loaning and Investment of Money, and nil other professional business placed in his charge. vs-y-ile is Agent for the State Pank o Ohio and others, for loaning money. Are. .Olliee in George's Confer, Main Street. Jan. 25, IWS3. WILSON V llltO. , Wholesale Grocers, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Dealers in Produce A' Agricultural Implements, Agents for the sale of tin; Buekavo Mower and Reaper in Harrison, Jefferson and Belmont Counties. CADIZ, OHIO. March 10, 1S0-1. ST. .T iES PKALF.U IN READY-MADE CLOTHING, Axn GEM'S UUUMiS, Market Street, Nov. 14, 1 S04. C'afliz, Oliio. E. M. MAHSH J. 11. M.VNNKU. Manufacturers and Dealers in TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS, 3rnrlcct Street, Ontllz, Olilo. One Door Ilclote llrown & Brother's Store, "teS-Thcir Cigars arc of the best quality, MAKS1I & MAXNElt. Cadiz, May-11, '04. John Gicouoi;. .1'ltANMv KkX.NKDY. II AVE purchased tho Tanning establish 51 ment of Sumuul Geoiue. Sr.. and are now niniiulUetiiring a superior artiele of lentiier, to wmen niey invne me aiieuiioii ot nil wuo want uoon leather. A largo stock. of SjMinish Sole, Morocco, Lining Skins and Tanner's Oil, always on hand. . ., They are paying the irithnt Market Price in ( rtuli lor nines, isliins anu isariv. . Dec. 17, 1-W4. . Ipainting-". BENJAMIN .WATKlNSONi i"FFEKS his services to the citizens ol f Cadiz and surrounding country, in the art of House Painting, Ciraininfl, iper Hanging, Varuinhinn, . and all kinds of Imitation in Wood, Stone and Miivtilo. Also, nign raintmg attenued to on most reasonable terms. Those wishing to have Painting done in the beet aud most modern style, would do well to give him a call, as he endeavors to do Ins work m a neat, subsuiutialunu work' manlike manner. Cadiz, May 17, 1801. H. XL ..HAlHtlSOST, , : j jn 17 i s t , "VCOUPIKN-the room formerly ocounird J by Lukens Harrison, oj)posite tho t.'adiz liouse. . Having fitted up his rooms in Hie latest mid best style, lie is ready and waiting to have his old triendsand new ones call to see nun; lie puts up as fune Teeth, uoin t uue ana t uteanire, as ny uenust. jafrTisith extracted without-jiain, if desi red. , . . XifA 11 .Ooeratlim Warranted. Dentists can also lind at his ollico a fine stock ol teeth of every kind at fair prices, Feb. 3, IK'U. ... EX G ItA N G K II 0 T K L, HIG-H m treot " , ' C'olauibna, Ohio. Kept. 21, 1864-ly, , . . , ', ,r .... - J. 0. MIEDEL, -'dralkb in HARDWARE & CUTLERY, Cabinet Jlardnars,tOue Finding, Agricul tural ImplementI, A'ails, liliisM, ite. Main Stroet, Opposite the Court House, Causs, Ohio. ::!, . June 15, 1804. ,; ' ,. HO OTH A.TT HIIOK8! ' A!VD GROCERIES. JOHN S. I)AVEPOKT, HAS Forty or Fifty pair of Men's Heavy and Kip B'sits, and a good asHortmen' of Misses and Women's Shoes for wirt wear Give him a call, and sen his work I f it suits', tftka it leave mo the money nd I will lei yon gov JOIIX S. DAVENPORT.. Cadir, Oliio. July 13, 1864-ly. CICIIOOL BOOKS AND HTATIONEUY A now aad fresh sto"k always on hand a KEALL'S, STOVES ! STOJTiS! James M. Paul, Has the Ltrget( anil Most Complete Asiortmeut of STOVES, Embracing every variety and quality, lioth brought to Cadiz. He m1o has ev ery thin g that bolomrs to the bu