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ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. - J ; lW York, June 20, 1855 i.Tie Asia arrived with London dates ; to the 8th. The Asia arrived out on the . second instant. ' General Intelligence. . .From dispatches received at the Admi , ralty - from Sir Lyons dated at Kertsch, May 1st, it appears that a squadron from he Sea of Asoff had appeared before ' Gevitchi, and landed a body of seamen id marines, driving the Russians from the place, V - They destroyed all depots and vessels, laden with corn and supplies for the Rus- . aura army. Only one man wounded, Sine entering the sea of Azoff, 4 steam era, and 240 vessels employed in carrying supplies to the Russian army on the Crime have been destroyed by the" Allies The conference at - Vienna has formally closed, after a late sitting held on the fourth of June. , - -: Gen. Pelissier telegraphs from the Cri mea June 1st. We have sprung two mines in front of the. flag-staff bastion. v The second explosion did considerable damage to the enemy. - In a ravine of Careening bay in advance of our works our engineers discovered & transverse line of 24 cubic caseB filled with gun-powder, each forty centimetres thick placed at equal distances, and buried just beneath. the sod, -each case containing one-fifth of r a kulogramme of powder and covered with I fulminating apparatus which would ex plode by the simple pressure of the foot. These , had ; been taken up by our engi r aeerg.. ; :-..- . v A dispatch , from Prince Gortsohakoff dated 29th of May, states that the Allies had occupied Kertsch, but had not push ed - inland. He ' reports that in conse quence of the measures he had taken the Allies would not be able to cut off the communications of the Russian army. The Government Gazette of Frankfort, publishes a dispatch from Odessa to the effect that the Russians are raising bat-, teriea to ' command the channel near Gevitcha, which connects Putno ' Lake with the Sea of Azoff. ; ' ''' , ; Another- dispatch says Gen. Onscha koff had arrived at Perekop with his di- vision . of four infantry regiments, each 3600 strong. v "-Gen. Gro8senheim has also arrived at Perekop with the 8th cavalry division, consisting of four regiments, each 960 strong. These give Gortschakoff a rein forcement of 18,000 men. ' . Letters from Berlin to the 1st, state '-that the success of the Allies had made a deep impression there. ! ' -f A letter received from the French, camp at Sebastopol, dated May 2 2d, states that the Allies are on the eve. of great events that everythinir is repaired at last that at Kertsch, and 50 dismounted guns, but no powaer stores. . r Uracow. Letters report that the in surrection at Ukrane is not yet suppres Sed. .'.;" .v Baltic The British and French fleets on the 4th of June, were closed to Cron stadt. .New fortifications have been erected smce last year. ' 1 Asia. Pelissier telegraphs, June 3d, the Russians . evacuated Lougak Kali, destroying before doing so, 60 guns and six mortars. ' Changes have occurred in the Turkish Cabinet new political combinations are springing up. The London Times is all for the war, but argues that any prospect of peace since the new invasion of the Principal ties by the Russians is extremely remote France. A decree extends the free importation of breadstuff's to England during the present year. The King of Sardinia will probably meet Queen Tic toria in ; Paris in August. Perhaps the bultan will also come. bPAiN. I he Government represents the Carhst insurrection as entirely sup pressed, but the province of Catalouisa is placed in a state of siege. There has been a break up in 'the Spanish ministry. A 'compulsory loan of 200 millions had been imposed. - Italy.- Maximilian, brother of the Em peror of Austria, had a private interview with the Pope. Considerable speculation as to its object. Letters by the St. Louis mention that Horace Greeley, was arrested and detained in prison two days in Paris on the com plaint of a sculptor who sent a work of art to the New York Crystal Palace. The tribunal dismissed the case. v Bemoval of Got. Boeder. ' Washington, June 19. The President has called Reeder and oiner Kansas territorial officials to ac count for . speculations in Kansas with half-breeds, in violation of acts of Con gress, and tells him he cannot be kept in office unless impressions now on his mind shall be removed by , satisfactory explana tions.. Reeder promises to reply when he shall have reached Kansas. . , Soule arrived in the earl v boat this Ig A REIE D On the 23di inst., by Joel P. Kandolph, Esq., Mr. JosKrn C. McFaddrs and Miss Catharine Stixe, all of this county. On the 24th inst., by Rev. J. J. Mcllvar, Mr. Asdebw Jackson and Miss Mabt J. Mh i.br, all of this village. ,. . , , Accompanying the above announcement