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i- Jfordgn ltli)S. ARRIVAL OP THE ASIA. - ;. ',, ;. Halifax, Aug. 1. . -f ..w 111. 1 . null ;'" last night, notwithstanding the rain and ; thick weather, with Liverpool dates to the 21st ult. , . v Advices from the seat of war embrace -no movements of importance. -r .The most important event in Parliament during the week, was the rejection of the v(t motion made by Mr. Roebuck for a cen- -sure of the Government, which sustains the Palmerston Ministrj". , The motion : was defeated hy a majority of, 100. me latest report irom Liondon nien- v uuu3 u ruuiur mail juoru .101m luisseu il.i,T 1 -r 1 T 1 2 t . 1 ,1 t tn Ttr'ii! r 1 ;;wtu tu ue sucueeueu uy oir v uiiain AioieS' ,Worth, as Colonial Secretary. I V , Si " LIVERPOOL, July 20. :v The weather has been favorable for vcroD8. -'The' market for breadstuffs un- ',' changed, except for corn, which has de- , clined about 3s. ; Before Sebastopol. there is nothing of importance, except formidable prepara tions for the assault of Malakoff, and two , or three small sorties, which were repulsed. .The Turks and Sardinians returned from T?flirla nnrl "Rnlntlnvn wtiprp nnnthirisiii'ivt . expedition is preparing, perhaps for Oics- .Ba. The Turks are besieging Kars. iT The, Turks in Asia are hard pressed. , Denmark refuses to abolish Sound dues, The general aspect of the war is not encouraffinjr to the allies, lliere have been, however, some slight successes. - Three successive sorties were made upon the French from the .Malakoff tower on the night of the 15th, and all repulsed. An other sortie made against the English in Ihe 'night, was also "repulsed.. On the night of the 18th, a sortie was made from the batteries of Careening Bay, which was vigorously repulsed. . ' The Russian ships were beginning to . suffer from the French batteries at Quar antine Bay. .'V . The report "that GortchakofF had re ceived large reinforcements, ; is fully con firmed. x v ' A Black Sea expedition is being fitted out, but its destination is unknown. Sup ; posed to be against Odessa, or for the re lief of the Turks, who are hard pressed in Anatola in Asia. The Russian army have invested Kars. Another detachment had advanced upon Kntai,and were hard pressing the Turks in Batoun. ; : ..; The Russians were bringing their siege guns;;? . The situation of the Turkish forces was considered critical, as the Russians held the roaas to wnseronnt. 6 In the Principalities, the reduction of the Austrian forces continues. Baltic The British ships of war are reconnoitering. the approaches to Abo. ", . The Russian official Journal of July 3d complains that six English boats, under a flag of trnce, entered the harbor of Rau- ma ana plundered the shipping, nntu driv en; off by a sharp fire from shore. ;, .. -Germany. rThe government of Austria has addressed a circular to the German Diet strongly favoring peace, and threat ening to. hold the Principalities while hos tilities continue., She asks, moreover, the German Confederation to maintain its present attitude.- . ...The Diet- replied that circumstances do not call for fresh meas ures, and it docs not contemplate extend ing its obligations or engagements. ENGLAND.-7-Parliameotary business un importaut,. except the vote on Roebuck's motion. . , Spain. Don Escalente has been ap . pointed Minister to Washington. ; The rupture between Rome and Spain is complete, in consequence of the Church property till. The", Papal Charge de "manded his passports. s:.v- " 1 ; -"' ml T-, l -rrr j; a 1 1 . - xuts jiacn warrior uispuie uas ueen definitely settled by the allowance of an indemnity of one million reals. . ; f A General of thetCarlist army had been shot at Garonne..-- - - .Several insurrectionary skirmishes had : taken place at Bourgois. . , : .- A treaty with, the Dominician Republic has been sanctioned by the Cortes. 4 ,' Italt. The Allied, powers have ex pressed their formal disapprobation of the attempted insurrection at Modena. ' ' Numerous arrests had been made at Spezzia Teanaio and elsewhere. The French garrisons in Rome had been reinforced.' ""!.-. , - : - Most of the German States are prepa ring to disarm. .-. The resignation of the Hanoverian Cabinet was hourly expected. Russia. Dissensions are said still to exist between the Czar and Constantine. It is reported that the Crown Prince of Prussia is about to proceed to St. Peters burg to act as mediator. Death of Judge Davenport. Wei have received intelligence of the death of Hon. John Davenport, at bis residence, Woodsfield, Monroe county, Ohio, on Wednesday last. ' Judge Daven port had attained a good old age, .and few men have rendered themselves more useful in , life than . he. He : was among - the earlier settlers" in Barnes ville, and no one from the . period of his location in Ohio, down to the time of his death, en joyed to. a, greater degree the esteem of Iis fellow-citizens. He was elected to the House of, Assembly and the Senate of Ohio several times, in districts of op posing politics, ' and such was the confi dence reposed