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in OUTH'S DEPARTMENT, :vj i wig f,0C Spirit of Democracy, ; la Ambwxr to the Enigma op Last Week.-U JM"t:, Dtvjd Crocket-jVW of places, Dover, A va, Verde, Ivica, Dee, Cairo. taf-?as Ver, uorea, tUarla, Erie, Tver ,;TiIE ;SPIKlT OF DEMOCRACY. 'WPUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TERMS OP StJBSCfllPTlON: On dollar and fifty ceilt, per aIlmim if plljj m d;nce Otherwise two dollars will be requir- 1?, ,k",h,e P,0,uc wi" h 'ke' i" pavment. No paper will be discontinued, except at the op- ' lion of the editor, mull all arrears are paid. Ail letters and communication ent by mad muat be post-paid. 7ZT j JB PRINTING Executed with neatness and diapatch al tltiat Office, und at rcasonsble prices. !. :,: i:'.. s TERMS OF ADVERTISING: . For ,t. .square ,f. 2squares7 8 Column. : column. 1 1 column, 3 wks 9 I. 3 mo. 6 nios. 9 mo. 3. 5. 6 4. 6. 7. 7. 10. 13T 10. 15. 20. I year. 8 5 7. 16. ' - S. Ilollister, ; attorney: at M w. : ; . ,, Wood'fitld, Ohi. John VV. Oker, ! ATTORNEY AT LAW.' i Woodsfitld, Monroe County, Ohio. SAMUEL DAVENPORT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WoodMd. Ohio. Will practice in Monroe and the adjoining com lies. All business entrutted lotiii care will me with prompt stleiitiuu. Feb. 20 1851. Monroe Asricullural Society. The Board of Managers of the "Monroe Coun ty Agricultural Society" met at the court house on the 4th day of March, 1851; -agreeably to the reeolution pawed at the organization of the Sncie. ty. for the purpose of preparing a liat of articlea for which premium will be awarded at the first annu al exhibition. Tim following list was ordered to ne published the amount ol the premium to be tited at the meeting ol the Board on the third day oi me .uiy term oi tne courtol common plea CATTLE. ira nld I Wjm - r WJU. C. WALTON, A 1 1 o r n e j -a t Law, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. Offer hi professional services t hit numero Iriend and the public generally. Office npposi he Court House, Woodslield. O. 25 "" V T elve line, or lea, will be charged a tie equire. u; THE LAW OP NEWSPAPERS. . ... I. Subscribers who do not give expreat notice t the contrary, are considered aa wishing to con tinue their subscription. u . If Subscribers order the discontinuance of V .their periodical, the publisher may continue to .send them until all arrearages are paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodical! from the office to which they are di reeled, they are held responsible till they have Jelled the bill, and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribe! remove to other place without informing the publishers, and the nsnera urn innl the former direction, they .are held responsible ' 5 The cnurta have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing and leav ing them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of ' intentional fraud. r. S'; ' -fi ft'. ' COUNTING HOUSE ALMANAC FOll 1851. CO K a U9t .' -Jai?ay, : tr:-l - 19 February, & 2 In fits 5 12 March, V '. April, : 9 16 23 : 2 9 . 16 23 30 ' 6 13 20. 27 4 . 18 ' 25; I 1 .8 15 22 29 6 13 20 27 3 .. 10 ' 17 ..... ' 24 4?Er.TEMBER, ' 14 ' . 28 October, : 5 " 12 . .. , 19 26 November, ' .,. 9 16 .rr.V, 1 -23 , ; 30 DXCZMBER. i. 7 u1: id tj . Wat, s Am:- Avavst, : 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 3 10 17 24 .31 7 14 21 28 5 12 19 26 2 9 . 16 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 i 8 15 22 . 29 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 14 21 28 8 15 22 29 7 14 21 23 4 11 18 25 4 11 18 25 1 8 15 22 29 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 2 9 16 .23 30 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 2 9 16 23 30 a n c 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 5 12 19 26 2 9 16 23 30 7 14 21' 28 4 11 18 25 2 9 16 23 30 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 . 26 3. 