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'I ' m m m -:v . .1. '. V j .M-l- ..'J 5 ...rjV V : ''yd 1! 1S 11 f-: ; -,it e mm .Tir-v.vt t:-.z:.v. IISR'S ADDRESS ' TO THE PATRONS OF TtiKIRlT'OF DEMOCRACY 11 FOR THE YEAR 1831. D.EyiL'S .GREETING. RH'b-WJT I fcreet', whene'er I meet ' " V 'r;; .' One whd takes her paper, For they Vre flaik, without a spark, , .. On glimmering taper. ..... And euch to ne my majosty, -. . . , : ,s - lit, hut, or hove),-r ;. Bolong of right, in rriy own might, . : , , For I am DISViL, Then, take the newsy you-will not loose,, -mPf .'i V r-But bo the trainer, s And spare tome dimes, for these my rhymes '" As my retainer, . ' Come, take the "Smit,' it has some merit ff,(And 1 11 release you, ' And take your cash, for 'tis but trash, i'Ui .i 'ii. tiA,jj no( fleece you, "Begone away,' I hear you'sny, V i;?s i i- '.'I'll keep my money, You can't fool me. I'll let you see, . My little sonny," Should I, demand; at your close hand, .,,.''.'," 'Xourse"'9r cash, sir,' ' I should get you, that I would do, . ;, cj i , You'd keep the trash, sir, But wiser men, who watch the pen, - : . w.i'o: 1 1 , .,v Of our Boss here, TakS, toohis sheet, and always meet Just what it costs, sir,, Are men of mind, and not behind, ' 1 ' ,'J y ''t Nor sold to me, sir, Of such I ask, for my hard task, u ) I n,, ; . In cash a fee, sir. , Well, I read tho above sublime poetry to a long faced one, who had the print o ajjve cent piece indelibly fixed on every finger, foturvation, anxiety , necessity, pen uryj and want were huddled in one melan choly croup uport his visage, which seem e(j lo be. the almshouse of all the beggaries in the world. , I knew he had his coffers full of ill-gotten gold; so I asked him lor a quarter. , He grew: pale, and paler still, bat ,at length regained his wanted sole leather. hue, and told me he took no papers, for they cost money; that he read nothing, for that consumed time. He then broke forth Jnto & tirade of abuse of all lawyers, doctors, and education generally. He spoke of school masters in most unmeas ured terms of abuse, and grew into a fury, which I can hot describe. Though! have read of the clashing blades of llaiiiilcar, and Gelon, at the city ef Hymeraj of Alex ander and. Darius, at Issus; of the defeat ofAltilla and 'his slaughtered Huns; yes, I haveiread of Alexander, Liusar, llainil- car, Hannibal, Jengliiz-Kan, Attillas, Alar ic, Tamerlane, Frederick, Buonapaite and General f-raryf and others who have blown up the storms of war, driven death's mad plough-share through the land in horrid culture of the grave; and I have seen ten thousand" angry billows upheaving old Ooean's Jeep unfathomable abyss, driving thmad sea from coast to coast, as though some strange God were there disputing with Neptune lor the supremacy; yes, 1 have seen the' terrific storms of Heaven mustering above me, obedient alone' to the pealing thunders, 'which seemed to command the blazing cavalry of all the skies into one dread conflict. And still, I cannot describe that fury whose breath out-stormed the whirlwind, and whose words were fraught with more impetuous rage than the clashing steel and thunder inir cannon of grappling armies; and he didn't give me one cent; no, sir-ee; well THE PAST YEAR . , Aioffier. year of time we number, With those "beyond the flood," And fondly think of friends, who slumber, Beneath the silent sod. Twelve months ago, with joy we greeted LoVed ones, in health's bright bloom, Alas!rwhoiiow in death are sheeted, . And, sleep in a foreign tomb' " . Time's but a slender bark that's freighted VVjth lading for the gave. Which is a haven, that's never sated, A port 'cross Jordan's wave. ADDRESS TO TIME Hold! Hold! clasp thy swift wing and pause; Fly thee not so swiftly away, And for one moment suspend the laws Which hath so long forbid thy stay. ' Tell me, didst thou, like mortal man, Begin thy course, and have a birth? And wilt thou measure one brief span, And cense to be with this frail earth? Cansl thou not one short moment stay, Of let me 'joy the one that's past? Ah no!: eaoh moment seems to say, Improve the present, 'tis all thou hast. , ' THEOTON. ; " What is'thls Union?" dost thou say, . "And to whom does it belong?" 'Tis Freedom's Temple, and doth display A jampier beauteous and strong. And freemen proudly say 'tis ours; And as it is, shall ever be, A unity of sovereign powers. "The Union, the land of the free." The North; the South, the East the West, Form the great trinity of State! Ajand of. freemen, strangely blest, , , Who whilst united, must be great. - ; ; Lives there a madman who would seyer The fraternal tie, which makes us one, -, And thus destroy, destroy forever, The cause which our father's begun! ' If there does, speak, thou monster rare, , And hear th' voice of millions thunder, ; Foul traitor,.?try it if you dare." , These bright stars you oannot sunder; Let each patriot build an altar, ' -' ' 1 - ' :: Arfd 6ft its holy ftres swearu , , . ; That)4 'will fever; never Alter. To main(ain them as they are. I A 1 ' - !'