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05 1 i5 3 -4; - . ' T 1 V- T' ,, Professional Cards. ' - JAMES R. MORRIS, it TORN K T . 'A T" UW, Woodsfield, Monroe co. Vjlu.; Ohio. rmmrM. c. WAirox. attorney ff AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, having extend, 'fed hi arrangements to practice in the State Court for the counties of Monroe, Belmont, Guernsey, Harrison, and Jefferson, in thii State; in the J. 8. Circuit and District Court for Ohio; and in the Supreme Court of the United States at Washington City, tenders lii professional service to hi numerous friends and the public generally, 'fiotn whom he hopes to receive a generous mid liberal patronage. Atl business intrusted to hi care will receive the most prompt and eoergetia devotion of his professional skill and industry. JCJ- Ojfice opposite the Court House, Woods yield, Mnroc to., O. Nov. 9, NATHANIEL MANNING. JAMK8) SMITH. MANNING V SMITH, '- PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Woodsfield, Monroe rovnty, Ohi: , .. ATTORNEY AT LAW, . WOODBFIILD, MONRO COUNTT, OHIO. Arcv)oA & Wire, ATTORNEYS and Counsellors at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, Woodsfield, Monro .county, Ohio. THOMAS WEST, JUtorne's at La-w. WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO., OHTO. Or, IlEfcWEAY PLASTER. READ AND RECEIVE INSTRUCTION. WE would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of the Hebrew Platter .and the Persian Pill in to-day' paper, and would also state, in connection with this, that we are well acquainted with Hebrew Plaster, having made use . of it at the East for a severe pain in our Sid and Breast, which at one time threatened to entirely disable us from attending to our business. Two or three applications nt the Piaster entirely cured us. Logansport Telegraph. For removing all seated pains, such as Rheuma tism, pain in the Back, Side, or Breast, it has no equal in the world. It is efficacious in removing Wens, Tumors, Corns, fee. We do not design to puff this medicine with old, fictitious certificates, but will simply mention a few recent cases, where it has effected cures. -- Mr. Sloan, of Zanesville, after having suffered with Rheumatism for nine years, was cured by us ing the Heb.ew Plaster. Mr. Anderson, of Putnam, was tronhlsd for a long time with a lame back, occasioned by nverlift ing, and was cured by using this Plaster. A man (name not recollected) of Gratiot, in Licking county, was entirely cured of Rheuma tism by using this Plaster. The following certificate from Mr. Worstell.ed ' itor of the Massilon Gazette, was furnished us a few days since: " Messr. Comstock & Co During Inst winter and spring, I was so troubled with a pain in my breast, as to render me unfit for the duties of the e(hce;and . hearing y our Jew David's or Hebrew.Plastertogh- , ly recommended tor similar cases, 1 was induced to give it a trial. I had worn a plaster on my breast but a short time, when all pain left m, and I was enabled again to engage in the duties of the office. My sister .residing at Stevbenville, has also - received much benefit Irom its use. Nov. 12, 1843. J. P. WORSTELL. Logansport, Indiana, Jan. 16, 1814 ,. Messrs. Comstock & Co. Gents. About two years since I received a hurt which broke two ot my ribs; since winch time I have been most of the time unable to do any work Irom a severe pain in my side and breast I had ' despaired ol ever being cured, having already paid . enough to doctors to pay tor a good farm and re ' ceived no benefit But thanks to the genius who first compoundedjfte 'Hebrew Plaster,' through its effects I am wWI ! About six weeks since in Logansport I heard an agent of yours recommend , the 'Hebrew Plaster,' and was induced to buy a box, and the result was as I have stated. I would also state that I have a daughter who for twe ytara has been unable to do any work from a pain in her sine and a general prostration of strength, who also applied a plaster to her side, and at the same tim . made use of the 'Persian Pills' She is now near- ly well and improving rapidly. CALEB HARRISON 4- The box of Plaster contain sufficient to spread or 8 plasters price 60 cent. Pills 26 cents pr pox, containing so puis. Sold wholesale and retail by Davis fe Wilmr, Columbus, Ohio; and by J. R. fej. H. Morris, Woodsfield; Devenportfe Hager, Malaga; M. P. Miles & Son, Somerton; John McGilton, Graysville; R. Mitchell, Antioch; Anshutz, Pollock. & Co.. Clarington; Benjamin Reed, Lewisville; William Steel, Stafford; r., ( J. Roseman. Carlisle; James W. Shankland, Lexington; John M. Round, Summerfield; Joho Mallory & Co., Beallsville. Dec 19, 1846 ljy3 John Jndretc Sniilh, CLOCK AND WATCH MAKER, WOODSFILD, OHIO, Will repair Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry, of all descriptions, in the neatest and very best workman-like manner, at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. J. A. Smith may be found, at all times, at J. Steed's Inn. Jin 23 D' The partnership heretofore existing under tne nrm ot j. w aesspkrcer at. Co., is tins day dis solved by mutual consent All those knowing themselves indebted to said firm are requested to settle the same without delay' with C. Oglebay, who alone is authorised to receive, receipt and set- . tie the accounts oi said firm. C. OGLEBAY, ! . Jan. 19, 1847. J. MANSPEKGER. f The establishment, in future, will be conducted by the subscriber at the old stand. J. MANSPERGER. ' Calais, Jan. 30, 1847. 