10 17 24 31 s i a : a I ' & ;; 5 2 3 '4 9 10 11 16 17 18 23 24 25 30 31 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29 3 4 5 10 11 12 17 18 19 24 25 26 1 2 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 29 30 31 5 6.7 12 13 14 19 20 21 26 27 28 3 4 5 10 11 12 17 18 19 24 25 26 31 1 2 7 8 9 14 15 16 21 22 23 28 39 30 4 5' 6 11 12 13 18 19 20 25 26 27 2 3 4 9 10 11 16 17 18 23 24 25 30 31 1 6 7 8 13 14 15 20 21 22 27 28 29 4 5 6 11 12 13 18 19 20 25 26 27 Wt. r. HUNTER. ARCHIBALD ROI Hunter & Koss, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITOH IN RHA KPF.RV. WOODSFIELI), MONROE COUNTY, () A II business entrusted to either W. F. Hu (er, or Hunter it Koss, will receive prompt atte lion, as Mr. Ross will attend to the busineeadurii the absence of Mr. Hunter. Edn-ard Archbold, ATTORNEY Ic COUNSELLOR AT LAV Office oh Main Slieel. Wouti fieltt, a moat extensive collection of new and valua - ble books in addition to hia former Library. Woodslield. May 12. 1849. Jr. Alfred 13. Yoho, Respecfully tender his piofesiinnal service the citizen of Malaga and the surrounding ne ig horhood. H is office ia In (he room lormerlv nrr. pied by Dr. Davis, where he may be round at ; limes.except wneu absent on professional businei July 7, 1849. William II. Johnston, IORWAHDJNG & COMMISSION MED 1 CHANT, AND DEALER IN PRODUCI and Pittsburgh Manulaitures, No. 112 8ecoi Street, near Wood, Pittsburgh, la. Liberal cat advances made on consignments of Flour and othi Produce. nov 17-6i. John Liniger, CLOCKAND WATCH MAKER, Woodsficld, Ohio, Will repair clocks and watches in the best manne on the honest notice and most reasonable term THOMAS J ADAMS having located hii aell in Woodstield, will attend to repairii WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY, in the most salirfartory manner. By strict attei lion to business he hope to merit a liberal din of patronages April 2, 1S5I. - fcAfetPrlAil'Bealing. Ointment Bib's f SJ T ill M I f ii in T HE action whicJ dm -. Hi nui tsN, It realty acted like t charm." 1 hare no doubt of It virtue, and would chr.rfnllv . commend it to persons surlermr with di.arf npuoine numaii cuti- ele, demonstrates if ? gran;'. efficacy and g healing power It is JJthe first end only die- $ conery of kit external .3? JT P,eParaliun that has og? power fo restore the " lull." The akin h.;n lie mediiMi. mrough wince the blood drives oil it Impurities, is often locked no bv cold, wl.-nr. occuTAfumafiiMi, Croup, Cough$, Cold, Head- .., tt.., aim inousiiKi other cofiiplainis. Unstop the porea, and permit the humors to pass out, and a'.l these diseases vanish at once. This M'Alister's All Healing Ointment effects. For instance, in sick and nervous) lie.7t.,l. this Ointment is a sovereign remedy., y ' It has cured cases of live, seven and ten vear. lauding, some of fifteen and twenty yens, anil one case of FORTY YEARS aiamlin Fi i. hi. I i.i .ii .....i ..... .. . . r. . . j j..m .ii au.cinuis me uest remsroy lor bead- hviiv in ine woriu. v . with ointment h' Lung. Your, H. R. WILSON. M.D.' ror agent names see advertisement of Mc A lis- I, a .11 u.i: ' nii-neimg uiuiment. ' ( Ear-ache, deafness and. dizziness cured eu,uui success. Take again the Quiusv Sore Thrn.i n.,. night' application is frequently sufficient to c.re this comiilainl. But in no case win"ii fail vJ challenge the world on this point. jxneumalttm In all cases of swelled limh. contracted cords, pains and violent inllaminr. there is no remedy so god, we don't care what it is, or where it comes from. Herein this Ointment lobe found a certain remedy for rheumatism. Let the sufferer look to it. Asthma, orprntion of breathinz. Ilc In no class ol difficulties does the ointment give greuler 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 Hemorrhoids, or piles, we have been re peatedly told that it was the only article ever mide that would cure all cases of piles. And we an ready to believe it. The hrysipelas and Salt Rheum are overcome without the least difficulty. .Liver complaint we Imvc cured of twenty years landing, and we hesitate not to say that it is one of the best remedies known. Persona would be astonished to witness its effect. Besides all the above diseases, it is a sovereien remedy for all eruptions of the skin, sores, pus tules, blotches, &.c , rendering the face smooth and fur ever fiee from blemish. In all cases of inflimmatinns, swellings, cuts, bruises, and poi sonous wounds, It is a noble remedy. And as for duiiis, mere is not its equal in the laud. To allay pain, and remove the fire and inflammation, there is no compound in existence of such value. Be- ides, it heals the place without leaving the lightest maik behind Equally valuable is it for old ulcer sores and especially Sore Eves. Scald head, and