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Lejal Notice."
AARON F. SNALLER, whose place of resU
, doiica is without the State of Ohio, will
take notice that on the 22d day of May, A. LX,
1856,Zachariah Stephen. . filed in the Court of
Common picas of Monroe county, in the State
of Ohio, his petition againstj said AaronF.
Snaller, which is noy pending in saidourt, in
which said petition the plaintiff alledgcS that
on the 5tb day of November, 1853,'the said de
fondant conveyed to iiuv hy deeds the follow-
ing tracts of land Bitaate in Wayne oounty.in
- the State of Illinois, to-wit: The. north east
quarter of the south west quarter of section
25. in township one, north, and. range 6, east.
Also, The west half of the north east quarter
of section 21, township one north, range east.'
Also, The north west quarter of the southeast
Quarter .of : same section. "' Also, South east
quarter of north east quarter of Bection 2$ in
township he north, grange-7 east, for the con
sideration ox six-hundred and ten , dollars;.
That Che title to the Baid land hod wholly fail
ed and that the' said defendant was indebted
to said plaintiffin .the sum of six hundred and
ten dollars, with interest on said sum from the
iaid 6th day. .of November, 1853, being . the
consideration paid for said land. That on tho
26th days of Jpne, 1856, said plaintiff sued out
of said" court a writ fef attachment, in the ac
. tion aforesaid, against said defendant demand
ing therein six hundred and ten -dollars with,
"interest from the otn or jNov. isod, wnicn said
'- 'writ has been returned served on and notice
'-Riven to Thomas B. McCorniick and Sarah A.
MeCormick garnishees, - The said defendant
will therefore take notice that unless he ap
.' -pear in said court on or before,-the 4th day of
October next and answerthe said petition, that
M the October term of said court, 1856, the
-'plaintiff will ask for a judgment against him
, by default for six hundred and ten dollars with
' "'interest from 'November 5, 1853, And that the
'amount due from said garnishees may1 bo ap-
plied on the same; ' ' - " -,:.- "' '"
i - ' ' ZACHARIAH STEPHEN, ! '
;!', ,j ,.' - t V-By HoLUSTBtt, OKBT & HoLLISTSB, '
i Aug.' 6, 1856.-6w. -"'. - his att'y.
.r ... SHERIFF'S SALE. .
-t,- Robert Wise 1 T) Y virtue of an order of
-:..'. . . vs'.j, ;'j !J3sale to me directed from
.... Ijohn Wise,, et aU the court bf Common Pleaa
of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at
-publio auction at the front door of the court
hou3e in the town of . Woodsfleld, in- said coun
ty, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and
4 o'clock p. m. on' .
- Saturday, tht Qth day of September, 1856,
the following described lands , and tenements,
4 witt? n ' - ' ; - .
' The north east quarter of the south east
tqcarter of section six, township six and range
' .even.ii.i-jr '.;-';'(';
. Appraised at fouf hundred and sixty-six
dollars..;.-' . -;:r .-.!.; -V-.i - : -. ' ; ; ..
Ordered .to. be bld;at the suit of Robert
; Wise, against John Wise and others. - - -' , .
- ; ( t ' ;l WILLIAM READ,
' r Ang'.5.'; S2 62 -.Sheriff of said county. ..
. v; -
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Jaargaret McKelyey.l T) Y rirtue of writ of
iW.I:'. fii fa- et lew. fd. to
James MoKeJyey' j me directed' from the
eourt of Common 'Pleas 'of Monro county,
Ohio, I will offer; for 'sale at publio outcry at
the front door of the court, house in the town
'of oodsfield in aaid county, between the
lours of "10 Vclock a, jn nai 4 o'clock p.
,m...on).,v- f; 7'T'i,-S
'jSaturday,.tLe fi t h day of September, 1856,
the following described , lands and tenements,
In flaid. popntyj to wit: 'r . '. .1- . - ti
V Tbeea6t jrt ol north east quaxter Of
ection thirty-three, -ownship three and range
four, containing se'en acres,- more or less, lying
and being m county of; Monroe and State
Appraisei'at three hundred and eleven dol-
Jty-six wnts - . ..
Taken
,' in execution and- levied on as the
of James MoKelvey.at the suit of
property
Afargaiy
,t McKelvey.
'- WILLIAM READ,;
Sheriff of said county.
5.-' $3 12
' SHERIFF'S SALE.
JamS MoKelvey, ". VTY virtue bf a writ of
" ' ya. ... ' Jl executioafor coats to
tarsaret McKelvev. 1 1 me 'directed' from the
court of Common Pleas of Monroe county ."Ohio,;
A Will UUct Ivk BttlC utunv uuvvi r.av uc i uuv
j . .vi- wJ.. 4JL. w. i
field la said eounty.
l.nann : ViAm f IH
-o'olock iu n, and 4 o'clock p. nv on
' Saturday, the Kttdag of September, 1856,;
th folIowiD.e described lands and tenements
tituate in said county of Monroe and State of
TOhio. io wit; ' 4 i .
The east pari ; of the 'north east quartet of
"Section thirty three township three and range
- Jfbur, containing seven" acVes, more or less, sub-
-lect'to a levy in favor of Margaret McKelvey.
Appraised at three hundred aud cleren dol
lars and alxtvsix cents.
"Taken in execution and levied on la the case
-f Jame9"Mc"xelvey vs. Margaret McKelvey.
. ,tc , J .' i ; WILLIAM READ, '
- Afti $2' 87- ; EherifTof said county.
" ' .-r-.'. SHERIFF'S SALE. -
George F. Dicks, guardian, "I T)Y virtue of an
tfxtl vs.vi m . ; , J order of aale
T ? George Huffman, e".', to me directed
I from the court' tf Common Pleaa of Monroe
- wunty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auo
. tion. ox the front door of the court house, in
tha town of .Woodsfield, iiv said ounty, he
i tween the ' hoars of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4
- o'clock p. m. on
Saturday, the 6th day of September, 856,
. the following described lands aud tenements,
h A Iw : ut 1 . : a ' : '', .
,VAI1 of 'tho ' north west quarter of Bection
:3 eight,' township three and range five, lying on
the west aide of Muskingum creek, containing
- twenty-five acres.' ; '
bii 'Also fifteen; acres lying in the north west
""corner of tfce south.' west quarter bf 'section
eighty township tliree and range five, beginning
: at th UBfc tue MosKinguBa-oM the east ana
t west line .between said north west quarter and
, ,tb.e south west quarter of said, section eight,
.j these west.' to-Jho: north. westorner of said
5.,op.th west quarter.of aaid section. eight,. thence
rjsouth to said creek thence running with aaid
i oreek ia a north east, direction to the place fof
,!.oeSiPuiBg. ' . - ?;i t . -:;1-- V'
ft9vVApf raised at five thousand dollars, 'ut 'JrTJ-
. vv; Ordered to-be, sold at the suit of Georg p,
. picks, against Oeorge Hoffman and othersv . '
! '. .. ; WILLIAM REA D, -
Aug. e. r $4 12 ' Sheriff of said coun ty.
