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T"r ASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE.i-By 1 J? A virtu or decretal order to redirected from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county and Slate of Ohio, in the case of Thomaa Drakely vi Elliott Holland et al, will be offered for sale at public outcry, at the front door ot the court house in the hwu Woodsfield, in aaid county, on Monday tie 18th day of Oct. next, at 12 o'clock, M., on aaid day, the following described tracts of land, at the pwperty of said Holland, to wit:. Six and three-fourths acres of land, be the same more or less, lying and being in aaid county, being a part ol the northwest quarter of aection 29, township 4, and range 5, bounded as follows, Beginning at a stake on the west side of the commons of the town Xf Woodsfield, thence 20 degrees east 38 poles and 11 links to the corner between the lands of". David Kirkbride and Elliott Holland, thence west SO poles to corner eastol a large While oak, thence south 20 degrees west S3 poles and 20 links to a stake, thence with tha said Uollmd's land south 70 degrees 30 poles and 15 links to the place of beginning, being the same on which Ho race Holland now resides, and the same that the said Elliott Holland purchased from Jeremiah Hollister, with the improvements thereon; also, forty-one acres seres of land, more or less, in the northeast and northwest quarters of section 35, 111 we auuir range aim lumiMiip, uuuuucu us ioi lars, to wit: Beginning far the same at the north east corner of the said section, thence along the line of Holland and Hollister, .being south 20 de grees west 4!) perches to the centre of the Marietta road as altered by the late survey, thence enntiuu ng by the centre of said road north 70 degrees west 37 perches to a stake, thence south 49 de grees west 21 1-2 perches to a stake by a stump. thence south 71 3-4 degrees west 51 perches to a stake near a large White oak, thence south 89 1-2 degrees west 4 perches to a stake, thence south 70 3-4 degrees went 20 1-2 perches, thence south 6:' degrees west twenty end a half perches, thence south 60 west 9 perches to James Cunningham's farm, thence north and alung said line 37 perches to Paull's line, thence along that line east 51 1-2 perches to the line dividing the east from the west quarter, thence along said line northwardly 48 1-2 perches to the half mile post, corner of the north' east and northwest quarters on the north side thence eastwardly alone said section line on the north side thereof 113 1-2 perches to the place of beginning, containing forty-one acres of land, be the same more or less, except three-tourths of an acre off the whole width of the western end of said tract to be laid off of equal width ad joining the Cunningham tract. Win. OkEY, Mas. Com. Sept. 11,1847. $6 03 r ASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE By I virtue of a ecretal order to me directed from the com t of Common Pleas of Monroe county and State of Ohio, in the case of John Wylry against Jacob Calvert et al., there will he offered for sale at public outcry at the front door of th court house in the town of Wnodsheld in said county ou Monday the 18th day ol October, IS 17, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m of said day, the following real estate as the property ol the defendants Ualverts, to wit: The south h.ili of the south east quarter ot section No. 9, town ship. No. 9 and range No 5; also the north west quarter of the south east quarter of section, town ship, and range aforesaid, lying and being in tire county and state aforesaid. - . VVM.-OK.Er, Mas. Com. September 11, 1S47. $1 87 f ASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE . By virtue of a decretal order to me directed from the court ot Common, fleas of Monroe comi ty Ohio in the case of Isaac Askew against John McMahou there will be offered ( t sale at public outcry at the front door of Ihe court house m the town of Woodalield in said county on Monti iy the 18th day of October, 1 8 17, between the hours of 10 o'clpck, a m and four o'cluck p m the following described tracts of land, situated in said county, to wit the west half of the northeast quarter of sec tion nine, township tour, range five, containing 80 21-100 acres ol land; also the east half of the northwest quarter of the same section, township and range, containing 80 21-TOO acres of land; al so the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section ten, township four, and range five, con taining 40 36-100 acres of land; and also the east half of the southwest quarter of the northwest quar ter of section nine, township four, and range live, containing 20 5-100 acres of land., Win. OKEY, Mast. Com. September 11,1847. ?24! M "ASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE By irtue of a decretal order to me directed from the court ol Common Pleas of Monroe Coun ty Ohio in the cese ot Ignatus Tillet against Hen ry Willoby et al there will he offered for sale at public outcry at the frontdoor of the court house