? msmemmmmm r ALMANAC: FOR: 851. ' 'r .' Wl .. . Va I -! v. Six :.r r 'Mi r ,:l ' 8': 15 22' . i 12 19 26 ,(6 12 19' n 2 9 16 23 30 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 ) 2 3 10 17, 24' 31 ; '9 16 "23 ' 30 ' 13 . 19 . : ; 2G ' Fbbrdary, ; i.,.. v-. 2 . ,' i .ti.g . . 16 :20 21 27" '28 3 10 17 24' ,10 i 31. '7. 14 21 , 4 11 18 25 .. 4, 11 18. 25 .6, 13 20 ; 27' 6. 13 20 17. 3 10 17 -24 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 21 28 7' 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 '2 ' 9 16 23 30 6 13 20 27 23 March, : .9 16 ,23; ;30 T 6 , 13 20 27 4 11 18 '25 I '8 16 ' 22 ,29 .29 April, : 1 8 15 22 '29' 6 13 28 May,': 5 12 jy 2G 2 9 16 23 30 20 27 3 10 17 24 31 7 June, ; 21 28 July, : :.: 1 2 3 ' 4 5 . 6 .7 8 9 ' 10 11 12 . 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ' 29 30 31 ' August, : : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 20 39 30 31 ' September, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 October, : 12 3 4 5.6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 . 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 . November, 1 ,2.3 45 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 , 25 26 27 28 29 ' .30' ,, . " . December, ; . 1 2 3 4 5 6 . 7. 8 9 10 11 12 13 . : . 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24' 25 26 27 . 28 29 30 31 ' THE SPIK1T OF DEMOCRACY. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One dollar and ii fly cents per annum, if paid in advance; otherwise two dollars will oe requir d. Marketable produce will be taken in payment No paper will be discontinued, except at the op tion of the editor, until all arrears are paid. All tetters and communications sent by mail mutt be post-paid. JOB PRINTING Executed with neatness and dispatch al this Office, and at reasonable prices. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: For 3 wks S moa. 6 moa. 9 mos. 1 year. 1 square, $ I. $2. $3 2 aquaresT 2. 8. 5. 6. 7. l column. 8. 4. 6- 7. 9. columnT 5. . 7. 10. 13. 16. rcolrinrir" ' S. 10. IS. 20. 25 . , Twelve Hues, or less, will be charged as ne square. THE LAW F NEWSPAPERS. I. Subscribers who do not eive express notice to ihe contrary, are considered as wishing to con tmue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance ol their periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 3 If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from tlie offices lo which they are di rected, they are held responsible till they have settled the bill, and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribeis remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 5. The courts have decided thatretusine to take periodicals from the office, nr removing and leav ngthem uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. TALLANT ic DELAPLAIN. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS DEALERS, MONROE STREET, WHEELING, VA. IN preparation for the cominj season's trade, the subscribers are getting up their Stock with superior advantages for their customers, in point of variety and quality to any they have yet offered for sale. Being the liflli year that we have pros ecuted this business, we feel that we have had ample opportunity to understand and provide for the wants of the country Merchant. For instance, we hare adopted as a rule, the policy ot keeping Ihe best make of any article suited to the season, which we offer. Thus (he many complaints made cainst "fading prints." tngetl.er with the great improvement made in printing last colored Prints, have fully determined us to discard the former, snd always to keep up a complete variety ot 8 A re Co lob ed Goods, which we will warrant always to give satisfaction to the consumer. The same obseivation will apply to all printed goods, and we pledge ourselves to exercise equal care in se. lecting such goods as Cloths, Cassimeres Vestings, Satinetts, Tweeds, and all kinds of Wodlens, also in Alpacas, Cashmeres, Delaines, Merinoes, Flannels, &c. tc In short, (appealing to our old customers far confirmation ol our promises.) we pledge ourselves by adhering to the plan of selling good articles at a short profit (for good pay) and by keeping an ample and wll assorted Stock ot goods suited te the season to serve all good customers with satis faction. ! '- - . ' ' . One of our firm remains in the market, during the season for baying, tod we are bringing eul such stock; will insure te us the most extse sive Mason trade we have ever transacted,- esq TALLANT Jl DILAPLAfsf. . v - WM. C. WALTON, ; . ; : A t tor n e y ' a t . Jl a w , j 1 AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, ' ; , Offers his professional services tt his numerous friend and th public generally. ' Otfic opposit th Coarl House, Wodsfild, O. ' wftle. A. KThe subscriber has Tor sale an excellent' tract 01 land, situate on Little Fishinsr Craeki Wetzel county,, Virginia, contaiuiiJt 600 acres, upwards ot ou acres ol wiucp is cleared and under cuiuvn. tioa, , There is also on said tract an oichard of th Very heat selectiou ol fruit tree, which are now bearing.. It also affords number pf excellent spriogs; and . lying as it does within some 7 or 8 miles of the Ohio nversnd the county seat of sai county of Wetzel, it is one of the most desirable locations in the county, both as a grain growing ann siock larm. i ; ; ' . i . For particular 'inquire of Jeremiah William living on Little v ishing Ureek, above said tract. Aug. 21, 1850 - EVAN O WILLIAMS. 