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T in- ; s" iv i :ii "i t ; ; ' o r , i) e m ociic y i 14- -LATEST- FK0ST)ALfF0 Arrival of the Star of the "West, :New York, Not. 28. ' The steamship Star of tbe West, from San: JuanJ arrived this afternoon at 3 -.- o'clock." She brings dates from San Fran cisco to the , 5th of Xot. The ravages ;of the Indians are grow ing: serious; from Puget Sound to Shasta, tho'-Indians; had made a siroulianeons at ttck on the Whitcs.artd massacred a large dumber. - Yolnnteers were turning out in 'all 'directions. . ! The U. S. troops nndur 'May. Fitzjrerald had also turned out in ersuit. j Nriy all the tribes north of .'Coftimbiii rivet have confederated and 'Worn to exterminate the Americans.. " T "MA band of -1500 Indians attacked a small party ufU." S. Troops at Puget !S6und under Major Ilaller and forced Tthem to retreat; the latter had been rein- LL..i K-rtini. cnmranies of volunteers, ' , ' 0...orl cnnliMl with ril!M out uy viruv. it ammunition by the sloop of-war Decatur aiid revenue' cutter Jefferson Pavis, and were about to assume the offensive. S -Gallego & Ilaxall flour $12. - Butter ?60 eta", rk $21 Crushed sugar 1 2 . ' s ; The Amouut of specie shipped by the ": fSonora is nearly $2,200,000. 'General Walker is in full possession of Jffcaragna 1 fCoI. Wheeler, the American Minister, 'had publicly acknowledged, on the part ?of ;the "pitted f States, the independence tx sovereignty of the new republic and assured Its government of the kind regards -and well wishis entertained by the CBief magistrate: of the United States towards it. -' t Gen. Carrol, who had been detected in ' treasonable correspondence with some of the! officers of the gov't was tried by a ?conrt; martial and shot in the Plaza at - Granada, on the 7 th," 8 hours after his ar- rest The! court martial was composed entirely of Americans. Other arrests were sniadej but no names given. The sentence ' was acquiesced in by Gen. Rivas, the new- ly Elected President. ' 1 A daty' of 20 per cent, ad valorem had ' been declared by the Nicaraguan govern- ment'npotf all foreign imports, payable in Sr . . I i'h i ...... coin. i , J .-;J-Msh;'Retail Market, : T zFor'.thl-tfeek ending Dec. I, 1855. Corrected weekly for the Spirit of Democracy, i AbrlaS. i'ereen') ' per bushel $0 20 a .25 3 a.f I (dried) ; Batter, per lb . . , "Brftoms, . per doi. Oorn, per bush. . .". T Cheesot per' Ibl v 3over seedfc per "bush Corn meal, . . -f Candles,' per lb,'... A: Coffee, j ' . L . . . ... . Kggs, 'per &ot. . . - . . Flour, per bbl. .; Tish, new) -No. 3 . . ' Hams', per. lb. . j'.' . 75 16o 18 1 25 o 1 50 - 33 12 a 15 5 00 a 6 00. , 50 - 18- .. : 15 ... 12 ' 9 50 8 50 ' 15 ' ' - 9 00 ' 15 Hay, per tun. . . . LardV per lb. . . j. fi Molaea, per gal 0t, per bush. I. . . .' .(i Ojn-omv " VV l'otatoesj4 .'... j., C Peaches,, (dried)' per bush Elde,pef IV. ;... j Rye, per bush. .' ' ' , Salt, per bbl. : . .5 " Shoulders" (bacon) per lb Sides i - j - " " . 0 Sugai, (S.TX) per lb . Temper lb..-!.. J . . Timothy seed, per bush . , t.62i , 30 - 50' 35 ' 1 25: 9. 87 25 a 40 a 30 a ,75 a ' 12J 10 d -.12 75 a 1 00 . . . 2 5Q . ' 12J inuuw, per iu. . Wteat, (at i Union Mill) per bush. I 60 "Whitebeans, per bush . .: I, ' Rlve'r 8 eet and falling. . 1 0 1 25 i RETAIL PRICES. ' ' Woodsfield, Dec' 4,' 1355. ... ...St 50 $1 37 & "Wheat, per bu. S Coin, per bus. . i ..... , Oats, per bus Tfork, fresh, per lb. .... Bacou Hahis, per lb.. V. Shoatdera.... . i 'e Sides.. I ., 4i Mackerel, per lb . . jj Kggs, pet do-. . i ..... . . Potatoes, per'bus. . . . , . . f Cheese, per- lb. I ..... . Peaches, dry, per bus. . . 0 Apples i iv u ... 1 Coffee, per U...L...... f Sugar, K. 0j, per lb ... . Tallow, pe ib. ...... 0 (Uadles, per lb. ...... Nails. 8d. and.,94 per lb .33. 25 a "6 : " 14 " i-: 9c '.9a; ' B, ' 6 37- ' 12 . $1 25; 75. ', U a 15 9 a 12 ' 12J C- fl5 a IS 5J a 6 56 a G2 ;,10 - Molasses, per gall;; U'Y?. .'. .T7fTt' VU?. wer lb : i : iVfl J i- ri ; M A RB I B D-On the 29th nltr, by Thomas ' UcJhonEsqi.,' MrV BylVesteb Williams and Miss Cathakis Moblet, all of this county. Steam engine and Saw-mill lixtures. THE Undersigned offers for sale A STEAM EN;GLNE,,BearIy new having been run but one.year together with Force and Cold Water Pumps, "Connectipn" Pipes" Main Shaft, Saw .' Crank; Pitmabkhil Fitiaaii Irons, Muley Heads', . Xrttb, tlw Gibs, Slides, and Cross Heads, an Iron, L JUg Wheelanl Pinion, Bull Shaft and Castings, 4lFeedaa4 Backing. Pulleys,! Cistern, &c.,T:he ufos is. -inoh. Cylinder, and 14-inch btroke. The above macUiaery is all pearly new and WJDX J0ta4, And. in grp4 condition, now run ning in the .,; .:. BTEAMr SAW-MlLli lN WOODSFIELD. ,-?0ifs VtttpoC'tai a-.HjeayierginJt is ;fbnnd, hat tthe gearing cannot be arranged to suit, without aucl. alteration. , I wilL there- (- 7PTe, U the abovei at a very decided bargain. -.ii. f i :i. - . W. 110LLISTJ2R AWfadiflioldy.ai Decl5'. rii tf - PWTwki iinUl in' : t ''7'tiT; I" TACOB MELOTT'S ESTATEThe snbsoriU-rs ti -Juire given bond ahd received letters as ex- -.i,.cnt!or ot Jacob Melott,; deceased, fipm the uf9a,ic Court of Monroe Coun.ty, Ohio. . '.:irtrW- ' 'hv; ABIGAIL. MELOTTi : M'P9tl$-tr. ,,5e1JAiIE3,B.IELOTT, ; .ttoVERLET ' ANB T CARPET T11HK undersigned is engaged iii w'eaving COV- .uw4 ana uakpeth of everystyle and ''JZrtfy, at the foUowing rates : - ; Coverietrr- -per pairf'.5j0P or 2,25"eaoli7or three or .more Coverfets alCwoven without tieartsiaCarpetgCom'mbn itfeats poi yaid, double chela. 