in him by the people that they, returned himto Congress by a large vote. vHe ' was also the second time ap- pointed. Judge , or. the.; Monroe Judicial District,' by the Legislature -of Ohio, in which capacity he exhibited much ability. As a merchant, be j was extensively and favorablji known i throughout Ohio, and in Baltimore and . Philadelphia as a man of integrity and truthfulness. Judge D. was a very benevolent and public-spirited citizen, identifying' himself,with everything which promised good to individuals or the State. ;As a Christian and member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, he was exemplary in his profession. A large circle of warm friends, among the mer chants of Baltimore, will regret to hear of his death. Baltimore Patriot. Found. The president of Council number eight hundred and- is informed that his ritu al is in safe keping. Being very tired one evening (having about five gills of bad whiskey to carry) he laid down to rest in a mud hole. . The ritual being the drunk est perhaps, didn't leave when he did, but was picked up next day somewhat dam aged by the mud, and deposited in a much more appropriate place. If the owner will come forward, prove property and pay charges he can take it away. Flour and Grain Market Aco. 3. New York. Flour anvanced 25c; sales of 9,500 bbls. at$3,15a9,00; closing firm; Southern steady; sales of 2,500 bbls. at $10. Cincinnati. Flour duller; 450 bbls. sold at $T,80a8,00. Baltimore. The Flour market was steady, but quiet. A sale of 1000 barrels at $8,50. Wheat About 12,000 bushels offer ed, and sales of white at l,85a$r,95; red do., good to prime, l,75a$l,85; ordinary qualities l.SOuSl, 70. The market was ie&s firm at the close. Corn There were 4000 bushels offer ed. S iles of white a 95a99 cents; yellow 94a96 cents Oats There were 9000 bushels offer ed, aud sales of ucw Maryland good to prime at 32a40 ceuts.-prices tending down ward. " MARRIED On the 2cl ult., by Rev. A. Bell, Mr. TnoMAS G. Hill an..l Miss Elizabeth Mead, all of Benton township, this countr. RETAIL PRICES. Woodspield, Aucr. 7. 1855. Flour, per bbl . . S7 50 00 a Wheat, per bus .... . $1 Com, per bns ....... 75 4f a 4k 12 9 a 8 a 8 6 50 . 10 $2 00 Oats, per bus Porlt. fie5!!!, per lb. . . Bacon Hams, per lb " Shoulders... Sides ' MnckcreL per lb Etjirs. per doz Potatoes, per bus. "pse, per lb Peac'ies, dry, per bus , AXXOUXt'EME.MS. CS Candidates will please remember that our charge is one dollar for announcing each name, and that we expect the fee to accompany the announcement. 3 We aro authorized to announce the name of HORACE HOLLAND a? an independent candidate for the office of Representative for Monroe County. 3 We are authorized to announce the name of ' . ADONUAH POWELL as an independent candidate for the office of Representative for Monroe county. . i Mast Voters. TWe are authorized to announce JOHN OLLOM, of Salem township, as a candidate for re-elec tion to the office of Coroner. Teachers' Association. THE time for holding the next meeting of the above named association has been chanced to the week commencing November 5, 1 b5i. Dr. A. T. Lonb, of Columbus, and T. C. Bowles of Cincinnati, will bo in attendance during the session. In addition to the Scientific exercises of the association, various esays and addresses will be delivered by persons appointed for that pur pose. : , By order of the association, aug.3 td WILLIAM WHKELER, Secretary. Copper Ware and Fruit Cans THE undersigned keeps constantly on hand an assortment of all sizes of , COPPER KETTLES, of the very best workmanship. They cannot be surpassed any w he to. Also FHU1T CANS, varying in size from a quart to a gallon. Those needing such articles cannot do better thin to purchase of W.W.JORDAN. Woodsfielo, Aug. 8, 1855. Attachment. At my instance a writ of attachment was on the 21st day of July 1855, issued by Thomas Real, a Justice of the Peace in and for Perry township, Monroe county, Ohio, against the goods, stooks, interests in stocks, rights, credits, moneys and eilects of Matthew Siebler, a non resident of said county, for the sum of $uD,b0 debt and cost of suit, and will be for hearing on the 1st day of September, 1855, at 10 o'clock A. M. faug. 8.) JANK MOORE. : Master Commissioner's Sale. T)t virtue of a mandate to me directed from L) the Court of Common Pleas of the County of Monroe and State of Ohio, in the case of J. B. C. Harris against Joseph Williams and others, there will be offered for sale at publio auction, at the door of the Court House in the town of Wood8field, in said county, On Thursday, the 13th day of September next, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M., and four o'clock P. M., on said day, the following described rear estate, to wit: Lots number one, two, three, four and five, in the town of Baresville, with the improvements thereon. Also the following-described tract of land, on which is erected a large Steam Flouring Mill ana saw aim : .Beginning for the same at low water mark on the Ohio river, at the south east corner of the lands of