15 McAIister's Alt Healing Ointment 22 mHE action whic JL ' (Ins ointment has -at upop trie iiuibhii vuii1 cle,. demonstrates ita 15 3 grand efficacy P. healing power. an 22 It is 'a the first and only di di covery of an external : preparation that has S nower to restore the 12 aiu a . "lntemible Pertptra W-ntaacaeS ' tion." Th skill being 19 26 the medium through which the blood drives off its Impurities, is often locked up by cold, whence occur Rheumatism. Oroun. Coughs, Cold, Head' ache, Feveri, and a thousand other complaints, Unstop the notes, and permit the humors to pass 10 17 24 out, and all these diseases vanish at ence. . This M'Alister's All Healing Ointment effects. For instance, in sick and nervous headache, this Ointment is a sovereign remedy It has cured cased of five, seven and ten years standiue-.'some ef fifteen and twenty years, and 14 one case of FORTY YEARS standing. It is be yond all peradvenlure the best remedy for head ache in the world. Ear-ache, deafness and. dizziness cured with equal success. , ' . . 1 ' ' Take again the tJuinsv Sore 1 hroal. Une night's application is frequently sufficient la cure this complaint.. But in no case will it fail. W challenge the world on this point; Mieumatum.la all cases ut swelled nnios, contracted cords, pains and violent inflammation, there is no remedy so good, we don't care whut it is, or where It comes from. Herein tins uintmeui is to be found a certain remedy tor ijieumatism Let the sufferer look In it. . Asthma, oppression of breathing, tc In no class ot difficulties does the ointment give greater satisfaction. 1 he heavy load upon the heart, and difficult respiration, it removes inmost in a uay. Wonderful. Wouderiul, is Ihe virtue, the uiiluld power and goodness of the all healing ointment. In Hemorrhoids, or piles, we nave Deen re peatedly told that it was the only article ever nude that would cure all cases of piles. And we aro ready to believe it. The Erysipelas and Salt Klieuin are overcome without the least ditllculty Liver complaiut we have cured .01 twenty years standing, and we hesitate not to say that it is one of Ihe best remedies known. Persons wouiu ne astonished to witness its effect, Besides all the above diseases, it is a sovereign remedy for all eruptions of the skin, sores, pus- tiiles. blotches. &.c. rendering the lace smooth arid for ever free from blemish. In all cases of inflammations, swellings, cuts, bruises, and poi sonous wounds, it is a noblo remedy. And as for bums, there is not its equal in the land. 'la allay nam. and remove the fire and inflammation, there is no compound in existence of such value. Be sides, it heals the place without leaving the slightest maik behind. Equally valuable Is it lor old ulcer sores and especially aore Kyes, tcaiu head, and diseases of the Spine, and of the nerves; also swelled or Sore Breasts, and female com plaints. It is also a sovereign remedy lor Ague in the face, and Influenza. It is truly one ot the sa feat and most valuable medicines the world ever saw. No man regrats purchasing this Ointment, be- ranae lie feels he will be benefitted and not ae ceived. Good always comes from its use. Let the people then seek this medicine and abide by it, for it never deceived anyooay yei, aim we uo lieve never will. . (irand Depot 141 ruiton sc. JAMES M'ALISTER. A. It S. Hendry, Ashtabula, General Agents for Ohio. ALSOhy E. M. Morris, woodsneiu, Morris & Mitchfcl, Antioch. PollockCarter.&Co Claiington WM. Steel, Stafford, .. John M. Row and, Summerfield, J. E. & C. A Boyd, Carlisle, H awes & PANCOAST, Jamestown, Talbot &. Wermick, Malaga, . John Koontz, do Isaac Welsh, Beallsville. W. & J. Myers, New Castle. Peter Dorr, Miltonsburg. Mills, Iams & Dana, Marietta. E. G. Morgan, St. Claiisville. Israel Greene, McConuellsville Nov. 6, 1850.-4m DR. ROGERS' COMPOUND SYRUP OF Liverwort and Tar. THE HISTORY OF THIS MEDICINE is briefly told. It is prepared mostly from a Re cipe furnished by the late distinguished Professor Rogers, after many years of investigation and research, and is the one employed by bim in his own practice, and that occaaioned his unparallel- led success In curing all complaints ol me inroai and Lungs. For four years past, the proprietor have been putting up Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar, in Cincinnati, Ohio. From this point, it has been distributed extensively over all the western and south west ern states. Hence the reaaon wny so many oi our Certificates are dated at Cincinnati, where the medicine is best known, and has been most fully tested. The first year, it sales amounted only to about 4,000 bottles; but suTch was its as tonishing success in curing the complaints lor which it is recommended, that it soon acquired an immense povularitv, and the present year its sales will exceed 250,000 