' : SHERIFF'S SALE;-
,. s ' George' Sohwine V i"Y virtue of.a.wrlt of
. Administrator ;' of t:JiM restftntion to meldi-
- ' . ' Theodore Suppes," g reeted from the court of
-'.ry-ly ' ts. J Common l lent ( of Monroe
- " ,;The town of ClarM eounty, Ohio, I will offer for
. : ; ' jngtonvj-"'" T '! at public auction,; at
:- the front door of tfee conrt house .in tho'town
. - . ; ; : of WoodsfieliL in said; county,' ' between .the
''''' ' hours Of 10 ji'Bloek' nhwaiid ,4 o'clock1
' t. - the following described lands'and "tenement in
'i-f.-ir. ' .- ' ,"said '4cdunty5pf Monroe ad 8tat gtjb3pio
Lot ;numb'er. Cfty-nfne,n tha town ofChu
'. '1; 7 ingtpn. . ' , ''.-..:''; v-'i-...-'" .'.."'C'. -
. , t . . Appraised at one nanorett ana orty. aoiiarB.
.. .-'"'. r ''Taken in execntion . and levied, ou iw;the
- , v property of the towjtf of Clarigtonatthuit
" - . V,; .Of UeorgO OCUWingianinwirqj.orwi iw eiM)
- : ".' of TliAodore-Ctfpvcfe'-.x - "iT,'tVv:" ". ?
. :;,:,:,'.' iUiAM RBAD,
. lit OWVy-WKI v
$3'i"4'v-'
Legal Advertisements.
Notice. . ,
NANCY PLiNN, of the county of. Fauquier,
in the Stato f Virginia, is hereby notified
that Jamos Flinn did on the 21st day ef Au
gust, 1856, file his petition in the office of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Mon
roe, county, Ohio, charging the said Nancy
Flinn, his wife, with Wilful Absence from him
for more than three years pas, and asking that
he may be divorced from her, Lie said Nancy
Flinn. ,' Petition will stand for hearing at the
October Term of the Court of Comwnon Pleas
for said county of Moaroe.
The defendant, Nancy Flinn, will take uotiee
that depositions will be taken in this case by
the plaintiff on the 19th and 20th days of Sep
tember, 1856, at the court-house in the county
of Preston, in the State of Virginia, between
the hours of 6 clock a. m. and b o clock p. m
of said days, before competent authority. ,
Dated this 21st day of August, 1856.
, -. , JAMES FLINN,
Aug. 27.' . By Wiek & Hollasd, his atty's.
1 MONROE COMMON PLEAS
Vacation after ins Jcsb Tkku, A. D. 1856,
4 :i In Partition. . :
hv Jacob Truex aud Rebecca Truex, his wife,
. '. :- ' '. vs. . r
rpiIK heirs of Mary Sinclair, deceased, to wit:
X 1st. Ruth Williams, of Monroe -county
Ohio. ' 2U ..The heirs John Truex, deceased
to wft : Obediah . Truexy whose plaee of resi
dence is unknown; Absolem Clark, whose place
of residence is unknown; the heirs of Jemima
Clark, whose places of residence and whose
names are unknown; Jesse Truex, whose place
of residence is unknown Bathina, a. daughter
of said John Truex and her husband, their
names and places of residence being unknown
3rd. -The heirs of Benjamin Truex, deceased,
to wit: Abigail Mello.tt, and Jacob Mellott her
husband,. Sarah Moore and Solomon Moore her
husband, of the State of Indiana, Susan Truex
and John Truex, her husband, Rebecca- Truex
and Richard Truex, her husband, of the State
of Indiana, Ruth Acres and Eli Acres, her hus
band, Martin - Eckilberry and Catharine Eckil
berry, his wife, of the State of Indiana, Abra
ham Truex, of the State of Missouri, Benjamin
Truex of the State of Illinois, Joseph Truex,
whose place of residence is unknown, Obediah
Truex, of the State of Indiana, and Henry
Truex, whose place of residenoe is unknown
4th. . The heirs of Charity . Strait and Jacob
Strait, her husband, both deceased, ' whose
names and places of. residence are unknown.
5th. The heirs of Sarah Strait and Peter Strait
her husband, both deceased, whose names and
places of residence are unknown. - 6th. The
heirs of Bathina Pittman and Obediah Pittman
her husband, - both of whom are deceased, to
wit : Jacob Pittman; Eliaa Pittman, of the
State of Missouri. William Pittman, Benjamin
Pittman ol the State of Missouri, Samuel Hen
dershot, the heirs of Samuel Hendershot and
Ruth his wife, to wit:: Obediah Hendershot,
Benjamin Hendershot, Jonathan Hendershot,
Hannah Hendershot, Harvey llend-ershot, Aaron
Uendershot, and Mary Hendershot, all of Mon
roe county, Ohio, and the heirs of Sarah Palmer
and John Palmer, both of whom are now de
ceased, to wit : Jacob Palmer, Ruth Palmer and
Lydia rpimer, all of said county ef Monroe.
7th. The heirfl : Jacob Truex, deceased, to
wit: The late widow of said Jacob and her bus
band, their namet and places of residence be
ing unknown; Nicholas Truex, pf the State of
Pennsylvania, the late widow of feiohard Truex
and her husband, their names and -places of
residence being unknown; the heirs of Samuel
Truex, deceased, to wit: Hannah Truex, of the
State of Pennsylvania, and Prudence, the wid
ow of said Samuel, of the same State, S til well
Truex, of the State of Indiana, the widow and
heirs of Jacob Truex, Jr., deceased, whose
names and places of residenoe are unknown:
Elisabeth Clevinger and Oeorge Cleviuger, her
husband, of the State of Pennsylvania, Bathina
Palmer and Elijah Palmer, her husband, of the
State of Pennsylvania, Asa Truex. of the same
State; John Truex, Nathan Truex, Rachel Kel
lon and John Kellon, her . husband, Thomas
Truex, David Truex, and Sally Mellott and Ja
cob Mellott, her husband, all of said State of
Pennsylvania, and also a daughter of said Ja
cob Truex, sen., deceased; and her husband, of
Said State of Pennsylvania, their names boing
unknown. And Sth.' .The heirs of Eichard
Truex, deceased, to wit : Tabitha Workman aud
Isaac Workman, Tier hu3band, whose place oi
residence is unknown; Chanty Seals and Joseph
- 'v T - T 1 a III.tA!
