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- Juno 3-1 ritUbargfe, Cincinnati St. Ll ' BMirOMt TA1 HANDLB ItOTJTE. Going XVt. . MX1I. FAST MSB. EXPRESS, Tj'vive Piusburgh 2:03 a. M. 0:30 a.m. 2:40 P.M. Arrive Un,reUtn Wn 5:20 " 4:02 -" . 11:13 a. Jt. 4i45 -v " ft: 13 " " 8:47 " " 12:l "i P. M. 6:00 " " l.l " 7:10 " " l:.r4 " 8:10 " - NtMuJWnville 4:10 Ubinnport 6:1 Caili Juno. fiiM ' itouataon 6:4 . Cum at n 7:53 Coshocton 8::(5 1 Fraaevsu'rg fc'ifl Jtowa'rk 10:15 Coluiubu 11:5a W:0 ". 10.35 1&05 A. Jf . 40 ' 5:05 1 Going East. MAIL. TASTUKH. EIPtiESS. i Columbus 6:.V a. M. Arrive NnWark 7;2S " Fntteysb'rg 8:1j Coshocton :10 M. X. Com'st'n QiX " Doimisoa 10:40 " Cadi June. 11.55 ' Uulonport l'A-'-M P. M. AluXHiidris 1:02 " Steubenvllh l:i " 'jiuretstowu2:i9 PltUburitU 3:45 11:20 a. M. 1:15 a.m. W e ncday( 12:?5 p. M. 2:45 1:12 " 3:30 " 1:60 " 4:20 " 2:l'3 " 5:00 " 'iiVt " 5:45 " .1:45 " 7:00 " 7:33 " fi-.irT " 4:53 P.M. 8:30 " 9:21 " 0:55 p. M. 10:45 . " CAPTZ BRANCH. I.'tav Cadia fi:30 a. M. 0:00 A. M. 1:15 P. M. At' Cadiz J., 7:15 " '9:15 " i:00 " LeveCadll.r.7:4.5 " 4:15 P. i, fl:30 " Ar'Cudii 8:30 " ! 4:00 " 7:15 , Fast Lln going West will not run on Sdnd.iys or Mondays. Kxpres going West Will, run daily including Sundays. AH vthur trains Uuily excmt Sundays. 8. F. SCULL, W, W- Cabo, God. Ticket Agent. Sxrpt. tcubenvnio Mors tlan 80,000 Free parted in New-York City. Masons are re- SfiFOodey for July is on our table. The most fatvinkting lady's magazine in Ameri ca. Terins $3 per year. Address L. A. tjoj.'y, N. E. corner 6th and Che-nut sU., Philadelphia, Pa. 8SB-McCle!land, the merchant tailor, lias a few more of the celebrated Singer Sewing Machines on band. fccJ"(.'Urk & Rauibcy stock of Notions. have a magnificent . 5? llagleson & Bro. have a large of Bummer Hatx. ' stock JSrManner's choica ,'tipi" vorite of smokers. arc the fa- lC"Arctio" Soda Water is not unpala table these hot day?. Sharp Si WcKinuie's f'oui.tain w incxhaustable. eSJThe late residence of Samuel Slem tnons, deceased, and other valuable prop erty in Cadiz, will be sold at Sheriff's sale on the 18th -of July, See the advertise ment of the Sheriff. - Lost.. A pair , of Gold Spectacles was lost some tw Week since, it is mrposed between Cadiz and Warfol'sold Mill. Any person finding them will-reooivo a liberal reward by leaving then; at' the Sentinel of fi , or at tho Banking house of R. Welch & Ca. . Am old bacl elor, living near Lebanon, Ohio, made a will twenty five years ago, .drviiiii hQ property to, a. certain James Frazicn if he should ever be found.' After twenty-five years he turns up an old man living near Wheeling, and in very reduced circumstances. THE most recent elopement from Lowell, Muss., as thai of a boy of fifteen, who took a FVllt-n departure with a servant girl "fifty Tirs of nge, and with an incumbrance of tire children. The girl was ia the ;employ of thu l oy's parents. Thk ringing of the great bell of Notre Dam?, near South Bmd, Indiana, can bo distinctly heard at Elkhart, eighteen miles j dntant. K.The U. S. House u kept on good prfltciples. If you should sojourn in Steu bo:iviHn do not fail to give this popular bouse acH. The taLIo is always supplied with the best of the seaeon. Thk radical party has turned from all its civilians to General Grant, ai a desperate patient quits a regular doctor for a quack. Spraocr, of Rhode Island, has been re jloctd U. 8. Senator. 8"Revordy Johnson has been appoint ed by the President and comfirmed by the Senate Minister fo Englaud. The Radicals are talking of E-Governor Den'ion for Congress in the Columbus Dis trict. . . '-' ' Fabmers in Central Ohio ara abandoning sheep culture as unprofitable. A Brother of John C. Heenan was fa tally shot ia Philadelphia by a couple of roughs. - ',,'. Tub Toronto Globe, thinks tho Fenian raid io Canada has already commenced. FimEN hundred singers are expected at the German Saengerfest in Chicago. Chicago claims an increase of 41,000 in population within the last eighteen months. Tub Union Pacific Railroad ia now com pleted to the 600th mile post west of Oma ha. ' -";y -: J " ' Welis, Farqo & Co. have lost their cd tracts