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- r '"v. I: W T. . Ca- - 'j. r- r. 7 r : Democratic Convention. -. fi mealing of the Democratic Central Commit tm of Monro county, w held in Woodsneld? I00 13. 1854, vt which JoecvH Morris was failed to the Chkir, end Jacob Davis chosen Sec ietarj. The following resolutions were adopted: JieWeed. That i Convention of the Demo- Ctattc' tarty of Monroe, county be .held, on the pvpularvoteptan.au Saturday, the 2WA day of August, 3854: - and that the poll at the primary elections, in the several townships, he opened f 1 o'clock, and closed at 6 o'clock, P.' M rof said day. - " yJlRe'sohed. That one delegate from each town .'hip bappotnted to return the poll books to the County Uoavenlion, to ne neiu in woousneid. on l,Jr... thm 9SA littti nf .,1llrt,ct 103:1 1ft 1 o'clock P. M.. at which time said poll book Alkali be opened, and the candidates having the. hight?number 'of. votes shall be declared the . ftoiainee -of. the Democratic -party, nl Monroe oiMy, tor the several 'offices to be filled at the onsuiiig October eUctlon. . jtvltt solved, Thttt one delegate from each town ship shall be appointed, at the township meetings, to attend a delegate to the Congressional District Convention, at the lime and place to be heteafter ' agreed, upon. . -: -Resolved, That the candidate for Congress who ahalFreceive the highest number of votes at the .ptimary elections in this county, shall receive the entire nnmber of votes to which this comity may ' bar "titled in the Congressional District Con vention. : " : L HesoleeJ,- That the delegates appointed to re- turn. .the poll books from the several townships shall bo the Central committee for the ensuing . fear. " ': ' -: '-- ' V-The Central Committee further recommend that .v the candidate receiving the highest vote for Pro . bate Judged to also the candidate to fill the vacan cy which will occur in said office from October next 16 the February following, as well as for the tegular term. 4-The' judges of the primary election will be Ctrefol to exclude theaotes of all except Demo- . rls legally entitled to vote at the annual elec tion, '-.v-:' v,- . " It was ordered that the proceedings of this ' steeling be signed by the Secretaiy and published ia the Spilit ol Democracy. JACOB DAVIS, Secretary. . ' , Political He feting. - .The friends ol the Union, the Constitution, and the great central, truth that It men are created ' equal," ere' requested to meet at Woodsfield, on the 4th day of July, next, to consult -ipon ineas- re to advance their principles at the polls, by Y their, vote, and'if it shall be deemed expedient. lo appoint delegates to meet at Columbus, on the ' ' 13th day ol July, next, with other delegates from wther counties, wilh the same view. V .It. hoped. thai many will be witling, at this period, when, the friends ol absnio turn, in kurope , and America, are engaged in mighty struggles, in '.- the council and the field, to establish their theory ". of governmentlo give ope day, the 4th day of July the anniversary of the day when our sores. ' tors pledged, their lives, fortunes,- and honors in -, vindicate the principle of political equality, lo the rrZZ&IL OLL 0 P fl 0 N 0 R . ' Wltecei veil on subscription to the "Spirit of Deitipcracy,' for the week ending Sat r ordy Jdne 17, 1854: r , SleJiea Brown, Ceoter, . -Si : ' Joltn CLIIesa, Sunsbury, -i 50 60 50 60 50 50 00 50 Js Valentine Gales, Malaga,-. : ,4 Jacob -Winland., Jr Franklin, " Jwerd. Jleetl' - 4q -V-i' AtaSo-.Pickens, v - " - do - -, John Daugherty, Jr., Wayne, . ; - iVmkBrowa field, Seneca', . Elijah MoMahon, AdamsVv 60 50 00 WmKalston, do j 6Ktv:WelU,Qhio, : v" u. Hugh Swarlwood," Perry, 00 50 50 00 Isaac Phillips'.- do , "'v- James Okey, Esq., do VV in.. Latham, Washington, Thoa Cochran, ; Jackson, 00 IVm, Smith, Esq.; Noble Co., 50 liy J elegrapliJ v J?rotn Mexico. - - V , . New Orleans, June 12. . The steamer has arrived from Vera CJroz Uk dates &om the CiTy of Mexico ta.ihe , r U ittimored that the Gadsden -Treaty has nor been accepted, but relumed by Santa Anna to Washington, with amend' oGreat preparations were making to eel . abrate Santa AnnaTBirth-day.on the 13Ui ,,herij4t;is currently reported be will tie i e'lrej himself Emperor. -L Nothing: further concerning Alverez. .V Mr Gadsden arrived at Vera Cruz on tk Sir, and was received with unusua . W: sitlentiort, and. proceeded to the capital. - ? Tlia. British ship Challenge arrived on ta S4U )( May at (iuyamas, .from oan ,. Fran tya co, with 380 troops, mostly French . . . - tr.sn, enlisted t San Francisco by the . .- " Uexioan Consul. VJ ' . j f ;tMuch excitement prevailed at Guaymus -fiecause the commander of the English . s brig Drdo had released five prisoners from Walker's expedition, who were on board ; - the English snip Eslielbert, and were being transported,: under a Mexican guard to ; - a .Iazatlan, for trial.- ' . . -'fhe new Spanish Minister had arrived x . t me vapuai ana receiveu a lormut re . '. There was a tremendous hurricane in ' Mexico on the 19th ult., doing great dam ase'. " Also a destructive one at San Luis - : Potosi On the 19th. ., : ; . Seignor Parries," Minister of Finance ... baa resigned on account of sickness. .' K . Alcorte, Minister ol War, is lying at the ;';potnt of death. - ' .' , t.-.v V- Cincinnati Mar lei. - . Jtina 16.-Flour S7.50a7.65 Whisky ' 11: ; Wheat : deolined to S 1,1 Sal .30 Corn dull al 52o.; Oats 38a40: Barley 75o Baood shoulders ' 41: - Linseed Oil dull . at 70a7t, Money quieU Eastern- Ex v change advanced to lal premium. i-S&Batiimore Cattle Market, " v " J0a ljih." Uflenngs at scales to-day intonated to 750 head of beeves, 425 of S which were sold to etty butchers and pack V er;st mt prices ranging from 4,25 to 5,25 v per 100 Iba on the boof--equal to 8,50a 4510,25 neU'andiateraging;S4,87 gross. The balance (325 head) were driven to Pliiladelphia; , Hoes Sales ,it 6,7& to : t8.00 jjer 100 lbs.; and the market con :.iThe Maine Lav In Connecticut. -' "Nstr HaVEif June 1 5lh: The Main tXaw passed both branchesof the Legisla ajf-i xodaYi ; in tue senate ine vote was " : ' - ; New Hampshire Senitorial - Nominations . -r aCoNcoKD.' June - 16.