i , . i 1 .1 1
Ruth Franois and Jacob Francis, her liusband,
Elisv
WHOSO UiaCW VI ITIIUCIIWIS u.iviv..i
beth Nellin and James Nellins, her husband,
whose nlace of residence is unknown; Mary
Mellott and Samuel Mellott, her husband, whose
nlace of residence is unknown; and Nathaniel
Truex, whose place of residence ia'unknowu;
and also Jacob Truex and .Rebecca Truex,
his wife; of said county of Monroe, your peti
tioners. - '- -' ' S-'.' '
The said defendants are hereby notified, that
on the 9th day of Augu3t, A. D. lfc?t, tnc
said petitioners Jacob Truex and Rebecca Truex
filed in the! Court or vommon ricas or saiu
county , of Monroe, and Stat ot Ohio, a peti
tion demanding tnat partition do maae oi ine.
following land and tenements, of .winch Baid
Marv Sinclair died Beized, lying, and being in
said' county of Monroe, to wit: , The north
east quarteT of section 17, township 6, of range
5. containing 11 5 acres, more or less, being tne
whole of said quarter except about 17 acres iii
the north east comer of said quarter, Belong
ing to Elliot, and IS acres, more or less, lying
immediately south: of said 17 acre tract,' and
about ten acres, lying in the north west corner
of said quarter, belonging to Daniel Patterson;
said exceptions amounting, to about id acres
Your petitioners claim one aeventh part of one
eighth part of said premises as heirs of Afayy
j ? y
1 1 . At the term of said court commencing on the
third. Tuesday in October next, the petitioners
will ask that nartition. &o.. be made of said
premises according to law.' ; ..
r v: ' By .tuNCUtlK tiAiutuL,
v'Vi .z'-iUx1 "' . 'Atfys for Petitioners.'
Attct: Jasks Mitchell, Clerk of said Court
August 13, 1S56 Cw.
: v V--7 -r Legal Notice, r
EliaabetU Rowlos, ) TICH0LA3 R0WLES,the
:; vs. ?. .- ,. J- defendant, now resitl-
TCk-Ytol.-ist TJnwlns. 1 in? in carta unknown to
I tfcA niaintifl. will take notice- that Elizabeth
j Rwles, of the County of Monroe, in the State
of Ohio, did on the 6th day of August, A; D
1656. file her petition in the Court of Common
Pleas within and for the county of Monroe, ih
said State Of Ohio,"' against the. said "Nicholas
Row4es, defendant;' setting forth that the said
Nicholas: Iowles gave a Mortgage to the said
plainttu on ue souuiwesi quarter oi inenorvn
east quarter: of section. No. 23, of township
No. 2, or range No. 5; containing 3S acres and
58 hundredths Of an acre, in tho District ef
lands subject tp sale at Marietta, "Ohio. Also,
a lot of land being the south . west -quarter of
the south west quartet: of Section -JSo.-28, of
township 2, . of range. 5,- containing 3) acres
tend 91 hundredths of an aore. . ' And alo, an
other lot of land, being, a part, of "the1 north
west quarter of the south east' quarter of sue.
tion, 23, of township 2, of range 5, it being on
the west side of said lot, the east line running
with the middle of the 'big-lick run, containing
ten acres, more or less. ' Said jonda, first and
tuiriiameds tracts being in said county pf
Monroe, ajid said second ' named traet in t
eounty. of Washington Ohio, to secure the
- ji
:..
pay men t of .seven, hundred, and. ftv dollarjsv
according. to w certain note rererreajo lntiij
MortgSeA praying that said defendant may
payaaid, aunV-iof ;$750iUi '.; interest.' thereon
from -tho 22d 4yi of- peoeroher,'18l5, or thhf
laid premises may be sold to 'par 'the Wte;
and the said Nicholas. Rowles is notified that
he ia jreanired to appear and' answer said, petl
titiou,'0 or before the third Saturday after thu
: H ;y- f 'tiOB SINCLAIR 'J
Business Cards.
D. H. WIRB. HORACE HOLLAWD.
r c & II oi l and .
. ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office in the Holland House, Tfoedsfleld,
Monroe County, Ohio. ;
EDWARD ABCHBOLD.
W. p. KiCBAanson.
Arctibold .& Richardson, -
Attorneys at Law, '
" . Woodtfield, Monroe Co., Ohio.
JOBS? 8. WAY,
Attorney at Law,
' Woodifield, Monroe Co., Ohio.
t3" Office two doors south of Probate Office.
JOEL F. RANDOLPH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Woodsfleld, Monroe Co., Ohio.
J0HX7 SINCLAIR,
Attorney at L aw ,
H'OODSFIELI, MONROE CO., OHIO
figf Will practice in Monroe and adjoining
Counties. ' Office up stairs orer Sinclair k Ba
ker's grocery.
!T. HOLLISTKB.
WX. OKBT.
B. HOLLISTBB.
HoUistcr, Okcy & Hollister, .
Attorneys at Law,
' '"IVoodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio.
Dr.. J. .G. McCollougli,
7H)KMKRL.Y of MALAUA, has re
JJ moved te BEALLSVILLE, and
go
entered into co-partnership with Dr.
T. H. ARMSTRONG.
g3r Office up stairs over Wollen-
weber's store room.
May 23, ISaCSm.
, DR, T. C. KIGER,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Residence & Office at "W.C. Anshuta's,
Clarington, Monroe Co., O,
Dr.; J. II. Pierson
( FFKRS his professional services to
J the citizens of 'Woodsfikld and
vicinity. He has removed his oAce
to thf room formerly occupied by Dr.
J. Smith.
may 16 '55.
. Dr. W. H. Dowell,
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND,
DENTAL SURGEON, -Anlioch,
Monroe Co., Ohio.
HAVING returned to Woodspwd, of
fers his professional services to
the citizens of the town and vicinity.
CS"Offiice in the room formerly oc
cupied by Dr. W. T. Sinclair. fbl2'5l.
Dr. R. M. Andrews,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
ifKesidence in Adams township,
on his farm adjoining Wm. Alexander.
June 27,1855. ... .. -
Closing out Sales for the Season.
& Thomas
AT THE BEE HIVE STORE,
lieeling, Va.,
HAVE A FEW . $1000 WORTH OS
- Summer Dry Goods, .