diseases of the Spine, and of the nerves; also swelled or Sore Rrrasts, and Female com plaints. It is also a aovereign remedy lor Ague in the face, and Influenza. It is truly one ol the sa- AGENCY OF DR. FITPH'S j . Celebrated Medicines. Pulmonary Balsam, Drpuralive Syrup, t Pectoral Expectorant, Heart Co .rector, i Pulmonary Liniment. : Humor Corrector Pure and Medicinal Cnd Liver Oil, Anti Dyspeptic Mixture, Cough & Cathartic Pills, nervine, Female Pills, Veimifuge, Female Specific, 4c. Used by him constantly and with in. precedent- , A jd success in the treatment of - r Colds, tnughs, Consumption; Asihma, Heart Dis eases. Uyspepsia, hciofvils. Skin Diseases,. Rheumatism, Female Complaints, . PiieeY&f.fcc. ' iequateed Paleui Silver Plated Ab. proved Brace., . , 4v. Drl Fiich's Impr Spring Shoulder Brae VSilverlnhaling Tube. UATED G LECTURES V AND CURB OS truf the Heart, ice, wing health . :nriy. To the nnfy reaionable hope ,ienef. ' To ,. lers, the directions it give for the care and education of children are invaluable. 78,000 copies ol this Book have passed through thepresa, anj the sale continues unabated. For inle ty S. S. FITCH it CO., 707 Bnad way, JV'eui York; and by J. U. FLEM1JVG, Woodtjield OO-Dn. Fitch's Guide to Iavamdu. or Di rections to persons using Dr Fitch's Remedies, to be had. gratis, of all his Agents. may29ly SEVENTH YEAR OF THE OHIO CULTIVATOR. DEVOTED TO Agriculture, Horticulture and Domestic and Rural Economy. Published Semi-MoTilhly, IB pages large octavo: making a handsome volume i-f'iit pages; with title and iwlex at the end of the year; illus. traledwith numerous F.mghavimgs of improotd impltments and Machines, farm Stock ,ptans of Buildings, , Fences, &e., Stc. M. B. BATEHAM, Editor and Proprietor, Columbus, Ohio, Assisted by nhnut Two hundred Correspon dents most ol them Practical Farmers and Horticulturists, in Ohio and adjoining Stmes. The Seventh Volume will commtnet Jan. 1, 1651. j HATEFUL for the encouragement he has yr thus l.ir received, nd confidently anticipat ing a lar?e inereai, nl siihscrint icim for ih ,nm. fest and most valuable medicines the world ever insr vear. ihe Proprietor lake, nteisnre in inniutv. saw. No man regret purchasing this Ointment, be- ! ing'that the next volume ol the Cultivator will be v Ilj- Ma OB STATS STOCK BAMS. '49 ds A. I,' liank Note Table. Corrected weekly for tlti Spirit of Detttitriey OHIO Branches of the State Bank, INDEFtNnEKT Al11 Beuk of Geauga, Paioesville -uai Bank, Cleveland City Bank of Cincinnati City Bank, Cleveland ' City Bank, Columbus Commercial Bank of Cincinnati Dayton Bank, Dayton Fiankliu Bank, Zauesville . , Sandusky City Bank, Sandtisiy Deneca County, Bank. Tiffin " Western Reserve Bank, W air en OLD CHARTERED BANKS. Bank of Circleville, (H. Lawrence, cashier) "per Bank of Massillou, Massillon sU Clinton Bank of Colurtibus ' 4e '. Lafayette Bank, Cincinnati , . . . :loe , Oh'o Lire Insurance and Trust Co., Cincinnati d BANKS WHOSE CHARTERS HAVB tCBFlBBO. Bank ef Chiilicolhe ; . - -l i'k ol Cleveland . , d Bank of Marietta . ' Bank of Mount Pleasant ; . l i - iide Bank of Xema , ... , , . de Bank of Zanesville Brtinnnt Bunk ol St. Clairsville ; - -;'' ! Columbiana Bank of New Lisbon ' j . .'-Jde Commercial Bank ol Scioto, Portsmouth :d Commercial Bank of Lake Eiie, Cleveland '. de Farmers snd Mechanic' Bank, Sleubentril' :de SI Freights at Tuel's Landing THE subset iher is prepared to receive and ah all kinds of freights at hi old landing, . the Ohio river, opposite Sistersville, st the folloi mg rates: Tobacco, per hhd. . Salt, per bbl. Whisky and Molasses, per bbl. Box Goods, per hundred, 25 cts. April 16, 1851, DANIEL TUEL. Patent Medicines. Jayne's Sanative Pills Nerve II Bone Liniment KofT Anti-dyspeptic do British Oil Fry' Vermifuge M'Vicker's Einbracatien McLtne's do Godfrey's Cordial Taylor's strengthening Baleinan's Drops Plaster Liquid Opodeldoc American Oil McAllister's Ointment Perry Davis' Pain Killer For sale at Dbc.l I, IS3f. KIKK BRIDE'ai .l ..v. f Best variety of pears Best variety f plumbs 2d do I 2d do Best collection of grapes giown in the open air 2d . do do do FIELD CROPS. In the Court ol Com. Pleas of said County, In Chancery. 