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Written for the Spirit of Democracy. "THE DUEtlST. -, ' ti SI J. 1. -lere tie-eat pon that lofty roct! h igh-pitohed and preeminent seat, !Hie hands firmly clenched,yes motionless, With swift rolling streams beneafh his feet. "ThuwVnhvra rustled amonethe forest leaves ;Tbe! bright .moonbeams danced upon ,the svi t fwaves; .. i-t v . Th. stars clearly sung their vesper hymns, '"While the frog and cricket joined in praise. There he sat! to his folly captive, j' . ' With quivering lip and aching heart, 1 ,,Tbe monument of his own iniquity; Forced from home and friends dear to part. iThere he satl with bloody murder stained, Pale-faced conscience gnawing at his heart, 'It's scorpion stings piercing his soul, v Kevomng rjuicK ms vue, wiceu pan. , ' With black inward anguish torturing, ,; .f'Wretph. monster, villian, where shall I I'.'tr' .'flee,!." "" ; ' .tl ., - j He broke forth in accents of despair, 'Writhing in wild, untamed agony; ; V Whither flee from the hand of justice, This hell of horrors I coldly stare, r Which drowns my spirit, ohokes my senses, 'And steeps my soul in dark keen despair. Cursed hand that shed its brother's blood, Cursed, loo, that inauspicious day; ' It stains i my soul in dye so deep, j , Rains of Heaven cannot wash away. t Oh, Earth, now ope thy ponderous jaws, And with a vigorous arm take me in; God's swift-winged thunderbolts of Heaven Stike, oh strike out this torturing sin. 6h, for a volcano's cooling flames To damp these hotter flames of my mind, Waft my spirit on waves of anguish, That 1 some partial respite may find. Though I firmly close these languid eyes, Pale-murder stalks proudly before me, Burning darts make (urious assault, Great God! Eternal Judge, defend me!" This said he leaped from his lofty seat, And plunged into the deep, dark, blue wave : The forest echoed a dismal scream I As he quickly gained his watery grave. His body heavily sunk from view, And the cold waters covered it o'er, That once so manly and blooming form Sunk in the waters to rise no more. ' ; "Ilife's philosophy. Some seek fame, some a name, : And some for gold contend. i Ask no wealth, ask but hoalth, : r: With virtue as your friend. !' Envy not ape ye not 1 The lordling nor his slave; ; , ; Life's but lent time misspent J;," la borrowed from the grave. .. ft '-, CIRCULATING MEDIUM. ;.: The only notes that premium bear Are throw of Jenny Lind. a They're drawn upon the bank of Air, 1 : ' And countersigned by Wind; l They circulate where listening ears ' ; Of greatest length are lounu, b Of failure there can be no fears, 5 i ; They're "nothing else" but sound. ' ; Apprenticeship. 'Vtr. Lot. UaA a four thnitrrlits on this 9 liaiu i- ,w " o subject; which we have for some time had a. desire to bring to the notice of parents who have children to be sent to a trade, and young lads who are about to enter an apprenticeship. It has become exceed ingly common in these days, when parents are about to send their children to a trade for a number of years, as if first in order, and of first importance for how short a time will you take the boy and how much will you give him per annum? The quesr tion as to how much will he be taught, is scarcely thought of.' Another evil of still greater magnitude is that after an appren tice has been one or two years at a trade, and learns to perform one or two parts of it with considerable efficiency, finding that he can get a little higher wages by going into a new shop he is encouraged to do so.'' The new employer, not having (o learn the boy these particular branches, can of course pay. a higher price; while the first employer has lost on the appren tice; by his leaving just as he had become Useful. But this. is a small part of the evil. . The apprentice himself is the great est loser.. The employer's loss is a tem porary one but the loss to the apprentice is a loss for life. He will never afterwards become ft thorough ' workman in his line of business. , .'''!'-' " Let us look at this.' . The apprentice has learned tcf do rapidly one or two things. He enters a new shop, and demands high er wages pn that ground. The new em ployer takes him not to learn a trade but to use him in the most profitable manner. I1J Til . A HH . '. a !M 1 'mi n i n r. Kim noil) XIO Will VJM911U lit. lime ill teaming Mini ui?t branches, or he knows that in a year or so the apprentice will be off. The con - sequence, is that when the apprentice has arrived at the age of freedom, as it is term ed, he has learned but half or one fourth nart of the trade. He is forever1 disquali fied from carrying on business for himself 0r any body else. ' He is nice a cripple With one Mm. or one eye, or one leg. v He Can never command full wages as a jour neyman, but will always pass as a second or a third rate workman. ). I Vfe have been led to these remarks, particularly at this time, from the difficulty pt .obtaining a thorough well trained print t,' Wewere credibly informed while in Albany a few days since, that there were at least Jwenty printers out of employ a great abate of the time; while the same individual informed us that he had been. trying for three months past to obtain the services of a thorough . workman'1 We taow'this 'to he the case too?; in other branches, of business. itt' ) !i!t at . Let parents md apprentices consider these remarks. ' A trade; rlo matter what the tnAa.ftitM fs :ortun.';'With1t, e Is indepeinflen, witliout it or .with, only -' naif of a trade, he is but littte better than - mmtaa ,, - ,n THE SPIRIT OF 'DEMOCRACY. PUBLISHED EVERY; WEDNESDAY, 1 n i ,y! TEEMS OF.SUBSCBimON:. l,, . . , One dollar and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance; otherwise two dollars will le requir ed. Marketable produce will be taken hi payment. No paper will be discontinued, except at theop tion of (he editor, until all .arreara are pid.; All letteri and corpinuniciliom aent by rnail roust te post-paid.'"