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SENTIMENTS OP THE BRITISH
PRESS TO T.E KEPT BEFORE
y .j.THE, AMERICAN PEOPLE.
ifbhc London; Leader, a liberal English
paper of late datef makes this highly itn-
j port ant revelation. It says:
'" Wo' know that the abolitionism of the
Garrisons and men of their stamp has been
.i fostered and excited by the abolitionist
incendiaries of Great Britain, who would
Lave , sacrificed the American republic
, Tather than not carry their own dogma in
their own way. The latest news from the
United States induces ns to suppose that
the external intrigues 'which have found
'their accomplices in the Union are not e;i
..tirclwithout prospect of success. Al-
ready the politicians of England and Eu-
7e are i echoning that Hie American peo
J3j?e will ehct an anti-slavery President, who
will send around die brand of discord as
the burking branch used to be sent to rouse
Wie clans of Scotland:1
tju,' Now read what the London Chronicle,
. m. English tory paper, says in a late num
ber: .XS'We should he sorry to see Mr. Buch
,Tiutil elected, -because he is in favor of
Tupreservinjr.the obnoxious institutions as
they exist, AND THE UNITY" OF THE
sSJATES. Thero is no safety for Eu
.jiTopeao monarchical governments if the
"progressive spirit of the democracy of the
.United States is allowed to succeed.
.', ELECT FRE M O N T, A N I) THE FIRST
.'BLOW to the SEPARATION OF THE
UNITED STATES IS EFFECTED."
'"In connection with the above, read what
. .'Wendell Phillips, the great Bostou aboli
- lionisV says in a late speech:
? ? There is merit in the republican par
ity. It is this; it is the first sectional par
ity ever organized iu this country.
i.--.. It is not national; it is sectional
" It ia the North arrayed against the South.
i The Orst crack in the ice-
,l,ur "'s T's'Ij'e" .von wUl yet hear it go with
-H crash through the centre."
And yet Horrace Greeley does not hes
itate to lrand as "liars' all who assert
thaMVemlcll .PJiillips sympathises with
thcblack rcpubJicans mid their candidate
"foKth4 presidency. Union.
Negrosa Voting the Black Republish
Ticket.
Black Repcblicans. Over 200 ne
groes, black as Erebus, voted in this city
yesterday, contrary to the Constitution
and the Laws of the State. The only
laughing Republicans in town, to-day, are
the negroes. Yah! yah! Plaindealer.
Nkgho Votes Taken in GtuxYiixr..
In Granville township. Licking county,
where the Black Republicans have an
overwhelming majority, the votes of two
negroes (all that presented themselves.)
were received by the Trustees and put into
the ballot-box. This occurrence, the Srst
we believe in Liekinsr county.) has cre
ated much indignation, and some of the
j Fremonters, who have heretofore refused
to be warned by Democrats, are now sat
isfied that negro equality is one of the dis
tinctive measures of the so-called Repub
lican party. Xewark Adv.
Niggers in the Ballot-Box. Not "a
nigger in the . wood-pile," but nigger in
the ballot-box. The nigger has crawled
out of the wood-pile and slipped into a
place where under the Constitution of Ohio
he has no business. We are informed that
Campbell's reported majority of eighteen,
n:is ucen made by negro votes! That
Vallandingham has a majority of the votes
cast by the "white male citizens" of the
Ihird District and is unquestionably le
gally elected. We insist that the colored
business shall be fully investigated, as well
ns other frauds connected with this elec
tion. Dayton Express.
The Hamilton Telearaah asserts that
thirty-four NEGROES voted iu the Third
District lor Lewis D. Campbell!
Post the Book3 The Prosidsntial Con
test Black Republicanism no go.
The October Elections have been held
the results ascertained, and we will now
again post the books of the Suites thai
have voted this summer Thus far it
stands:
Buchanan. Frcmojit
IliiUowafs Medicines. We arc not in
the habit generally- of noticing the thou
sand and one medicines of the dsy; but
when a really meritorious one is before the
public, we think it due to the afflicted that
the fact should be made known. We have
used Jloiloway's Pills and ointment in cases
i r i . . . .
oi nuruoiirs, bruises, and scalds, with ben
eficial effects, and there are cases within
our knowledge of extraordinary cures per
formed in die-eases of long slundin
fessors Ilollowav's Ointment iui I
. v e . ...
among uie lew prepara: i :ns Ii!c:i wrlorni
all the cures for which they are re com 'lea
ded. We are satisfied thit for puryfying
the blood, regulating the stomach, and cu
ring liver and billions complaints no
better remedy can be fouud. Bangor
Democrat. -
:'-y -il: K:wi
m a "ETHii-'-i nniti Jimn f sm. sr. jhnn'
93 & A3JLAM Jill
ax i bin
l'lirsuaiuu oT Law. I. Kiti:rr.r.i K Ivof.iilek. TnvisnrBf of Poniitv "nntir t j i . .. .
i ... .. 1.-.-. . " , . . , . ..... "-""J ..vjijtci5 vi.ii.uinooiintr, inai mo r.ne or ttxn
X noii lor the year Ib.jj, is eori-ectlv statei m the folloviiir table, sliowmir tLo number of n.rs .. inrv-nnpn .
. . i - .i. . t . . . , - ' vvu vu.viu iiU.iliiCili UJ lii3 (J I
ffHti'l'IV IU It or tJ: ttlirns 11 1 mul llwnrnmvitMil tmf na f V cm. oATinti.