battles. , Nor is the demand for it confined to the west ern states. Its reputatinn is spreading over me whole Union. Although it haa never been adver tised at all, or even offeied for sale in JNew i."gi land, the proprietors have this day received an order from Bangor, Me. A few days since, they received one from Lowell, Mass also one iroin Palmyra, N. Y., and another from Columbus, Geo. And it is because th demand tor this med icine from abroad is o great that th proprietora cannot supply it from Cincinnati, that they have now entered into extensive arrangements for man ufacturing the article in this city, deeming it their solemn and imperious duty to put within the reach of every member ol community, a medi cine which will not only break up the most dis tressing Cough in a few hours' time, but which will really and radically curt the incipient stage of Consumption.' ' , A PHYSICIAN'S TJSBIIMUWir. . letter from h. m. wilsoh ' i Pulmonary Consumption Cured. fir. Dr. Wilson i a regular ''graduate of th Old School, and practitioner of high standing, well known throughout the wnoie itate or unio. He was the Rev. H. Wiseman' family physician for 13 years.' . ' ' :' " ., ' , BEAR WHAT HE SAYS. Patriot, Gallia Cd. Ohio, 8ept. 1,1850. . fc-Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar. Tbia medicine has recently come under my observa tion, not because I sought for it, but merely by accident, viz., in th cas of the lady ol th Rv. H. Wiseman, whose family physician I hav been for twelv year, during the whole of which time Mr. Wiseman has been in feeble health," and un der medical treatment, the main difficulty in her cas being weak-and diseased Lung. Her cough gradually grew worse, and early in th spriog f , Hi 1l5. ner saremuy, ua employed an me miorru remedies-o( Therapeutics, wjiicb only gve partial re lief.,, MraWisemari bad tecome emaciated and wor'u down, all the symptom' of pulmonary con sumptiqn appearing present, I was compelled at this period to leav on business, and Mr. Wiseman wished, me to. obtain a bottle of the Balsam of Wild Cherry, thinking it might palliate her symp toms duiinf my absence. But when in Gallipolis. betoie I bad fulfilled mv commission, I accident ally cast my eye upon a notice of Dr. Rogers1 Liverwort and Tar, and it occurred tome that if any medicine would secure the object proposed this would do it. Jt bought a bottle, and sent it to the. lady, end after seveial days' absence, to my astonishment, 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 tutienng with diseased Lungs... yours, , h. . WIMsuin, w. u- For agents names see advertisement of McAIis ter's AH-Healing Ointment ttmumit cf Curst ef Scnful. Canon. SnUlU, Hur tmpun diuam of Ou Blooimd itkt VIR Y SMALL HUAM'ITT ickick aw utd tf Utdkiiu te tfftd Omm ef euck DUtasu, b any proof ef th$ pvrfytnf wudieel fetew aa (A Medicint mkich Mi tuidiui end conoutnd euek Dieem uun uitrt u y.nquutwnaou numc iam , . BRANT'S INDIAN Is tuck a Medicint, In every respect ; snd there Is abondaas urool In mat em aSeeted. that ONE BOTTLE of II taint tion purifying;, healing; virtue, and mudical foieer, than there Is contained in Four Bottlte ot any tertaperilia, or anf iAr mtdicint that hat aver been offered for sal. Thar Is undoubted proof in our pamphlets, thai by th use of this 5 real Indian Pvriftr, they that were Drill vat Lira ley that war Line and Cairruo can bow Walk they that war Sick, ScaorvLOUS, and otherwise diseased, bar been uialrd and uvaco. Hundreds Thousand who hav used BaiXT's Pcairiaa, after baring us letted all Ihe tenaparUlae and other medicinal mended to cure blood diseases, hare dtcidtd that Brant's is the Cheapest, because One Bault at II haa awn madloal, euratlre snatttr In it, and, in eonsequenoe, cures mart ditetee ha much iast iMf, man out ooutt oi any ouer meaicine. If, then, Ont Book of Bbant's Poaima will euro TOUt TIMES more dlaeaaa than ont tool of teruiperill " BaiMT't Puairisn" would be as cheap at four dollart a bottle, aa tanapariUa at ont dollar. Bui BRANTS PUII- PIER It told for onlr ONE DOLLAR a bottle: and at a bottle of it kae cured, and It capable of curing, JVnr Tkmm aa much disease as ant bottle of eartaparUlm, therefore, sa. aaparilla, in consequence of ita Ute power and leu medio! einctejr, should be told at ne mart than IWKy-Pfoa Oku per bonis, to be as duap aa the puanrns al cms ileum. One Dollar's Worth I How much CiMCim how much 8rrmLis how anoak ScaorvLA will Ont Dollar1! worth of Bronte PURjmM cure t Read th following statement, which is a speeln of its power. . , CANCEROUS SCROFULA I Thla la tha raaa of a Thiln man who vat Kett. He rem tared of a worts eate of Scrofula, by only TVdtt Bottltt ot Brant a Purtlier, than ever was cured or the ute or Jiasti Qallone of the bat tartapttriUe that wis ever mad. Sara parilla hat not tujlicunt medical power to affeol the sure of auch a mallinMlu hmtlclt caaa. Mr. I. B. HasKin, of Rome, Oneida Cb., if. T., had rf ula four yeart wat confined to hit bed the last Iter he waa to much diseased and debilitated at lo be unable t raise hit hand to bit head., He had the but medical adrlc had