-" t., ! .,, t . ., ' Job! PKIHX1N8' . . ..(.. Eiecuted with neatness and dispatch at this Office, and at reasonable prices. .-, ' -.'ft in TEltMS OF advertising: j (' -J . " ' ' ,. II For i 3 wka. 3 mm. 6 mos 9 mos. 1 year. TsTjuare. $ l7 f2 iS; j) 4.: g5 ! 2 squares, 2 & C column. . 6 .. 7. ti. 4 column, 6. 7. 10- ! i column, 8. 10. 16 20. 25 . 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The courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing and leav- iug them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of j intentional fraud. WM. F. HUNTER. ARCHIBALD ROSS. Hunter & Koss, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, WOODSFIELD, MONROE COUNTY, O. . nn. All himiiieae enlnijtecl to either W. P. Hun 1-1 ter, or Hunter & Ross, will receive prompt atten-1 tion, as Mr. Koss will allenu 10 tne Dusinewuur.i.g , the absence of Mr. Hunter. Edward Archbold, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Office on Main Slieel. WaoibfieM, a most extensive collection of new and valua ble books in addition to his former Library. Woodsfield. May 12. 1849. William If. Johnston, 5 FORWARDING & COMMISSION MER CHANT, AND DEALER IN PRODUCE anil Pittsburgh Manufactures, No. 112 Second Street, near Wood, Pittsburgh, Pa. Liberal cash advances made on consignments of Flour and other Prsduce. D0V Dr. Alfred 13. Yoho, Resoecfully tenders his ptofesslonal services to the citizens of Malaga and the surrounding neigh borhond. His office is m the room lormerly occu pied by Dr. Davis, where he may be lound al at times.except when absent on professional business July 7, 1849. WM. C. WALTON, Attorney at Law, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. Offers his Drolessional services t hii numerous friends and the public generally. Office opposite saw. rvo man regrets purchasing this (.ununeni, rje .u. n..... u ... Won,i.KM fl. ' cause he feels he will be benefitted and not do- ' ' ' " Sign of the Big Red Boot. Boots Shoes. THE Subscriber has just received a Large and Well-selected Assuitmeut of Eastern made Boots and Shoes, which he is determined to sell on the most reason able terms. ... ' ..u He is also prepared to furnish customers with Country-work of every Variety, on like good terms. Please call and see his stock. Approved country produce taken in payment. - C. DiEHL. Woodsfield, Oct. 9, 1850. " aJ3 TEPHEN "tOWNSEND'S ESTATE. 53 The undersigned has been appointed Admiins tratorof the estate of Stephen Townsend, late ol Monroe Ccunty, Ohio, deceased. All persons havinir claims aeainst the estate are hereby noti fied to present them legally authenlicausd for set tlement, and all persons indebted to said estate aie reauested to make immediate payment. : Nov. 6. 1850. ELIHU 'I IPTON, Ad m'r. ISAAC YOIIO'S ESTATE. At October term, 1850, of the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, the undersigned was ap. pointed and qualified as administrate e bonisnon of the estate of Isaac Yoho, late ol said county , de-ceased.-. All persons indebted lo said estate will make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them within one year, nov. 27. JOHN VV. OKEY, Adm'r. , TALLANT fc DELAPLAIN, ! WHOLESALE DRY GOODS DEALERS, MONROE STRUET, WHEELING, VA. XT ' . . 1 n n f . r ,,m rflmiu. mal a r, 'u fra.la r-To :.-; the subjcriueis are getting up tueir atoc iui superior advantages for their customers, in point of variety and quality to any they have yet offered i a ... for sa e Being the tiltn year mat we nave pros- ecuted this business, we feel that we have had : ...i rnui.i. r. amine opportunity tu uiiioiai.M i.m w. .h. .unJ. nf rt..ntrv Merchant.. For instance, we have adopted as a rule, (he policy of keeping the best make of any article suited to the season, which we nffer. Thus tho many complaints made aguinst "fa .ing prims." tngetl.er-with (he great improvement made in piintiug last colored Piiuts, have fully determined us tp discard the former, snd always to keep up a complete variety of Satu Colored Goods, which we will wariant always to give satisfaction lo the consumer. : Tba same observations will apply lo all printed goods, and we pledge ourselves to exercise equal car in as lecting such goods as Cloths, Cassimeres Vsstings, Satinelts, Tweeds, and all kinds of Woolens, also in Alpacas, Cashmeres, Delaines, , Merinos, Flannels, tic. fcc. : ,' In short, (appealing to our old customers far confirmation ol our promises.) w pledge ourselves by adhering to the plan of selling good articles si a short profit (for good pay) and by keeping aa ample and well assorted Stock of goods suited le Ihe season to serve all good customers with satis faction. ( . f : One of our firm remains So the market, during the season for buying, and, we are bringing out such a stock as will insure to us the most extee sive season's trade we have ever transacted. , leet . ... , TALLANT fcDELA PLAIN. ARNING.