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K i . 1 i . if n r (f TP. f , A i ' i. t ' ,- Tho'- true, wit never can be learned, v , It may" b'assuwed and. owned and earned; vAqkI like oat noblest fruits improved,..- '- Bv beina transplanted &ud removed. VI: BEETE1TID SHOOTING. . BYH. V. LIXAND. Threc,men anTaWl-dog ugly, . "J, "'. , Two guns,, and a terrier lame : .' " ' They'd better jjand, out in th jmud there, And set.them9elTe up for game!, ;J y Butnal I see by the cocking- -i Of that red-haired Paddy's eye - : Ile'Veen "reeding'' too itfuch for you, sir, Any such game to try! ''" WftUt'yAMKT.'me boy! tape dark there; And Loultihe;1g.bfll-;dog in:r There a Woody big cloud of rade-birds That nade a pepperin'l' i yw : j . :: -; :: , ,-'Chip-bang!,' jsjeflka the single-barrel; 'ip-bpongl'roars the old 'Queen-Anne: There's a Paddy stretched put in the mud- ,hdle;"Oi 'i j -rr; ? .. n;.-r s A kkked-over, fcnocked-down man! The big bull-dog's eyes stick out . -"'And ihe terrier '8 barks begin; -The Paddy, digs out . of the deep mud, ' - ""And then the discoursin" comes. in: " :: 'Oh J ye precious young blag-guard, ; , I'kVovy ji've the 'divU's sonl.' ' V . How miapy fingers' load, thin, . " " Dld'ye put. in this 4amned old gun?'.. 'How many fingers?' "Be jabers! 1 nlyir.put in one!;;, ,r? . ..' D'ye.think I'd be afther ramming . ; Me fingers into the gun?' W , ;. . j . WelVgire me the powdher,. JamitI' ft'The powdher! as sure as I'm born,:. 'l I put it all in yer tnusket, . " . T ;. . :A.s I had ne'er a powdher-horn!' ? vv A Bed Bug Story. -r.The editor of the Grand River Eagle gives the following, as : the experience .of a. friend stopping at the- Kalamazoo nouser"'-;,:;-:'-- -.' 'Ypu see- J yeh t to 'bed pretty all. fixed used "up," after a hull day on the old road before the plaukrwaa laid, kalkalatin' on a good snooze..- , Waal, just as the shivers began to ase ; off, I kinder felt; sumthin' tryin' to pull off my; shirt and diggin' their feet, into tha small of my back ; to get' a goodjiold. i - "Wiggled and twisted, and puckered--all no use- kept agoin'.it like , 'Biineby got np and struck a light to took, ground, a spell--foud about a peck of bed bugs scattered .around,,, and .. more ; droppin' off my shirt and runnin down rnyleg3 every minit:'" Swept off a" place on the floorj shbokTout aquilt, " lay: down and kivered'np "ih"H for,;a nap KTNo -use no use mounted rights on to;tnelike a-passel of, rats on a meat tub nga ,holc in the kiverlid; and crawled through vand' "gave me fitsfor. tryin' to 3- "Gotup again, -went" down "stairs and got the slush bucket from the wagon. Brought it up' . made a , circle ; of tar on Ihaodr rlay jdowiJ on the ' floor '"on j the inside, and felttc6M6rtable; that time any- Ilow?1 Tiieft'the'riffht burnin, and watched Jm4jeft km' get together ;"aud,'have 1 xampk meetitt', 'bout it,- and. then they went -ff ln asquad; with, an old grey-headed he' one at the top, right Tip the wall, out on the ceilin till they goWto the right .mioZ. then dropped right, in, my Tface.-- Facti by thunder! '."Wall,"!' swept em np again, and made circle of tar on the ceiling,'too. 'Thought " d,em.foul,''that:t3mei but r swang to mad, if thev didn't null straws out of a bed, ana Duuct a-regular onage,over in :.- "Seeuitr ian incredible expression, on pur ...!fl4rf bfee1nched the BtorT thus: -I Ttrd--rrWher voabelicTe it -or not, ianttsome or. 7em waucea across on f tediusrs are curious criterai and'nd mis- 4takp, fspecialiy them-Kalamazoo kindJ' 5" rr- ? Too Anxious by Half. - ' Q . - Aaamusmjr anair nappenea Doxween coal dealey and. a purchaser, , The - latter 'fwas rery anxictis to see thatr the- former " did not cheat him, so e(lhe purchaBer)m. J-spected the wcighins of tlfo qoal mmself, nd felt. perfectly -satisfied that he gbt'his r tall allowance, without any- desires on .tne yer, "while i the. coal was weighing, the driver could not help laughing,, aware, at the time that tnfc purcnaser was particu- "iar aoouv xiis iuu : weigut wi vuw. - uc r- purchaser noticing jne .laugning .01 -me driver asked him, when ,he .received , his t fcbal. fwhat-it was all about bo. the-, driver tbTd liimf'Mrhyi' said he,--wheri your coal llwAtt wefirblnjr " vouWere Btanding on tht r;ca,and was weighed with it, ' .'Is it pos- A Lawter's wisH.-AJate witty mem- abuse againstStanv.After listening pa tTently'tcTtbe tirade nntillT its i close,"? th(j, JudeerTrTth"the7feeKncS" ot council .Btill A rtrnnfr within him. -slvlt whispered -ti bis 'friend: wh? sa n'exrtaihira u tKe' pev ;X should ia'e t -. side.' (- A natural wish. for a lawyer . . 2 GiiT IIlM,W.'Ila3 fc oner f tt-magistriitCj Mil 11 UU1SU11CV.-1 . . "Tlmn. ir. I cknuv inv liberty. 1 was arreBici as a uuisuuci;, wm u w, u .' 'Sr,V. tn '.inmmit: ni( T IrtrtVft f fol a "right to commit me, ' non- y- fSJonah' 3NTOte ' to " his" father" after fW- tohot trat. WnlWed him. -'statin'ir that Bible?- why I weigh nearly two . hundred doubt taken up by ' the sap,: and distribu poundsl' ''Well, sir,' said the driver, 'you ted through all their, cells. Tit is neces- e soldTeswas me, rej)lyt and I have Bary that a sharp tit should be employed bought myself, too.' f Jl, ' ; for1 boring the- holes, - bo as to cut cean . : mi "..' r ' i thrnnorh the minute tubes, and riot bruise - oer pi v& ocopisn 'T??? 