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i ? I r r . LATEST FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA: Niw Yoek, Oct. 31. " rI? 'The steamship Asia lias arrived, with ., tiTerpool datea to the 18th iust. The steamships Kangaroo from Phila--Fiieijhta, and the Khersonese from Quebec, mred at Liverpool on the 1 Cth. ,?- .The London money market, on the 17 th rvas decidedly more stringeut. The bro kerV circular, dated Liverpool, October 'l?th? ijuotes the cottotf . market as'active ,;aad closing nrm. u -- .-. ., .; ;The political news is not rery import -ant. The ' Neapolitan question is uu changed, and a peaceful issue is still anti- , cwatexu inancial affairs are still in a -state of suspense. The country remains in a state of sus c pease, at to; money matters, but the only agitation as yet u on the stock exchange. UsThe commercial vasts can be supplied, though at extreme rates. ' The detailed accounts of the Spanish ministry had not jt come to hand further man cue uinciaa announcement mai mere -'48-ae petitie&lr6i3, and that the Queen made the .change from O'Donnell to Har- itaei solely oa personal grounds. ': The STeapoHUn difficulty is without 'mack change. It . was the general ira ipressioaiiat the Anglo French ultimatum fae presented to King Ferdinand on thelf th, and failing to receive an imme diate aal favorable answer, the ambassa tars would be withdrawn, but it was not -supposed that the fleets would immediate- : y appear . ..- v ''De Frcnili fleet was still at Toulon iThe Vicuna papers still anticipate a peace- ; ful issue It is stated that in consequece of the growing importance of the Europe an com plications the Congress at Paris orill consist of first and not second rate plen ipotentiaries, and that it will soon meet. The affairs af the Danubian principalities -engage attention, and the French papers rare opposing the Austrian occupation of them.'. . Count .Walen ski has issued a cir cular in reply to the recent Russian doc, omenta 1 Denmark is without a minis stry- the last attempt having failed. 1 London, Oct. 18, A. M., It is rumor d that both the English and French fleets have orders to approach Naples. It is ali'oromored that suspicions are awaken d in 'Vienna; that Russia and France are tigaged in 'negotiating a secret alliance. JThe freu trade project in France has been ' postponed till the first f July, 1861 A' dispatch from London, received just tefore the sailing of the Asia, states that in , consequence of a pressing note from France, Austria has commenced evacua ting the principalities. - The queen of Spain has revoked the Constitution of 1845, and republished the ancicut regime. The. Liverpool papers state that Mr. Ktrnnghan, of Chicago, is a candidate for one ef the j vacant consulships at New jTork, Philadelphia, or Cincinnati. . The presscre on th Paris Bourse is still cry Bevere, but the snspension of specie payment by the banks is not anticipated so.t'rongly as before. ' The amount of coutracts with the Roths childs for the purchase of specie is not ' ktfowi ljut large orders ihave gone, out for the purchase of all the gold that can be obtained in Lendon, ' Germany or the United States! ' ' ' t BALTIMORE MARKETS. ' Oct, 31. FX)0a Sales of 800 bbls, at $6,8 7 i;. also, 300 bbls, at $6,85 the market closed, however, with holders at $6,87$r: Oino Sales of 1,200 bbls, at 46,87, at which price the market closed firmly with buyers. JIlAL Sales of 300 bbls at $3,35, at -'which price it ia held firmly. ' We quote old at 3o$3,25, stock limited. - Wheat Sales of white, fair to good, at lw55a$l,60; good to prime l,63a$l,65; choice $1,66; red l,50a$l,54. VCoen Sales of white at 60a62 cents, and yellaw at 63a65 cents. CATTLK--Pricea ranging for. $3 to 44,25 on the hoof, equal to '6a$8,25 net. The average is 37i cents per 100 lbs high er than that of last week, caused by the light supply. v .:' " ROLL OF HONOR. Received on subscription to the Spirit f Democracy, for the month of October 1856. v. r, Leonard Twinom, Adams, $2 Dr. R. M. Andrews, do 1 TAIorphey, Esq, Benton, ; 3 Samuel Boyd, - ' ' do - . ; Jesse Henthorn, Centre, I Charles Jones, , . do , . 