for carrying the Overland mails. It is rumored that Evarts is charge of the State Department. to take Bbioium Youno has the contract to grade the Union Pacific Railroad from the head of Echo Canon to Salt Lake, and has begun work. President Johnson has bought a, bpau tiful farm of fivo hundred acres at Hender son's Depot, in Tennessee, with two fino flourimj mills on it If is estimated that there are fivo hun dred bachelors in Lawrence, Kansas, and it if proposed to export young' women from Massachusetts- . There are' only twelve citizens of Mem phis, Tennessee, . who return incomes for -1867 over'tlO.OOO, and twentynine who return over 5,000. 'fire New P'ngland Anii-Kluvery , Society "Jiiw pronouunccd agftinrt Granf. ' 5 1 :f ' Oar County ConventUn. Let no Democrat or Conservative forget the Township Meetings on Saturday, July 4th, and the County Convention on Wed ncsday, J u!y 8th. Let us nominate a (rood ticket, ani success is not improbable. The people are awakening to the importance of making a change in administration of their affair, and many will refuse longer to vote with a party which is daily and hourly working the destruction of their interests. On the diy of our Convention we will have the full proceedings of the Democrat ic National Convention at New York, and we can rejoice together at the romination ol the Young Eagle of tbo West George II. Pendleton. Tabular Statement of the number of Sheep in the several townships of Harrison county, as returned by the Assessors, for the years 1867 and 186S; also, the loss and gain: TOWifsmrs. 1807. 1808. oain lobs. Bhorteroek 20,201 25.2R7 6.026 Sreene 24,408 29,100 401 Gorman 14,179 10,811 2,S2 Athena 15,582 17,074f 2,092 Cadiz 21,778 20,158 4,380 - Archer 15.G87 19,21 2,527 Ruinlov 12,419 13,349 '930 Moorefleld 12,660 14,990 2,336 Nottingham 10,489 18,475 1,986 Stock 13,362 15,191 1,829 North 10,343 11,193 850 . Freeport 8.608 9,181 573 Washingtou 1!,684 14,290 1,612 Franklin 11,015 ,683 1,333 Monroe 11,872 13,288 1,416 ' Total 221,347 252,903 32,890 1,332 It will be seen by the above that the vet gain in the number of Sheep in Harrson county, during the past year 32.553. . Radical Convention. The Radicals of Harrison County held their County Convention on the 15th, and nominated the follgping ticket. Auditor, R. A. MoCormick; Commissioner, Andrew Jamison; Infirmary Director, John Osburn. There was quite a Contest for the nomin ation, between McUonhics, I'oUs and Gar vin, but on the 13th ballot McCormick come out of the race a "full length" ahead. Tho nomination, by acclamation, of Mr. Jamison, was a deserved compliment to a worthy mnn and good Commissioner. A Conflict of Authority Who llunsttie Machine? The call for a Radical Congressional Con vention for this district, which wo find in the Bolmont t'hronictc is signed by a Com mitted styling themselves tho "District Central Committee," of which Joseph Sharon is the member from Harrison ooun tjV In the same call, as published by the Cadiz Republican, the name of E. T. Shcp pard, a United State Officer, appears as the committee-man from this county. What is the matter? Is there a conflict of jurisdiction in the Radical camp? Transfers op Real Estate entered for record for tie week ending Tuesday June 15. RebVea CSmpbell to Matilda Lee, in lot No. 60, New Athens, J 150. Jno. E Mcl'eck to Joseph Mikesell, 12 ac'es Rnroley tp., $960. Jno. E. MePeck to Samuel Mikesell, et al. 40 acres Rumley.tp., $800. Wm. G. Thompson to Robert Thompson, 20 acre?. Moorefield tp.. $2000. Joseph McLr.in to John E. McLam, (quit clniiii) on 90 acres North tp,, $400. Asa Miller to Joseph W. Miller, 4 aces Washington tp., $154. llenrv Black to James Fraizier. ItOi actes Green tp. $10,000. Ham I .McLain to Jno. McLam. (mut claim) on 90 acres. North tp., $100. hzra Wharton to Joseph W. Mil er. 1 aero Washington tp., 1400. Harriet Mcljain to Jno. K. !c!iim tnuit claim) on 88 acres North tp., $3.00. Jno. 'Irushel to i'etor Trmho . 123 acres. North tp., $0000. Joseph A. Swanev to Amzi MaNameo, 55r aers Freeport township $1000. Jno. K MoPeek, Sheriff to John H.ir- graro, 106 acres, (the Hararave farm) Short- creek tp., $15,S51. 