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From th Boston Post. "CaVuktf Speech Hurrah for the Demo- - .flift'iff-'- cratfc Flatfaynv I ' i. The Fremont jourtmls are eulogising Mr. lUnfea's New York speech at the top, oftheir bemr anl they go so far as to say tiiut.Ht takes Mu!i vriih some of the best productions of Ciay aud Webster." $Ve!, we thai! be the last to Bud fault . wit!t atne things iir this speech, and, we ."' are' bound In truth ioaay, things we little 5ciectc4 from such a qaarter.' - We stand 'eady to welcome the doetriuo of non-in tf rVentioB, ns to congress, with the slavery question in the territories, and the right bt the actual '.-settlers to make their rastitn "itions, wherever we find them Strange as .it, may. sound we really find them, in this peecb, so acceptable to the Fremontersl LeV B first pn tin a caveat" Mr. Banks decjarfsjtbat.; as Jo Kansas, T'uo. legisla tion i .required and it-ia .not necessary . tfcat thef halls of congress should be again open'to agitation;' that the people of that tenttorynhould be allowed "to settle the question of slavery for themselves there!" could not have got there withwut it eve n by the help of superhoman Gabriel. Bat bow the election of Fremont on the basis of bitter hatred to the south ia to quiet the country, is a mystery. - The Contest is KyrvcKr.Loutvine, October 8 The Executive American Com mittee have recently made a hew register of their votes in the State, and pronoun- heed certain for Fillmore. The above telegraphic dispatch we find in all oor Northern and Eastern exchan ges. It will be recollected that the Know Nothing State Conncil of Virginia made the same promise last year, and predicted Wise's defeat by twenty thousand votes. When the retnrus ' come ia they found they had made a slight mistake in their calculations, and the result ia Kentueky will show that they have been equally wide of the mark there. Enquirer. FQOCMIMIOH I WILLIAM READ, Sheriff of the said County . of Monroe, in the State of Ohio, do heby THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCiUO V. I Misce II ancous. puni.ism.D KVKKV wkunksoay. TERMS OK SCBSCRIPTIDX : One dollar and fifty cents jvr annum, if pai l in advance; otherwise two dollar will be re- .niA.l 1 rtt filtl a i .rail n. irill in notify the qualified electors of said County, to assemble in their respective townships, at tue payment. usual place of holding elections, on Tue-day, j No paper will be di.scontunied. ose.-pt T). 1S5G. I option cf the publisher, until all anv; UV'UIl IUJ . ....j - ' - . . -; i ; . .. ... j i . . . -. I nr.! 1 and men ana tnere to procrea, as me iiw ui rects, to elet twenty-three electors of Presi dent and Vice President of the L'nito.l States, n pursuance of the Cer.-mttv:ionand laws of the United States. Iu testimony whereof, I hereunto apt my hand this" 7th day of October. A. D. lbSo, at the Sheriff's office, f.t Woodsfield, WILLIAM KKAU. Sheriff M. C. O. MONROE HOUSE, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. TI10S. K. DAYrIS, Proprietor. Misceiltfu eou s. .it believe that legislation was required at thoyast congress in order to enable the 4iepple pf Kansas better to settle this qnes- tiopjana that bad Mr. Toomb'aml! pass- i d the house, as it passed the senate, iirj irlB"efecti6n that is to take place, the nn-1 eontjtational .local laws would have bwn i repealed, and the ballot-box would html -tee'n eompletcly purified and protected by: rftBe;','whole fpower. of the na-tiou. The) course of Mr.. Ianks and1 bis friends pre Tented the pasaaga of this bill, and the for ll'taai repeal of these laws. . . 'Wrth thli1 caveat we give this very last sgulicaa receipt to redress the wrongs tpt jptaaaas. - ' 4 T dd lhi9.no legislation it rttjnutd, Onditinot necessary that Hie .hails of "i"iffr akaH he a nuin OT)nrf ia aaitatlon. Wodeaire the election of a President of 4h United States with siraole views and T'tfrtiehnined will, who will exert the influ feni'of the government in that portion of tJfyritgry of tint United State, mnd allow the people 4f tlut country to settle the ques tion of ttavery for thtMtelves there (ap yrte:);"; We ask no more than this, aud SFBetf wt "Lave succeeded .in the nresiden- '1aJ$fCtin before us, as in the grace of jUQA trt', shall and will succeed,1 (great -arppUnse.) and the fact is proclaimed that Fremont is elected. Kansas' will W strain gj'.;4 v: i . ' o jrestored to freedom,' without legislative act er the interference of the hand of government t 4r$ wyr (Applaaae), So much,' gen itBseal for Vhi remedy in regard to Kan xas that wt -propose. It is a simple, feaiihte.j itate-staanlike prtiosltion t Ef fect the settlement of this question, aud remove a question of ngi ration and .give again the peace which we enjoyed in 225-' r'...:T. y';;.- fEeitalici of course are oars. . Here we ". Business Cards. IDWA&D ABCHB0LD. VM. I. SKHABMOS. ; Arclibold & Richardson, Attorneys at Law, WoodtjieU, Monroe Co., Okie. -A ttorney at Law, Woodsfitli Jionroe C., Ohi: Office two doors souta Probate Office. JUKI. T. ItANDOI.ril, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Wcodtfield, Monroe Ce., Ohio. the are Executed T-ith OtSce. and at r GOODS AT SIMON IIORKHEIMER'S por 3 wk jS min.