--The -democrats have' "nominated i Messrs. - Hibbard. ah 'vC,' 3 Wells for the United Stetea Senators. ; f i The whige and iree soilers will run'sepa 'A y-r t rtarcndidatest : but coalesce on those Preihioma and Regulations, For the Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Monroe County Agricultural Society, to be held in Woodsfield, on Thursday and Friday, the Blh and 6lh days of Octo ber, ' - REGULATIONS. Persons wishing to compete muM become mem bers of the Society, ty paying one dollar animally to the, Treasurer, which must be done belore their articles are entered on the books ol the Society. "AI1 stock entered for competition must bo ac companied with.a description of age, breed, and where grown. "... All articles offered for premiums must be own ed by the persons offering them, or by members of their families children over SI years of age are not entitled to compete without becoming members themselves. No person will be allowed to serve on any committee belore which he has an article or arti cles for exhibition. ' When there .is no competition, no premiums will be awarded unless the article presented be deemed deserving and meritorious. . - Premiums may be awarded on any articles not enumerated in the Premium List- No animal can obtain a premium unless it is owned in Monroe County: and no article can re ceive any unless it Is the growth or manufacture f the county, with the exceptions specineu in the list. The various awarding committees are request ed to be present In due time, and to report them' selves on their arrival to the Secretary. Judaea on animals will have regard lo the sym rnetrv. earlv matuntv and size: and will maKe proper allowances for age, feeding, and the gen eial character and condition of the animals. They are especially requested not to give encourage inent to over-fed animals, the object being to have superior animals 'or breeding, judges are re- uested to examine the progeny, when possible, f all animals exhibited as breeders, and make ue allowances for excellencies and imperfections in these, in giving their awaids lo the sire or dam. No person,-except an otneer or member ol the Board, will be allowed to intei fere with the udges during their examination. . r prther orders as to the exhibition will be pub shed in due time. Li a it o f P remiums. ON FIELD CROPS. Best crop of wheat not less than S acres $4 a 4 2 3 1 2"J best uo ' ' Best crop of corn not less than 3 acres 2d best ' - Best crop of oats not less than 3 acres . 2d bet - - do Best crop of potatoes not less than Vi acre 50 3 1 3 1 2d best do " 50 Best acre ol timothy hay, to be weighed in October or November : 2d best . . 50 Best y acre of tobacco, as to texture and - quality, to be weighed alter handed 4 2 4 2 4 2 Henry 2d best do . Best acre of clover seed I best . . do Best acre of timothy seed 2d best do Awarding committee Jeptha Duval!, Ford, Joel Yost. Applicants for premiums on Crops, must have their ground and produce accurately measured by one or more disinterested persons, wnose smie ments mul be verified by affidavit, and must fur ish explicit written statements of 1st, the kind of soil; 2d, the kind and quantity of manure, and manner of application; 3d, the manner end time of preparing the giouud, and planting or sowing; 4th, the quantity rf seed u-ed; 5th, mode of cul ture and lime ol harvesting; 6th, the amount of time of both man and beast employed in applying manuie. preparing the ground, planting or sow itig cultivating and gathering the crop; 7ih, and nelt amount of the crop, the whole of whic'i must he measured or weighed by the usual standards; Plh, if practicable they muat produce sample of the crp to the committee, and have it exhibited t the Fair. . I'he premiums will be awarded with reference to profitableness, as well as amount of crop hence quality as well as quantity will be considered. - 1 he object which the society wish constantly n keep in view in awarding premiums on rrops. s not merely that it may be known that large rrops are raieed 111 the county; but that the meth od of cultivating such crops may he made public that the farmers of the county generally, my avail themselves of any knowledge that may be uacltil to them. Competitors for premiums on Corn, and Clover and Timothy seeds may report to the committee at any time previous to the first Monday in Ue cember. and on Tobacco previous to the first Wednesday in March 1853. CATTLE. Best bull over 2 years old S5 8 3 2 2 1 4 2 2d best do Best bull under 2 years old 2d best do Best bull calf, under 1 year old 2d best do . . Best yoke of oxen 2d best ' . do Best steer " 2d best do . Best heifer, between 1 and 3 years old 2d best do 50 Best milk cow 2d best '-' A statement to be furnished in writing, con taming. 1st, the age and breed of the cow, and time of calving, 2d, the quantity of milk in weight and the butter made therefrom, during a period o ten days, (the butter made on the trial to be ex hibited with the cow at the fair.) 3d. The quantity and kind- of feed given the cow, during and preceding the experiment. The statements to be venhed by the competitor and another person conversant with the facts cerlifvine thereto, over their signatures. Awarding committee AlexauUer iautz, John Okey, John Heed. 'Class A. Stallions Best stallion for all purposes, over 3 years old, to be brought and kept 111 the county 1 year $4) , The object in offering this lat premium. l that stock very superior to any Hereto fore exhibited here, may be brought into the county; and the committee are au thorized to withhold the premium if the jiorsee exhibited should not prove to be of that character. Beat blooded stallion' - 2d best : do . Diploma and Best stallion for draught . 