, Pro-
ils are
O. P. IIOKNE.
3. KIKUXAN.
.W. T. riifenv.
NEW MACHLVE SHOP.
1I0RNE, KIERNAN & CO.
ATl'LL ie.sp?(?tfu!lv info nn the public that
V lhy h.'ive ent?re.l into partnership in
the business of
BUILDING TIIRESHIXG M.1CHIXES,
THRESHERS .1SD CI.EJXERS
of the LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLE.
Having been at considerable ex-)icli5e in pre
Iariiih' Ibev are miabVi to !o their work
WITH XEJTSESS .4XD DESPATCH.
wemg pei'iuuiiciKir loeatea n is to their
Towin niitl
TuwiMhifs. 5
IH
A.lat:i:;.
Benton
Bethel .
Center.
WooilsUehl
Franklin . .
Green
Jackson. . .
Malaga
Ohio
Perry
S.ilein
Clariugton.,
Seneca
Summit.. . .
Sunibiuy . .
nealisviilc.
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interest to lo their work m tha beat maimer ! W-ivi'
t'Kaoiuiir. i uey, uiereio.v, nave n iiusitatioa in
Warranting their Work.
MACHIXK3 WILL UK REPAIRED on the
shorte d notice an.l most favorable toiun. Mr.
Hom having been ;n-.-g-'.l in the busineo.s for
the past yeir in tha extensive shops at M-.rtia's
Fcrrv is poited in all the recent iiupruveiiK'uU.
Clariugton, Oct. 29, 145 J. -
15
15
J5
15
Switzerland. 15
jjton 15
lis
710.2,14
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32 5
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10 32 5
10 32 5
10,32 2i
10 32 2
10:32 5
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ASEilSMEXTS'., .
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.What tli-s Bldei Hspublteaii Papers
aid 3fbre and. After tha Election in
Pennsylvania.
the
?tt!icvlriiriiii
w 1 I UlllCt
election, the liUv k Ilepiiblicaii paper at
1'itjsiittrg said to its , political friends:
jxi Tuesday lost aud all is lost." The
iGasttU cinlie morning of the flection told
'itrfritiids'" fn Pennsylvania and Indiana
a vote now i.t of more consequence than
t be (ni the Presidency The black
sprints Jor-cnce were right. They proper
ty appreciated the importance of the elcc-
liotis, aiid knc w if Pennsylvania and Indi-
Viiii were. lost "all U lost." Since the
Iectioivthe Nw York Herald, the lead
ing Black Pit-publican paper, gives up that
'Mr. Buchanan will bo elected by a I a:id
'Ycme majority. The New York Tribune
a'go Bays:
. "Kepublicnrs, the last rc,-.orts from
Pwiiuslyvaiiia I. a . e no doubt of a Buchan-j
.majority at the State election. The
Stato ticket of that party is chosen by
onie CTe thousand niajority in between
four ono five hundred thousand votcs.-
xiat u xnu pe. ,
Repnlilicahs, we would not if wc could
onfeal from you our disajijioiiitineiit in
4thhit result nor the magnitude of the dis
" ster.
"Let ns lo' k lnisfortnne full iu the face.
It there were any hollow-hearted, venal,
elf-seeking knaves following our camp
last m-ek xhey will now skulk ont of it and
go tover' to the enemy. . All such will sup
pose bur battle lost, and will be iu haste
tq place themselves in a position to share
.th plnnder of the field Let them go in
welcome, and let the cowardly and timor--oub
go with them.", '
12
10
4
4
9
9
3
3
6
27
13
4
5
S
iuur mi iiu iiuiiuuu iuuuia:nt votes'.
innjoriiy .can be overcome at the Picsidcn
tultlcclion just t hud we do not say
Kentucky,
North Carolinia,
Arkansas.
Texas,
Alabama,
Missouri,
Iowa,
Vermont,
Maine,
Florida,
Delaware,
Connecticut,
Pennsylvania,
Indiana,
Ohio,
Totals, ICO 40
We put down Iowa ,as having been
carried by the friends of Fremont, but in
truth it was a fusion triumph, the sue
eessfu! ticket receiving both the Fillmore
ana the Fremont votes. Mr. Buchanan
only wants to carry States having fortv
uiue. vjtes to be elected. He will tret
them in the follo-.vinjr States
Virginia,
South Caroli
Georgia,
Mississippi,
Louisana.
Road rintica.
VfOTICE is hereby given that a petition will
i be irese!ite.l to the Commissioners of Mon
oe county, Ohio, at their December session
l5o, praying for the location of a County Road
commencing at i oung's mill, in IVrry town-
'iii: tnence the nearest an.l best route to E l
ly's mill, in Green township: then.-e the new
est aivl best route to the fi.rki of the run on
th.j lamls of Thom-iS Wood, in said Orecn
township; thence tlie nearest an 1 best route to
'he Suufish mi l Woo Isfiel.l Ri.'.-o Koai at a
place commonly c il'.o.l the "R-.hui 1 Bottom," in
said Oreeu township; thence the nearest an 1
bct icuio to Jamestown, in Adams township.
.ii.l road not to exceed a craue of G decrees.
Oct. 29. If 53. MANY l'i-T1TIO.NERS.
ll i ill
f 1 h i h 1 ?' r &
7. g .S ! d -i 5. Tl ; : :
a 3 . . ' .