in the town of Woodsfield in said county onMonday the 18th day of October, 1847, between the hours ot 10 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m the L'i'.iv, ing described tracts of land, to wit: The south east Quarter of the north ea3t quarter of section nine teen, township four, range five, containing thirty- nine acres and eighty-tour hundredths ol an acre. Also the east thalf of Ihe south east quarter of sec tion nineteen, township four, range live, lying and being m the county atoresaia. Win. OKEY, Mast. Com'. September 11, 1817. $5187 ASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE By Lvirtue of a decretal order to me directed from the court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, and State of Ohio in the case of Zachanah Cochran against William Daugherty there will be ollered for sale at public outcry at Ihe front door of the court house in the town ot Wondslield in said county, on Monday the 18th day of October, 18 17, between the hours ot luo clock a m and 4 o clock p m of -said day, the following described real estate, as the property of the defendants to wit: The north half of the northeast quarter of siction 6, township 4, and range 6, containing 80 acies more or less, except about an acre near the north line of said tract, now occupied as a burying ground and on which is erected a meeting house, lying and being in the county and stale alorexaid. Wm. OKEY, Mas. Cam. September 11, 1847. 1 98 "MsTASTEH COMMISSIONER'S SALE. lTB Bv virtue of a decretal order to me direc ted from the court of Common Pleas of Monroe county and State of Ohio, in the case of Davenport & Brown against Sarah Dick etal there will be offer ed for sale at public outcry at Ihe trout door ol the court house In '.he town of Woodsfield in said county, on Monday the 18th day of October, 1847, between the hours ol 10 o clock a m and 4 o clock p m of said day, the following described tract of land situated in said county, to wit: 1 he southeast quarter of the southwest quarternf section 28, town ship 2, of range 4, containing 89 acres and ninety- seven hundredths ot an acre ot land. Wm. OKEY, Mas. Com. September 11th. 1847. SI 65 Eissolution. The Co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Bidenfiarn &BenninghausatLewisville Ohio, has this day been dissolved by mutual con , sent. Theadore Benninghaus will settle the Busi ness of the late firm; all those indebted to the same are hereby requested to call immediately and set tle their accounts, and all those that neglect this .call will find their accounts or notes, in the hands of proper officers for collection. J. F. BIDENHARN, - TH. BENN1NGHAUS. The business at Lewisville will be continued at the old stand by Th. Benninghaus, who is now receiving a complete assortment of . ' FALL GOODS, which be will sell low for cash, produce, or to punctual customers. . TH. BENNINGHAUS. ' Lewisville, O. Sept. 10. 1847 - ATTENTION! All members of the rifle com pany known as the " Woodsfield Greys," who re yet indebted for their Caps', or trimings, are requested to call at the proper pltc and make psy pat inmfdiately. Taxes for the Year 1847. k THE amount ol Tat for the year 1847 on each hundred dollars value of the taxable property of Monroe county Is as follows, vis For State and canal purpdses, , 27cls 5 mills County, ...... .., , . Mcta ' ' School", - " . ', 4c,' Public Debt, ... ' 4cts 5 mills 46cts For Road, purposes in all townships ' except Seneca, 14cta Seneca, . , 20ct For township purposes ns follows, to wit: Adams, Enoch, Washing ton & Wayne, . ', 8cts Centre & Switzerland, Dels Jackson, . 10ct Malaga, Sunsbury & Union, , ' 6c Is Ohio, . 3cl3j mis Peiry, 4cts Salem, . 7cts Seneca, llcts 5 mills For poor purposes as follows, to wit: Centre 7cts Ohio, 2cls6jmls Perry & Uuion, 8ct Sunsbury, lOcts Salem, let Switzerland, Bets Seneca. 2ets5mills Making the total amount of tax in each township as follows to wit: Adams, Enoch, Salem, -Washington & Wayne, 6Scts Bethel, Elk, Franklin &. Green, 60cts Centre ft Perry, 72cts Jackson &. Switzerland, 70cts Malaga & Ohio, - bbcls Sunsbury,' 7Ccts Seneca Sc. Union, 74cts I am not required by the Commissioners of the County to attend in the townships fur the purpose of receiving taxes. I will receive taxes at the ouice in Woodsfield uutil the 20 in of December. JOHN UEUR. ireas. Monroe Co. O. Treasurer's OCice, Sept. 14, 1847. Although not required by the Commissioners to sit one day in each township for the purpose of receiving Mxes, yet for the accommodation of tax payers, I will be at the place of holding elec tions in Switzerland township on luesday, No vember9th. At Clarington, in Salem township, on Thursday, November II ill. AtSardia, lor Ohio and Jackson townships, on f riday, Noveur ber 1 2th. At Carlisle, for the townships of Beth el. Elk, Enoch, Franklin and Uuion, on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 23d and 24 tit. And at Summsrlield, in Seneca tnwuthip, on Thurs- day, November 25tli; to receive taxes fioin all who have not previously paid. JOUN KERR, Treas. A DMINISTRATOR'S SALE By vinue ol Jlk. an order of the court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will, on Monday, the 18lh day of October, 1847, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 p. m. of said day, at the front door of the court house in thelownwf Woodrlield, 111 said county, oiler tor sale the following real es tate, to wit: The north half uf the south east quar ter of section 7, township 6, and range. 