Abraham. Tisher's heirs; thence, west with the said line to the north east corner of the town of Baresville; thence sooth with the east boundary of said tdwn, to the run; thence with the meandarinsB of said ran to the Ohio river, at low water mark; thence with said nver to the place of be ginning, known as the Mill Lot, and containing Dout one ana one-nau acres or ground, with all the improvements, water privileges and landings. And also the exclusive right and privilege of the Coal in the following-described premises, situate in section number twenty, lour, in township one and range three, and bounded and describe i as follows: Beginning it tne jnouin 01 a &uiau run on tbe north side 01 B.ire s run, at the Coal Bank; thence up the said Bale's run, with the meanders, thereof, to ihe ol 1 Coal Bank, known as Hill's old Bank, near the point of the hill, including all the I04I within said bounds north to Jacob Bare's north line. Also the house and garden occu pied by Mrs. .Soles. The said premises wilf be sold on the following terms: One-fourth n hand, on day of sale; one-fourth, in oqa year, one-fourth in two years, and the residue in three years, with interest on the deferred payments. Said payments to be secured to the satisfaction of .the undersigned. Information will be giv. n at the time of sale, as to what fixtures will pass with the property. WM. OKEY, - - Mas. Com, Mon. Com. PL Woodafleld, 01, Augr 8, 1855. Legal Advertisements. A STATEMENT -Of the Receipts and Expenditures, - of Monroe County, Ohio, for tht year com- mencing on the first Monday of June, A. D. . 1854, and ending on the first Monday of June, A. D. 1855: STATE FUNDS Receipts. State tax collected in 1854. . , . . .$14,198 07 Peddlers' license 94 00 Auction duties 12 35 State's proportion of show license . 15 00 Proceeds of sales of Section lb 2,139 bJ Principal of Surplu 3 Revenue bor rowed from County fund 1,221 00 Interest on same do 228 35 Total receipts ......... .$17,909 30 Expenditures. County's proportion of State com mon school fund vj $14,249 20 2(5 47 7 00 21 18 70 61 75 County's proportion of interest on section 1(3 State's proportion of taxes refend ed by County Treasurer's mileage. State's proportion of printing de linquent list Treasurer's percent on State funds do do ptvldler's license do do auction duties. . do do show licenses . . Payment of May i November drafts of section liJ funds. . County's proportion of 3 per cent fund. '. Paid into State treasury at Janua ry settlement Balance remaining in the treasury 945 2 20 23 299 4 1,195 33 5 93 1,032 42 93 50 13 1 Total . r. .$17,909 30 SCHOOL FUNDS Receipts. State common school fund $14,249 20 Interest on section lti 945 2j School house tax collected 9,387 18 5 Interest on section 16 collected by Treasurer. 1,004 90 7 Township school taxes collected on Duplicate of 1854 3,000 5i 4 Show Koenses for school fund 15 00 Balance of State common school for 1854 1,257 76 School library fund for 1S55 814 24 Balance inho treasury last year. 250 51 3 Total $30,934 58 2 Expenditures. Paid treasurer of Adams township, State common school fund .... Township do do Paid treasurer of Benton township, State common school fund.... Township do do . . . Paid treasurer of Bethel township, State common school fund School houe fund Paid treasurer of Center township, State common school fund.... Township do do .... School house fund. ............ Paid treasurer of Franklin town'p, State common school fund .... School house fund Paid treasurer of Green township, State common school fund School house fund Paid treasurer of Jackson towns'p, State common school fund Township do do .... School house fund Paid treasurer of Malaga township, State common school fund .... School house fund Paid treasurer of Ohio township, State common school fund.... Township do , do .... School house fund Pai.l treasurer of Perry township, State common school fund School house fund. Paid treasurer of Salem township, State common school fund .... Township do do .... School house fund Paid treasurer of Seneca township, State common school fund.... , Township do do .... School house fund raid treasurer of Summit towns'p, State common school fund School house fund Paid treasurer of Suusbury town'p, State common school fund.... Township do do .... Paid treasurer of Switzerland t'p, State common school fund . . . , Township "' do1 do .... School house fund Paid treasurer of Washington t'p, State common school fund School house fund Paid treasurer of Wayne township, State common school fund School house fund v Paid treasurer of Beallsville Dist., State common school fund. . . . , District do do, .... School house fund $ C99 31 31S 55 753 68 150 50 647 13 393 36 1,145 24 434 16 8 00 1,107 2S 885 10 - 953 84 1,054 84 833 21 8 00 108 57 1.207 74 73 32 1,422 11 250 67 784 86 870 55 133 17 902 06 354 38 281 01 1,157 88 100 69 1,202 39 864 97 208 75 783 07 314 16 843 19 401 00 57 43 953 47 251 16 .918 38 433 59 311 91 114 23 43 44 273 91 137 43 323 04 382 14 602 96 215 36 261 85 30 00 19 50 75 93 88 . 