- -s. i p. c c e o o o o c c
- ? '5 c. a ''A K 55 !5
r i Si l s 5 -s
f z t- J o tw rz v o
"3 ; c 5 .i5 .i .5 .2 .5 .2 '" "
y.!!iSvi.r:!.;i:ui"i:it-!:!-i.t-j
i0."-...2tf - 90 9J 8 ... 10-.25
.. 7.. 184 .804 Hi 3l4rf.20-t.V
JO... .25 89 4 IS? 7J16il4 4 4 ,. r -
- 3 .. S .,72 74 6f.;: W'56 ... 94A '
H 25 i. 89 14 5J 6 29 .: 1 lOi (J8 18 IS ii
....... 5 :C9 too" 5 ."..304; 8 16..; 5 4i '
H..:iH 95 ...,..,,..;.... 40f4Ui
11! 12.V .. 33A-! 97i ... ... ..v ...I '. ..
5 Ii 69 ... l'j 15! 3Jf 3? ... 31
lij 70. 131 7 6 31A 4i f5 97 1..; ..
.. t.H .. 48 .1.12" ... :.. . '
SO.. 16J! ' 80J .
in 14J ... 42 ,1 06 "I 1 'J.'.. " '."
5 I 69 j tl 17 12 ...23ftl 9 25 32 111
5 I ' fiO ' 18 7 241 . ' -
)it. m
, Xo bills will
be received foi
liitaxes, ofa less denomi-
i nation than Five Dol-
Vd except upon the
Isolvcnt Uanks of Ohio
in
very tax-payer;- is
wsspecttnilv jequeisted
ito .remember the num
ber of the Section in
which his lands are,
ihd also to present his
Receipts to the Treas
urer 'for "work done on
the publ ic roads, the
same as heretofore.
15 Tennessee, 12
8 Marylancl, 8
1 0 New J ersey, 7
7 Illinois, ' 11
5 California, 4
SS
.j, Anotlier Suaaaer Affair.
, JIon. L. D. Campbell, of llamilton.O.,
hi a fight with nn Irishman, an old mau
.... of scveutj 3'eare, oa the day of the election.
He struck the old man with a stick fire or
ix blows.' :'i No blood shed. Tac Irish
man's name was not Brooks ' '
We do uot End any of the Black Re
publican papers, whieh wnu so prompt and
eloquent in their denunciation of I3rooks
for his assault upon Sumner, that have a
word of rebuke for Campbell. Is it be--caose
the injured party is but a poor
Irishman, and not an honorable Senator,
that the Black Republicans excuse and
Justify the assault? It looks like it.
, With the Democrats thin makes no difler-
erence. They have as much sympathy
for an Irishman, if not more, than for Suoi
neiS who With 'his foul speech, gave some
provocation for his chastisement. Camp
bell himself was one of the loudest in his
indignation against Brooks, aud tried, to
lriog about a duel between him and Bur
ling&rae on account of tho Sumner matter
Yet,Ti a very 6hort time, we see him im
; itatinjrJrooks not in assailing a young
7. .od rigorous man, but an old and infirm
v one, with a bludgeon. There is Black
. Republican consistocy for you! Eng.
WHERE IS JOHN C. FREMONT.
The great questioji(says the New York
JJ, Book)of "Who is John C Fremont?"
feaa now given place to "Where is John C.
Fremont?" . The people of Pennsylvania
And Indiana are repudiating his drafts,
and cutting down bis demands after the
fashion of the government and its commis
sioners on the cattle items and gnn-spiking
: investigation. Isaac, where is yoar man
aowJ
This would give ns one hundred and
eighty-eight electoral votes thirty-niiii'
more than is necessary. There are other
States that will most probably vote for
Mr. Buchanan, so that his maioritv ol
electoral votes over Fremont will be little
less than General Pierce obtained, in 1852,
over Sjott. Cin. Enquirer.
ITswfoundland Telegraph Liio.
St. John, N. F., Oct. S.
We are now in telegraphic connection
with Badnock, (Cape Breton, N. S.) The
line from Badnock to New York, via Pic
tou, Sr.. John, N. B., Portland, and Bos
ton, is now nearly completed, and it is ex
pected that regular telegraphic connection
between this city and the United States
will be opened about the middle of this
month. The submarine cable. 85 miles
in length, between Cape Ray, N. F., and
Cape North, (Cape Breton. N. B..) whieh
was laid down last summer, is found to
offer no impediment to the telegraph cur
rent.
Read rJntios
VJOTICE is horeb.v given that a petition will
1 be iircsonttfd to tin; Couinnsssionero of Mn
ioe count", Ohio, id thtir next session, asking
lor the location and establishment and ultera'
tion of the Ci-uutv I.'oad, i-oniniens:iiv; ' at the
County Uoad through Clariugtrni. .Saleiu town
ship, near the 11. "k. C.buruh, theneo to the
north cast corner of Dr. O'Connor's lot; thence
through t)m lands of Charles Lobenstein nh l
C. C. Campbell, up :h hill to m-ar Win. Dnrle's
house; then an aitmation in the road eouiinen-
cniir near said Willi.n.i li.-irl..v lw,iw. n,..
uiU.to lun be!.v the old road on said William
Oario" land, flue alteration beins aUitit a half
,) uud then vaeate so suueli of the old
MANY PKTlTiOXliRS.