'tffeely which it-otherwise . - 1 w I .1 - I, j 1 . 1 . 1 J. L . - I . ... - tecently,;mcnuxpn wnea ne :eara ser- d.edv- -rr.lstK V,-athnrl - fill mi nn fi An a Ann 'T,? ' - lf " rt , . A I. . 1 A 1' ? I lUS uc.w . - , - ".I... .1' " ., , . . he thoughi bahMfoaiVagoqd opening for ft youug man going into the.' oil busi-. teas: but afterwards wrote tor money bring hirahonie, stating that he naa been ''sucted in. ; gric.unuriu: gFAiBR9 AD tOTHEK8, it Is, suggested, would serve the Interest of one another, and at the same time oblige us, by contributing of their stocE'pf information to this department of the Spirit.; ; '-: i. Is ..' t " .1. : How to Make Throe Farms of One. Gi;R-Stewart, Esq., in a recent ad dress before the Ohio Agricultural Socie ty,1 thus speaks on this subject. Many-farmers are destroying the pro ductiveness of the farms'by shallow work. As they find that their crops are dimin ishing, they think only of extending their areasby adding acres of surface, as if they supposed that their title deeds only gave them a . right to six inches .deep of earth. If they-will take -those ; deeds", study their meaning and apply" the lesson to their fields, they will soon realize in. three-fold crops, the fact that the law has given them three farms where .they sup posed there was only one, in other words, that the 6ub-sofl, brought and combined with the top-soil, and enriched with the atmospheric influences, and. those other elements which agricultural sciences will teach them to apply to their ground will increase three fold the measure of its urodnctiveness. . ., . To show to what extent the rertuity oi the soil can . be increased, I refer to a statement in the. last Patent Office report. In the year of 1850, there were nine com petitors for the premium corn , crop of Kentucky, each; of whom cultivated ten acres. 1 ' Their average crop was about 122 bushels to the acre. At that time the average crop of wheat per acre in the harvest of Great Britain, on the soil cul tivated for centuries,' was almost double that produced on the virgin soil of. Ohio. .Why is : this? . Simply because British farmers are educated men and apply work wisely; v They - pay back to the ground what they borrow; they endeavor by every means in. their, power ; to enrich - their ground, and in turn it enriches them. If farmers, - instead of laboring to double their acres, would . labor to double their crops, they would find it a vast saving of time and bou, and increase of . profits., ;v ,, Many of them never think of digging ten inches in the. soil unless they have dreamed about a crock of gold hidden in the earth, tut if, they would: set about diprtrinQ- in Earnest, eyery man would find his crock ! of cold v without the aid of dreams and dlvmatiQO. ' ' " T""-. "Wle have a gre at advantage over British farmers in the fact that our farmers nearly all hold their lands which they ctlixirate in Jfee simple, while i-in."- England they are tenants, .hiring thaJand- of the nobility, paying enormous rents to the proprietors, besides' heavy taxes to the government. TaxeB are comparatively light,, and our farmers are their own. landlords. , Hence they have - been 'able to pay three fold waces for labor toUhose in Europe, and pay the" cost 'of transportation; arid yet - undersell the British farmers in their own market. From the Scientifio American. Sulphur for Trees, Eight years ago last spring the "borer" attacked several locust trees, which were backward and sickly. I. set to work and immediately trimmed them, shared off the rougu uutcr uwii.uuiu wo - short distance . aoove tne nrsu umo, auu then scraped and washed the branches witn an aiicaune lye to remove me et-uxi, aesiroy uiv wrrw.w uiwtu, u v-w a inbre free contact with the atmosphere. I then took a sharp btt and bored a hole in each tree close to the ground, and ex- tendmff r to the r center 01 each ; trunx. These I filled with common noar oi sui- phur, closing them with thin wooden disks, ani gealirig', them over with wax to ex- ciu the airr The effect of this; treat- ment was magical. '"' The borer disappear- j e(j j - the foliage isobn expanded and; as- gunied a'deep fichv color.-; ana durmg tne increase .'of woody . matter." Sulphur, believe, is but one of many other agents which might.be applied with success agriculture, and "horticulture. . We want more experiments of this character, in; order to "extend our. knowledge, for, in my opinion;- there is remedy for every dis easej if '. we, but knew where to find it, "both for - the ve'getable; and' animal kingdoms. The ulDhur -placed in the trees was no TV i .- . - r ' through .the minute rtubes, to allow - tne saplto now Would not If because"; it ''would squeeze and close up.mcmmuie moesr pofes.Sf Jthe Jn;es in he sara manner that a dull knifb makes -a-wound, more -difficult J tr ftpril than n HharD -onCi hx .. 