2 M, Du'mm, 1 do ' -; 1 J. WilliamsaajC do" " ? v" i A Hunter, do ; , . . S J.'. Jliracle, Esq., Franklin, " ' r . 1 Jonas Steed, do oo 55 00 10 50 00 50 50 30 50 50 50 50 50 50 8. J.! Murray, ' 1 do; , Jamea ' Twinnm, ' Green. John Dn vail. do da - G. McKelvey, S. Riesbcck, Malaga, ; Samuel Harman, Ohio, ' ' Ado Hall, ;, ' da .',:': A. Alexander, Salem, . Jamea Farrier, do R. Chase, , r do ' ' Wl S. Small wood, Sen tea, 50 50 50 50 50 50 00 75 JL Hughes, do PD. Stephen, : J. P. Sprigga, :i D. St. Spriggs, , J. E. Jones, . do do do do 65 50 -55 60 D-'i Harbin, Summit, J. Dougherty, jr. do L Baroibart, ,-r do , D. OampbelL ' do 1 25 00 75 50 00 50 50 50 50 35 75 75 50 50 H. Harpar, do . Jaeob Miller, do ' ! Jacob Borrer, Switzerlaad, '; KVFankhaaier, do " Wm. .Workman, do ' D. Rable, V do : J. T7. ; Hllliard, WasUington, John Anderson,. , da, St C. Barber, Wayne, David Smithy ;1 do," -US ' R. J, Alexander, Belmont county Win Lawrence, Guernsey country E, Eddy, Indiana, : , s . Wm.'Moorehead, Illinois,' '' Philo Balding, - do James Smith, Iowa, Wm. L. Wilson,' Noble county, 90 50 00 00 00 .50 50 fcST" HEADACHE, LOSS OF AP PETITE, AND MENTAL DEPRES SION. Nicolus Schoster, living on Coal Hill, says: "My sincerest thanks are due to the friend recommending your Holland Bitters. Having suffered for some time with headache, loss of appetite, mental depression, and in fact general disorder of trie system, I now feel, after using but one bottle, conscious of returning health. floUoway's Ointment and Pills. Won derful Remedies for the curs of Scalds and Bn rns. Emelin Anderson, of Newport, Rhode Island, was accidently severely scalded by some boiling water falling over her. The whole of the right side and leg m particular was in a mo3t shocking state. Something in the hurry of the moment was applied which caused the flesh to peel off almost to the bone, and rendered her utterly unable to move, she was carried to bed, medical assistance called in, and her recovery dispaired of; it so happened, that a friend who paid a visit that day, had just been cured of a dreadfully bad leg by Holloway's Oint ment and Pills, and she recommended the same, the Pills and Ointment were accord ingly bought and used, bv continuing mera ior two weess, she was perfectly well, aim uu written most graterully to Pro fessor Holloway for the cure effected. MARRIED On the 26th ult. by J. Mas sie, Esq., Mr. OTHO PENNINGTON and Jtfiss SARAH DEARTH, all of this county. ; at Holland's Corner. rpHE untoraigned has just opened a new X Grocery, iu WoodstieKi, where he is deter mined to aell as low, aud many articles a little lower than any other Grocery in the place The followiug is a partial list of hia stock: Coffea, Sugars, Rice, Soaps, Teas, ' Vinegar, Pepper, Tubs, Molasses, Salt, AUspiee, Candles, Salts, , Ginger, Cigars, Brandies, Buckets, " Saleratus, Tohaooo, AVines, Brooms, Cheese, Nails, Alcohol, Candlewick, flows, Oysters, buspenders, Bed-cords, Crackers, Batting, Matches, Confectionaries, Notions, &c. Call in and try him, and if you can get better Dargains any place else he will not ask yon to purchase. WESLEY STEED. Not. 5, 1856. Golden Bee-Hive (Store. 