8-Tho number of horses in Harrison county as returned by the Assessors for the year 1808, a 5317; their average value is $81 02; tho number cattle is 11338; ofav orage value of $23 42, sheep number 252,- 900; average value $2 75, hogs number 9090; average value $4 02. Drowned. Mr. Jonathan Trnshel, re si ding near New Market, went fishing on the 6th inst, nnd while seining the creek, one mile below tho town, was accidently drowned. His body was found soon after, aconsidcrable distance upstream from where the ocenrence happened. He leaves a wife and three children. New Invention. A mechanic has in vented a bit of contrivance by which the ha,t may be gently wised in the street on meeting ladies, without tbe hitherto trouble. A spring is pulled, up goes the tile contem" porary with the bow, and the whole ceremo ny may be accomplished with ease and dis patch. Nice thine, "no doubt. ISy-Tho Jacobins in the second p'ank of their platform pays that Congress shall leg islate Negro Suffrage upon ths Southern people; but the people of the Northern States may regulate that matter to suit themselves. ' Very accomodating. But such is Jacobinism. A I.EARNED-looking gentleman who wears spectacles, and was elected Judge at the re cent election in Alabama, draws soup rcg ulary every day at tho city Foup-house in Montgomery. There is a large amount of emigrants to the western counties of Minnesota. The July interest on tho foreign State debt of Ohio amounts to $31,00. , . - The Attorney Generalship has boon ten dered to Hon. William M. Evarts, of New York. ;---., :- Let every man in Ohio who .refused to vote for Negro Suffaogo last year, remem ber that Judge White, Republican, and a candidate for reelection, is one of the Jud ges who has just decided that negroes shall vote, and that the law to prevent them shall b" of no avail. Remember Judge White7 In West Millford, few Jersey, a family of six cersons were some days ago poisoned by eating bad pork. Two have died, . and the others remain in a dangerous condition. The season for plc-nios, festivals and ex cursions had come, and we hope tho tinio will be well iw proved. , tfVWe hav received tho Ladies FritnJ for J uly. Just the magazine for the times. Terms $2,50 per year. Deacon & Peterson 319 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. Popular Manner' Seed Cigars 2 for a half dim. Try them. The Pendleton Escort have decided to pass over the Little Miami and Pan Handle Roads, on their way to New York City and return. They will probably pasg the Junc tion on the evening of July 1st. 8fc.T)6T. Between Cadiz and Warf. l'a old null a Gentleman's Breast Pin. Any person finding it will be liberally rewarded on leaving it at the Srvttnrl ofucc. Senator Morton is paralyzed worso than ever. Connecticut ia to have a State Incbri ate Asylum. A Detroit genius has a perpetual motion sawing machine. W iNDttiLT. Phillips is 'L owine " at Revcrdy Johnson and calls him the Mary land go-between. Useless SLAirnriTSU Oh aht has eot 1 ack to ' these head-quarters ' in V nplungton. ocott, tne Jiaroer. nn re-nttect Lis cs" tabli.-tlinient with decant furniture. Man noon bnavin? nnd nair-ijre.ssine done on short notice and in the latest style of the Kast. At a late dinner in North Carolina, there sat down to table three ex-tiovernnra. inn Justice of the Supremo Court, two ex-mem bers of Conptress, and some other men of honorable distinction in their State, and the only person in the room who could vote or hold office was the negro who waited on the table. This is the acme of Abolition philanthropy the sum total of reconstruc tion. IT 13 understood at Washington, thn t Chase's friends will be renuired to nledpe thomselves to support the nominee before the presenation of the name or their favorite will be considered even in ordr. The Hebrew tern rile in New York is to cost one million dollars. THE House Committee on Elections have reported in favor of giving McKee the seat of the Ninth Kentucky District, uotwitlv standing he was beaten by over one thou sand majority, before the people, by John Y. Brown. A grosser outrage could not be perpetrated. The award of contract for