6, contain ing eighty and twenty-five hundredth- acres; also, a part of the south lit If of the southeast quarter of section 7, township b, and range 6, beginning al the south west corner of said half quarter section, running thence east 70 perches to a post, thence north 81 1 perche- to a post, thence west 70 perches to a p. 5t. theuce south 80 perches to the place ul beginning, cant, lining thirty-five acres, mute 01 less; lying and being in the county of Monroe, and in the District of Land subject to sale at Ma rietta, Ohio, subject to the dower estate of Louisa Guthrie, upon the following terms, to wit: one third iu hand, one-third in six months, and the re sidue in one year, with interest from the day of sale. Also, a part of the south half uf the soulh east quarter of section 7, towDship 6, and range 6, aud being all of the said half quarter except the loUowing described part thereut.sold by Robert ISaylor tu Kobert Morris, viz: beginning for the part so sold and excepted, at the south went coin er of said half quarter section, thence east 70 perches to a stake, thence north 80 perches to a stake, thence west 70 perches to a port, thence south 80 perches to the place-of beginning, con taining tlnrty-live acres, mcr? cr less, 111 the ex ception, and lorty-hve acres, more or less, in said tract; also, the south west quarter of the south west quarter of section 1, township 6, and range 6; also, the north half uf the south west quarter of section 1, township 6, and range 6, lying and be ing in the county of Monroe, and in the Di-tiict of Land subject to sale at Marietta. Ohio, subject to the dower estate of Louisa Guthrie, upon the following terms, to wit: one-fourth cash 111 hand, one-fourth in six months, one-fourth in twelve months, aud the residue in eighteen months, with interest from the day of sale; all payments to be secured to the sati-l.iction of the unnersinrned. . JOHN DAVENPORT, Administrator of James Guthrie, dee'd, Sept. 11, 1817-ts Dissolution of Partnership. TPnHE partnership heretofore existing between J3L James W. Shanklatid, Abner Johnston and Arthur Morrison, under the name of SHANK LAND, JOHNSTON & Co., at Colerado, Monroe County, O., was, on the 25lh day of August, 1847, dissolved by mutual consent. All persons know ing themselves indebted to said firm will find it to their profit to call and settle without delay, while Messrs. Johnston & Morrison remain at the old place of doing business. Tobacco, Pork, Lard, Butter, ice, will be taken 111 payment lor ouUtaud iug debts. SHANKLAND, JOHNSTON Co. The subscriber would respctfully inform the old customers of Shaiikland, Johnston k, Co. and 1 lie public generally, that he will still continue the business nf selling all kinds of Dry Goods, Gioce ries, Hardware, Queensware, &.c.,&C, at the old stand at Colerado, where first rate bargains can be had. Call and examine his stock and you will out go away without purchasing. JAMES W. SHANKLAND. Sept. 11, 1847. SCIIUJI AC Hi: It, TOBACCO AND GENERAL Commission Merchant, Will continue the business lately conducted by R. H. BATTEE, (deceased,) and himself, at the old stand, No. 81, Light Street, Baltimore, and solicits the patronage of the Merchants and TOBACCO Planters of Ohio. Advances made on consignments. Refer to Mr. Jas. W. Shanhland, SummerfielJ, . fl'rZfihd11'' " Jot. Hart, Fairvitw. Baltimore, Aug. 20, 1847.-3ni. JJROBATE NOTICrO. Notice is hereby giv en to all persons interested, that Una! settle ment accounts have been Gled in the office of the Clerk of the Court ot Common Pleas within and for the county of Monroe and Slate of Ohio, by the executors and administrators of the estates of the following named persons, to wit: Stephen Conger, Benoni Conger, and Elias Con- ger, Executors of hi ins 1). Conger, dec d, linal. James Stephens and Ann McCann, Administrators of 1 horn as McCann, dec d, linal. That the said accounts are now on file in said office, subject to the inspection of all persons in terested, and are continued until the Uctoberteim of said court, 1847, for final sctlement and confir mation. Wm. OKEY, Clerk. , July 17. 1847-lf , . Al A A N 1 1 lx V S MI Til, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, , WoiitUfldd, Monroectounty, Ohio DnrA. F. TATLOR, , SURGEON AND ACCOUCHEUR, MILTONSBUBG, MONROE CO.,0. ' IJOAD NOTICE. Notice. i hereby givep t. that there will- be a petition presented tp the Commissioners of Monroe county, at their next December Session, fur (a road commencing on lands of Jacob Crow, deceased, in Elk township, a an. Elm tree, thence across,Duck creek, and tq run near the house of Noah. Iteinolds, theuce to Ihe northwest corner of section 16, thence along the east and west line 160 rods, and thence along Ihe ridge to intersect ihe State Road near the resi dence of Robert Hill, in Bethel township. sept. z, loir Proclamation. 