(i iittw U ibix. year. 2 squares. 2 3. 5. H. 7. JcohiiiiiiT "3 4. 6 if T t c-diimn. 6. " 7. 10 Tl. 1 cohminT 8. 10. -r. "20. 25 J03 Pill ST IX -J natnei4 snl U-j'.iti.h at tlw asonal le piici-s. TERMS OK ADVr.KTiS'.XG: j fTilE propritor of th; hovn natnil well I known r.n.l popular luiiise. hti3 leave to ! lemind the pulilit: that it still nif i iti and 'main tains it.-: old i'j!it;!t:.on. lit- h;vi . i'ate u t'; e dici H 1 ;o si STEED'S HOTELS' choose the best from yooDSFiELD, ohio. ; ; ALL THE GOOD I"; : ; -, i . .. ' BT3 ' bi' TO WIT T T AAf ILMn Pi-nnr nlfii- ! at T extt-nsi v.'. co?tlv inii'.roTfinei! ter prenaretl nsnv th;tii cvr h.-n- i niinistsr t t!ie comfort of his painm:. ' lirowlws tha: -,:o liottl iu the town sh II U JOHN SINCLAIR,. Attorney at Law, W Will practice in Monroe and adjoining Counties. OiEce up stairs over Sinclair & Ba ker's grocery. ' S. aolXlSTER. WX. OUT. ft. HOLLISTEB. Iloilister, Okcy & Hellister, Attorneys at Law, , ' Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. r ' J. MARTIV. 8. M. KICHAKDSOX. Drs. Martin & Richardson, LENDER their Professional services to the citizens of WOODSFIELD and vicinity 3gF0flice over Kirkb ride's stre Dr. J. G. McGollough, . " T70RMERLT of MALAGA, nai M JJ ord to BB&LLSYILLE, and entered into eo-partnenbip with Dr. T. II. ARMSTRONG. Office up stairs over Wollcn- Webef's store room.' i . ' ' Mbj 28, 185U Sm. ; DR, T. C. KIGER, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Besidenoe & Office at W.C. Anshutz's, ly'- '' t ' ClaringtoB, Monroe Co., O. Dr. J. II. Pierson The nndertiend has iat opened a LARGE MjJ FASIIIONAHLK a8ortmnt of PALL and winteb goods, Conniating ia part ot the fallowing articles: PRY GOODS, groceries, qtjeensware, HARDWARE, HATS, CAPS, BONNETS. T BOOTS. - SHOES, Ready Made Clothing etc. Ladies, especially, will find in his estahlish meat, the best and most fashionable variety o Ladies Dross Goods, together with all kinds of fancy goods, Farmers and others from the country win find cheap and substantial staple goods. The following are specimens of his prices. Forty pieces of first-rate brown muslin at EIGHT AND A HALF cents per yard. Ten pieces of good luter at THIRTY ONK AND ONE FORTH cents per yard. Good Cabinet coats at TURKU DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS. He has also an extensive assortment of oth er goods which he will sell at the lowest prices. Bring on your CASH OR PRODUCE and get good bargains in return. MMUtN 11UUM1.IM.K. Woodsfield O. Oct. 15, 185G. (Twelve lines, or loss, will be charged as one square. t5"All ltftal advertisements will be charged by the square. THE LAW Or NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not gia express no tice t the oontrary, are considered as wishing to '-outinue their subscription. . If subscribers order the discontinuance of their newspapers, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the offices to which they are directed, they are held responsible till they have settled the bill, and ordered them discon tinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the pa pers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing ami leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. better aceouiimn.lfitions fr the jrr.ie money, THOMAS K. DAVIS. N. B. Cspccial are takeu of horses. March 2i. 10 'j. "Ml E' above nsun-d Hotel, bavin? undergone a thorough, repairing, is now iu a first rate t'oivlitinn tn nf.r,riiinniv!:iTp rlrs and travel- ..ciit.y maue j u The tM s, ; , npartlnei5ts, Sc., shall be r.iu-h a to render this Hotel second to none in the place. Every attention Will paid to t host who favor him with their custom, to make their ftay pleasant and agreeable. Chargts reasonable as -any other Hotel in" town. - WILLIAM READ, Woodsfiki.d. March 19, lb&i?. . nd i het- ifore to ad- ' He I give j I Monroe. Mutual FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, WOODSFIELD. OHIO. This company, being organized under a favor able charter obtained from ths Legislature, is now in a prosperous condition, and readv. to Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables, I Store Houses, Shops, &c, &c, against loss by j fire. JaTftXOa-intemnUon as to coftgres3, ajS. rAFFERS his profeasional rtutid Kit government as to the territory U p U the citizens of Wooa Smith servioea to WooDsriKLD and vicinity. He has rvtnoved his efsce to the room formerly oecupied by Dr, nay 16 '55. N E W G OO D S AT CLARIjS'GTON. The undersigned is just receiving direct from the Eastern cities; a large and splendid stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING STORE. Aro. 35, Cor. of Monroe Sr Water Sts. WHEELING, YA., tva ail y - n DIRECTOR3. MOLLIS! KU, ISAAC SMITH, C. IHEHL. 