1 ' '" 194 Main Street, Wheeling, Va. STONE & THOMAS take pi o. -sure in announcing that they are now in receipt of their full stock of Fall, and Winter Dry Goods, Varieties and Millinery Goods. They have just received their second pur chase from th Eastern cities, which, added to their former stock, will enable them to present to the public more than $50,009 worth Of Goods being by far the most desirable, and embracing the best selections they ever brought to the city. They have added to their former great va riety a large stock of beautiful Carpeting and Rugs oi the latest designs; also, a choice lot of .Furs, suitable for the Winter Trade, to both of which, as well as their general stock, they invite the attention of the trade. Having been in the East a short time prior to the late heavy advance in all cotton fabrics, and buying largely with the cash, (as they have done for many years past,) as well as di rectly from Importers and Manufacturers in many instanoes, they can offer inducements to close cask buyers excelled by no similar house in the WbbU To meet the wants of their rap idly increasing trade, they have made and are making amplo arrangements to furnish the public with one of the best selected stock of Goods in the West, and at as low rates as can be had in the United States. In their stock may be found fully 12,000 yards silks; some the richest imported. 4,000 yards French Jferinoes, Thibets, Cashmeres, Bombazines, plain and figured. A full line of the richest Printed Satins, Ombre striped De LaiDes and Cashmeres imported; 4000 Cloaks, Talmas, Shawls, Scarfs, etc., embracing all the latest styles and the best we ever bought. 30, 000 yards of Ginghams, DeLaines, DeBeges, Prints, etc. 70,000 yards of Pomestioa; em bracing the largest line of Woolen and Cotton Fabrics kept by any similar house in the city. They are fully prepared to sell by the piece as well as retail. They solicit close cash trade and pledge the public that no effort npon their part shall bo wanting to secure a much larger trade, lhey feel confident that their credit is to well established to need further pledges. "We seek to please." Goods sent to Hotels, Steamboats and Rail road Depots free of charge. ; Not. 5, 1856 Ezra Johnson's Estate "W'OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned J-' was, on the 25th day of September last, confirmed as Executor of the estate of Ezra Johnson deceased. : JOB JOHN SOX . Nov. 5, 1856-pd. . Lost! Lost!! .Lost!!! OTICE is hereby given that the subscriber, living in Malaga township, Monroe county, Ohio, lost on or about the 1st of August, 1856, between Malaga and my house, a small sized POCKKT-BOOK, containing $15,00 in money, some Tax-lteoeipts, together with the following Notes on Bidenharn Brabant: : One for $200,00, due July 1st, 1855; ; , , 160,00, Oct. 21st, 1855; " . 225,00, June23d,1856. and also one on J. F. Bidenharu for $250,00, dated in .November or December, 1855. For all of said notes I have received full payment, principal ana interest, ana l lorwarn all persons from trading for &id notes. . t i . .BENJAMIN STEPHENS. , NaT. S, 1856-pd$l-3t ROAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the Com missioners of Monroe county, Ohio, at their next session, asking for a county road to com menoe at the county road on the Rich Fork of the tattle Muskingum, on the dower lands of Mary Smith, and near the month of said Mary Smith's springrun, in Wayne township; rnn- mng luence nortnward and east or said Mary Smith's spring-house,' and William Blazer's dwelling-house, through the lands of said .Mary Smith, William Blazer and Benjamin Snider to Simon Rose's orchard-field;.ihence eastward to near said Rose's dwelling house; thence northward through the lands of said Rose and Isabella Lafferre, to intersect the road leading from the Stafford road to the Lewisvillo road, near the northwest corner of Leonard Kastnpr' field, in Wayne township, and there to termi raw nate.