7VT0TICE is hereby given to the qualified Elcr tors of Monroe County,. State of Ohio, that the next Annual h lection will he holdeu, agreea ble to law, in the several townships of.said county at the usual places of holding elections on the Second Tuesday being the 12th day of October next, at which time the following officers are to be voted for and chosen, to wit: Oxr. State Senator; ' O.n k R kpr ksintati vs in the State Legislature Onk Cou.ntv Commissions; One SiiKRirr; One Coiioneb; One County Treasurer; . Out Prosecuting Attorney; One Countt Suiivkyor; And in pursuance of the provisions of the act of the General A ssemhly of Ihe State ol Ohio, en titled "An actrelative to Juries," passed Februa ry 8, 1831, 1 herehy give notice to ihe Township Trustees nf the several townships of said county, that the following is the apportionment ol Jurors for the ensuing year, made in conformity with said act, viz: Adams SlOlilo 6 Bethel Pi Perry 6 Centre- 13 Salem 7 Klk 3 Seneca H Elinrh 1 Siinslmry t Fiai.klin 7S iizerUi.d - 5 (Jreeu 6iL''.i'u 6 Jackanu ' , 41VVu.'.!n!i4t,i:i 3 Malaga 8 Wayne 4 Giv-n under my hand a the Slic-riff's nAVe at 'VooJaiiciJ, t!.i 18ih i..v of Si-piemher, A. D. 1S17. WILLIAM D. P vTluN, Sept. 18. ShriiiV, C. O. Farm for He. The subscriber ( ffers for sale the valuaMe Farm nn which he resides, sil'tate 011 Siinli. h Creek Monroe Coiiuly, 4 miles from the Ohio River at the Town of Claringt'in, and on the main rnatl from WooiUlield to Clarington. haid f irm con sisUofl59 acre, 80 acres nf which are cleared and in high cultivation, on which is a larra new frame Barn, a comfortable duelling, an orchard o excellent fruit, the whole faun is well watered, besides a good spring and also an excellent well cf water at the dwelling For terms apply to the subscriber on the premies. The above farm is knoftu by the name of the Du-knk faim. JuliN MONTGOMERY. A"ifust 29.' STATE OF OHIO, MUNROE COUNY, ss. Thomas Diakcly Cnmt of Conn 1 I'ieas. vs. C vr prtidmt; in Clumtiri. Ellibtt Holland, 'I he said Kill itt Holland, Horace Holland, Horace Holland, Harvey Harvey Holland, Holland, Jeretni.h O.ey, Jeremiah Okey, Samuel P. Junes, Samuel Samuel P. Jones, 11 . (olthile, John Slill, Aa Samuel H Giilhiie, ron P. Davis, William Mc J0I111 Js'iill, Aaron lntire, Uiri.-tonher Dixou. P. Davis, William Luther Flint, Vincent lJe.nl M c In tire-, Clni-to. bon and Jacob Wii.gett will plier Dixon, I.111I1. take notice that the coin er Flint, Vincent plaiiuni, 'Ihoinas Drakely, Denhnii and Jacob on the 24ih d.iy nf Auum, Wiugett. A. D. 1817, filed bis Hill in Chancery against them in the Court nf Common Pleas of Moiuoe countv, Ohio, and that unless they appear within sixty days aftvr the rising of the next term of the said Coiiit and plead, ai swer 01 demur to the matters aud things contained in. said Bill, that a decree by default will at ihe spring term of said Couii be lakm aL-ai-'M (1iiii. DANIEL PECK, Sept. 4, IS47-6t Attorney for Plaintiffs. LOOS MEMIE!! 71 STEED b.isjiist received I10111 the EAST C a New and Splendid Stock of flRUCE- R1ES, consistimrin pari of TEA. COFFEE, SU GAR, MOLASSES. KICK, TOBACCO. PKP- PER, ALSP1CE, GINGER, SAL ERATUS, RAISINS,. NUTS, CONFECTION ARIES. Also A superior article ol HI. UK and BLACK INK. NERVE and HONK I.INIM.'.NT, GOD FREY'S CORDIAL, CASTER OIL, &x . &c Also COTTON YARN GLASS-WAlili and PATENT MEDICINES. All ot which he is determined to sell asCHEAP as his neighbors. CALL AND SEE!! BOOKS. JR. & .T. II. ."tlORKIS have for sale a lot . of excellent BOOKS, among which are the following : Mitchell's School Geography and Atlas, " Primary do. Key to Mitchell's Geography. Revised Statutes of Ohio, for Schools. " ' U. S. " Frost's History of the U. S. Child's do " " Outlines of Roman History. " Grecian " " English " McOufley's Readers. All of which will be sold at Eastern prices. KEY TO MITCHELL'S G20GRAPrY. This work of Jas. E Carroll, Esq., of Mt Pleas ant, is useful to teachers ami scholars, being a labor saving one in every paiticular. It is full anil au thentic on every point connected with the original geography, with ample references and historical facts. Air. Wm. G. Finny, a teacher in Cadiz, says it is the "be-t work of the kind he ever saw. aud it should gain admittance in every school and academy iu the land." It has been carefully com piled, arid is recommended by Mr. Mitchell, Au thor of the Geugraphy, and hy several distinguish ed preachers and te ichers, as may be seen by re ference to the work. It h is 43d p.ige of c'nsely printed matter; price 1 ,SY Claiisrille U,.z. MONUO.ti .V V .A ) V, .M V. fHlHE sur-imerterm of the ONIIOF. ACAD L EMi' illcdinmi in 1 on tlie M-c.iJ Moli'JiV of -fay, to continue lw. niy weeks 1 'ition licm lite to I n il ;'ir- per term, as fo!!;;s. Geography, Alithiuetic, Griiiumar, Ekicu.il. : . or