8TATE OF OHIO. MONROE COUNTY, en - . -James Martin John L. Johnston and - Thomas Algeo. Notrce is hereby riven to John L. Johnston. one of Waid : defendaut. who resides out uf the ititeof Ohio, that the complainant has this day filed It said, court his bill in chancery against said defendant, to foreclose the equity of redemption 'of said defendant in a certain mortgage made by said defendants, dated the 23d of June, 1848, upon (he fallowing premises, situate in said county of Monroe and state of Ohio, to wit: Lot numbered .C3. Mid the west half of lots numbered 17 and 25, ejsjj ff and 14. in the town of Sardia, with the im j pcof ernent thereon, and that unless the said de fendants appear and plead, answer or demur to aid bill within 60 daya after the next July term ( said court, that at the next term ol said court (hereafter ' ilid complainant will take said bill aa ltoejfessed, end move the court to decree accord, intly. ; , WM. C. WALTON, . ApB. 23.1851' Sol. for Compl't l . i l ii' Ok iTTACHMENT At my instance an attach .f. enent was this day issued by Thomas Martin, fjtq., Justice Of the Pesce within and fm the township of Franklin, county of Monroe, and slate ol Ohid, against the property and eflects of David Laxur. a non-resident of said county ' ' 7 AitU it, mvr V vym. R. JCEARJSs. " Land for Sale. The subscriber has for sale an excellent tract of land, situate on Little Fishing Creek, Wetzel county, Virginia, rontsimng 500 acres, upwards of 60 acres pf which la cleared and under cultiva. lion. There is also on said tract an orchard of the very best selection id fruit trees, which are now bearing. It also affords a number of excellent springs; and lying as it does within some 7 or 8 miles of the Ohio river and the county seat of said county of Wetzel, it is one of the most desirable ocatious in the county, both a a grain growing and stock farm. For particular inquire of Jeremiah William living no Litll Fishing Creek, above saiu tract. Aug 21, 1850. EVAN C WILLIAMS. Survejing. FJHE services of the undersigned, County JL Surveyor of Monro County, can be bad at all time, except when engaged iu the discharge of his official duties, by calling at his residence near Jamestown, in Adams township, or by ad-dres-ing a letter to him al Rocky-Narrow Post office. Feb. 6. 1851 JOHN ADAMS LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Pott Office at Wondtield, Ohio, on the first day ot April, A D. 1831, which if not taken out within three months will he sent to the dead letter office at Washington City, D. C. Beat crop ol wheat, not lees than 1 acre 2d do Beat crop of corn, not leas than 1 acre 2d do Best crop of oats, not less than 1 acre 2d do Best crop of potatoes, . not less than It acie 2d do WINE Best gallon of wine the pure juice of the grape 2d do do du The Board of Managers have not decided upon the time when the first annual exhibition will be held; but will probably fix on an early day in Oc tober. Premiums on crops will he awarded at a laterperiod B. HUGHES, Pres't. Jas. K. Morris, Sec ry Best 1 acre of timothy hay; the crop to be weighed in October or November 2d dn Beat j-2 acre of tobacco Zd do Best acre of clover seed 2d do Best acre of iimothy seed 2d do ause he feels he will be benefitted and not de ceived. Good always comes from ita use. Let the people then seek this medicine and abide by it, for it never deceived anybody yet, and we be lieve never will Grand Depot 141 Fulton St. JAMES M'ALISTKK. A. it S. Hendry, Ashtabula, General Agents for Ohio. ALSO by E. M. Morris, Woodslield, Morris &. Mitchfi.l, Antioch. Pollock Cautrr,&. Co Chuington. Wm. Stkkl, Stafford, John M. Howand, Summerfield, J E. &. C. A Bo id, Carlisle. Hanks 6l Pancoast, Jamestown, Talbot fc Wermick, Malaga, John Koomz, do Isaac Welsh, Beallsville. W. & J. Myers. New Cattle. Pktkr Donn, Miltonsbiirg. Mills. Iams & Dana, Marietta. E. G. Morgan, St. Claiisvilte. Israel Greens:. McConnellsville 6, S50.