-Notice is hereby given to all persons not to trade for a note of hand giv en by me to James' Bur ley, for; the sum of thirty five dollar and fifty-two cents, witb interest from date, and dirted the 8d du of August, 1844, and due fourteen month after date, as said' note was obtained-by fraud,' and I trill not pay' it unless Compelled by law. t I " ' JOHN SIGLARv Ne. SO, 1850. S - LandJfor Sale. I The subscriber Ills 'for sale an excellent tract of land, situate on Little FiihinR Creek; Wetzel county, Virginia,' ronuining 600 acres', upwards f 60 acres. of which is cleared and under cultiva tion. ' There .is also on said tract an oichard of the very best selection ul fruit trees, which are now bearing, i It also affords a nurnber of excellent springs) and lying as it doea within some 7 or 8 miles of the Ohio river and the county seat of said county of Welzel, it is one of the most desirable locations in the county, both as a graiu growing and slock (arm. t , -it '"" "'. : i - For particulars inquire of Jeremiah Williams living on Little Fishing Creek, above said tract. . Aug. 21,1850.?,', EVAN O WILLIAMS. McAlister's All Healing Ointment- 1 . I ! ! THE action which ihis ointment has upon the human cuti cle, " demonstrates i's grand efficacy and tiAnlinar nnivpr It Is the firkt and only dis- a covery of au external txsr . ii... KB. that has power to restore the Msensiie Fertpira i . lion." The skin being the medium through which the blood diivcs oft u,,8top the pores, and pU'Oit the humors to pass out. and a these diseases vanisn ai once. n . .... -. " .. . im.!. M'Alister's All Healing. Ointment effects. For instance, in sick and nervous headache, this Ointment is a sovereign lemedy. It has cured cases of five, seven and ten years standing, some of fifteen and twenty ycais, and one caae of FORTY YEARS standing. It is be yond all peradventure the best remedy for head- (Cle jn (he world Ear-ache, deafness and dizziness cured with equal enccess. t - . Take again the Quinsy Sore Throat. One night's application is frequently sufficient to cure this complaint. But in 110 case will it fail. W challenge the world on this point. Mcumatitm In all cases of swelled limbs, coutractcd cords, pains and violent inflammation, tiieie is no remedy so good, we don't care what it - , ; . .1.;.. . !s' t0 be follnd a ce, iain remedy for rheumatism. is. or where it comes irom. Herein mis uunmrai Let the (uHe,er oo(E l0 ,t. - Asthma, oppression of breathing, he In no class ol difficulties does the ointment give greater satisfaction.. The heavy load upon the heart, and difficult respiration, it removes almost in a day. Wonderful, Wonderful, is the virtue, the untold power and goodness of the all healing ointment. In Hemorrnmus. or pnes, we nave uecn ro-; peatedly told that it was the only article ever j mide that would cure all coses of piles. And we ar ready to believe it. The Erysipe Ins and Salt Rheum are overcome without the ler (difficulty. hviet complaint vie have cured of twenty years standing, and we hesitate not to say that it is one of the best remedies known. Persons would be aonished to witness its effect. Besides all the above diseases, it is a sovereign remedy for all eruptions of the skin, sores, pus tules, blotches, 4c.,-rendering the face smooth and for ever free from blemish. In all cases of inflammations, swellings, cuts, bruises, and poi- sonous wounds, It is a noble remedy. Aiui as jor burns, l.iere .s not its equal in me lanu. .. ' pain, and remove the fire and inflammation, there in nn rnmnunnd in existence of such value. Be sides, it heals the place without leaving the slightest maik behind. Equally valuable is it for old ulcer sores and especially Sore Eyes, Scald head, and diseases of the Spine, and of the nerves; lo .w.ll.d r Ocro BrcaBU), and Female com plaints. It is also a sovereign remedy for Ague in the lace, auoiunurnza. it is iruiy oneoi mess' , fest and most valuable medicines Ihe world eyer ceived. Good always comes from its use.' Let the people then seek this medicine and abide by 1 it, for it never deceived anybody yet, and we be lieve never will. Grand Depot 141 Fulton St. ' . r - JAMES M'ALISTER. A.& S. Hendry, 'Ashtabula, General Agents for Ohio. ALSO by E. M. Morbi6, Woodsheld, Morr.13 ft. Mitchfi.l, Antioch. Pollock Carter, & Co CUrington. Wm. Stkel, Stafford, ' John M. Rowand, Summerfield, ' J E. & C. A Bovd, Carlisle. " - Hangs ft Pancoast, Jamestown,. Talbot & Wermick, Malaga, ' John Koontz, do Isaac Welsh, Beallrvllle. W. &J. Myers, New Castle. - Peter Dorr, Miltnnsburg. ' ' . : Mills, Iamb & Dana, Marietta. .. . , E. G. Morgan, St. Clairsville. ... Israel .Greene, McConnellsville Nov. 6, 1850.