3w ;J Attachment. " Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, that at my instance a writ or attachment was this 'day .issued by Rowland Bevan a Justice of the 'peace of Franklin township Monroe county Ohio, against the goods, chattels, lights, ctedils, money 'and effects ol Jeremiah D' Bolt an absent debtor. BENJAMIN MILIION. Feb. 10th 1847. -m4-i pi. VrobatcNohcc. "MIOTIC E is hereby given to all persons interest' J. ed, that final and partial settlement accounts have been tiled in the office of the Clerk ot the Court of Common Pleas within and lor the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, by the; eiecutors, administrators and guardian of the estates of the following named persons, to wit ' ' ' ' ' ' Thomas Griffith executor of Daniel Griffith, de ceased, final. '," '' John A. Davenport Eieeutor ot Beaf Manahan, deceased, hnal. Nathan Hullister Administrator of Arthur Carter, deceased, final. '' Asa Blackledge Executor ol Richard Lamboura', deceased, final. Morris Danlord Administrator of Samuel Danford, deceased, partial. John Adam Administrator of James Atkinson, deceased, partial. John Forshey Administrator of Thomas Forshey, deceased, final. James Irwin Guardian of Carrigan's Heir. That the said accounts are now on file in said office subject to the inspection of all persons interested. and are continued until the April term of said court, 1847, for final settlement and confirmation. novIn36 Wm. OKEY, Clerk. STATE OF OHIO. MONROE COUNTY, as: In the couRTor Common Pleas. Vacation after October Tertn. A. .. 1848. Charles S. Twins.) vs: In Chancer u. Bill for Divorce. Elizabeth Twiss. The defendant will take notice that on the Sd day of December, A. D., 1846, said complainant filed in said court his bill or petition, prayingjfor a divorce from the bonds of matrimony existing netween said parties, tor tne following, to wit: Adultery. Now, unless the said deiendant shall appear at the next term of said court, and answer said bill at the said term, the same will be taken pro eonfesso and a decree entered accordingly. mUK . WrJA vn.it, Dec. 5, 1846. 6w Sol'rs for Complainant NNUAL REPORT ol the Fund Commis- sinners of Monroe county, for the year elid ing January 1, 1847. Amount of Surplus Revenue received from the state 20.970 90 Amount returned to State as per last annual report 8,760 62 Amount paid in during the year 1,321 81 5 5,108 43 6 Balance bearing interest at 7 per cent per annum $15,862 46 6 Amount loaned to individuals Monroe Academi cal Association $15,262 46 5 600 00 $15,862 46 6 Amount secured by mortgage on real estate $1,862 00 Amount secured by other security 14,000 46 5 $15,862 46 6 The amount Idancd in each township is as follows, to wit: Adams $S22 33 359 00 6,248 45 175 00 187 60 244 75 714 00 430 00 562 50 600 00 Perrv 725 00 Salem 1,057 93 Seneca 985 00 Sunsbury 1,048 50 Switzerland 130 00 Union 987 50 Washington 75 00 Wayne 510 00 Bethel Centre Elk Enoch Franklin Green Jackson Malaga Ohio $15,862 46 5 Amount collected by course of law during the yeat $179 39 5 Amount in judgment - ' due and not in judgment There is none invested in stocks. 3,710 80 6 5,799 68 RECEIPTS. Amount ol principal paid in during the year $1,321 81 5 Amount of interest received on loans 989 44 2 " of interest in treasury being school fund overpaid last year 84 2,312 09 7 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid Th. Mitchell, jr.. fees as Sheriff on various judg'ts $37 82 Am't paid Jas. R. Morris for printing, legal notice, Fund Com rs vs Atkinson et al., fee. 17 00 Am't paid Jas. R. Morris lor printing last annual report 6 87 6 Am't refunded M. Archer, be ing interest overpaid on Salisbury's bond Am't paid E. Archbnld, costs in case of Fund Coio'rs vs Wm. N Jones m't paid prior to June last to Fund Com'rs, to wit: 78 75 to Thomas Orr A to John Cline, jr. to Thomas Griffith Am't paid J no. M. Kirkbrike 6 00 6 00 6 00 Ag't prior to June last 20 00 Am't paid Jno. M. Kirkhride Auditor, tees on funds re ceived since June last 76 Am't paid John KerrTreas., fees on funds received dur ing the year 6 78 2 110 76 7 $2,201 33 Am't of principal in the County treas ury due the State yi.azi.oi o Am't of interest in the County treasury for State Common School fund 856 21 Am't of interest in Coun ty treasury for county purpose 23 30 S $2,201 33 We certily the foregoing statement to be correct as appear from the books. J.VU. JY1. MKMjniLC, rtUU r, JOHN KERR, Treas., and ex-officio Fund Com'rs ol Monroe Co. Woodsfield, Jan. 7. 