Sach as SUMMER DRESS SILKS and
. Salins, Tissues Bareges, CLally ;
Pe ' Laincs, Argentines fo. new : 5
' Particle of rich dress Goods, -; '
. - r as rich as SUks,) . ; .
ROBES, GINGHAMS, PRINTS, &c.j
- White Crape and Stella Shawls, ,
Mantillas, Talmas very rich ;
. r ; . best'. Stock in 'Wheeling J
- :- i this season. - ...
BONNETS and RIBBONS, etc., etc.,
which we hare determined to sell at a great
sacrifice to make room for FALL TRADE.
RE AT 15AKGAINS GIVEN!
UTJ
LOOS OUT I Many articles at less than
half their cost remnants at almost any price.
..,;:.:..: , STONE & THOMAS.
August 50, 1S56-6w. ; ... '
B R I DGM AN & W ARD.
CST opened in the town of MALAGA a large
I . and attractive Stock of V '
Summer Croods.
All who wish to purchase new and elegant
8tylea : i . .;:,-. --:' J.-.'
AT VERY LOW FRIGES
can be suited. Their Stock censists in part of
STAPLE DRY GOODS, V; li
groceries; v:v
QUEEN SW ARE, i , i W
... : : . HARDWARE, J -
t- : BOOTS AND SHOES,
in short everytmng "usually louna m a weu
filled. Store.
CASH 0R1 PRODUCE
taken' for OOODS, on terms very favorable to
the customer. ' ' ' ' . . "" '.
Oito ns a catl and see pur GOODS; yon. can
not fail to be pleased.' "" '.";.".
BRIDGMAN &. WARD,;
Mai.iaA, O., Jnly 16,1856. -6m.
, , .' K SHERIFF'S SALE.
T.' iff-Moore '"rtY,'.yfrtueof '& writ of vendi--i-T'r
vb.'. f-D tioni exponas to me direct
William. Bell I ed roin the . court of Common
Pleas of Monroe ounty, Ohio, I will offer for
sale at public auction, at the front door of the
court house in AVoodsHetd, between the hours
of 10 o'clock a. m., and. 4 o'clock p. m.on
Satyr day, the 6th dag of September, 1856,
The following, described lands and tenements
sifujU'4 in said ounty. of Monroe and State of
Ohio, to wit: , : . , ; -, . ; . .. 1 i
vjl'lie north ' east quarter of the south west
quarter of section: thirty-four, township num
ber pj and range number four, in said Mon
roe county. -;-r.;. .,i.f::i '. :
C ;Appraisod at four hundred dollars. ; . j i
: Taken In exei-ution and - levied on. as the
property of William Bell at the suit of T. L.
Moore. '.; v; ; . .r..- ' ..- ' '. : ; ',; j
- . - t . tTTTT a tt m A W . I
Aug.
u. $2, .75. ' . Sheriff of said county.
: . ; ; Road IJotlct, ) . n
VTpTICK is hereby gjven jhat s petition will
JLl .be presented to the Commissioners of
Mpni-pe County, Ohior at their next, session,
prayingfor the. vaoation. of so. much of the
Slato rojid leading from , Woodsfleld to Antioch,
as is supplied .hy, the- County iroad: leading
from. Woodsfleld through Antioch to the Ohio
iwver, inrougu me janas. ot AUrwl Davidson,
commencing at tho north west corner of eaid
Davidson's lnds, and Uienue' a couth easterly
course nntil.it intersects the County road ; '
August's, l$5. . - ' ' ' .': ,. r
!&mSo
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quired. Marketable produce will be taken in
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No paper will be discontinued, except at the
option of the publisher, until all arrears are
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KajrAll legal advertisements will be charged
by the square. . j .
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1. Subscribers who do not give express no
tice to the contrary, are considered as wishing
to oontinue tlieir subscription;
6. If subscribers order the discontinuance of
their newspapers, the publisher may continue
to send them until all arrearages are paid.
A. if subscribers neglect or refuse to take
their papors from the offices to which they are
directed, they are held responsible till they
have settled the bill, and ordered them discon
tinued.
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without informing the publishers, and the pa
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WECOliEQ AT 171
l i I I 1 I H I N ( -r S I I I K IH
vj-. ... j. j., k a. i
iVb. 35, Cor. of Monroe $ Water Sts.
TlfTTHTiT ti -rr .
IT XllliXiLilii lx. V Ait
now manufacturing his stock of FALL
AND WINTER CLOTHING consistintr of
every variety of '
Over- Coats, Dress and Business Coats
of all styles . and variety; Axso, ' Pantaloons,
Vests and every other article adapted to Men &
Boys Wear, to which he particularly invites the
attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS on visi
ting the City .'.;
July 2, 1856. flni
AYER'S
CHERRY
PECTORAL,
. . FOR TIIE RAPID CURB OF
Colds, Coughs, and
t Hoarseness. :
Br.no.i, Mass., 20th Dec., 1855.
Dr. J.C. Ates: I tk not hesitate tour
tho best remedy I have ever found for
Coughs. Hoarse Qos, Influenza, and the
concomitant symptoms of a Cold, is your
Chkrrt 1'EcronAii. Its constant nse.ln
my practice ami ml tamilv for the hut
ten yews luu hova it to possess stipe-
rior virtues for trentnient of these
complaints. T. BEN KN1UHT, M.D.
A. B. MiJrxy,Y, Ks-1, of Utica, N. Y., vrrltes: "I hsve
used youc Vecto&al myself and la my family ever since
you invented it, and taitove it the host medicine for its
purpose ever put out. With a bail cold I should sooner
pay twenty-five dollars for a bottle than do without it, or
tae any other renieily."
' Crouo. Whoopin Couch, Influenza.
SpRixerisut, Miss-, Feb. 7, 1856.
Urothek Arra: I will cheerfully certify your Pectoral
Is the best remody we possess for tho euro of Whonping
Gowrh. Croup, and the chest diseases of children. We of
your fraternity in tlie South appreciate your skill, and
commend your medicine to our people.
. U1BA11. XKfKUiM, AX. 1.
AMOS LEE. Khq Mottemt, Ia-writes, Sd Jan., 1856:
I had a tedious Influenza, which confined me in doors
sis weeks; took many medicines without relief; finally
tried your Pectoral by the advice of our clergyman.
The first dose relieved the soreness in my throat and
lungs; less thsn one half the bottlo made me completely
well.' Your modiciues are the cheapest as well as the best
we can buy, and we esteem jon, Doctor, aud your reme
dies, as the poor man's friend."
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis. :
WF8T MAXCHX8UB, Feb. 4, I860.