-" -- ' ; "A PETITIONER. . Nor 5, 185-4tpd , , , Miscellaneous. William Falwell s Estate. ON the 1st day of November, 1856, the Pro bate Court of Momoe county, Ohio, de clared the estate of William Falwell to be pro bably insolvent. Creditors are therefore re quired to-present their claims against said es tate to the undersigned, living near W.lliams burg, Noble county, Ohio, for allowance, within six months from the date above mentioned; otherwise they will not be entitled to pavment. DANIEL FIX LEY, Adru'r. . Nov. 5, lS56-pd.4w. T 10 THE CREDITORS OF WILLIAM ER3- KINE DECEASED: On the 31st day of Oc tober, 1S5G, the Probate Court of Monroe coun ty, Ohio, declared the estate of William Ers kine deceased to be probably insolvent; vrudi are therefore required to present their claims against the estate to the undersigned for al lowance within six months from the time above mentioned, or they ill not be entitled to payment. JACOB N. MITCHELL, Adm'r Nov. 5, 1856-3t. , of Wm. Er.kine dee'd. G. P. IIOKXE. J. KIKRXA.V. W. f. TERRY. NEW MACHINE SHOP. IIOIINE, KIERNAN & CO. WOULD respectfully inform the public that they have entered into partnership in the business of BUILDINO THRESHING MACHINES, THRESHERS AND CLEANERS of the LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLE. Having been at considerable expense in pre paring they are enabled to do their work WITH NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. And being permanently located it is to their j interest to do their work in tho Lest manner i possible. They, therefore, have no hesitation in Warranting their Work. MACHINES WILL BE REPAIRED on the shortest notice and most favorable terms. Mr. Home having been engaged in the businees fo me past year in tne extensive shops at Martini rerry is posted m all the recent improvements Clarington, Oct. 29, 1S56. Road Notice. . VTOTICE is hereby given that a petition will y be presented to the Commissioners of Mon roe county, Ohio, at their December session. 1 8S6, praying for the location of a County Road, commencing at loung's mill, iu Porry town ship; thence the nearest and best route to Ed- uy s mm, in ureen lownsinp; tnenoe tne near est and best route to the forks of the run on the lands of Thomas Wood, in said Greeu township; thence tho nearest and best route to the Sunflsh and Woodsfleld Ridge Road at a place commonly called the "Round Bottom," in said Green township; thence the nearest and best route to Jamestown, in Adams township. Said road not to exceed a grade of 6 degrees. Oct. 29, 1856. . MANY PETITIONERS. . Road Notice- NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the Commissioners of Men roe count", Ohio, at their next session, asking for the location and establishment and altera tion of the County Road, commencing at the County Road through Clarington, Salem town ship, near the M. E. Church, thence to the north east corner of Dr. O'Connor's lot; thence through the lands of Charles Lobenstein and C. C. Campbell, up the hill to near Wm. Darle's house; then an alteration in-the road commen cing near said William Darle'a house, on the hill, to ran below the old road on said William Darle's land, (the alteration being about a half mile,) and then vacate so much of the old road. MANY PETITIONERS. Oct. 29, 1S56. Notice In Partition. PlIEBE SELLERS, (widow,) Christina Brown, and Miehael Brown, her husband, Susan nah Fox, and Columbus Pox, her husbam), Leonard Sellers, and John J.' Sellers, minors, of Monroe county, Ohio, and Mary Jane Ful mer, and Isaac Fulraer her husband, of Wash ington, county, Ohio, will take notice that a pe tition was filed against them in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, by Peter Sellers, of Wood county .Virginia, on the 27th day of October, 1856, and is now pending, wherein the said Peter Sellers demands parti tion of the following dosoribed real estate, of which George Sellers died seized, to-wit: The east half of the north east quarter of section seventeen, township two of range " five, con taining eighty acres of land, situate in Monroe county, Ohio, except twenty acres off of the north end of said half quarter, sold to John Hyle, and that at the next term of said Court. application will be made.by said petitioner, for an order that partition be made of said