1' My father5 had iom 'nice gooseberry would aUrmiIde.w'i" !afc 0B :be;fi ip eat. roThis state, oj ADtinued fp- several years swhen,, we- oapppecioear that to pour istrpng .soap suds over the, bushes oaee or twice a'i.veek jvhen the frnit was setting; would 'prevent the mil- dewr ; Last' Buiiimer 'weHjriedv it,' and - . . i li-nj':? J '" t.hpm in Vxaau," asked a pris-iW fepj ??fW t. ; would be'about' half srwn. -when they thej bushea fairlieiit with lVuit;..wmeh rpuld ,' fairly. mas.rxef mouiu waierj insieaa pi ; their j$if'0; ne!ghW;tw to opting puiQQw .yiYt. ine.rcsuw wue,uau tin iuuuv i mildew. Genmt Former u THE-SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. 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Wire, ATT OR NE T A T LAW, Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. JOEL F. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. JOHN SINCLAIR, -- At to r n e y at L aw, - VOOPSFIELT, MONUOK CO., OHIO. " S Will practice in Monroe and ' adjoining Counties. Office one door south of the office of the Probate Judge. "-' V. nOLLISTER. WM. OKET. S.-HOLLI8TKR Hollister, Okey, & Hollister, Attorneys at Law, Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. A '. T)r. R. M". AndrftWR. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON "Resideneo in Adams township, on his farm adioln!neWn..Alcxander. June 27,1855."- ; ; Dr. J. H. Pierson OFFERS his professional services to . the . citizens of Woodsfield and vioinity, . lie has removed his office to the room formerly occupied by Dr. Smith, , may lb '55.. HAVING returned to Woodsfibd, of fers his professional services to the citizens of the town and vicinity. TgSOffiice in the room formerly 00- upied by Dr. W. T. Sinclair. ' ' feblZ'55 Dr. W. II. Dowell, - ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND -DENTAL SURGEON, . " ' Antioch, Monroe Co., Ohio. ; JOHN B. NOLL, ; 'REAL ESTATE AGENT, , .. . . , WOODSFIELD OHIO, ' TTAS now for sale several valuable farms JQ. .containing from 80 to .320 acres, improved and tmiurDroved. . Also town- lots ana null property. : Persons, wishing to buy or sell will 5 i ... . . .i - i . i a v: n' -. una ll xo weir aavuuige to uiyt ium a wi. .Feb. 28, 1855. , ; .. . , . . . CLASSICAL INSTITUTE. : For' Young ladies and Gentlemen, r BARNESVILIdS, BELMONT UU.f UillU. mHE FIFTH' SESSION of this Institution will L commence on nudai, August oin 1000, and continue 14 weeks, '-"i - '.'' '. , Special attention will be given to those wish ing to qualify themselves as Teachers.' ' ' ' Tuition fees f are moderate,-pnd every care vill be taken to afford pup the means of ac quiring a thorough Classical arid Mathematical education.; '; -; " f;-? " T For further particulars 'inquire of : : -; "'' ' - L "' ' JOHN 1 THOMPSON, SAMUEK DAVENPORT. BarnesviHe, July V-TBS 5. :rT ,- v Outline Maps !; THE subscribe'rThas a set of PHton Outline Maps, (late edition,)with Key; and A-oopy of Baldwin's'.Pronouncing Gzfctteor,t for .sale CHEAP. G1EES ' BROOKS.5 , AntJobhV April 185 53pd JM: Uf tm tr,n ilk i i j i , ,i ii. ... i i, ii Seed' Sowers, rpHE foregoing valuable farming utensils, pat- -X'kn4ed-Jui1854,,lyJSDavisia-now offered for. sale o tho fanners of Monroe cha? ty.ho are :reqh&sted: to call at agent's nd fmirie the'eatneV'ff M'wufiK -if - Fbp'Bataf byV Jiio.r.M KirklniA and F.. G, & j. WK.ev,- vvooasneiai xanen x iuernan, sunns a G) HHufrmdn,:New eaatle;i I-Mitchell & Son, AhtioollA. WS QeuaxfypmUanOAitf J.? rrVIQMAS FU3TCHR'S ESTATE. The under- I 1 '; ' 3 i - r. IT . OtfAX. J T 1 Ore k J-l gneu wo, v UJ. oiii,uajr oi iuijb, ioou, oytne robAiB;Uourtot.wonroe county, umo, appointed Administrator of the Estate of Thom as, Fletcher, deceased,, and has. given bond and received letters of Administration as nuch. - ' July 11, 1865.', , THOMAS ,W. PliETCHER. in) rav iiD THE NOTES AND ACCOUNTS owing to Gefcrge T.-iKelch, in Jdonyoe county; Ohio, have been- assigned to" us. : AlUpersona knowing themselves indebted .to said Kelch will pleas,e call and make payment., r vt: y, 1. C HOLLISTER, OKEY..., JK)LLISTER. . June 27, 1855. . - - Hembold's Genuine Preparations. . ' Hembold's Highly " Concentrated ' Conipound Fluid Extract Buchu- For diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, "Se cret Diseases, Strictures.- Weakness, and all diseases of the Sexual Organs, -whether in Male or Female, from whatever cause they may have originated, and no matter of how long standing. ; . . ; !