we received a fine cake. , ;- Propitious stars upon them shino, To light them throngh this world of care ; Their cup be filled with bliss divine, " ' And earth's bebt joys be mingled there. -On the 14th inst. by Wilson Martin Esq Mr. Obkd Wait and Miss Eliza Ellks Mabti.v all of Ohio Township in this county. .... DIED On the 22d inst., at Us residence m Jackson township, of small pox, FETER Will EN, aged about seventy years. Mr. Witten has long been a resident of this county, and was well known to many of its citizens. He twice represented our county in the State Legislature. As a peaceful and kind hearted man, and good neighbor, few excelled our deceased friend. Democratic Convention A meeting of the Democratic Central Com mittee of Monroe county, was held in Woods- field, June 16, 1855, at which- Marshal Mob- row was called to the Chair, and Johs Marti chosen Secretary. The following resolutions were adopted: Jiesaived, That a Convention of the Demo cratic party of Monroe county, be held, on the popular vote plan, on . Saturday, the 28A day of July. 1855. to "nominate 2 'candidates for Representative, 1 candidate for Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, 1 Sheriff. 1 Coroner, 1 County Commis sioner, 1 County Treasurer, 1 County Recorder, and 1 Prosecuting Attorney; and that the noils at the primary -elections, in the several town ships, be opened at 1 o'clock, and closed at 6 o'clock, P. M., of said day. Kesolved, That the Democracy of that Dart of Noble county, formerly belonging to Monroe, be reqnested to meet at their several places of holding elections, and ballot for candidates for Representative. . Resolved, That ono delegate from each town ship be appointed to return the poll books to the lounty Convention, to be held in Woods- neid, on Monday, the 30A day of July, 1855, at 1 o clock? P. M., at which time said poll books shall be opened, and the candidates hav ing the highest number of votes shall ba d- ciared the nominees of the Democratic twirl v of Monroe county, for the several offices to be mica at the ensuintr October election -' Resolved, That the delegates of this county, wucn assemDiea, snail nominate three candi- : Legal Advertisements Sheriff s Sale. TY virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa.' et Lev. Foi issued from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, on Monday the day of July. 1855. ' at 9 o'clock, and continue from day to day, the following personal property, taken in execution ana levied on as the property of George T. Kelch, at the suit of P. J. Bartholow and others as lrustees of Bartholow & TiJIHny,,.and Bar tholow & Co., to wit: " 2 wagons 1 cutting-box 50 yds bleached muslin 22J " do do 25i "linen ' " bleach 1 muslin '. do do do do 1 do do glazed do do do Ho do do do left this city some three months since, ar. rived on Saturday evening last, having left .earney on tne Z9th ult. Mr. Davison informs us that the Indians have stolen nearly every hoof of stock belonging to the mail contractors, and; have . driven away all the cattle from the foremost emi grants, leaving them nothing but their wagons. Cholera was thininer out the trains be. ov tuab i ... w - arrangements had been made in a.eonneil IonmS 10 tne mormon emigrants. These orwar,' at: -which "Generals . Canrobert, . are comP08ed of families lately ar- Pelissier,. Bosquet, Lord . Raglan, Omar H from EuroP- ' ' Pasha, Brown, Delia, MarmorhHnd Ad- , 6 Indians ha heard the troops are mirals iSrnat and Lyons were present . , ' s inem ana express morning trom KlChmond. lie Stops at dates for Directors of the County Infirmarv, Wlllard's.. : - Resolved, Inat one delegate from each town. snip snail be appointed, at the township meet Troubli on thx Ps.-Mr. Davi- n"! iJf ZTS f "l!!en.Rtoriil , wv.UUVvx vr i,u unit juo&c uiaiwmcu I ue nereaiter agreed npon. Resolved, That the delegates appointed to re turn the poll books from the several townships shall be the Central Committe for the ensuintr ear. The Judges of the primary olection will be careful to exclude the votes of all except Demo- craw legally entitled to vote at the annual eiectiou. It was ordered that the proceedings of this meeting be signed by the Secretary and nub- iu me apiru 0 jjemocracy. ; ' JOHN MARTIN, Secretary,; AXWOIJWCEMEXTS. . ,'au me reimorcementa naa come up, ma&ing the Jb'rench army amount to 200,. 000 men. r" .; . . -n-cv.- Both Houses of Parliament met on the Candidates will please remember that our charge is one dollar tor announcing each name, and that we expect the fee to accompany me announcement. ; 4th ;insti after Whitsuntide and Derbv Jwn 20. The notorious Henrietta Rob- recess, in tne iiouse or Lords. vneir aetermination to meet them well momited. Independence Afo.) Despatch; .TT . "--r ry. ; HORACE HOLI.axt, tne zu. ine notorious Henrietta Rob- ' inson. the mnrdereM wo f ,u. T0161 you will ' uvuvutu UI1S I UUU11V A1S Ma. Editor: friend of Ton will confer a favor on an- nftmA ma s - r . i -rim- l n x ' amnnn Kxr Vnl1. TT " u. .t .TTT." re-eiecuon, vtvf .uuuuguuuh uicav xriuua are j w umxis w uung me i ""j- uecision oi tne Democratic Con- and ninety St'-Peters- Tcr7 promising, Oo the 23d one hundred cases of 'Cholera Occurred in burgh. -:.