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i t J4 raj, n' i r . a i The Servian Charge notified the Porte that Servia would remain neutral in the ; vent ol a war. " .The Pacha of Egypt sends Rouchadh . Bey as commissioner to the New York Ex hibition. ; - By the overland mail we learn that the "United States expedition comprising the Susquehanna, Princeton, Plymouth, and Saratoga! sailed July 3d, from Shanghai for Japan, followed by two Russian frig- , The Susquehanna and Saratoga had touched at several islands and distributed ' live stock. They had also touched at the island of Botion, where the Commodore purchased ten acres of land in a fine har bouror a coal depot. -, .The Chinese revolution still extends, but there has been no decided action. -. It is reported that the Cholera is spread- ".- ingto the English ports from France. v The Hungarian regalia is, to be lodged in the Vienna museum. V..,N: " The King of Prussia has concluded not to go to the meeting of the Emperors at v Olmutz. .V . ! l' ' Letters from Maderia say another min isterial crisis is ooming on in Spain.' ,--i'- In private political circles the propriety of deposing the Queen is freely discussed. ' The Paris Payes states that the French - government entertains confident hopes that the Turkish difficulties will be settled without an appeal to arms, and the Patrie 'adds that the Emperor will not under an' - circumstances commence hostilities. ' . Paris, Tuesday evening.. A telegraphic despatch announced that Austria declar ed that circumstances will no longer per ' mit her to act with other powers. . Instrue- - tions have been forwarded to M.De Bruck to assure the Sultan that he must accept ( the first note unmodified. 'The confer ' ence at Vienna now consider affairs at Constantinople as very critical. ; V Paris, 20th The harvest in Brittany ' ; is favorable. The Brest papers announce X. ' considerable fall in the price of corn. "' A. terrible accident occurred - on the . Bowdaus and Paris Railroad, five persons ' were killed, and many wounded, and three engines mashed. r Mr. Soule left last evening for Madrid. . .- In breadstuff's the market maintains an upward tendency. ' : 1 ;"v. '' -. " ' , ' For the Spirit of Democracy. 5 Teacher's Institute. : The first annua meeting of the Monroe v County Teachers' Institute, will be held in ' Woodsfield, commencing Oct. 24th, 1853, cnd ' will continue its session during the . week .The committee of arrangements have secured the services of Mr. T. C. .'4 Bowles, an experienced teacher of Cin cirinatt, to superintend the exercises. The "Institute will also be addressed by sundry teachers, and gentlemen of othef.profes- aions, who h ive received a collegiate edu cation. . -, -,: An invitation is extended to all the teach ers of the county; and also to teachers of ' other counties, aqd to all who are friendly to the cause of education. The commit tee are aware of ihe difficulty, in securing the attention of teachers on such occa sions. Heretofore in the primary meet inga of "The Monroe County Common . School Teachers' Association" but com paratively fw teachers have been in at tendance. ; ' It is now expected that a larg . number will be present during the session of the Institute;: as ; it has received the sanction of the Slate Legislature.. Teach ers' Institutes are regarded of such im portance by our State .Government, that . , provisions have been made that whenever . forty teachers resident in the county signi v their intention of holding an Inbtitute. by paying any amount not exceeding fifty 'dollars into the hands of the County Com . miss'ioners, it then becomes their duty to ' appropriate, from the State funds, twice - the amount paid over by said teachers, for the purpose of defraying the expenses arising front holding said Instituted The object contemplated by Teachers :-k tnstltutes is "the elevation of the inlellec Jual attainments of the" teacher, and by "this means an elevation of the whole sys -em of popular! education. - This can be V Accomplished by conferring together and consulting upon the best methods of teach ingt gleaned from close observation and . . long experience in the important vocation, nd thus throwing around the fraternity, a ' holy band of brotherhood, a mutual inter ?. est in the advancement of the physical. moral,' and intellectual, progress , of the -world, to the destiny assigned if by its .Creator. ,V.Mn composed of two essen tial elements. The one a particle of dust -'.caught Vp from the earth; to which it must - aoon return. ; The other a spark of divine . intelligence the.image of thVgreat crea- , or, destined to live co-extensive with God himself. And it is the business of the -teacher to cultivate these -elements espe ' cially lhe latter the immortal, the etcrna m attribute of our nature, so that it may shine -.eternally In the realms of everlasting bliss j VYill any teacher, then, in the oounty, -'ainnece8sarily absent himself from this ; meeting of the Institute? ;' Let every one ' ay, no. Let every , one turn out and we will have a most glorious time; . The com mittee do not expect that the objects con- ; templated by this association can be ac . vcomplished, as desired, during its first ses- sion; as the whole subject is new to many ."'teachers.' However teachers may be as " Viured that they, will be amply compensa- ted for thair attendance. It is hoped that female teachers will consider. themselves " included in this general invitation. Let every teacher reflect much upon this sub jeot, and arrange his business so as to be .in attendance, and come, well prepared to . deliver a cood lecture suitable to the occa - aion ' CojceI The progress of the age ) demands your presence, on this occasion ' Durinz ' the ' paat "year more ' than . sixty Teachers Institutes have been held in this State. And let us not be .behind the times ' in this important matter. But let the time honored 4 profession of teaching be fully and creditably representea. r k U- ?fV. C, KNIGHT, :SQ.i CLARK. V, - ,:,jXlT, W. WHEELER, : '; ''&n. Committee of Arrangements. Received on Subscription To the "Spirit of Democracy," for the week ending Saturday, Oct. 1, 1853. John Kent, Jackson, . SO 38 John Gifiin, Salem, . 