-4m DR. ROGEnS' COBilPOUND SYBOT ; - , ., i. t OF ..... ... . Liverw6rt and Tar. THE HISTORY, OF THIS MEDICINE .. is briefly told.' It is prepared mostly from a Re cipe futnihed by the late dislinguished Professor Rogers, after many yeara of investigation and research, and is the one employed by him in his own practice, and that occasioned his unparallel led success in curing all complaints ul the Throat snd Lungs. For four years past, the proprietors have been putting up Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrup of Livertoort and Tar, in Cincinnati, Ohio. From this point, it has been distributed Ticmivilv over all the western and south west ern states. ' Hende the reason why so many of j our Certificates are dated at Cincinnati, where the medicine is best known, and has been most fully tested. The first year, its sales amounted only to about 4,uuu ootties; out suuii . ?t.i..- tl.. eamnUints lor : itMi.oi....B - - - . r - I which it is recommenoeu, inai it soon auircu an iiK7W popularUy, and the present year its ...1 nidi a vnaail VSII 111 II I hfl 1 1 lwl . .... ." ...-.. .., , . , i Nor is the demand for it confined to the west- . prn aii.tpa. Its renutatinn is spreadina over the -. whole Uuion..;:Althoiigh It has never been adver iiae1 at all.. or even offeied for sale in JNew bng- land, the proprietors have this-day recelvea an oiuer bom.par.gur.inc. .,...--,;.., recei ved . one from Lowell, 1 PVmvra. "N.t Yr and another from Columbus, Geo 7. And j f. because the demand for this med, ?!f.?: ti J! . .t... .h. ro.,ria!ora it,. c Tf M, Ibaftbey have !.. ...;.(. .rranaementafor man- una ontnred into extensive arraneementsfor man. ufacturing the article in this city, deeming il their solemn and imperious duty to put within the reach of every mt ber ol community, i"eur cine which will hot only break up the most dis tressing Cough in a few hours' time, hut which will really and radically cure the incipient stage of Consumption.,; J' - , ..,, -( ; a physiciAn's testimony;,;1; .! letter 'from h. r. wilson ' "' J pulmonary Consumption Cured. (JO- Pi. JVilaot Is a regular graduate of the Old School, and a practitioner of high standing, well known throughout the whole state of Ohio. He was the Rev. H. Wiseman's family physician for 13 years. .$ g r " .t HEAR WHAT HE SATS, a.u. ii Patriot', Galli Co. Ohio, Sept. 1, 1850. rx-Dr' Rogers' liverwort and Tr.' This medicine has recently come under my observe lion, hot oeciuse'I sought for it, but merely by accident, vtef,.in j;he 'case of Ihe lady of the Rey, H. Wisemah, wlie family physician I have been for twervejteara.uruig Ihe whole of, wllich time Mrs. Wiseman ha been in feeble heaUh, and kin der medical treatment, the main difficulty In her case being Weak and diseased Lungs! ,Her cough gradually grew worse, and early' in the iprmf of 1845, her situation became alarming. : I attended her carefully, and emnloved all the known reme dies oi Therapeutics, which only give partial re lief, i Mrs. Wiseman had become: emaciated aim worn down, all the symptoms of pulmonary con sumption appearing present. .1 was compelled at this period tq leave on business, ana mr. vv woman wished me, to obtain a bottle of the Balsam of Wild Cherry, thinking it might palliate her symp toms dmingmy absence. But wheu in Gallipolis. belore I had fulfillrd my commission, I accident ally cast my eye upon a notice of Dr, Rogers' Liverwort and Tar, and it occurred to me that if any medicino would secure the object proposed, this would do it 1 bought a bottle, and sent it to the lady, and after seveial days' absence, to my asionisbmeut, she declared' herself almost well. In this case, it really acted like a charm. I have no doubt of its virtues, and would cheerfully re commend it to persons suffering with diseased Lungs. , Yours, ,., H. R. WILSON. M. D. For agents names see advertisement of McAlis ter's All-Healing Ointment. In all Christianized and clrlliied countrl". ku tiwdi lrer proportion of deaths thin any other mnUdv that at Men the human family ; and, uutil within a lew jnn. than has not been any certain rmudy to Hop tbt davutakoa m the destroyer. But now BRANT'S INDIAN PD Cum very many of the mnrt ttrmtgly marked and deTeloaW cites of Pulmonary Contumpthnt sal, unAoutud cum ef Hktrattd and diaaud iJAG-such kofilai cues u ware never belore cured by any other medicine. 80 lUUrly asm tut were some of the tftiicted porioni u to he been pro nounced by phyticiimi and friends to be ictuaj.lt Dtme. Soma, who bad their burial-clothe, made, have been eursd, snd yet lire others, who It wu said would not lite anotkar day, are now w well and hearty u they arer were. It potaewea all the cleansing; and purifying virtues nearly u nowerful and actire u the preparation which we call ddamt' ikiniAM PURIFVINQ EXTRACT. 1 This differs from that, because thU possesses anuraJ altar Mtiictliont which are yjciiUorly adaj)l to; and are ewiiuiat , iy neauary, to cure , Coughs and Consumption, . and all diseases of a pulmonary nature such diseases as tally prove so fatal under ordinary treatment, wnea attack the Breast, Throat, Lungs, and Heart. This BALSAM heals and mm Iters in 11 Lungs, 1 else where inurnally, ai ern and easily u the Ppewr i- ...... 1.1. 