1847 -MS Managers 'a a Office, (R. Armstrong Co. Agents) Wheeling, January 20, 1846. NEW-JERSEY LOTTERY, Class 16, draws at Jersey City, 24, Feb. 78 No Lottery, 14 drawn ballots. $12,000; 10,000;4,000; 20of 1,000; 40 of 200. Tickets $5, a package of whole tickets by certiti- ate will cost 65. ALEXANDRIA LOTTERY, Claas I; draws at Alexandria, 27, Feb. 66 No Lottery, 12 drawn ballots. . . , $25,000; 10,000; 4,000; 8,000; 2,200; QrJ-10 of 2,000; 10 of 500; 400;300;250; each, 55 of 240; and 110 of 200. . 'i i ? f . Since the commencement of the New Year, the Managcrshave distributed many large prizes; $16, 000; 10,000; 5,000; 2,000; everal of 1,000; 500, ate. Address your orders to ROB'T ARMSTRONG It Co., Jt i Only agents for J.W.Maurt Jl Co. Mangers. BLANK DEEDS. JUSTICES' BLANKS, hx., 4titaieof- iM'fisMf Pewoawejsi' ievr WYuAeaate DrGobtla. .'H O US Ey""'''4'-' v WHEELING VA.. TALLAMT A DEIsAP liAlN, TJTAVE now received their Fall stock ol DRY 91 GOODS, XXCUUSIVILY FOB WHOLES A I. ino, aud having purchased AFTER the decline in prices consequent upon the recent Tariff meas ure, and otherwise with every advantage in theii favor, are prepared to job good on tei mi as auvau tazeou as the Eastern cities can offer. The satisfaction given to their customers during the last season has convinced them, that a business done on short profits for Cash, will be most accept able, and induces them to believe that, with their ample variety of goods and small per centage charged, they will be enabled to supply all dealers who call and examine, on. satisiactory term, it nay not be amis to enumerate somc leading arti cle as an index to their stock in general. BROWN MUSLINS, Sheetings and Shirtings, of : different qualities and widths, said at Eastern prices and cest of shipment. BLEACHED GOODS, of all varieties fc price do; large supply of Prints, particularly dark. WOOLENS such as Satinets, Flannels, Kersey. Jeans, Linseyi, low priced Cassimere and Cloths at the reduced price. Cashmeres, M de Laines, Alpacas, Coburgs, Me rinoes, Ginghams, and all other description of Dress Goods, including the new style Calico, Cashmere and M. de Laine Robes. Canton Flannels, Table Diapers, brown and bleach ed Drills, Tickings, Checks, colored Cambrics, paper do, Brown Hollands, Irish Linens, Domes tic Ginghams.Tabby Velvets.plaid cloak Linings WHITE UUUD5 sucb as laces, Lap INetls, Swiss, Book and Jacconet Muslins, plain and plaid Cambrics, new style Netts, Bishop Laws, I arleton Muslins, and Long Lawns. FANCY ARTICLES, including Bonnets, Rib bons, Flowers, Silks, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, &c. NOTIONS Pins, Needles, spool and skein Boss, patent Threads, Hooks and Eyes, Cotton cord, Dress Whalebones, coiset Laces, Buttons of all kinds. Suspenders, Gloves, Hosiery, Nett Caps and Mitts, Tapes.Combs both dressing and ivory, Umbrellas. TAILORS' TRIMMINGS Best Canvas and Paddtng, Silicias, silk and worsted Serges, best blue sewing Silk, Twist and 1 hread, new style Buttons, Bindings; and especially to sell to Toi lors and others, extra French cloths and cas slmeres, new Vi-siings. Tweeds, "Beaver Tweeds," a new article for overcoats; ligh cloths for cloaks, blue Blanketing, plaid Linseys. So that there are few articles of DRY GOODS, not to be found in our stock. TALLANT&DELAPLAIN, Opposite Monroe House , Monroe Street, Wheeling, Va. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Notice is here by given to all concerned, that on the twenty- seventh day of October, 1846, Bennet Uoen is. sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Mon. roe county and Statn of Ohio, a writ of attach ment against the lands, tenements, goods, chattels, rights, credits, monies, and effects of Thomas Fletcher, an absent debtor, for the sum of $300 damages, which said writ was returned at the October term of said court, 1846, served. Wm. OKEY, Clerk, Monroe C. P. Nov. 21, 1846. J TATE OF OHIO, MONROE COUNTY, ss: Court or Common Pi.eas John Drum and Nancy Will take notice that Drum his wife. vs: Elizabeth Haught, Tobias Haught, Evan Haught, Alpheus Haught, James Haught, Henry Barnard, and Delilah his wife;Goin Eddy and Sally his wife; George Johes and Esther his wife; Peter Eddy and Elizabeth his wife; Enos Tenant and Tena his wife, a petition was filed against them on the 30th day of October, A. D. 1846, in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe coun ty, Ohio, by John Drum and Nancy his wife; and is now pen ding, wherein the said John Drum and Nan cy his wifu demand and Peter Haught. partition of the follow iug real estate, to wit: The east half of the south west quarter, and the south