50 Reuben Smith, Summit, 1 50 Elijah McMahon, Adams, 1 50 Robert Cooper, Malaga, 1 00 ANNOUNCEMENTS. The usual fee of $1 will be expected to accom pany each announcement. The. names will be arranged in alphabetical order. SENATE. &3 We are authorized to announce , , , THOMAS MERRILL, Of Guemaey County, as a candidate to represent the XlXth Senatorial District in the General As sembly of Ohio. OCT" vVe are authorized to announce the name ot JOHN HANNDM, Of Guernsey county, as a candidate to represent the XlXth Senatorial District in the Geueral As sembly of Ohio. - - BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. ' CO We are authorized to announce the name of PETER B. ANKNEY, Of Guernsey county, as a candidate for Member of the Board of Equalization lor the XlXth Sen atorial District of Ohio. . REPRESENTATIVE. $- We are authorized to announce the name o THOMAS MITCHELL. Of Perry township, as a candidate for Represen tative in the next General Assembly oi Onto. " . SHERIFF. GCJ-We are authorized to announce the name of LEVI LUPTON, Of Malaga townjhip, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff. r ; , CO" We are authorized to announce the name of . GEORGE W . CARItOTH ERS, Of Center lowusbip, as a candidate for the office o( Sheriff. ' - ' ' ; TREASURER.. Mb. Editor: Please announce the name of . .. SAMUEL BLOWERS, As a candidate for County Treasurer, aubitct to the decUioa of the Ballot boxes of Monroe County. :- '. - WIS FRIENDS. $- We are authorized to announce Ihe name of THOMAS McMAHON, Esq.. Of Adams township, as a candidate for the office of County Treasarer. ,. ; , (tcj- We are authorized to announce the name of LEWIS SHIPLEY, As a candidate for the office of County Treasurer. COUNTY SURVEYOR. Understanding that at the Pjpular vote elec tion, iu my absence to Indiana, it was warmly urged by my worthy . opponents that I was going to Irave the Uounly; which might have been the ca.-e, hut boding an only bi other deceased, if 1 am elected I will locate in or near Woodsfield to itischaree the official duties and to educate mv children. I therefore will be a candidate for Coun ty Surveyor at the eusuicg election. ' JOHN ADAMS. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. CtJ- We.are authorized to announce the name of SAMUEL DAVENPORT, As a candidate for the office of Prosecuting At torney . Special Notices. Examination of School Teachers. THE Board of School Examiners will hold meeting, for the examination ot Teachers, as follow: . . A , t Stafford, the 4th Jind Sth days of November. Anlioch, the ltth and 12th . Clarington, the 18th aud 19th ' At which placea applicants for certificates must at tend and be examined, as no certificates can be granted except at advertised meetings, and no other meetings will be held the preseut year. Applicants unknown to the Board must not for- get-to have, certificates of character from reliable persons known to some member of the Board, ' - An additional day has been assigned t each place, from tne fact that one day does not afford ime enough to examine a class in the different branches required by law; Applicants must be in attendance by 10 o'clock of the first day of examination,, or they will not be examined. - The Board, from necessity, are compelled to enforce this rule. Those wishing certificates for the higher branch es will be examined on the same days, but at such times as may be convenient - (rt-Remember these are the last meetings for 1853, and the last chances to get certificates. By order of the Board, . 'w JAMES MITCHELL. Sept. 28, 1853. - Cltrk of Board let DR. GUYSOTT'S EXTRACT OF YEL LOW DOCK AND SARSAPARILLA is a sure remedy for Hertditary Taint, - Thousands of individuals are cursed with griev ous complaints, which they inherit from their pa rents, .The use of the Yellow Dock and Sarsa- parilla will prevent all this, and save a vast a- mauut bf misery, and many " valuable lives, for it thoroughly fxpelsfrom the system the latent taint. which is the seea of disease, and so takes on the curse by which the sins or misfortune of the pa rents are so' often visited upon the innocent off pring.. ....... - - Parents owe it to their children to guard them against the effect! of maladies that may be com tnunicated by decent, and children of parents thai have at any time been affected with Consumption. Scrofula or Syphilis, owe it to themselves to take precaution against the disease being revived in there. Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and Saisaparillais a sure antidote in such cases. 03- See advertisement Nervous Headache. . Dr. W. B. Sloan Sin I have used your Oint ment in my family for a very severe attack of nervous headache, which physicians have always failed to remove. It has also frequently relieved me of the rheumatism and of toothache. Several of my neignbors have beeo cured by it of the same complaints, and one of a pain in the side of long standing I consider it the most valuable Oint mentis use. L. W. DI5HKU. Gainsboro, C. W.. April 20, 1851. - ' See Sloan's advertisement in another column. Drs. Person & Watkins OFFER their professional services to the citi zens of . Woodsfield and Jamestown, and their vicinities. .. ' : ' 1 ' Dr. Pjcrsow may be found either at his office, opposite J. A. it G. H. Davenport's Store, or at Driggs's Hotel, Woodsfield.). - . Dr. W atkins's office is at his residence, iu Jamestown. ..." . . , . : All critical cases will receive the prompt atten tion of both Drs. Person ft Watkins. Oct 6,1853." - --' -, Farm lor Sale. nnRE subscriber wilL offer at Public Sale, on r JL the premises, on the 28th day of October, next, the well known farm, situate in Adams township,' Monro county. Ohio, formerly owned by Andrew Walters, containing about - - teo acres; About one hundred acre of cleared land, with two good Orchards, fcc. A further description U deemed unnecessary, as purchasers will doubt less view the premises. Terms one third cash, the balance in two annual payments, with inter. est Sal to take place at IS o'clock , M , on said Oct, 5 i ; ; t. -i j.ii i'-f Cheap Fail and Winter &OODS ! THE subsciber has just received a New Sup ply of Readj-Made Clothing, of the Latest Styles, which he will sell at very low prices By all means call and examine his Stock before purchasing elsewhere, if you want to get good bargains. CLOTHS A NDCASSIME RES Of superior styles and finish, for sale at low prices, and will be made up to order, or sold by the pat tern. He is also prepared to do good and fashionable work for his numerous customers at reasonable prices. M. BURGBACHSR. WooDsrtELD, Oct 6, 1853. Guardian Sale. BY virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, made on the 27th day of September, 1S53, 1 will, on Saturday, the 29th day of October, 1853, between 10 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. m., ot