07 20 60 1,091 63 Paid treasurer of Clarington Dist., State common school fund District " do do .... Paid treasurer of Woodsfield Dist., State common school fund.... District do do .... School house fund Noble county's proportion of sec tion 16 funds for 1854. ........ ' same for 1855 Treasurer's per cent on tw'p school funds collected . . section 16 funds. - . - ' " show license .... sch'l house funds Taxes refunded Proportion of printing delinquent list Balance remaining in the treasury 1,091 Total. , . . .$30,934 58 2 INFIRMARY FUND Receipts. Amount collected on Duplicate of 1854 : $3,962 29 Balance in treasury last year. .. . 25 29 3 Total. ,...$3,987 58 . Expenditures. Am't paid H. & A. Okey, 2d and 3d payments on Infirmary, as per contract.. ' $2,000 00 Thos. Morris on Infirmary farm 1,700 00 Interest on deferred payments .... 15 25 Proportion of taxes refunded by Co. 60 Treasurer's per cent....... ..... 83 66 Proportion 6f printing delin'qt list ' 6 SO Balance in the treasury.... ...... 181 56 6 Total .$3,987 58 3 Am't of Infirmary orders issued and not re deemed. . $734 -10 BRIDGE' FUND. Balance in the treasury at last settlement, and still unexpended.... $242 51 2 TOWNSniP FUNDS Receipts. Am't collected on Duplicate, 1854. $2,273 52 ( 1 Expenditures. Paid treasurer of Adams township. $149 78 tt u . " ". tl u u ; m , M U V. - U M M Benton,....".., 144 07 1 Bethel... 64 17 Center... ;:...' 189 22 I Franklin.:. X.i H8 49 : Oreen... !..,. 198 58 Jackson ......' 143 62 4 Malaga....."...' , 138 49 : Ohio "... 115 20 I Perry......."... 13378 Salem..'....'".;; .147 91 ' Seneca ;.".'... w' 81 84 : . Summit. 119 63 Salisbury..."... 165 63 6 Switzerland."... 149 78 5 " Washington ... 60 99 1 " , " Wayne. . .:. ..'. . 99 67 Treasurer's per cent 49 00 Proportion of printing delin'qt list 3 92 8 Taxes refunded..... " 49 9 Total $2,274 51 3 Deduct receipts 2,273 52 6 Amount due treasurer. . . . 98 7 POOR FUNDS Receipts. Am't collected on Duplicate, 1854. $1,542 72 8 Expenditures. Paid township treasurers as follows Adams township. $ 27 58 Benton 148 23 5 Center 47 90 Franklin " 158 49 3 (ireen " 99 30 2 Jackson " : . . 92 75 7 Ohio ". 26 28 9 Perry ' v. . . 143 61 3 Salem " ..... . ...... . 82 21 4 Seneca 40 36 9 Summit " 80 27 9 Sunsbury " 511 17 4 . Switzerland" ......... 49 37 Proportion of taxes refunded. ... 07 9 Treasurer's per cent 32 5(5 Proportion of printing delinq't list - 2 517 Total .$1,542 72 8 ROAD FUND S Receipts. $3,922 07 6 $127 18 7 31 07 7 134 36 7 14 09 84 30 7 36 16 415 58 8 57 98 7 157 13 8 19 43 4 173 68 1 21 64 3 113 44 37 53 1 ' 454 79 1 7 89 8 238 54 3 19 99 8 166 54 4 14 31 2 253 75 8 20 99 5 184 89 4 14 23 6 187 29 8 14 29 6 267 23 2 ' 57 44 178 12 6 16 63 142 25 5 22 48 2 121 99 15 80 9 82 60 6 40 Expenditures. Adams t'p, certificates deposited . . " money paid t'p treas . . Benton, certificates deposited. . . . " money paid towns'p treas . Bethel, certificates deposited " money paid towns'p treas . Center, certificates deposited " money paid towns'p treas . Franklin, certificates deposited. . . " money paid towns'p treas . Oreen, certificates deposited ' money paid towns'p treas . Jackson, certificates deposited " money paid towns'p treas . Malaga, certificates deposited " .money paid towns'p treas . Ohio, certificates deposited. . . . . . " money paid towns'p treas . Perry, certificates deposited " money paid towns'p treas . Salem, certificates deposited ." money paid towns'p treas . Seneca, certificates deposited . . . . . " money paid towns'p treas . Summit, certificates deposited . . . . " mor.ey paid towns'p treas. Sunsbury, certificates deposited. . " money paid towns'p treas . Switzerland, certificates deposited. " money paid towns'p treas T Washington, certificates deposited . mon8y paid towns'p treas . Wayne, certificates deposited. . . . " money paid towns'p treas . Treasurer's per cent Proportion of printing delinq't list Total $3,922 07 6 COUNTY FUND Receipts. Am't collected on Duplicate, 1854. $5,675 21 9 Ferry licenses 30 00 Tavern licenses ..". 6 00 Of S. W. Noll, Coroner's inquest . . 125 73 Proceeds of sale of nncurrent mon ey received of predecessor 24 75 Of J. F. Randolph, fine in case of Ohio vs. Baker 8 75 Martin . . . 2 06 5 " Rose. ... 5 00 Chapman.. 5. 00 Of Probate Judge, fine and costs in Ohio vs. Rose 36 75 " Beaver 20 00 Jackson " 15 00 " McAnaapy ...... 58 50 Note on Conley & Brookover."". . . . -13 65 ' M. Butt and others 29 90 ' Clark and Rose ." 5 00 "a Samuel Carpenter .". 25 35 " John Rucker. 59 68 " Stephen and others. 8 63 " Greeneltch 7 80 " Denny and Koehler. .... . 51 64 Of J. B. Noll, freight on books. . . 2 75 J. S. Ilolliday, expenses Jones road 2 00 Henry Rose, road damages ....... 15 00 Of J. T. Morrill, fino in case, of Ohio vs. Parsons 5 00 Boltz.. 5 00 Of Sh'ff Read, cost Ohio vs. Marlow 5 50 " - rent of court house 1 00 " , jury fees in case of Bottenfield vs. Durkee... 6 00 Joy vs. Wilson 6 00 Brown vs. Brownfield ' 6 00 ' Tidd vs. Durkee 6 00 Morris vs. Davidson 6 00 Tipton vs. Gratigny 6 00 Lantz vs. Whitney 6 00 Brooks vs. Havely. 