1. li.ra mrixrnallv. Thta Bat This Bat i sain cures nine caacs of Cough and Consumplwi out of tm, after all other retaedies hate jauea u at gooa. Thousands of Consumptions and Chronic Coughs, abundantly prove Its unfailing ejeam in audi dlaenaei, and iti undoubted curative power, aad southing healing properties, in the following complaints aad disease i, vlr. t Spitting of Blood, Bleeding at Ihe Lunge, Pan in Ihe Brtaet and Side, NigkrSmate, Ncrvoue ComplamU, Pal pitation of the Heart, Cholera Infantum, VyeenUry and Sum mer Complaint! in Children and AduUt, Aethma, and ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES AND COMPLAINTS. No remedy that has been offered to the public has ever been half at certain and effectual la correcting ALL the Inet dental veakneteet and trregularitia of the female sea, as BRANTS PULMONARY BALSAM. It makes no dinar once whether the derangement be eunpreeeton, treat, of other incidental veakncttW reguhlee ALU by etrenglatar inr the system, eqnaliting the cireuUliote. and toothing tat aUaying NERVOUS IBlUTABlUTy. See our PampUem for vroof CONSUMPTION. A Dying Woman Cured ! We state this cure to prove the vomr to mm lift, when an h.u ! itapd. nven after the Derson is constaVaa by phyalcian and friends to be in the lot etngte of diieaae -actually dytn- and, in this caae, to far iont that tho thrtud and burial dolhet were bought. For the particular! it this case, and the reepectabU and undoubted proof of all the clrcumatances and facta, we refer to our PAMPHLETS This cure waa effected on Mrs. ZIBA DYKKMAN. of Balle ton Spa, Saratoga Co., JV. . Wo can prove, beyond a doakv SM7t y others aUnoaf equally as hopeleaa. and utnumerabie eaaas of Cought and Coneumptiont CURED, which were pie nonncad incurable by.akilful pJ.yfcfoTi.. LIVER COMPLAINT. ee Ihe cure of Dr. Hubbard, of Stamford, Ct, and otkara. ' ' DyspepBia J " See the cure or T. S. Wilcox, merchant, of Attica, Wjooalai Co., N. Y., and many more, to our Pamphlets. Dysentery and Summer Complaint In Children and AduUt are ahy cured. fTeakly Childrtm will become Jtcaiy: healthy, and hearty, and grow rapidly, ay the use of this BALSAM. . '- No mother need ever mourn the death of her child by Cholera Iiiffiiilu in, while tecllilng, if BRANTSPVL MOtiARI BALSAM be adminlitered. It should be, fiH auch cases, given in larger than the ordinary doses. m W. DYOTT & SONS, 132 North Seeend JL est, ., Philadelphia. Pa., are Wholesale Agents for BatNT S Indian Medicines. FOR SALE BY : J. H. Morris, Woodsfield; , Mitchell & Morris, Antioch; Wm. Steel, Stafford; J. H. Patterson, St. Clairsville; H. H. Mott, Barnesville; M P. Milks it. Son, Somerton; 1 VV. McDonald & Co., Cambridge; ' Israel Gbeen, McCounellsvifle; .; W. B. Thomas &Co .)M . .... . .; , E. B. Perrins. i Marietta, ..... And by agents In nearly every town in the State. Ail letters and orders must be addressed to Wal lace tt Co., 106 Broadway, New York. n47 . , AGENCY OF DR. FITCH'S Celebrated M6dicines. Pulmonary Balsam, ' Depurali ve Syrup, Pectoral Expectorant, Heart Coirector. Pulmonary Liniment, Humor Corrector, rure ano ivteuicinai iou.ijiver uii,. i An(-Uyspep(ic Mixture, Cough & Cathartic Pills, Nervine, ... Female Pills, , ..: yermifuge, Female Specific, fcc is. Used by him constantly and with . unprecedent ed success in the treatment of ... . ' Colds, Coughs, Consumption, Asthma, Heart Dis eases, uyspepsia, iscroiuia, osin- juiseaees, , , Rheumatism, Female Complaints, ; "" ' ., Piles, &c. fro. .... " ,,, , Dr Fitch's unequalleed Patent Silver Plated Ab dominal Supporters. . Dr Fitch's Improved . . Plated Steel Spring Shoulder Brace. 1 Dr Fitch's Silver Inhaling Tuba. ; DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATEb fi tECTUREI ON THE PREVENTION AND CURE OF ' Consumption, Asthma, Diseases uf lheHeart.lt.., and on tne metnou or preserving neaiw and Beauty to an old age , . n . . .. . - , , . ...... i. . .. : ii.i ' Consumpuveii points out tne amy reasonaoic nope I for telief. To mothers, the direction, t gives for '. ihe care and education of children are invaluable. 78,000 copies ol lh Dnok the press, and the sale conlii have passed through press, and the sale continues unseated. For sale by S. S. FITCH &, CO., 707 Bi dad- way, JVew York; and by J. . O. FLEMING, Woodsfield, . -,- , is? (.,. i,-,.' ftrt-DR. Fitch' Guide to Invalids, or Di rections to persons using Dr. Filch' Remedies, le be had, grafts, o I all his Agents... may 29 ly nROllATt: NOTICE.-Notlce is hereby JL given to an persons interested, mat setue ment accounts have been filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas withiu and for the county of Monroe and Slate of Ohio, by the administiators and guardians of the estates of the follow itr named persons, to wit: William Hall's Administrator:.1 " ' William Slraitbury's Administrator'.'' ' ..'I Eh Dent's Administrator. - I .It -"John Honnel's Administrator. , Louisa ClelheroV Administrator. ' Elizabeth Anderson's Guardian. t. -William Caple's Administrator. ,"(" v 4 i" a "'.Mitchell W. McCoy's Administrator. ... , V Tfiat the said accounts , are how uu file fn said office. Subiecl to the Inspection of all persons in terested; and are continued until the April term of saia court, ipua. aur uuai wihciudiii i .vvmui,. mation., : ; . U ? ' , 'tf. OKEY; Cietk; WE daily hear ef the most astonishing cure being effected by that greatand popular medicine, the genuine , o fcv ... H- O. FARRELL'S ' ' -S ARABIAN LINIMENT, " 1 The greatest remedy ever discovered for almost all complaints requiiing an external application, either in man or beast. Jn the short length o! time it has been Introduced to the people of ti e United States, it has gained a reputation unequaled by any other medicine in the known world; Why is it? The ans.ver is plain, because no medicine of the kind has ever been put before the public so deserving of; the rich laurels it . has acquired; and it will continue to gain friends as long as it perfoims the most extraordinary cures of various descriptions, after the doctors and all other reme dies had failed. We do not only say that the gen uine H G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment ean and Hurt nprfnrm cures which no other medicine ean do, but you have here certificates of what it Aas. tune. . v.i '-. ' : 1 . 