2d aeeH do . Best stallion for all purposes 2d beat do Best 8 year old blooded stallion 2d best do Best 3 year old stallion for all purposes . 2d best ' do ' do Best 2 year old blooded horse colt 2d best - do do Best 2 year old hoise colt for all purposes 2d best do do . A warding committee Benjamin Hughes, John I , Williamson, 1 nomas Mitchell. . Class B Geldings and Colts. Best gelding for draught -8 2d best . do : -: 2 Best gelding for all purposes - 4 2d best v ; sdo . - 2 Best pair of match horses : 3 2d beat - -: de . - : . 2 Best pair match mares - 3 Best saddle horse' ' 3 2d best - -.do 1 Best 3 year old gelding - 3 2d best . do v ' 1 Beat 1 year old horse eolt 2 2d best V . do -' ' - 1 Awarding committee 'Same as foregoing. Glass C Mares and Colts. Best blooded mare for all puinose 2d best do - ' ? $4 2 ,;' 4 Best mare lor draught 2d best do : - 2 Best mare for all purposes' 4 2d best -. dq, . . . . - 2 Beet 3 year old mare "2 3 2d best , d ' - J 160 Best 2 year old mire colt . - ..' . -3 2d best do ' - "t 1 Best 1 year old mare eolt ' ' - " 3 24 best d0 . . .'. 1 Best spring eolt : . . . 3 2d best - do V ; 1 - Awarding committee Elijah Ulloin, Charles t sioott, uetnos siusoer. ' ' . , swine. Best boar, over 1 year eld ' ;. 3 2d best -; - do . -- . ; 1 Best so w, over 1 year old x . 8 2d best . ; do .1 Best boar, over 8 sad ander 12 months old 2 2f best do - i ' ; 1 Best sow, ever 8 end under 12 rnonthe old ' 2 2d besi.U-'-:?4Qrfv!j 1 : Best hog of any age . , 2 Best barrow over I year old 8 Awarding committee George Clme, John H Bridgemau; Wm. H. Pement. VI?n WOOL. I HEAVY WOOI.. Best French Sheep S3 I Best buck 53 2 Bist buck 2d best Best ewe 2d best Best buck lamb 2d best Best ewe lamb 2d bet 2 J best 2 1 Best ewe 2d best 2 Best buck lamb 1 2d best 2 Best ewe lamb 1 2d best A warding committee Jacob N. Mitchell, Chas , Charles Algi PLOWING MATCH. To the team of horses that will plow t of an acre, 111 the best and most woikman-like manner. 2J best performance 3 3d best . 2 To the team of .oxen that will plow J. of nn acre, in the best and most workman like manner 4 2d best performance 3 :td best a Best plowing and subsoiling 4 Awarding committee Wm. Young, Richard Rice, Thomas Griffith. FARMING IMPLEMENTS.' Best plow 2 Best sub-soil plow 2 Beat imnroved cultivator 2 Best coin plow - 1 50 Best hanow I 50 Best corn cultivator i 1 50 Best straw cutter . " " - 150 Best grain cradle "" "' 2 The society wish to encourage the introduction and tine ol the best farm implements 111 the coun try, hence the above named implements need not be manuf .clured in the county, but they must be owneo in the county. Awarding committee J. D. McWright, John stou Lesley, Thomas Griffith. MECHANIC ARTS. Best 2 horse carriage Beat buggy Rest 2 horse farm wagon S3 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 2 Best single or double harness Best saddle Best lot sole leather t lot dressed calf skins Best specimen ol edge tools Best specimen of shoemaker's work Best specimen of 'cooper's woik Best specimen of tailor's work Best specimen of cabinet work over SI" Best do do under S10 Best specimen of hatter a work 2 Best specimen ol copper auu unner woik & Best set of chairs 2 Best broom 50 Best barrel of flour from 5 bushrls of whc;t 2d best Diploma. The above articles must be manufactured in the county, and within Uie year. 1 ne committee are equested to make a leuguiy report, oescnuing me articles upon which they award premiums, an-l oticing the number ol competitors for the differ it prammms. Awarding romtiiltee-me as loregoing. DAIRY PRODUCTS, &c. Best loaf of bread, not under 1 day old 1 2d best do Diploma Best sample of Iresh butler, 2 lbs., or over 2 (I best do a 8d best do Diploma Best sample of cheese, 10 lbs. or over 1 d best do u;pioina Best display of fruit 1 2d best ' do Diploma Best variety of table apples 1 2d best do Diploma Best variety of winter apples 1 2d best do Diploma Best f, bushel of apples 0 50 0 50 "0 60 0 50 Best l ' do peaches J? do " pears Best specimen of grapes st bushel or sweet potatoes 1 Largest nnmnkin Diploma. Awarding committee on uairy rroaucis- in. . . - . . 1 . r Okev. Mrs. N. Vanhorn. Miss Melissa union. Awarding committee on f runs a- i r.nius Mrs. N. Hollister. Miss Catharine Davenport. Awnrdinr committee on Preserves, Jellies. &.c Dr. Covert, Mrs. Jane Boltenfield, Miss Eliza beth Kerr. BED CLOTHES, &o. Best Coverlet 2 2d best "Diploma Best bed quilt 2d best Diploma Best pair of blankets . 2d best Diploma Best 10 yards of flanel 2 2 2 1 1 2d best Diploma Best 10 yards linen best uipioma Best rag carpet 2d best ' Diploma Best table cloth 2d best Dioioma Best specimen of ornamental needle work 21 best Diploma Best Jpound of sewing thread 0 50 2d best ' Diploma Best pair of woolen stockings. 0 60 0 50 2l best Diploma Best pair of woolen socks 2d best ' Diploma Best pair of mittens 0 60 I 2d best Diploma - Best pair ot gloves 0 50 O.I hunt ' Diploma The above articles must be made wmun tne J .., . v- a . urn var. " Awnndner commutee jonn waveimori, uuf. Wm. Mvers. Mrs. Jacob Hare. Awarding committe On fancy INeedle ork and - Kmbro'derv James W. Armstrong, Mrs Peter Diehl. Miss Bidenharn. UNENUMEUATEl) ARTICLES. The committees to judge of ihe unenumerated articles will award premiums at their discretion. nn anv and everv Crop. Animal, Implement, In vention. Ai tide. Improvement, Six., that they mav consider deserving, and lhat is not embraced in the above list. Evervthinf which is not embraced in the slated lists of premiums will be entered under these com mittees, and will be as careiuuy nouceu as mose which are named, and premiums will be awarded thereon as above stated. AWARDING CO M M iTTlSliS. On Flowers Wm. F. Hunter. Mrs. Joel F. Randolph. Miss Aenes Woodmiss. On Pou trv Geo. H. Darenporr, Jon. vv. jjar- ' CT . llf V- nxit. Jim 11. 