- IF you have contracted the terrible disease which, when once seated in the system, will surely go down from one generatian to another, undermining the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids of life, do not trust yourself in the bands of Quacks, who start up every day in a city like this, and fill the papers with glar ing falsehoods, too well calculated to deceive the young, those not acquainted with their tricks. You cannot bo too careful in the selection of a remedy in these cases. - The Fluid Extract Buchu has been pronounc ed by eminent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleas ant iu its taste, and very innocent in its action, and yet so thorough that it anihilates every particle of the rank and poisonous virus of this dreadful disease; and, unlike other remedies does not dry up the disease in the blood. Constitutional Debility, brought on bv self- abuse, a most terrible disease, which has brought thousands of the human race to untimely graves, thus - blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, and blighting in the bud the glorious ambition of many a noble youth, can be cured by this Infallible Remedy. And as a medicine which must benefit everybody, from the simply deli cate to the confined and despairing invalid, no equal is to be found acting both as a cure and preventive. H&mboldt Highly Concentrated COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. FOr Purifying the Blood, removing all diseases arising from excess of Mercury, exposure and Imprudence in life, chronio constitutional disease, arising from an impure state of the blood, and the only reliable and effectual known romedy for the cure of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ulceration of the Throat and Legs, Pains and Swellings of the Bones, ' Tetter,-Pimples on the Face, and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. ; - THIS article is now prescribed by some of the most distinguished physicians in the coun try, and has proved more efficient in practice than any preparation of Sarsaparilla yet offer ed to the public' Several cases of secondary Syphillis, Mercurial and Scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our Publio Institutions which had for many years resisted every mode, of treatment that could be devised. These cases furnish striking examples of the salutary eileots of this medi cine in arresting some of the most inveterate diseases, after the glands were destroyed, and the bones already affected. Notice Letters from responsible Physicians and Professors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures from patients will be found accompanying both Preparations. v ' ' Prices Fluid Extract of Buchu, $1 per bot tle, or 6 bottles for S3. ' ' Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla, $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5, equal in strength to one gallon of Syrup of Sarsaparilla. . Prepared and sold by H. T. HELMBOLD, ' Chemist, 263, Chesnut street, near the Girard House, Philadelphia. To be had of ALFRED D. DRIGGS, v ; " Woodsfield, Ohio, "And of Druggists and dealers everywhere. All letters directed to- the - Proprietor or Agent receive immediate attention. - - ; July 11, 1855. . , ; tMOBTAKT Earner, ParrUr 4 $ta$e Proprito. GEO. W MERCHANTS CELEBRATED GARGLING OIL OarAKB4J.LEL THE IUTOt Or MDIC1K 4 the most remarkable External Application tnr discovered. - "They ean't Keep House without it" Expcrianoc of more lhu ixim yan hMUhoil lh faci that Merchant's Celabratod Garglinf Oil, or Biu Terai Family Eoihrocalion, Win tore mat caa and r )r all aoc a a r. - f t .i . .;-" : Bptvms, Sweeney Ringne, WindeallivPon Evil, Callous, Cracked Heek, Gslls of all kinds, Freeh Wounds, Sprains. Bruises, Fis tula, Sitfast, Sand Cracks, Strains. Lanicbeaa, Foundered Feet, Scratches or Oreaao, Mahgp, s Rheumatism, Bites of Animals, External Poir eons. Painful Narvoua Affeotions, Frost Bites, Boils, Corns, Whitlowa, Uurna and Scalds, Clullblains, Chapped Hands. Cianips, Con tractions of the Muscles, Swellings, Weakness of the Joints, Caked Breasts, 6c. Ac &. ' n.. ..nr..it.i. ...-(! m.T this Oil. in the cure of ih .t.u ninin mora Irnnwn to the Aimiiat C4mmunitT in Horaa and uattie, ana in nmi. u-to, i. ... w.ii 1.. rAtA arunt b Ihoaa who bava been in the habit of keeping it in their etablea and bousea, what a Tan amount of raj", auffering and time, an aavad by il. .nni;..iiM nf tki. Oil - . ' Be aura tha name of the sola pTopnelor, BBORGE W. MERCHANT, l.oclcirl. N: Y-, la olown in the ahte f the bottle, and m his tiandimiint. oTerthe tork. All orora Mdraasea ira ""I""" t--r-v . In Ai m PmnH1r of Alft A rent,' "d see ihat wonders are aecomDlished br the ue of this medicioe. Sold by resiciable dealers generally, tn Uia. Unitsd Mutcaand Canada.- Atao by . y t i i il ti. ErkbrideVodsnefd; x Armstrong, Mdonev & Co:.' Beallsville; W. Steel, Stafford: M. Pollock & Co.. Sunfish: H. C. Kotzebue, Malairai.PancoaBt J&'Headley. Jamestown? M. P. Mile-& Son.' Somerton; A. S.- Marsilliot, Near Castler A.1W. Tiixburv. New Boston.- And at wholesale- by J, D.- Park" Cincinnati;, H.& E. fiavlord ancLA. & J. Wenham. Clevelandt and by Hajjai. Jones, i'lttsburgn.-,. July IS, 10. ( - ; . : .-. yi.u. 9; u. ' . ' ' - -:- A R8IVAL AND DEPARTURE of the MaHi at BARHBsviLLe-JArrivies) every day (except Sun day)" a 12 o'clock M. i Departs.every day (et-- wept Sunday) atl o'clock -PlL?'i.i;.H.;;ft:j BakkesVillb (via. .jVMtM)--jwrivesi; every Tuesday "and Friday at 5 9'clock P. M. Departs every Wednesday and Saturday at' 6 A.- M. j Maribtta fWestern;' route) Arrives , eyery uesaay an(jinursaay p. ;i .F1,".;; ervllonday and Wednesday at 5 'A. MZ", C Mabistta' (Southern" route) AitiVes every Saturdays. 7 P. M. Depart. sejrery JW4y 5A.M. ,-5 ' -, '. '' "LAnro'k fNew CaaartiArHvea every Menday and Thursday at 12 Depart" amdays at 1 P. M. ' ili?r-:xM ..r Susfish fCTarington) Arrives eyery Monday and Thursday at 12 Mi.