-4rn Nov. Cash for Produce. The highest market price will b? paid in CASH for KiK, OA IS, FLAXSEED. GINSENG, BEESWAX. DHIED PEACHES, APPLES AND HOPS; ALSO WELL-WOOLED SHEEP SKINS. KOX. AND PRIME K A COON SKINS, WILD-CAT AND 'POSSUM, at our Store, MALLORTS CORNER, Claringlon. R. CHASE & CO. W710R SALE, by the barrel, a choice article of ' RECTIFIED WHISKEY. at Wheeling uri ces, freight uulv added. R. C. &Co. Acker, Samuel A minors, Henry Agin, Dsvid Heaver, Daniel Beaver, Catherine Binwu, Geo. W. Brary, John Brock, Anne Eliza Bevans, Mr. Btdenharn, J. F. Beach, John Cohrau, John Cronan, Samuel Cuinelon, John Devaul, Zenss Davison, Miss Elhs, Chas P. Kllia. Chas Estill, Edmund Karliwine, Jacob Flick, Michael Guthrie, Catherine Green, Hannah ' Gallauar, John Gallanar, George G.llaher Grainy, Caroline Mis '.eist, Johu ' Gray, Susan B. Miss Miner, Solomon McCaminon, Robt. Miller, Catherine Morris, Samuel McGee, Nancy Michaels, Jam Morris, B. H. McCammon, Rebecca Miller, Michael, (Ger man) McFadden, John Mori is, Mis Mary ' Miller, Samuel Newel, Jsme Oiborn, Thntna OxIy.Joel M. Phillips, Rev. Jeremiah Piatt, Simon Payne, laaiah ' Piper, Nicholas Ruble, Isaac Esq. Roase, Michael Hickey, William Skinner, D. Stebbins, Mr. C. M. 8river, Evan Schorl, Benedict (Otr- snarl) Steel, William llaney, t van, or David Smith. Miss Naucy Clme Scarborough, Joseph Hamilton, Jscob Smith, Isaac . " Keaihral, John Smyth, John Keimey, Joseph To the Heirs of. Lieut. Knight. Janiea Richard Talbolt of A- Lionard,Neiheart,(Ger- tnerican Revolution Twinum, Charles Thorn, James C. Wolf. Mr. Peter ' Workman, Isaac White, Mrs. Msry J. : Welmaii, Albert E. -Wallers, Joseph 1 man) Long, Jacob 11 ' ' . Luke, William J. Lowe, Isaac Lilshaw, Charlotte, 2 Lnyd, Mrs. Hannah ' Lainr. Randolph, Lup'.on, Mis. Elizabeth Young, Isaao ii'-. " .s yockey, Mr. - -Persons calllnt? for said letters will pitas say tby are advertised. - '. i .' Aprils, I". VU04fc, JT, M, Notice, Jacob Tisher, Martin Voegtlv and Elizabeth Voegily his wife, Elizabeth M. Uretschy and i-ouisa iistier win take notice, that a Petition was filed against them, on the 14th day of March, A. D. 1851, in (he court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, by Samuel W. Noll and Mary Anne Noll his wife, and is now pending, wherein the said Samuel W. Noll and Mary Anne hi wife demand partition of the lollowing real estate, situate in Monroe county, Ohio: begin ning st a red oak in the section line, and with it 123 rods o a stone, thence north S deg. east 66 rods to a buckeye one half rod on the r.otth side of the run, thence down the run uu the bank thereof parallel with the meanders thereof, 31 and 44 hundredth rods to a beech on the bank of the run at the mouth of a small gut, thence north 65 deg. east 3 and 68 hundredths rod to a beech, thence south 48U deg. east 10 rod to a beech, thence south 73 deg. east 10 rod to a beech, thence south 81 deg. east 11 and 82 hundredths rods to an oak, thence south 68 deg. east 7 rods to a white oak, thence south 47 deg. east 6 and 80 hundredth rods lo a white oak, thence souih 42 deg. east 10 rod to beech, thence ouih 40 Jeg. east 16 rod to a beech, thence south 65 deg. east II tod to a cbesnut, thence south 42) deg. east 12 and 76 hundredth rod to the place ol beginning; containing 27 and 87 hundredth acre. Alio, the following tract, beginning at a atone on the bank of the Ohio river, corner ol the land of Jacob Bare, thence west 'with hia line 250 rod to a stone, thsnce north b3 rod and 5 leet to a stone, thence east 250 rods to a stone on the bank of the Ohio river, corner of Tidier and Booth; thence south with the river 83 rod and 5 feet to the place nf beinning, containing 130 acre. And that at the July term of said court application will be made by the said Samuel W. Noll and Mary Anne hi wife tor an order that partition may be made of said premises- . :. ' SAMUEL W. NOLL, and March 19,1851. ' MARY ANNE NOLL. JOSEPH CARPENTER'S ESTATE -No-lice is bsreby given that the auhscribers have been appointed and qualified a Administrator ol the estate of Joseph Carpenter, late of Mai. roc county, deceased. s - CORNELIUS SULLIVAN '. JACOB- WINEMILLEK, Adm'ts. April ,1S1. . Dr, llogcrs' COMPOUND SYRUP OF Liverwort and Tar. THE HISTORY OF THIS MEDICINE is briefly told. It is prepared mostly from a Re ripe fuinuhed by the late distinguished Professor itogers, altei many years of investigation and research, and is the one employed by bim in his own practice, and tliat occasioned his uuparallel led success in curing nil complaints ol the Throat and Lungs. For four years past, the proprietors have been putting tip l)r. Rogers' Compound ayrup oj jsivenoon anil Tar, in Cincinnati, Ohio. From this point, it has been distributed extensively over all the western and south weal ern states Hence the reason why so manv of our Certificates are dated