2, 15G. ........
I will a
Adams Tt)wnship, Tuesday, September 23rd.
Benton Township, Thursday, October lGth.
lietnel lownsinp, lritlay,
Franklin Township, Thursday, "
Green Townsliip, AYednesdav, Sept.
Jackson Township, Monday, October
Malaga Township, Monday, October
Ohio Township, Tuesday, October
Perry Townsliip. Wednesday,
HOLLA.Xi) BiltTfellB
end for the purpose of receiving Uses, at the usual places of holding elections in the several towaahip. at tho fallowing, tiioos
to wit :
Salem Township, Wednesday, October 8th.
. , " . , 'V . OCiltcmuCI OUl l. Meeting with great socio., amour ttk
summit lownsnip, Wednesday, October 1st. pfferitto American Pubii,-kt.wi.f tw
.. , . . .......v, . , v.in.muv .iivt. i autvuuvrieuseu. ,
f" I 1 '1 rrt t mi i - I t.i . " . ' W
3rd.
2nd.
24th.
6th.
20th.
: ' tot cau!BEATr nor.iJtND siwrr
BISEASE OF THE KIDHEff,&
LIVER: COMPLAtNt,"
FEVER AND ACUII,7'1
- XuCt th rariong affection knuMSMt o'L
a disordered i;( j;r; 7 V, i-i'i -n. v i
I STOMACH tORcLIVBJL'ii S
Such aa luaigestlon,' Acidity'-'of th lUmMk,
Colicky Tains, Heartburn; Losa st JifpfH
Deaponden'cr, Costiveness, Biid ---1 Pti rjnjl
Piles. In all yervoai, Rheumatic aad Nnd.
gio Affections, it haa in nnmerout IntaiM
proved hitfhly beneficial, and in nt Wa mir.A
a decided cure. :;.-.r .-,ij-t-n
This is a purely vegetable couinaaiul -nmm-
pared on vtriutlr scirntific nrineinlMK. nttm
manner of the celebrated Holland ProfeMM,
Boerhavo. lieftuse of its crrc&tsaeMaa iBMJka
of the European States, iu introdnti34i
the United States intended more cpelaJl
iur muso oi oar iaineruna scattered awn i
Switzerland , Township, Thursdav at Charles ' vruir'ommMtim,
'- October
I will attend at my office in Woodslield,
the taxes that may remain unpaid to that time.
from
ivwertns, and Jbriuay at Irs Kanzigs predby theontinaoiunje6r?difttiritsv
ber 9th and 1 0th:: . , .0.1!ri i'w".. .
i in. . u&uuigiou lownsnip, r ntiav, uccopcr, l in. 10 luu 'er 01 iniiiliHg .qmcknipf
oth. I Wayne Township; : Saturday; : . 4th, irCK
TasAsrKEK's OhFicu, Monroe County, Sept. 17, 1555,
.the 11th day of October until the 20th day of beceniber.' for the nurnosB of rMirinc.J VStem.
- ' . c
- o ". -j, fj Treasurer of said County
New anil Cheap Store!
O 3?.
r sfS
i i'.J f L'm: .vX Mil .
f r.--T.- BINCTLAIP..--
SPLEXUID BARGAINS! j JOHN) &ti CLARKE;
The subscribers are now receiving fronUhe T ATE R0BIXS0N4CLARKK .t .f. A. rT.ARKR
XJ
in i!e
roud.
Oct
I
)I1
I7otic9 in Partition.
EISE .SKIddCP.rf. (wirlovr,) Christina Rrown.
.nd .Mieha.! Brown, her husband. Susan
nah Fox, and Columbus Fox. her husband.
bronr.i-1 tft-Her. ant John J.- tieltura. minors
of Monroe county, hio, and Mary Jane Ful
itier. f.llil Isa:ie Knlinir lir IukTi-hi, rF W..u
nton county, Ohio, will take notice that a lie-
citi;n w as tiled against them in the Court of
Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, by
I'eter Sellers, of Wood county, Virginia, on the
i7th day or October, 1S5(J, and id now pending,
therein the said Perer Sellers deni.-.i:.! n.irti.
ion of the Mlowius !u.-xribed real estate, of
irhich Groix'e Sellers died Seized, to-wit: Thn
east half of the north east quarter of section
seventeen, township two of rau five, con
taining eiihty acres of land, situate in Monroe
county, Ohio, except twenty acres off of the
north end of said half murl. r.l.l t ll...
lyle, aud that at the next term of
application will be inade,by said petitioner, for
an order that partition be made of said prerni-
Ci. JAX. HIV. AJ lllII' I
Oct. 2?, ISStJ. Att'y for Petitioner.
Kast. a lartre and well selected assortment of
PALL & IATTE:R
3r O O 3Z
Anion? which may be found seasonable
PRY GOODS, GROCERIES, :
II A II I) V A R E, QUE E X S
WARE. READ V MADE CLOTH
ING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
&C, &C, &.C.,
All of which were purchased at the lowest
Kastern prices aud will be sold at SAfALL
1 KOI' ITS, for Cash or approved Country Pro
diice.
They are determined not lo be nntdnna bv
their neighbors, onJ tlieivforu assure the pub
lic, it tney want to liuU the
Cheapest Goods
In town, that all they have to do is to give the
uuuersiguea a calL
There store is at the old stand of Peter
Diehl. . , .