6 00 Dent vs. Gay hart. ,......".;.. . 6 00 Wilson vs. Hawkins. 6 00, Of Matthew Scott, fine in case of Ohio vs. Ward, . , 5 00 Fisher. 4 00. Of Samuel W. Noll, fine in oase of . Ohio vs. Mittendorf 20 00 Marlow 20 00 Havely.... 5 00 Of L. F. Ellsworth, note for costs Ohio vs. Carpenter...... 4 65 Of same, for fine in following cases Ohio vs. Baker 5 00 ' Herlen; 5 00 . " Carpenter.. 5 00 Stephen 5 00 . Baker 5 00 Expenses Tp. 1, R. 3, feec. 16 funds 15 85 Of Thomas NeaL fine in cases of . Ohio vs. Maeser. . . . 20 00 Ritchie..... 30 00 ; Hunt. 5 00 Of Thomas Fowler, fine in case of Ohio vs. Mann. .............. . - 5 00 Of D. H. Wire, forfeited recogni sance, Ohio vs. McCattly. 262 00 Same, Ohio vs. Finney 379 81 5 Of W. D. Patton, auctioneer license 1 00 Of Thomas Cochran, fine in case of Ohio vs. Rowls. 5 00 Of John M. Kinney, fine in case of Ohio vs. Tippins and others. ... 10 00 Of John K. Lyftoh. fine in case of . Ohio vs. Crawford............ 5 20 Of Wm. Hobangh, fine in oases of . Ohio vs. Bough..... 5 00 " Henderson. 10 00 ' Johnson and White.., . 6 00 t Yookey.. . 5 00 Of David O. Coe, sne in cases of Ohio vs. King. 8 00 " Morris.,. 8 00 Arnold 4 0 Of Moses Markley, fine in oase of Ohio vs. Slack 5 00 Of Geo. W. Watson, fine in oases of Ohio vs. Payne. 5 00 MoCammos ' 5 00 Of Robert Cree. fine in tho oase of Ohio vs. Givens 4 87 5 Xote of Christian Keller and others - in case of Ohio vs. Keller 135 29 Xote of Christ'n Dressel and others in case of Ohio vs. Dressel. . . . . 92 11 Printing fees deducted from other . funds,,...,., 73 70 Cash of F'r4 an4 Bvirad pn sale of County farm 69 (U faxes refunded by the State! 2 47 7 faxes refunded b other funds. :. , " 2 04 I Total .V.. , . ..... $3,157 bj 1 ' '-yExwndtiures. ' ' ; Paid grand jurors, June term, 1"854 $24 45 ! - w-'-Oot. 37 30 u ' March term, '55 34 35 Jurors pistriot Mrojt Aug, term, '64 ?1 30 Jurors Com. Pleas, June term, 1654 50 85 r Oct.: ' 12 85 ' Dec. 86 50 , March '55 123 45 Jurors Probate court, July, 1854. . 28 35 " August, "... 48 40 . Sept. "... 14 80 October, "... 27 80 ..." Novem'r,".. . " 24 50 " Decem'r, "... 23 15 ' Feb'y, 1855.. 40 75 " March, "... 38 50 Cowen & Sinclair, Attorneys for de- fendant, Ohio vs. Miller 50 00 D. II.. Wire, Prosecuting Attorney, in Court of Common Pleas . 249 99 Same, for drawing official bonds . . , 3 75 Same, Pros. Att'y in Probate court 187 50 Daniel Peck, Attorney, Monroe Co, vs. Mason -. . .15 00 Elihu Morris, fees as Probate Judge - iii criminal cases 33 66 John W. Okey, Probate Judge, do 298 32 same fees in insanity cases 8 08 same in habeas corpus " 24 00 same apportioning jurors . 6 00 M. Morrow, Sheriff, Probate Court. 4 93 Wm. Read, .. 163 79 same . " Court Com. Pleas 154 32 C. M. Morrow, Constable " 29 00 Thomas Little, " 7 00 Henry Burton, " 7 00 Joseph Coates, " 5 00 Otho Farmer, " " . 12 00 Jailor's fees in State cases 164 72 Jailor's fees for keeping lunatics . . 700 00 Mrs. Fulton, for keeping lunatic . . , 60 00 Mrs. McVay, for keeping lunatic . . 30 00 J. B. Noll, taking lunatic to Asylum 47 25 C. M. Morrow, 47 75 Washing for lunatics 31 31 Clothing for lunatics. '. 33 75 Witnesses in lunacy inquests.... 15 95 Medical attendance on lunatics ... 2 00 Justices' fees in lunacy cases .... 2 50 Witnesses in Common Pleas Court 1 50 Th. Little Constable District Court 2 0b C. M. Morrow, " 3 00 Wm. Read, summoning jury " 4 00 Township treasurers, settling with Auditor. Th. Little, Constable Probate Court C. M. Morrow, " " Uriah Redin, " . . Henry Burton," " Jas. R. Morris, for public printing and stationery for public offices Witnesses before grand jury Au- . gust term, 1S54 Witnessess in Probate Court J. S. Way, fees as School Examiner E. Archbold,' " Wm. Wheeler, if . ".-...,-Costs before Justices in State cases Instruments for inspecting liquors Justices for opening poll books. . . Judges and clerks of elections. . . . Henry Ford, fees as Commissioner Stephen Henthorn, " Jacob Tschappat, "...... John B. Noll, fees as Auditor. . . . same for selling county farm John Ollom, fees as Coroner S. W. NolL holding inquests ..... Jnrors at Coroner's inquests Constable's fees, Coroner's inquests Boxes and inuilin for bodies found Expenses in surveying roads, to wit: Ault's road Dye's road. Rose's road. Woodsfield & Tuel's landing road Robinson's road Dement's road Uuvd's road ." Lewisville and Fishing creek road , Diehl and Landback's road. . . . Dyer's road Morris's road. ............... Jones's road. ................ Bare's road ' Hornbrook's road. .... ... . . . . . Muhleman's road. Way's road. .-. Stafford and Matamoras road. . 19 00 4 00 17 50 2 50 8 00 399 92 5 9 10 265 15 33 00 21 00 --18 75 345 79 46 00 8 25 198 20 51 50 36 00 30 00 1,077 39 20 00 9 28 4 40 17 00 2 00 2 65 .7 50 3 00 16 25 5 00 1 75 1 50 75 8 00 00 00 50 00 50 00 00 50 00 Paid Township Assessors as follows: Daniel Willis, Adams township 36 00 John Mills, Benton 31 60 Samuel Jackman, Bethel . . 27 00 Samuel McVay, Franklin 46 50 Alexander Dixon, Green 28 50 Wm. II. Bell, Jackson 27 50 Levi Lupton, Malaga. . . 