premi ses. JAS. FITZ RANDOLPH. Oct. 29, 185-3. Att'y for Petitioner. Administrator's Sale. On Saturday the 8th day of November next between the hours of ton o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p. in., on tho premises hereinafter men tioned, the undersigned as the administratrix of Thaddens Reaksecker deceased, will sell at public auction the following described real es tate, situated in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: The North East quarter of the South East quar ter 01 section eleven, in township two, and range fonr, containing 40 acres more or less, subject to dower. Terms of sale cash. Appraised at $275. JANE REAKSECKER. Admx. of THADDEUS REAKSECKER; dee'd, At the same time and place the undersigned will sell her dower estate in said land. October 7, 185S. . JANE REAKSECKER. Administrator's Notice NOTICE is hereby given, that before the 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 make immediate payment; and those having claims against said estate, are notified to present them for settle ment within one year from this date. ELIZA JANE STEED, RICHARD W. McANASPY. Oct. 8, 1856. - Adm'rs. STEP THIS WAY AND SEE THE rBiHE undersigned has just received thelarg- est ana most lasiuonable supply of Fall and Winter Clothing, ever offered in Woodsfleld; '. indndiiag e.yerj oijio miu variety Qf. Dress-Coats, Businesa-Cots, Vests, Pants, Fine Shirts, , Cravats, Neck-Ties; in short every article usually kept at a first rate J Clothing Store, He is also prepared to do good and fashion able work for his numerous customers, at rea sonable prices. 7 CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, CASH- MERETTES, &c. of superior quality made up to order, or sold by the pattern. ihose who call soon may be assured of getting ' The very Latest Fashions at the very Lowest Prices. Oct. 8, 1856. M. BURGBACHER Notice. . THE partnership heretofore existing between J. M. Bbvmkuk & W. T. Kest, trftduig-n-der the name of Brumelle & Kent, in the town of Calais, Monroe County,, Ohio, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be carried on at the old stand, by William T Kent; and all business belonging to said ftrni will bo nettled by him. f ; . J. M. BRUMELLE. ' TO JL'JtXJU IN pursuance of Law, I, Fkederick Koehler, Treasurer of said County, hereby notify the tax-payers of said County, thst the ratVbr taxa tioi for the year 1856, is correctly stated in the following table, showing the number of cexts levied on every HUNDRED DOLLARS o: axable property in each of the townships and incorporated towns of said county, . . . " . ' 01'Aiu.ijtiv 1 OvC.viK ibv'k'.j J.uV.ail 2 -a p -" O ft x Names of O : 1 5 2 J 5! Towns and j 2, i 4 3 J r 5 Townshifs. 33 -3 3S f J M t2 -r a c a c -3 A c 5 o ! a 2 a sooO-sLJ8 c.j c. c. c. c. c. c. c. c. j u. c. I'. Adams..... 15' 10 32 14 4 4 10 32!;5' 1 J 30 Benton 15 7 10 32 14 4 4 Hi 32i;5 . . 20 Bethel 15 "i 10 32 14 4 4 10 32 5 .... Center 15 1 321 14 4 4 10 32 5 1J 10 Woodsfleld. 15 7 10 32! 14 4 4 10 32!5 1.. Franklin... 15 7 10 32jl4 4 4i0 32!5 1 20 Green 15 7 10 32! 14 4 4 10 32 ,5 3? . . Jackson 15 7 10 32' 14 4 4 10 32- 5 . 20 Malaga..... 15 7 10 32; 14 4 410 32:5 .... Ohio 15' 7 10 32 14 4 4 10 32 ,5 . . 20 Perry 15) 7 10 32114 4 4 10 32 .5 Salem 15 7 10 32 14 4 4 10 32(,5 . . 20 Clarington.. 15 7 10 -32, 14 4 4 10 32 5 ..16 Seneca 15 7 10 32 14 4 4 10 32'5 .... Summit 151 7 10 32! 14 4 4 10 32 5 1.. Salisbury . . 15 7 10 32 14 4 4 10 32 2J . . . . Beallsviilo. . 15 7 10 32 14 4 4 10 32 2 . . 8 Switzerland. 