siness, sueh as I Ira mm Copper Itettlow, of all sizes aud qualities, and adapted to ev ery purpose lor which sucu acme can be used. Hoase Spoatlug, Roofiag, Act, done on short notic. TI 2ST ' W J IEI, Of. all kinds always kept on hand, or made to oruer. in snorr, everviiung ix'iooiiis to the business will be found in his store. Repairing all kindsof Job Work done on the shortest notice and most reasona ble terms. II 10 sells every thing in his store at prices ranging from 10 to 20 per cent., cheaper for Cash, than sueh articles have ever before been sold in the place. When you need anvthing in his lino, re niembe'r tho place Market Street, opposite Hrown s store, ana seven aoors soum oi mo corner. JAMES M. PAUL, Cadiz, May 11, 1&54. ew Firm! S, OEOItOK,jn., JAMES OKOROK. GEORGE & BR0 II AVE now on liand, and are receiving a lull supply ot SUGARS, OF ALL GRADES! TEAS, COFFEE. ' ... - ... ; , SYKUP of thaliest ruiiililr.- E'9-The highest market price paid for Count rv Produce. Cadiz, Dec. 5, 18U4 MANUFACTORY. J. D. MINICK (Eornierly Miniek it Chirk.) "J ESPECTFtTLLY iinnounees to the eiti ll, zens of Harrison and adjoining eouu lies that he has removed from Leeslmrg to Cadiz, and has determined to make this his permanent place of business. jM'Cull and see Ids Finished Carriages on He employs only the most experienced workmen, auu is ready to make to order CARRIAGES, BUG GIFS SLIDE SEATS AND EVERYTHING IN HIS LINE, emiul to any city manufactory. Repairing nnd Trimming of all kinds attended to: and better than nil iS'S-UU WARRANTS ALL HIS WORK. jji J. D. MINTCK. March 1(5, 18(14. JOS. MEANS JAS. MEANS, ,TB OKO. B.MKAX HterilouvilIe Foundry' acl MEANS & BROTHERS, .Manufacturers of IJIU.l.ll 11.1 U I.I UH) 4 LL kinds of Foundry and Machine Shop 1 L i oris, Threshing Machines MilPfleraing for Saw Iron lor linages or Grist Mills, Coal car Wheels, Cast Iron Fronts, Truck - wagon wh'lw "v- " Windows. Window Weights, " ' Door Sills 15oltsandNutseutand "' ' Door steps, mailt loonier. " " Coal Van Its. Cast & wrought screws Shafting and pulling fiimishedtosize, ' Turning and I'lating nieam lioiiersmuae anu iron,' . repaired, Fancy Grates, Plowlolnts nnd wiuron .Common tiralesi. lxixes, ' (iounting House, Of, Portico, f arden and lice Church Stoves Urave .Yard Fencing. We have a now and' improved WATER vv ju'jK,i, wmen nas tx-en awarded tuo pre. iiiium over et competition, Onr fcidililins for work aro large, and hav ing an extensive assortment of Patterns, we enn promptly nu almost any order n our urancii oi business. Address : - MEANS t BROTHERS, July 2 18)14. Steubenville.Ohio, SADDLE AND" HARNESS MAKING. J. R. CRAWFORD, HAVING removed his Saddler shop to the 1..I..I, l..,:i,l:- (l... . MM. ,'1 l,-v uuiiuiiiii, wii i u i;vn m-i , Jnjiie Bean's Drug Store, keeps c'onstunly on iiand an assorment of SADDLES, BRIDLES, r JAPANNED Atft) '' ' ' 81ft VER PLATED 3C J. JFL 1ST US & CARRIAGE AND LEATHER WHIPS, ' "". ' - ' COLLARS, TRUNKS, nnd all other articles In my line. Repairing done and work made to order on the shortest notice nnd of the best material and work manship. .:.. . . Please cn'l before purchasing elsewhero, ns nil work is warranted to be ns represented and as cheap as at any other plitoi. J. R. CRAWFORD, Agent. Cadiz, April 15. i . i ..