P. & C DIEIIL.
WoonsriELD, Sept. 22, 1S56. (tf.)
tThe Louisville Democrat facetious
ly remarks:
The orenn here had the race in Penn
sylvania well arranged; if successful it was
a 1'illruore victory if unsuccessful aFre
mont defeat. The editor is as smart as
the 'marksman who didn't exactly see
whether the game was a buck or a calf;
but he took aim so as to hit, if abuck, and
miss, if a calf,
; . Giii.' Liwis Cas8. . ; A correspondent
- of the Philadelphia Ledger, writing from
, Detroit, thus speaks of. this veteran Sen-
Gen.-Cass is jarenizing. He positive
If looks better than I hare seen him for
.: several years past, though he is canvass-
iogvthe length, and breadth f the State,
andj speaking once or "twice every day.
- liar.juit pastvhiff 74th year, but ap
' pcrs ns active audoathful . as txw..,.-s
Don't Shoot. The Know Nothings of
Liexinrrtoii.on Thursday afternoon.brou&rht
out the cannon, harnessed up eight white
horses, bought a kecr of powder, and ore-
pared to celebrate their victory in Penn
sylvania. While marching . through the
streets a Hash of telegraphic lightning
'brought them up standing." Their vis
ages lengthened, the musicians stopped,
the horses refused to ";h-lang." All was
still as death, uot a word was SDoken.
There they stood, for twenty minutes "like
bumps on a tree." Finally they unlura
bered, sett the horses to the stable, left
the cannon in the street and dispersed one
at a time. "Wait for the wagon" nest
time, Fillmourners. The "eood time" is
coming for you after the millennium
Louisville limes.
DYSPEPSIA, HEADACHE, AND
INDIGESTION, by which all persons
are more or less effected, can usually be
cured by taking moderate exercise, whole
some food, and a dose of RtErhaveVi Hal.
land Bitters, one honr before each meal.
Wanted To purchase a small farm
from 40 to 60 acres well improved. Ap
ply to JOHN B. NOLL.
Blank Deeds and Morteasrek
for sale at this Office. '
Administrator's Sslo. '
On Saturday the 6th day of November nt
between the hours of ten o'clock a.m. and four
o'clock p. 4., on the premises hereinafter mention-1,
the undersiirimi as th mlm-nist mt
of Thaddeus Keaksecker deceased, will sell at
public auction the following described real es
tate, situated iu Monroe county, Ohio, to wit:
The North Hast quarter of the South Kast quar
ter of section eleven, in township two, and range
four, containing 40 acres more or less, subject
to dower. Terms of sale onsh. Appraised at
$275. JANE ItEAKSEC'KKR, Admx.
of THADDECS REAKSKCKKR:
At the same time and place the undersigned
will sell her dowor estate in said land. 1
October 7, 185li. JANE REAKSECKER.
Administrator s Notice
VfOTICE is hereby given, that before the
1 Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio,
the undersigned were appointed administrators
of the estate of Elijah Steed, deceased, late of
Monroe county, Ohio. All those indebted to
said estate, are requested to wake immediate
payment; and those having claims against said
estate, are notified to present thcinfor settle
ment within one year from tin's date.
ELIZA JANE STEED,
. RICHARD Y. McANASPY.
Oct. 8, 1S5G. Adm'rs.
STEP THIS WAY AND SEE THE
f gIIE undersigned has just received thelarg-
11 1
f an anu u inter uiotliing,
ever offered " in Woodslield; including every
st vie and variety of
Dress-Coats, Business-Coats, Tests, Pants,
Fine Shirts, Cravats, . Neck-Ties; . ,
in short every article usually kept at a
first rate ' v - : ;1 ; :
Clothing- Stored .
He is also prepared to do rood and fashion
able work for his numerous customers, at rea
sonable prices. . " ". "
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, . ; CASH
MERETTES. . &c. -i ' .
of superior quality made up to order, or sold
oy tno pattern. .. .:. ,
Those who call soon may bo assured of
getting . . ..
The very Latest Fashions atthovervn
Oct. .8, lfiaS..- i. il. BUROBACHBR iii
i uirtpariuersnip iieietotore isimg bptween.
J. J. M. Bucmellk & W. T. Kent, tradinc nn.
ier the name of Brumelle & Kent, in the tnwn
of Calais, Monroe County, Ohio, waa this day
dissolved by mutual consent. . The business
will be carried on at the old stand, bv Will;
T. Kent; and all business belonging to said
firm will be settled by him.
J. M. BRUMELLE,
Sept. 17, 1S5G, WM. T. KENT.
IRESH GROCERIES.?-!;. Ol 'SueaV. N O
Mplassea.op)mony, &c. &c;, .for alo At
KIBKBRIDE'S.
Great Excitement in Sunfish!
The undersigned is now receiving and open
ing an entire new and fresh stock of GOODS,
consisting in part of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, CON-
FECT10NAEIE3, OILS, PAINTS, &c, &c,
Whieh he is determined to sell at a little low.
er than they have ever been sold iu this
place. Persons wanting
Pure liquors,
for medical purposes, can rely on getting a
pure article at his Store, coiner of Main and
Water Streets
SUNFISH OHIO. .'
Also. FRESH GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS of every description constant
ly on hand and for sale
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL at
WHEELING PRICES.