-. Departs same days at . St. CiinsviLLBlArrives 'every Monday and Friday at. 6 P. M. . Departs every Tuesday and Saturday at 5 A. M. - KRLS. MUSKINGUM SALT, it tp celved andfor salehy-v n H VTU. P. BOOTH, w; Jan. 24,1856.- Clarington, Ohio. PatenYffiediC'ia.es. - - .- .. ... .. ' Carter's , Spanish - Mixture., . Great Purifier of the NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT. LET THE AFFLICTED READ AND PONDER! An infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the Face, Blotches, Boils, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlarge ment and Pain of the Bone3 and Joints, Stub born Ulcers, Syphilitic disorders, Lumbago, Spinal complaints," and all diseases arising from an injudicious use ' of Mercury, Impru dence in Life, or Impurity in Blood. gggTThis great alterative medicine and Puri fier of the Blood is now used by thousands of grateful patients from all parts of the United States, who testify daily to the remarkable cures performed by the greatest of all medi cines, CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Neural gia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Eruptions on the Skin, Liver Disease, Fevers, Ulcers, Old Sores, AiTections of " the Kidneys, Diseases of the Throat, Feiftalo Complaints, pains and aching of the Bones and Joints, are speedily put to flight by using this great and inestimable rem edy. . For all diseases of the Blood, nothing has yet been found to compare with it. ' It cleanses the system of all impurities, acts gently and efficiently on the Liver and Kidneys, strength ens the Digestion, gives tone to the stomach, makes' the skin clear and healthy, and restores the Constitution, enfeebled by disease or bro ken down by the excesses of youth, to its pris tine vigor and strength. , , - . For the ladies it is incomparably better than all the cosmetics ever used. A few closes of Carter's Sr-ANisn Mixtukb will remove all sal- lowness of complexion, bring the roses mant ling to the cheek, give elasticity to the step, and improve the general health in a remarka ble degree beyond all the medicines ever heard of. ' ' '.-''-..'. ;. , 7 The large number of certificates which we have received from persons from all parts of the United States, is the best evidence that there is no humbug about it. The press, hotel keepers, magistrates, physicians, and public men, well known to the community, all add their testimony to the wonderful effects of this Great Blood Purifikr. Call on the Ahbnt and get a Cironlar and Almanac, and read 'the wonderful cures this truly greatest of alt medicines has performed. None genuine ; unless . signed BENNETT & BEERS, Proprietors, No. 3 Pearl street, Rich mond, Va., to whom all orders for supplies and agencies must be addressed. -And for sale bv Jno. M. Kirkbride, Woodsfield; W. II. Mallo- ry, Sunfish and Jamestown; A. S. Marsilliot, New Castle; T. C. Penn, Antioch; and by deal ers in medicine every where. Nov. 22, 1854-ly .v .:.-; Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, r; Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous '' I Debility, Disease of the Kidneys, - and all Diseases arising from " ' A DISORDERED STOMACH OR LIVER Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of : . Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach Nauseft, ueart-buinj Uisgust for Food, Full ness or Weight m the Stomach, Sour Eructa tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of tho Head,' Ilurried and ,s Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking " or Suffocating . Sensations, when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs before the sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspi- . ration; Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the bide, Back, Chest, Limbs, &c, Sudden Flushes of , Heat. Biirninu in the Flesh. Con- stant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depress ion of Spirits, ; f.'.Vj CAN EE EFFECTUALLY CURED BY: ... . .i Dr. Hooliand's : - Celebrated German Rilters, Prepared by Dr C. Jf. JA CKSON, '.t No. 120, Arch Street, Philadelphia. Their power over the above diseases is not excelled, if equalled, by any other preparation in the "United States, as the feures attest, in ma ny cases after skillful physicians had -called. . These: Uitters are worthy tho attention of in valids. Possessing great tvirtues in the recti fication of diseases of the" Liver ' and lesser Glands, exercising the most searching powers 1 n .1 A c . 1 ' .1 .- . . t : t- 111 ttvaMiuaa nuu cviicvLiuiia ui 1110 uigcsbive ur- gans, they are withal safe, certain and pleasant. ; , READ : AND BE CONVINCED J Moke Ohio Tbstimost is favor of Dm' noor- land's Celebrated Gerstaw -Bitters. ""prepared by Dr. "CM. JACESON,;Philadelphia.-'.From the mass of - testimony received,- the proof 'is conclusive, that this medicine has no equaj. for diseases of the Liver, Stomach, Nerves, Kidneys, &c Read and be' 'cdnvinceq : :- V E. B.; Perkins, Marietta, Ohio. Febr. 22, '51, said J -" Your Bitters are highly prized by those who have used them. - In a case of Liver Com plaint of long standing, which had resisted the skill of several rliysicans, wfts - entiroly cured by the use of iive Bottles.'11-"' ' f -..'