Philosophy, Astrcuomy, Cheuiisi.y.Prai iical Gc. onelry nr First Lessons in Algebra, .' A ,br.i, Li -en li or Surveying, Mi ral orMenui Philosophy, Rhetoric, Logic, Latin, nr German, French, Greek, or H 'bre.v. TEXT BO'.KS. fr3 00 7 00 s b 10 00 Lavietf Mn'hitniUi acour.M .m'zDjvies'Arith-1 metic, Uavles t irst Lessons 111 Atgtrn a, Dimes Elementary or Practical Geometry, Davies' Bour don's Algebra, Davies' Legeudie's Geometry, aud Davies' Surveying. Grammar By Lectures. Elocution Porter's Rhetorical Reader. ; Geography M ilchell's. Philosophy and Chemistry Comstock's. Astronumy Olmstead's. Botany Airs. Lincoln's. Geology Hitchcock's Moral or Mental fAiosDMy Wayland's. Rhelurif. or Jogi'c Whaleley's. Zarii Audrews' Lalin Series. STEPHEN "WOOD. ; , THOMAS WEST, '. J il 1 1 0 r xl e 3 a t L a W . WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO., OHIO,' INSENSIBLE PERSPIRATION, tl '3 O a ei B n a rirnHE day will come when this medicine will be JijL pronounced capable nf doing more good, than any five medicines before the public. At present. it is but partially known; the halt has never been told. But when it shall be tested in all the various departments of sickness and disease; when its won derful virtues shall he developed; its powers over the maladies nf men seen and fell, then it will be acknowledged that M'.ilist'r's All-Healing Oint mtnt has power to cure more diseases than any five medicines before Ihe world. This will appear plain upon a moments reflection. There are two prom inent reasons for this assertion: 1st. That by opening the pores of Ihe skin, it removes all hindrance to the full sod free charge nf the insensible perspiration, and thus removes the grand cmive of nine lenlhs of the diseases iii this world, aud it is therefure as applicable to one disease n another, to the Liver Complaint, Con sumption stid Dvsi epeia, a Ihe Sick Headache and Ague in the K;..e, or tu the Athtna, Coughs, Fevers ami D.iviel (.'oiiiil.i:nts, is the Quincy, Sore Throat, Broncliilis and Crovip, lor Ihey are all canned by checkinj the Iii-cii-iIjIo Purspiialioii, in Olher words, 111 "taking col.l " 2d. That for almost eiery disee, there is a specific reiueilv; and aUhuuah there are a legion of lli. mi ! :iKMiieiiileJ l'. r the cue of the same ,r iciiiar uifeis, ye' how tel'f.nn ii it lh.it one mi' ot a hiindrad ild anyti'oiid w luierer. instead, l.irrefoie, of being ui.oi-r ihe urcessitv vf applying a eie i.iit-:.Vc.l i.uris. ih succe-s in each of l.ii h is doubti'ii!, the AH-Hi-ahng Ointment takes :nr lace of them all; and by its action upon the skin. lhroy pen the doors lor the escape of all the hotnn.s within, To nal.e this appear phin to u,-j..-e a I i i-.ni i-; alllicti-d with a Couh, or a CulJ,nr Con-uinplhm, or Liver Complaint? He seeks 1 variety of inward u im die i, but in no ore does lie li'. l reU-l, unless it is cupiible of iorcinsj I-" per piialion, which is-1, it a uiomenlary relief, as tl . r poiea again clo-e the moment the ef fect ol the medicine has ceased. . It may be said witli (ruth, that all inward reme dies fail of curing these complaints six if not eight times iu ten, Ihe world over; and yet a medicine that will not cure at least half the cases it is applied to, we call a poor remedy. Now what is the cause of the above complaints? We answer, checked perspiration, in other words, catching cold." The skin then, and not the in. temal organs, is nut of order. And we assert that unless the skin is bruugbt into heallhy activity, aud made to eliminate the Insensible Perspiiatinn freely and full , i.ol all ihe medicines in the world will save the consumptive from the grave. To make our words true, let us quote Irom a celebrat ed southern doctor, who wrote a labored treatise un Pulmonary Consumption. He says' "Rut let us return to tlie consideration of the indications of a cure; it is simply this' ihe restoration of the In sensible Perspiration. In other words, to excite a lialuial heallhy action uf the skin. This is all that is required fur the cure of 9149 cases out of every thousand." Fevers, also, aud nearly every case of inflama tiuu of the bowel, or of Ihe sli inach or lungs, is the diracl result of checked perspiration. Besides these, we may name diseases of the spine and of the nerves, rheumatism, fever sores; diseases of the chest, such as asthma, tightness of breath, pains, weakness, dispepsia; also constipation of ihe bow els, croop, cutaneous eruptions, and all diseases oi lh akin; in short, nine-tenths uf the diseases in our country, are produced by this one thing checked perspiratinn. If it is not serious at first, it finally settles upon some vital organ, when it is almost certain tu lesult in death, unless it is is moved. The only advantage the A II Healing Ointment has over oilier remedies, lies in the one thing ihe restoration of the Insensible Prespirations When tin- is done, the humors and impurities nev er remain to do injury. This will he seen by con templating Ihe lollowing lacls: 1st. That live-eights of all we receive in the stomach, pas oil thr mh the pores of the skin, in Insensible Frespirntmn. 