3. VI. ARMSTRONG, J HOWNDS, JOHN KKKR, WILLIAM STEKT.. DAVENPORT, Pres't. NATHAN JNO. M. K1RKBRIDK. LEWIS 9H1PLKT, XT. A. TALBT, J. B. OBi.ITtGER, WM. L1TTEN. JOHN A. N. IIoLLisTF.it, Treas. J. B. NOLL, Secretary and General Agent. Oct. 24, 1S55. THOMAS HUGHES, Fashionable Merchant Tailor ing and Gentleman's Furnish ing Establishment, . . No. 35, Cor. Main i Water Sts. Garments of cvnry discrijition made to or der in the latest & most fashionable styles and warranted to fit or no sale. Jnly 2, lijjtf 6m V i IfTT 17 linninrtTnn. PKEPARKD AND SOLD BY DR. S. FELLEB8. 'GreenOeld, Highland.couuty, Ohio. . " -pCLirTIC UNIMENTPriee - 25 et. per Ll bottle ; Also, a.50 cent bottle holding thre times, the amount.. i . This Medicine, havuii been f.ire the pnblie about six years, has, from experieaee piven general satisfaction to Thousand'' It opei-ates tmtirely different -frfc. all ether Lini ments heretoftfre presented to the Vublie. Having its .spacihc effect upon the nerree, H has imwer to destroy nil ,i, ,... t ; . from injury or disease; restoring wt -r,- their original feeling and strength, and gifiag . ' ""iiun iu mu jniiiis, SC. v To the afnicted it is. the cheapest LisiWmt In the West, being dpnbl'e , the strength of other in nse, and the bott.e fully as large. ' The Eclectic Liniment ia peculiarly adapted . to ixtekxal as well as mrixu nikuaii entirely a vegetable compound. -f ,J . OR A'EGETABLB. EXPECTORANT, ' For Coughs, Colds; and Affections? of , : the Lungs.;: . y '.i C rRTCE40 CENTS PER BOTTLE. This Halsain is a compound entirely regeta e. From its extensile nse and unnliaxtion LOOK HERE, YOU THAT WANT CHEAP GOODS! CALL AND GET Til KM AT COST! j pV'Ti ,1ilsU of '.he sick the pioprietor con- "I intend closing out my entire stock of goods, 1 tho T1 I "Ji p S now manufacturing his stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING . consisting of every variety of Over-Coats, Dress and Business Coats of all styles and variety; Also, 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. 6m HE undersigned is now receiving a fresh supply of DRY GOOHS. direct from the East, suited to the season, which he offers for sale at prices which cannot fail to please purchasers. Call and examine for yourselves. iVt r a s v. NT) All persons indebted to the sab , Li scriber by not or book account, will please call and settle their respective ac counts as I need money at this time; on all ac counts standing over six months, interest will be charged. R. C. ClarisiOtos, Doc. 2G, 1S55. e wanting anyining in our line, win tind it to their advanta-re to CALL AND SEE FOR THEMSELVES, and avail themselves of the opportunity of bnving at COST, as ws are determined to sell cut. R. CHASE. X. EJ. All persons indebted to the sub scriber, are called on to come forward and PAY OFF their respective accounts, without delay; those neglecting so to do, may expect their accounts left in the hands of proper offi cers for collection. R. CHASE. Clakinoton, May 14, 1S5S. ! si TILL be received from now until the 2.1th n.ientiy presents it to the public as a remedy unsurpassed by any other! for th irnf class of .diseaes..for which it is recommended. Hundreds of those, who have nsed'lf.re . ready to testify to its efficacy but the nse f one or two bottles will" do more to convince those afflicted with Couehs, Colds, Infiden- -za, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping Conph, Pains m the Chest, am! U Tii,. f the Throat tind Lungs, than the testimony .of any number of witnesses, try H and you will need no further evidence. ": - V It does not profess to cure all diBeases, nor noes it profess to cure Consumption jtt Its stage, but it will cure if taken in titn. ard nse.l freely, and other precautions taken as.st .stnresiidi as diet, proper exereue, Attention pa.d to cioihing, Uo. n Dr. TV. H. Dowell, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND DENTAL SURGEON, Antioek, Monroe Co., Ohio. Dr. R. M. Andrews, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON gsfResidence in Adams township, on his farm adjoining Wax. Alexander. June 27, 1855. ; . TOT CO flerp we bare Mr.: Bank's 'advocating the Uat to mage the matter clearer, let us atiote a train. Mr Banks says: . "'., JAtix 4aeahoD U 'not '"that we shall leg lalate against the south upon the question of Biavenr. It is not that we shall legis late upon the question of the fugitive bIhvp laflr;T;We dou'c raise the qaestio'n wheth er m. tit future extension of our territory, Uvrjr ahail be . prohibited or bo. Wb abandon all these questions." ' ' f WhatI ' AH --abandoned? What, tW repeal of the fugitive slave law, legis lative "prohibition of slavery, all legislation STP-aihat T.he nonth nnon th nnextinn nf veryj.b.rndoned! Tes; this is the la- g (J 1 JJ Jjj i T1ST, KUSKCl VUUUTCBS lias UUlUlUtT 0 UU IU: 1 . . . PERMANENTLY LOCATKD AT TLansaS In case reuiout is elected: noth- SOMEETOIT. inz At. all I This U the rich and recherche Announces I to , the public that he is prepared atertainment to which Mr. Biiaks cool- lo cuie 11 Vn?8 01 v I , . usual rates, particular care wiu w uuu PRESERVE NATURAL TEETH, and no one will be reuttired to take any work without being entirely satisfied. Tho having decayed teeth would perhaps do well to give him a call . SOilKRTON, sopt. lStk, 1856. (ly.) O O X & m Consisting in part of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Qneensware, Iron, Nails, Ready Afade Clothing, &c, &c, Also a very large and extensive assortment of Boots and Shoes. AU of which he will sell at the very lowest prices for Cash or Country Produce. As he is doing a lasii .Busiiics., Exolusively,' he natters himself he can give good, if not better BARGAINS than can be had elsewhere. JAMES FARRIER. Suspish, Sept. 22, 1856. (tf.) 1 AYER'S Cathartic Pills, (SUGAlt COATED,) AM MA1 10 J. S. ELY, V,' Jlf nd philosophically, with the. greatest Botichalanc iu the world,, iuvites his re publican friends.. It's a - euod dish for then.