8m: Your Ciramr, Pkctoral is performing marvellous
cures In this section. It has relieved several from alarm
ing symptoms of consumption, and is now cueing a man
who has labored under an affection of the lungs for the
last forty years. - HKNEY L. PARKS, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M.DM Almox, Moxkoi Co., Iowa,
writes. Slept. 6, 1855; During my practice of many years
I hare found nothing equal to your Cuerrt Pectoral for
giving ease and relief to consumptive patients, or curing
sucn as are curnnie." .
' We might add volnmes of evidence, but the mast con-.
vincing proof of the virtues of this remedy Is found in Its
''effects npon trial. . : (
Consnmption.
. Probably no one remedy has ever been known which
cured so many and such dangerous cases as this. Bom
no human aid can roach ; bnt even to those the CmaaT -PeCTORAL
affords relief and comfort. .
- Astor Hons. Nw Yoit Crrr, March 6, 1856
Docroa Arr.a, Lowsi.i: I feel it a duty and a pleasure
to inform yon what your Chbbbt Pectoral has done for
my wife. She had been five months laboring under the
dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid
we could procure gave her mnch relief. She was steadily
railing, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come
for advice, recommended a trial of your medicine. We
bless his kindness, as we do your skill, for she has recov
ered from that day. - Che is not yet as strong as sho nsed -to
be, bnt is free from her cough, and ealls herself well, y
- Yours with gratitude and regard,
ORLANDO SIIKLBY, o BarurrviLLI. .
Onuumptim, do not despair till you have tried Ana's
Cbehkt Pkctoral. It is made by one of the best medical
chemists in the world, aud its cures all around us bespeak
the high merits of its virtues. Iltdadtlpfiia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartia Pills.
TUB sciences of Cbemia'.ry and Medicine have been
taxed their utmost to produce this beet, most perfect ,
purgative which is known to man. Innumerable proofs '
are shown that those Pills have virtues which snrpHsa in :
excellence the ordinary medicines, aud that they win on- :
precedentedly npon the esteem of all men. . They are safe
and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their pene
trating properties stimulate the vital activities of the body,
remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the blood,
and expel disease.- They purge ont the foul humors which ;
breed and grow dfstemper, stimulate sluggish or disor
dered orgaoa. into their natural action, and impart healthy
' tone with strength to the whole system,. .Not only do
they cure the e very-day complaints of every body, bnt
- also formidable and dangerous diseases that have baffled
the best of human skill. While they produce powerful
streets, they are at the same time, in diminished doses, the
safest and best physio that can be employed for childn n.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being
purely vegetable, are fire from any risk of harm. Cures
have been made which surpass belief were they not sub
stantiated by men of such exalted position and character
'as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen and pliysiciaas have lent their names to certl
,Ty to the public the reliability of my remedies, while oth
ers have sent me the assurance of their conviction thai
-my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my
'afflicted, AriTkring fellow-men. " : ' ' '."
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis my
' American Almanac, containing direcOons for thoir nse and
certificates of their cures, or the following, complaints:
Costivenoas. Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
, Heartburn, llradache arising from a four Stomach, Nau
sea, Indigestion, .Morbid Inaction of the. Bowels and Pain
- arising therefrom, flatulency, Lous of Appetite, all Ulcer
ous and Cutaneous Diseases which, require an evacnant
Medicine; Scrofula or King's Evil. - They also, by pnnfy-
lag the blood and stimulating the system, enre many
complaints which it would not be supposed thoy conW
, reach, snch mi Deefneiw, Partial BUndneas, Neuralgia and
..Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the Liver andnid
. neva. Uout, and other kindred complaints arising from a
.low state of the body or obstruction of its functions. ,
- Do -nor be pu elf by nprtoripled dealers with some,
other pill they Make more profit on. Ask for Ate'
Pjiab, and take .nothing else. , Ko other they can give
yon compares with Uds In 'its Intrimdc value or curative
powers. The sick want the best aid there is to them,
and thsy' should have ft.' ' "i". V .V "C : '-';
c'r Prepared by Dr. 'JT. C, AVER, j ;
Practical and Analy tioal Chtmitt, Low-eU, H :
Pwc 25 Cra. k Box. ' Fiva Boxja ro . ;
SOliD BY
1
J'-M. KirlctirideKWoodsfield; Armstrong
' Mooney & Co., Beallsville; Kotzebne &
: Obliniref. Malaga: Charles Hare, Sum-
n merfield
W; and by aU dealers fa Medi
, ones
Antcust 20. 1896,
THOS
HU&HES
T8
1
M i see 11 an op us; f?
MONROE HOUSE;
WOODSFIELD, OHIO. '..:
THOS. K. DAVIS, Proprietor.
rpiIB proprietor of the above named well
known anil poiular house, begs leave to
remind the public that it still merits and main
tains its old reputation. He has recently made
extensive and costly improvements, and is bet
ter prepared now than ever heretofore to ad
minister to the comfort of his patrons. He
promises that no Hotel in the town shall give
better accommodations for the same money.
THOMAS K. DAVIS. ,
N. B. Kspecialcaie taken of horses.
March 26, 1856.
onroe
utual
COMPANY,
FIRE INSURANCE
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.'
This company, being organized under a favor
able charter obtained from the Legislature, is
now in a prosperous condition, and ready to
Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables,
Store Houses, Shops, &c., 4c, against loss by
nre.
. - DIRECTORS.
NATHAN HOLL1STER, ISAAC SMITH,'
JNO. M. KIRKBBIDE,
LEWIS SHIPLET, ' :
W. A. TALBOT,
J. B. OBLIHGER,
WM. LITTEN,
C. DlEHL, ........
J. W. ARMSTRONG,
J. RO WNIJS, .
JOHN KERR, -WILLIAM
STEEL, j
DAVENPORT, Pres't.
JOHN A.
N. Hollistbr, Treas.
J. B. NOLL, Secretary and General Agent.
- Oct. 24, 1855.
JEW GOODS:
npHE undersigned is now receiving a fresh
jl supply of DRY G
pplyof DRY GOODS, direct from the
East, suited to the season, which he offers for
1 1 . . T 1. . r 1 l 1 . .
sale at prices wuicn ciiimui au iu mease
purchasers. Call and examine for. yourselves.'
' T T) All persons indebted, to the sub-'
L , Sj scriber by note or . book account
' -
will please call and settle their respective ftc
counts as I need money at this time; on all ac
counts standing over six months, interest will
ha iatyi.-1. R. C.
" ...
Clabisotos, Dec. 28, 1855. ' r 1 - '
Marble Cuttia,
T
the bnsi4
neas of MARBLE CUTTING in its variona
branches in Moundaville, Marshall Co., Va.