used all of the bat eunaoariUae to no toed efleet trot tmi and worst, and wit considered to be in a Dftnf State, and could not lire txmty-jour noun water, wnea ne commenced using BRANTS PURIFIER Hit neck was asm nearly off, from ear te ear a kott was eaten through bit windpipe, under hit chin, to thai he breathed through the hole hit tor wat so eaten around thai II could be HfiU up out of its place, it only holding by asautt piece th use of oas ana waa datroytd by two Ulcers an View under the arm, aa large as a man's hand, had nearly eaten through his side into kit bodu. Thus, he wat afflicted wlOt Iwsntjr tuch putrid, acrid, offenmt Ulcere, on various parts of tut person. For lurtner ana ruu particulars, tee our rampnuu Doct. Thomas Williams, one of the most skilful Dhrsl elans of Rome, was called to sea Haskin the dag btfort be ommenced nalnc Brant't Purifier. Doct. W. examined aim, and then told him that all the audumas In th aerie1 could not cure bim that bit case waa Worse than Hopeless ! Now bear Mr HASKIN'S statement of cure. He tald Sir wife procured one bottle of BRANTS PUHlFriHtl EXTRA C 7 that bottle enabled ma Is rt or mv est the tzcoND bottle enabled me to get out of Ike kouie the thud enabled me to walk two milee, end when 1 had flnfih. ed using Hint Baulce, Sivkstmkw out of twenty Ulcere had hialkd CP, and three boulu more efiiscted a PERFECT CURE and restored me to oa health. FOURTEEN WITNESSES. The above facta are cortilied to by DOCT. T. WILLIAMS, Mr. (1. R. -BROWN, or Wat game Hotel. Messrs. BISSKM 1.KONAK1I, Drunglats, aud ELEVEN other reepeeue wunteta at uome. TW W. DYOTT Si SONS. 132 North Second JL St., Philadelphia. Pa., are Wholesale Agents IOI BRANT S INDIAN A1KDICINES. FOR 'SALE BV J. H. Morris, Woodsfield; -Mitchell & Morris, Autiocb; Wm. Steel, Stafford; J. H. Patterson, St, Clalrsville; H. H. Mott, BarneBville; M P. Miles k Son, Somerton; W. McDonald & Co., Cambridge; Israel Grkkn, McConnellsville; W. B. Thomas & Co.,),.,.. ' ' E. B. PeRrins. i Marietta! And by agents In nearly every town in the State. All letters and orders must be addressed to Wal lace & Co., 10b Broadway, New York. n47 AGENCY OF DR. FITCH'S , , Celebrated Medicines. Pulmonary Balsam, Depurative Syrup, , Pectoral Expectorant, Heart Coirector. Pulmonary Liniment, Humor Corrector, Pure and Medicinal Cod Liver Oil, Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture, Cough & Cathartic Pills, .Nervine, female Pills, Vermifuge, Female Specific, &c.&c. Used by In in constantly and with unprecedent ed success in the treatment of Colds, Coughs, Consumption, Asthma, Heart Dis eases, Dyspepsia, scrotum, akin Diseases, Rheumatism, Female Complaints, Files, &c. &c. Dr. Fitch's unequalleed Patent Silver Plated Ab dominal Supporters, ut t itch s Improved Plated Steel Spring Shoulder Brace. Dr.Fitch'sSilyer Inhaling Tube. . ... . , ., ' :f.,'i: DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED 6 LECTURES ON THE PREVENTION AND CORKS OF Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the Heart, tc, and on the method ot preserving Health , and Beauty to an old age. , This Book should be in every family.'-. To the Consumptive it points out the only reasonable hop for relief. To mothers, the direction it give for tne care ana eauctnun or cnuaren are invaiuaoi. 78,000 copies ol thi Bnok have passed through the press, and tne tale continues unaoated. For sale by 8. 8. HITCH St CU 707 Broad way, JVew xorK; ana by j. u. Woodsjteia t . . (KJ-DR. r ITCH S UI7IDB TO INVALIDS, or IJl- reotlons to persons using Dr. Fitch's Remedies, t be had, gratis, of all his Agents. may 29Iy ' PROBATE NOTICE. Notice i hereby given to all persons interested, thai, settle ment accounts have been filed in th oflice of th Clerk of the Court of Common Plea within and for the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, by the administrators and guardians of lha 'estate f the following named peraons, lo wit: '-r, U i I William Hall's Administrator " i, ',' ; .-. i William Straitbury' Administrator. w j Eli Dent's Administrator. : I - i li,.un '. I John Honnel'a Administrator. , -l -i Louisa Cletbero' Admliiiitratof. . ,i. J Elizabeth Anderson' Guard ian.f.( ' j William Caple's Administrator, "-jiiij I v.it. I Mitchell Wi McCoy's AdminislratorJ viv.; 'That the said account are ndw'bu til in said ofjic, subiect to the inspection of all persons in terested, and are continued until the Apiiltenn of L ssid court 1851, for final settlement and conhr mation.- 1 ;; ' Wm.- OKEY; Clerk. '. Nor. II, 18t0, Hmffi Biilhear Of the rooi aalohlshlDg' tures ;T w being effected tof that greatland popular medicine, the genoine--! Lv.i-. , ., n . ;l,55.tft-hI-Hj G.itf'ARRELL'S !.tJ iiw "to L , ARAB IAN a LINIMENT, !.( - The greatest remedy ever discovered Xor almost II complaint requiting an esternal application, either in man or beast:1 In the short length ol time tt bu been introduced to the people of the United States,-it ha gained a reputation unequaled hy any other medicine jn the known world.,) Wby is it .' Th an .yen's plain, because no medicin of the kind, has ever been put before the public so deserting ol the rich laurel It has acquired; and it-will continue to gain 'friends as long it perfoims the. roost extraordinary cure ef various descriptions, after, the doc.