-;; May they relish it aud digest it, Itomes too, In ; good'time. The host is fresh fro in Jiis Worcester c&rvluk Bauks' Ust'effoi't was to tiittke the worshipuer of OJosind- out Sdl6S nnmuBF s I lrmrr iiip inn min urnrft I tried' all last winter to get his place in the enate; and Banks succeeded. The rc abiieaua are uow licking tha very bauds that flourished the scimetar - above Sum awr head 'We wish ihemMoy at their bw'table.-; ; ; . ,....' '4.jear has wrestled ; most wonderfully witaMr. Banks' union views. -Think of what h said last year 'and compare' it with what he says now. Goodngss gra ciouty what a change! .. Last year he said, Abft Uuiou Wer to be used these were bia'worda to maintain, ;'perpetuate and f fo'I6ga'te chattel 1. properiy in mun, iu Tather.' words, human slavery this Union , capuot stand and ought nut to stand." It will-be remembered that he spokeY at the satne conTttition " with the disuuioniet , .Wade, of Oai Banks said also: .5 ' Up VTo this point we all can agree that if the ' r . ' . i a. i . . QDjeoioi.vaigoTernuiBui uo mo ieiirni aiion of human slavery and chattel boud sjthia Union cannot longer be " main taiBfcd.'' Under such circumstances, Banksaid -let it slide.' " tttl this year MrTJanks wants no leg iJaiobeveo en the fugitive slave law.: -JJow the jole object of the fugitive slave law it to perpetuate slavery by returning fugitives; and yet Mr. Bunks and the re publicans uow conuoecnd to accept the '- Uniottrwith slavery, the fugitive slave law sadall! Wa ther,S "ever su' h a' turn . fOtrnd-JcoOwa; beibre?. It would not .be -wrj surprising 'it ;rowerj to see Banks Wilson, Sumner s and Uhc whole howliuir pack, in six tOOHths voluntoeriiig to aid thegeueral.ij(veruaejit ia'r(?tu.rniig fugi ' tfve slave. . r ; ' ca.-.ttvU- Xisteo to Mr Banks again: ' -'"Ilsfcresscdjhis con vietion that the agltatioi?of the Ja very questiou was prej ndicial to the busiaess interest of every TO TEACHERS. THE Board of School Examiners of Monroe County, will hold meetings, at the school house in WOODSFIELD, for the purpose of examining teachers, on the following days, viz : SATURDAY,' October 4th, 1856. " nth, " 18th, " " November 1st, " 15fA,. " 29th, " " December 20th, " Examinations to commence at 8 o'clock, A. M .... VI. .v. v. ...v . WILLIAM WHEELER, Clerk of B. S. E. M. C. 0. Sept. 24, 1656. 3m. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. for the Season. S ton c &" Tho in as At THE BEE HUT: STORE, Wheeling, Va.,; HAVE A FEW $1000 WOBTH Of Sum mer Dry Goods, Suchns SUMMER DRESS SILKS and Sitins, Tissues arepes, Clally " De Laines, Argentines (a new article of rich dress Goods, as rich as Silks,) ROBES, GINGHAMS, PRINTS, &c, White Crape . and Stella Shawls, Mantiliu. Talmas very rich best Slock in Wheeling this season. BONNETS and RIBBONS, etc., etc., which we have determined to sell at great s:tcriSce to make room for FALL TRADE. GREAT BARGAINS GIVEN! CaTLOOiC OUT! Many article at lest than their cost remnants at almost any price. STONE & THOMAS. August 20, 18BG. 6w. . half : f aeetion of the country, aad was productive ; Vtxf a'oracUcal'" bent-fit .of Bn'j'klnd.., 1 " Ttat's' Juijt-jibat Mr. -Buchauan says; what the democratic .party. jsay: ;what all meoTof comaioit sense say. ;-!vThe agitation - j 0f the slavery question has produced np ' practical benefit 7. ie"--- It has . . -p-ilj xaie4 ito 8i 9 et of men who Dissolution of artnerskip. NOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership lately subsisting between Jambs Buchaiab and Hknkt Langb, under the firm ef Bvchaxax JSc Laxob, was dissolved on the 20th -day of Acgast, 1S5U, by mutual content. . All debts due to the said firm are to be received by the said James Buchanan; and all demands on the firm will be paid by him. JAMES BUCHANAN, I Sept. 3, 1856. HliNBY LANGB. fPHE "Jfonroe County Teacheri' Association" I will hold its next meeting in the town of WOODSFIELD, for the term ot two weeae, commencing on - Monday, October 20th, 1856, The exercises in teaching will be conducted by the following persons, yu: i t ; Orthography vviuiam u. isarnes ana a. j. Sutton. Reading R. L. Morris and S. A. Graham. Writing Wm. Wheeler and B. Towell. Arithmetic J. O. Amos and E. Martin. Grammar B. Powell and George Mason. CograAy John Brooks and J. C. Clark Philosophy William K. TiptAn and Win Wheeler. Chemistry A. J. Sutton and William F. Hanter. PhytiologyJ. C. Clark and J. O. Ames. Besides the regular exercises above enumer ated, varions arbjeets f rtaining to the busi ness of teaching will be discussed by the socie ty, during the evening. It is desirable that all teachers should be in attendance at the beginning of the session. Teachers from ether counties are cordially invited to attend and participate in our delib erations. . By order of the Association. - J. C. CLARE, Seo'v. Sept. 17, 1S56. 