- i f . ' . RESPECTI ULLY' informs tho citizens of Cadiz and vicinity thut he has com menced the above business, in all of Its va rious branches, 1n the room formerly occu pied by John Rikus: Main Street. Cadiz. Ohio. He warrant ids Bread, Cakes, Ac., to be of tho best quality, and not surpassed in tins or any oiner town.' Particular flHterrtiort paid to ViaMng all kinds of Cakos for Parties, Weddings, Ac. His stock of Confectioneries is full and conrpleto. A shnre of public patrbsvago fetrespectfully Wik-itod . Cucfiz, Junol, 1864-1 yr,, , I a L O U B . Tha best Etra FaoiUy . Flour ahvaya on hands. - c a. v. wintth s best brana, Flour and all heavy packages of Groceriea delivwved in town Urea of chui go by POOli TRUST IS DEADI AND BAD PAY KILLED HIM I DRY GOODS JUST OPENED AND NOW ON SALE AT Coleman & Grimes FOR CASH! Our Stock Is onttrely new aud consists of LADIES' DRESS COODS ! Such as MERINOES, EMPRESS CLOTH, POPLINS, ARMUES or DELAINES. And you will be sure to find something to sun von. GOTO COLEMAN & GRIMES FO I AWL CLOAKINGS, ANi) THE LATEST AND BEST STYLES WILL BE SHOWN YOU. FOR LADIES OR CiEX TI.KMEV, And you will find the best and cheapest assortment m town. FOR DOMESTIC GOODS, ClotliN, Cassiincrc, Flaiuils, U1 II 3Ft 3 , eft? o , , There is no place in town that you can be suited so well, and If you will culi you will corrobroate what we snv. COLEMAN dc GRIMES, Cadiz, Ohio, Sept. I t, IStil. EVERYBODY TO CALL AND SEE BARRETTS ELEGANT NEW STOCK OF GOLD A2stt SILVER GOLD, SILVER & PLATED C H KT FINE GOLD PENS; GOLD PENS WITH PATENT AND EXTENSION CASES, O-OIjD lockets, G O L D RINGS) I N n IS A. T V A It I XZ 1- V , ' AND BREAST PINS & EAR RINGS OF ALL STYLES. CLICKS, OILS PND PERFUMERY, Together with a thousand other things not necessary to bo enumerated hern. Call and see, as goods in my lino will positively be hoiu iow, ana everytmng warranted a rep resented. a. B. BAH RETT. Cudiz, Market Street, Juno 1, 18(54. PAIRLANICS STANDARD i OF ALL KINDS. Also AVarohonsa Trucks, letter Pressea, Ac. FAIRHAfiKM, QREENLEA F CO., 63, Monroe Stroet, TOLEDO. p0"tit careful to buy only the gonuine.etf . Juuo , 1804. . '6 - HANDLAMPS, Wicks, CWiVmeys, and Ca rbon Oil, at lowest figures, at Janv.18 - JOHN BEALL'3. G LARSand India Rubbsr Eve and Ear eHiruijjsiu JvJl.i BBADL e. j iUOOES T EXT TO FJNJOYING GOO D HEALTH, 1 nothing is so pleasant as to bo success ful in one's pursuits. For it not only sweet ens our existence; but often prolongs it. To resell the meridian of life, to look into tha past ; to see the past full of KIND AMI HOXOMBLE Alls! crowned with having well provided for those we love und cherish, aro such delicious pleasures that they mnko one young again. But this eomforuible position cannot bo at tained without extraordinary ell'orts; On Him To Be I'p And Doing! Tb Main Point with a Merchant -is- To Have The llight Goods At THE RIGHT PRICES! AJSX For a merchant without, tho right goods at the right pricoa is . . Like tho earth without the sun, Like the man without reason, Like the woman without vlrtuo, Like the well without water, Like the tree without leaves. KNOAVING THIS TO BE A FACT, WK HAVE Marwlialletl aud Qttui(ox'cl At our Business Place, on Market Street, one or the l' inest Assortments ot Ready Made Clothing ' .AND : UE.VTS Ftn.MNIUXG tiOOI, .'