(ors and all other, reme dies had failed. ' We do not only say that the gen uine H G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment eon and doe perform cure which no other medicine tan do, but you have here certificate of what it Aa done, ..... r... -r ... . ,f , ,mA Thadeut Smith, of Mudd Creek, Tazewell Co., Ilia. says. 'I had lost the use of my arm for more than a year, by palzy or paralysis; the flesh had entirely withered away, leaving nothing but skin, muscle and bone. I tried all the best doctors and all (lie remedies I could hear of, but they did no good. i men commenced the use of H. O. t ar rell'a Arabian Liniment, and a few bottles entirely cured me, and my arm is now as strong and fleshy as the other. It is also first-rate for burns, sprains ana oruizes. , , ! My dsughter, when 6 months old. was taken wild a swelling in the tonsils, which grew; larger ana larger, till when 0 years old the had great dilh tulty in swallowing her food. Every night, watch was kept, fearing she .would an (locate. Th bed doctors attended her, but could give no relief. took her to the most eminent doctors in the East they said there was no help for her but lo outgrow it. With a sad heart I returned home with her. when aiie become so much woise that the doctors had to be called in again) they decided the tonsils roust be cut on, as the only means of giving re lief. My wife would not consent to this, and she determined to try your liniment, which gave re Met the very first application, and by continued use she entirely recovered. She is now 10 years oid, auu nesny and healthy as could be desired, Your liniment is also the best in use for sprains, bruizes, cuts, burns, headache, &c. ; and it will re move the most severe pain in a few minutes. It also cured caked udder in my cow in few day, UttUKUE r OKU, Peoria, March 20, 1849. , The celebratefl DOCTOR JAYNE, whot Kp utation as a benelactur to mankind extends over the whole world, reports that a lady of one of th first lamilies in Philadelphia had been Confined to ner Ded fourteen years with Rheumatism, an was cured by H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, He also says: "lour liniment is going rapidly send roe a supply immediately by Leeche's last line." Mr. H. G. Farrell: Your Arabian Liniment is the greatest medicine for horse flesh in the world, I had a mare about to foal, when she became so helpless that she could not rise from the ground: sue wasnn tins way lor several days, when with others 1 succeeded in raising her up, which was me only way it could be done, wtmu 1 commenced the use of your excellent liniment, rubbed in we over the loins, and astonishing: as it mar auDear before I ustd up a bottle of ihe dollar size, she was able to get up and walk herself. . I would not have given ten dollars for her before, and many aavisen me to snoot ner to tint her out ol misery she is now one of my best mares. I suppose it was a strain In the loins. U. W. HUNT. Peoria, III. July 2, 1849. LOOK OUT FOR COUNTERFEITS! As they are in circulation. The true and only genuine n. i. rarreirs Arabian Liniment alwa reads with the H. G. his initials, belore Kartell's thus, "H. U. Farrell's Arabian Liniment," and his signature i also on the label of the bottle, and these words are blown in the glass bottle, "H. G barren's Arabian Liniment, Peoria." Do not touch any other, and look well before you purchase or you will get imposed upon. Manufactured only by H. G. Farrell, sole in, ventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist. No 17 Main street, Peoria, 111., to whom all commu nicatious must be addressed. October "Beware of a sourious nreoeralion called W B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, which is a bass counterfeit, and has just made its appearance The genuine article for sale by J. G. FLEMING, Woodsfield. ; , Thou as Freeman, P. M-, Antioch. R. S. Anderson, P. M-, Cochran's Landing, I HOS, W ESTON, r, 1V1-, OUtltlSn. Eliel He adlt, Jamestown.- ' ' Boswohth, Wells fe. Co., Marietta. - STATE OF OH'O, MONROE COUNTY, ss ir...:. ' J In the Court ol Common vl' S In Chancery. Charles D.McCullion, Michael McCallion, Wil ham Medallion, Mary McCallion, Daniel Mc Callion, Nancy McCallion and her husband, whose name is unknown; Alice Rodgers and John Kodgers her husband, John Oraig, Rich ard J. Clark and Samuel Craig, partners trading under the linn and style of Craig, Clark Si Co, Levi Wilson, James Kirkpatrick, and McCuidy St aiuweli. Notice is hereby given to the absent defend ants in this case, who reside out of the atite of Ohio, that .the said complainant, on the 81st day of October, A . D. 1850, filed hit bill in chancery. in said court, setting forth in substance, that about the 1st or April, 1045, 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 oi the purchase money, and is ready to pay tne balance;, that lie has made valuable nn provemems on said lot, but that th aid