carryin? tho overlnnd mails to California was to Carlton Spa'ids, of Chicago, and not of the Califor nia Staee Coninanv. the rnln heini? ono thousand dollars per day, and the length of tne lino l,0U5 miles. The heirs of Govornnr Thos. Me.K.ian, of Pennsylvania, have just recovered pos session of a tract of land, thirteen miles below Pitrsburgr, on the Ohio River, valued at over two million dollars. Andrews, the Massachusetts deacon, in jail at Plymouth. Mmsnchusetts, for the murder of Cornelius Holmes, has confessed Iho crime, but says he did it in self-delense. The forests in Illinois are alive with sev enteen year locusts Every tree and bush and shrub is black witn tho troublesome visitors. On DlT. That JesspR.. the father of his own son Ulysses, is to write a ratifica tion poem and send it to Bonner's New York Laiger (or publication. Johnson Island is spoken of as a pood location for tbe new State Prison of Ohio. Puioide. We learn that Mr. Hart, tvho resided in tho vicinity West Chester. Harri son county, committed suicide last Monday evenirlg week by hanging himself in his garret. Ho had been absent from the fami ly room only fifteen minutes when his dead body was found suspended from a rafter. In Daikn County, Iowa, the erasshoppers appear piled up from four to five feet deep, ana as tticy pass over the around not enough vegetation is left in their track to keep life in a ftald mouse. John Hopkins, of Baltimore, has be queathed to the city ono nnd a half million dollars f ir educational purposes, and one million for a bostipal. The wheat crop of California is very promising, and the vield is estimated one- third greater than in 1807. Tho pacific coast, generally presents a similar prospects It nothing happens, tho era of cheap bread is at hand. The -Wester tiemncrctt snvs thn wheat crop in old Wayne bids fair to be a bounte ous one. Toledo, by popular votn. has doci led not to incure a debt of $500,000 for water works. Chance for a big Rat-gain. C. M. May, Steubenville, Ohio, has a splendid Bran new '2 Horse Carriaee for sale, which was taken by Mr. May for a debt and Which will be sold nt a Bargain. Any ono desiring a good1 Carriage v ill never get a bettor chance to procure one as reasonable as the one now for Sale by C. M. May, Steubenville Ohio. ENOIfflH IS AS CfOOD AH A EEAST. On bottle of J. W. Poland's Humor Doctor will cure any ordinary affection of the blood, and six bottles will euro the worth cases of Scrofula, Put .up in lareo bottles, and sold by M. L. Miller & Co , Steubenville Ohio. IC OR sufferinff from Throat and Lung Disease, This is folly, when If'Ate Pine. Compound will afford you speedy relief. Il will cure your cough and strengthen your weak Junes; and if you aro troubled with Kidney Complaint, it will be of great ad vantage to you. For sale everywhere. R OAD TAX NOTICE. ACDiTon's Office, Harrison Co., ) Uapiz, Ohio, June 18, 1S68. ) Notice fs Hereby given, that the Commis sioners of Harrison county, Ohio, at tlieir March Sessiori, A. D. 1868, levied a tax of one mill on each dollar vaiimtion of all the taxable pi operty within said county, for Koad purposes. Said tax may bo rlisclinrgod by labor on the jrublic roads, at the ruto of one dollnr and fifty cents ($l,fl0) per day, under the di reel ion of tho Supervisors of the several road districts, on or before the llrst day of October next. The Township Clerks rtro also hereby no-. I wucu ..iuvuud wunviBuid urw required to notify all parsons in their respective road diMtrictsor the amount of road tax assessed against them on or before tho 16th of Au gust, 18H8. WILLIAM H. JtfoCOY, Auditor. Junel7,1868- FIRST ARRIVAL SPRING AND SUM 8(1 0 Q ATOLL stock, comprising ;ocrythlng to his line ia ' - , Prints, " Delaines. Poplins, , : ., riaids, Alp:oaat Freuoh Vrino(,s. ' ALT. '( KINDS OF DRESS GOODS! Everything kept fn a Dry Goods Store on EXHIBITION, nnd to be sold ei- the Lowest Price s T. J. BROWL'S Cadiz, Ar-rll 18,; IW7. Tub sound of the word Oregon give the radicals the headache, ID I IE 3D ' On the loth innt.,tn tl08th venr or her ara, Mrs. Mart GIkmf.wcii. wife of Jm Clemence, of Athena Tp., HrTion county, Mrs. Clemcne