said day, offer for sale at public auction, the remaining portion of thai farm lately owned by David Giay,(now deceased,) and situated in said county, there being now about fifty acres of land, lying in section 35, township 5 and range 5, Sale to be made on the premises Terms of sale: One third cash in baud, one third in one year, and the residue in two year?, with in terest from the day of sale, to be secured to the sat-i-faction of the undersigned. Said premises will be sold subject to the interest of John Tipton therein, being the uudivided fourth part thereof An excellent opporlunijy this to secure a good farm ou reasonable terms. ASA GARRETTSON, Guardian ol the minor heirs of Oct 5, 1853. David Gray, dee'd. 25 Reward ! ! ON Friday, the 16th inst., the subscriber hired a dark bay mare about 8 years old, between 14 and 15 hands high, with a little white ill her forehead, collar and saddle maiks, and a natural pacer, to a man calling himself FOSTER, and representing himself as a hog diover from Athens county, Ohio. - He wore a white, Liw-crowned, wool hat, dark sack coat and gray pantaloons, and was to return the mare the same day, but ho has not been seen since. A reward of TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS will be paid for the apprehension ot the mau and the recovery of Ihe mare. MORRISON CHAMBERS. ; sept 23. - Near Jacobsburgh, Belmont Co. Call at the Sign of the Big RED t? BOOT. CDIEHL is just receiving by far the largest and best assortment of BOOTS and SHOES ever brought to this market, and which he is determined to sell at Reasonable Prices. Call and examine his large stock before purchasing else w lie r- . c . ' CUSTOM WORK will still be done in the neatest and best manner. OCJ-Superior Sole Leather also for sale. Woodafield, Sept. 28, 1853. E H. Atkinson, TIN AND SHEET-IRON WORKER, WATER STREET. TWO DOORS BELOW THE POST OFFICE, BUNFISH. OHIO. E1 71 VERY THING in the above line made to order. TIN WARE constantly on hand and tor sale wholebalc and retail- , Persons wishing anything in the above line would do well to s;ive him a call. September 28, 1853. One Cent Reward. RAN away from the subsctiber about the first of May last, an indented apprentice to the Blacksmithing business, by the name of John Catdktt. about 16 years old, a medium size, and a very bad boy." Any person who will re tnrn said boy to me, at Calais, will receive the above reward, and the everlasting contempt of the subscriber. Any person harboring said boy will do it at their peril. JOHN H. GOODHART. Sept. 23, 1853. Administrator's Sale. N Saturday, the 29th day of October, next, at the door of the court house in Woods- field, Monroe county, Ohio, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., the under signed will sell '.he undivided half ol Lot No 45 in said town, subject to the dower estate of Mi nerva Hamilton therein. ' Terms, down, J in 6 months, in 12 months, and in 18 mouths, with interest. Deferred payments to be secured to the satisfaction of JOHN HAMILTON, Adm'r of Wm. R. Hamilton, dee'd sept 28, 1853 ATTACHMENT. At my instance an attach ment was this day issued by Eliel Headley, justice of the' peace of Adams township, Monroe county, Ohio.' against the goods, chattels, stork, or interest in stocks, rights, credits, moneys, and effects, of Margaret Mobley, a non-resident of said county. JACOB DAVIS. Dated September 21, 1853. . ATTACHMENT. At my instance an attach ment waa this day issued by Eliel Headley. a justice of the peace ot Adams township, Monroe county, Ohio, agaiust the goods, chattels, stock, or interest in stocks, rights, credits, moneys, aud effects, of Margaret Mobley a non-resident of said county. ' JOSIAH PERKINS, Dated September 21, 1853. kwiHERIFK'S SALE. By virtue of a writ ol 3 Venditioni Exponas issued from the court of Common Pleas within and for the county of Mon roe and State of Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public outcry, at the house of Pe ter Witten, in Jackson township, in said county, on : Saturday, the 8(A day of October, 1&3, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. ro., and o'clock p. m., on said day, thp following describ ed personal property, to wit: One sorrel stallion, known by the name of Sharrowtack, ten years old; and one bay horse twelve years old; taken in execution and levied on as the property of Peter Witten and Thomas Witten. sept. 28. $1 00 M. MORROW, Sh'ff. THE W EE iv LY STAR. AM EXCELLENT FAMILY AND WASHINGTON NEWSPAPER. Price $1,25 per Annum. ALLACH & HOPE,. Proprietors of the Washington City Evening Star, will is sue the first number of their WEEKLY STAR on the first Thursday in September, 1853. Terms: $1,25 cents per single copy. To Clubs, five copies for $5,00: ten copies for $8,00 twenty copies, $15,00; cash, invariably in ad vance. - - v The WEEKLY STAR will be Minted on double theet, and will contain more information coneercins; what may be going on in Washington than any other tan newspapers in the country ; al so, interesting family and miscellaneous reading &c.',&c. The proprietors aim to make it a journal which shall be absolutely necessary to every one who desires to know what the Government is do. iiig. or contemplatiiw, iu all its branches. It will be rich. racv. and rare, without forfeiting its char acter as a newspaper which will be acceptable in every family circle. The unprecedented success of their Daily Evening Star warrants them in saying lhal their Weekly will be the b st. most interesting, and cheapest journal of the kind in the country. All orders, postage paid, accompanied by the money, will be promptly attended to. Fractions of a dollar can be sent in postage stamps. , Address, W ALLACH et HOPE, J Proprietors ot the Star, Washington city, D C. ' teV Postmasters throughout the country ere authorized to act as Agents. ' tO- Country editors riving the above throe in sertiima. and callin attention lo it editorially, Will be entitled to twelve month' exchange with the Daily Evening Stat. , Mpt. 21 3 w, 6 Dozen Christian Hymn Books, Latest Edition, for sale, at Hass Temperance Meeting. At a mass meetiug of the friends of Temper ance, neia in the court-house, in woodsnelu, August 18, 1853, Rev. A. G EWING, of Sa lem township was called to the Chair, and C. Hark, of Summerfield, and E. Hbadlkv, of Jamestown, were appointed Secretaries. N. Hollister, moved that a Committee of five be appointed by the Chair to prepare resolutions for the action of the meeting. Whk-h motion prevailed and the Chair