39 00 Elijah Morrison, Ohio . . . . . 33 00 Roseberry Mitchell, Perry. ..... 33 00 Ebenezer White, Saloni. . ... . . . 50 00 E. W. Greeneltch, Seneca. . . . . . '36 00 J. H. Hamilton, Summit. : 28 50 Silas Headier, Sunsbury. ...... ! 45 00 Christian Blatler, Switzerland.. .45 00 David Cline, Washington 28 60 John Gray, Jr., Wayne ........ 33 00 James Mitchell, Clerk, Court C. P. 57. 90 Fuel for public offices and buildings i 157 21 Furniture . . .... .... ., - 45 80 Repairs and materials. ... ." 7144 Stationery. : , i ...:......'... . . . 165 82 Clothing for lunatics. 10 4G Daniel O'Connor, recording deed for Infirmary farm. ........... ; J 60 Jas. MoConanghy, unclaimed costs 3 71 Benj Rouse, freight on books. 7. . " .' 25 . Henry Mowder, , 25 Catharine McMahon, postage 40 Daniel Morris, (lost order) survey ing Dougherty road. ...... ... . . -' 4 00 M. Dougherty, appraiser's fee, Fund , Commissioners vs. Ferrel. , 50 W. F. Booth, freight and storage on . . . books, stationery, &c' " 21 03 Daniel O'Connor, recording &c, for , County .... . ..... . .;. i "; "r 2 00 Daniel O'Connor, seal and press for- " Recorder's office. . .-. ; . 10 00 John Muhleman, appraiser of 80? tion 16, Tp. 1, R. 3 .' . 2 00 James Steed, notifying Conimhv sioners of special session...... ; 25 D. H. Wire, sign for Treas. office. - 2 50 T. A. Way, taxes improperly paid 2 28 Arthur Gray,.... "...... , 40 S.P. Jones, appraisers. 16, T. 3, R. 5 2 00 J.F.Pearce,. ..."...,",.. ."..... . 2 00 Henry Starkey,. "....".... "..... 2 00 J. P. Ferrel, taxes improperly paid ; ' 64 Secretary of State for field notes. . 34 00 Dr. J. IL Pierson, medical atten dance on prisoner. ........... . 50 TTT rft ? a i m r r . uooper, ireignionscnoomorary o 99 M. Redin, freight on " apparatus 75 Tax on lot No. 45 in Malaga bought . by Fund Commissioners . . 32 J. A. & G. H. Davenport, goods for ! Mrs. Morris. . ......... . .". . . . . ! 7 50 J. A. Davenport, offioe rent for Pro bate Judge U..., 22 00 Clerk of Washington Co., feM in ' . oase of Fund Com'rs vs Feitel. . 6 50 Uriah Mead, freight on book . . . 25 D. Okey, freight on school library . , 3 00 C. Cehrs, appraiser, S. 16, T.l,. 3 .. 2 00 SamlKeylor, taxes improperly paid - 1 01 5 Ar.Smyth,appraiser,8.1S,T4i4 3 00 G.W.Carrothera,.,..'.u..;..: 3 00 -Jas. Witten, conveying assesser , . blanks and book to. Jackson, t:. 150 J. SUed, ' ' ' to Switserland tp" " 2 60 s W. R. Burton, freight on Duplicate 25 W.Cooper, freight on schoollihrary t . 1 S3 3 Wm; Read, digging well on jail lot . . 32 25 C. MoMahon, postage stamps for Co. 3 00 Am't overpaid by Treas. last year. '. -. 85 90 6 Treasurer's per oent on Co. funds , on .Duplicate....... ,.119 80 Treas.'per cent on other Co. funds ... 120 ,25 Treas. of State, principal .on. gur-.' r plus Revenue 1,121 00 Treas, of SUte, interest on same. . .. 204 91 D.iscQunt qq pnpurrpnt money.. . . 12 50 Rent oi Treasurers office. 20 00 Total. ...... .$8,516 14 1 Expenditures over receipts $358 27 Am t f notes in criminal oases in, haqd of Trea. - charged in aboyo and not yet paid 4)8 44 140 36 7 Am't overpaid by Treasurer ... 917 07 7 Outstanding orders for Co. purposes 1,067 40 .-- COUNTY DEBT FUND lieleTpts" Am't collected on Duplicate, 1854 $791 29 1 Expenditures. Treasurer's per cent. . . . . :. ....... 1668 Pi oportion printing delinquent list 1 29 2 Proportion of taxes refunded . .... 7 39 1 Interest paid on County scrip bonds of James Paull. . . ... ......... 165 45 Balance in tho treasury. . 607 47 8 Total.....!. VS791 29 1 SURPLUS REVENUE FUND. Amount received from the State. . .$20,870 90 Repaid to the State . . 18,470 90 Balance due the State. "2,000 CO Principal due from individuals $3,621 00 Interest due and unpaid. ... . 1,G20 CO Total due $5,241 0Q The whole of the above amount is in judg ment, and about $2,000 may possibly be collect ed; the balance being a total loss to the County. There are also outstanding orders for Court nouse debt to the amount of $450, and the holders thereof are unknown. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Woodsfield, ) Monroe County, Ohio, August 1, 1855. j ' I certify the foregoing to be a true statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of Monroe County, for the fiscal year commencing on the first Monday of June, 1854, and ending the first Monday of June 1855; and that the indebted ness and uncancelled orders are truly given as appears upon record in this office. JNO. S. HOLLIDAY, Auditor, Monroe Co., Ohio. ROAD NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there will be a petition presented to the Commissioners of Monroe county, Ohio, at their September session, A. D. 1855, asking that so much of the State road leading from Sisters ville to Cumberland as lies between the twenty first mile tree on said road and Sutherland's meeting house, at or neartheMuskingum creek road be vacated. JAMES STALLING S. Franklin township, August 1, 1855. TIOAD NOTICE Notice is hereby given that XV a petition will be presented to the Com missioners of Monroe county, Ohio, at their September