Ww. II. MALLORY,
SuxFisxi sept. 2S, 165ti-
"TV
r
ay ii'p ! Pay up
t
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
f.G. OKEY wil please call and pay up imme
diately as he is going east iu a couple of weeks,
and wants the cash. Come right along gen
tlemen. P. G. OKEY.
Woodsfield, Sept. ISth, leTib'.' (tf.)
& CO., Melodeon buildincs. 'directlv'Ormo
site the old stand. Main Street. Wheeling Va..
WHOLESALE ; AND RETAIL
dealer in Paints, Oils, -Varnishes, Sash, Doorg,
Window Glass, Looking Glasses, , ... .
. , ." Cement, Lime, Plaster ,t n
Paris, tie. ' . . . '. j '
Agent for the sale of Eastern Paint-Mills.
8 Bbls. of Linseed Oil, lQ.Bbls. of Tur
pentine, 5 Bbls. Tanner's Oil, ,
3 Bbls. of Sperm Oil,
1 0 Bbls. of No. 1 and No. 2 Lard Oil,
in store and for sale by
JOHN A. CLARKE. -
KEGS CINCINNATI LEAD, CONK
LINGS Brand, in store and for sale
by JNO. A. CLARKE.
Thezreat TMinulnritv-nf t1iilMlrtb.L Am-
uaa umacea manr imitations, whi. h th m'W
lie should cuard asuinst Tturchaain. ' "fu'a
persuaded to bnyanything lse nhtil tv kr
MARTIN BAKER. JR. 5lren o"hT' Holland; Bitter rtti UiiU
V I V L I l Xt l L U U venor n is to ail tliese imitatiam.' . r
i-JLf: wmersj-.aiia x Hie public in general, that
they have now n hand, and intend keeninsr
;coii8tanUyf general assortment of "
JJRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, VAK-
NISUES, BRUSHES. SCHOOL
BODICH.) STATIO N ARY.
i y -NOTIONS, &c. ; - -
iilAU.lII 111 rf HI II Vailllll4..l. Illi14 . i . r
iro iK Tlowoints, Salt, (Kanawa Zii "Sft
l.AUUU.k;7 Ul BVCi.V S.UIU WIXL UU Be UniliWl H Mai mil rnk,l..a
S O Ii E P R O R R I K T O It I ?
BENJAMIN PAGE JIlT
. If . u F c y u it i jr (tiii
: Phirmaceutists andt Chemist
T. W. .Dyptt & Sons, rhlladelphla.
received m exchange for goods
' oo.isjieio,- ii', loo
lA i W A
350
mm
4 Bbls. Alcohol (76 to 98,) 10 Calcined Plas
ter, 10 Bbls. Spanish .Whiting, Old and
Dry; 15 Bbls. Cement, a first rate article:
s uins. lellow Ochre; 5 Bbls. Lamp Black;
4 Cases Chrome Green:
500 lbs. Boston Red Lead.
J - -uw Hc WKWkW)
casus JinglisU Vonitian Red. in store and
tor saie low uy jno. A. CLARKE.
J.. N.- B R 1 D G M A N.
t Agents Laughling&Bushfild,Whiai,
Va.; John M. Kivkhiid. WowiaftM- viiiim
j Steel, Stafford; Jacob T, Morrill, Sunaah; TkM.
luiicneu. AlUiocDl And br Dina.ri.t. mi lf.
chants generally throughont the eoantr."'
T.. A u ioi ... . . .... ..T
TTTHEELING WINDOW GLASS in any size
t T uu quaniny, always on nand and for
sale DT ' JAO. A. CLARKE.
S'
ASU II. A- Hcbb Ann's make and sizes on
hand and for sale at Manufacturers' prices.
. '
or . JNO. A. CLARKE.
TTHERIAL OIL WTinr.PS4T.il .'i T?i.fr a tt"
JLJ I would invite the attention of consumers
of the aljove to.the act that I am ' selling' a
superior article, at a much reduced price to
wnai it lias been sold for m this place, hereto
fore. - JNO. A. CLARKtt
PAINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES of all kindi
100 kegs French Zinc, for sale lowby '"
JKO. A. CLARKE.
THIS WAY! THIS WAY!!
rrlIE undersigned would respectfully announce
to Farmers and others, that he is carrying
oe an extensive
ilSiacksiiiith Shop,
PAINT MILLSO. C. Harris' make, the dif
ferent sizes for sale low bv ' . , m . ;
JNO. A. CLARKSju i. s
- Jlgenl far Manufacturer.
August 5, lS56.tf.
WOOL CAKBOG.
' 'it'
rpilE subscribers are now prepared to do
X WOOL CARDING, at Richner's Afills.ron
Sunfish creek. Their CARDS are entirely
As they have applied STEJM to theit ma
chinery, their customers need not fear any dis
appointment from low water. -t .
Their long experience in the business, and
their superior facilities enable them to an.
nounce to all who bring wool clean, and free
trom burs, that they may depend on the t- i.
TtTRST OF R.OLLS.
Wool will be received anil rolls delivn il in
tl shortest possible time, at Baker & Sinclair's
Woodslield; Vanlaw & Alexander's Jamestown;
Frederic Crane's Lewisville. . . .
Irice ti cents per pound. The grease to
accompany the wool. ... ..... , :
ISAAC & GEORGE RICHKER. -
B Persons coming from a dis
uit I. . :
iuucc ssuan, nereaitar, posi
tively have their rolls to take home with
them.