- ' '',: ; A" telegraph dispatch from ) Caghari announces the death of Bey of Tunis on the night of the 1st of June. His sue ewsor and 'cousin Sidt Didammed Bey, had ascended the throne without obstacle. The bombardment of Sebastopol re commenced on the 6th. ' :' k " AC dispatch was received from Lord Raglan, dated Jane 8th, announcing that after a fierce bombardment, .the French attacked and carried Mamelon and the White , Tower. The greatest gallantry was cuspiayva on both sides. third of Auflrnst next . WhAn rn vention. O - - Hw UV V UUKC commended her soul to God's mercy, she said he "had better pray for his' own soul," declaring she was a victim to polit ical conspiracy, calculated to crush inno cent women. ;v;: - - ' - - - .. : . " We are authorized to announce JAPHETH SMITH as a candidate for election to the offioe nf Repre sentative, subject to the decision of the Demo cratic Convention - . ' . v "Wool Market ; Wool buyer's, in town are pavinir from 30 to 45 cents per pound for wool accord- critic Convention. mg to . quality and texture, and some choice lots sold for 50 "cents. Belmont Chronicle' -' ...'. ..1 ,. : , A steady demand, ,with large receipts of new clip." Sales in he week of ; 12,000 to 15,000 lbs. at 16al8 cents for nnwash- The loss'of cbmmora; washed do 26a29 cents; pul We are authorized to announce . WILLIAM READ as a oandidate for re-election to the office of cucrin, suDjeet to the decUion of the Demo- v. - . . 28 13 38 H 14 82 34 35 60 20 29 42 43 12 26 20 16 26 41 24 21 5 5 12 6 15 1 5 5 1 i plain do 4J cassiuet 9 M grey tweed 8 v striped do 6 " do 25 plain do fe - do do 6 " blue canton flan el 7 white do do 2 " do do do 2i brown muslin 9 " jaconet. 0 nankeen York drilling " blk glazed muslin " Ohio tweeds bln'i " br glazed muslin u blk glazed muslin " cotton tweed blue " hickory shirting r shirting check " do do u chambray bagging "check blue strip'd colored drilling Scotch cross bar red gingham " ticking do " bearerteen " ne pins ultra cord " alpaca u cotton twills . " do . do " Victoria plaids " cotton twills do do u do do Kentucky jeans , , .... i . nwisory snir.-lgi 3? lbs, d0 " plaid tweed 31 skeins varn 1 white silk hdkf a yds. prints J " cap stuJT 2 Vollow rot. 1irU-4V 11 do 1 oil dress cot. do 3 shawls . 15 yds. alpaca 1 u black cap stuff 3 white do do 6 " black silk If " tabby velvet 7 red flannel 12 fig'd do 22 barred do 10 towel stuff 3 boys caps 8 yds. wliite flannel 1 M table cover " Irish linen l " do do G Uble cloth 2 black over coats 6 pair cassinet pants 1 cassinu-re do 10 yds. table cloth 15 " bagging 54 frinee 11 pairs suspenders 1 girth 6 woolen hoods 10 do comforts 3 pairs socks -6 - tt cotton hose yds. prints " linen 24 prints No. 75 1 "' muslin I u drillinst 3 bunches Ctt6n yarn "domestic gingham " barred shirting " do gingham " do ! do " rto. .. do striped do "domestic ginghain'14 sett beddtead screws both Russians and French was very great, J led . 20a23 cents; fleece, -common, 25a bnt no- ficrure's viare eiven " The event 27 cents; three-quarters to blood do 35a- caused great' buoyancy of public feeling 40 cents per lb. Bait. Sun: and a slight rise in Consols. ' .-. There has during the week been some ' Bmamtctts;--No change of moment 8tr n wol market some of the best except in-corn, which advanced Is. since cliP8 having been sold at as high as 55 the departure of the Atlantic. Provisions cents Pfr pound, which is the same as the generally firm, and In some cases a slight 8ame cliP8 brought last season, and some advance established. thing higher, we believe, than was antici- lxndon money market still easier. Paa. WeUsburgh Herald. There has been another great increase of 25 25 12 30 26 241 25 30 38 38 34 22 24 60 19 We are authorized to announce "' ' 35 JAMES MITCHELL. as a candidate for re-election Vlerlc or the Court of Common PIbm tnhit OJ i the dflciitinn nt tlia Tlnm-n n i "T ----- --wuiwmuv vAuvenuon. I , 7 4 63TWe are Anthorizod to announce FREDERICK KOEHLER as a candidate for re-eleeUon to the office of vuumy treasurer, subject to the decision of the iiuwiauo convention. 19 1 3 do 6 do 183 do 5? do- : 34 do 30 "prints No, 17 do " 31 " do 35 do . ' 33 do 6 do " 26 . do 30? DeLaine 34 do 14 do 14 do No, 18 do " 22 , ' do - 25 alpaca . 