was a sufferer from bodily affliction for more than twenty yenrs, but tjie gram of Christ sustained her. 8 ho was a member of th rresbyterian church for 42 yean, and during all this time led the life of ChrUtmn oonsfil aney nnd lmuiole dopcmlaneo upon Christ; and for the last ton months of her life the object of her Joy and hope lay beyond tills world in more than a common manner; and she coull ay "If m earthlv house ofthis tabernacle Were dissolved I have a building of Ood a house not tnndo With handa, eternal In the heavens." M OXOXCMIELA HOUSE, (Formerly tho "Crawford nouso.") Xo. 223 Market Ktret. ttetwem Third and Hih, BTKUBKNVII.I.K. OHIO, Formerly of WaMhinpton vunty, Pennsyl vania, announce to the publio that ho has Kuceeeitetl Tencnle Hro. in tue proprietor Hliio of tho (Umve Hotel, which has been repaired nnd furnish, d elejrantly thro'.ieh out. The Hotel is conveniently located, between the two railroad depots!, and near tne river landing, the parjlio uuimihirs. and business portion of the citv, frefiorally. Conveyance rnn regularly from the Hotel. for the convenience of guests, to nil parts of ineeuy, nepoix, river innaiDgs, ec. ler i'S Moderate nnd evory reasonablfl attention (riven to guesis. AWmreor public patron age most respectfullVRol'cited bv til. O. TEA8DALK, Monongabela House, Steubenville, O. Jtine17,l8o8 ly. i i:it mi its EX vm wnov riIIE next TJx,iminstion of Teachers will l bo held nt HOVKUALE on the 4th, 5th and 6th days of Augnnt next, tho last days of the Normal School. Ex- iiiniiiatioii will commence at 10 o'olouk A, M. oo the first dnv mimed W. liltIM fi KR H OF11', WM. T. meloy, Examinors. W. S. POULSON, June 17, 'S.-2m. N EW BOOT AND SHOE JB T O S. 2ZS T. 15. IITJITirMAIV, tVOTTTD rflannetfunv' inform ihn rnrmln of CadW. ,n.I HiiTTiaon fnunl.v fhn. i.i ha. openecVout on M A1X HTKEET, nearly od.h usut; .loiiii lituu s A'rug ntore, in in room formerly occupied no h faw office by .7. M listen, ii niau-nitieeiit stock of all kimlu mul qualilies of COOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, And overvthinur ustinllv kentinafirst-nlnss Shoo Store. He will keep constantly on bau'i a large stock of HOME MANUFACTURED! And asks a share of public patronage. Oood work nt low prices will always bo given, knowing that this will always please. T. 11. HUFFMAN, Cadiz, Juno 3, 19C8. ' R. U. IN BRAZIL. Wo refer tbo render to the followinar testi mony ill favor of Dr. Hadvvuy's Remedies, from' gentlemen of -high character in brazil. Persona doubting the genuineness of tho same are requested to write to the parties, also to the U. 8. Consul at Rio, as to the correctness Of the statements and utatns of the writers. For every word Hot true tbe sum of one hundred dollars will bo paid. Rio be J f.ntehio, March 22, 18(j6, Messrs. Raysiunpo C. Lmith fe Bno., Gentlemen: In answer to your tuvor of 20th instrtift , asking rny opinion in regards to the eflicaoy of Dr. Kadway & C'o:s prep arations, I am happy to say that I consid er tho Relief and J'tlls the best remedied ev er known, and to form such an opinion I am obliged to prove it, which I will do wil linitly, viz: I Kii!Un-ed so much from "colic" that when I tvas attacked it pained mo so much that I preferred death to such suffer ing, I took everything that was reuom mended, but it was of no use; at last I took 4 of Rad way's Pills, aftoi which tho pains were very moderate;, pnd then I thought that I was cured, but tho pains were still more violent (which I attributed to the neg ligence in my part in not following it up as" directed,) tbdt I was obliged to give in to my friend's request to take some "Relief," which he gave me in a do&o of one table spoon in a tumbloi of water. In tho inter val of three minutes I felt relieved imme diately, and fifteen minutos after tho pain ceased. It is three months since I had an attack, and should I tee! any symptoms of it I tak tbe Relief." I will do ail In my power to convince the Doctors of the good results of theso .medicaments, so that they may prescribe them. I ain, gentlemen, your obedient servant. Luiz Jose pa Silta Campos. Invalids Street, No. 68. See Dr. Radwny's Almandc for 