6w. - MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Y virtue of a mandate to me directed from the court of Common l'lea of the county of Jtfonroe and State of Ohio, in the case of Anthony Sheets against John Flanagan, there will be offered for sale, at publio auction, at the door of the court house, in the town of Woods field, in said county, on Monday, the 20th day . of October, 185 between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m.f and o'clock, p. m., of said day, the following real estate, lying and being in said county, to wit: The south west quarter of the north west quarter of section twenty-nine, township three and range forur. Wm. OKEY, Mas. Com. sept. 17. $2 00 JUon.Com. fleas. LANGE BROTHERS IIV'S' to close out their entire stock of GOODJ,- between now and the 15th of 3etiteunter, at . BALTIMORE PRICES! tgTFor Cash aad Country Produce. DRY GOODSFANCY GOODS, ! HARDWARE QUEENS WARE, ,UATS, CAPS. MEDICINES, : a i GROCERIES,. &c, Ac., ' Everybody in want of suoh articles is invited togi?ethmaiaU attheirtorehoose, formerly occupied y JjDCMAJiAJt" LAjrex, opposite tae poet office - -'' ; woousBvia, repi. a, xeoo. CLEANSE THE PLOCD AND CUBE TEE SICK luvullris, F'nllrr, M ol Itcra, Pliyaiclana, PttllanlUropists, rrml thrir KflVcts, aud Judge of llielr Virtues. KOR TUB CUKE OF Ileadache, Sick Hednche,Foul Stomnch. PlTTsmjRO, .May 1, IS5B. 1)r. J.C. AtkR.- Sir: I liave liwn rejiPiitrdly cnrnl of the. worst liroilHclie ny bixly can have l,y a iliwe or two of Tour It u-riue loait-- (rm a foul ntuinwh. iiirh thoy cleanw at one. If tin y will cure otlwn aa tliey Jo nie, the fa-t in wtrth kuowiug. Tmirs with grt iwit. KT. W. I'ltKItLE, Ccr'- S!r,iiHtr Vtttriim. Bilious Disorder mid T.ivcr Complaints. llKPXBTWKST OF THE lMFl'l, Wa8II1si:tom. ). C. 7 Fro- 185ti. Sir: T liav now! your I'illn in my pMinral an l iiwpital pi-artice evtr since yon nsmSr lliom. an l mini, it Imiuileto t tliry ain thn lt cotliartln we eninlov. Their reiru kitiits at'tiun on the liter i.- .tii. Ji an l ile.-i.litl. conw.jinMit ly they are an a-hnivaMe n-niily for ilemmtcnienrs ,.f :liat cii-jrau! 1 n,l.,l 1 have .-l,loin fonn.l a nue of bilious tlif tare no oliHtiuatc Hint it ilht tioi temlily vii-1,1 to tlu'ln. fi-ateiimlly your. Al.o.VZ-i I'.AI.l- M. P.. P.'.jacian nf the Marine llnrpilnl. liyyeiitery, Hrlax, and Worms. Post Orrji-it, IIaiih.nd, I.iv.Co., ;ira., iov. lb. isi. TK. ArtR: Your li'.l are the lierfecliou of imi-iiiilie. They have ilone my wife more ftxi than 1 can te!! you. She'lm'I lien nick ami piniuu away for month. Weill off to lie Aictoreil at cn-nt uxjne, but cot no Iwtter. Sh then mninienrnl takincyour ems. wtin-ii rnreu nor bT exoelliiiK larpe quantiiiea of wornu (lea,li fitun her bxlv. Tliey Rfterwnnla cure.) her ami our two rl.il, Iron of hloo.lv rtyaenterv. One of onrneiitlilrihii.l it Iwl an. m wife cureil him with two dour of your fill, whih. ottiera aroiinil na iiil from fiva to twenty dollars iloclo.V bill, and loat much time, without Iwing cured enlirrh Ten then. Such a mdicine aa ymirs. which ia actual l rood and houeat. w ill lie orized liere. GKO. J. ORIFKIN. Thtlma-4er. Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood. M-nm Her. J. 1". Himee, fhnliir nf Advent Cliurch. Dr. Atek: 1 iave nacd your I'ilto with extraonlinai-j mere in my family ami anionn thoae 1 am oilleil tovii in illatreaa. to re-iilate the oritan of dicestion and mirifj tha Wood they are the Terr lieat remeily I liave eve. known, and I can coiifldenlly recommend them to ni friemla. Youn, J. V. IIIMK8. Warsaw, Wtomino Co N. T.. Oct. 24. lfWSft. Dt Sin : I am naiiiK your Cathartic Pills in my prai tice, and find tliem an excellent puntative to cleatme th ayatem and tiurify tin fountain of the hlood. JOHN (5. MKACIIAM. M. V. Erynipetae, Seiofii1:, KinsN Evil, Tetter, Tumors, and Salt Rheum. from a Frwnliig Merchant of ' owe. M. 4. 18.MI. Piu Ateh : Your Pill are the paragon of all that it jieat in medii-ine. They have cured my little danglne of uh-emua aore upon her han-la and fi-et that had prove, incnrable for years. Her mother luu lieen lotif jtiievou ly afliicted with hlotche and pimples on her kin and it, her liatr. After our child was cured. he also tried your Pilla. and they have cured her. ASA MORC.HIIHIK. Rheumatism, Pieuinlpin, nnd Gout. ram tlx I'er Or. Hamlet, nf the Meth-ilist f.. 7.i.reA 1viask1 Ilovyc. Savaskab. Oa Jan. . 