12 Jrccnta per vard, - . "::. : : ..CHARLES BRUNER, .-Mitr6jwnt)RGH-,Koy. '231856. -vN.-BX-Celoring done in the' lest possible t style. 6pd. "The Ohio Farmer," . -viil commeucVits Fifth Volume, January 1, 1S56. It is now so well awl bo' generally- known, that little need be Raid in its behalf. With the experience which wo have gained in e.iiting it, for the past four years, and with the knowledge of the wants of the public, which much travel and Corres pondence has given in, together with the very many aide Contributors, which we have been constantly adding to our heretofore long list, wo feel that The Ohio Fur::t:r is nioru than ever worthy of tho patronage of the entire eouu try; and we can assure all that however e.vo"'. lont it may have been for tho- past year will be better for tho year to come. ' The Ohio Farmer will csmtiuuo to bo isauo. 1 weekly, on a largo folio sdieot. of clean white paper, and on clear type, and illustrated with icuts 01 uomesuc -inunms. i'..i;i;ineTit, t rees Houses, &c. Ac. The News rind Miscollnneon.; Department, Market Report, e. will receive careful attention. ; . . TERMS OF THE OHIO FARMER. INVARIABLY IX AtVAXCE. Single copy, 1 year, $2 Three copies, 1 year, 5 Five copies, 1 veav,' S One copy, 3 months, $1 l'i ve copies, o " S Ten conivs, 6 " & Ten copies, one year SI 3. i A Clu A Club of five subscribers, fit $S, will entitle !the Person making it up a copy for six month; a Ciuo ot ten, at Ma, to a copy lor onj year. ij01d Subscribers, who wish to rnew Iheir subscription, can do so at any time, ly getting a sew subscriber, and sending us three dollars, which will pay for both for one year. "j"Slbsckibe wirnouT delay. . THO. BROW'S, Proprietor and Editor, . ' Cleveland, Ohio. WINTER A.ITLE5. IIIE subscriber h;is a qnsntitv of F1R3T . RATH APPLES to sell by t)!e bushel. liov 23 . J. R. MORRIS. ClaringtonLod5e.lvo 253, Of F. & A. Masons, meets the Monday on or preceding the full moon in each month. - "j. D. O'CONXOR, W. M. TV m. F. Booth, S. Vr. I J.vo. T.Y. How et.l, S. D. Robt. Chase, J. W. Wa. T. Hcnn, Sec'ry. Peter Wade, J. D. j Jakes Colli.s, Tvl.i'r. ATTACIIMJG1TT K OTICE. Lawrence Roach. Plaintiff, 1 "")i:FOUE John against - I J.) K. Lynch, a Samuel Stokely, Defendant. ) Justice "cf the Pence of Centre township, Monioe County, O., on the 12th day of November, A. I). 1355. saM Justice issued an order of alii.ehmeut. in the above action;' for the sum of one hundred and seventy-three dollars and I:fly-tr.o cents, which is net for trial January 11th. 15J, at 10 o'clock A. M. ' The Uet'onJant will take no tice that the plaintiu' will testify on t!ie tri;.l of this cause. JOEL F. RANDOLPH. December 5th, 185 5. ' A'-.ff fur PluintiX ATTACHMENT NOTICE Lawrence Koach, Plaintiff, ntiff, 'JEFOKS John ; ' - K Lynch a lant. J Justice of the against Samuel Stokley, Defcndai Peace of Center township.Monroe Countv. Ohio. on the 12th day of November, A. I). !b55, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action, for the sitm of one hundred and sixty-six dollars and niuety-two cents, whic h is set for trial on the 11th day of Jan. 1S5(J. : t J o'clock, P. M.: The defendant will take notice that the Plaintiff will testify on the trial of this cause. :-''' JOEL F. RANDOLPH, Dec 5, 1855. Attorney for Plaintiff. Notice in Partition. MARY ST A ATS and Archibald Staats her husband,' Mary Aim Nugent, Emily Nu gent, i-rankliu fugent, and Martha wue, -ann is now pending, wherein the said Abel Vansyck and Sarah Jane Vansyck, his wife, demand partition of the following de scribed real estate, situate in said county, to witr' The south oast qnarterof the north west quarter, and the north east quarter of the south west quarter of - section twenty-six, in township four, and ranpe four, containing seventy-nine and forty-four hundredths acres, except twenty acres off the north end of- sail tract. And at the next term of said court, application will be made by . the said petitioners, for an order that dower may be assigned, and partition be made of the said premises. ' ' ''.' HOLLISTKR, OKET & ' HoLLrSTKR, - : '; Att'ys. for Petitioners. Nov. 8 1855.' Wail Arrangements. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE of the Mails at and from Woodsfield : Barsksville Arrives every dav (except Sun day) at 12 o'clock M. departs every day (ex cept Sunday) at 1 o'clock P. 1,1. . , Barsesvillh" (via Calais) Arrive every ; Wednesday and Saturday at lg o'clock M, , .Dj parts every Wednesday and Saturday ai i P. it. Makietta (Western route) Arrives every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 P. M. Departs ev ery Monday and Wednesday at 5 A. M. Makietta (Southern route) Arrives every Saturday At 7 P. M. Departs every Friday at 5 A. SI.' It, . Sl-skisb (Claringtou) Arrives every Monday and Thursday at 12 M. - Departs same days at 1 P. M.. r t j . , St. Clairsville Arrives eveiy Tuesday and Friday at 12 M.' Departs every Tuesday and Saturday -at 5 A. M. - . JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY THE Bbl., a fresh supply of -' MACKKREL. Also a good assortment of GRAN CRADLES, GRAIN and GRASS SCYTHES; SICKLES; HAY, STRAW and MANEkii FORKS; Shovels; Hoes; Scythe Siuthes; Axes, &c., io. Clarirfton, June ! It. CHASE. THE .UNI VERSITY'S FAMILY '' - - -X5.SS3a,ain3CX3jgg3y : : -ssued under the Se.tlSa jtion an I Authority o THE UNIVERSITY ; OF TREE MEDICIXE AND -'''' ' " POPULAR KNOWLEDGE, ' : ' - Chartered by! the State of Pennsylvania, ' ' --April 2!, 1853, .:, WITH; A CAITI AI. OF 10O.O0O, Mainly for the purpose of 'arresting the evils of SflUrious and Worthless Nostrums; ' Also, for supplying the Community with re liable Remedies wherever a Competent Phvsi- I cian cannot or will not be empdoye d. This In stitution lias -purchased from Da." JOHN R, KUWAND, his celebrated , . ; ;Rmvand Touic? Mixture. : Knqjvij for upward of iwenty-five years as the Bute auu saie cure lor l i.Vi.lt AM) AfiUJi, &c, and liis ineishaaWe Remedy for BOWEL COMPLAINT'S, .-. ... ,, ... r-.-d , 110 WAND'S :" IS - .. ; Compound Syrup; of Blackberry Root, . Winch highly approved and popular Reine-" dies, together with . . -. Tho University's Remedy for Co.MrLAisTS of the Lcjjas; .. . .. .. ,- . . . - The University's Remedy for DrsPF-rsiA' or Ixnrosrios; . '.'' ' The University's Remedy for CostivbBo wels; Also, the UxiversIty's AlmaSac may be had, at the Branch Dispensary, or store of 7 ' ' " ( ; LEVf: BALDWIN; , . j " r -.5 - i i V t - v . Sunfish, Monroo Co. 0. Also by Wm. STEEL & SON, Stated, Ohio. Aslo by Jacob T. Morrili., Sunfiah Oivio. I July 11,1855, .: . J r L on Bf . . " Pv Un Ta3 U - d thi letter roistered at the Jn th t r r y ot i't Office to prevent loss; on the receipt of ae court of Common P.eas, withm and for wbicht a celtincate of membership, tojther Abl CfveKT 1 State ot Oh o by wit?rthe Mafme desired, will JWlrdS Abel VansycK and Sarah-Jam Vans yek. his ,n t e ' ,. Mi sec Ian oo us. ' CLAMN'GTON A.NT) WOODSriELD rililE an lorsigned ii now running aHackreg i. ulr.rly betweeft the above places, for tbe ac commodation of passengers, leaving Clarington every ?Ionday, Wednesday and Friday, at the anival of Um morning boat; and returning, leaves vVoodsficld every Tueslay, Thursday and Saturday, r.t 7 o'clock A. M. Tho public may rest assured that any pack ages entrusted to his care will be promptly d livereJ. Persons wishing to go either way will inquire at T. .Davis' Hotel, Vood$aeld, or at H'm. Rutter s Hotel. Clariusttoiu Aug. 22, '55. W. R. BURTON, Proprietor. ' : COSMOPOLITAST ART ASSOCIATION SECOND YE All. "" A RRAWEMENTS for tha . Second Annual i.X. v,ouccu ion of this new and popular li:sti- ution for the diffusion of Literature and Art, have been made on the most extensive sc.-f.e. Among tha work already engaged, in tho far-fumed . " C E 2f OA C R U C I F I A," whioh orisinally cost Ten Thousand Poilars T 4-. . i .n .-!:.v....: of works of Av.k.iicax At; o ' ;t and the encourage- , have not been over- ment of American genius . . ' . . , , , ; , who win coninouLe some oi men- li.-ieit pro ductions. Among them are thiee Marble Cuj'.s, ececuted by the greatest living Sculptor, Ei mu Powers: , - GliORGE WASHINGTON, Tlip Father of his Country; BENJAMIN FRANKLIN", The Philosopher: ;. . DANIEL WEJJSTEB, The Statesman. A special agent has visited Ei;rox and made careful and judicious selections of foreign works of Art, both in Bronze and JIarble; Statuary and Choice P.-Jntings. The whole forming a larare an.l raluabhi col- leotion of Paintia-s' and tftatuarv, to be dis- inl.utud fri:s anion:.' the members of the Asso- ciation for the Second Year. Terms of Membership. - The payment of three dollars constitutes any one a member of. the Association, and entitles him to either one of the following Magazines for one year, and also a ticket in the distribu tion of the Statuary end Paintings. . Tbe Literature issued to subscribers consists of tho following -Monthly Magazinos Harper's, Putnam's, Knickerbocker, Ulackwood's, ttra liain'i, Codey's- Lady'. Look, and Household Words. - Persons taking fivemembcrr.hips cre entitled to any live of the Magazines for one year, and to six tickcte.m the distribution. . 'The net proceeds derived from tho suls of memberships, are devoted ' to the purchase works of Art for the eusuing year. - 'liie AiivaiJtat's Sccs:red by becoming a member of ihis Association, are 1st. All persons receive tnefu-U value of thir subscriptions in the start, ia tho shape of ster ling Magazine Litorature. 2d. Esch member is contributing towards purchasing choice Works of Art, which are to be distributed- among themselves, and are at tho same time encouraging the Artists of the country, disbursing thousands of dolloi-s thro' its agency. Persons in rciml'tg funds for membership, pi4a.ie g.. e uieir pusi-ojice aaaress in jvii ny part of the country Those who purchase Magazines at Bookstores, will observe that by joining this Association, they receive the Magazine auj free Ticket in the annual distribution, all at tho same price they now pay for tbe Magazine alono. Beautifully illustrated Catalogue:, giving full descriptions, Eent fhee on application. ". For Membership, address C. L. DERBY, Actuary C. A. A. At either of tho principal offices - "Knickerbocker Magazine" office. 