1808 ft. R. R. sold by Druggists. s EASONTABLE GOODS At PETER'S HARDWARE STORE, No, 323 ofio door ahove the Post Office. Murket St Steubenville, Ohio. Grass, Grain and Briar Scythes. Grain Cradles, (Ohio Miller.) Scythe snaths, horsejand hand rakes Cultivators, Double-shovels, hoe,, Toe Cutters, Sheep Shears and Wool Trim mers, Uriek, Plastering and Garden Trowels, liny, Straw and Mnnuro Porks, Spades, Shovels and Spading Pork, Carpenters' Tools, Gun Trimmings, House Builders Hardware, Mill, Muly and Cross-cut Saws, Nails, Glass, Steel, Wire, Springs, , -Axles and Carriage Trimmings, Chain Pumps and Soole' Heums, Nuts, liolts, Stocks and Dies, Barndoor Hangers and Hinges, Saddlery, Hardware, Hlpcksmilb. Tools and Iron, Coffin Trimmings and Cabinet Hardware, SloUhenviUe, May 27, 18ti8-ly. gXECUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICES Is hereby given that the under signed has been appointed find duly mmU fled Executor of the last Will nnd Testa ment of Michael Sawvel, late of. Harrison County, Ohio, downed. MICHAEL SAWVEL, Jr., June3,1888-3U Executor WAIL PA11 ill Mlffi , 4 NEW and splsndld assortment, 1ustre J. wived direct from the Manufacturers r lain At lowest car h rates at JOHNBEALP. yyALiLi TAPER, Cheaper than ever at "BEWARE OF TEMPTATION." 'KEEP.YOUS CREDIT GOOD." "This l the only Legacy I can (save you." STTCIT were tho word"- fmproslvpy ut- frkl hv ii nnnr but. Iinnp4fc KAfhpr to his Son, when Htartini; in Via world to make hia lortuue; kiij tnat is tint Kiunost iegicy lor To po'sass providod he lives np to It in the luiirsi, rjroanrst sense or lli word, it is an undenj able Cict that noe cnu remain prosperous that have not learned to conquer Tempta tion in its thousand forms, nd meot tholr obligatiods ' promptly. Traoa tbe history of every sUccessfiil man, and you will tinl that he pos Besses tho sterling quality of conquering temptations and meeting hU obligations promptl". To do that one must be np and doingl The people of this nnd ndloininor counties who moan to pay for the goods they buy will luunaruuuu ana ee wueie tney cau luy THE CHEAPEST! To them n ftw sauares. or ovart miles is no irouDio. xney wui go to CADIZ, OHIO, DEALER IN 1M1CL0IM AND GENTS. FURNISHING- GOODS WOOLEN & LINEN PIECE GOODS. And see whether it is true that the DE3T ASbOttTMKl at tlio 10WEST PRICES, Of COATS, PANTS. VESTS, Mat9 Caps 9 (flNE AND COMMON,) Ladies and Gent's TRUJf KS AND VALISES, SHIRTS & COLLARS i'S ENDLESS VARIETY. In fact a'.l thv Is needed to dtess a MAN, YOUTH or CHILD, can be found in my store, for it is my aim to bavo iTHE SIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICES, V.AND AT THE RIGHT SEAS ON! GIVE US A TRIAL. Arid be convinced that nobody can sell you Goods as Choapjua we do. Respectfully, ' J.J.BRILLES. Cadl7'Apr.-fUi)?. fAVi: YOU JBECX TO NK M'FADDEET'S NEW (J:OODS If not, now Is roitr tiin'? to erTl at their store, whei'e therwre selling law quanti ties daily, distributing them thrjiili t vorv u(Mjk and c uler of the country. Nor L this to be wondered at, as they have the largest, best assorted and chopert stoek of goods in CadiB. which t uth vou nu discov er by iovestigutiorf. They only auk yen to CALL AND EXAMINE A you will rm sure buy nixn selnr (roods aud loarnlng pi-ioa; to GALL IMMEDIATELY- , While their stock Is fresh, and baforo you purchase elsewhere, a tbvy ara BOUND TO SELL, And consequently will cell CHEAP, as thev helicvo that tho uuick nroilt. thoueh small, is the Best in the End. So call, e-t-imhtonild buy fovduy, while yon CaubuyOHKAP, and don't defer It until to-morrow, ns we "Know not ivlmt a day may bring foi-th," and . 