Sept. .10, 1S58. 'u .
TUST opened in the town f MALAGA a large
tf ana attractive KtocR of .;
8 n nihi cr oods.
All who wish, to. purchase new and elegant!
siyies ? . .. i
AT .VERY LOW PRICES
can he suited. His Stock consists in part of
Si. A V LIS DRY UOODS,
GROCERIES,
OUEEN SWA RE, I .
HARDWARE,
. BOOTS AND SHOES
in thort ' everythinjt usually found in a well
uuea oiore. S 3 p 5
CASH -OR PRODUCE;
LET US REASON T0GETHEIL
I
Hollo way 'sPillor
WHY ARE WE SICK? ,c 4
It has becn-the lot of the human racoU W
weighed down by disease and suffering!. HOIi
LO WAY'S PILLS are specially adapt! t th
7 . 1 r tun iuuvvuuaLUt JltV
Uken for GOODS, on terms very favorable to ICATE, and tlie INFIRM, of aJL olimes;
ocj.cn, auu vviuiiiuuuus. rroiessor .HQilom
personally superintends the mauutaofur f Uf
medicines in the United-States, and offers tk
to a free and enlightened Beanie, as tl rs
remedy the world ever saw for th rmTl
disease. ' ' " .' ". "-. - ., , .
- THESE PILLS PCR1FT' THE BLOOD. . ,
These famous Pill are exmresslv eora1ta
to operate n the.stoinnch, the liverr Die Ur
neys, the lungs, the ski, and jth,bowls. tH
41. .
Give me a call and sen mv C'nnns- mn
not fail t be pleased." " . - - .-
uv -j J. N-:- BRIDGMAN.
M At AO a, 0., July 16, 1 856, tim.
1 J of Pittebureh. Pa. Whf1inr Vo
and Burbn'eton. Iowa. -
ronndi-il m 1 K4I1 -nrl -inmnv.i. T,
Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetaal Meeting any derangement "la their tuastitn.
Charter. ' ? , rnrifvi-n tlna HmJ' Hii r . 7
Charter.
BOARD- OF DIRECTORS.
Hon. W. n. LotraiK,
" CuAKLliS NayLOR,
Oen. J. K. MnnicnRAn.
C5 iiPacilltV at. Pittrmrrli
President, P. DUFF, Author of "Duff's Book
purifying the blood,' the v'erv foitaIn'f llt
aad thus curing disease In 'all its ftrmi."i,'4
VXCl tU'SiA ANU LIVER COMPLAINT.;;:
Nearly half the human race lii UWa
these Pills. It Iiai hnnn nrnvaA in all M
tho world, that nothing has been founders!
to them in cases of disorders of' th lirnW-
keeDinc." "TLe WestfTn SiMmlmn !....,.,.. I cansia. and stomach comnHinii'
ant' Ac; Professor of the Print iples and Prac- '1'hey soon give a healthy tone ta these on saw
Hob. James Bcchasait,
Wm. WitKiss,
w
0 - r 'f
LOOK. HERE!;
in BARESVILLE, Monroe County. Ohio, where
he is prepared to manufacture, and will keep
constantly 011 hands,
Of every description and of the best materials, j A Q JJ ft Q T JJ JJRS
BUGGIES, PLO
SHOVEL-PLOWS
VS. HARROWS XT AVE just'received their large and splen
WITII STEEL I -L-L did stock of
r,. . . . . I b 1 ." isrwr
M?mi ana winter
SHOVELS, AXES, MAT
TOCKS, GERMAN
HOES,
CORN AND GARDEN HOES,
TCnnivrnfiT.s ,t-
TVM TlllfVfl A XT t.i.ni.... .1.
He will also keep ou hands and for sale . T'npwip-vr t VFk llmiwcrrrrt
Plow-points, all kinds of Castings. and ! "R'-N AND DOMESTIC
t
coy s,
a good assortment of
& ST
' His work will be warranted, and all oiders
in his line promptly attendod to. -
DAVID P NOLL.
; Baresville, 0., Oct. 8, 1856. T .. " ; .
0003
! TANPV f?nnn5 nntvpa onnrci - ww r"1!?' au(l ve td hetieljt of his
.iAil. OUODfl BOOTS. SIIOES,. sixteen y-ears'txperlencV as a preceptor, and
ticetf Double Entry Bookkeeping.
A. 1. Uowd"oU, H."M. Cowan, S. M. Elder,
ana w. u. una: Associate Professors of Book.
keeping. ;: . ji -
J. D. WILLIAMS. Mhe best business nnA Or.
namentaKl'.euinan in the United States,) Pro-
r..ot, n. f J11 I.-'-"-
ivaaui ui j. eiiuiausuip. . .
N. B.-HATC1I, Esq., Professor of Mercantile
iiaw ana Political Kconomy. -
Hon. Judge SHANNON and Hon. J. M. KIRK-
PATRICK, Special Lecturers on Afercantile Law,
Rev. DAVIDl'ERGUSON, a. m., (late Profes
sor 01 classics, sc., in Washington uollege,
Professor of Conimercial Ethios.
P. DUFF, Lecturer on the Histery and prin
ciples or 4&(uent ana jtfodern Commerce, Bank
ine. ko. ' . " ' . .