- ' kj. Ai. - OJKAKJ5, r reenom,1 portage XjO.; unio, April 231852, said, "The Grman Bitters yon sent me last have .not . yet, t come to hand. I have been out of. the article for s6me time, to the great detriment of invalids..- It is'h medi cine much thought f and sought after in this community.'' .?, ?.': ''"'?': '.- '- '-e B.'MtHctchissox, M. D- Bedford, Cuyahoga county, Ohio, Aug. -o, 1852, said : Tho,Bitters you.slupped me m ilay last are all- gone. tmnK it is a good medicine,: and 1 . am .recom mending it to my patients and friends (which.. I do for no other patent naedicme.) , ,. lou will please forward' a"largesupply."l' " ' J ,:"' . .S. FRECH, Wooster: Uhicf, ov. 30: '52, said: 1 have used' some three or four bottles of H6of lond's German Bitters for Dyspepsia, arid have -derived creat benefit from their use. I believe them .to b.good. for all diseases foe which theyi' W. -tf. Olii'Wwster, -O.,' 0cfober 2d,"1852, saidl vYdu -ask mVwpinion of the German Bit ters. have.-used tem for Dyspepsia, or Indi crpstion and take. Treasure, in statins, that 1 think, tney are the vef best remedy extant for the abdve complaints -Ay"on decidedly in Ad vance of all tMprpprieUtty medicine of the day; '"V Qtt lis a -distrnguiahed jlawyer, of .jftese outers are entirely vegex. blb. 4cy never prostrate me sysiem, bbi invigorate m. , . For sale by dealers tn raedioine: everywhere ; Jno: MTKlrkbridft Woodsfield; W: n. Mallo- ry, Bunfish and Jamestown;-A.?ix Marsilliot, New Castle; T. G.-Pennt Antioch; and by .deal.ers tn medicine everywhere. . 4 .22.1854-, mHE undersfghedaitifor 'sale a large loi of JL 'first rate BRICK; which he wlsheB to dispose of. Thse ni wantbf Brick Will please to give him a call. r-1 ir v.v7 .A. r.M. MORROW. Wpodfipeld, Sept, . 6.' i (u . f TEA KETTLES,1 OV15NS AD SKIL- ' L,K I S. and a variety of Udd Lids For sale at KIRK BR IDE'S. SO Blood Cricultiiral. l The initial F, in the list of premiums. stands for Ohio Farmer, an excellent agricultu ral paper published iu Cleveland, and is valued in tne premium at $2. C stands for Ohio Cul tivator, a semi-monthly agricultural paper pub lished at Columbus, and valued in the list at $1. Premiums and Regulations, For the Fourth Annuul Exhibition of the Monroe County Agricultural Society, to he held in Woodsfield, on Thursday and Friday, the Zd and 1th days of October, 1855. REGULATIONS. Persons wishing to compete must become members of tho Society, by paying" one dollar annually to the Treasurer, which must be done beforo their articles are entered on the books of the Society. " All articles offered for premiums must be owned by the persons offering them, or by members of their families children over 21 years of age are not entitled to compete with out Deconung members themselves. No person will be allowed to serve on any committee before which he has an article or articles for exhibition. - , r When there is no competition, no premiums will be awarded unless the article presented be deemed deserving and meritorious. ' Premiums may be awarded pn any articles not enumerated in the Premium List. No animal can obtain a premium unless it is ownea in aionroe county; ana no article can receive any unless it is the growth or manu facture of the county, with the exceptions sper cilied in the list. , . Tho various awarding committees are re quested to be present in due time, and to re port themselves on their arrival to the Secretary, Judges on animals will have regard to the symmetry, early maturity and size; and will make proper allowances for age, feeding, and the general character and condition of the an imals. They are especially requested not to give encouragement to over-fed animals, the object being to have superior animals for breed ing. Judges are requested to examine the pro geny, when possible, of all animals exhibited as breeders, and' make due allowances for ex cellencies and imperfections in these, in giving their awards to .the sire ,or dam. j No person, except an officer or member of the Board, will be allowed to interfere with the judges during their exhibition. Furthor orders as - to the exhibition will be published in due time. .. r L ist of Premiums; ". ' ON FIELD CROPS. ' Best crop of wheat hot less than 3 acres $2 & 2d best ; do -: . l&C Bes t crop of corn not less than 3 acres 2 & F 2d best ., - , . ' do.. " " l&C Best crop of oats not less than 3 acres $1 & C 2d best ?.' do '-' Best crop of potatoes not less than A acre l&F 2d best . do . :.' , .. .. .C Best acre of timothy hay, to be weighed in October or November "' ' ' 1 & F 2d best ! ' ' -" ; t ' ' Best J acre of tobacco, aa to texture and ; quality, to be weighed after handed . 2 & F 2d best ., '.. . do ; ; Best acre of clover seed ' ' 4 2d best' ' ' ,- --.do -' ;' ;' Best acre of timothy seed ; j 2d best : do - v ,, - l&C 2&F l&C 2&F l&C Awarding committee Jeptha Duvall, Henry rord, Joel lost. . . . .. Applicants forpremiumsonCrops,'musthave their ground and produce accurately measured py one or moro disinterested, persons, whose statements' must be verified by affidavit, and must furnish explicit written statements of 1st, the kind of soil; 2d, the kind and quantity of manured and manner of application; 3d,' the manner and time of preparing the ground, "and planting or sowing;. 