16 canvass 1 box 11 yds lawn " lawn No. 2 do 3 do " 4 prints No. 18 21 bunches cot. batting 1 woolen shawl ' 1 yd. DeLaine 1 box cassiinere 14 pair meji's shoes 16 pair ohil.iiens shoes " womcu's do 2 ." gum do 7 " fine do 7 men's boots 15 bolts curtain naner 10 yus. fringe 8 gross matches do, horse cards 5 curry combs 7 wood saws -4 bridle bits 5 sheep bells & straps - peg cutters rings 2 3 1 27 36 14 6 24 26 25 CaTWe are authorized to announce WILLIAM P. RICHARDSON as a candidate lor the office of Prosecuting At- 13f v'"i Duujcwk 10 mo aecision of the Demo- 2 oraue vonvenuon. do "12 do ..11 do 10 do . , 9 . do .17 do 21 do ' 16 a do 8 " do "15 "do 14 do "13 " do - " do " 19 " do 31 " do ; 26 do ' 29 "do "30 " do red barred do No. 28 - do letter A " do No. 24 do 23 do " : 22 DoLaine letter A " curtain calico " prints " 32 bullion in the bank of England London Markets, th. Barring & Brothers qnote breadstuffs generally nn changed. Market dull. y( :; The Conferences of .Vienna having for mally closed at the instigation of the western powers, negotiations for peace are not uceiy to be renewed unless Rus uoodale's recent sales of wool were made at the following rates:' S 55 ccntA XX 50c, X 46, No. 1 41 No. 2 37. No. 3 33, No. 4 31and No. 5 26 cts From present prospects, wool will be from 1 to 3 cents higher. The country is flooded wiin ouyers. W ool owners must look out j Ohio Farmer. , , We are authorized 4o announoe DANIEL O'CONNOR as a canaiaate for re-election to the office of county icecorder, subjeot to the decision of the uemocratio convention. Dr. R. M. Andrews. PHYSICIAN : AND SURGEON. "Redidence in Adams townshin. vu tua i arm aaioinincr Wm. Alevsinar 1 .nr. . . ' " Adminletratn via Ont H . m uain. - i AN SATURIHV bv j . .... r? I 7 unjr vi duly. 1009.1 32 ' ww ui iiu mmnnnn. nn in. nMm. Wool is selline full un to last sia ; shall apply to Austria for her good an 7 sell higher. We heard of a sale oaces. - ; Prussian correspondence . says I or Umo connty wool at 60 cents, and of. that - Austria- considers herself released fers between that and 50to others T.Pt i8 in Ohio townshin. from , all engagements to the Western onr farmers look to it that they do not giver lne highest bidder, the following 36 Powers, the latter having refused to con- their wool, bnt inform themselves IdeTedo'tu6 Johf U' nnw' 33 ClUde TtAAAA Vtn roo.oftn.Kl a (on.. ,i 1 1 fullv hfifnm RPllinrr Wh..U T-t.lU .i. J ' . r"".BUMr 01 r " - . w wv.vy irw tuo. auo 1 1 - o" "onv jntomucn- 1 uo ouuui eaa auaner or ant.iAn 1 v n leer. in, However, still professes herself the fly of France and Enriand. Bubiect to article ne of the treaty of December 2d. 2? to 40c. The ; Vicnna papers advise that al though, the conferences are closed, the plenipotentiaries have the Austrian prop- hove it. oaiuons under consideration, and Austria, is still desirous to effect a mediation. Meantime the military committee of France town- aores. ' Also Sales of which we have heard range from TJv Mt nartor of north west quar- 42 to 40c. The coarser oualitvmav In I 7'a a vI, """n, eoniauung 40 acres 26 J mf J i -m u uuurmi .( nw n rntu a - m -1 1 r SOmn incfano. ft. 11 V,l UJ . .: op wn 101. r. wivw mil urice. ann iiowiuz nan thnronr- . n-b.- r 6-s ne on fa vi wjw uuer cups Will CO I Vl - r onumaro. 8 rods aonth from W I DA . VI ' - s oum east corner; thence east 47 . RETAIL PRICES. ' WooDsrraLD, June 26, 1855. and Oroai Br,rin bo Uft xr LL"ur .Pw di . . . , 9 00 . . Government telegraphs of affairs before Corn. Der bns : Sebastopol show great gallantry of the I0 Pr bus. ; The Russian plan was to unite all the ambuscades by a line of srabions. connect- ed by a continuous, coveredTwa , south of it A a . - - wm Allies- advance on Tchernaya. The Allied force , consisted of 20,000 men. The condition of the ground shows that tne Kussians; never intended to maintain the position. r-' ";y-' : "4i "-r''vi The telegraphic accounts indicate that the Allies are yet on their own side of the river."' 'S'l2:- -: :x-iv.;:.,; The Ames found 17.000 tons of eoal Pork, fresh, ner lb. : '. Bacon Hams, pr lb. " .- Shoulders r. . . -" Sides:;.:,,.. Aiaciterei, per lb. . Eggs, per do,. -- . I'oUtoes, per bu. .. . ,v. Cheese, per lb. . -Peaches, dry, per bus , . . .' . Apples '. -. " - - Coffee, per lb.; .......... Sugar, N. O.. per lb- Tallow, per lb Candles, per lb. ...... . Nails, 8d and 9d ner lb. . . Molasses, per gall. . . , , ... , Ktce, per lb,,.. ''Fib ... ...$1 45 a 1 50 ... 75 40 4j .... " 9a. a : .9 5 . 75 12 . $2 00 1 00 ' 14 a 15 V " . 