appointed N. Hollister, John Stephen, Thomas Mitchell, Isaac Welsh and J. M. Kirkbride said committee. On motion the meeting adjourned till 16 o'clock. P. M. 13 o'clock, f. m The President called the house to order. The meeting was then adJressed by Judge Davenport; after wnich I be committee appointed for (hat par pose reported a series of resolutions, which on motion of Joseph Morris, were taken up and acted upon separately. After considerable discussion, the resolutions were amended and adopted as follows: , Resoleed, That by the adoption of the present Constitution of the State of Ohio, the people have, by a decided majority, declared that the use of in toxicating liquors, as a beverage, is an evil that should be remedied by legislation. Resolvtd, That in our opinion the legislation heretofore had in the State of Ohio, for the avow ed purpose ol either regulating or reine'dying the evils of intemperance, have proved wholly inade quate to the wants aud necessities of the people of the State. Resolved, That in the action of the late Legis lative Assembly of this State, we have ample proof that said Legislature signally failed in ac complishing the object petitioned for by the people. Resolved, That it is a right of the people to se lect such Representatives for the General Assem bly as in good faith will endeavor to carry out the wishes and will of their constituents, on the sub ject ot Temperance. Jteaoloed, 1 hat the evils and calamities that grow out of the use and sale of intoxicating li quors, as a beverage, are so oppressive mid des tructive in their effects upon all clashes - ot the State, that it becomes the solemn duly of the peo ple of the Stale to make this question pai amount to all others at the coming election. Resolved, That. thorough organization of the fiiends of Temperance, throughout the county, should be immediately had. Resolved, That it is the interest and duty of the Democratic party, in this county, to select known temperance men, for all offices of every kind. Resolved, Tht in case the Democratic party. of this county and Senatorial dmtrict, fail to se lect reliable temperance men at their coming Con ventions for legislative offices, that then it will be come necessary for the friends of Temperance to nominate suitable men. Resolved, That the end and object of our organ ization is to obtain, as the law ol the State of O hio, such legislation as will effectually prohibit the use and sale of intoxicating liquors, as a beverage. throughout the Mate. Nathan Hollister. 1 J .to M Kirkbrids, i Committee John Stephen, on Resolutions Isaac Welsh, j The following additional resolution was offered and adopted: Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be published iu the "Spirit ol Democracy" unt'l after the October Election, and the editor be com pensated for publishing the same. On, motion the meeting adjourned A. G. EWING, Chairman. Eli el Headlv, Charles Har(,$ Secretaries. Splendid .Bargains. THE subscriber offers at private sale, at very reduced prices, the following valuable prop erty, situate in and near the town of Miltuns burgh, MoiiToe Co., Ohio: A lot containing two acres of land, on which is a Tannery containing 12 lay-aways, 2 limes and 2 baits; also a young orchard thereon. - Also, 2 lots in said town of Mlltonsburgh, on which are erected two dwellings one a cottage, the other a two-story frame house. Also, a back lot with a frame stable 26 leet square, with room for 12 horses. Also, a lot ot 2) acres adjoining said back lot. Those desirous of purchasing such property would do welt to call and see it. Sept. 7, 1853. WILLIAM HOBAUGH. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue or a writ of Venditioni Exponas; issued- from the court ot Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale, at public outcry, at the front door of the court house in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, oo Wednesday, the I2A day of October, 1Sj3, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m-, and 4 o'clock m. of said day, the following lands and tene ments lying and being in said county, o wit. All that parcel or lot ot land situate lying and be ing in the town of Clarington, in said county, and known and distinguished as a part of lot number 75 on the said town plat, to wit: The south east cor ner of said Lot No. 7a, aud extending hfty in trout on Ferry street and running back from fiont lo, rear forty feel, so as to contain two thousand square feel of land; also the following real estate adjoining the town of Ridgeville, iu said county, aud bounded and described as follows.commencing at the north west corner of the south west quarter of section No. 23, township 2, of range 4, thence south to lutersect the street line of the lots of said town, thence to run with the street line 11 rods and 8 feet, thence 120 feet a north east course with the line of said lots of the town aforesaid, and thence west 12 feet an east course to run with the west end of Jacob W inland's house to the Hue of Jacob Pittman'8, and from thence to the place of beginning, containing four ac es of land, more or less; also the following: a part ot section 23, in township 2, of range 4, being all that tract or land lying north of the said town of Ridgeville, bound ed on the east by the lands of Wm Pitman, on the north by the lands of Jacob Pitman, and on the vest by the lot sold by Henry Kyser to John V. Ferrel, and on the south to run a parallel line from the line of Wm. Pitt man west with the north line of said town of Ridgeville, containing 10 acres more or less; also the following tract in section 23, town ship 2, range 4, commencing for the same at the south west corner of a lot deeded to Henry Kyser by Jacob Wiuland, lbence with the section line south to the corner of said Wiuland'a land, thence east till it will intersect with the old line on the west end ot said town of Ridgeville, thence to the street line, and thence to the place of beginning. containing two acies, more or less; also the follow ing tract, to wit: thirty acres off from the west side of the south east quarter of the north east quarter of section 29, township 2, range 4; also the north east quarter of the sou th esst quarter of section 29, township 2, range 4, containing 4U acres more or less; also the following town lots in said town o Kidgeville, being LotsNoa , 3, 4, o, . 