4th, the quantity of seed used; 5 th, mode of culture and time of har vesting; 6th, the amount of time of both man and beast employed i applying manure, pre paring the ground, planting or sowing, cultiva ting and gathering the crop-, th, and nett amount of the crop, the whole of which must easurcd or weighed . by the usual stand ards; 8th, if practicable -they must produce a sample of the crop to theoommittee, and have it exhibited at the Fair.. .;:-,f' -, ., ;,. The premiums will be awarded, with . refer ence to profitableness, as well as amount of crop hence Quality as well as quantity will be considcroil.i ' " - :- '. .'' . , i. ? The objoct which the Society wish constantly to keep in view in awarding premiums on crops, is not merely that it may be known that large crops are raised in- the county;- but that the method of cultivating such crops maybe made public that the-farmers of the county gener ally," may avail themselves -of any knowledge that may be useful to them. Competitors for premiums on Corn, and Clo ver and" Timothy seeds, may report to the com mittee at any. time previous to the first Mon day in December, and, on Tobacco previous to the first Wednesday in March 185ti. Best bull over 2 years old - to;ju $3 & F 2d best', c f;i.dQ--.:y.t j--",v .:.l ' 6 2& C Best bull under .2 y.ears old : : .l&F J&C - F Id best . do .. -. Best bull calf, under 1 year old ; 2dbes"t i : ;dd i'i: i:-. -'r-r l:-iy.-Best yoke pfoxe'n. ?; t.'-rm 2d Wfest .. do.: . f ...- :. 2&F l&C l&C Best steer - 2d.best do-;v'" Ui '"' "' Best heifer, betweenl and 3 years old 2(Lbost ; .'vdo-.T ; :.-; .( .r Best milk cow, t. i,;i;. -c l&F .t :'F 2&F l&C ild best j , a - . .' . . A statement to be furnished in "writing, con taining, 1st, the age and breed of the 'cow, and time of 'calving; 2d, the: quantity: of milk: in weighty and the butter mane tnereirom.- uurmg a period of ten days, the butter made on the trjal to .bo exhibited with the cow. at the Fair.) . T-3d. The quantity and kindrpf feed given the cow, during and preceding the .experiment. The statements to be Verified by the compet itor, and another person conversant' with the facts, certifying tberetojiover then signatures. .. Awarding cornmitteer Alexander i.anu, j pnn htAT. JnhTi Reed- - . " "'."- ' Best blooded stallion ' : 1 :;i u':':;'J.i$34 F 2d best T? do ; --.O ;yPiplomJuid Best stallion for draught 2d best " . ."da v '. .' 3&F l&C Best stallion fdrll pnfposeB ' 1 P " 2d best doi -x do;;f new; i.:,?as Ulv Best 2 year old blooded stallion ' , 3&F l&C l&F 2d best .-.,ap,; C Best 3 year old stallion lor, an purposes 2d best, do '- do Best 2 year old blooded horse colt. 2d best T : do - 1; do ';v Best 2yeartld horse colt for all purposes 2d best "do .:--do--,";. irfi 2C F l&F l&F " '" 'C Awarding committee--Benjamin' Hughes, John T. Williamson, Thomas Mitchell. ! Class B Geldings and Colts. Best gelding for draught ; 4" 2d best .. . 0 ........ - -j-. Best gelding for all purposes :' n" ' ' 2d best. "do (" .w . ' Best pafr of match horses 1 ; 2d beet; - ' 'do - t ' - $2&F l&F - - 2 & F : l&C "l&F l&C Best Pf.Ir niatch mares ' ' W1'F " 1 & F 1 Best saddle horee 2a bet " do M T i O 1 , ... 2d best . . do r ' . ' '-'.' --:. Best Lyearold horsecolf "'l-'&?-si c: 2d best n:i- do-f' v-' Awarding committees-Same as foregoing -' US x-A 2kT.': l&c; "j?;4 1 & c 2 & F-I 1 hCU ..l&F.:,; ' -'-':-: - -'"-C"-' Best blooded mare for all purposes 2d best ; : do ; ., . t r' r Best mare for draught 2d best . ' do ' ' - '": ' ' Best mare ifor all purposes 2d best ; :'-"' do '.:X.'.::1 vi: " -: -Best 3 year old mare . 2d best . do ' , . ,. . J,'. ' ,'" . Best 2 year old mare colt : " '-: .' ' 2d best 1 do ' '-'-" Best 1 year old mare colt : . : 2d best -.-!'. ' do . , : - - v- Best spring colt 2d best do : ' . ' n i-.t Awarding committeeElilah Ullnm m,Ji-. f Talbott, Demos Slusher. 1 - SWINE. .- ; .....1 , Best boar, over 1 year old . . 2d best do " '. 'V ' ' Best sow, over 1 year old V -2d best do -' '. .1 : : - - 1AF C l&F C Best boar, over3 and under 12 months old F C iu uesD 'ao : . , . ; . , Best sow, over 3 and under 12 months old 2d best" 'do " ' ' '' - - Best hog of any age - 1 !'"- Best barrow over 1 vear old ' - .1 &F. Awarding committee Georire Clin. w Eridgeman, Wm. H. Dement. . SHEEP. " ' fine wooi - HEAVT wool.' Best Fr. Sheet $1 & F Best buck . - l&F Best buck 1FJ 2d best 2d best l&C -tF f cf - F, F Best ewe" ' 2d best :-; - ' Best buck lamb 2d best -4 Best ewe lamb 2d best Best ewe ' F 2d best - C Best buck lamb - . F 2d best c Best ewe lamb , , F 2d best - " '-.C Charles McGonagle, Charles Algeo. , :o. . FLOWING MATCH. r Tq the team of horses that will ulow 1 f at an acre, in the best and. moat nrr-v.iti,- s manner vaauuiiBjS $2&-J? 2&C' 2d best performance ' 3d best -r-K; To the team of oxen that will plow 1 of;. an acre, in the best and most. work. manlike manner -' 2&F uesi penormance - 1 i' i "S 2 & C 3dbest -: ' --.:r'.u.'5 v:!: il C Best plowing and snbsoiling - . ' 2 & Ft Awarding committee Wm.VYoung, Riohardt Rice, Arthur Smith. . ; ' FARMING DIPLEMENTS,' ?. -f Best plow r f: c c ? c Best sub-soil plow js Best improved cultivator Best corn plow ; " , Best harrow Best corn cultivator J Best straw cutter Best grain cradle r The society wish to encourage the introduo tion and use of the best farm implements la the country, hence the above named ixnpW ment3 need not be manufactured in the county; ...Awarding committee-J. D. MoWright. John ston Lesley Thomas Griffith.