half ol the north west quarter of section twenty-eight, in township three, and range five, in Momoe county Ohio, and that at the next term of said court application will be made by the said John Drum and Nancy his wife, for an order that partition may be made of said premises. N. HOLLISTER, Their Atfy. nov T o a d N o t i c e A petition will be presented to the Commission ers of Monroe county, at their next March session, nravinp for the vacation of so much ot the old road leading from Woodsfield to the Ohio river, as lies between the low gap on the land of Thomas Mor ris and the forks of the road on the farm of James C. Merryman, in Centre township. Jan. 30th AMES BLAKE'S ESTATE. Notice ii hereby eiven that the subscribei has been ap pointed and qualified as administrator of the estate of James tilake, late ol Monroe county, aeceasea. All persons having claims against said estate will present them legally authenticated within one year for settlement; and all persons indebted to said es tate will please call and make immediate payment. JOSEPH BLAKE, Adin'r. Jan. 23, 1847 n45, STATE OF OHIO, MONROE COUNTY, SS: Ruth Dickerson, ) In the Court ol Common Pleas vs: To William Russel You will William Russel. S take notice, that on the 11th day of January, A. D. 1847, Ruth Dickerson filed In the ollice ol the ulerx ot tne uourt ol Common Pleas, of said county, her petition for an order to redeem the following described lands sold for tax es, to wit: 114 acres in fractional section 23, T'p 1, and Range 4, in said county, and at the same time deposited with said Cleik the tax, interest and pen alty upon said sale of said premises, and which tract of land stood charged on the Tax Duplicate in the name of Margaret Dickerson, the original tract contained 114 acres, and the whole tract was on the 13th day of Januaiy, A. D. 1845, sold to Wil liam Russel, and that at the next session ot said court of Common Pleas the said Ruth Dickerson will move said court for an order of redemption for said premises. RUTH DICKERSON. By N. Hollister her Atty. January 11, 1847. n44,6w STATE OF OHIO, MONROE COUNTY, ss: Tobias Haught and Eliz THE said defendants will take notice, that on abeth Haught administra tor of Peter Haught,d'cd vs. Alpheus Haught, Peter the thirtieth day of Oc tober, A. D. eighteen hundred and forty six, Tobias Haught &. Eliz abeth Haught as the administrators of Peter Haught, deceased, filed their petition in the of fice of the Clirk of the court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, O., representing, among o ther things, that the per sonal property of the aid Peter Haught, de ceased .was insufficient to pay the debts of said Haught, Peter Eddy and Klizabeth hilily Ins wile, Goin Eddv and Sarah Ed dy liis wife, John Drum rndNancy Drum his wile, Henry Barnard and Deli lah Barnard his wile, ol Monroe county, Ohio, and Georee Jo lies and Esther Jobes his wife, and James Haught, ol Washington county, Ohio, and Evan Tenant and Christen Te nant his wife, of Morion- gahela county, Virginia: Peter 11 aught, and that said Peter Haught died seized in fee simple ol the following real estate, to wit: I he .ast half or the South West quarter, and the South hall ot the North West quarter, of Section twenty-eight, in Tuwnship three, of Range five, in Monroe connty, Ohio; in which premises the said Elizabeth Haught the widow of the said Peter Haught, is entitled to dower The prayer of which petition is, that said Klizabeth Haught may have her dower estate in said piemises assigned to ber, and that petitioner may be authorized to sell and convey so much of said real estate a will be sufficient to discharge the debts ol said Peter Haught's estate. ' - ; , . I.TOBIAS tc ELIZABETH HAUGHT, , Administrators of Peler Haught, dee'd. By N- IIolmstar, their All'y. nor T . w,i, NEW AND SUCCESSFUL i n o i Treatment o ; Consumption; Coughs, Colds,' Pains in the .Side mid Chestt . , snorinets oj tirtain, jnrniig o .vw,, j ;l( Asthma, Whooping Cough,and ' Vj,,,,;. ' ... I, .ulLBreast and Lung, .,. c i-i..., - Affectum' , i . : Dr. EASTMAN'S CONCENTRATED lklsam of Wild Cherry 1!- Used internally, and the free use of hi EM" IHIOCATIOJV externally over the whole re gion of the chest and side, have affected remarkable cure. A few cases are given. , . . Lucy Miser, of Putnam, Ohio, aged 17, had been under the care of a skillful physician for several months; a council of physicians pronounced her case that of hopeless consumption, and reported the melancholy tidings to the anxious paienu, inamo thing more could be done for her with any prospect of success. She was much reducedunable t raise from the bed. incessant cough, raising, as was judged, a pint of matter daily, t accompanied with Heel c Fever, and ISieht sweats, in mi conui- tinn aha commenced using Eastman' Balsam of Cherry, and bathing the side with hi Embrocation which loan