343 Broad way, New York; or Western Office, 16J Water street, Sandusky, Ohio. . DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE, riTTSBUKGII, PA.' - ESTABLISHED in 13-10 Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpet ual Charter. - - BOARD OF DIRECTORS. lion. Jamks Buchasas, Hon. V. II. Lowbik, , " Ciiaelbs Nayi.or, Gen. J. . Moorhsai. " Wll.- ILKINS,' " " MOaCS Uamitox, FACULTY. T. DUFF, r resident, (Author of Duff's Book keeping.) Professor of tho science and praotite of Book-koeping, and Lecturer upon the Ussgws of Commerce. A. T. HOWDEN, Superintendent. Professor of Book-keeping and Commercial Calculations. CHARLES DUFF, Assistant Professor of Book keeping and Penmanship. JOHN D. WILLIAMS, (the best Teuman hi the United States,)' Professor of Commercial and Ornamental Penmanship.' - ' N. B. HATCH, Esq., Professor of Commercial Law and Political Economy. P. IIAYDEN,' A. M., Principal of the Classical Department, iJroio3sor of Mathematics, &e F. L. APEL, Professor of French and Ger- man Languages. Nearly 3S0H students have been trained for Business in this Institution, the names of large numbers of whom are found among our most honored and successful" merchants, bankers and accountants, both East and West. THE BOOK-KEEPING DEPARTMENT '. exhibits a perfect counting house process in making day book entries, journalizing and posting, making out accounts, invoices, ac counts of sales, drawing and negotiating notes, drafts, bills of exchange, bills of lading, in importing, exporting, manufacturing, 'banking, exchange, commission, forwarding," rail road, mining, shipping, wholesale, retail, individual' and partnership business embracing the re sults of Mr. Dud"s eighteen years experience as an, Extensive inland and foreign merchant, perfected by iifleen years' subsequent experi ence in teaching, including also his improve ments in Book-keeping, sanctioned by the high est mercantile authorities as the most impor tant introduced iu modern tims. : PENMANSHIP f In this department the Principal is Having the highest.salary, and is confident ,he has se- curea tne services of the best Penman in the United States, and no institution in this part of the country has this department of educa tion conducted with equal abilitv. - . DAILY LECTURES On Law, Political Econ omy, .commercial ttincs, Correspondence, Us ages of Trade, &o. -The College Room is nearly twenty feet hi and thoroughly lighted and ventilated; ! The Ladle' department is entirely separate and is elegantly furnished. .. .. ' Students have access to a large library. The extensive business acquaintance of the Principal enables him to find lucrative employ mnt:fo.r many of his Students. : a,; - A reference; to any, of our city merchants or hankers is requested before engaging elsewhere Puff's Book-keeping, Harpers' edition- price $1,5 0; postage 21 cents. The mo3t perfect in tha language." '' . ,-.:-r.v .--. Duffs Steamboat BocJc-kecphig; , pripe SI' pestage 9 cents. . "A perfect system for such books, and accounts." Duff's Commercial Calculations; prico 60 o. jTStnd for a drxrular bjnail,' g4ip 3 .' -ugent staLincr th monfli ihv tl.u Mnn,,;..u Legal Advertisements. JOShVlTJS COX'S ESTAT12 The subscriber has been appointed by tha Probate Court of Monroe County. Ohio administrator with the will annexed of Josephus Cox, lato of said county, deceased, and has given bond and re ceived letters ;is such. JOHN B. NULL. Nov. 21, IS." 5. .Adm'r. A TTAC1IMENT. At iny instance a writ of Jtx. attaehiuent was on tho Sth day of October 1855, -issued by Samuel W. Noll, a Justice of the Peace in and for' Ohio township, Monroe count v, Ohio,araimt the coods. chattels, stock interest in stocks, ri-hls," credits, moneys and effects of Joshua liuVge. a non-rttsideut of said (State, for "the sum of ei;'ht dollars an.l soven cents, and costs of suit, and will be for bearing ou the 21th day cf November. 1S55, at 1 o'clock P. M. JOHN W. LITilANV October 21, 1E55. i TTACHMKNT. -At my instance an attach- .A. ment was, on the 1 L'lii day of October, 1 i issued by ilattia-w roott. a iuitice of tlia Peace 0f Eeihal townbhij., M.xiroe county Ohio,asraiust tho goods, chattels, rights, credits, moneys, and enocts of Zachary Barnes, an anscondiiig deot or. ' John W. Baniult. Oct 24, IS 53 p'd. John 7J. Hfiiiser s Estate .he 4tb iay of October, the. county, Ohio, declared the MM. 11 IT 1..: 'bl ia quiml t, estate of. 'ohn L. lieiiscr. neref; 1. to lin nroh. solvent. Creditors are therofoiu re- tate to tbe uu-.trsignc;l, lor allowance, w rji the date above monlioned, or they will not be entitled to pavment. JOHN ML'ilLIiMANN, Not. 7, 1855. A tiu'r gf said dtcsdent. Administrator's Notice. JAMES Si. CONLEY hereby gives notice, that on the 3Lst d.-y of Ov toior, 1S55, the Pro bate Court of Monroe couniy, Ohio, appointed him Administrator of Isaac Conley, deceasod, iu the place of William Coulev, resigned. Nov. 7, 1655. JAME.S S. CONLEY. A' TTACIIMI-NT At our instance v.n attach ment was, on tl.o 17th d.iv of October, izlj, issued by Jacob T. Morrill, a Justice of .T .V-...V. ..