at Cincinnati, where the medicine is best known, and has been most fully tested. I he first year, its sales amounted only to about 4,000 bottles; but such was its ss- tnmshing success in curing the complaints for which'it is recommended, that it soon acquired an immense popularity, and the present year its sates win exceed ou.utiu Dallies. Nor is the demand for it confined to the west ern slate It reputation is spreading over the whole Union. Although it hue never been adver tised at all, or even nffeied for sale iu New Eng land, the proprietors have this day received an order from Bangor, Me. A few daya since, they received one from Lowell, Mas also one from Palmyra, N- Y, and another from Columbus. Geo. And it is because the demand for this med icinerom abroad is so great that the proprietors 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 rea and radically cure the incipient stages of Consumption A PHYSICIAN'S TESTIMONY. lkttf.r trom h. r. wilson Pulmonary Consumption Cured. CO" Dr. Wilson 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. HEAR WHAT HE SAYS. Patriot, Gallia Co. Ohio, Sept. 1,: 1851. 09- Dr. Rogeis' Liverwort snd Tar. This medicine has recently come under my observe lion, not because I sought for it, hut merely by sccident, viz., in the case of the lady ol the Rev. H. Wiseman, whose family physician I have been for twelve year, during the whole of which time Mr. Wiseman has been in feeble hsahh, and un der medical treatment, the main difficulty in her case being weak and diseased Lungs. Her cough gradually grew worse, and early in the spring of 1845, her situation became alarming. I attended her carefully, and employed all the known reme dies ot Therapeutic, which only gave partial re lief. Mr. Wiseman had become emaciated and worn down, all the symptom of pulmonary con. umption appearing present. I wa compelled at this period to leave on business, and Mr. Wiseman wished me to obtain a bottle of the Balsam of Wild Cherry, thinking il might palliate her symp tom dm ing my absence. But when iu Gallipoli. beloie I had fulfilled my commission, I accident ally cast my eye upon a notice of Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar, and it occurred to me that ii any medicine would aecure the object proposed, this would do it . I bought a bottle, and sent it 10 tHeUdv. and after reveial daya' abaence.'to m iienisbmsnl, the declared hare If ejnert well; much improved in appearance, a well as in the character ol its contents; while in price and gen eral form it will remain unchanged, and be issued twice a month, as herelofote. The sixe of the pa per will be somewhat increased, and It will be printed with new and beautiful type in the best style of the art so that in its dies and appear ance, the Ohio Cultivator will compare favorably with any nf its Kastern cotemporaries. In addition to the increased experience of the Editor, and a greater number nf talented corres pondents, it is his intention shortly lo employ an able assistant lo act as TRAVELING F.DITOH, wlin will spend most of his tune in visiting the readers of the paper at their farms and firesides, and writing notes of his observations, v ilh prac tical hint and suggestions, lor the columns nl the paper. This arrangement, together with the lair that all (he articles lor it pages are written or eir lected with special relerence to the wauls and col cumstancea. as to soil, climate, be, nf the peo ple ol OHIO and adjoining States, cannot fail to make this paper of greater practical valu to them than any other periodical of the kind. "OUR OWN OHIO." Will ever he entitled to our first regard: and most heartily du we rejoice to know that our labor thus tar to tier behalf have been instrumental m a it a kening a spirit nf improvement among her farmers which is already producing highly beneficial re' suits. Cur diant Slate, with her boundless natti nil resources, and over two millions of inhabit a"ls. is beginnine; lo awake to the sense ol hei high destiny. As evidence of this, we refer to the rapid progress of Railroads and other public improvement to the filty Agricultural Socie. tiesuiganized within the past five years, and espe cially to the magnificent STATE FAIR, which may justly he regarded as the commencement of a new era in the progress of Agriculture in Ohio. We appeal then with confidence