arrested the disease, and in t months was fully restored, and although two years since, no symptons of her complaints have returned. ' ' We the undersigned can bear witness to th cor rectness ot the above statement . Miser, John Balthts, Amos Leisure, M. Smith. ; Putnam, Ohio, July SO, '45. Robert Caiter of Springfield, was attacked with severe pain in the side, hard dry cough, and short ness of breath. These symptoms together with wasting of flesh, and strength continued was fol lowed with night sweats. Hectic Fever, until he was considered by himself and friends, as rapidly going with consumption. Eastman's Balsam of Wild Cherry, together with the Embrocation; per fectly restored him in a few days. " A daughter of Mahlon Davis, had been in a de clining state of health, attended with pain a the side, shortness of breath, the cough increasing gradually for six years. She had been attended by skilful physicians, had taken seven bottles of Wis tar's Wild Cherry, all to no purpose. She was in duced to try Eastman' Balsam ol Wild Cherry and was relieved and finally restored to neaitn. Mr. Starkev. who gave the following statement of his case, resides in Falls township, about five miles Irom Zanesvile. Heis a respectable citizen, whose statement may be relied upon, should any doubt, they are relerred to him. Ten years ago I was attacked with pain in th side and breast, with a slight cough. These symp toms continued more or less severe up to last Au gust, when from a cold or some other cause they were increased and become alarmingly severe. After some weeks of severe pain in the side, and most distressing dry hard cough, I began to raise large quantities of pus or matter, which was so of fensive that a person could not stay in the room during the time I had these paroxysms of cough ing. Occasionally I raised considerable quantities of blood, and was wasting in strength and qsop most rapidly. I was looked upon by my family and neighbors, and considered myself fast approaching my end. My physician said I could not survive three weeks, finding his treatment had no effect to check the rapid progress of disease, and despairing of liooa irom this course, and hearing of some cures effected by Eastman's Concentrated Balsam of Wild Cherry, I resolved on its use. , Soon after commencing its use my expectora tion, though copious, was free and easy, and I threw up some lumps as large as the end of my thumb, which looked like fungus flesh, the feator and the appearance of the matter wer aoon chan ged and gradually lessened; my cough abated and my strength and appetite began to increase. I con tinued its use with these restorative effects, still more rapidly improving, until I had used three bot; ties, at which time I was entirely cured from the pain in my side, cough and every symptom of my former disease: and I am at this time perlectly wall and able again to attend to my work. I feel con fident that I owe my life and present health under God to the use of Eastman's Concentrated Balsam of Cherry and Embrocation, as I used no other medicines after I commenced using them, and it was the first thing that gave me any relief and see med to rheck my downward course. I do therefore with the utmost confidence, rec ommend it to the afflicted. ZEBULON STARKEY. Falls township, Nov. 10, 1844. James Hunter, of Washington, had been in a de cline for five years, which he attributed to the ef fect of Measles. He had been under the care of a number oi physicians, but still continued to de cline, with a severe cough, pain in th side, and all the usual symptoms of Consumption. Altha his case was considered hopeless, 5 bottles of East. man's Balsam of Cherry and Embrocation cured him perfectly- A cough, pain in the side and breast.with a short ness of breath, and weakness ensued. Uuabl to find relief bv the ordinary treatment she resorted to Eastman s Cherry and Embrocation by which she was cured in a short time. Mary Ann Carlow of Winchester, had been for years afflicted with Asthma, and at times so severe that lor months she was unable to lie down. Four bottles of Eastman's Balsam of Cherry made a perfect cure. Richard Lane of Springfield, aged twenty-five, was for some years troubled with a hard dry cough pain in the side. Last spring a hemorrhage of the lungs occurred, which was repeated two or three times every week with an increase of all the other symptoms denoting Consumption. By the use of 6 bottles of- Eastman s Cherry and bathing the chest and sides with the Embrocation he was res tored to sound health which he had been deprived of for six years. Susannah Wiles, from an untimely cold lost her health, continued to decline, finally a pain in the side and breast with a cough ensued, continued to increase, notwithstanding she made use of the or dinary remedies for 6 months. She was induced to try Eastman's Balsam of Cherry and Embroca