'"JOHN MURPHY, Teacher of the Art of Dc
tefctine Counterfeit Bank Notes. fTha onlv
thoroughly-qualified teacher of this Art in this
pari 01 tne country.) " --
The Classical Department, embracing
thorough Classical aud English Education.
F. L. STEWART, a. si.. Principal, and Pre-;
ICBsor or Juatuematics Classics, &c
"F," L. APKIil'rof. of French and German
lancURpes. 11 ' ' ' " .
SThU (b admitted to be the largest, and
most periectiy organi2ea touimercial College
in the Unit cd States; and "p;ipcr rttopKssor.s "
(so oftrit adverttsed by some Commercial Col
leges) have never been aud never will be an
nounced in this. The classes have th acrvir
of every person niruicd above, the Trustees
oxreptca. 1 he Tour associate Professors u(
Bookkeeping Jitve all.Vep traineii for business
by tlie 'priiroipM, Aud have the betieijt of his
If
XTOTirU it he ebv iriven that th snlisnriKoK
1 f has bei n a mointed and Qualified s A.
winistrator ou the Estate of Mary Cooder, lato
of Mouroe Couuty, Ohio, deceased. .
JAMES COODER, AdmV.
Oct. 15, lests. --: t" - 1 ' V-'
r Co BRICKS for ' sale by
M. MORROW, Wooaiolf, "
HATS, CAPS, GROCERIES, HARD
-WARE, QUE EN S W A RE.
' And also a'most ,filslionablo and durablu
T?.fn l vJl'A fl i ni ntll 1 tt 1 nc ,
Cheap purchases in the East, enable them
to sell at astonishingly lew prices . i ;,s ?
For Cash or approved country produce.
Give them a call at tljeir Store-ljouso oppo
site the Post office, ' ' 5
WoopsFiEtn, )ct. 1, 1853,
' I
his'eightecn years 'prcvious experience as an
ac-ouuta.nt. T j; . " - '
' 'AS kA ilpa of the anvngemeuts and
'orient nt ln-iirMaali in ftl.A na...l.T;..vmn
f oan-onfy be obtained from the pamphlet cir
i cnlars which. are 'mailed to all r.its of the
oouhtryUU .specinieps 'of Mr. WILLIAMS'
penman-snip wnen oesired. .
' DUFF'S BO0K4;EEPINa,'rp. 192, Royal Oc
tavo, Harper's edition., ' Pric $1 50; postage
18: cents, v- .." . .
' l U P F 'S-COilMERCIAL CALCULATIONS.
k Price 50 cants; -oaatae S ihnt. . - ' . ,. .
! . D U vY'k STEAMBOAT BOOK-KEEPING.-
L(AR KETTLES, Cincinnati Axes, Jlfoosorrice $1; postage 9 ceij ,r. ."J-jJj Tt.o'if
Axo-handJps,Stahl forks, &o.,&c, for sale at'! l"Sold by all the city book-sellem.
KIRKB RIDE'S, ! ?t. 3, 1S5
however ' much deranged, and whea aH .
GENERAL DEBILITY-llLL HEAL.TH.1
. Many of 4he, most despotic OovaraatMO
have opened their Custom Houses te the tmXni:
duction of these Pills, that they may hecom ,
the medicine of the masses. Learned C4 '
leges admit that this medicine is the best real? ' "
dy ever known for persons of UelieaU keakli?
or where the system has been impaired, a.
invigorating properties never fail ta afford m.
lief. ...
FEMALF COMPl1iNTS.' i;,7';
- No Female; young r old, should be withooi
this. celebrated medicine.,. It eorraata uiith-taai!
ulates. the monthly courses at all rvriitds, o43
ing m many cases like a charm Kuala that
best and safost medicine that can be rim -
Children of all nges, and for any complaint 3-
consvtiuentiy no lamny snonia be without R.
n u wm x s rxi.i.s ARE TUB MXMT
.Remedy Inewn in the vorld for tha fmki
lowing Misuses t v. r s 7
Hsadaches-.,
Indigestion ..
i- IntlaMatiii'"iliU'isi
: ' Venereal AectiouTX
r: Worms, pt all kbadsfcna
.4" !n'fnd.(i.ra i-vooi
.. cwionuarr cympioma
- Inward- Weakness 3 V19'
Asthma
Dowel Complaints
Coughs 51
Colds . ,
Ghost Diseases .
Costiveness
Dyspepsia
DiarrhcDS
Dropsy 1 J- Inwar Weaknens ;
Debility . : Livor Complaints
Fever and A sue Lownoss of SiSiritk
Femrle Complaints Piles , . ' rV
: Sold at the Manufactories 'f TmfoiA
Hollow at, 80 Maiden Lane. New York .iirl 9dJr
Strand, London, by alL respectable Drnrs
and Dealers of Medicine throughout th Uni
ted States, and the civilizud world, 'in boxes,
at 25 cents, 62J conts', and $1 each. - " i ' a
tJ There is a considerable saving by taking 3
the larger sizes,. . . - .v n;
N. B. Directions for the aaidanco of naHnf
in every disorder are affixed to each box.
ruK BALE bv J. M. KlKKT'TilDE, WoodsCeW. .
March 19, 165C. 5 v .
il
"VTOTICE Is hereby given that the subscribe,
IN-has been, by the probate Court; of Ifftnink-'i
'ty Ohio, appointed Adioinistrator-of Maty 9
Coletuap, Late of said county, deceased.
WILLIAM HENMWL
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