15H. Honored Sir : 1 should he ungrateful for the relief yoni kill ha h'.onisht me if 1 did not report my iwf to yon A add mtUed in my linil and hruuclil on cxernciatiiu, neuralgic pailn. which emlel in chronic rln-uniatinni NotwillintnndiliB I had the Iwnt cf phyaiciati. tlie tliscar. grew worse anil worse, iiniil. hy the advice if your vxtt lent agent Iu raltui.ore. it. JiacKeiine. tnen jour Their effect were slow hut mire. 1 y persevering in tin an of tlit-m I am now entirely wen. Senate Chamber, Baton Roooe. I.a., 5 Pec.. 1S",S. Dr. Atkr : 1 liave la-en entirely cured ly your Pills ol Klieuumtic Oont a painful disease that had nft'icteil no for years. Y1NCKNT Sl.l I'Kl.l.. For Uropsv, riethora, or kindred Com plaint, reipiiiing an active jiuige, they are an excel lent remedy. For C'oj'tivenea or Constipation, and nf m IMaacr Pill, they ai-e atieeal-le mki el ei-lual. Fit, Suppression, l'aralyM, Inflamma tion, and ev-n IH-afneaa, and Partial Uiiud tcaa, hav been cured by tho alterative action of thee Marble Cut ting. IIK underpinned is currying on the busi ness of MAR BUi CUTTI.Nil in its various brandies in Moundsville, Marshall Co., V a. Those wishinss Marble Tomb Stones, can be fur nished with them in ANY STYLE OF WORKMANSHIP by leaving their order with John Sinclair or Wm. F. Richardson, Esqrs., Woodsfield; or with Jaraea Collins, Sunaxh, Ohio. Dee. 26, 1855. P. CAWLFIELD. WORKER m MARBLE, BARNESV1LLK, BULMOXT CO., O., 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, m the most workman-like manner, and of the best material, in as sood a stvle nnd on as reasonable terms as any othei establishment in the West. Please give him a call. jan. 30. dav of Aumist, at the Auditors Office of Monroe County, Ohio, for the delivery of 1200 Bushels cf Coal; three hundred at the Probate Judge's ofiico; j three hundred to the Recorder" office, and six j iinndred at the County Jail. ' Iwne but GOOD COAL will be received. It j must be measured in a two busLsl measure, at the place of delivery. By order of the Commissioners. J. S. 1IOLLIDAV, Auditor. E T I. T I R S 1 7 V SOB T A B LS . r ' . i A FAMILY MEDICINE. Pa I All. i'A 15. 500 C011DS OF TAN J5A1.K, AT the SUNFIsa TAXX1-.RY, for which the highest Cash price will be paid. We keep constantly on hind all kinds of LEATIIKR usually kevt at a Tannery; also all kinds of TOOLS end PJNMXUJ for SHOEMA KERS, which will be sold as low as they can be had at an establishment in the county. C. LORKN3TE1N: & Co. ScKHsn, April 23, lS5t tf. HI? 1 LL persons indebted to Wm. II. Mauobt either by note or book account, will please call and settle s'ojm, as 1 intend hereafter doing a cash business for the time I remain in Mon roe county, I will "sell the 000DS in my line a good dexl less than they have ever been sold in this place,. (but terms CASH.) WILLIAM II. MALLORY. Clarimgtox, May 7. 1&00. tf. and j Summer Gloods. Eastern cities, a e? tr -IT; "J. ., m NalSiiB rl f: Ti f LOOKHERF, rpiIE undersigned having sold out his stock ot J Confections, Groceries, Hardware, Queens waia, Notions, &c, to William Lippincott, will hereafter .-ontinue the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Liquor business exclusively, and will sell at prices which cannot fail to please purchaser. My stock of touunon 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, Catawbaand Maderia Wines;. Old Bourbon, Old Rye, Old MonongaheU, Irish and Rectified Whisky; also Holland Gin, Do mestic 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 tor family or medici nal purposes, can rely on getting a pure article, by calling at the corner of Main and Watei Street, Snnfish, Ohio. Nov. 21, 1855. WM. U. MALLOXt I. pring UST RECEIVED from the naw trtoek of Consisting of every variety usually kept in a village store. Also Ke : uly-M tul e C 1 o 1 1 1 i n p: Constantly on hand aa l for- srIo at reduced pricei. ; CLOTIIINO MADE TO ORDT'.R in the latest fashions and best slyhw, and war- ( ranted to be equal to any work done in the west. C-dl au.t examine for yourselves. - R. CHASE. Clarisotox, Nor. l$5r-ly J'hese Pills are .U.if quailed by any" MetU- ' ane lnu an for Curing Diseases aris Jng rot a Deranged Liver x Pr.ICE" TWEXTY-FIYE CENTS. f A? a remedy for many of the dieas pet L.u o ci.. West, the Eclectic Pills have, B equal; puch as Bitlious Disease, for cleanij the fcyaUin generally in Chills, Fever ami Ajrne to acton the Liver and Secretions turo DbpepsU, SiuJt Headache, Jaundice, XI fections of the Kidneys, and diseases of tfc B'.tio.l cure Costireness, &c. They cleans the Stomach and Bowels, operate speeiflaally ujion the Liver and Secretions, givetorM to the Digestive organs, and establish a healthy aa tiou iu the whole system. Thus not only re-"; moving present diseases, but preparing the 8y teia to iesit future attaeks of the sam.' '" These Pills have been leforc the public abomt foaryears, and (hey hnve seqnired a repuUtiaw j for the cure of LIVKIt COMJ'L.4INTS as wU j as oilier diseases for which they are reaouio j mended which has never been equalled f ! anv i-enic,: v, heretofore offered to the DtlWlia. ill the r.iuie leiiLiu in lime. - . i i ' iT Ail the fnregoitsj; Family Afedicines ar prepar-d" and sold i.y DR. S." FELLERS. ' I only authorized agent in Weda. i Celd ia . . A. D. DRIGUS. . j Ji:lie , !StJ ly. , . , .