to the friend. of improvement in Ohio, to HELP ON THE WORK by inducing as many as possible of vour inenos ana neigiioors to join wun you in subscrib ing for the OHIO CULTIVATOR This will be sire to increase the number and usefulness of Ihe County Agricultural Societies, and also awaken more interest in behalf of . ANOTHER AND BETTER STATE FAIR. Which will uudoubiedly take place another year. a nou id tne increase ol subscribers be sufficient to warrant the expense, it is the intention of the Editor Iu spend a month or two in England the coining summer, to witness Ihe ei ent event of ihe age THE WORLD'S INDUSTRIAL FAIR, and write extended notes lor the benefit of his readers at home; also In take a survey of the nrn. gress of agricultural improvements m that coun try since ins visit there ten years aso. Should he not he able lo go himself, the readers may rely on finding in the pages nf the Cultivator, extensive notes on the World's Fair, from Ihe nen of a del. egate fioin Ohio, and friim other reliable sources. A large portion of our columns will continue to be devoted to Agriculture and Horticulture, in tneir piactical details, and as much ol science and theory relating to these arts as is consistent for a work of this kind. Notice will be taken of new discoveries and inventions, carefully distinguish ing between those of established utility, and those or a uoiiui character, and especially avoiding or exposing the numerous species ol ths genus hum- oug, wincn are becoming a sore pest to fanners. 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No subscriptions received for less than oneyear, and all must commence with the first number of a Volume. : ;t : i Letters enclosing current bills, in accordance with the above terms, may be tent withnnt pay ment of postage. B careful lo write names of persons and places distinctly and give the post office, csuuty and State. . Address M. B. BATEHAM. Columbus. 0. CAUTION.-Whereas my wife Elitabelh has lelt my bed and hoard without any just cause or provocation, all persons are hereby warned not to trust or harbor her on my account, as I am de termined not to pay any debts of her contracting, rk. 181. DAVID KIN. Franklin Bank of Columhua -'- 'nr.ielst Franklin Bank, Cincinnati ; wde Mechanic and Trader' Bank, Cincinnati , d Muskingum Bank, Putnam BROKEN BANKS. . ' " Bank of Hamilton ' 'Itdi BanW of Norwalk . 50 di Bank or Sandusky . 70 die Bank of Wooster ' 80 di All other bank either broken ot fraudulent. COUNTERFEITS ON OHIO BANKS." The following is a list o) .ounterleiit eu thecal vent banks of this State. We have deemed' il useless In publish the counterfeits on those bank whose charters have exoired. or which have failed. Bank of JUamllonl's, vignette steamboat and railroad cars, which is not oil the genuine. 10's, new issue: unlike the eeuuine: viznetle a steamboat, a'oop and ship undersail. CtlyBank of Cleveland, Cleveland 3'. the fig ure 3, across the bill is not distinct. ' , : Clinton Bank of Columbus Wi altered from I'; easily detected. Commercial Bank of Cincinnati J' letter A, beautifully executed, and likely to deceive the best judge. In the centre of ihe note is a large figure 3, the medallion part of which, in the ( uine,is beautifully wrought, whilst in the coun lerfeit.it is faint and but partially lormed. ' Ne lice al.o, that the female upon the left of Ihe bill in the genuine has a string of bead around bar neck, the counterfeit ha no bead The genuine notes of the old bank of thi nam having been mostly all icdeemed, it will be best lo refose all notes dated previous to 1845. Dayton Banki't letter A, regularly countersign ed by the Register. It is half au inch shorter than the genuine The flourish over the lell'r "A" should ba the same as over "No." in the counterfeit ii is jnsi the reverse engraving in ferior to the genuine ,;. Franklin Bank of Zanesville, Zanesville , lell-r A; the figure 8 across the bill i very ia distinct. ...... V'fayene BankVt vignette a Steam boat; sa rh left an Indian holding up h.s right hand. ' , . 5'e, letter C, badly executed, Cashr' nam engra ved whole face of the bill lighter than genuine. 