tion, which has finally restored her to health. Hundreds ol other cases equally striking might be given proving the remarkable efficacy of East man's Concentrated Balsam of Wild Cherry and the great utility of his Embrocation in all affections of the chest and lungs. ESTMAN'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. The following Family Medicines prepared for Specific diseased have been long in use and hare proved signally successful and are with confidence recommended to the public. For a full descrip tion and testimonials, see Eastmin's Medical Di rectory, which is for gratuitous distribution at th store of the Agent. ' All the following Medicines bear the name of the proprietor, whose written signature is attached to each package as a caution- against counterfeit. Zanesville, Oct. 1846. H. EASTMAN. WORM TEA A pleasant remedy that may he relied upon for expelling Worm from the sys tem. . It is the cheapest, as well as the best remedy only twelve and a half cent. SPECIFIC EMBROCATION. The most use ful medicine in the world a sure remedy for Rheu matism, all seated and local pains. Ague in th faceor breasts. Tooth-Ache, Weak or lame Back, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Frosted feet, Chil blains, Numbness, Contracted Cords, Tie Dolorcux aud all other painful affections. What renders it still more valuable is the fact that it is the best known remedy for all injuries to the horse ucb as strains, sprains, galls, scratches, swaney. tc. ' sugar coated uathaki iu riLLo Most petsons are a ware of the advantage and impor tance ot a good Anti-Bilious Physic, as their timely use in the first Symptoms of disease, will usually, by cleansing the stomach and bowels, prevent sick ness.thereby saving much pain and expense as well as of life. These Pills are a good Family Medicine a remedy in alt cases ol fevers, bilious attacks, other diseases arising from foul stomach or derange ment or the Liver. (See dims tor lull instructions. RHEUMATIC DROPS. Which in connec tion with the Embrocation it a sure remedy for Rheumatism. For sale at the Proprietors' Drug Store. Main street, Zanesville, Ohio. " "' " ... . s - EASTMAN 4. BIGELOW. And by F. KOEHLER , WeodslieW, O. twVliHiKa . "Our own Ohio, and the tillers of her toil,"., -i.it--. i ,.j i; PROSPECTUS OF THE - t:.-; i, Ohio Cutmtor--Vo. S--I847 Devoted to the promotion of Agriculture, Horti- culture, and Domestic Industry. , Published at Columbus, Ohio, on the 1st and 15th of each month, by M. B. Batehah, Editor i n , l.. a ana rropriciur, wsisicu oy a very large numoer oi practical and scientific contributors farmers, hor ticulturists, &c.. and Illustrated with numerous Engravings. , "'"'v.' 1 '"' v r. . TERMS One Dollar per year, fof single sub scriptions; or lour copies wnsn ordered together, for three dollars: all payments made in advance: all subscriptions to begin with the volume, and none received for less than a year. Letters with' subscriptions may be sent by mall at the risk and expense of the editor. : " The Cultivator has now become o well known to the farmer and friend of agriculture in Ohio, that nothing need be said of its character or de sign. ' Its pages will continue to dittuse intern gence of the utmost practical importance to farm ers, and all who are concerned in the cultivation of th soil and the mind.' ' It will contain the latest and most reliable intelligence respecting the Crops and the markets, both in this country and in Eu rope, so as to aid the farmer in .deciding at what time and price to dispose of his productions. , This information alone will be worth, to most farmers many times the price of subscription, especially now that the prices are so much anected by lor eign intelligence. ! . ,y The influence of the paper, wherever it has been generally read, is admitted to have been highly salutary. It has begun to awaken aspiritof inqui ry and improvement among the farmers, and to inspire them with more just and elevated concep tions of the character, duties and pleasures of their noble occupation.; . At evidence of this, it may be stated, that during the past year, Agricultural Societies have been organized in twenty counties of this State; and there is reason to believe that as many more will be formed dunue the year to come These associations, in connection with the State Board of Agriculture, and (he Cultivator as an organ for the diffusion of intelligence, cannot fail to exert such an influence on the minds and the pract ice ot the farming community, as will in a few years place our giant State in that posi tion which she is by Nature designed to occupy the first State of the union in agricultural wealth and lasting prosperity. At a meeting of the Ohio State Board of Ag- - i . s-,.. no imn .1-. -..n : !..:.. ricuuure, ici. io, ioiu, uic luuuwinK rcwiuuun was offered by Col. John Johnston, of Miami, and