-j' . Pay All persons without distinction !ca v in themselves indebted to the firm of N. Koeliler & Co., must c:Ul soon and settle: otherwise they may find their account in the hands of an ollice:-. N. KOKHLEU & Co. Woodsfield, Feb. 13. ltDu' if B1 Clarington Lodge. No 2S3, Of F. & A. Masons, meets the Monday on preceding the full moon in each month. J. D. OCOiNJNUK, VV. at. or Pilla. Mint of the pill tn market contain Mercury, which, al though a valuable remeily iu akilfnl hanila, ia ilaneeronr tn a public pill, from the dreadful conseiiiii rceB that fre qiMtitly follow iia incautiou e. Theae contain ao mer- eary or niiueral ulwtaoce whateyer. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL FOR TI1J5 RAPID CURE OF NOTICE. Is hereby given that a petition will be pre sented to the ComraiBnioiiers of Monroe county Ohio, at their next session, asking for 4 graded county rood from fcrdis in Oh o township, to Aatioeh in '.Perry township; couiuiepuiug at Sardis; thence down the River to the mouth, of Narrow's run thence up said run to the . low gap,near theresidence of Jno. Robinson, thence down Walnut camp run, the nearest aud best route to Henry Eglebery's mill, the near est and best route to Antioch, the grade of said road not to exceed 5 degree?. ' . - i Aany Petitioners. 8ept. 17, 184. .. (pd.) Justice's Blanks for sale at this office -tv;.;:-:":.:11-- - COrGHP,COLOS,HOAKEKEP,lNFM' KKZA, BRONCHITIS, AVIIOOPIKO COt'GH, CltOl'P, ASTHMA. IX CIPIENT COSV;IPTIOM, and for th reltef of consTimptlee paUeuU in aJyancei tagea of the diseaao. . , RV W need not freak to the fUMif tT Ifa virtue -hronehont every town, and almoet ever' hanlcl of tin I T American State. it wonderful enm of pulmonary reiii plaint have made it alnaily known, tsay. few are iiw Uniiliea in any civilized conntiyon this continent witnoti MM tieraonal epcrience of ita eflta: aud fewer yet th. communitiei any where which have not among then wou liviiic trophy of ita victory over the nl.tle an.l i.at. f orou diaeaae of the throat and kings. W lile tt Is th; moat ponerful antidote yet known to man for the fianii dable and dangerona diw-afea of the pulmonary organ. I ia alto the pleasantcat and aafrst remedy that ran la- em ployed for infanta and yotinc iwrwma. Parent anoul have tt In itoi-e apaimt the iiwidion enemy that atcai. upon them unprepare.1 We liave ebiimlant aronnda ti believe the Ciii bkt Pf.rroBAi. savea mure live hy ti e eim inniptiuii it prevent than those Ir riire. Keep it in yon. and cure yonr cold wlilla they are cuiil.le, mr m-g (act them until uo buman "kill niaater the inexomtn i. .i... .... i Aura vunr life away All know tlie ilrelfiil finality f lung ilwirder. and a liey know ton tb virtue of thto remedy we need not m more than toaaaur tliem it i atill made the lieat it can be. We ajian) no roat. co can, no i io pwur qioat paifect pmallde an l thii affonl thnae who rely ol i beat airent whli-n our hkiii i an 1111 men . ...... ABBIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS AT SUNFISH, OHIO. EabTKKK MAiLXeae Wheeling (by Steam boat Stephen Bayard,) at 10 o'clock A. Al., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ; arrives at Sunfish same days at 1 o'clock P. M. Return ing leave Parkersburgh b o'clock A. Al., 1 ues days, Thursdays and Saturdays; arrive at Sun fish from 4 to 6 o'clock P. M.t same days. Woodsfield Maii Depart Mondays and Thursdays at 4 P. M., and arrives Tuesdays and Fridays by 9 A. M. it the beat a'ent PREPARED BY DR. J.C. AVER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Ltfwell, Mass . soli It 1 J. M. Kirkbride, WoodaGeld; Armstrong Moonev & Co.. Beallsville; Kotzebue & Obliiicer, Malai?a; Charles Hare, Sum merfieldi and by all dealers io Medi . cines everywhere. ; ; , Ajigast 20, 1S84. ' Wm. F. Booth, S. W. Rodt. Chase, J. W. Petkk Wadk, J. D. Jac. W. Howell, S. D Wm. T. Hcbo, Sec'ry. James Collins, Tyler. Oliver Lebes' Estate. VfOTICK is hereby given, th.nt the subscriber XN was appointed and qualified by tin re bate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, as admin istrator of the estate) of Oliver Lebe. jr., late of Monroe county, deceased, on the Hth day of June, 1S5G. FREDERICK BURKHART, June 18, 1SB(5. Administrator. PETITION FOR DIVORCE. Court of Common Pleas of Monroe Coun ty, Ohio. LOUISA IIARAl'ST will take notice, that on the 27th day of June, 16'iti, Jacob llarapst, filfiHn said Court, his petition for. Divorce from his said wife. Cause wilful absence foi wore than three years. Said petition will be for hearing at the October term ls5ii, of said Court. . JOHN S. WAY, July 2, 1856. Gw- Att'y for petitioner. WANTED! TWO HUNDRED CORDS OF TAN BARK AND FIVE HUNDRED HIDES AND CALFSKINS. T Gratigsy's Tannery, in Beallsville, fcr which . the highest CASH price will be paid,. , All kinds of LEATHER constantly kept on hand, and for sale on reasonable terms, by the subscriber, THADDEUS A. G RATIO NY. Beallstilif, May 7, 1S56. TiiE UNIVERSITY'S-FAMILY'. REMEDIES, : ' ssned under the Seal, Sanction and Authority ' ef THE UNIVERSITY OF FREE MEMC1NI AN rCrTLAR KNOWLEDGE, , " Chartered by the State of Pennsylvania, t - April 29, 1853, ; WITH A CAI'I I A I. OF $100,000. ... y Mainly for the purpose of arresting the evil, of Spuriovs aid Worthless Nostrums; -Also, for supplying tho Community irJth ri-I . liable Remedies wherever a Competent ' rhyrtJ eirtn cannot or will not be employed. ! This Ivi r stitution has purchased from Dr. J0RHt ,..r ROWAND. his celebrated ' - . 