1 . ! i. Thadeus Smith, of Mudd Creek. Tazewell co. ; Ills. says. "I had lost the use of my arm for more I than a year, by palzy or paralysis; the flesh had 1 entirely withered away, leaving nothing but skin, 1 muscle and bone. I tried all the best doctors and ' all the remedies I could hear of, but they did no rood. I then commenced the use of H. G. t ar reli's Arabiau Liniment, and a few bottles entirely cured me. and mv arm is now as strong and fleshy as the other. It is also first-rate fur burns, sprains and bruizes, i j . ' Mv daughter, when 6 months old, was taken with a swelling in the tonsils, which grew larger! and larger, till when 6 yean old she had great diffi- culty in swallowing her food. Every night, watch was kept, fearing she would suffocate. The best doctors attended her, but could give no relief. 1 1 took her to the most eminent doctors in the East; . they said there was no help for her but lo outgrow I It.. With sad heart I returned home with her, I when she become so much woise mat tne uoctors had to be railed in again; they decided the tonsils must be cut off, as the only means of giving re lief. My wife would not consent to this, and she determined to try your liniment, wnicn gave re liel (he very first application, and by a cuntinued use she entirely recovered. She is now 10 years 0Ji and fleshy and healthy as could be desired, your liniment is also the best in use for sprains, bruizes, cuts, burns, headache, etc.; and it wiil re- mnve ,he mnst geVere pain in a few minutes. It also cured caked udder in my cow in a lew naya, GEORGE FORU. Peoria, March 20, 1849. The celebrated DOCTOR JAYNE, whose rep-; utation as a benefactor to mankind extends over : (he whole world, reports that a lady of one of the first lamilies in Philadelphia had been conlineu to her bed fourteen tears with Rheumatism, and wa cured by H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment. He also says: "Your liniment is going- rapidly; send me a supply immediately by Leechs's last line." Mr. H. O. Farrell: Your Arabian Liniment is the greatest medicine for horse flesh in the world. I had a mare about to foal, when ahe became so helpless that she could not rise from the ground: she was in this way for several days, when with 7 others 1 succeeded in raising her up, wnicn was (he only way it could be done, when I commenced the use of your excellent liniment, rubbed in well over the loins, and astonishing as it may appear, before I ustd up a bottle of the dollar, size, she was able lo get up and walk hersell. 1 would not have given ten dollars for her before, and many advised me to shoot tier to put ner out ui misery, she is now one of my best mares. I suppose it was a strain in the loins. , G. W. HUNT. Peoria, III. July 2, 1849. LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS! As they are in circulation. The true and only genuine H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment always reads with Ihe H. G. his initials, before Fan ell's, thus, "H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment,-" and his signature is also on the label of the bottle, and these words are blown in the glass bottle, "H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, Peoria." Do not touch any other, and look well before you purchase, or you will get imposed upon. Manufacdired only by H. G. Farrell, sole in venlor and proprietor, and wholesale druggiat, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, III., to whom all commu nications must be addressed. October Beware of a spurious preperation called W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, which is s base counterfeit, and has just made its appearance." The genuine article for sale by ' J. G. FLEMING, Woodsfield. Thomas Freeman, P. M-, Antioch. R. S. Anderson, P. M., Cochran's Landing, Thos. Weston, P.M., Sunfish. Eliel Headly, Jamestown- Bosworth, VVellsIi Co., Marietta. STATE OF OH'O, MONROE COUNTY, ss. T, ) In the Court oi Common Henry Karngan pjeM . ; va- , . J In Chancery. Charles D.McCallion, Michael McCallion, Wil liam McCallion, Mary McCallion, Daniel Mc Callion, Nsnry McCallion and her husband, whose name is unknown; Alice Rodgers and John Rodgers her husband, John Craig. Rich ard J. Clark and Samuel Craig, partners trading under the firm and style of Craig, Clark & Co.; Levi Wilson, James Kirkpatrick, and McCurdy k. Caldwell. . : 1 1 '.". .