10. and 16, as appears by the plat of said town: also the fol lowing tract, being a part ol the north ea?t quarter of section 6, in township 4, of rsnge 5, lying on the north side of Sunhsh creek, adjoining lands of John Sprague and Ferrel, supposed to contain one acre, more or less. . Taken in execution and levied on as the prop erty of John P. Ferret at the suits of Hampton Smith bl Co , and Michael t loyd. Sept 7. $8 12 M. MORROW. Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of 5 Venditioni Exponas aud two Awards of Ex ecution issued from the court of Common Pleas of Monroe county. Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale, at public outcry, at the front door ol the court house in the town ot Woodsfield, in said county, on Wednesday, the 12A day of October. 1853 between the hours of 10 o'clock a m , and 4 o'clock p m, of said day, th following lands and tene ments lying and being in said county, to wit: ' The north half of th north west Quarter of sec tion 35. townshio 1. of ranee 4. containing 80 acres Alio, the north west quarter ol the north east Quarter of the same section, township ani range, containing 40 acres Also, the south west quarter or the south east quarter of the same sec- lion, township and range, containing 40 acres, Taken in execution and levied on as the prop erty of Milton Dungan et al., at the suits of Na than Hollister, McCry & Ihistle, and vvm. McCoy &, Brothers. M. MORROW, aept?. $2 75 ' -. - ' : : Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order of al in Attachment, issued from the court at Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will ofier for sale, at public outcry, at the front door of the court bouse in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, on . Wednesday, the llth dan of October. 1858, between the hour of 10 o'clock a m, aod 4 o'clock p m.of said day, the following lands and tenements lying ana oeing in said county, to wit: The north west auarter of the north west quar ter of section 81, in township 4, of range 5 Also Lota Noi. 28 and 29 in the town of Malaga Also tb south east quarter of the north, west quarter of section 8, in township 8, of range 4. ; Ordrd to b sold in the cue ol Wm- Lamping Co. against Samuel H. Guthrie. ; -" - j .'wpt 7 ; $t 25 y : M- MORROW, Sh'ff. (jJHERIKF'S SALE. By virtue of a writ of f9 Venditioni Exponas issued from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public out cry, at the front door of the coart house in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, on Wednesday , the 2iA day of October. 1853, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m, and 4 o'clock p m, of said day, the following described lands and tenements, lying and being in said county, to wit: The north eat quarter of the north west quar ter of section 34, township 1, of range 4. Taken in execution and levied on as the prop erty of Wm. H Bell et a!., at the suit of McCoy & Thistle. M.MORROW, sept 7. $2 00 Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an Award of Execution issued from the Court of Com mon Fleas ol Monroe county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale, at public outcry. at Ihe front door of the court house iu the town of Woodsfield, in said county, on Wednesday, the 2ti day of August, 1853. between the hours of 10 o'clock a m, and 4 o'clock p m, ot said day, the following described lands and tenement?, lying and being in said county, to wit: Lot No. 12 in the town of Jamestown. Taken in execution aud levied on as the prop. erty of Joseph Moore at the suit of Gilbert McCoy sept 7. 91 10 ai. moukow, Sh tt. CiHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a writ of A Venditioni Exponas issued from the Court of Common Pleas ot Monroe county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public out cry, at the front door of the court house in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, nn Wednesday, the 12th day of October, I8o3, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m, and 4 o'clock p m, ol said day, the following described tends and tenements, lying and being in said county, to wit: Lots Nos. 35. 3G, 37, 38, 39, 3, 4, 5, and 6, in the town of Graysville, in said county, which said lots are appraised as follows, to wit: 35 at $32, 36 at $16, 37 at $366, 38 at $130,39 at S16, 3 at $55, 4 at $?, 5 at $5, and 6 at $5. Taken iu execution and levied on as the prop erty of Thomas Finney at the soit of Resin Lewis. sept 7. $2 25 ' M. MORROW, Sh ft. . WASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE By iTJL virtue of a mandate to me directed from the couitof Common Pleas within and for the coun ty of Monroe and State of Ohio, in the case of Robert Boyd against J. & A. Sinclair and others. will be offered for sale at public auction at the duor of the court house in said county, on Wednesday, the 2th day of October, next, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m, and 4 o'clock p m, on said day, the following des cribed tracts of land, situate in said county, to wit: The west half of the south east quarter of section 31, Township 4 and Range 4, containing 73 acres anii 3d hundredths of an acre Also the west half of the noi'th east quatter of section 31, in Townrhip and Ranee 4, containing a acres ana k hun dredths of an acre, except thirteen acres sold to Archibald Barcus ou! of the north east corner ot said half quarter Also ue south eat quarter of section 36, Township 3 and Range 4, containing 56 acres and 39 hundredth of 2 acre, (.except 74 and 37 hundredths cf an acre sold thereof! by Philip Noland and wife to William Alexauder,) bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at the .south east earner of said quarter, thence west 160 poles to a black oak: thence noitviou poles to a stake near a white oak; thence cast poles to a stake; thence south 3 degrees west 14 poles so a stake; thence south 8 degrees east 42 poles to a stake; ilience south 22 degrees cast SO poles; thence south 11 degrees east 35 poles; thence south 30 degrees east 13 poles and 5 links to the Sunnsh road; thence south 59W; degrees east 25 poles and 11 links, thence south 75 degrees east 5a poles, thence north o4Ji degrees east 17 poles and 3 links to the sjcti'in line; thence south 14 poles and 11 links to the place of beginning, con taining 82 acres, which said above described prem ises will be sold in parcels as described and for cash in hand or so much thereof as wilt be suffi cient to discharge the claim due to the Ohio Life Insurance and Trust. Compeny secured by said premises. Also, by virtue of said order in said case will be offered for sale at the same time and place in man ner aforesaid the following described tracts of land lying in the county aforesaid, to wit: The south west quarter of the north west quarter of section 30. Township 3 and range 4, containing 40 acres; and 28 acres in the south eastquaiterof Ihe north west quarter ot section 30, Township 3 and Range 4 Also the south half of the north east quarter ol section 36, Township 3 rind Range 4, containing 78 acres Also 63 acre of land in the west ha!f of the north east quarter of section 30, Township and Range 4, with all and singular the appur tenances belonging to said premises; which said last mentioned tracts of land, with alt that may re main of the first desct ibed tracts after paying the said claim of the Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company, will be sold on the following terms, to wit: One-fourth ctsh in hand, one-fourth in six months, one-fourth in twelve mouths, and one fourth in 18 months, the extended payments to be secured by approved security. Wm. OKtlT, Mas. Com. Sept. 7. 