11 Connor. On Veetab es Jas. It. Morns, airs. neo, Rmninirhaiia. Miss Marearet amilh. On Birds and Bifd Cages Dr. laeo. vv. Mason, Mrs. Dr. Smith. Miss' Grimshaw. On Unenumeraied . Articles John Sinclair, Thomas A. Way, B uj. R. Dnggs. Jo HIM KLiut, jrresiueni. Wm. Stebt., Secretary. Jno M Kirkbridb, Assistant Secretary. June 21. 1851. Ti KSPECTFULLY tenders his professional ser- Xw vices to the citizens of Antioch and vicinity. Residence al Mr. Geo. Davenport s. -June 21. 185-1. Dr. W. T. Sinclair. afKFFICE up stairs in the new building, one J door south of J. F. Randolph's Hotel. Woodsfield, April 13, 1853. Sale of Claims. -ny virtue of an order of the Probate Court JL of Monroe county, Ohio, I will, on I hurs ,lv th 13ih dav ef Julv. 1854. at 12 o'clock M. al I Vim door nf Sheets' atore. in the village of I ftrandview. in Washington county, Ohio, sell certain claim belonging to the estate ot George W. Lawrence, deceased, and the interest of aaid estate iu certain claims. " ' ' DAVID G. COE, June 21. 1854. Adro'r VVICHAEL LEIFER'S ESTATE.-The snb- V H -rriher haa been appointed by the Probate rnn,. r Mnnrnn rmmtv. Ohio, administratrix of Mirlii I.oiiei-a. tats of said county, deceased, and received letters of administration. Those having claims should present them immediately, properly anlhiintir.a led. MAGDALENA LE1.K. inn. v ifiM Adm'x. w HITE-WASH BRUSHES, Louisville Lime, Sheep shears, ' . Wool Twine. - For .ale at ' - KIRKBRIDE'8. HENRV BACH'S ESTATE Notice is here, by given, that on the 13 th day of Apnl.1854, the undersigned received letters of administration from the Probate court of Monroe oounty, Ohio, nnnn iha viat of Henrv Bach. Ir.i lateof said :J Musical Concert. . There will be a Vocal Concert held in the town of Salem, Washington County,' Ohio, on the first day of July, 1854, which will be conducted by Washington Glass & J. B. Smith. The teachers have been engaged in giving'instructioD in Vocal Music to the different classes which they have under their special care. W. Glass has been giving lessons in Music for the last sis months J. B. Smith con nsenced giving lessons to differ- en t classes early this spring. The teachers deem it necessary to give a public concert on the above mentioned day. This is done to have all the stu dents spend a day of praise end adoration, and ,lso that all persons wh wih to attend may see that it is conducted in a religious manner, to ad vance the interest of Christ's Kingdom in the woild, and to fit us for a better inheritance which incorruptible, uudefiled and lhat fadeth no away, in Heaven. The singers in the diflerent classes will consist of about 671 Mudents. The names of the classes are as follows: Blake class, Macksburg class, Sa- class, Liberty class, IMewburg class, Clark class, Grubb class, MiJdleburg class, Whipple run class, Saltpetre class, and Lebanon class num bering eleven classes, many of which cannot be surpassed in the eastern part of Ohio in the sci. ence of Vocal Music. 1 he exercises will com mence at 10 o'clock in the morning. Professor B. B Hovey, of Salem. Ohio, will be present to perform on the Bass Violin, and also upon the Melodeon. He Las been engaged in giving les sons in the place in which he lives, and also in the neighborhood. ManV oilier Piofesgore will be present to witness the performance. The eser cise will te held at the M. E; Meetin" house of that place. The morning exercise will be opened with singing by the different classes. - After which Piayer by Eer. G..vV. Fry; after which an ad dress by Kev. K. Stephenson, of Summerheld, Ohio, on ihe subject of Vocal Music, showing the propriety ot the science. There will be other' peakeis present. Alter which the respective classes and congregalion will form themselves in a procession and march with thirty-six Vucal Musi cians in front eighteen young ladies and eighteen gentlemen all singing the dilTerent parts at the same tune. 1 he teachers give a special mutation to all lovers of Music. Parents will please send their children to see the performance come one. come all. We solicit one anu all to De in atten dance. Closed with Prayer by Rev. J. Abies, after which the benediction will be pronounced by ihe Rev. Palton. fjCf-MEDIf Ah USES OF THE WILD CIIKHRY Ever since the settlement of Amer ica, Wild Cherry has been known to possess very important medical virtues. Everybody knew this lact, but nobody knew how to extract its essen tial properties- Ever' mother gives Wild Cherry tea to her children for worms, f ir colds, and for almost every disease; and adults throughout our country are in the habit of making a compound of syrup of WKfjCherry bark and other gredients. to be ustd in spring as on antidote to complaints incident to that changeful season. It is found by experiment that the wild cherry possesses even fur hiore important qualities than was ascribed to it. For the first stage of Consumption, Asthma, matter how long standing. Coughs, Liver Complaints, etc., it U proved to he the best medi cine known to man, .Dr. Wistar's Balsam ot Wild Cherry is a chelnical extract, combined with a similar extract fiom Tar, which enhances its value Its succesi in curing pulmonary diseases, hi almost every stage, after our best physicians could do no more, has astbr.ihed the Faculty, and led them to confess lhat Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry pos sesses a ptiucipal heretofore unknown among medical men. fjCJ- See advertisement. - Wool in Demand. THE subscribers have prepared their machin ery at great expense and labor, to run W4(h steam and waler power, by which they will be en abletl to card and grind- at all Umej, and make re turns on the shortest notice. Cash will be paid for Wool, at the market price, delivered at their Mills. Carding done at the lowest rales, with a deduc lion of 10 per cent, for cash. They will pay for any rolls spoiled, if the wool is brought iu good brdei