Charles D. McCallion neglects and refuses to convey the said lot to complainant, and has aold the same to James McCallion, who it since deceased, and that the legal title to said lot has descended to his heirs. nd that Ihe above defendants a ho claim to be judgment creditors of said Charles D. McCallion, are seeking by bill in this court to sell said lot as the properly of said Charles D. McCallion. Said bill prays the writ of subpoena, answer oi defend, ants, decree of specific performance of said coo- tract, aud an injunction to stay (lie proceedings ol said delendants, claiming to be judgment cred it ore. All said defendants are therefore notified, that unless they appear, plead, answer or demur to said bill within sixty days after the 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 ask decree according lo the prayer of the same. 1 t . - - i WM- C.WALTON, i Nov. 20, A. D. 18M.w Sol. for Comp't. William C. Walton, 0 k TTACHMENT ts, . ' S m. N0TICE..-NO- XJa. iuntli, John 8. Dilworth fc C. S tice is hereby given to all person interested, that on (he .2d day of November, A. U. 1H5U, ihe said William C. Wa. ton sued out of the court of common pleas, with. and tor Ihe county of Monroe, and slate of Ohio, a writ of attachment against the 'tends, tenements, goods, chattel, rights, credit, mo ney! and effects of' the said John S. . Dilworth k Co., absent defendant, in an action of assumpsit. demanding therein Ihe sum of $09, damages, which said writ -waa afterwards,' at the October term of said court, A. D. 1850, returned served. Attest, :i . WM. OKEY, Cl'k M. C. P. Nov. 13, 186f.,-v";.'- rt i .!:!,,. nn AT my instance, an attachment was , this day issued by Henry Masoo, a Justice of 'the Peace of Centre township, Monroe county, Ohio, against the property of Asbury Gardner, a non- resident ot Monroe county. Dated this twenty third day of November, l50., ' :'"' Nor, !7.1tS50.., NATHAN HOLLISTER. ' DR. W. T. SINCLAIR Having -returned to Woodsfield, offers bit professional rtryfe' ce 14 tb citizen' bf the town and vicinity. k 'i. IMJUs is th raa bv U. Holland' Slert. r Correeted uteaklv for ilia Snirit ef DtmoerecA ?- .IC8I , -V. kJItTOiO ,U31'iM(KifT Branches at the fltate Bank, ... . 1 u. fat' a; BDk or Geauga, Painesviller u'7r nNsi Canal Bauk, Clevelanit) hnuci iol eJ,Ti,:.dei;o City Bank of Cincinnati.,, ,io . dt City Bank,1 Cleveland- Uh 'i.r l-noi.jg City Bank, Columbus ' do Commercial Bank of Cincidriad r Sf.'rwO "jit v??Bunllfyla'-, fL,! Mb fret Franklin Bank, Zanesvilje do Ssndusky City Bank, Stidutky'iil In JitHn'i o,b Stneca Countyf-Bank. Tiffin do WNtern Reserve Bunk, Warrhn,T iiri'V I OLD CHARTERED BANKS. , , Bank "of Cirdeville; (Hi Lawrenc, cashier) 'par11 1 Bank of Massillon, Maesiilon, jiw't iro.'ai'i dlil Clinton Bank of CoIuhibu ' ' do Lafayette Bank, Cincinnati & U Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Co., Cincinnati do0i( BANKS WHOSE CHARTERS HAVE EXHBED.' Bank of Chillicathe 1 ' ! '": . mt.t-puril Bank of Cleveland J;jS "rjf 'l" -n do;a Bank of Marietta ,''. d" Bank of Mount Pleasant1"1' 1f,! p.':.-yl'loia Bank of genu rfi wr y, , -,i Bsnk of Zanesville . . ' . ' 1 ' orf Belment Bank of St.1 Claifsrille " dtfi Columbiana Bank of New L,ishon ....... r j0 ,do Commercial Bank of Scioto, Portsmouth do I Commercial Bank of Lake Eiie, Cleveland do Farmer and Mechanics Bauk, Steubenville do Franklin Bank of Columbus: l. i !!.'! Kids Franklin Bank, Cincinnati , , do . . Muskingum Bank. Putnam i .-..! 7 ' ) )a do vnvAa,n pani t , Bank of Hamilton " 1 "' to di: : 50 iith) 70 di 0 dis ' Hank 01 Norwalk i .Utr '.) n :.i i-tt Bank of Sandusky Babk of Wooster Lilt iiy i ' All other banks either broken ol fraudulent, it COUNTERFjEITS;qN,9HIO RANKS. ' ; The following is a list ol .'ounterlells oii the sol vent banks of this State. We have) deemed : Hi 1 useless lo publish the counterfeits on those, bank whose charters have expired, or which have faiUd.' Bank of MatstllonX'e, vignette steamboat and a railroad cars, which is not ou the genuine. . ,; . 10's, new issue; unlike the genuire; Vignette " steamboat, s'oop' and ship under sail. ; v-;;:ir, City Bank of Cleveland, Cleveland 3j the if ure 3, across the bill is not distinct. "' ,; -' Clinton Sank of Columbus-mlQ't altered from 3's;: easily detected, i :. . r Commercial Bank of Cincinnati b"s letter A, beautifully executed, and likely lo deceive th . best judge. In the centre of Ihe note i a large ; figure 3, the medallion part of which, in the gen uine, i beautifully wrought, whilst in the coun terfeit, i( is faint and but partially formed. No tice also, that the female upon the left of the bill in the genuine haa a string of beads around) her ) neck, the counterfeit has no beads , " The genuine notes of the old bank of this name having been moatly all redeemed,' it will be best 1 lo refuse all notes dated previous lo 1845. ; . ' . Dayton Batik 6' letter A , regularly countersign-, , ed by the Register. - It is half an inch shorter than the genuine The flourish over the lett'r , "A" should be the same as oVer "No.'