Those vriahing Marble Tomb Stones, can be fur
nished with them in ' '"" '"!
ANY STYLE OF WORKMANSHIP
br leavinir their orders with John Sinclair or
Wm. P. Richardson, Esqrs., Woodsfleld; or
with James Collins, Sunfish, Ohio.
Deo. 26, 1855. P. CAWLFIELD.
. '- S..J. EVANS, . ; ' ;':
WORKER m MARBLE,
RAWVPSTTIT T 1? TlTfT VtfMMT CCt O "
.,k.. ,
Is just in receipt of a large lot of fine, white
Marble, which he designs to sell low. He is
prepared to ' make Monuments, Tombs, Head
Stones and slabs for furniture, in the most
workman-like manner, and of the best material.
in as good a Style and on as reasonable terms
as any other establishment in the West.
Please give him a call. jan. 30. "
.WAIST.
500
PORDS OF TAN" BARK.
A T the SUNFISH TAIJNERY, for which the
I t highest Cash price will be paid,
Wo keeD constantly on hand all kinds ot
LEATHER usually kept at a Tannery; also all
kinds of TOOLS and FINDINGS for SHOEMA
KERS, which will be sold as low as they can
be had at any' establishment in the oonnty.
v. Lviiazaimix co.
ScsfiSh, "April 23, 1856. ' -
L00KJ.1ERE.
rpHE undersigned having sold out his stock of
J. Confections, urocenes, Hardware, yueens-
ware, Notions, sc., to W uliam Lippincott, will
hereafter continue the ,
WHOLESALE "AND RETAIL
Liouor business exclusively, and will sell at
price3 which cannot fail to please purchasers
My stock of common liquors is complete, and
cannot be excelled in quality. I have also on
hand French, Cognac, Otard, Pale, Blackberry,
Ginger, Peach, Apple, New York, Wild Cherry,
Tame Cherry, and Domestic Brandies; Also
Sweet Malaga, Native, Claret, Common Port,
Crownhead Port, Catawba, and Maderia Wines;
Old Bourbon, Old Rye, Old- Monongahela, Irish
and Rectified Whisky; also Holland Gin, Do
mestio Gin, and New England Rum. Quart, pt.
and half pint Flasks by the gross or half gross;
which I will sell at the lowest prices
Persons wanting liquor for family or mediei-
i nal purposes, can rely on getting a pure article,
by callinc at the corner of Main and Water
Street, Sunfish, Ohio. .
Nov. 21, 1855. ! WM. H. MALLORY.
Clarington Lodge. No. 263,
Of F. & A. Masons, meets the Monday on
preceding tho full moon in each month.
J. D.' U CUKfliOK, W. M.
Wm. P. Booth, S. W.
Robt. Chase, J. W.
Peteb Wadb, J. D.
Jac. W. Howbxi., S. D
Wm. T. Hcbd, Sec'ry.
James Colliks, Tyler.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
ivTATTja avrt RTTTrKTSTT nwTO
Eastbrs Hail Leaves Wheeling (by Steam
boat Stephen Bayard,) at 10 o'clock A. Al
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ; orrpe at
Sunfish same days at 1 o'clock P. M. Returns
ing leaves Farkersburgh 6 o clock A. M., Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives at Sun
fish from 4 to 6 o'clock P. M., same days. ..... -j
Woodsfikld Mail - Departs Mondays and
Thursdays at 6 PNM., and arrives Tuesdays
and FridayB by 9 A. M. . , , .. ,
Hail Arrangements.
A RRTYAL AND DEPARTURE of the Mails at
r and from Woodsfimj) : r f ' I
Baesesvillb Arrives every day (except Sua-
day) at 12 o'clock M. - Departs every day (ex
cept Sunday) at 1 o'clock P. M- :
Babkbsvimjs (via Calais ) Arrives. - every
Wednesday and Saturday at 1 9 o'clock M,f De
parts every Wednesday and baturday at l v. m.
Mabibtta (Western route; Arrives- every
Tuesday and Thursday at 7 P. M. Departs ev
ery Monday and Wednesday at o A. M. : . , r j
Mabietta (Southern route) Arrives every
Satnrdav at 7 P. M.' - Departs every Friday at
5 A. M. : . ;. i : V: .-u . ':... . . rr;; .', . v-l .
Sdnfibh (Claringtonr-Arrives every Monday
and Thursday at 12 M. .v Departs same days at
1P.M.- : . ..-...,.,,.; .. .. ; t' .t.M 1
Stv Clairsvilib -Arrives every Monday and
Friday at 7 P. ,M. r Departs every Tuesday and
Saturday at 6. A, M. ..-,. 1- .- i '-r S i
fMvMOTHY SEED. Ky, ; iue: urass .Beedg
JLi Eewp Seed,: Gardeu f-eeda, &c, &e., lor
Sale at -.f . - A',;KIllKBRlDE'8.r
- Bjank Deeds and Justices
-Miscellaneous.
st.eed:shotel;
1 ; WOODSFIELD, OHIO. '
- : u "' ... . ;. ....... y V:
LUf;liEAI), , Proprietor;
THE above named Hotel, having undergone
a thorough repairing, is now in a first rate
condition to accommodate boarders and travel
lers. The table, sleeping apartments, &c, shall
be such as to render this Hotel second to none
in the place. Every attention will be paid to
those who favor him with their custom, to make
their . stay ' pleasant - and agreeable. Charges
reasonable as. any. other Hotel in town. 1 , ;
WILLIAM READ,
Woodsfikid; March l&j 186($.-" : ; '
cTIIOJIAS UUGIIES,
Fashionable Merchant Tailor
ing and Gehtlemaiis Furnish-
I?..' '.'n.'l! 'l ft . t '.VT
ing HiStaDiisnment,
No. 35, Cor. Main Water Sts. j
WHEELING, VA.,
Garments of every discription made to or
der in the latest & most fashionable styles and
warranted to ht ox, no sale.
July 2, 1856. . . , 6m
LOOK HERE.
YOU THAT WANT CHEAP GOODS!
CALL AND GET THEM AT COST!
I intend closing out my entire stock of goods,
those wanting anything in our line, will
find it to their advantage to
CALL JIN D SEE FOR THEMSELVES,
and avail themselves of the opportunity of
buying at COST, as we are determined to sell
out. JOi.H R. CHASE.
IV. Yl -.All persons indebted to the sub
scriber, are called, on to , come iorward and
PAY OFF tb-eirrespective) accounts, without
delay;. : those neglecting so to do, may expect
their accounts left in the hands of; proper offi
cers for collection. ,4',, : ') ..,,. R. 'CHASE.