- Notice is hereby given to the absent defend ants in Hits case, who reside out ot tne state oi Ohio, that the said complainant, on tho Slst day of October, A. D I860, filed his bill in chancery, in Said court, setting forth in substance, that about the 1st of April, 1845, the said complainant pur Chased of the said defendant, Charles D McCal lion, Lot No. 21, in the town of Carlisle, in said county of Monroe, that he went into possession of said lot in pursuance of said purchase, has paid part of the purchase money, and is ready to pay the balance; that he has made valuable lm provemems on said lot, hut that the said Charles D. McCallion neglects and refuses lo convey (he ssid lot to complainant, and hi' sold Ihe same (o James McCallion, who is since deceased, and that the legal litle to said lot has descended in his heirs, and. that the abort deferdanls who' claim to be judgment creditors of said Charles D. McCallion, are seeking oy out in in is court to sen sam nn am the property of said Charles D. McCallion. Said bill preys the writ of subpoena, answer of defend ants, decree of specific performance 'o( Said eon tract, and an injunction to stay Ihe proceedings of said defendants, claiming lo be judgment-creditors. ; All said defendant are therefore notified, that unless they appear, plead, answer or demur lo said bill within sixty day after ihe rising of the next term of said court for said county,, that at the term following, the said complainant will take said bill as confessed, and ssk a decree according lo the prayer of, the same. i ' " ' ' . ,;, ... i wm.'C.'WALTon;" t Nov., 20, A. D. 1860.-Mr i. Sol.forComp't. I Willi am C. Walton, ) A TTA C H MENT vs., A NOTICE.-No. John S. Dilworth fc Co. S lice is hereby given to all persons interested, that on the 2d day of November, A. D. 1B6U, the said William u. Wal ton sued out of the court of common pleas with in and for the county , of Monroe, and state of Ohio, a writ ;f; attachment. : against ihe lands, tenements, goods, chattels rights, credits, mo neys end effects of the said John S. -.Dilworth & Co., absent defendants, in an action of assumpsit, demanding therein : the sum of damages, which said 'writ was afterwards, at the October term of said court,' A. D: 1850, returned served. ' Attest,'" " WM. OKEY, Cl'k M. C. P. Ko.M,-'186.''' Vi "'- . , .-ill . i llilil Viii.aaVi AT my instance, an attachment was this, day issued by Henry Mason, a Justice, ,ol the Peace of Centre township, Monroe county, Ohio, against the property of Asbury Gardner,, anon- resident oi mouroe county., aaicu ytw iwoii.y1 third dh of November, H50. '.; " Nov- 27, 1850. . NATHAN H0LLISTER.. -.l W.T. SINCLAIR Havinc returned 1 W to Woodsfield, oflers his professional servi ces to tbi citizens of Ihe town end vicinity. . ' OAee ia the reeei there H. Holland ' Store. Bank'teblei'-;-; .'; Coneeted weekly for ih Bf 'tffil'fZW'l Branches of the State Bank, ' l 1 P IWDEPeNDMT, OR STATB STOCK iARKS. '' Bank of Geauga, PsinesviUe 1 i' . u i'iH! pr Canal Bank, Cleveland . i;( '.. ifi-'I o City Bank of Cincinnati v n i:lVrA City Bank, Cleveland . " . '-: ' ' '." '"-'do. City Bank, Columbus ' l:t (lt "i!t-:l do Commercial Bank of Cincinnati .':J ' ,tnei do Dayton Bank, Dayton i;!.i..li f'ilci' de Franklin Bank, Zanesville , .; vriri t Sandusky City Bank, Sandusky . , .;.( Seneca County; Bank. Tiffin " ' ' "1 , j Western Reserve Bank. Warren ' .!-' do OLD OHARTBRXD BARKS. Bank of Circleville, (H. Lawreticf , cashier) ; par Bank of Massillon, Massillon : ., , i , .1 do Clinton Batik of Columbus " " " ,! '"i d Lafayette Bank, Cincinnati'1' mil do Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Co., Cincinnati do . BANKS WHOSC CKABTEBf HAVB KXFIBBD. Banker Chlllicolhe , DtiiK 01 yieveiaim , . Bank of Marietta v.wuumh k:i if. 1 Bank of Mount Pleasant , ., i It 1 i 1 Bank of Xenia .' vrii: tr:-:':. ;,;;.;;' n'.'i Bank of Zanesville : Belment Bank oi St. Clairsville " ' Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon ' Commercial Bank of Scioto, Portsmouth Commercial Bank of Lake Erie. Cleveland do do do do do do do do do do Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, Steubenvtlle Franklin Rank of Columbus Franklin Bank, Cincinnati " Mechanics and Traders' Bank, Cincinnati Muskingum Bank, , Putnam . . broken banks. . . ' Bank of Hamilton . '. '" Bank of Norwalk ' " :' '" " Bank of Sandusky ' I. ' ' 1 " ' do (. do . ..do 10 ii SO die 70 dis 80dts tjqi, 0r vvooster , M All other banks either broken 01 fraudulent. COUNTERFEITS ON OHIO BANKS. ' The following is a list 01 Counterfeits on thesol- vent banks of this State. We have deemed It , publish the counterfeits on those banks whose charters have expired, or wnicn neve . Bank of Massillon Vs, vignette steamboat and railroad cars, which is not on (he genuine. r 10's, new issue; unlike the genuice; vignette a steamboat, s'oop and ship under sail. ' City Bank of Cleveland, Cleveland.3', the fig ure S, across the bill is not distinct.. . Clinton Bank of Columbus 10's altered from 2's; " easily detected, ' ' ... Commercial Bank of CinctnnaU9 letter a, beautifully executed, and likely to deceive the best judges. In the centre of the note is a large figure 3, the medallion part of which, in the gen uine, is beautifully wrought, whilst in the coun terfeit, it is faint and but partially formed. No tice also, that Ihe female upon the left of Ihe bill in the genuine has a string of beads around her neck, the counterfeit has no beads. The genuine notes of (he old bank of this nam having been mostly all redeemed, it will be best to refuse all notes dated previous lo 1845, Dayxon Bank-6's letter A, regularly countersign ed by the Register. It is half au inch shorter ' than the genuine The flourish over the letfr . "A" should be the same as over No." in the counterfeit it is just (he reverse engraving in ferior to the genuine . ',' '; , Franklin Bank of Zanesville, Zanesville 8 s, lett r A; the figure 3 across Ihe bill is very in distinct. . :.