.' in th counterfeit it is just the reverte-J-engraving in. ' feriortothe genuine, v ;f,.,..4-. - ,,(, Franklin Bank of Zanesville, Zanesville. S', j leltt r A ; the figure 8 across the bill is very i- ' ! distinct. ' Lafayette BankVs vignette s steam boat; on the left an Indian holding up h right band.- ; , 5's, letter C, badly executed, Cashr'i name engr. ved whole face of the bill lighter than genuine.1 5's, let. B., vig. signers of the Declaration of Iflde."' pendence, most beautilully engraved, and good " paper, Gano, Cashier; Carlisle, Piesident. Ob- ., serve the head of Lafayette; in the genuine ther is a flourish or hair stroke, which is delicate and nearly touches the marginal border in which the head is encircled, whilst in the counterfeit il is coarse breaks oii abruptly, and lacks th 16tb ol an inch of touching. Notice also the flourish . above the word 'Caahiei' which, in Ihe genuine ' turns up and nearly louche Ihe word Cincin " nati whilst.in Ihe counterfeit it turn dotvn. t u: 10's, spurious. They have for a vignette a view e the ocean, and an eagle resting upon a shell. , 10's letter B, vignette an eagle standing in a car, '' wings expanded." The engraving good, but pa- per bad. The bank ha no such plates. m -,- 10 a spurious. The vignette is two children seat- i ed, on the right end a lull length portrait of Geb. , , La Fayette. Payable lo H. Peachen, Thoma String and other persons, and of different dale. -' The medallion head, with the word TEN stamp. ) ed on it is very rough and indistinct. -? 10's, letter B. dated Januaty 1st 1845. W. G. W. Gano, cash., with pale ink, u. lay lor Pre!. ; Paper rather dark, general appearance good. 20's, close imitation of genuine; let. B. dated Jin.' " 4, 144, pay O. Conaham the toes of the female ! in the vignette imperfect, and the right hand of, . the Indian on the left end of the bill imperfect.' 100's spurious. . The genuine bill have a red back,. , I Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Co.6't, spuri. , ous. vignette drove ol cattle and a locomo live and cars in Ihe distance, o - , Sandusdy City Bank 3's letter A. Description aDout the same as the description ot the counter, feit 3's on the Commercial Bank ot Cincinnati. State Bank of Ohio 6's, engraving coarse. The 1 bill contains the red back; and on the back of, the genuine it reads'State Bank of Ohio;' on 1 Ihe counterfeit it reads 'State of Ohio:' v j ,t t' S's, 5's and 10's, alt from l't and 2'; hold them up to the light and the alteration can be detected 100's, none higher than 50' issued. . : ; ' i ., l's, letter D, imitation of genuine, engraving.. r.niira annnrAntlv lithnvrnnhMff aiirnnfdrM II, ographed: filling and date veiy pcorly don. .y.r. S's, letter B payable at the Union Bank, Massil .,. Ion. Paper and engraving course. - - - '' S's, pooi ly done. - The head of Franklip on th left ( I end of the bill i bidly engraved and th left eye is omitted.1 ' -' . o....' : 10's, vignette a man on the left and a female on .3 Ihe right; railroad cars in the distance on th left; a large X in the centre of the vignett aa eagle at ihe . bottom. The words ';State Bank of Ohio" larcer than the eenuine. ' ' 10s, general appearance calculated to deceive', but ou examination ana comparison , with the genu-.; ing, will be found crude, and imperfect in de- tail. The prominent figures in the counterfeit,'',' are lacking in expression and careful minute-'" nets. ' Faces, hand, Implement, etc., id the'" central vignette, are . blurred and indistinct.- 'I Portrait of Gen, Harrison on left band end, ob-, r tcure and undecided; in tbe genuine the tigug is distinctly relieved from the back ground, the1'4 coat ahowing afar in color against it Th,R dog' head on the bottom, part; between ' the '! signatures, is rough andxoaf, and the scroll B containing the word ''Mutual Liabily" on ei th er side, aie faint, and smaller than th genuiDcr. The figure of Minerva en the right tide, Ik''' perhapt one of the best tests' of eomparisos; InVi th genuine, the spear if) tbe right hand, of, In j) figure, touches the letter T in Ten, abovej , while in the counterfeit it it midwty between the letters T. and E; ' and on the breast-plait face is distinctly seen in the centre, Tbe werd o Ten, under the figure, is pale and weak io sbaslwg ing, but dark and plain in the genuine. . . . t Is, variou branches; a good Imitation. .Detect' , by the star or areola (on the back) at the end or the bar anclosing the words rStio Bank J Ohio;" being set in the centre ol asquar block. .1 ; which is not so ill Ihe genuine. ... ' ; . . Western Rtsevvt hank 10's.Jetierl? (MuittV, Draper &' Fairman' ' plate, )K bidly xecnted. " Date unknown. Th worJs 'Western Reierva .i I Rank' r on th left, and 'Ohio', on .lha ria-ks handjnargint rm th genuine notes they rjht reverse. Signed Zalman Fitch. ,.''' - oTHEH BANK PAPEttiJ . Th brincipal part of the circulation In tbl ttiuif lion of the State, In iddiiioo to Ohiopsper, ia mdi the bnka,of Indiana, KeaHicky. Westarn. fnarB sylvan, and WhMlrg, V.. which PMseagenh- , ally at par.' ' Care sflonld be fafert in handlina-Isi. dfana and Kentucky ppr;sjh rMktrscr 'here knit ar atiaaarem '