8 10 15 a 18 45 a 50 aio rods to a stone south of a tobacco a straight line a north east course to two elms at the south east corner of the lands belonging to the heirs of George Kine: thence with thS Tm. m B 80 rod we8t 8tone at tne north east corner of said Peter King's land; thence south with said Peter King's line BH rods to the place of beginning; bounded en r"T uo tno lands of JIahala King and aeirs, and on the west by the lands of peter -a, "vuMMumg 0 acres. leaving to be sold under the order, 7 acres. Also the south west ' in9 norta east quarter of section 12 'igv , containing u acres and 4 IV .r . an acre. - Also the north part 01 tne north east onirtar f hmMmi to H!0ittblln .4 ores, subject to the dower rr wow. Appraised at ,066. , in IfTSf '8ale One-third in hand, one third in six months, and tn msMha n t:. intAHHit v 7 v JW, wwa interest on . deferred payments from the day or sale t to be seemed to the satisfaction of tb unaersigned , , joijn MUHLEMANN - t -'V X BB:Admof John U. Renser, dW'd. ' March 28. IBB 5 ' ' do do 20 do 10. do 13 - do 281 do 6 J do 44 do 7 do ' 20 do 20 do ; 10 i do . 11 do - 12J ; do 13 do 16 do 1 36 do 1 31 - do do do do do ' ' do ' 1 : do " " do -. do. - do " padding prints No. 53 do 43 do 57 Uble oloths 1 box 3 yds drilling v cotton hdkffs. S iO -v idO ':- ,. 7 do -: do ? ".' '. 41 yds prints N. 63 33 . B 29 Sprints . 67 32 5 37 13 "1 33 40 ?41 ; 36 -35 -34 38 37 52 , 63 51 50 49 48 47 48 45 44 43 . 60 59 ; 58 56 55 541 61 62 7! do I I doz. iron do 13 bun. letter envelops do 23 cakes chocolate - do I 9 razors do 21 doz. boxes nills , 23 papers 8 o. tacks 19 4 oz. do 4 shoe nails 1 shoe punch 38 boxes blacking i gimlets 1 sett knives & forks 3 doz. ' , . do 50 bottles Dr. TWla'a ... Pills .. 11 pad locks - 11 bottles castor oil - 29 "N.&B. liniment 5 door latches . 5 bottles J's. vermifuge 3 "car. balsam 4 thumb latches 12 boxes McClainsnilli o Dottle's I' rey's verm 1 norse cord . 2 curry combs 10 chest locks 6 bottles Laudanum 0 V.. Davis' pain killer balvamo plasters 19 Magnetic salve . bottles Ess. pep.mt. 6 . " aragoric o barlow knives 1 pocket knive's,extra a lilly white 3 pocket knives 1 hair brush 2 butcher knives 2 glass pepper boxes 3 bot. ess. winter green Dottles ink 6 ink stands (12 clay pipes i' '- 4 papers screws 12 shoemakers awls 2 setts door hinges 5 slates " - -T 1 bottle lemon- syrup nay s Arithmetic 3p. a " " 2p. 1 " lp. 1 Cutter's physiology 3 Pinneo's Grammar 10 MoOuffey's 1st reader 4 Methodist Hymn bks 15 false faces : .. 154 lbs rags ; ' 60 lbs lard ' cross 38 " common soan " 28" pepper : - : ; 15 " fancy soan " - 3 cinnamon -; ' 9.'ginger Z Z v ' 43 al eratus - 2 ess. of coffoo alum . H'ozs sails 4 " senna . s 4 lbs alspico ' - ' 0 " indigo & 2 jars " glauber salts f 13 ozs magnesia - zi u pepper 21 aloes & I jar 35 M Klaubur salts , 5 prs men's shoes C 25 children's do 10 ' do do r 2 lbspinkroot &jargr o powaer scan -1 - Scotch thread " alum & jar gross 44 candles 24 lbs. log wood & box r - - gross 5 M indigo & box gross oo lbs. tidy. nails 1 pair trace chains . 150 lbs. soda saleratus . and keg gross .1 benm .. 2 pasteboards 66 lbs." iron for horse i shoe nails 11 hoes ;' 6 rakes . . ! 5 forks 3 scythes , 1 J I! 3 pairs mits 3 hose f,i 8 mens gloves cot, 27 skeins silk (col'd) 1 lot wadding 64 skeins cotton 'thread 1 lot pipes 3 yds. .Jinsey 4J doz. palm leaf hats 5 yds. bobinct 8 skeins crewel 11 flax 5 coffee mills' 7 horse cartfs " . .. 6 curry comb 8 yds., fringe 16 wool hats 4 braid " 2 straw " 1 counter brush 7 washboards 44 ladies collars . 28 yds edging 0'9 white lace 5 black do 13 night capsl o butter cloths 9 tooth brushes 1 2 corset strings 13 prs ladies' blk hose 1 bunch whaleboue 1 " watch guards 6 prs!boys' surrender: 23 bottles bear's oil 1 bunch knitting pius i ux rancy soap ; 1 box ladies' combs 2 bunch slate pencils 5 doz pen I'diers -. gro silk coat buttons. 7 prs blk silk mits 4 rattle.? ; 10 razor strops 1 doz table s ojds ? ' II I HI II I I 1 thermometer 2 iron holders doz. tin pans . strainers 2 slew pans 15 'tin cups ' 4 qnart tins r 3 funnels . -6 coffee pots 1 tt cannister 5 buckets 1 peck ; 2 lanterns 13 dippers 2 scoops 1 auger 1 2 ozs opium 2 pair scissors 1 paper moss i doz brooms 5 brooms (no handles) 4 pair trace chains 1 butcher knife . 3 plow points . 1 stove and pipe . 1 piece npper leather 7 skins . 1 wooden bucket 1 log chain 1 lot butter ": I lot eggs ' 1 bbl & some molasses 3 half bushels . . -2 oil cans ;. . 1 bushel oats 23 doz eggs 2 doz scissors 5 teaspoons " 2 bunches blk tape I boxes rings 1 lot shirt buttons 1 8 boxes percus'n caps t Drcast pins , 8 blank books I cards hooks & eves 1 doz lead pencils 1 ' " papers Dins . 