(. .. -ii-trl :. ..:' .:'--ny''t ' Lofayeuc BankVt vignette I steam boat; on Ilia left an Indian holding up his righl hand.. . , 5's, letter C, badly executed, Cashr's name engra ved whole face of the bill lighter than genuine. 5's, let. B., vig. signers of the Declaration of Inde pendence, most beautifully engraved, and good paper. Gano, Cashier; Carlisle, Pi evident. Ob ' serve the head of Lalayette; in the genuine (here is a flourish or hair stroke, which is delicate and nearly (ouches (he marginal border in which the head is encircled, whilst in the counterfeit it is coarse breaks off abruptly, and lacks the 16tb of an inch of touching. Notice also the flourish above the word 'Cashiei' which, ii. (he genuine : turns up and nearly touches the word Cincin , nati whilst in the counterfeit it turns down.. 10's, spurious.. They have for a vignette a view oi the ocean, and an eagle resting upon a shell. . 10's letter B, vignette an eagle standing in a car, wings expanded: Hie engraving good, but pa per bad. . The bank has no such plates. ! :, r 10 s spurious. The vignette is two children seat ed , on the right end a full length portrait of Ge., La Fayette. Payable to H. Peachen, Thomas String and other persons, and of different dates. The medallion head, with the word TEN stamp ed on it is very rough and indistinct.' 10's, leKer B. dated January 1st 184(5. W. G. W. i uanu, casn,, Wltn paie ins, u. i ayior, rreai. Paper rather dark, general appearance good. " 2U's, close imitation of genuine; let. B. dated Jan. 4, 1844, pay C- Conahan: the (ore oi tne teroaie in (he vignette imperfect, and the right hand of the Indian on the left end of (he bill imperfect. j 100's sr urious. The genuine bills have a red back, Ohio Lfe Insurance and Trust Co. i's, spur!. ous. Vignette a drove oi caiie ana a locomo tive nnd cars In the distance. Sandusdy CHy Bank S's tetter A. Description ,; about the same as the description of the counter feit S's on (he Commercial Bank ol. Cincinnati. Htate Bank of Ohio S's, engraving coarse. The bill contains tne red back; ana on me nack ol the genuine it reads 'State Bank of Ohio;' on t the counterfeit it reads 'Slate of Ohio..: j .i S's, 5's snd 10's, alt from I's and 2's; holj them up (o Ihe Iieht and the alteration can be detected inn. i.,nl, alian KrtV ia,,uA -J ' 1 ' JW 0, nunc .llgl.l., ...a, """" i , I's, letter V, imitation of genuine, engraving course; spparently lithographed; signature lith oeranhed: fillins and date veiy pcorly done. V S's, letter B payable at' the Union Bank, Maasil Ion: ' Paper and engraving course. ' .". S's, pooi ly done. The head of Franklin oh (he left . . end ot the bill is bJiy engraved ana tne leu eye is omitted., r . i ,l,yy .,."' . ,-; .r,,;';; 0's. vignette a man on the left and a female on " the right; railroad cars in the distance on the ' left; s large X hi the centre of the vignette an . eagle at ihe bottom. The words "ti late Bank . of Ohio" laraer than the genuine. ; , , -.: 10s, general app arance calculated to deceive, but ou examination ana comparuuu win. inr genu- .. V Ing, will be found crude,-end imperfect in de-' ( . tail. The ptominent figui es in the counterfeit, j" ere lacking , in eapression aud careful minute. L - E u 1. I 1 a.. .1. . ucaa. . r avn, ubiims,. Il.l;llvlu,, et., ...a; . ' central Vignette,' ere 'blurred snd indistinct - Portrait of Gen. Harrison en left hand end, ob- V. f ecure and undecided; in the genuine Ihe bgu g-af is distinctly telieved irom Ihe back ground, the coat showing tfarAt ill color against it .The . dor's head on the bottom nail, between the signatures,! rough and coarse, and the scrolls ;.: -. conUining the words "Mutual Liabily" en eilh- er side, aie faint, and smaller lean, the geouioo. , The ugure ot Minerv on tne right side, if . '' perhaps one of the best tests Of comparison; in the genuine, Ihe spear In the right hand ol the -' Dgure, joucnes trie tetter s in xenr aoovej ' while in the counterfeit it is midway .between (. tlu letters T. and E; . and on the breast-plale a fate is distinctly seen 1u the centre. The word ' 1 Ten, under the figure, is psle end weak in stad- inn. but dark and olaln in th tenuine.; ' iiiu tt Is, various branchee, a good. Imitation, Detect . by the star or areola (on the back) at the end of ' the bar enclosing the words "Slate Bank of ' ' Ohio;" being set in the centre ol a squire block. i which is not so in Ihe genuine.' ;.':.-t Western Rtsevve bank 10's, letter D. (Murray, " Draper fc Fairman'a plate,) badly executed. " Date unknown. ' The worJ 'Western Reserve i Bank' ate on the left, and 'Ohio' on ihe righf -.hand marginj-nrj the genuine notes tbey ve tbe Qeverse, ; Signed Zalman Fitch. , j vlj.'ti OTHER BANK PAPER. ' Th principal part of the circulation in this se Ilon of the State, in addition tp Ohio paper, fa en the: banks ol Indiana, KeaUiskyj Western Pena sylvaoia, end WhserTne, Y.tWl)iphpaMsgenm ally at par.. ' Care should be taken in handling In diana and Kentucky paper, as the cenUrf4 en the haahe ar ensa ereem .