and free of burs. Wool will be received and rolls delivered at Jacob Hamilton's, Jacobsburg; at C. Marshall's, Louisville; and at M. Baker s, Woodsfield. RICUNERS &. Co. Sunfisn Mills. June 14, 1354. jLitten & Ilorne, Threshing Machine Builders d Repairers, SUNF1SH. OHIO TTFILL have constantly on hand Machines VV of all kinds; also Cleankhs of the hest and latest improvements. From past expetienco we E itter ourselves that we can equal any manufactured in ihe State. Persons wishing to purchase Midlines will please give us a call and examine for themselves All work warranted to pelorin right or no sale "T D ' All old Castings and Iron taken in ex- il . D. change for work, lor which the highest price will be given. LITTEN & HORNE Stiuhsh, Juue 7, 1534. Look Here! Look Here! "M. LITTEN, of Clarington, has taken partner, and enlarged his Shop, and is now prepared t" accommodate the public, nn short 110. tice, with all kinds of work in his line, kiicIi as Mill Irons, Turning Lathes, Wagons, Carts, Harrows. Cultivators, Wheel-Barrows, Log and Trace Chains, Hoes, Mat tocks, Axes, Cooper's Tools, . Edge Tools of all kinds: Also, a large assortment of Juniatta and Mis souri Iron for sale. Old scrap iron wrought and cast taken in exchange for work. Alt kinds of produce taken at cash price. LITTEN &. K1EKNAN . Claiington. June 7, 18o4. ; WHEELING BRIDGE DOWN!! (ERSONS wishing to get Cheap Furniture will do well to call at the Mammoth burn- ishii'g Waie Rooms of the subscriber. No. 101, Main St., Wheeling, Va., where they will see the best assortment of all kinds nf FURNITURE AND HOUSE-FIXINGS, Such as Bureaus, of every description. Bedsteads, ot every style and price, and almost everything a person may want in going to house-keeping. Every variety and style of Chairs, Alattrages, Clocks, Looking-Glasses, Tin Safes, Refrigerators, he. &.c. June 7. WM. M BERRYHILL, j. c. HARBOUR, No. 143, Main Street, Wheeling, Ya. BEGS leave to inform bis friends and the public generally, that he has just returned from the East, and is now receiving the largest and most desiiable stock of CARPETS. . RUGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, &c, &c, ever offered in Wheeling- The slock has been selected with great care, from the best standard of English and American make. - - - Also, a large and beautiful stock of Curtain Goods, Gimps, Trimmings, etc., etc., together with a. great variety of oilier house furnishing ar ticles, all of which will be sold at very low prices. J.C. llARoUUH, June 7. . : No. 143, Main St ROAL) TAX. Notice is hereby given, that the County Commissioners, at their March session, ism, levied road tax of one mill on each dollar of taxable property in the county of Alanine, oam tax can De discharged oy UDor on the-puhlTo highways, under the direction of the euperviscrs, at the rate of one dollar per day, be tween Hie brst day of Annl and the first day ot October, and the person for whose benefit such labor is performed, shall receive s certificate Irom the supervisor, which certificate the .County Treasurer' will receive is money In discharge of atft r,n.! I.. : - vTs 11 MM! I. Barnesville and Woodsfield MAIL HACK; The subscriber has commenced running Hack between Barnesville and Woodsfield, for the pur pose of conveying the Mails, and for the accom mo Ution of Passengers His Hack tear es Barnes ville every " - " . MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY, on the arrival of the Mail from Wheeling, which leaves theie al ? o'clock of the same morning, and arrives at Barnesville at about 1 P. At. to din ner, and thence to W oodsfiel J before sundown. Returning, leaves Woodsfield every TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY morning, for Wheeling, connecting -by Dickin son's Line, with the 4 o'clock National Road Om nibus Line By this Line Passengers from Woodsfield, Mal aga and Snmerton, far Wheeling, will go through the same day; and returning will leave Wheeling in the m iming and arrive iu Woodsfield in the evening of the same day.- . AH packages sent by the Hack will be promptly delivered. B. ALEXANDER. May 31. ' Proprietor. Cabinet hop. fTlHE undersigned have located in the town of JL Woodolield, tor the purpose of carrying en the business of . Cabinet Making, in all its various branches. They have now on hand a good assortment of Cabinet Ware, which they will sell at reasonable prices. They will also make to order . Bureaus, Tables, Stands, Chairs, and all other kinds of work in their line, on short notice. They respectfully aolicit those in need of woik to give them a call. - ' - MICHAEL HCEFFLER& Co. Woodsfield, May 17. IS31. Ti UARDIAN SALE On Saturday, the 24ih Jf day of June, 185 1. at I o'clock, P. M. , will be offered for sale, on the premises, in Seneca township, Monroe County, Ohio, as the property of John W., Rebecca, and Daniel J. Turner, 'minor heirs of John E. Turner, dee'd, ihe follow ing real estate, to wit: The balance of the west half of the northeast quarter of rectiou 19, town ship 7, and tange 7, lying and being in said ccun ty, after deducting therefrom all that is contained in following hounds, t-wit: Commencing at the northeast corner ot said quarter, thence west 27 rods so as to contain 2G acres; mid so much more as is contained within the following bounds: Comirenciiig for the same at the northeast corner of said 262 acres last aforesaid, thence west 22 rods so ns lo contain 21 14 acres: which said tract nf land so to be told as aforesaid, under this ad vertisement, contains 32 acres, alter deducting said 26? acres and 2I acres as aforesaid. Appraised at 450. day of sale. A. May 24. ferms made known on the s. McCaffrey, Guardian of said minors. A TTACIfMENT. At my instance an attach rXk ment was issued 011 the lOiii day of May, A D. 1854, by Wm. Hobaugh, a Justice of the Peace of Malaga township, Monroe county, Ohio, against the goods, chattels, moneys, and effectsnf Ueorge ftlatcnet, a mm resident ot said county and state, tor the sum ol aj. May 24. 