1 box black ribbon . f ispOOlS boss , 1 lot black cord 1 oil cloth 1 box buttons (mixed) W prs side combs 10 rcdiliq colnbs 4 boxes pencil points 10 pre ladies' cot gloves 15 fine tooth, combs 1 lot darning needles ' 1 " wood pocket comb Goods; Gr6ce"ries,;&c. ' Spring and' Summer Gftods TUbT RECEIVED from the Eastern cities, a J new stock of ' i t BUY fiOOBS In C5 . at reduced n Consisting of every variety usually keif Ready-Made Clotliinfr constantly on hand and for sale prices. , . . CLOTHING MADE TO ORHWR in the latest fashions and best styles, and war ranted to be equal to any work done in the west. Call and examinn fnr -w vuasvswa ; ' R. CHASE. Clarwotos, May, 1855-ly r - ;;-r; WOODSFIELD, "6iUQ. . r J u7h,lcompnjr' bein or-nied MdeVaJaww able charter obtained rpnt the LeelaturTl now in' a wosberous rnhSfW. . I manM Hm a "irl .ona P Stablea, St0!e Shop, Meic&wnJfel ' against loss hy firei? t.U, f-fcS NATIIAS JNO nOLUSTES, I3AAQ tMTWif)r LEWIS SBIFLSV v . ye. ABSasiH, W. A. TALBOT, . .. JV'R0W1S. J. B. OBUM6BB,". . rOIUI KBi.J WM. LITTEH. ' WILLIAte MM,! MEW 000BSf ..sthbl; v ' JOHJT A. DAVENPORT; Pres'U XOLL, Secretary and Oeneral AgenU May30,1855,T;4. - -.. :r. ,u ature f PennsvlvaniaL-wifh-'V ' '; ' ' BOi8D OF TKPSTEBS. . - - v His Excellency the Hon. James "Buchanan;. Hon. W. H. .Lowrie, Hon. Wm. Wilkins, Hon-s Moses Hampton, Hon. Charles Naylor, 3en. J. K.Moorchead. . . . . :r FACVX.TT. ' ft ' V. DUFF, Author f "North American Ac countant," Professor, of ;,Book-Keeping, and Commercial Sciences." . -,. . v ,f - ; . WILLLAM READ, Shcrifl; M. C. June 27, 1855. 15 33 O. Pay up! Pay up THE NOTES AND ACCOUNTS owing to George T. Kelch, in Monroe county, Ohio, have been, assigned to us. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Kelch will please call and make payment. .- -.. " HOLLISTER, OKEY & HOLLISTER. June 27, 1855. . ... ; : The Blooded Bull Tecnmaeh A LL PERSONS wishing to improve their stock J.X. irom tne above-named SHORT-HORNED BULL, can do so, by applying to the subscriber, j residing at the Valley Mills, in Perrv townhiiv Monroe county. Those living at a distance will De supplied with pasture for their cows. Termn. Havinr mifA.. ' ' ,' - 1 I O K w.va BiVbh CAWUaiTCIT ..... . . . . I Ml 11 I ' W U a.- jx, :. THE UNDERSIGNED fa now receiving at his NEW STORE ROOM, one door nnX r t I. Randolph's Hotel, in the building formerly PITTSBURGH, PA.; Incorporateof y th rnuaaeipnia and Baltimore, A Large and Splendid Assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS O DEI H7L I B Ss : Hardware, Qiieensware, Boots. Shoes. IT A rnc Wjtx . I " JOHN D. XVn.t T iXtO ix. v..ii.V"''V jii a o JiUJXJXJz IS See See I .T" -"j " ues on nana pen- - ' "c- man in the United.-Stotes ' Profrnany tf rZT WlnVh n will oTl i,s Tow vnirve :i ff' feasor of Com. .. ... uoum 1. a UII.1W, I ucbuu uuu vniameniai 1 enmanship. i- lorcasn ana country produce, "-r , ; - N. B.' Hatch, Esq., of the Pittsburri - who are in want 01 anything to be found in a general retail store, can be accommodated by calling on him. ' .; Call and Examine his Stock. . J. .M. KIRKBRIDE. : Woodsfield, April, 1855. . ; THE Subscriber has just received, and is now opening, in the room formerly occupied by Wm. C. Walton, a LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED ASSORTMENT OP , , DBY GOOBf Hardware, Queehsware,; : ; B 0 OTS, SHOES, HA TS, . occ, etc., &c. rea, lour years old this serine, and wii?ha 1,00 pounds, and possesses all the dualities of mo onon-uornea stocK of cattle. - y. June 20, 1855. ISAAC YOUNG. " STRAY HORSE. rnAKEN UP, by the subscriber,' living in Green I townshin. Monroe conntv. Ohf oay 01 may, 1KS5, a fine SORREL HORSE, With a snip on the nose, and a star on his forehead, left hind foot white, about 7 years old, and about lb'i hands high. The owner can have the by proving property and paying charges. , wuue 1M9. JSLIA8 BHK1VER. PittahnMrl. TO. Professor of Mercantile Law and Political Eoon- umy. - . ; .'V , - -v.- P. HAYDEN, Principal of the Mathematical Department, Professor of Mathematics, 4e. Mr.'J. D. Williams: has pcrmanenOy Joined the Facnlty, and it wilf be seen that daring hi late professional engagements ; in the. East, he was there regarded as the best penman in the-: country. rThis Institution, therefore, presents attractions to students ; offered: bv.no ether of ' the kind in the United States. The course re training comprises jupivards of 400 real trans actions, in its different methods of. Double Xn try Book Keeping. 3000 prarticnaineBsT -calculations, covering the whole field of inland ' and foreign commerce. Commercial Penman, ship, with every modern improvement in Vhe art. Business letters and basiness forms; C every descriptionj ; 1 " - -. , r -Dailt Lkctuubs on . Commercial viaw 'andf Commercial Sciences, the theory otprbflOy - Duff's Book Keeping, Harper's editien,Tth most comprehensive- in the languaM sq Duff's Western Steamer's Accountant at perfect system for such accounts, Sjl. ' tSfSend for a Circular by inail. '4 , Nov. 29,-1854.