1 . tn HowanrVs Tonic Mixture' Knoivn'for upwards of twenty-five years as th ' only sure and safe cure for FEVER axd AGUX, .Sec, and ltU inestimable' Reniely for BOWSt 5 t.'OAl PLAINT'S, . ROWAND'S poiiiU; I Up Ul DUILKUL'ITJ IVvUty Which highly approved and popular Reme-" dies, together with ' ; , i.-Js ? ? "-- The University's Remedy for CoMrLAlSTS ) i the Lrsos; r The University's Remedy for' Dtspbfsia, ' -xr' IsnoESTIO: " -; - Vt ' Tho University's Remedy for Costivb Bowklsj Aio. te U.'ivrksitv's Almakac may be haoL, at the Brab.h Dispensary, or store of . . - LEVI BALDWIN', "; Snnfish, Monroe Co. 6. '?' Also by Wm. STEEI & SON, Stafford, OhlO.'-i. Aslo by .1 a curt T. Mor.:ll, Sunfish Ohio.- ;"; July 11, Ib55. I ftrnTiovn lo st 1 1 v Kail Arrangements. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE of th Mails at and from Woodsfield: Babnesvillb Arrives every aay (except onn day) at 12 o'clock M. Departs every day (ex cept Sunday) at 1 o'clock p. M. BarjiBSVUXB (via caiais; arm evurj Wednesday and Saturday at ltf o'clock M. De parts every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 P. M. Marietta Western rouiei arrives evij Tuesdav and Thursday at 7 P. M. Departs ev- erv Monia.v and Wednesday at 5 A. M. Marietta Southern route i Arrive veij Saturday at 7 iy:: Departs every tnuay at 5 A.M. Bosfish caarington) Arrives very Monday and Thursday at 13 M. DepaiU same day at 1 r. M. ' " " . St. Clairsvillb Arrives ev jry Monday an.i Friday at 7 p. M. " Depaits every luesdayan.i Saturday at 5 A. Mi '- "" ' ' ffMMOTHY SEED, Ky. Blue .irass Seeds I rint. Su.i (innlttii eeds, vc, &c, for Sale at ivvKlUUuE'S. Blank Deeds and Justices 3flank jr pale at this office Legal Notice ; (CATHARINE SP1LLERS, of the State of Iowa, j will take notice that on the 13th day of August lb56, at the inst: n ;e of V llliam Mc- Knight as Administrator f William C. Martin, deceased, .a summons and oiderof attachment was issued against her by Joel K Randolph, Esq., a Justice of the Peace in 'and for the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, demand-J ing $50 with interest from April 12, 151.1 That said summons was returned defendant not found, and said attachment returned endorsed . . ...... no goods, ccc. to-.nato auacnwitn a suggestion that said defendant had an interest in real estate in said county. The said Administra tor afterwards on the both day of August, lboti, tiled a transcript of the said pi nceedings . 'in the court of common pleas of said county. upon which the said Adiuinistiator obtained an order of attachment ' front said court, for the sum aforesaid, which has been returned served. The said defendant will also take notice, that oil the 30th day of August, l5ti, said plaintiff liled in said court his petition m civil action ;igainst said defendant demanding said sum of money; and that unless said defendant shall appear in said corrt, on or before the third Saturday after the 6tli day of October, ls5 6; and answer said petition, that at the October term of said court, lS5l, the plaintiff will ask for a judgment against the defendant by de fault for $50, with interest from the 12th day of ipril, A. D. 1S51. UOLLISTJSR, OKET & 1-IOl.IJSTBR, - ' 3-.3,186. . .; Att'ys for Plaintiff. COVERLET .AND ;CARElw fJHIE undersignsd is engaged in wearing COT- . J ERLETS and CARPETS of every style soA'-. variety. . : ; , . v ..--;? V ' He has two looms, one. of which weaves tw r different figures, and the other eight, as follow 5 Philadelphia Beanty, Bellsville WretV,-' -Beauty of the West Lady's Ftmey f Gentleman's Fancy, Highway' i ? ? ; Bloom, Cranberry Vine, iiy, ;' Farmers' Choice, tjl1: . ' Vntarnrtv.. an.l TAt4k Cta ' a,j BU14 4UIU tWhflaXtt The the first Either double or single Coverlets wove, 441 the shortest notice. ' . , , . '..wkP Those having no chain can' be supplied by the undersigned. The following are his terms l"' Coverlets, per pair, $5,00 or 2,25 each tor"i three or niore; Coverlets all woven ,withut t seams.' ' Carpnts Common 10 vents per TrA-a 1 ....1. V:.. 111 . - . Ttlji uouuie cnaiu x-j ecu is per yara last eight are woven with a seam. And it two without seams. 4 c'-1 " w 1 I - CHARLES BRUKE:t'il J; MiLToKssunsH,! June 25, lb5G.' ':.'! Jrtatiottpj N. II -Coloring dpne in the. best possfhhwai syle. 6m. ' . . - . - . THE 'undersigned wishes to' empfoy';' w 4- THREE iOODi CIGARMAKERS i-H?t at his Shop iu Sunfish. ; c noci. He will pay, V heeling prices to: good wiwli - ! men" who will apply soon. . ., A.'-.:jvt"-"aol -"" HK alwavs keeps on hand a large supply f. ' EXCELtKNT CIGARS and CUT-AND UtJT TOJJACCO. " Merchants and others dealiaj V tbee articles will find it to their advanta"- purchase of him.- ' ' ' .. ."', G. LTJTBl. Claringteu, July SO, IWIiV:;-;?' l V i r , V - 3 ; - . i ir-r. .- - . -. ' v ' ; v ;.' "'- f 4 '