session 1856, praying for the grading, alteration and extension of tire county road, commencing at low water mark, on the Ohio river, at the east end of Woodsfield street in Baresville, Ohio township, thence up the river bank and with said street to the west end there of, thence the best route to supply the Woods field road, crossing Opossom creek, near Nis perly's mill, and the low gap on the lands of Reuben Falconer, in Green township, thence into the head waters of Cranenest, intersecting the Woodsfield road in Cranenest at the west end of said Falconer's farm, at a grade not ex ceeding 6 J degrees. Mast Pstitioxkbs. , August 1, 1855.' Master Commissioner'! Sale. BY virtuo of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas within and for the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, in the case of Robert Boyd against J. & A. Sinclair and others, will be offered fpr sale at publio outcry, at the door of the court house in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, on ... Saturday., the IStt day of Augutt, 1855, , between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m., and 4 o'clock, p, m., of said day, the following lands and tenements lying and being in said county: Tho south west quarter of the north west quarter of section 30, township 3, and range 4, containing 40 acres ; and 28 acres in the south oast quarter of the north west quarter of sec tion township 6 and range 4 Also 68 acres of land in the west half of the. north east quarter of section 30, township 3 and. range 4, with all and singular the appurtenances te- longing to said premises, which said tracts of land,' will be sold on the following terms, to wit : One-fourth cash in hand, one-fourth in six months, and one-fourth in twelve months, and one-fourth in 18 months, the extended payments to be secured by approved security. Wm. OKiiY, Mas. Com. July 18, 1855. Mon. Com. Pleas. XtOsl TJotf c. LYDIA MoMECHEN, Rachel Elliott and the unknown heirs of James Elliott, decceased, will take notice, that on the 31st day of May, AT D. 1655, Thomas H. List and Sydney his wife, Eugene A. Hildreth and Susan his wife, Benoni S. Good and Jane his wife, Joseph L. Bushfield and Mary his wife, John R. Morrow and Elizabeth his wife, Albert H. Caldwell and Eleanor his wife, David B. McMechen, Aaron Kelly and Sallie his wife, William McMechen, Hiram McMechen and James H. McMechen, filed a Petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, in the state of Ohio, against the said defendants, and is now pending, where in the plaintiffs represent, that one Benjamin McMechen, now deceased, in his life time, to gether with the said Joseph L. Bushfield, pur chased from James Elliott, now deceased, the following-described tracts of land, situate in said county, to wit : The north east quarter of the south west quarter, and the south west quarter of the south east quarter of section five, in township four and range four, contain ing SO and 24 hundredths acres; that they paid for same, and received from the said James El liott and his wife Rachel, a deed, which deed is filed with the petition. That by some mistake or inadvertence, at the time of the execution of said deed, there appears no subscribing witness to the deed. That the said purchasers ,went into possession of the land, and continued to occupy same. The plaintiffs ask for a deed for the land that the title may be quietjed. That the interest of Lydia McMechen, who is insane, may be ascertained and protected; and that the plaintiffs may be authorized to sell and convey said tract of land under such regulations as the Court may prescribe. That unless the de fendants appear and answer or demur to the Petition by the 31st day of August next, that at the October Term of said Court for 1855, the plaintiffs will ask for a Judgment, and order by default. Houisteb, Oket & Holuster, ' July 4, 1855. ; Att'ys for plaintiffs Legal Notice. NOTICE is hereby given to John Frank, whose place of residence is unknown, that on the 19th day of October, 1854, John Valdier filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, his Petition against said John Frank and one Daniel Clark, as administrator of John Kroff, deceased. The objeot.of which said Pe tition "is, to collect the amount of promissory note given by said Frank to valdier, oauing for $120, with interesMrom the first of Septem ber, 1653, by the sale of the following lands in Monroe county: The west half of the north east quarter of section 12, township 4, of range 4. . And also a part of the south east quarter of the north west quarter of said section, town ship and range. Beginning for the same at the centre of said section; thence west 40 rods; thence north 80 rods; thence east 40 rods, and thence south 60 rods, to the beginning; con taining 99 acres, more or less. That unless the said John Frank appear by the 31st of August next, and answer or demur, the said John Val dier will ask for judgment, at the October Term, 1855, for $120, with interest from Sep tember 1st, 1853, and that said land may be soia to pay .same, ' : -. .Holusieb, Oket & HotL.KTSK, July 4, 1855. . Ait'ys for pi-ilntiff. ,TTJST BEE1VED AND FCH SALE 2Y THE t BbL, a fresh supply of Also a good assortnient of GE.AN CKaDLES GRAIN ni GRASS SCYTHES; SICKLES; , HAY.TBAWaMANUSE FOP.KS; - Shjfriis 6ey the Snathes; Oft-ftto f .IST-. '. RtCBASS. Old orders redeemed. Dry (joS'Is;" G roccries, &c. 2 g: S-B . I S q B v.; ; jjm mj tB g.5 S.1"BS R &S-' 3 ltri'sH6;-' : - S 5. 