unanimously adopted: "Uesolvtd, I hat the ex tended circulation of the Ohio Cultivator highly conducive to the agricultural interests of the State; and this Board do hereby earnestly com mend the same to the patronage of the farmers and friends f Agriculture in Ohio." : fWlHE SOUTHERN AND WESTERN LIT H ERARY MESSENGER AND REVIEW POlt 18 47. This is a Monthly Magazine devoted to every department of Literature and the Fine Arts. It is the union of Simms'" Southern and ffestern Monthly Magazine and RevitwJ'ot South Carolina, with the ' '" 3onVernLUerar Messenger The Messenger has been established more than Twelve years, much longer than any otner South ern work ever existed, during which it has main tained the highest rank among the American Pe riodicals. Under its new Titile it will strive to extend its fame and usefulness. Its Contributors are numerous, embracing Professional and Ama teur writers of the first distinction; so that its pa ges will be filled with the choicest matter, ot grea variety, such as Reviews, Historical and Bio. graphical Sketches, JVooels, Tale, Travels, says. Poems, Critiques, and Papers on the Army, JYiavy and other National Subjects. Party Pol itics ana controversial a neology are excluded. Whilst the "Messenger and Review" addresses itself to the SOUTH AND WEST, and conn dently appeals to them for even a more extensive patronage to the only Literary Journal of long and high standing, in all their wide borders, it is not srtona -having always ciiculated widely in the North and East, and aimed at imparting a HIGH ER NATIONAL CHARACTER to our Period- ical Literature. THE THIRTEENTH VOL UME will commence on the Istof January, 1847 and neither pains nor expense will be 'spared to make it eminently worthy ot patronage. 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Nor will any subscrip tion be discontinued while anything remains due thereon, unless at the option of the editor.. . B. B. MINOR, Editor and Proprietor. : Richmond, Virginia, YaU an A V inter Goods. Call and examine J. R. J. H. MORRIS' new Stock of GOODS, before purchasing elsewhere. Their assortment consists in part of the fallowing: GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. Cloths; Cassi meres;Plain & figured Satinett and Jeans; Tweeds; Pantaloon plaids; Plaid drills; Vesting, &c. fee. fee. LADIES' DRESS GOODS. Plain, figured fe black dress silks and lawns; Muslin de laines; Fig ured, striped and plain ginghams; Fancy birage; Jaconets; Mulls; Striped and plain Cambricks; French and American prints; Mourning ana fur niture prints; Alapacas; Bilzarines, fee., fee., fee- BONNETS, SHAWLS, BOOTS, SHOES, HAT8, CAPS, fee Florence braid, lawn and straw bonnets; Net, woollen and silk shawls; Mitts; Gloves; Dress handkerchiefs; Hosiery; Fancy last ing gaiters; Ladies' kid slippers;. 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In thus again launching into fhe tea, of politics, I can offer no pledge but devotion to , the great end and aim of old and long tried demo-; cratic principles and th party, as founded by the. immortal Jefferson, ,: To Jally the sound heads and honest hearts to one gi eat standard . of republican truths, will be the object and ardor of my soul. . We are defeated at various points .only from a snot of harmony and action.' No one can critically tX-. amine the returns ol elections for the last year, and I not be convinced of this. There is nothing, theo! to discourage democrats, but a thousand argument-, to strengthen them to renewed life and energy.J Have 1 the pledge of the veteran democrat the old and the young of our glorious State, that they will lend a helping hand to achieve result that will be both honorable and full ot hope to patriot tic freemen? i I. feel confidence that 1 shall b. sustained in this resolve, by the united energies of thedemocracy of the State, so long a I (ball have, an eye (ingle to the great principle of pure reputv; licanism aud the certain triumphs oi the detnoerat-i ic party. ' -Without any further apology, then,'. 1 fling my flag to thebieexe, trusting to the noble democracy of our State to keep it there flying. 'ff ' ' 'TERMS.' '' '-' JSTi The Ohio Statesman will be published week-'' 1 ly the year round (in advance) at $2 00 Daily during the session of the Legislature, -5 ! and tn-weekly the balance of the year, at - 5 00 .. . ..