15 7 10 32 14 4 4 10 32 5 2 20 Washington 15 7 10 32 14 4 4 10 32 5 . .. Wayne (l 5 7 10 32 14 4 4 lu!32 5 .... I will attend for the purpose of receiving and places, to wit Adams Township, Tuesday, September 23rd. Benton TownsliiD. Thursday, October 16th. Bethel Township, Friday, Franklin Township, Thursday, Green Township, Wednesday, Sept, Jackson Township, Monday, October Malaga Township, Monday, October Ohio Township, Tuesday, October Perry Township, Wednesday, " I will attend at my office in- Woodsfield, the taxes that may remain unpaid to that time. Treasurer's Office, Monroe County, Sept. 17, New and Cheap Store! SPLENDID BARGAINS! The subscribers are now receiving from tho East, a larg and well selected assortment of FALL & WINTER Gr O O I JS , Among which may be found seasonable DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, , HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, READY MADE CLOTH ING, HATS, CAPSBOOTS, SHOES, &c, &c, &c, All of whioh were purshased at the lowest Eastern prices and will : be sold at SilfALL PROFITS, for Cash or approved Country Pro duce. . V They are determined not to be outdone by their neighbors, and therefore assure the pub lic, if they want to find the . Cheapest Groods In town, that all they have to do is to givo the undersigned a ealL There store is at the old stand of Peter Diehl. P. & C. DIEHL; Woopsfikld, Sept. 22, 1S56. (tf.) Great Excitement in Sunfish! The uudersigned is now receiving and open ing an entiro new and fresh stock of GOODS, consisting in part of GROCERIES, LIQUORS, HARDWARE, CON- FECTIONARIES, OILS, PAINTS, &c.,&c.t' Which he is determined to sell at a little low er than they have ever been sold in this place. Persons wanting 5? u re Liquors," for medical purposes, can rely on getting a pure articlo at his Store, corner of Main and Water Streets SUNFISH OHIO. Alse, FRESH GROCERIES AND LIQUORS of every description constant ly on band and for sale WHOLESALE AND RETAIL at WHEELING PRICES. Wm. H. MALLORY, Susfisii sept. 23,1856- Fay up ! Pay up ! i All persons knowing themselves indebted to f . G. OKEY wil please call and pay up imme diately as he is going east in a couple of weeks, and wants the cash. Come right along gen tlemen. P. G. OKEY. Woodsfibld, Sept. 18th, 1856. (tf.) ; THIS WAY! THIS WAY!! rrHE undersigned would respectfully announce to Farmers and others, that he is carrying on an extensivo Blacksmith Shop, in BAKSYILLE, Moiyroe Cownty. Ohio, whero he is. prepared to. manufacture, and will keep constantly on hands, 0 every description and of the best materials, also. ' 1 - BUGGIES, PLOWS, HARROWS, SHOVJEL-PLOWS WITH STUEt. -. SHOVELS, AXES, MAT- V ; TOCKS, GERMAN "HOES CORN AND GARDEN HOES, UUiWUUXj, fie, ac. He will also keop on hands and for sale Flow-potSt au junas oi castings, ana . a, good assortment of IRON & STEEL. His work will be warranted, and all oiders in his line promptly attendod to. DAVID P. NOLL. Bahesvulk, O., Oct. 8, 1856. Mary Cooder's Estate. "T0T1CK is hereby given that the subscriber ! 1 has been appointed and qualified as Ad ministrator on thw Kstattj. of Vary Cooder, lato of Monroe County, Ohjo, deceased. JAMES COODER, Adm'r. Oct. 15, 185C: ; ; ; -TIRESII GROCERIES. N, O. Sugar,' . OJ 1; Molasses Uonynonv, &c. &c, foe sale at ; KIRKBRTDK'SC ; T A XiPAYEHSOF MOIOIOX! .OOTT3XTTY aUU-llSTKlCl' SCHOOL A.V1 SCHUUl. HOUbU ASSESSMBSTS. T o a. 2 & .9. c. 14 c. . c. 264 90 71i 39 03 69 15 7Si 90 5 14 12 25 l0l 35 51? 7 14i 26 94 Hi 10 25 14 7i 161 soil 234. 3 T!5 89 72 89 69 95i 97 4 14 7 16 4 4 s 74 6 33J 56 68 5J 6 29 104 5 106 5 30 16 1 314 33 12 5 69 70. 12 80 06 69 69 1 16 3 3H 31, f5 97 45A 43 6 16 14A 42 5 5 u 84 17 12 .23f .'18 taxes, at tho usual place3 of holding elections iu Salem Township, "Wednesday, October 8th. Seneca Township, Tuesday, September 30th. Summit Township, Wednesday, October - 1st. Sunsbury Township. Monday, September 22nd. Switzerland Township, Thursday at Charles Dankwerths, and Friday at Urs Kanzigs 3rd. 2nd. 24th. 6th. 20th. 7th. 15th. October 9th and 10th. Washington Township, Friday, October : 17th. Wayne Township, Saturday, " - 4th, from the 11th day of October until the 20th 1 1856. JOHN A; CLARKE, I" ATE ROBINSON & CLARKE & J. A. CLARKE t &, CO., Melodeon buildings, directly oppo site the old stand, Main Street. Wheeling. Va., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL dealer in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Sash, Doors, Window Glass, Looking Glasses, Cement, Lime, Tlaster Paris, kc. Agent fur the sale of Eastern Paint Mills. 