. .1 , ' ' ! COSSI9TINO OF DRESS, BUSINESS, AND FATIGUE COATS! PANTS& VESTS ... or LIGHT& DARK CASSIMERE, Military Clothing OVER-COATS or HSvory XSLlxxca.! Hals, . ' , . Shirta, ; i ' . SiiBpondera. Oloves, i . Neck-Ties, Scarfs ; . HandkerchiofH, Jlosjery, Collars, umbrellas, -'. ' Gum Goods, , Tmnka, VALISES, ' GLOVE BAGS, All of which hare been bought to the very boat advantage, und I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD BTAJfT BOUSE EAST OS WEST! WM OF THEM. Cadie, Ohio, May t ls4 ..; - . SADDLES AND HARNESS!" - ' f I I J AT. WOULD "respactrully inform his old ei m tomera and the nubile generally, thut he has on hand a largo stock and general an sortment of Saddles, Harness, Ac, consist ing in part of rull-quntert ana plain snancrs, quilled hood cover and plain half-Spanish, and fall-backs quilted and plain waled. , brass and wood horn demipeaks, plain and auiited seat, low eantle English trotting sad-, les. Also a variety of styles of sidesaddle, with short and extended quilled knea springs, hoop and back springs, silver col orod, russet bluo, and black enameled leath er quilted and plain plushed seats. Ha his also on nunu seis oi extra nno snvw mourn ed carriage and buggy harness, strong yan keeteam harness, saddle bags, collars, hal ters, bridles and martingales of most every description. Carriage, Muggy and Riding Whips of the finest quality; in fact most ev erything usuully kept inn saddlery shop. He deems it unnecessary to pnir and blow or let off gas about the material or workman ship of his work, ns it will recommend it self to those who aro judges or who use it. Thankful for the liberal patronage he h heretofore received, he hopes by strict atten tion to business and selling good work at a reasonable price, to merit n continuance of the same. Shop, directly opposite tho tinej" oil'icc, Cudiz, Ohio. . April 1, 1S64. PJHSW STORE - - -IN deersville; o: , fOUTRAP & 10., VRF. now opening, at their room in Doors ville, tho largest and best stock o fioods over brought to the plnce, which wag purchased in the East exclusively for Cash, and will be sold a 1 A LITTLE CHEAPER (him similar goods can be had at any otlicr house IN THE COUNTY- We have every thing in ourlinethat money will purchase, and wii are determined to seJ euro the patronage of the public by selling goods cheaper limn lliey are to be had else where, fiive us u call and we will convinux you thut tha Now Store is the place to geS burrains ! Tlie highest price paid for nil kirrTis o Country Produce, bv McCULLOI'ull, COULTKAP t CO. P. S. .Mr. Win. C. Parry is conueatvd with the firm. May 4, lt4. j Im1s""art, ISrceeivinsliis KPHIXG aud SUMMER stock of DRY GOODS! Among which may be found Ladies' Dress Goods, of a great variety, consisting in part of plain nnd fancy Silks, Cliallies, Rerages, Lawns. Prints, "Jacoiiets, Organdie. De laiiu's. Chintz, liargu Robes, Jaconet Robes, A'C. ' ' Wjn-iiiftf Si SiuiiiiiKM glinwla! Including a full ' assortment of Whiter floods, llrillionts. -Ineonetls, Lawns, Swiss and Mull .Mursuilles, Thiead and Jiuronei.t Kdgiug nnd Insertings. A