-- . . . ' A" iii0. low'asa,l ot aalem' ! , " .' , ' , livuua' 'u','' Us, money, lights, cre.liu and effects of Wil liam Crce, an nonresident of this county, for tue sum or eigkteta dollar and eijhtv-six cents. J. St A. SINCLAIR. Nov. 7, 1SS5. . Executor's Sale BY virtue of tbe last will and testament of William If. Hurkhead, deceased, I wil offer at private sale until the 15th day of March. lSStj, and if not sold, will be offered on said day at public outcry, on 'be premises, between tho hours ef 10 o'clock, a. sr., and o'clock, p. m. Lot No. 1 2, is tus tows of Bsallsvile. on which there ave two Dweu iso ' J" a u ... - t i. rftr'.'L li noi .e.-, o;ie wcupieu as a iavkum (tSi t tA , Staxd. Ako a good stable, and a SSVS 1$WL goo.i weu oi water. 10 u sola feg3fS3aa as the property of said deceased. Terms Jp'OoO cas-h in hand, the balance .in two equal pay ments, one-half iii G months, the other in 12 months, with interest. THOS. GRIFFITH, Nov. 14, '55. Ex. Wm. II. Bulkhead, dee'd. In Partition JOHN BROST and Louisa Brost his wife, Hen ry Ellegar, Theodore Ellegar, Caroline Elle gar, WEliam Eilegar, Emma Ellegar, Edward Ellegar, Nancy Ellegar and Jacob Switzer, will take notice, that , a Petition was filed against them on the first day of November,lS55,in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, in the State of Ohio, by Charle3 Gotthart and l-'rederica Gotthart his wife, and ia now pend ing, wherein the said Charles Gotthart and Frederica Gotthart demand partition of the following-described real estate, situate in said county, to wit: The north east quarter of the north east quarter, of section 32, in township 3 and range 3, containing forty-one acres, be the same more or less; and that at the next Term of said Court application will be made by the said Charles Gotthart and-Frederica Gott hart his wife, for an order that Partition may be made of said premises. . IlOIXISTBaJ OKET & IIoLLISTER, Nov. 7, 1S55. , Att'ys for Petitioner. Notice in Partition. MARY ANN CEONiN, and Michael her hus band, Phcbe Sullivan, Elizabeth Sullivan and John 'Sullivan, minors, will take notice that a petition was filed against them in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, by William Sullivan, on the loth-day, of Septem ber 1S55, and is now pending, wherein the said William Sullivau, demands partition of the fol lowing described real estate, to wit : The south east quarter of the south east quarter, of sec tion three, of township live, of range six, con taining forty acres of land, situated in Monroe County, Ohio; that at the next term of said Court, application will be made by the said petitioner for an order that partition be made of said premises. - JOHN SINCLAIR, ' ' Sept. 11, 1S55. Attorney for Petitioner. THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. ELEVENTH YEAR. SPLENDID ENGRAVINGS AND PRIZES. ' THE Elevent Annual Volume of this useful 'publication commences on the 17th day of September next. 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Notictn3, (Sec., ti William Lippincott, will hereafter' iontinuo the " 1 WnOLESALK' AND RETAIL Liquor bugiucss exclusively, and will sell at prices which cannot fail to please pnroh'asejs My stock of common liquors is complete, and cannot, be excelled- in quality. - I have a.lso on hand French, Cognac, Otard,. Faio, Blackberry, Ginger, Peach, Apple, New York, Wild Cherry, Tame Cherry, and Domestic Brandies; also Sweet Malaga, Native, Claret, Common Port, Crownhe.ad Port, Catawba, r.nd M.ideria Wines; Old Bourbon, Old Kye, Old Monongahe'.a, Irish and Ilectilied Whisky; also Holland (Sin. Do mestic (in, Riid New Krrgland Rum. Quart, pt. and half pint Flasks by the gross or half gross; which I will sell at the lowest price3. Persons wanting liquor for f.unily or medici- j ual purposes, can rely on getting a. pure article, 1 by culling at tbe corner of Main and Water Street, f'unfi.sh, Ohio. j Nov. 21, 1S55. WM. II. MALLOUY. . Fall and Winter Goods. TUS' T RECEIVED from the "Eastern oX;s O new stock of tock of " mm Mm p. Corsistiivg of every variety 'usually kept village store. Also Ready-Made Clothing Constantly on hand and for sale at rdacd prices. ' . i CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER j in the latest fa.sh.ious and be.-t styles, and rrr- ' ranted to be equal to any work done ia the west. Call and examine for vourselves. R. CHASE, Clakixotos, Nov. 1355-ly I a- fl ! 5 KJj s"i GEOKGE P. SMITH & CO., NO. 51, "WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, Havo now in store a full assortment of IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC BEY ' rOOBS WHICH WILL BE KEPT WELL ASSORTED During the Season. epl5:4a. ..Grrcat ; ISargaiiis!' 3LLIXG0FF AT COST. TLTE undersIgneiV desiriap; to close their business, offer their ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS at cost, for Cash or Produce. Every one desiring F 1 11 S T KATE BARGAINS mnst cull soon," as their goods will sell off rapidly at the prices at which they are j uow onered. - N. KOEIILER & CO. N.