-A:. ml ' Examination of Teachers for i 855; iiiHk KasmI r 17..: " - . he natters himself that he can nM Tilw I .ZT'Z,V u"mTS. nroe eonaty? - j .uv i-ut oainrnay in- aeik month of the year 1855, excepting the months of September, October, November and Decern ' ber. , Applicants must be in attendance: at 4f o'clock A,M.; of said days, and bring certificate, of moral character from resnonnihia tvo--. o.uunu iae jjoara. of purchasers to secure their custom is, that they will call and examine his Stock and Prices, before pur Chasing elsewhere. , ; A. D. DRIGGS. -Woodsfield, Jan. 17, 1855. Attachment. AT my instance, a writ of attachment was, on the 9th day of June, 1855, issued by j.uoiuas rowier.a justice of the .Peace in and for the township of. Malaca. Monro nn Ohio, against a parcel of Tobacco supposed by w""" i "t aDouinine nuuarcd pounds of Simon Davidson, a non-resident of said conn- CHEAP SPRING AND SUMMER THE subscriber has Just received a New Sui ! -a. fw y - -- : Ready-Made Cldthinfr. of the Latest Styles, which he will soil ! low prices. By all means call and examine his ! By order of .the Boara.- V v- JOHN . 8. iWAY.-.ffn" . vWooDiJan, 1 V55 .Clerkof BeartU , . Hall Arxanjemeriti: A KRTVAL AND DEPARTURE of theMalls at Xx. and from Woodsfiklo: . - ' Daknesvixlb Arrives every dav VexeeBt Sn : Stock before purohasitig elsewhere, if you want dTJ ' 2 o'clock M. Departs every day-Vex- vm4u;; n A uutWJk 4. . at. to get good bargains, CLOTHS. AND CASSIMBBBS Of superior styles and finish,; for sale at low ty, for the sum of $25,95, and costs of suit yet Prich nd will be made up to order, or sold to be included, and will be for hearing on ib hy the pattern. . - - , , -. v -,. Or..!. . t t . t .. P F tt- i . ' .. . ' - no is aiso preparea to Uo good and fashion able work for his numerous customers t rea- i sonaoie prices. M. BURGBACHER. Wood3fiklii, April 18, 1854. -Jia aay oi July, 1S55, at 10 o'clock A. M. June 20, 1855. JACOB CARPENTER. Guardian's 8al. ON SATURDAY, the 21st day of July, "1855, at 1 o'clock P. M., on the premises, in Ben- ! ton township, Monroe county. Ohio, to wit? The north east quarter of the north east quar ter of section 30, township 2 of range 6, con taining 40 acres, more or less. ' The subscribe will offer said lands and tenements for sale at public outcry, by virtue of an order from the Probate Court of said county, in the ease of Alexander Mc Williams, Guardian of Mary E. Mc Williams, against John A. and Adaline Mc Williaras. Terms of sale, cash in 'hanil-- ALEX. McWILLIAMS, : June 20, 1855. . ; r Guardian. . AM.ua, via .t,aiai8 Arrives evern Tuesday and Friday at 5 o'clock P. M.' Departs: every Wednesday and Saturday at Ai MJ'J Mabixtta - (W estern. route)--Arrives yarw Tuesday and Thursday at 7 P. M. . Departs t ery Monday and Wednesday at 5 A. M. " ' Mabtbtta (Southern route-Arrivea every. Saturday at 7 P. M. Departs every JridiyaV tlf0' (xCase) Arrives eveiMondavp' and Thursday at J2 M, Departs sam daVat ' i P. M. " '-. .--:j-:y v;; - ; Foreifim and Dnmm Tlnr i??)- every Monday . o ji j uvwuoi uuibuit w. - xeiarts GEORGE P. SMITH & CO - WHOX.B8A1B DBALEBS ix 1P.M. same days at Satnrday at S AtL , 54 WOOD ST- PITTammcm Are no receiving and will keep up durinav ?7" Clf?lt,rtv-W'MikJ-l: h. ..r. - i Friday at 6 P.M. Departs everv Tuesdav kn A TVT.1. AKn COM PI.BTK ASSORTXEKT FOR THE SPRING SAI.KS To which they invite the attention of the trade. Apm , looo. 50 ROAD NOTICE.-Notice is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the Commi. sioners of Monroe county, at their September session, 1855, prayinc for a count v road. com. mencing in the Creek road leading from Woods field to Clarington, at or near tho-ford of the creek, where the old road takes the hill on the lands of Wm. Steel and James Bracev. in Ad ams township;- thence up the hHl;. the "best route, passing near Beni. McMahon'n knn and with the line between the lands of Elijah McMahon, John Henthorn and JnTvr v;,, thence the best and nearest route, throncrb tb T7KDRTY acr tt". f v-r ;'v- . : . . rrage rpaa leaa- j. wcb quarter or tne sooth west quarter of Hall & Sneer's :Trnn Pln.rri,0 T ia..- nt . o 7 n-Ksniiarnr Hinno-hcs a and 5 Lever Ploughs;-'-J - KIRKBRIDrs. BBLS MUSKINGUM SALT. . inst r, eeived and for sale by . . " . " " ' - -. WM. F. BOOTH, ' ' ; 1 Jan. 24, 1855. Clarington, OhioS JIMFOBTAWTj72 T Til - Not: For sale at Feb. 7.- Land for Halei Paxjncr Farrier A 'StijiiHT '.&r- GEO. W. -MERClfiNWV' CELEBRATED AJLX Aj the, mart nnarkaula External limXlmmm V. 'AisooraraoV.- ing from Woodsfield to Claringtion. jne ia, iboo. .A . PETnTQNER. 3J M 5 . 21 37 ' 18 28 27 21 22 1 11 36 2 A Z0 6 5 1 7 3 4 do . . . 70 do ;; . ; 64 ', ... do ..; C "factory cotton, prints No. 71 . " curtain calico , diaper No. D. M curtain calico " alpaca -. " black alpaca "lustre do.--" vesting No. A .. . do '- . B dos. oil dress hdkfs soap shot . common tobacco and keg grass sparables . ;J 22 boxes mustard 11 bed cords 23 nutmegs $:i 7 washboards , .tr. 107 balls candlewick : ! A -1 1 . l 41 . papers of tea UST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY THE i Bbl., a fresh supply of .