large assort nienl of Men und Roy's wear,' Ladies' and Chil dren's Roots, SlWs and .Slippers of all vari eties. GiXTEEnsrsw e. e GROCERIES, SC., Coffee, Sugar, Ten, Riee, Tobacco, Fish, Mi lasses, Syrups, Candles, Soaps, ice. JAMES STEWART. April 27, ISfli. Vuliiuhlc Fnrin nud MillM For Halo, rilll K subscriber wishes to sell his Farm JL and Grist nnd Saw Mills, situated on liig Stillwater, near Freeport, Harrison county. Said Farm contains one hundred and seventeen acres of good land, on which there is two dwelling houses, ail cxcullenW young orchard in bearing order, eoal bSnk, and an abundance of Hover failing springs. A large amount of the land is excellent bot tom land. The farm is all under il good state of cultivation. .. ''!"' tirisl Mi" is " ''""go steam and water Mill, which will enable- the ow ner to grind at all seasons of Ihn year. There isen excel lent coal bunk at the mlil door. 'Tho mill has three run of burrs. Kvurvthing ubout the mill is in complete order, und can run at all seasons of tho year. The subscriber will sell the abova vnhmbla property on reasonable terms. Pcrsoas wishing further information can call on tha subscriber on tho premises, or C. X. -Allen, editor of the .Sentinel, Cadi?;, Ohio. ANDREW STKWART. Freeport, April 1, lMGS-tf. TRI-WEEKLY ,U. S. MAIL HACK X4l3jnm CADIZ TO WIIEKLIN Gv . . -AMI-, TH-Weekly 'rmn ' Qudiz .to ty. Clairsville fllHK subscriber would' respectfully in I tormtho traveling community tluit he is running the y; S. .Mail Hack Line IVapi Cadiz to heeling; and that one of his splen did hacks will leave Wheeling and Ciidir. tri weekly, st 7, A. M aud .oonueot willi Uio ears at both places. His hacks nro new. his teams good, and his drivers careful and at tentive. He hopes to receive the patronage ot the traveling public, us ho wiUendvor to merit their patronage y strict attentioiv to tlioir wants. i :. : Jiarft,trm' wu'ding to Cadiz or Cadta t' hoelius $l,i,. F.9r ,tlj.o round trip only Ho is also mnnlnfra new tlaeU !toew Uidia : and S t. ClairsvUlo j leaving Cadla erv ery Monday Wednesday and Fday morn-' ings; and St. Clairsvillo every tuoadav Thursday and Saturday mornings. FarUc uhir attention paid to i,t--ine: .Exprsw PuckagoB, . - Livery fe tallied ' Ho hns olso in Cadii! as good "a tfvery Rtablo aa there is in tho country. . P.ugKiixC Carringos, Horses, tc, to bo had at all tinier Travelers either arriving on tha ears or in the hack, can be taken to any point theV desire. Terms reasonable. r if' V... WILLIAM L.'iOUSBB.' Cadiz, Ohio, Aug. IS, ... . Wu.ll Paper! WttU Xupc'li rSlHE suhserilxir uIim aIi,..., i m . the attention of the Dublki to his luroi and well solected stock of Wall Paiiora, Iub His Htne.lr mnululu t ?u iViA ... . -7. -- - v, v.wu wuu. joxr dilfcreut patterns, ranging in price from i .'fM'lr , Am Ho has flldn nn fcmttA nrr ' . ujwiii oi or.Qont, fiwtorieai, Aiodleal.- KH- Blank Rooka, kc which willbesold wholh! w, ; w .P "T can Ishl Wast ol the Mountains. Gtvo me a. u..t SteuteBville. M.reh PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, nil kindis d prtw, t ' JOHBKALllsV liaJt IB i i : 7 V. 1 "-voi Kn.'r muiovorv va riety of Borders, vVintloW Cilrtoina, Dwora Uons for Pannel Work. o.. n. ' r