-B All persons knowing themselves in debted to tho above lina, cither by note or book account, will please call and settle imme diately, as tbe business must be closed up soon. , Woons field, Oct. 21, 1655. SEBASTOPOL IN liUINS! THE undersigned has just received the larg est and most fashionable supply of Fall and AYinicr Clothing, ever oiTered in Woodsfield; including every style and variety of Dress-Coats, Vests, Pants, Fine 'Shirts, Under-Shirfs, . Drawers, "Cravats. In ' short, every article usually kept by a FIRST KATE CLOTHING- STORE. He is also prepared to do good and fashion able work for his numerous customers, at rea sonable prices. CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES of superior style' and finish, for salo at low prices, and will be made up to order, or sold by the pattern. . . His Goods have been selected with the great est care, and will be soli at the very lowest prices. . .. Oct. 10, 1S55. .: '' . H. BURffBACHER." THE undersigned lias, opened an establish ment for the accommodation of the public, in CLAREN'GTQN, (SUXFISH,) in the house formerly occupied by. J. 1L. Smith for a cloth ing store, on Main Street, a general assort ment of- , BOOKS, KEBICINES, &c. &e.f i Among winch may be found the following: McGuffey'a 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, and 5th Readers, and ' Eclectic Spelling Book; Webster's Dic tionary's, Pinneo'a Grammar's, Mitchell's Geograph's and Atlas, Ray's Arithmetic's 1st, 2d, ami 3d part; Primmers, Writing, Wrap ping, Window-blind and. Wall Papers, Blank Memorandum wi.l P.iss Books, Eiive-loucs,-Ink, Inkstands, Penholders, Fens,- Slate and Lead Pencils. : .'. . . MEDICINES. Tui-pentine, Sweet and Castor Oils, McLane's Liver Pills and Vermifuge, Sellers' and Prey's Vermifuge, Godfrey's and Jacob's Cordials, Dr. E. McCoy's Vegetable anti-Billious Pills, and Cholera or Diarrhoea Syrup, an infallible rem-, dy; Dr. Thomas Skagg's Colera Diarrhoea and Dysentery remedies; Dr. John Bull's Sarsapa rilla and King of Pain; Dr. D. Jayne's Modir cines; Davis' Pain Killer; Skelton's" Balsam of life; Bitters, Hair Invigorator, Mexican Mustang Liniment, &c, kc. Finally, any article that may be needed, that Is hot on hand, I have an arrangement to be supplied with. Pleaso call and examine for yourselves. - .' Highest, price in cash paid for rags, or anowea in exchange lor coods. ; . Aug. 32, 1855. w JACOB T. MORRILL. TUB UNDERSIGNED 5s nqw rqceivinz at his NEW STORE ROOM," one door south of .J. F. Randolph's Hotel, in t lie building : formerly, owned by Dr. W.; T. Sinclair, direct front . & Philadelphia and Baltimore, A Large and Splendid Assortment of SPRING-AND SUMMER ;-:BMT;:OpS,;'.'; Or 3Ft 3 O E3-2.-X iE3 m , Hardware, Queensware,-Hoots, Shoes . HATS CAPS, -BONNETS, ?.' &-c. Which he will sell at liis usual LQW, PRICES, for cash and country produce. i ' J. M.: K1RKBRIDE. . : WflflOififild, April. .1S5.. ' j w,, , , s ma An 9 r IM P ate n t -M e d i c i n e s . AY'E-R.'S. FILES'.; TOR ALL TEE FTTSPOSES OF A - FAMILY; IIYSIC. - Thrrk hn long existed a public demand for an e.Tcciiic ur.iiiitivo pill which could be rolicd on at KB ana prrff.cily safotsrltsSspcration.-- This ho beeii pnp.ired to meet that demand, and an esten !T tri;r! uf ifs' virtups hns conclusively shown with ' wliat srUL-eesa it itccouipUiihca tbe 4Miiiwe designed. ' It i rty to mke a physical pi.ll, but not easy to make ti e host f all puis one which should liava i; .neuf tl-.e u!. Actions, but ail the advantage, of ewrr tior. 4,'his has becm nttcmritcd here, and -with wli.it Minxes we would ruspectl'tilly submit to i', iWiiK lie-ri-iu.!). it ba been unfortuuata for -Ji-.e p.-;tU!T-t Uiilutrto Hint almost every purgative1 ::bcin w-nerttnn;utt and iiritatins to the bow-, ;. "i'r.is U ai-t. Many of tlicm produce so much t -ir.i-. p-l.i nil re vuKiuii ia the svslem ns to mora t an t.iumci-bRlimue lh guod tube derived fluid I .cm. 'i l-.ysa riils jirtiihice 110 irritation or pain, 'Ki'r.H it j.riic f.ji'.'.i a previously existing obstruo t.on r .J.:rjni;j(.;Tieiit iii the bowels. Being purely mi h.-ir.ii can aric from their uiie 111 ny ei'iU'Vity ; !yit it is betti-r th.it any medicine should be t-ikm jniiiciuusl?. .Miiiuts direction for their le ti.e cTrnl dinrnKes to r!ch they are ap-i:m'-') i.i $(irii on the box. Ainoni the com' j'l.ili.t. w':iSi.h hsve ben: spppdiiy cured by them, we iuy lerat-iuirljver Complaint, ill its various form .)aun;!ii:e, Indigestion, LaiiKHor nd Loss of Ap--.eti., Iistirn.:iriw, Irritability, Bilious Headache, 'V.iv,u Kevvf, Fever and Asiie, Psin in the Side tiu i.cn; fur, iu Until, ail thee are but the cou w iiiUH-t of d:.i".eC action ia the livT. As an avcr'int, thT aiford pr'i;it and sure relif.f in Cos tlTeaess, i'i', C'o'iv. Dyseulery, Humor, Sf.rof u'a a. d Sru.-,-, Coids with soiesiess cf the body, Cl -Pi- aii't irnyurity of the blond ; in short, ny. r-u c-Ti-y cee wiivre a purwtive is required. . Tl:v hare also pi udiit ed come singularly sue cf5.f i! rurfi in Kheurr.atira, Gnut, Dropsy, Gravel, Krykipi-lae, Piiljjitaii-;n of the Heart, 1 airs hi the I'.tV-, ftf;raac'i, and Xid. They ilionld be freelv' . tVn in tha aerinjr of the year, to purify the blood. iid pn-pure t:ie syatem fer the change of season. , An r.---.