'COTTOUf IS KING?" All kiitrls of country nrodur. as well as CASH, takou iu exohaugo for goods- II. S SfcFADDEX & SO.. April 29, 'S-te. J UB LIC SALE OF STOCK, FARMING UTENSILS, &C. Tlie subscriber will offer at Ful vllc Rule. at his late residence iu Ortfen Township, four miles Kast of Cadi", on tho Wellsburg road on Thus-Mday, June 25, lMliS, 500 HEAD OF FIRST-CLASS SHE!!?. Also, Two Farm Wneons (ono broad- Two Buggies, one selt of Double Harness, one sett of Single Hurness, one Plough, emu Harrow, and nil kinds of PAlt.MING UTENSILS. Also one irood Cookintr Stove in aoyX condition. A credit of one year will be given on nil sums of live dollars and upwards. II. TTnrriman. Auctioneer. June 3, 1868-8t. yEEU JIAC111AE IS on exhibition at my room rn Market Street. Cadiz. Don't be imrtial because your neighbor has. some other tnachino, but come and boo T ZE3C 23 W EEL! Then, if it dont suit, try somo other. We intent to put this Machine within the reach of nil, and GUARANTEE it tot' ALL. KIVDS OF WORK. I will show you the Macld leand its wo- k and you may test it with any Muchine lu the TJnited States. Also, outline, trimmimc and makine all kinds of Gentlemen's Wear done on the shortest notice. A line lot of Trimmings just received. (Merchant Tailor,) Agent. One door East of Stewart & Laizure's. June 10, 18H8. Ayer's Hair Vigor, For the Renovation of the Hair. The Great Desideratum of the Age. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserving tlic bain Faded or gray hair is toon restored to its original color and the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair checked, and bald ness often, though 'not always, cured by its use. JXothmg; can restore tho hair Vfhero the follicles ara destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. But such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the hair . with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent tbe hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness Free from those deleterious substances which make somo preparations dangerous and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can ouly benefit but hot harm it. If wanted merely for a ' HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can bo found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil whijp cambric, and yet lasts longor ou the Lair, giving it a rich glossy lustre and a gratelul perfume, Prepared by Dr, J. C, Ayer & Co., Practical and Akaixtical Chemists, LOWELL, MASS. Ayers Cathartic Pills, - Tor ma tax tinm U o MirvrMt iv quired hj TrrlKU m caUurdc, hut wts artr 1 ltOfihxt lot ke. ia tfHT ouuatry m-J auuOii U ciauc, a. Ittu euU but cairirat pnrru, j fUl- TIM nbtioi.f rv- torn M,tht a wiJw rv- I,.yd.ulf....i.. "'otlier. ThfMo wIm. k . . trioj il, know that K tmri men I ttou wlw Hot, know thut it cure their aeigtibor .ii4 rriauU, ainl nil know that wttat it doe. one itxi lav J-thui it una Sik itarouta uy full or uet('x Im in cnmuojluon. We hav. thousand. uoj lliuii nn .1 1 or ccrtincAtoi of their remarkable cm re. r u, j foil twlii com)laiuls, but aach cure an kpowa u n-err nrirliiHirhood, aad wo ncoj aut publish lli 'j j. Adaiitetl to all airea ftu4 condiiioa. in all eliinaui. , :oncilmn; naitber calomel or any leletrioaa chit, Iby mar be taken with aafcty by anybody. T.'icir JUtf.tr coating preserve, them ever fresh aud duLm ijlemant to-take, while being purely vr;;'.'. j io liarni oan arise from their use in any quantity. They operate by their powerful influence oi Vu !)it.-rual rlscora to purify the blood and etimulM it 'Hto lu-altiiy action remore too obstructioai ofUio Jtjmu-.h, boweU, lWer, and other onroas of tJi i Uoily, restoring tfceir irrotrular aotioa to honJth,-il l.y correcting, wherever they exist, eub dumajr mvnti ai are tho first origin of disease. MiniH directions are givttit in the w.av" M tin; Ikx, for tho following complaints, winch tiu. I'M moid! jr cure r trMBal er Xaillfr(ta, XAk1m. nc... I.naiiraor and JLom r Apprtltv. Hie iin-ul l be tuen moderately to atimulato tha stoio Kn'i and restore iu healthy ton and acUon. For I.trer Consplatin, and Ms various armiv lomi, Iitiiosu Utfw!sck, Mick Uew4.se too, Jfitundicei or Grna atlckstcao, astliM Colic and Ililioa. Vcvora, thoy should boiu. dictoiuly taken for each case, to eorrect the iUwawt action or rnmora the obstnacUons which cause It. For jUracBiery or WtatrrftUM, bat as mil J ilu'C is generally required. For nhenraatisra, 3ar, C ravel, PaTM' tatlon of til Heart, xaia a tsia sieVe, Back and Ixttu, they shonld bs eontinttoufiy taken, as required, to chanie the di icased artm uf Hie system, with inch ciuuira thasa coutyUiinta diMbpear. , . .Fc? FfTVf ?ni! 1rrl Hwnfsur th,r ..loulil be Uken fa large and frequent (loses to nru ilii'clha effect of a drastic puiwe. -.