1853. $8 37 - Mon. Com. Pleas MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE By virtue ot a mandate to roe directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, in the state ol Uliio, in the case of Isaac N. Meal against Joseph A. Holmes and others, there will :ie otter ed tor sale at public auction, on Wednesday, the 12A day of October, next, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m, on said day, the following described lands and tenements, situated in the county afore said, to wit: All the north half of the south west quart r of section 13, in Township 4, of Range 6, except what the said Holmes sold and deeded to David Blair and Richard fc William Scott Also all that tract or parcel of land beginning for the same at the north west corner ol the south east quarter of section 13, in Township 4 and Range 6, thence east to a beech tree on the bank of the Clear lork of Muskingum, thence nearly south lo a stake at the end of a division fence, thence east of touth by said division fence to a stake, thence east to a beech sapling, thence south to a straight sugar tree which is blazed, thence south of west to an elm on the bank of the creek, thence west until it strikes Ihe line on the' west side of the quarter, thence north to the place of beginning. containing eight acres more cr less, except what said Holmes sold and deeded to David Blair, ex cept also the following tract sold and conveyed by said Holmes to John T. Taylor, to wit: A part of the north west quarter of the south east quar ter, beginning for the same twenty-four rods east from the north west corner of said lot, thence south three degrees east twenty rods to a stake. thence south thirty-nine degrees east twenty. six rods and 15 links to a stake, thence south five de grees 7 links to a beech, thence south nineteen de grees east eight rods to a sugar tree, thence west 30 degrees south ten rods to an elm, thence west 10 rods to the ceuter of the road, thence along the center of said road to the north line of said lot thence east 10 degrees one rod to the place of be ginning, containing five acres more or less, and if the said premises, with the exceptions and reser vations aforesaid, will not sell for a aufficient a- mount to pay the amount due on the decree in favor of complainant, and the costs of suit and in crease costs, I will then sell th said five acre tiact last excepted, to satisfy th same :. Wm. OKEV, Maa. Com Sept. 7. 1853 S6 37 . Mon. Com. Pleas. M WASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE By If JL virtue of a mandate to me directed from the court of Common Pleas within and for the coun ty of Monroe and State of Ohio, in the case of Jacob Abegg vs. Michael Fagert et al. will be of fered for sale at public auction, at the door of the court bouse in said county, on - Wednesday, the ltth day of October, . next, between the hours ot 10 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m, on said day, the following described tract ot land, situate in said county, to wit: Lots Nos. 65 and 63 in the town of Antioch. ... Wm.OKEY, Mas. Com. sept 7, 1853. $1 75 Mon. Com. Pleas. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. By virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, in th Stat of Ohio, in the caa of Vachel Barnes against Jacob McMeeken and wife, will be offered for sale at publio auction, ' at the front door of the court bouse in said county, on " - Wednesday, the V2th day of October. 1853, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a m,and 4 o'clock p ro, on aaid day, the lollowing described real estate, situate Iu said county, to wit: - The south east quarter of the touth east quarter of Section 11. in Township 2, of Rang 5, con taining 40 acres, jnor or less. Wm. OKEY, Mas. Com. ept 7 $2 00.. -: v Mon. Com. Pteaa. i Mackerel for . sale at t June a '-. r j: ' KlRKBRIDE'S. ; BLANK- DEED8 AND -MORTGAGES FOR SALE AT TUI3 OFFICE, v ' , Probate i otice. 5 mTOTICE is hereby givert (Hat the final settle H ment accounts of the AdmuiisTFarors, Exec utors and Guardian of the estates of the following persons, have been filed in the Probate Court oi Monroe county, Ohio, for settlement: Final account of Noah Rucker and Catharine Rucker, administrators of Lemuel - B. Rucker, dee'd . ' i- Final account of William Goodhue, administra tor of William Goodhue, dee'd. Final account of John Keyser, adm'r of Eleza beth Jeffries, dee'd. . u Partial account of Jonas Shuman, Guardian of Philip Shuman. ' Partial account of Thomas McCaslin, Guardian of John Fulton, a lunatic. r - The above accounts will be for hearing on the 24th day of October, next. . ELIHlJ MORRIS, Sept 21, 1853. Piobate Judge. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. Lewis Ballzell, Hatter, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of W oodfield and vicinity, that ha has com menced the Manufacture of HATS, ol the best finish and of (be latest styles, which he will sell at moderate prices. ' All iu want of GOOD HATS, will please give him a call. : j All kinds cf furs will be taken in exchange for his woik His shop is in the next building south of H. Mason, Esq. Woodsfield Aug. 31. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE By virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Couit of Common Pleas of Moiroe county, in the Stat of Ohio, in the case of John F. Bidenharn against Henry Fiber and others, will be offered for sale at public otrtcrv, at the dour of the court house in said county, on Wednesday, the V2lh d .y of October. 