2"x H M - "jf - 3gg &V.3-K I- -I 5 o 3 Ft 1 0 .9 irzr 3 ts a P - S. k- ft - P-iS "J.-"-Kf .1 i - -" Sale of Express acktie". v A package directed to John Pietschmann' Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio, from Canton, -Ohio, forwarded by the Adams Express Com- ' pany, will be sold to pay charges unless called -for within ten days from this date. Package ' is in care of T. Davis, Woodsfield. . Aug. 1, 1855. Wm.1 T. CATHERWOOD;- , SELECT SCHOOL; " A select school by tiie undersigned will com- ' mence on the 13th inst., and continue for ' the term of twelve weeks. The following rates'' per scholar will be charged: Arithmetic, Geography and Grammar $3,50 Philosophy Natural and Moral, His- " tory, Physiology and Elementary Al- - -gebra ': 6,00- Higher Algebra, Geometry, 'Chemistry . and Astronomy.". . 7,00 The above will be interspersed with various , exercises : Musical, Rhetorical, Orthographical, &c, &c. No pains' will be spared to render tho . school both interesting and profitable to all the students. J. v. CLARK Woodsfield, August 1, 1856. . - " . Look at This! I would say to all that know themselves ; indebted to me, either by book account or : ' note, that they will do well to call and 'PAY UP, as my accounts most be settled. - -" August 1, 1855. M. BAKER. '- K Marbie Shop; THE undersigned respoctfully informs ihe '' public, that he still continues to mannfao " ture . r fV 's-.AuZ'f Tombs,-McnuraeBts, Crave Stones &c, at his shop in Miltonsbargh, Monroe coun ty, Ohio, of any style desired,, and of the best quality of American and Italian Marble, which ; he has made arrangements to receive from tho East.. . -. - : He has also established a shop in WoodsSeld' for the convenience of his customers, .. - -:V His work will be furnished at rersonahle-V prices, and delivered at such places as may be. agreed upon. He has received two premiums from the Monroe County' Agricultural Society,";) for specimens of his work, and he flatters himw self he can render satisfaction to all who may want work in his line. Orders left with D. BL , Wibe, EsqM Woodsfield, Wm. Read, Miltons- '. burgh, and Dr. Judkxxs, Malaga, will receive- 1 prompt attention. . - , . t H. H02RSTING. " July 18, 1855. ' " .. ." . ; ;.T S!T"t-T rvrl ' HnTYitnAi. f3.A1ct . JUST. RECEIVED from the Eastern cities, ft; new stock of , ... ... J -, DDE DEG Consisting of every variety usually, kept in a ' village store,' Also j ; r ,-- - .-. Ready-Made Clothing " ; . 1 Constantly on hand and for sale' at roduced' . ' prices. - . - . . . CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER" l i h in the latest fashions and best styles, and war- , ranted to be equal to any work done in tha . west. ' Call and examine for yourselves. ' ;"" ' .; i. R, CHASE Clabisotox, May, 19SS-ljU-af.--:i THR IIATIVFPRITV'H F111TT VA , m. uu viui .uiaa a Mf u i Mi S- - ssued under the Seal, Sanction and Authority - THE UNIVERSITY 07 FREE MEDICINE AH "T '; v :-. POPULAR KNOWLEDGE, 1 ' Chartered by the State of Pennsylvania f1 . April 29, 1853, -"" WITH A CAPITAL OF tlOO.OOO. ' Mainly for the purpose of arresting the ' Also, for supplying the Community with ro-t , liable Remedies wherever a Competent FkysL- . cian cannot or will not "be employed. - This In- -' stitntion - has purchased from Da. JOHN ROW AND, his celebrated- v .- . .' .i v jf ? : Rowand' s Tonic Miixtarer? : ? Known for upwards of twenty-five yearaas the--only sure and safe cure for FEYER as AGUE,. &c, and his inestimable Remedy for BOWEL COMPLAINTS, - ' , 1 - ROWAND'S i: ' sTt i n A V . TLL hare constantly on hands iLuxturm of all kdnda;. lk CrtAimm a 4V. va. and latest imprevement&k ' . ; From nasi axnerieiwe m L.tftonrAyk ttmf we osax equal any manufactured in the State Persona wishing to purchase Machines' will please rive us a call and examine for them selves. All work warranted to perform right ' or no sale- .- N T) All old Castings and Iron taken f X exchange- for work, for which th highest price will be given. Sunfish, April 4, 1855. - Moll Atr . T' f J -i vy- . x - wVftf- For sale at Feb. 7. tompoana &yrup oi uiacKDerryKcst,. Which highly approved and popular Rome. dies, together with " The University's Remedy for CbxrtAnm of ' . the Lukgsj . it,..-v .-.A '-.' The University's Remedy for PrsNrsu. o',v Ixdioestiox; - - - The University's Remedy for Coe-rnrsBownat- Also, the UvrvEBsrrr's AhuxTxe may be had, at the Branoh Dispensary, or store of 1 - ' v J LEVI BALDWDT, - - ' Snnfish, Monroe Co. O,-" . Also by Ww. STEEL h SON, Stafford, Ohio. July 11, 1855. - LITTENrSOME & CO. ; Threshing Machine Builders and Eepoirtt,, BUNFTSTT. OTTlft . . .' " '