- , -- h or fsapps-Metosa a larse dosa shonM lie takca us it prouut. the desired offoet by symrathv. AAn Dinner FIH, take one or two fUU to pro ' mote ditrestion and relieve the stomaok. An occasional dose stlmulatM the stnmaAh ami bowels into hoalthy action, restore the appetite, and invigorate the system. Hence it is often ml vantajfeous where no serious derangement exist". One who feels tolerably wcU, often finds that a do u of these Pillt makes him feel decidedly better, irom their cleansing- and renovating effect oa tha d liva apparatus. DIt. J. C. ATBS CO., PratUcat ChamUtt, iO WELL. MASS., V. B. JL. 200 SWARMS OF BEES 1 wish to purchase swarms to start u other Apiary in the country, where I wilt change them to Italian "beos. A gtwd swarm of hees will weigh from 8 to 7 lbs, for which I will pay in the month of Mv $1 per pound. In tlw first part of June i: cents per pound. In tho Utter part t June SO emits per pound. In tho fu st purt of July 2" cents per pound. All after that lOceuts por pound. - .Swarms can easily be forced ar.y thflo the bivc can spuro them. Thus the keepvf can have his swarms when he wants thttnrmtd prevent their riving to thewoods. (Sen Hand Hook on beeMiulture riuo fey iuan 35 cent!.) ..' -, i . e. i f -,i I keep lull 111 ves of Italian boos for side, also Que -ns. I'rom ono queen all tho bee in tm Apiary can bechnid to .ItuUpru Why not keep the best? Send and get my circular, free. I also soli tho Leaf boy hive, Olaas Honey Boxes and BeoNhflts. ' ; My hand-bo-.k on beo culture I feel, sure will cl ve many desirabl? hinta ni. Um ik. ject to the bee-'kocpor who has not u book uu uio suoject. ' ji It. WILKIN. Mnyl3, lW-3mo 1 0,000 ROLL WALL OPiLPEHi- At IIANX.t A COtt. Valuable Property at , Statfoq 5j, ror Sale, cm swi BEISTO desirous of fntorlflg thfi fjrSfe., sion of tatf, I offer ut private io yj nun uusmess rooms. . ,v The ubove named property is situateiOrt,' Monroe township, Harrison lomirrtv, tt what is known as the Philadelphia fVr.wE iugs on P. C. it SI. Louts It. IV. ifcrisist of four dwelling rooms, one store room and one ware room, all in. ono lwilding With a good gurdon attached. It is limvwy-goiid location for celling gmd, and will be sold at reasonable figuren. . , . , , . .: I'or further pnrtk'ulars cull and see th premises and Inquire. A. 1. niTTKN HOUSE, Sution 15, Harrison Co. Ohio, May l.S, 18tS8-tr. , HAVE ALWAYS DESIRABLE STYLE QUA LI.T3 E S GOO U Bouont CLOSE FOR CASH'; TO BE SOLI) At SHORT MAR O INS, t MaylSjlatW . , 1 TALVAHLE PRdPEKTY ,.i In' CADIZ AT i 1 SHERIFF'S SALE- Stadiw'--'" William E. Slemmons,) ..Vw; - Ida rartltiorf. Eliza M. Slemmons et nls ) t y Virtue of an .order of Sals lsmrod b ! the Court of Common Ilea of linrrisod : ; County, Ohio, and to me directed as Sberiff -uf at siiid County, I will exposu U sale t f publio auction ut the court, House lit suid t County, on . Saturday, July 19, A. t. ISCS. at 1 o'clock, f . M.. the following Heal bsj tate, to-wit Situated In the town of Cudli, Harrison County, Ohio, and boine 31 lent off i the Sooth eawt end of In No. H, with u good two-story brick dwelling houna- haW ing 14 room; also, two parts of iu lso ox H$ 2 cuntiiining 1K5 add 84 (Miuuro fitut resperUve i J ly, with use of alley attached, yunnino fiOrrt south-eiiHt end to north-west end, also north-west half of LtlN'o. 7(1, . Itontin, cii V Market street, havi ng a Uvcry ptaUe ar i ; : : other bufMinga onitj aluo, Wfeotby,art Ch of thrinorh-west corner of Lot 3if,'Ctt alsrt 'i. part of Ijot No. t hnving a Iroiit Oft SUU l.f benyllleslreof foot " ' ' .'7 , .fis All of naid propifrty Is knrr'A M rha .. prerporty of Snmiiel HlemmonH;',loi'ttused. w Sud will betiold freeof dowt-r. "V ' " Attorney for Petitioners 'IffnetfygfWiiriT " ! ' " MBDICALsir''''' DK, M. BUOHN, IIAVIXd ' HE'l CBNISDatidpormanoutlyJocat- K ed ut Cudiz, tenders his prolessiontkl aervi' cos, and soliuits a liberal Htm re of the pnt romtgo of ibe oormnunity, lie mrty1 m found, and night, ut hjs offic, otfrgidifa tho 'Tadia HoriMi," ' 4 ." . i. Mr;. 1 - -,'oe. ";v: '.