Clarikotoit, May 14, 1856. : , ; i:! ..-;ti :v.
Sealecl Proio?als
TTTILL bo received from now until the 25th
V V " day of Angnst, at the Auditor's Office of
Monroe County, Ohio, for the delivery of
1200 Bushels of Coal;
three hundred at the Probate Judge's office;
three hundred to the Recorder's office, and six
hundred at tae County Jail. . - :
Kone but GOOD COAL will be received; 1 It
must be measured in a two bushel measure, at
the place of delivery. ' .
By order of the Commissioners.
, J. S. IIOLLIDAY, Juditor.
Notice to AH.
A1
LL persons indebted to Wx. H. Mallory
either by note or book account, will please
call and settle soon, as I intend hereafter doing
a cash business for the time I .remain in Mon
roe county.. . I will sell the GOODS in my line
a good deal less than they have ever been sold
in this place," (but terms CASH.)
WILLIAM U. MALLOKX,
Clakisotos, May 7. 1856. tf.
ci - - rr i
nnil IIUU SlllUlIiei UUUUS.
JUST RECEIVED from the
new stock of
Eastern cities, a
Consisting of every variety usually
m a
village store. AJso,., .., , , ,
TKeady-Made; Glptlimgi
Ipo'nstantlyoivhanil and . for ; sale at reduced
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
in the latest fashions and best styles, and war
ranted to be equal to auy work done in the
west. Call and examine for yourselves.
R. CHASE.
Ciarikoton, Nov. 1855-ly
m. .a
7.
All persons' - without distinction kuowin
M ... .O.' .
themselves indebted, to the firm of
X. Koeliler &1 Co.v
must call soon and settle; otherwise they may
find their account in the hands of an officer.
' ' ' N. KOEIILER It Co.
Woodsfield Feb.:13: i8562-itf
Tjliver Lebes' Estate. - '-
NOTICE is. hereby given, that the subscriber
was -appointed and qualified by the Pro
bate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, as admin
istrator of the estate of Oliver Lebes, jr.,, late
of Monroe county, deceased, on the 11th day
of June, lb5G. -
FREDERICK BURKHART,
June 18, 1858. Administrator.
PETITION FOB DIVORCE.
Court of Common Pleas of Monroe Coun
ty, Ohio. "V '
T OUISA HARAPST will take notice, that on
j the 27th day of June, 1856, Jacob Ilarapst,
filed in said Court, his petition for. Divorce
from his said wife. Cause wilful absence for
more than three years. Said petition will be
for hearing at the October term 1S56, of said
Court. .JOHNS. WAY.
July 2, 1856 6w Att'y for Petitioner.
THE FASHIONS HAVE ARRIVED I
FTj HE undersigned has just received the larg
JL est and niost fashionable supply of
Spring and h Summer Clothing,
onerea. in wooasueia; mciuaing- every
style and variety
. U J"l 'x- T..n:n fln'nla VaIii I?..
urcss-uoau, uuworvv. . m.
Fine Shirts, cravats, Jcct-iies;
in
SQOrt eTery arucie uauuiiy ucpt a a
first rate
Clothing Store
He is also prepared to do good and fashion
able work for his numerous customers, at rea
sonable prices.
CLOTHS. CASSIMEKES, CASH-
MERETTES, LINEN ;
of suoerior quality made up to order, or sold
bv the nattern. - . i
f - .. .
Those who call soon may do assurea oi
getting- ' " ' "'"' . ',
The .very Latest Fashions at the very
Lowest Prices, w,.r t;-'.--- - '
April 30,15.V' , 1 BUKUBAUUJSK.
TWQ HUNDRED CORDS OF TAN BARK AND
FIVE ' HUNDRED HIDES - AND CALFSKINS,
AT Gbatigst's Tannery, in Beallsville, for
which the highest CASH price will be
paid. - - '
All kinds of LEATHER constantly kept on
hand, and for Bale on reasonable terms, by the
8UbsoriDer, - in&uii.ua jx. uuaiiuni. i
Beallsville, Afay 7, lose. i
THRESH GROCERIES. NV O. Sugar, N. O
P . Molasses, Hommony, &e. &o., for sale at
KIIIKBRIDE'S.
SUGAR KETTLES, Cincinnati Axes, Jtfoose j
Axe-handles, Stable forks, &c, &c, tor sale at
KIRKBRIDE S.
Justice's Blanks for sale at this
DRY GOODS.
kept
Patent Mediciiies.
" CHOOSE THE BEST FllOJI
ALti THE GOOD !"; i
FAMILY MEDICINES! : 1
PREPARED AND SOLD BY DR. R. inn.trot
Greenfield," Highland county, Ohio. ":
ECLECTIC LINIMENTPjice 55;t, "
bottlo ; Also, a 50 ceiUbottle, holding thr ' "--
times; the amounts -i ? ' i .
This Medicine, havifiabeettMfowilT.MV-' ;
about six years, has.i froin actu.1 xperieii
given general satisfaction to. liitands: 't ' :
operates entirely different' from iaiiitner.Liaf- - '
nehts ; heretofore 6resehie(F ti iW.M. 5
Having rita. speeifieLefroct "upon the irVr S"
has power to destroy, all character of paini' v
from, injury or . disease restoring weak nerves V
their original, feeling and: Btrerigth'ind giViM ' v
freo motion to. te joints, &e. .
To the afluctedJt;is the cheanest L'ikim wm ft
the Westy. being doable the strength of any :
other iri ue, and the bottle fully as large--
', , The Eclectic Liniment is peculiarly adaptod -
to IKTBKNAL as Well as BXTBSMAt. Uflo. ia '
entirely a vegetable compound. i ; ;
OR VEGETABT.T2
For Couehs. . Colds, and' AfroMnb t
' the Lungs. - , A--i. : V-
PRICE40 CENTS PER 1WTTLR ' :f
This Balsam is a comnound eritfrii".bk- i 5 v
ble. From its extensive use and appllcatiosi . ' . -at
the bedside of the sick, the proprietor coa- : ' , , ;
fidently presents it to the public as a remedr- ' -- ''
unsurpassed by any other, for the cure of that V ' K -class
of diseases for which it is recommended. " - J:'
Hundreds of those who have used it aro .
ready to testify- to its efficacy, but the ns f .: ? ;S
one or two bottles will do more' to oonvinoo
those afflicted with:Coughs, Colds, .Iafluan. . ' '
ia, Hoarseness,, Croup, Bronchitis, J Whooping- ' ' -'
Cough, Pains in the Chest, and all Diseases f ..;' : -S - ',
the Throat and Lungs, than the testinionyOf
any number of witnesses. Try it and you will '
need no further evidence. - - .-; ' ..., . - :
- It does not profess to cure all diseasesVheV :i ' :- '
does it profess l cure Consumption in ts last v ' i
stage, but it will cure if taken in thneJan,d , .
used freely, and other precautions takeji t '-t.-
assist nature euch as ' diet, propef exerbise, x ' "': r,
attention paid to clothing," &C. .i j -f iV. '. :
:'-JEclecticiPjlI!t;:l
EWTIRELY VE QETADLp
A FAMILY . MEDICINE. : - :
' ": ''' r ".",''..'.''"