1854. . SAMUEL McGUIRE. IV 22 IV ES TA B LIS II ME NT. Lewis Baltzell, Hatter, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens ol Woodsfield and vicinity, that he has com menced the Manufacture of HATS, ot the best finish and of the latest stvles, which he will sell at moderate prices. All in want of GOOD 11 A T S , will please give him a call. All kinds cf furs will be taken in exchange for his woik. His shop is iu the next building south of II. Mason, Ksq. Woodsfieid Aug. 31. 1 1851. SPRING SALES. 1834 GEORGE P. SMITH & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IX Staple Goods Silks, Variety and F.UYCV DRY GOODS, 54 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, ' OOLICIT the attention of Merchants generally KJ to their stock now in store, and being receiv ed weekly throughout the season, which will be offered at as low rates as iu any Jobbing House any where, east or west.-. lo then bilks and Dress Goods they ask '.par ticular attention (heir styles and as-orliiient be ug of the newest descriptions, aud will be kept up 111 full and large variety. Also Embroideries and White Goods; Linen Goods and Laces; Rinbous of all kinds, in large assortment; Shawls, newest styles; Spring aud Summer Crrvats, Handkerchiefs, Ties, &.c; - , Hosiery, Gloves, Crapes, Tarletons, fcc; Variety Goods, of every description. A LARGE STOCK OK Brown GooJs, Drills, Usnaburgs, bleached Sheet fugs and Shirting', Flannels, Ticks, Linings, &c; Men aud Boys Summer Wears, Wool ens of all descriptions; Cloths, Cassitners, Sati netts, Vestings, Jean, Tweeds, Cords, Steu benville Goods, &c; with all leading styles nl PRINTS; fancy, Dark Blue. English and French Chintzes, Spring Lawns, Bereges, 4,c, and a complete stock generally of every article needed by the Merchant. Grave Stone Cutting. THE undersigned has removed to Sunfish Creek, three-quarters of a mile above Rich ner's mill, where he is carrving on the business of GRAVE AND TOMB STONE CUTTING, in its various branches. Those entrusting their work to him will have it done iu the neatest and most approved style of workmanship, and at mod erate prices. t"-Marble Grave and Tomb Stones furnUhed lo order. - P. CAWLKIELD. CHEAP SPRING ANI SUMMER GrOO!Of3! HE subaciber has just received a New Sup ply of Keady-Made Clothing, of the Latest Styles, which he will sell at very low prices- By all means cull aud examine his Stock before put chasing elsewhere, if you want to get good bargains. CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES Of superior styles aud finish, for sale at low prices, and will ue made up to order, or sold by the pat tern. He is also prepared to do good and fashionable work for llis numerous customers at reasonable prices. M. BURGBACHER, WooTisrtCLD, April 19, 1S54. Second Arrival from . Philadelphia. Plain brown and blue Bereges, ., Bonnet Frame and Crowns, . . . . Pink, Crape and Silk Wir, . . .. ' 1 Gum and Morocco Walking Shoes, Received and for sale at May 10 r. 'i , KIRK BRIDE'S. . BIRDS! BIRDS!! Canaiy Seed, - . Hemp Seed, , Fish Bone, - Bird Cages, For sale at V KIRKBRIDE'S. A fresh supply, just received at KIRKBRIDE'S. Feb 22. -. ... ; A TTACI15IENT, At our instance an fat ft" tachiuent was issued no the 5h inat.,' by James Blare, a Justice of the Peace, for. Switzer land township. Mourns cnuntv, Ohio, against the goods, chattels and effects of Joseph C. Caton, an May 10 mml- absconding debtor, for the smn of 820 70.-; - ..... JAMES HUGHES. May 24, 1854 31' G. W. McGINNIS. Examinations, of School: Teachers . -.11 ' FOB USi." v . - THE Board of Examiners of Monroe county, will hold meetings for the examination of School Teachers in Woodsfield, commencing on the first Monday of each month after this date, except April, In which month their meeting will commence on the second Monday. -feV Applicnntr must be in attendance at 10 o clock A. M.. of said dars. and bring certificates" of mor al character from responsible person known to the Board. By order of the Board. ' , JAMES MITCHELL, - v , Clerk of Board. ; Woodsfield. Feb. 22. 1854. SELECT SCHOOL. For Yonns Ladies and Gentlemen. HE undersigned will open his school in this place, on the 1st day of May. next- There wilt be three sessions in the yeai, of 14 weeks each. Those wishing to attend, will please make application before the commencement of theses. sion. particular attention will oe paia to inose wishing to qualify themselves as Teachers. 7"- Wund.-field is a healthy village; and good board ing may be had at $1,50 per week. , 1 1SKMS:. Arithmetic, English Grammar, and Geography, per session, ?$& Vi) Algebra. Geometry Natural Philosophy, Chemis try and History, e.uu. Languages and higher branches of Mathemat ics, - o uu R. J SMITH. ' WOODSFIELD This Institution will commence its Summer Ses sion, of 66 days, on the first of May, and will con tain three Departments: Primarv Fortnein. struction of pupils in the Alphabet, Spelling and 1st Reader. Skcondary Spelling and Heading continued. Primary Geography, Primary Gram mar, Arithmetic, prt second, and History. The Academic is designed to educate yauve Ladies and Gentlemen in the Greek and Latin Languages, Natural and Mental Sciences, aud the different branches of Mathematics. Composition and dec lamation will also be required. Parents wishing to send their children will please enter their uames as soon as possible. All are deaired lo be present oo the fiirt day of the Session. Sates of Tuition Primary Department, $2,00 . Secondary' do S.00 ' Academic do " 4,00 GEO. W.McMILLEN. Aprils, 1853. . Principal. CLASSICAL INSTITUTE. For Youm Ladies and Gentlemen. BARNESVILLE, BELMONT CO., OHIO. THE FIRST SESSION of fie above named Institution will commence on the 10th day ut April, and continue 14 weeks. ' A he Department of English and Classical Liter ature wiil be under the direction