- . . "MECHANin--ATa"-'""?j';fc ..tV - Best 2 horse carriage $14 m rv-jF v: - 1 & o v-1&C- :i &.o r.l&0 ' jjesx Duggy ..r rv T .. .. 01 norse i arm wacron r" Best single or double, harness Best saddle , , " V ' Best lot sole leather Best lot dressed calf skins -H Best snmimen nf oJ . .out fp x- - - vujy vuio , f vi-r Best specimen of shoemaker's work; l&C uesi specimen of cooper's work - . 1 & d uest o year 01a geiuing . , , 1 lb specimen oi tailor's work V j g . A; ' - Best speoimeh of cabinet work ever $10 ? 8; & F i v - . " Best - do . , -. under 10c -' F ' ' ' Best specimen of hatter's work- i; - - ' ' Best specimen of copper and tinner's wort " F ' ; Best set of chairs - J - ,. . Best broom-' . ' '?'' .&9?lf3'$S-J ' - "; ,' Best barrel of flour from 5 bushels wfreii 1 &.F - -2dJ?est . -:; . - : I diploma, i "; 1., -i-V , The above articles must be manufactured in ' . the county, and within the year. "The wm, ' 1 I mittee are requested 'to make a lengthy report describing the articles upon which they award ; V premiums, and noticinor th hnmh,. r . . petitors for the different premiums.. rC, -'!. a . : awruiug committee cnamuel Koll, Williaai Litten, B.;Moreton: V VX-"4 "'' ''' DAIRY PRODUCTS.! kiu'CM iistL'. Best loaf :of bread under 1 day o!4 irr-v?il'iG ; 2d.best; .- do,.,-. ...Diploma. Best sample of fresh butter' 2 'lis. or over T F ' 2dbest;- 'do'""'1:"-' i.-;.-w;-w ;.,.,.;-.'.' 3d 'best":-' -; a0 . .; iDipkJma: ' :-- V- . . . '-'. ' Best Sample of cheese, lOibs or over " v'i ,(j . -2d best - .dp , , , , Diploma, - .- ' Besi variety "bftkble apples "' .HJli'g.: v za best -do . - - , Diplomat v Best variety of winter'apples'ri .i r--j-;iC 2d best,,: do. fr Djploma-j ; ' ; Best i bushel of apples,, . . ' ,fi ti ' . Best i ' do ,; peaches' " ' ',''" ""." 0 SO Best i do pears -.' '-: 1 R; 0 50 ' ' Best epecimen of eran'ea : r: Jj'-.a- I v M! sa Best bushel of sweetpjUtoes -o -G Largest pumpkin ..Diploma, V; " "-"c wuuiuwTO. uii xjitirj rrouuets Wm. Okey, Mrs. Vanhorn, Miss Meiissa DilloU. - Awarding committed ion Fruita-A;G. Ewii, -Mrs., F, Hollister, Miss Catharine Davenport ,Z - . Awarding committee on Preserves, Jellies&c ! -J)r. Covert,' Mrs. 'Jane Bottenfield, Miss Eliza bethKerr: -j? ii iij . BED iCLOTHES fte,' -A-f tt- -. Best.Cpverlei y-itt -te-'lv-fot. :k-'!&-9. -; 2d best r ... ... . (-. ..j , . DirJoma. . ..'- Best bed quiit ' v.";;" k 2dbest:;; -;' 3 iii-,Dipioma.ii v'';' ; Best 10 yards of flannel ' -;''!-r-rnl1.? y d best Ii.rrvf. iDiplomav-iJf- '- Best.rag oarpet. v. ,.r;, r, -d.best , . t w .Diploma. . . - Best table cloth " " ' - - ' - ' -'h 2d best . - - t t Diploma.-M -Hi Best' specimen of ornamental needle work, t- i C 2d best : ,; Diplomv :, .. Best i pound of sewing thread " - 0 50 2d best ' ' " - - ' JMplonia.'?;v'w. '' ",' Best pair of woolen stockings 3jw'--4 tfO " " 2d besti : j t ,irs . n;Diplomav tvt iv-A ; . Best pair of miUens,v-v 'jp 10 . 12dbest,' , :-:.r.. ': . , Dinloma. . : ' Best pair of gloves " ' ': -:'-;"' 0' 50' v ' 2d best" " ,,Tj5pi0ma;ij...U'.r-..i. . The above articles 'must be made .-within tt'-:.-r- year. .. ..-:;;-..r - :. ..u.. .. v ; . . , Awarding comnnttee-Wohn Davenport.' Mrs. Wm! Myersj'Mrs. Jacob Bare. '' . " - Awarding committee on Fancy Needle Work and jbrmdery'-M'amea W.Artnstron'i Mrs. Peter DiehlMiesBjdenhtef. 'jr.f,-: ;4 'U .'.... , -; : 1 UNENIJMERATED. ARTICLES, , r.iThe.committees'.to judge of the unenumer atjed articles; will award.premiums at.their dis- . cretion, on any' and " every Crop; Animal,' Im plement, Invention, Article, ImprovemenV&e., that they may consider deserving", and that is not embraced m the above list. 4 ........ v..-- . Everything i which -is not' enibraceci r in"-tho stated .hsts or premiums will be entered under these committees,' and will be as carefully no-; ticed as those which are named, and premiunis will be awarded thereon' aa above stated.;" Hi 351 AWARDING, COMMITTTO;- On FJdwera-Wjn F.- Hunter, Mrs, .Joel JF. : Randolph, Miss Agnes Woodinaa. 5j Barnett, jno. u. uxionnor. . ' . On Vegetables Jas.' R. Morris,' Mrs' Tneo. Bennmghaus, Mrs, John A, Davenport, i i i "On Birds and Bird Cages-Dr, Gedw. Ma son, Mrs. Dr. .Smith, Miss Grimshaw. 'v;:-;;i.v On unenumerated . articles-John - Sinclair Thomas A. Way, Benj. R. Driggs. , V, : " ' "- TOHN KERR, Presideuti Wk. Steel, Secretary. V ! '-if- ,s ; . Jno. M. KiBxaaniB, Assistant 8doretam u - an -10KK - " ! ' x: t V'JN V-V' - 'I n r f 1 ':1 i - ''' i 4 '. --""'rii.M-iTrt".-. .-'4