Tiese JHlls are Unequalled by anyMtdi-:::''.
"cine known for Curing Diseases arit, ? ;
v 'ing from a Deranged ZawrPC-' ' T'? V";
PRICE TWENTf-FIVE CENTS.
As remedy for many of the disease peo
liar to the West, tho. Eclectic llla have n ; '
equal; such as Billious Disease, for: cleaatinc :
the system gonerallyiri . Chills, Fever , and ; ; V
Ague to act on the Liver and Secretions-- '
t:ure Dyspepsia, Sick : Headache, : Jaundice' Af- :; -
fectionsof the Kidneys, and' diseases xf the )"l :..;
Blood ure Coiftiveness, &c.r They:' cleans ; .
the Stomachs and Bowels,, operate pecificalty
upon the Liver and Secretions, give tone to tbe
Digestive organs, and establish a. heaJthy -. ..
tion in the whole system. Thus not onle ra.
moying present diseases, but preparing thaayfc- ', '. : ",
tern to resist future attacks of tho same. i n , v -
These Pills have been before the public abott '
four years, and they have acquired a rrputatieat
for the enre of LIVER COMPLAINTS as well : :
as other diseases for which they are reoem- : :.
mended which has never .been equalled byj " -
any remedy, heretofore ofierod to the psblie, ' -
in the same length of time. ; - . rusu.. , ; - . v
All the forogoinjt Family -Medicines a
prepared and sold by DR. S. FELLERS.
tJTJJis. only; authorised accnt in Woeatw-
eldis ;', Hzs ' , : ' . . A. D.' DEJGG. ! '
June 41 S'tf.--ly:' ' :f i vV; . ij; ' v - .A -.
: ' '. ' -- - - ---' : . :" . :-
MTIIE UNIVERSITY'S FAMiliXS S
ssned under the Seal, Sauotion aud Authority ef
THE UN1VEES1TY OF FRZK MIDICINE A.- J . " .
.-'"" '' POPULAR KNOWLEDGE, ' -,.:v''!
Chartered by the State of Pcnnjivaiii. i -;s : vV
i . , Aprils!), ib53,;-.; 5';
WITH A CA I'ITAIj OF 9100.000, 'i ' a
Mainly for the. purpose of arresting the ria - ;
of Spurious and ilcrtkless'KostriiifSf1 .
- Also, for Supplying the Community with te- : r- .
lifble Remedies wherever a Competent Physl-, . ".--.
cian cannot or will not be employed. ' This In- , ;r "
stitution 'has purchased from- Da. JOHN R. , .
RCTWANDj his celebrated i- 'a-i u s;: ;
Known for. upwards' of twenty-five years as t1i -.
Only sure and Safe cure for FEVER Ax ftGUX, ,-. ..;J;i";"
&c, and his inestimable' Remedy for1 BOWEL ,. '
COMPLAINT'S, - '"' , - ; f- -' ';' ; . V :' '
Compound Syrup of Blackberry Rc:t, 'yt
" Which highly approved andpopulaRAeme- " 'i?-- . ",
dies, together with ,:.C ;. - k-
The University's Remedy for Couplaixm of - ' '-
theLcsos; ;. ' -..A- f ' .. - '
The' University's Remedy for DrsrtrsiA or "1
Ikdiobstios; '. . : ; ;y. . '. ; :'' . .'f
The University's Remedy for CostivBowblS;.- , ... ;o
Also, the Uxivehsitt's Almas AC may be hadr--v-r t
at the Braiich Dispensary, or store of, ., , , ,f '.''...; :V
: . , .':.; .-, LEVI BALDWIN, :
" ' V ' Sunfish, Monroe Co. d. ' " ". .
Also by Wm. STEEL & SON, SUfford, Ohio. t
Aslo by Jacob T. Mobbill, Sujrfisli..Ohio. '
July 11, 1855 i';i
COVERLET. AND; CARPEt :
rpHE undersigned is engaged in weaving CC
1 ERLETS and CARPETS of every style;
CGY-
;and '
variety.- . .) f,; v.- . ; :, . . ...i v .hhh : "
f ; He has two looms, one of which weaves two
different figures, and the other eight, as follows i
. Philadelphia- Beauty, Bellsville Wreath f , '
Beauty of the,, West,' Lady's Janoy ;-V "
-, .Gentlemanf Faray?4Iigfcway.j; -aJ-",:
.; .. Bloom-Cranberry Vine,., V?
; t . . : ; Fanners' Choice, -a;. tfa t V
-i Enterprise, $d North Btar. f i ia
.The last eight are woven witi a seam, and
the first two without sesame. -isjr . ''
rjtner aouoie, or swgie voverier voven. ott
the shortest notice. -, A zt' m . . iS-r.'i' ; :
; Those having no cliain. can be supplied by
the undersigned.' ,The folldwingace M&4&IB9 :
Covarlets,i per", pair, 53,00 or eaob.fer
three or more Coverlets-aT rov .wiihomt
Seams.,.. Carpets Common 10 oeata per yanl
doubt cuam laj ecats per yard. m -.; u-r .;"
11 ' tj.: -CHARLES iBBUNER, ,
. Mutoksbubob,' June S5, 18S.,---vfU f it.
H.B Coloring' done in the best poasibl. ;
tyle em.xh - m,1 j-.st-t- n ;.-
.. . 1. I'd : 7 mi ;li..
Cigaivmakrs S ;Wnted!
THE undersigned Vishes to employ i"
. 7-7" THREE GOOD (URM AKER3TT?
at his Shop, in Sunfish. .'.,''" ; ;; vi - V ' V?
He will pay Wheeling prices to good work.
men wno wiu apply soou.,, .f fc
Kt always keeps on hand A large supply of
EXCELLENT CIGARS and CUT-AND DRY
TOBACCO: Merchants and. others dealing ia
these articles wuibnd it to their advantage to
purchase of him.- ' ; "Q. LUTHY. .
Clarington. O. July 30, 185C-pd. - "
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