oi Samoel Davenport, A.M.; and that of Mathematics and Natural Science, of Mr-' John I. Thompson, an experienced Mathematician. t Tuition fees will be moderate, and every care will be taken to afford to voung ladies and gentle men the means of acquiring a thorough Classical and Mathematical education. "". in Special attention will be directed to those wish gto qualify themselves for Teachers. , - - FeD. 13, 1834. . , . ; ; - Marble THE undersigned respectfully informs the pub lic, that he fiill continues to manufacture - Tombs, Monuments, Grave Stones, &.c, at his shop in Millonsbuigh, Montoe county. Ohio, of any slvle desired, and of the best quality of American and Italian Marble, which ha has made arrangements In receive from the East. . He has also established a Shop in Woodsfield, for the convenience ot his customers. Hi work will be furnished at reasonable prices, and delivered at such places as may be agreed up. on. He has received two" premiums from the Monroe County Agricultural Society, for speci mens of his work, aud he flatters himself he Can render satisfaction to all who -may want work in his line. Orders left with D. 11. Wirk, Esq, WooiUhelJ. Wm, Head, Miltonsburgh, and Dr. Judkins, Malaga, will receive prompt attention. May 10, 1354. H. llUiBSTliNti. Wooosrier-i, June 23,1854. Having had considerable work done by Mr. H. Hcersting, and being satisfied that all orders left with him will be promptly attended to, I take pleasure in recommending nun to all those tlesir ing work in his line. . JOSEPH MORRIS. The Subscriber has just received from Bait more anu Jfniiaueipnia, a L,arge anu apienaici Slock of SPUING AND SUMMEK GOODS, ; consisting in part ot . Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Boots, SHOES. CAPS. BOAJVETS.SfC. l(C COME QUICK! IK YOU WANT GOOD BARGAINS ! J. M. KIRKBRIDE. Woodsfield, April, 1854. . r , - . ' O THE CREDITORS OF JAMES He KAIN, DECEASED. On the 12th day of May, 1854, the Probate Court of Monroe Coiio ly, Ohio, declared the estate ol said James Mc Kaiu, to be' probably, insolvent. Creditors are therefore required to present their claims against ihe estate to the undersigned for allowance, within two months from the time above mentioned, or they will noi be entitled to payment. ' '' -THOMAS McMAHON. Adm'r. May 17, 1854. of James McCain, dee'd PITTSBURGH. PA. .ESTABLISHED IN 1840. INCORPORATED by the Legislature ol Penn JL. sylvania, itl) a perpetual charter. board or directors: ' Hon. Ja-nes Buchanan, I Hon.Walter H.Lowrie William Wilkins, I Charles Nay lor, Moses Hampton, Gen. J. K. Moorehead. P. DUFF, Principal; Author of Dufl's Book Keeping, &c. Professor of Book-Keeping aud commercial sciences. - L. H. DALHOFF, Professor of PenmanshiD. N. B. HATCH, Esq., member of the Pitts- butgh Mar. I'rolessor ol Commercial Law.' P. HAYDEV, A. M.. Principal of the Math ematical and Classical Department, Professor of Mathematics, &c. ,- . .Y ' This is considered the most' extensive and perfectly organized Commercial College in the United States. Four active assistants are employ eu in me Book-keeping department. Duff's systems of Mercantile and Steamboat Book-Keeping sre taught by the Author the only teacher of Book-Keeping in the Western States. formerly- known as an extensive merchant and ship owner. His experience thus enables him to give an insight into real, business .which other teachers have no means of imparting. His training for business comprehends upwards of 400 real business transactions, 300, commercial computations, r - ? A thorough course of business Penmanship Daily Lecture's on Commercial Law and Commercial Sciences, the theory of profits, the art 01 making money, &c Duff's Book-Keeping. Harper's edition, prce $1,50, postage 21 cents, "the most perfect and comprehensive in the English Language.", .. Duff's . Steamboat Book-keeping, price SI postage 9 cents, "a perfect system tor such Books and Accounts." ; ' j . Dufl's Commercial Calculations, price 50 cents. fjtj-Send for a Circular by mail ...'... April 19, 1851. ."'''. .'; ILLIAM C. WALTON'S ESTATE. . The undersigned has been appointeed ad- mioistrator de bonis non, of William C. Walton, ; late of Monroe county, deceased, and received. Utters of administration. I : . DAN1ELIWALTONV May IT. 1854. ;, - . ' , WILLI AW GRIFFITH'S ESTATE, . Notice is hereby given Unit the suhspriber has been appointed and qualified as administrator on the estate of William Griffith, deceased, late of Monroe county; Ohio, Dated this 1st dav of May 1854. LEVIN MOBBERLY, May 3. 1854 m Dr. Gaysoli's Improved Eitract if Yellow Dock & Sarsaparilla Is dow put up in the largest 'sized bottles, and it acknowledged to be the beat Sarsaparilla made, asis certified by the wonderful cure it has per -. formed, the original copies ol which ire hi tbs possession of the Proprietor.- Remember, thi U the only true and original article. , "', This Medicine, when Used according to directions, WILL CURE WITHOUT FAI I - ' ' Scrofula, . ' ' 1 .. ' , or King's Evif, ' - '' '. ' Cancers, Tumorsi ', .'-;. . . Ej uptions ol the Skin, '' . ". ' , ', . ' Erysipelas Chronic Sore"" ' Eyes, Kingwoim, or Tetters, ..fV " " ' Scald Head, Rheumatism, Pains in the Bones or Joints, old Sores and UU Cers, Swelling of the Glands, Syphilis. Dy . pepsia. Salt Rheum, Disease of the Kid;-. Leys, Loss of Appetite, Disease aria- . ing from the. use of Mercury. ., . -Pains iu the Sides and Sbcul-J Kj '-,'-.''- , ders, General Debility, , " " i,. . Dropsy, Lumbs.- , .' :.