2d. Tint Ihe skin evacuates more matter than the lungs, kidneys, and bowels, put together, 3d. That the skin discharges more matter in twenty-four hours thati the bowels do in 14 days! ami that by severe exercise, a man will lose three four and even live pounds in one hour. 4th. . That the Creator pierced the human cuti. cle with pores 01 small openings to the almost in credible numiier of 500 million, making this the grand outlet of all the redundant mtter of the body. Dili. That through these pores are constantly exuding the old, rltered and wornout particles of Ihe I1I01 d, the humors uf the body, and the waste of the system. b'ih. That to stop up these pores 24 hours would cause instant death; 7lh. That sudden changes of wea'her and ex posure to cold, close these pores in that part, and hence the long catalogue of diseases over the laud. 81I1. Thai the skin is the medium for evacua ting all the humors of the body, ne see Ihe pro found f dly and a1 s'liduy of resorting to pills, drugs and othei mixtures to cure the great majority uf diseases produced hy checked pre'piiatioli. Kill. That until September, 1814, there was no medicine before the public that had power to re. store the Insensible 1'iespiration, by imparling vi tality and nervou.. energy to the skin. 10th. Tint Mc'Alinlers All-Healing Ointment is that medicine, and w hich, by possessing this power, is effecting more good than ruy live or ten remedies hi this countiy. CA UTION. No Ointment will be genuine un less the names of James M'Alister,& Co. are writ ten with a pen upon every lable. Now we hereby offer a reward of $500 to he paid on the conviction nf any of the Constitu tional Limits nf the United States, of any individ ual cuunterh'iiii 2 our name and Ointment. JAMKS M'Al.ISTKH CO.. I' Smth sheet Ne York. A & S. IlKvtir.v. Ofn-i:i! Airenl-(or Ohio. J. - I!. & .1 H. M-.ui-, Vi,,Mk!,1. A'isliiit'., P'll'ni k ,V Cr. , Cl.iiingtoii. V.'elchjfc At iir-li'ini! . Ih.iIis'. ille, . M Mutton. Caili-le. Win. Mr inili v, P.111 liiittan Point. A. L, (it "ii, Sieini-rviHo. Ans'isl , I S J 7. No. 21. 6ift and Summer Goois. F. KuEllimi. ETT5 ASjiist received at the oil stand, one door Oi south ! the Coiirt-house, a Fresh Stuck of 6l'lii.G Cj SIMMER GOODS. CONSISTING IV PART OF J)HY GOOhS, GROClCliiaS, tylEEXS. . W.Wt:, lUhMVARE, tc.,w. Also a good supply of ready ha.dk clotiiio. All of which he is selling at the Lowest Prieeitai Cash or approved Country Produce , 1 Woodsfield, May 8, 1847. ; n81y , NOTICE is herehy given thai the Commission ers of Monroe county, for the year 1847, le vied a tax for the improvement uf roads and high ways, of fourteen cents on each hundred dollars of valuation of the taxable properly of this county, and an additional tax for same purpose of six cents on each hundred dollars of valuation of Jaxable property in Seneca township, at the instance of the trustees of said township. Said tax may be dis charged by labor 011 the roads, under tht direction of the supervisors of the several districts, at th rate of seventy-five cents per day. ' . , ' J.10.M. KRK6RIDE, Auditor h-e. . ' v Auditor's OUic,- - ,. , ...... . ''1 Wcdi6sld,JuM28,1847.J' ti r. Ha '."... mm , ,. ! Mi'' -Vs. .Vf.' ,. .. , J q q. ?? The Great Specific for Coughs, Asthma, Con sumption, and all other Diseases of the Lungs. Used Br the inhabitants or China roR MORE THAW 2,000 YEARS, AND NOW FIRST INTRODUCED INTO THE U. STATES. Prepared intirely from the root of Ginseng, and warranted to contain no preparation of Anti mony, Mercury, or Opium. Its controlling power over these diseases can be attested by hundreds in this city, who are ready to testify that it has raised them From the brink of the Grave! after they and their friends had long ceased to hope. An agent writes "Your medicine is doing won ders in our neighborhood, as short a time as we have had it. Four of our neighbors, whose certi ficates I send you, date their Life's Salvation to it ! Send on a fresh supply it is fast driving out the old remedies the low price at which you put it Only 50 Cents per Bottle, is a consideration these hard times!" The action of the Ginseng Panacea differs from that uf any other preparation ever before offered for the same class of diseases; instead of quieting the Ih'ouchial irritation hy their soporific propei ties, aud thus rendering the lungs insensible to the irritation of the disease, which is but hastening the Patient to the Tomb!! It Removes the Irritation, by its specific action on the Lungs, and restores the Suffeier to Health!! Have you a Cough J Recollect a cnugh is but Ihe signal of approaching CoiiBiiniplion! Reject in such a case, the Opium mixtures ollered as Specifics, as you would Poison! Ask your Physician He will tell yuu so. Are you dragging out a living death with that worst of maladies, BRONCHITIS? Avoid the Opiate JVbdrvmt.' Tour case cannot be worse than dozens who have been Cured Permanently Cured by this prepa ration! Even though Consumption be preying on your vitals with its servent teeth, THERE IS YET HOPE!! The experience of d zens savs to you, There is MORE THAN HOPE!" " Try the GIN'SKNG. The price at which we put it, places it within the reach of all. Davis &. Winter, Columbus, General Agents for Ohio, to whom all orders should be addressed Fur sale by J. R. & J. H- Morris, Woodsfield J. M. Round, Summertield. Aushotz, Pollock & Co., Clarington. Welch &. Armstrong, Beallville. Wm. McKinley, Powhattan Point. August 14, 1847.