-aiinal done stimulates the stcmach and howijls into healiny action, and rcsrorns the appe- . titc ai.J vigor, 'l'hey purify the blood, mid, by their stiipidanl action on the cireuHtory ysteitu reno vate the strength of the bodv, and rostere the wasted or dinenscd enevie.i of the w'.iole org;iai. Iieiif: an occ;isicnnl doie is advai: tapsous. evau thoi!h no s4-ricc:i deran-emeiit cxist; but uti r.ecfssnry dosing should neTer bs carried too fur, ati every puvaative medicine rCuc?s the strength, hen trtken to exceu. The thousand ciisei in which, a phyxie it rucjuired cannot be enuireruted here, het ' they ii(rNt themselves fc the reason ef eTerv body ; and it is contidri.tiy believed this pill will iKver a bettor purpose thi any thing which ha hitherto fcem available to manisind. When taeir virtue are cuce known, lae pubb'c will no longer d jubt -nliut remedy to employ when in need of a rafhnrtit raedietne. Being sugar-wrapped they are pleasaut to tr.Va, and beiiif; pyrely vegetable, no bnnu t an ri. from their use in any quantity. For miuute directioua see v.-rapper on the Buz. PSEP.VBKD BT ' JAMES 0. AYE tt, traclical ji1 Analytical Chemist, . . LOWELL, MASS. Fria SB Ccali per Sox. lift Soxci for CL AYEll'S CHERRY PECTORAL, Far the rajiiH Care of icr'-'jis, ohm. hoarseness, KXO.WniTIS,- WI!O0PI.G-rltH, , (KOrr, ASTHMA, ASD (oxsoiptios. : ; Tin remedy has. won for itself such notoriety from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease, that it ib entirely unnecessary to recount the evi dences of its virtues in any community where it hus ter n employed. So wide i the field of its use fulness, and so" numerous the cases of its cures, that almost every section of the country abounds iu person publicly known, who have been restored from alarming and even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use. ; When pnee tried its superiority over every other medicine of its kind is too appar ent to escape observation, and where its virtue are known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous, affec tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident to our climate. And not only in formidable at tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties of Colds, Coughs, Hoaxsehess, &e. ; and for Children it is the pleasantest and safest medicine that ran be obtained. , . As it has long been in constant us througnout this section, we need not do more than assure tha people its quality i kept up to the best that it aver has been' aud that the genuine article ia old by ' J. M. Kirkbricle, "Woodsfield; Armstrong Mooney & Co., BeallsviHe; Kotzebue & OWInger, Malaga; Charles Hare, Sum merficld; and by all dealers in Medi cines everywhere. BALLOU'S PICTORIAL lilAVTI?fC-ItOd.Ti COMPANIOJT.V ' ' ' (I.4TE GLKASOK's PICTORIAL.) . .-. ; " This paper presents; ia the'most elegant and available form, a weekly literary melange of notable events of the day.- Its columns are de voted to original tales; sketches and poems, by tho bust ajiekicas authors,' and the cream of the domestic and foreign news; ttfe whole-Well spiced with wit and hamor. 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J'ublishcd every Saturday, by ' m. :j. ;ballou, Corner of Tremont and Broomfiold sts., Boston. Blank Deeds and MortgatreR, for sale at this Office. ; , .' : .-, ;. Put e it t Med i ciire sr- - - ' : i : . . . !. . - ;-i ., llcmboli's Genuine Preparalion.' Urmhold?t Jlighty Concentrated t'ompoiind Fluid Extract Ruchy.' for disease of the'Dlddr and "Kulueyj,;Sa-,. 'crct Disease.!, Si'iiet i'I-w. "AVViShess.aiid all .- : diseases of the Sexual; prgaia, jvhvthef Msuo or remilo, lrem wJiateyor canse th,y may have originated, and iia mutter of how long standing. . ' - , IF you have contracted "the tyirnUa Uiaee which, when piico" seated iii 'the system, wll surely go down from one generatiaii to another, ' undermining tho constitution and sapping the . very vital fluids of life, do: n&t.tftiSt ywurielf in the hands of Quacks, w lio-'startwpwrervday in a city like this, and. fill the' pdpe'ts wi!igtar ing falsehoods, too well calcftlaf-ed.to'dccelve-the young, those not acquainted with thai rtricks You cannot be too careful In the sdoetivn of ' remedy in these cases. .. . - -. . - The Fluid Uxtract Buohu ha been prououBo-' ed by eminent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleas ant In its taste, and very mhocentiiv its action, and yet so thorough that it anihilates every particle of the rank and poisonous rira9 of tkiaT dreadful disease; arid,' unlike other "'mnedte does riot dry uj the disease in' tho hlood-- Conatitntional Debility, brought tin by eelf. abuse, a most terrible disease, which has brought thousands of tha human raceio unt imely graves, thus blasting the Tirilliant hopes of parents, and blighting in the hud the glorious ambitlom of many a noble youth; can be cured by thi Infallible Remedy. And as" a'jaredseirie'ir We V must benefit everybody, from' the simply doli cato to the confined and despairing invalid, .n equal ii to be found acting both aa a aure tad preventive. - . . ; " "' . ' " ' ;- - . ,-' ' f'- .y-j. ' -. HembolTs Highly Concentrated COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT ' ; ; S ARS A PAR ILL A." For Purifying the Blood, removing all ,dlue arising from excess of Mercury, exposure nd imprudence in life, chronic constitutional -disease, arising from an impure state of the ' blood, and the only reliable and effectual . known remedy for the cure of Scroftrla'Salt : Rheum, Scald Head, Ulceration Of the Throat and Legs, Fains and Swellings of ihe Bonet, ' .letter, l'miplos on the Face," and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. ' L