1853, between the hours ol 10 o'clock a m, and 4 o'clock p m, of said day , the following described real estate. situate in said county, to wit The north east quarter of Ihe north east quarter of section 21, in township 5, of range 6 Wm.OKEY, Mas. Com Sept. 7. $1 87 Mon Com. Pleas. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. By virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, in the case of Samuel Glover against J-hn 8. Heald and. e-thers, will be offered for sale, at pub lic auction; at the door of the court-house iu aaid county, on . ' . - Wednesday, the 12A day of October, 1833. between the hours of 10 o'clock a m,and 4 o'cldck p m, of said day, the following described real es tate, situate in the County aforesaid, to wit: Lot number eleven (11) and fraction?! lot num ber twelve (12)riu the town of Clarington. Wat. OKEV, Mas. Com. Sept. 7. $1 87 Mon. Com. Pleas. Notice in Attachment. Horace Holland, ) A T my instance, an attach against m. ment as issued nn Ihe John OJell. ) 7(h day of this month, by Joel F. Randolph, a justice of the peace of Centre township, Monroe county, giHist the properly and etltcls of John OJell, a nun-resident ot said county, for the sum of twelve dollars; which was returned on the 12th inst , and by said Justice con tinued Jfi!1' the 22d day of Octo;;r, 1833. : Uuted this I3th day of SoptCinber, 1833. ' Sept. 14, 1853. HUKAth IIUIJ.AAU. Valuable Farm for Sale. TH AT well known tract of land lying about 3 miles east of the t.iwn of Wood-field, known as the Daniel, Wilson farm and recently owned by Frederick llukill. is offered for sale. Ihe tiacl contains over 200 acres, about 100 of which ait, leared. It has also two bearing orchard, and comfortable building It is a very desirable prop erty, and w lit be sold on leasonable term " For particulars inquire of Harmon Hukill, in Centre township, or of Wm. G". Perry. Woods- held. J CjFF EKSUItt HUKILL. STATE OF OHIO, MONROE COUNTY. In Tint Court or Common Tut: as. -In Partition. ': A COB HECK, of Monroe County, Ohio;Juhu I Heck, John Neptune and Mary Ann his wile. nd David Slack ami Catharine his wife, of Noble County, Ohio; Fredeiick Heck, and Jam -s Sloan and Susannah his wife, of the State of Missouri; Levi Wheatly and Lydia ins wife, nf Belmont County, Ohio; and Witliam'Heck. of the Slate of lo WS will take notice, that on the t "tit tray of Au gust, 1853, Thomas J Cora and Margaret Coen, his wife, of said County of Monroe, tiled in said court a petition demanding thai partition be made. according to law, ol the lollowing described real estate of J.din Heck, late of said County of Mon roe, deceased, to wit: ' Lots number twenty-three (23) and thirty-four (31) in the Town of Malaga, iu said County ol Monroe; and that saul petition will be for hearn-g at the next 1 erin, commencing on Ihe second Vednesday rl Uctooer, next. JOHN SINCLAIR, Attest: Att'y lor Petitioners. James Mitch kll. Clerk C C. P. M. C. O Aug. 17. 1853. GREAT XU31XS1)T I CELEBRATED FAMILY OIXTMEST Mdi, Safe, Tkanufk and thm rrealeat External Remedy ever used, Jt it composed of Vegetable Bxtratts and poetesses potter unequalled in th annalt Medicin for the cure of Inflammatory Diteattt. It la universally acknowledged to be an infallible remedy, in avary case where it haa been faithfully applied on the human ay stem, for promoting Insensible Perepiratioo. am1 ia invaluable in all diseases of the flesh. Obstinate Ulcere, Old Sores, Chilblains, Sore Throat, Bums, Cuts, Cutaneous Eruptions, Sore Nipples, Sore Breast; Diseaaea of the Eye, Ague in the Face, Rheumatic Pains, Contracted Cords, Pain in the Side, Back and other parts of the system. Scald Head, Bruises, Fresh Wounds, Piles, and erery kind of ao re containing the least particle of- InBaminalion are permanently cured by this great remedy. - ." HK ATiTNQ VIRTUES. ' ' " It la a net. authenticated here, as well as all ever th State, and indeed tb whole western states, that S loan's Medicines have obtained a wide spread celebrity, and re putation, to which they are justly enUUed by their "kemtnf virtu," and powers. We are not among these who are prone to endorse every patent humbug that cornea along, and in this instance have delayed our endorsement until we hare been able to make assurance double sure, not only oy testing them personally ourselves, but froro the test! many of a nummerous portion of the community Uvaag around as. Illinois Oloto, April 13, WBO. SLOAN'S Horse & Cattle Medicine. He Medicine to use has accomplished noma Btttt, srawnrs Cams, and given so Vnimmal SmtufmeUmn in ever variety and stage of disease, or that has so trtn aad mmd tmtUrn &', Otnmnent and CtmdUiat Pottdtr. Th Qiiaaaiia-ia swiftly superceding all other Ointments and Liniments for tbe cure of Fresh Wounds, Galls of al kinds. Sprains, Bruises, Cracked Heels, Ringbone, Wind galls. Poll Evil, Callous, Spavins, Sweeney, FUlula, Sit Sast, Strains, Lameness, Band Cracks. Foundered Feet Horatchea or Greaae, Mange and Ilorae Diatutcr. . Tkt Caas'iran Powder will remove all iuflammaOoa fix Lwr m,rtf h Mnod. kxMen the akin, cleanse the watt and strengthen every nut of tiie body ; and haa proved a sovereign remeay ror we wimwuig uw.. ntnnv. HtiU Bound. Loss of Arroetite. In ward Strains, Yellow Water, In flam ma lion of the Eyes, Fatigue from hard exercitei also Rrieumattae, (ecomonl) sailed stiff com plaint.) which proves so ftl mn' o k . in thia eountrv. It is also a saft) and cemn. teasadr Ccnahs and Colds, which eoenu so man) Thmmncdles sotfav. and thm Ctov, If a dt TrdTSerpwula-.nd a of gtifkmai OrmdDrtt,4QtB 9L. Wemgm, .'. FOR SALE BY s ' ' - - J. .A. 6s Gi Bv Davenport, Woodafield Armstrong, Mooney & Co., Beallaville; John Koontz, Malaga; . ;; Miles & Son, Somerton; . : :J , , W P. Sloan, Genesee Block, Buffalo; William Buchanan, jr., Lewiaville; : . W, V. Gould, Traveling Proprietor. f 1 Dfe GoysoU's imprwed Extract ct Yellow Dock & Sarsa parilla IS NOW PUT UP W TE LARGEST SI2 ed bottles, and is adHtowreiisjed- ttr b lb best SARSAPARILLA mad. i is certified by tb Wonderful Cures it has performed, th original copies ot which are in th prsseasion f th pro prietor. Remember, this is the only TRUE and ORIGINAL article. - - , - The medicine,' when ud ccorBlnf t direc tions, it... :! 