-H0. 22. DEMOCRATIC REVIEW C It FAT I. Y UKDUCED PRICE, FROM 5 TO 3 DOLLARS FBR ANNUM- SINGLE COPIES 25 CENTS. Trcspcclus cf Ike 21st Volume. In commencing the 21st Volume uf the Review we have to acknowledge the continuance of a lib eral patronage on the part of the public, and of an enthusiastic response from the Democratic ranks, to those great principles of National Policy, which it is our endeavor to elucidate. We have entered into extensive arrangements for a great variety of novel and interesting mailer, that will add tc the attraction and value of the new volume. Firht, We have engaged fur exclusive publi cation, the "Suuveuiis of the Llle of Gen. ral Count Moulholou," beginning with his first cam paign under General Duiuourer, at the commence ment ol the great t lench Hc-voluliou ol 17!), and closing wilh his lale impnsoiiment with Pii.ice Louis ISapolcoii Bonupaiie at Ham. It will com prise the most extraordinary revelations of thepow eifil epoch he has lived and acted in, that has ever been given to the pubm; disclosing snuular traits ol the private life, &.C., lac, ol all the Sovereigns, Chief Ministers and Marshalls, who moved around the great central luminary, Naooleun. Skcond. We are in tieaty for a remarkable work on England, to he published exclusively in the columns of Ihe "Democratic Review." This in .iv be counted on as foithcomtug. 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The publication of the Review has been com- ' mined to the charge of Mr. Jqhn W. Moore, who has been connected for the last eight years with the publishing department of the "Merchants' Magazine," and whose experience and well known energy will no doubt exert favorable influence on the business, &c., of the Review. All subscriptions and letters of business, will hereafter, be addressed to John W. Moore, Of fice of the Democratic Review, 170 Broadway, THOMAS PRENTICE KETTELL, Editor Democratic Review. feOAU NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the Com missioners of Monree county, at iheir next session in December; praying for an alteration uf so much of the County Road, leading from Sardie to Cald well's, as. TUns through the lauds of George Rutter: beginning for Ihe same at or near the improve ments on Sampson Thistle's land, adjoining the said Rutter, thence the best way through the lands of said Rutter, Shriver, and Bontrager, and inter sect the road at or near Bontrager's line. , ., .. . : August 7, 1847-Dt . , J. W. & J. P. A1ASON ','.- '''A 1 1 0 r 11 ey s ,.' a t L a w; 1 WOO DSFIELP, OritO, .' - t Office one door north of W. F. Hunter's Office. My 8, 184T. - '- . , v The Great JPf eventive Medicme. " THOUGH WRIGHTS 1XDMJV VEGE TABLE PILLS have achieved (triumph upon triumph, in the eureofobstinate cases of dis ease, evu after they had been entirely given up. and after all other remedies ha4 faile I, yet their', Dowerojprenffiion may be justly esteemed their CROWNING GLORYI , t Storms," it is said, "purify the air." but storms t do mischief also, and are so far an evil.,., Were it within hiimsn power to maintain the : ELECTRICAL EQUILIBRIUM - 7 between the earth and air, there-would be now' casion for storms, for the air would always be pure. , So of the human body. If kept free from mori bid humors, the action' is regular and healthy.--'. But if those humors are allowed to accumulate, a crisis, or, in other words, a storm, wilf arise, which i always more or less dangerous. .' WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS, arj equally well calculated to prevent the storm, 1 r to allay it when it comes. But ' "" PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE, besides being cheaper and less troublesome. Tna delay nf a day in the commencement of sickness has often proved fatal, and always renders the case more difficult to manage. ' ' ' ,V Let the sickness be caused by '' ' : CHANGES OF WEATHER, ' ; ': high living, want of exercise,' close confinement functionary derangement, or anything else, tho 1 fT'Ct upon the body is much the same is equally dangerous, snd movable by the same means; ' . HAVE YOU A COLD? Let it not ripen into Consumption.' Are you Dys peptic. ' Beware of the hypochondria. Two Pill taken every other night on an empty stomach, for a short time, will, in nine cases out often, cur the Dyspepsia, and thereby drive away the legion, of "devils blue " For Headache, no medicine ia is superior to WR IGHT'S INDIAN. VEGETA BLE I'U'l'S. Costiveness, that prolific mother of disease, is caused by a torpid state of the liver, which these Pills effectually cures., By striking at the root of disease, Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills prevent all and cure all. . They can hardly ever be taken amiss, if used with common discre tion; and we commend them to the use of those) wjio Inve rmt yet ttied them. ' v ' ' AGENTS- IN MONROE, COUNTY. , J. A. & G. H. Davenport, Woodsfield. Pi lenhnrn &, Renninghaua, Lewisville. , . ' Welsh & Thompson, Beallsville.' J. R. & J. Morris, Antiocfi. , , Charles Hare, Summertield. (tg-OHice devoted exclusively' to the sale of Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, whole sale and retail, 169 Race street, Philadelphia; 288 Greenwich street, New York; and 198 Treinoat street, Boston. , ... NEW AND SUCCESSFUL Trcntmeut of I on sumption. Coughs, Colds, Pains in the Side and Chest Shortness of Breath, Rising of B.ood, Asthma, Whuof ing Cough, and all Breatt and Lung ' ' Affections. Dr. EASTMAN'S CONCENTRATED l'alsani of M ild Cherry Used internally, and the free use of his E M-, BROCATlON externally over the whole re gion of the chest and side, have afiecled remarkable cures. 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 patents, that an thing more could be done for her with any prospect of success. She was much' reduced unable te raise from the bed, incessant cough, raising, as was judged, a pint of matter daily, k. accompanied with Hectic Fever, and Night. Sweats. In .this condi tion she commenced using Eastman's Balsam of Cherry , and bathing the side with his Embrocation which soou arrested the disease,- and in 8 months was fully restored, and although two years since, 110 symptons of her complaints have returned. , We the undersigned can bear witness to the cer rectness ol the above statement. : J. Miser, John Balthit, Amos Leiiure, M. Smith. Putnam, Ohio, July 30, MS. - - 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 eare of a number of physicians, but still continued to de cline, wilh a severe ceugh, pain in the side, and all the usual symptoms of Consumption. A I tho his case was considered hopeless, 6 bottles of East man's Balsam of Cherry aud Embrocation cured him perfectly. . . .. A cough, pain in the side and breast, with a short ness of breath, and weakness ensued.. Unable tt find reliel by Ihe ordinary treatment she reserted to Eastman's Cherry and Embrocation by which she was cured in a short time. Mary Ann Carlow of Winchester, bad been for years allhcled with Asthma, and at times so sever that tor months she was unable to lie down. Four bottles of Eastman's Balsam of Cherry made perfect curt. Richard Lane of Springfield, aged twenty-five, was for some years troubled with a hard dry tough pain in the side. Last spring a heuio rhag of the lungs occurred, which was repealed two or three times every week with an increase of all the ether symptoms denoting Consumption. By ihe use of 6 buttles of Eastman's Cherry and bathing th chest and sides with the Embrocation be was res tored to sound health which he had beeu deprived of for six years. Susannah Wiles, from an unlimc-ly 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 er diuary 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 elficacy of East man's Concentrated Balsam of Wild Cherry and the great utility of his Embrocation in all affection of the chest aud lungs. ETMAN'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. , The following Family Medicines prepared for Specific diseased have been long; in use and have proved signally successful and sre with confidence ic-cciuiiiended to the public. For a full descrip tion and testimonials, see Eastroin's Medical Di rectory, which is for gratuitous distribution at th store of the Agent. All the lollowing Medicines bear the name or the proprietor, whose written signature it attached to each package as a caution against counterfeits. Ziinesville.Uct. ISW. H. EASTMAN. WORM 'I EA. A pleasant remedy that mar be relied upon for expelling Worms from the sys tem. It is (he cheape-t, as well as the best reniedv only twelve mid a half cents. . SffcXTFICEMKROOATlON. The most nw- ful medicine in the wot Id a sure remedy fur Rheu matism, all sealed and local p ins. Ague in th face or breasts. Tooth Ache, Weak nr lame Back, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Froaled It et, Chil blains, Numl. in ss, Conn .med Cuds. Tic Ikilornix and all other p liuful auectiuns. Wbalreudci sit still mure valuable is the fact that it is the best known remedy (or all injuries to the hor.e such as strains. sprains, galls, scratch-, iw iney. ic. SUGAR COATED CATHARTIC PILL8. ' Most petsoni are awsreof the advantage end impor tance ot a good Anti-Bilious Physic, as their timelv 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 all cases of fevers, bilious attacks, tc otherdiseases arising fiom foul stomach or derange-' ment of the Liver. (See bills for full instructions.) RHEUMATIC DROPS. Which in connec tion wilh the Embrocation is a sure remedy for1 Rheumatism. For sale at the Proprietors' Drug Store. Main street, Zanesville, Ohio. ' ' . t v ' EA8TMAN 4. BIGELOWV- And by F. KOEHLER , Woadslicld, O. " ' ' JAMES B. MORRIS, ATT RUBY AT fc'AwV' u