THI3 article is now prescribed by some of tha most diutinguished physicians. in flie.copn try, and has proved more efficient" in p'ractie than any preparation of Sarsaparilla yet offer ed to the public. Several cases of secondary -Syphillis, Mercurial ; and' Scrofulous disease have entirely recovered in the incnrablo ward ' of Our Public Institutions which had for lnany years resisted every mode of treatment -that -could be devised. These cases furnish striking examples of tho salutary effects of this medi cine in arresting some of the most inveterate ' diseases, after the ghinds were dotroyeu anj the bones already affected! . , Notice Letters from responsible Physician and Professors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures from patients will be found accompanying both' Pi-eparations. , Pricbs Fluid Extract of Buchu, $1 per bot- tie, or 6 bottles for $5.; ' i .. . . ' ' Fluid, Extract of SarsaparilU, $l,per bottle, ' or 6 bottles for $5, equal in strength to one gallon of Syrnp of Sarsaparilla., -f-- ?rn-t .i'" . Prepared and aold by II. T., II ELM BOLD, Chemist, 263, Chesnut street, hear the Girard. House, Philadelphia .s-s . v : w; i To be had of - ALFRED D. DRIGG6, -' Woodsfield, Ohio, And of Druggists and, dealers -everywhere. All loiters- directed, to the j Proprietor or Agent receive immediate attention. -'. July 11. .1S55. . . . ' " Liver Complaint,. Dyspepsia, ; Jaundice, r Chronic or Nervous - ' Debility, Disease 6f t7iie Jidnet' and all Diseases arising from' f '''! A DISORDERED STOMACH OR LTrERt Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of' Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart-burn,' Disgtis t ' for Food, IHiU- -. ness or Weight in the Stomach; Sour Eructa- t ions, Sinking or Fluttering at the Fit of the Stomach, Swimming of the "'Head, .llarjied and Difficult Pjrcathing, Fluttering at-the -.Heart, Choking or. Suffocating Sensation, when in a lying posture, Dimness-of Vision, Dots or Webs before: the.'ight, ; Fever -and ? Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspi ration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes;-Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, &c.,Suddea " Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesli,:Con stant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depreaew ion of Spirits, s .-.-T" . - ' ...-.'-' rV CAN BE LTFECTtTAIXTCURED BY? Dr. Hoofland's , Celebrated German Bitterst -Prepared by Dr. C M. JACKSON", ildfhAeXslPhUapki ' Their power over.thei above disease i net ' excel'dj if isquRlled, by any other preparation in tne L uited States, as the; cures attest, in ma ny -cases after skillful physicians toad eTiHeU. a .Tlicse Uittera are worthy the attention if in valids; J Possessing great ; virtues in 4he recti fication of diseases of the- Liver and Uessev Glands, exercising the- most searching power in weakness and affections, -of the digestive or gans, they are withal safe, certain and pleasant. V. READ- AND BE CONVINCED U : -4 orb Ohio Testisiost t favor op Dr. Hoof la. mi's Celsiiratkd Gbrjiait BrrrKES, prepared by Dr. C- M.; JA CKS0N, Hiiladrflphia. ' Pren ' the mass of, testimony received,1 the proof is conclusive that this medicine has no equal for diseases of the Liver, Stomach, Ncrresj Kklaays, Ac. Read and bo convincedj .. . j E. B. Peskiss, Marietta Ohio, Fdw ia, 61t . . i , e Ynni- r li'inKW I.- L. 7 , j v. who have used tbom. Idi.aU r,. plaint, of long standing, which had resisted the skill of several i-hysicans," was entirely -cured by tho use of Five Bottles." - ' C. L. Da a kg,. Freedom, Portage Co., Ohio, April 2, 13 53, said, ..'The, Ucnnan;Bitter yoa sent mo last have not yet . coin to.handj. I havp been out of the article for some, time, to ' the great detriment of invalids, it is a medi cine much thought pt and sought after in thiav community." 's . . v ' , B. .' HcTcn!'so5, M, t).,' Bedford, Cuyahoga county, Ohio, Aug. 2(5, 1S52, said:' "The Bitter yon shipped me in May last' are all gone. I think it is a good medicine, and I am recom mending it to my patients and frieivla'ifwhicL I do for no otfter patent medicine.) " Yon will pleaso forward a large supply,!' . ' S. Fbzkco, Wooster, Ohio, Nov, 0, 'ii, "skid: " I have usod some three or four bottle of Hoof--land's Geiman Bitters, for Dyspepsia, and have . rloriyeil great benefit fron their nsltt. ;l believe them to bo good for all diseases for which. they are recommended.',. s-iv.i, ; w W. M. Ore, Wooster, Q. Oetob-r Sd, 1852 said: 'You ask my opinion of the German Bit-, ters. I have used them for Dyspepsia, or Indi-. gestion, and take pleasure i"n.8tatig that I; tliink they are tho very best remedy extant for the above complaints they are decidedly ad ranee of all the proprietary medicines fifths day . Mr. Orr U a distinguished ' lawj er cf? Wooster.- - ' ' -' .- - . - i . . These pitters are HNTiHEtt tajh.e. Tltey never prostrate the system, but inrigorcte it: ' . For salo by dealers ia wredicine everywHiers; Jno. M. Kirkbride, Woodsfield;- W. lh Mallo ry, Sunfish and .Tanestwrr; A. S. Marsilliot, New Castle T. C. Ponn, An thx-h; arid by dealer in medioine everywhoro. . - ' Nor.22, ISl-ly ' . v v -; C Blank Deeds and ' Jutioes Blanks iw sal e at this office. V.