-i.....,.;. MEDARYi""! ' November 9, 1846. '.' ; - GRAHAM FOR i81T. the Head' of the Periodicals of the Wbrldin point of Circulation and Popularity.' ' . A NEW NOVEL BY COOPER "THE IS-' LETS OF THE GULF," a powerful Sea Story,' in the best style of the author of 'Th Rad Rover, Water Witch,' fee. - r We have the pleasure of being able to announce to the 60,000 readers of Graham's Mfgazine, that we commenced the publication, in the November number of Graham's Magazine, of a new novel by JamesFennimoreCojper.entitled'THE ISLETS OF THE GULF,' a Sea Novel, written in- the very best vein of that accomplished novelist This Story which is intended to bring out the author' brilliant gowers in the description of Sea Scenesv and incidents, while it will describe most power-i fully nautical adventures and engagements, has v delightful vein of seDtiment running through th entire work. The heroine, 'Robe,' is one of the! sweetest characters ever drawn by Mr. Cooper, and one of the 'Old Salt'' has a vein of humor and; home-spun philosophy equal to 'Natty Bumpo' in his best days. This nove! will run through 12 or 14 numbers of 'Graham,' and we predict for it 'run,' unequalled by any thiLg Cooper has ever written. ' ' - ' C f Subscribers to the January volume of the Mag., azine will receive the entire sheets of 'The Islets' of the Gulf,' which commences in November.' It is understood that the novel will make from- 10' to 16 pages extra, in each number of the Maga-: zine, so that subscribers will receive this novel in' addition to the usual quantity of reading matter in' Graham. The publishers have given ' ' 1 ' 1,200 FOR THE NOVEL, : - ' I And with the Premiums, $1,000 for Prizes, Graham will undoubtedly excel all the Magazines for 1847.' ELEGANT PARIS FASHIONS IN EVERY;! NUMBER While all the other monthly period-', icals are crumbling to decay, and resorting to eve-, ry expedient to save themselves from destruction, ; 'Giaham pursues the even tenor of its way, proud-' ly at the head of the periodical literature of the day with its 60,000 readers, gradually widening its influence and extending its circulation. The policy adopted in this Magazine, of giving the best both in literature and art, has established it upon' the secure basis of public confidence. ' "- - " We have resolved, so far a 'tiraham' is con cerned, to give a proper direction to the popular1 taste; and propose m the coming volume greatly to amplify the literary department of the work to engage none but the very best writers to open si field fot young writers of merit and,' in fine, to' cultivate a National Periodical Literature, which' shall command respect at heme and abroad. - " ' FOR THE NEW VOLUME. ' ' - In addition to the host of able writers who have enriched our pages by their productions, we shall have the advantage of being able to publish some of the most brilliant urticlts that have ever appear J ed in our language. IN OUR PRIZE STORIES, " I i" f The first of which will appear in (he January num ber, the committee, Dr. J. K. Mitchell, Hon. Rob-. ert T. Conrad, Louis A. Godey, Morton M'Mi-' chael.anrl Rob't Morris, are patiently engaged in reading the large mass of manuscripts submitted,' and propose to give their DECISION 00 the 1st of December. We design to commence in the January num ber, the Revolutionary PrizeStory, as we h ive al ready running through the Magazine the Dew Ndvel by Cooper, above-announced. " " f or the New Year, we have made the most lib eral arrangements in regard to the work, with a determination to make A GREAT NATIONAL MAGAZINE, 1 ' Contributed to by the highest talent in the coun-1 try free from all cliques and sectional differen-' ces, and relying on the merits ot its literary mat-' ter, and the excellency of its illustrations, for a still' wider support. . " " ' The volume to be opened with new and beau tiful type, the finest white paper, and with a '' SERIES OF EMBELLISHMENTS. Unsurpassed by any which have yet appeared tri any Magazine. Graham' has become the standard of tsstt in matters f embellishment, and has led the way in every thing really beautiful published in the Maga zines. The voice of the public press, while it pit' ces the work at the ' ' '' HEAD OF AMERICAN LITERATURE, " Is unanimous In the announcement, that no work ever started in the country has been so elegantly embellished, orhas so rapidly increased. ", ''- ' OUR MEZZOTINT KNGKAVINUS. - " It affords us much satisfaction to be able to stale that we have made arrangements with Mr. SAR TAIN, the accomplished Mezzotint Engraver, whose plates have contributed so much to the beauty of the Magazine bertofore, by which w secure his splendid Mezzotints for this work alone. These beautiful engravings will, therefore, form a. feature of Graham's Magazine, se that we shall be able to distance any tiling like competition on this UUU BCAU Hr UL f ASHIUN PLATES. These exquisite creations of taste and skill we have engaged exclusively from the publisher of Le Follet.'and all other efforts to get them bare failell. An attempt has been made to deceive th public, by re-engraving the old designs; but these duplicates are so far beneath the original Paris de signs sent to 'Graham that they excite only con-i tempt. Our arrangements are complete,, and we cannot be equalled 10 the beauty and correctness f this department or toe Magazine. 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