8W!V.'' WILL CURB. WITHOUT FAIL Scrofula or King Evil, Cancers, Tumors, Erup tions of the skin, Eryestpelas, Chronic sore eyes. Ringworm or Tetters, Scald bead. Rheumatism, Pain in th bone or , joints, old sores and Ulcers, ; m ysl .... v. wellin fth glands, i. -t Syphilis, Dyspep-- aia. Salt -Rheumi' Disease ' 1 1:..' of KidAeys, lose of n. ' : - r . petite, disease arising from the use ot mercury, pain in the : side and shoulders, general debHlty. . - Dropsy, Lumbago, Jaundice tisdCovKve. .. nee ' ' Let all those who wuh to purg ftr blood from tbe impurities contracted from the free indul gence of the appetite during the winter, aud to prepare ine system to meet summer rptaeenice, re sort row-to "Guysott's Extract of Yellow Does, and S rsapar.lU,'r which is proving itself an anti dot lor many of the most malignant disease that flesh is heir to, mf will never be disappointed; for in this remedy the public faith be never waveraxl i.ever earn wafer, for It is founded on expert ence, just ss their want of faith in other and spuri- ( ous compounds is also founded on ljjriene They fly from mineral nostrums to seek bop, life, and vigor from this purely vegetable remedgy therefore, however broken down in baalth and spirits, however loathsome to nnnlf aud other, let no on despair of recovery Let tb patient only understand that hi bop of physical rtn ration lira only hi "Guy son' Extract of Yellow Dock and SrsaparilU' and persuade him, tat -his ItCeV sajus, to try it, and w bav no hesita tiost kt prv8 ;ting has speedy restoration to health. Blindness cured by the use of 01 Ouytott's E tract of Yellou) Dock mi SarsaparillmS Fairvicw, Butler Co., Pa-'. June 14, 1851 Mr. Jjht D Parky-Dear Sin I wish to s at that your excellent roedicm,- "Dr. Gnjrsou . Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsapasilla," haw completely cured my son, aged svn years, of an aggravated case of sor eyes. From May ti I September, four months, h wa confined to a, dark room, under the car of a skillful physician, -w!id consulted able counsel. He cootmiwd worse for two months, when lie became) entirely Wind. His eye were so highly inflamed, and a-vry sensitive- llmt, when covered with seven fold of dark silk, he would scream with pain caused by the light ot a candle. He had no apptit4ia4 ' . taC'en o ffi'ich powerful and offensive medkinn that I coulJ neither coax nor (ore him to takn ' nnr,. He was reduced to mern skeleton, anal I despaired ol ever returning" hi sight or health About that time, I saw your invaiunbte- wadi cine ad vert'ned as a remedj far (ore eyeY Cawed by scrofula, and your agent ia this plK, Job Scot', Esq . recommended if to SM highly. . . I purchased a bottle aud' gave it to my ou. -a could see but little alteration in him -for two or ' three weeks. He then began to improve rapidly, aud before he had taken another bottle his eyes -were completely cured. ' 1 " . (Signed) WM C. CASP8ELL. . I do heieby certify that I em acquainted with Wm. C. Campbell, and have seen his son when : he wos in the condition represented by him, aatal . have seen him since, and know that lit it sow in ' ' good health.--', ... .-tt - (Signed) " ' i JOHN SCOTT."' - ' Erytiptlas enreil by tke. us of Dr. Quysatt't Extract of Yellow Dock and Sats- tpmrUlm. , i . . Scott Town Hrt, YAWDxnarona Caw, 1 , ; , Indiana. J.ily tb,1853. J J. D. PK re Sin It I wh grt pleas ure I writ you about the very happy e&cta of ' your "Dr Guytott s Extract of YcUout Dmekmmd ' S rsaparilla" upon my tlaughtr, who ha been ... suffering under that dreaiful disease Erysipelas, with wl.ich sh was attacked in 1818, and she wa att nded by some of our moat skillful physician . fo. ovr eight month perseverfngly, without any beneficial effect whatever. . She became rtluced to a perlect skeleton. She had nlcere Jrom hf . shoulders to her knees, which continually dis charged oftemiv matter. Her phyicia pro nounced her esse hopeless, and beyond thsj. reach .. of medicine. My neighbors aad myself thought her dissolution iiear at hand Oaa of sty anigh. v b T: insisted on my trying "Dr. Guyortre tract of Yellow Dock tmd Sarsapanlltr" si last reso t, for as all of our Physicians kakfgwm her - tip, there could be no detriment in it. 1 consent- ed lo do so, more from a restl dettm to de omething for my daughter while Hi lasted, than from any hope of getting relief. So I commenced using tbe modkhie according to directions, and to my great astonishment sh commeocrd Impror " ing, and before she had used three bottle sb we abbs lo sit upright in bed. Before sh bad need eight bottles sh was able to walk nub- Sh need in all twelve bottles of Or. Gnysott Extract or Yellow Dock and Saraaparilla." which restored her to perfect health, in December, 1852. Saai now entirely free from any vestige of th complaint""-'" ' : -;. . '' - ' Yours truly,' ' D. IV M Attain . Pries, 91 per bottle. Six bottle for 5. i - v Sold by : JOHN D- PARK, . N. E. coiner Fourth and Walnut streets, Cin cinnati, Ohio, to whom all orders mast he eddr-. ed. - .: - ; ; . - For sale by , J. A. & O. H. Dntenport, Woodsfield; U. IS Kotiebue, Malaga; Pollock. Carter & Co., Sunfish; M. P. Miles. k Son, Somerton; Cotton & Buell, Marietta N ; V -i -e ?S'f Oct S, 1853. . -.. ; ,, .... FOR Ihe instant relief and rapid eur mfAsti- p ma. Consumption, Omsk, Coids, Homrso. ness. Croup, and all ditordtrttfth Lmns ani attest. -. - v , - A SLIGHT C OtO f BfE KOTX1E3 OT, GOIISUXtrTIOlCe Let hot those complain of-being bitten bv a--. reptile they have cherished to maturity in their . very- bosoms, when tney might nave crashed ft u the egg. Now, if we call a slight cold the ecs. - aud pleurisy, iuBarcmation nf -the lungs, asthma, . and consumption the venomous reptile, the mat " ter w ill be no more than correctly Bgured. ' Attend to this in season even a alight cold ia nn small matter. AX tb first attack, lis '! " Wistar's Balsan cf NT7iId Cherry. It ia sure to cure, and it la the oalv remedy -vna can place perfect confidence in. It commences at tbe root ot tne disease, and thoraugbtv eradi- catea It. : - ? ;. - .. -- v - In consumptive systems. 'nrocratination b ih thief of time," in. an awful sense; ms it shorten : existence and hurries the patient from time int ' eternity. : v-- - - ? Tbousanda are dying who might hav been aaved by tb timely us of WkUr 'a Balsam of Wild Chotry. A rew weeks, a few days, may make a fatal different, in th progress oT con- sumptiv symptom, f 1 : .' ; . Sold by " J. IK PAUK, Cincinnati, O. North-east corner of Kouthaud Walnut streets- -entranc oo Walnut trtto' whom att brdets must be addreaaed. - . .;:.t -'..' ; For aale by -J. A. & G. H. Davenport Woodsfield; II. E. KoUebue, Malsgt ; Pollock, Carter Aa Co., Sun fish; M. I . Miles o son, Somerton: Crtm & BueWr Marietta. - tvr v v : Cet 8, 1S53- ...:..V! ." i V,! i t - - r i nWialanv. .J.