-'.;r ;, . go. Jaundice, . T v - .. and Costiveness. , r.. THE BEST FEMALE MEDWINE KNOWN t . The peculiar maladies to which female ar sub ject commonly produce great bodily ecbaustion . accompanied by a depressed end often gtooary stated mind. As the system declines in strength there is a loss of nervous power, end this very set -urally impairs the energy of the mind and 4ie furbs the equanimity of the temper. Every can- did woman who has suSered from female coar plaints will admit this to be the mournful truth- ' Now to obtain relief it is only necessary to jtor the tendency to depletion and debility. T,bis i done by renewing that fountain of health aad stienglh, the BLOOD, and 110 medicine accosa plishes this desirable result so speedily sod eoss plete as "Dr. Guy sou's Improved Extract of Yel low Dock and SarsapatiKa. """' " ".' ; ' Ladies of pale complexion and consumpt(f habits,, and such as re'debijitattd by those oh , structions which females are liable tc, are restor " ed, by the use of a bottle or two, to blc-om aodta vigor. " " 0r Dr. Guysott's Improved Efbact of Telhter- Dock and Sarsaparilla Is a sure remedy tar Here- ' - dilary taiut. . , ' , , ; ,'.. t,-. FEMALES HEAD THE FOLLOWING.' U ' ' Newark, N. J Jan. SS.' Mr. Bennett W't take pleasure in stating thai your Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla gives great satisfaction in every case. , - f- J.' 4- A very respectable gentleman informed me that his daughter was troubled with difficult aneoetrw ation and other diseases peculiar to her sex..- Shs had not had her regufar menstrual discharge for long time; but by the use of Dr. Guysott Tel low Dock and SursapaiitU . was radically cured? - She used Tdwnsend's aud others without receiv - ng the slightest benefit. He had one daughter die from the same cause. - J. B. Trnrr fc Crv,,: Cure of an Aggravated Case of Erytipelat, " The cures performed by Dr. Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla are lasting. , Thej - patient s general health continues lo improve after disease is removed.' Cures are' mot ehrooklesf . until time has lully tested that there can he wm' relapse or return of the disease. - . . ;i. l'rice $1 per bottle six bottles fur 5. . . Sold by . - " JOHN D- PARK, N. E. coi ner Fourth and Waluut streets, -ene " trance on Walnut to whom all orders. HMist addressed. . . . .t. a- , ' f-' For sale by J. A. & G..II. DTeapoft Woodsfield; II. E Kotzebue, Malxv! -Pollock,. Carter & C0.4 Sunfish; JtlV:PS 'i? Miles & Sorii Soiiierton; CottotV-1 Buell, Marietta . '. .... : i?; !--if .;' March 8, 1854. . '. ;; J'.V - - Wisla r's Balsam of Wild Cfcerrj! TNI BEST BEMCDY KVKB KOWi TO MAW Fvr Coughs, Coldi, Atthma, Croup, BroneJhiSg Influenza, Bleeding of the lAing. JJiJfieuU 7 Brealhtng, LiverAffeciioni, Pain Weakness of ihe Breast or Side, T First Stages ff Consumption, r. .7 .f'i'.','' . teiteytei.Xr-vJ f". ; In short, this Balsam is peculiarly adapted ts every disease of the Lot-gs and Liver, which as produced by our ever-varying climate, r ' Inf I-T7EWZA A iv d Coirf omvtioK It is Indeed? a melancholy truth that' thousands fall victisae tat Consumption every year from no other cause the neglected colds; yet we find hundreds, and toon sands, who treat such complaints with the great est indifference, and let them run on for weeke. and even months, without thinking of the danger. At first; you have what you consider a slight couj.li or cold, a.low business, pleasure, or care lessness to prevent you from giving it any attend lion; it then settles upon your breast, jrou hecomai' hoarse, have pains in ihe aide or chest, expectorate large quantities of matter, perhaps mixed". fHlk blood; a difficulty ot breathing ensues, and tBm you find your own foolish neglect baa brooglit am roughtsm ur life or : Tl rifle srttfc - -J. this complaint. If. Shen. you value vour health, he' waited fn time, and don't trifle your cold; but immediately procure a bottle) of that famous remedy, fir. Wistar's Balsam ef. Wild Cherry, which is well known to be las meet' . speedy cure ever known, as thousands wUlteetifj whose lives have been saved by It. . For Influenza it is Jibe very best aedicbw i Aav wot Id. . '. .; ' ..' , '. t-. I-'.- Be not dcceived.,remembr that h is ' Dr. ? tars Balsam of Wild Ckerry" ihaipertortMlh 1 most wonderful cures, and it is the remedy tbai' . will afford you immediate relief. ?-iUr -if- ' - 1 . s? 9;?. ij, , - - t , " Two Lives Saved by the us of only Tkrta JRasV tlesof -"Wistar's Balsam of mid Cktrry . ' .. Mt..Ed'xi. Ky.. Jury S4, 193. : Messrs Harcourt Howard & Co. .Gents: Tfc " "Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry- that t bought ot you has been of such- signal benefit las .' my family, that I wish to make its vhiMrskaavrx . for the benefit of the public. .',... ;- ... .. ;. .''.-' ' My wife to k cold si the time o. ev jMlsia ; ment, which settled on her Luka. TW psVjai j. cisns pronounced her disease coosoraftism. had proluse night sweats, and had ceughe; aW was given up, for w despaired ot has seeovery and her child partook of her comptalas. -She shasi ' commenced taking f Vistar's Balsam Jt Rllst t Cherry," and three bottles eSecttdaa aatira with her and the child boihi. - i- : ";; . . I have no doubt that they would have aoe ate ': in their grave if they had not have used Wistat Balsam of Wild Cherry. " ' v'J -"''" J .SETH tt. S1AKCT. ; -r :: Seth R. Searcy, whose cerUfieate k ebova, h s man of as much veracity as any ia this taaiilll aud a man of good judgment, and ftaSJOKSu reliaoce on his statement. - , : - - iv r ' HARCOURT, HOWAftDfeCOu: ; ; ' Price SI per bolt re six bottlaa for 45s.'' ': v '- ; Sold by- J. D. PARK,C(nonsMtfvt. North-east corner of Kouth aad Wamatstraats entrance on Walnut street to whom all ardat ' must be addressed. , , ' . . . .. v , a For sale by J. A. & G. R. Dvapct Woodsfield; II. E. Kotzebuo, Makr;"; Polloek. Carter & Co., SunCak;,!!. Fi Miles & Son, "nmrrinni T ixn.'; C. Buell, Marietta. - - v ;- - - March 8. )854- . , -k .-:-: , x :- . DISSOLUTION. The partnership herats. fore existing between Elbtabcth W esbiw sjsCr ' George W Pat ton, under the tiatii ff Patto r Co., at Sardis, Ohio, was oa the- 3i f . Ar. 1S54, dissolved ly mutual consent-' .-. 1, . ,OI. ELIZABETH. NESSTTT May 8, 1854 . 1 1 ' v county, deceased. lewis Walter. MylT,lS54; Auditor, M: C."