5', let. B., vig. signers ef the Declaration of Inde pendence, most beautilully engraved, and good paper. Gano, Cashier; Carlisle, PiesideuL Ob serve the head of Latayetie;in the genuine there is a flourish or hair stroke, which i delicate and nearly touches the marginal boitUrin which the head is encircled, whilst in the counterfeit it ia coarse breaks oil abruptly, and lacks the 16lh ot an inch of touching. Notice also the flourish, above the word 'Cashiei' which, in lb genuine turns up and nearly touches Ihe word Cincin nati whilst in ihe counterfeit it turns down." 10's, spurious. They have for a vignette a view el the ocean, and an eagle resting upon a eherT. 10's letter B, vignette an eagle standing iu a car, wings expanded. The engraving good, but pa per had. The bank bar no such plate. i 10's spurious. The vignette is Iwe children seat ed, on the right end a full length portrait nf Gen. La ray el le. Payable lo H. Peachen, Thomas) Siring and other person, and of different dates. The medallion head, oil Is the word TEN stamp ed m, it is very rough and inrtistrnrl. - .t 10's, letter B. dated Jwmaiy 1st 1845. W. G. W Gauo, cash., with pale ink. G. Taylor Prest. Paper rather dark, general anneerance rood, i 20's, close imitation of genuine; let. B. dated Jan. 4, 1944, pay C. Cotvahan: the loea of the female in Ihe vignette imperfect, and the right hand el the Indian on the lelt end of the bill imoerfeet. 100' t urinu. The genuine bill have ared back. Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Co. 5', (pttri. oua. v igneite a drove ot cattle and a locomo tive and cara in the distance. ' Sandtistly City BrrnA-3's letter A. Description anoul the same a the description ol Ihe counter feit 3'a on the Commercial Bank nl Cincixnat. State Bank of Ohioi's, engravtkg coarse. .The mil contains tne ted back; and on Ihe back of the genuine it reads 'Slate Bank ol Ohio; et Ihe counterfeit it reads -Slate of Ohio :. : 3 , 5' and 10's, e Ii from ' and 2's; hold them up to the light aud the alteration can be dtlectttt ' 100's, none limber than 50's issued. 1 , letter D. imitation of eeuuine. , course; apparently lithographed; srgnatnre lith ographed: filling and dale ve v urorlv dons. 5', letter B payable at the Union Bank, Massit Ion. Paper and eneraviuir cnuraa. . . 5'e, pom ly done. The head of Franklin on the left end of the bill is bidly engraved and tbe lelt eye is omitted. -. t JO's, vignette a man nn Ihe lelt and a female a Ihe right; railroad cars iu the distance on lb left; a large X in the centre of the vignette an eagle at the bottom. The word "State Bank ui vino larger man tne genuine. ..r-'? 10. general appearance calculated to deceive, but on examination and comparison rrith the genu, ing, will be fouud crude, and imperfect in de . tail. The prominent figmeein Ihe coatnletfeil are lacking in expression and caiefnl sninete. ne. Face, hands, implements, Vc, m1h central vignette, are blurred and indistiaclMk. .. Portrait of Gen. Harrison en left hand end., a acure and undecided; in the genuine Ihe figure is distinctly lelieved from the back ground, lb coat showing dark in color against it r Tbe dog's bead on the bottom pad, between the signature, is leugb and coatse, and the ecrolkt containing the word Mutual Liabity" Mb r tide, ate faint, and smaller than the gsnmnsJL Tbe figure ol Minerva on the right d,-i perhaps one of tbe best test of comparrsea; ka the genuine, the spear in the right bead bl i'hw figure, touchee the teller T in Ten,, to; while in tbe counterfeit it i midway brfwe Uu letters T. and E; and on the brrast-pfato 4 face is distinctly seen iu tbe centre. Tb ware Ten, undenhe figure, is pate and weak steal ing, but dark and plain in the genuine, la. vavioue beanche; a good imitation. Defeat by the star or areola (on the back) at the end taf the hat enclosing Ihe words "Stat Bank-! Ohio;' being aet in the ceatteol a sqaara black, : which is not m in the genuine. . ... v" Western .Reserve tami It's, letter D. (Mamaryv, , lVauer fc Farraiaa'a plate.) badly eaecaiesJa, .Die unknown.: The worJs 'Western Reserve Bank' are on the left, and 'Ohio' oa .be right ana margin; on me genuine note taey are a reverie Signed Zalman Fitch. so at Th principal part of the cuculaioaia ihMaa. lion of the Stale, in addition to Ohio paper, -.ia -at the banks el Indiana, Kentucky. Weeterse Perm. aylvana, and Wheeling, Va., which pastes gtaer any M par. vara aneuta ee taken in handling In diana and Kentucky naner. a th cantaBaaiaa Ihe Hake are Bueaeaaea. j w v r ii I. ir "