-,-. : MACKEREL. Also a cood assortment of RRAV rmriiRi GRAIN and GRASS SCYTHES; SICKLES" ' nvi, oijuw ana MAAUKE FOKSSI; .. Shovels; Hoes; Scythe Snathes: ' ' .- -'y- " Axes, &C, &c. V'! "v.: , Clarington, June 13 .- R. CHASE. . TO MY CREDITORS.-Intending to move west hy the first of October next, I wish all per sons to whom I am indebted, to leave thrir ac counts with Wx. Read, Woodsfield, and they will be paid. Let all pay attention to this no tice, even if thcirclain.sdonbtexceedl2J cents. Perry Tp., Jane 12, '55. PAVID STEEL. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution for property to me directed from tb Ti. bate court of Monroe conntv. Ohio. I win ceed to sell at the front door of the court honse; in the town f Woodsfield,' in said county, on Saturday, the 30 dav of June. 1 P55- - 7. between the hours of 10 o'clock a-m" m,i i o ciock p no, ot said day, the following describ ed real esUte, lying and being ia said eountyJ to wit: i.-", -, -.-. .. . .. . . .. Lotn number thirty-two and fortv-nine in the town of Stafford, in said county. ' Lot" No. 32, appraised at three hundred dollars.and lot ' 49 at fifty dollars. 4 i i.V Su i i ... n -v'v . '. Taken in execution and levied en as the prop- section sixteen, in townshin thrm nt r.-, f . .. , 7 " c """aip, is onered lor sale very cheap. About 28 acres cleared, has a fine young or- rhavi J - 1 .-a ' i B neww iog nouse and barn, a gow wen, and every otlier convenience that could be desired. For farther informaUon call on v- r. eons on tne land or - JOHN B. NOLL, R. E. AgCl Woodsfield' May 30, 18553t.pd. . : ; - LITTEN, H0RJTE & CO. Threshing Machine Builders and Bepaires. ' ' t SUNFISH. OHIO; . r ' WILL have constantly tm hands MAcnwEs of all kinds; also Clbakkbs of the best ana latest improvements. ' .t ,.;' . .From past experience we flatter ourselves that we can eqwu any manufactured in the State. -, ' Persons wishing to purchase Machinea will pi we give ns a oali and examine for them selves. AH work warranted to. perform richt N,. T A" old Castings and Iron taken in --' xchange for work, for which, the mgaos price will be given. . o f v ;.- IITTEN, HORNE i Co. Fanfish, April 4, 1855.- : - , p They can't Keep House without a4 EriiK of more um tixtven Ttan baa eMabUriMd M tacitly, M.rrh.01 CKbra(4 tarsliac tHLm KmUj ! family Eiubroetio, wiU can muuwi, aiUrw- ai.v tectt.se j .. ST--3 1, : r,.--i''i4.' .MwuiB. Sweeacv .RiiiffhATiM. WiTw4aik - jsia-11,. wuouji. (backed Heel. Gslla . .IK' kinda,LTresh Woeuds. Spraina, ' Bruisea, ,fSai J wins luasi, aaaa Tmcics, brens, ; For Sale; 7 lbs. coperAS erty .f Robrt McDivitt, at the suit 6f the SMate we vuiu. . v ii,i4A H KEAD, -June 6, 1855. $2 37 ;- Sherifi, M. C. O. gingham' oil dress red silk white - do do do do - gross.- t, ,i'jf 2 yds. hickory check 3 linen towels v 32 lbs. rosing box gross x pair Balances - 5 dos. knives & fcrks 1- bread tray -s . 1 shoehamnsor ; -: ! tap-bore " 'I".';! .r . 1 peek ! J. .-. '- a;. 6 lba. Wool-- - - 1 on linseed oil "- 61 lights 6X 10 glass ATTACHMENT. At my insUnce a writ of attachment was on the 4th day of June, 1855, issued by Thomas Neal, a Justice af the Peace in and for Perry township, Monroe coun- a 1 a. a. t. ... V. nio agains tne gooas, BtocKS. Interests in stocks, rights, credits, moneys and effeeta of vvm. w. uuyton, a non-resident oi said county, for the sum of $139 60 debt and cost, and will be for hearing on the ISth dav of 'July; 1855. at 10 o'clock A. M. i ?v.'.-i -. , , Juue 6, 1855.. A. B. COVERT. ' rPHE Subscriber Ors for sale, ONETOWN X Lor in the town of STAFFORD. Monro .County, Ohio, with a fine BRICK UUILDI thereon, with 3 rooms and a good cellar. There is also a good well nnon the Lot. and a stable attached to the Lot. Persons wishing ruiyniiMj tuca uouse ana Lot will please uiin a cau. .. JACOXJ L, BARNETT. ' Stafford, June 6,1855. . . . , , V urn ARY YOHO'S ESTATE. I ttmtxn M.mm AV. All. A foundered Feet, Scratches cr Grease, Htm-tT . Rheumatism. BitM of Aaraials. Sxternal !t'. , !, rwiuui jierrausAflcctwaa, rmt BMaaLv .,.,9nniVwllitk'1. Mi Seakhw. Chdlhlanis. Chapped ' Hands, Cramps, CoW . frsctions of the Muselro, SwclUnoa, WeakuaavT of the Joints. Caked Breasta, c Aaisc. t-. ." r"y Ueoinina mar known Is l ha fenRMw fnnii"i"rTi h cjnhartly b tnJ, xr.p fcr thM w) hM hxr ' m ttu babii erkMptn it in Thcir-taMMand kmmw. mount of ri, utTwitH uJ tiaw, f mn4 fc- BmB" Rat Mtir tk Mknu n ika u)a AHuttkI' ii i niiwniif vr un erw. et PaniPhftf rf ihe Armt. ii m what Knmtliltii y nn ni thi mlicin. . V! ' Estate. of Mary Yoho, late of said: couatyi'de- t ZSJ- f ceased, and has given bond and referred liters fj as such, "JOHN '-nftWt T Jt PVnd rvSvenhf m. Cleveland: andj June 6, 1855. V , CCV '.-'." '-. '-';;'.' ' 3- "-v,. r-' v ; .... .;' '" " - - i r-r'- , 'miiiTi ' - '----''-'- - -- iiiiT-r 'i - '