8 Bbls. of Linseed Oil, 10 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 aud for sale by JOHN A. CLARKE. 350 KEGS CINCINNATI LEAD, CONK LINGS Brand, in store aud for sale by . JNX. A. CLARKE. 4 Bbls. Alcohol (76 to 98,) 10 Calcined Plas ter, 10 Bbls. Spanish Whiting, Old and Dry; 15 Bbls. Cement, a first rate article; 5 Bbls. Yellow Ochre; 5 Bbls. Lamp Black; , 4 Cases Chrome Green; -500 lbs. Boston Red Lead, a prime article; 4 Casks English Vcnitian Red, in store and for sale low by JNO. A. CLARKE. WHEELING WINDOW GLASS in any size and quantity, always on hand and for sale by ' JNO. A. CLARKE. ASH H. A. Hubbard's make and sizes on hand and for sale at Manufacturers' prices, by JNO. A. CLARKE. ETHERIAL OIL, WHOLESALE! RETAIL. I would invite the attention of consumers of the above to the fact that I am selling a superior article, at a much reduced price to what it has been sold for in this place, hereto fore. JNO. A. CLARKE AINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES of all kinds 100 kegs French Zinc, for sale low by JNO. A. CLARKE. PAINT MILLS O. C. Harris' make, the dif ferent sizes for sale low by JNO. A. CLARKE, v .- Agent for Manufacturers. August 5, 1856 tf. WOOL CAKD1NG. THE subscribers are now prepared to do WOOL CARDING, at Richner's Jtfills, on Sunfish creek. Their CARDS are entirely new. As they have applied STEAM to their ma chinery, their customers need not fear any dis appointment from low .water. Their long experienco in the business, and their superior . facilities enable them to an nounce to all who bring wool clean, and free from burs, that they may depend on the BEST OF HOIiIjS. Wool will be received and rolls delivo ed in th shortest possible time, at Baker & Sinclair's Woodsfield; Vanlaw & Alexander's Jamestown; Frederic Crane's Lewisville. frlce 6 cents, per pound. The grease to accompany the wool. ISAAC & GEORGE RICHNER. N. II. Persons coming from a dis tance shall, hereafter, posi tively have their rolls to take home with them. Sept. 10, 1856. LOOK HERE! LAME BROTHERS HAVE just received their large and splen did stock of n JT all and Winter eons. INCLUDING AN ASSORTMENT OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FANCY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, nATS, CAPS, GROCERIES, HARD WARE, QUEENS.WARK. And also- a most fashionable, and dura Wo lot of Ready- a1 1 Clothing. ; Cheap purchases in the East, enable them to sell at astonishingly low prices For Cash or approved country produce Give them a call at their store-house, oppo-. sue tne i osi omce. Woodsfield, Oct. 1, 1856 QUGAR' KETTLES, ( O Axc-handtes.Stnblo - ' CiucfniJ e fork 1 lo No bills will be received for taxes, of a leys denomi nation than Five Dol lars, except upon the solvent Banks of Ohio. 16 Every tax-payer is 'cspectfully requested 20 to remember the num ber of the Section in which his lands are, 94 IS 18 10 5 4 40 f 464, and also to present his Receipts to the Treas urer, for work' done on the public roads, the same as heretofore. 25 324! 11 tho several townships, at tho following times day of December, for the purpose of receiving Treasurer of said County. W. T. SINCLAIR. : MARTIN BAKER, JR. SINCLAIR & BAKER TAKE pleasure in announcing to their cus tomers, and the public in general, that they have . now on hand, and intend keeping constantly, a general assortment of . DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, TAR NISHES, BRUSHES, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY, NOTIONS, &c. Also Groceries of various kinds ' . Iron, Nails, Plow-points, Salt, -(Kauawa and Pomeroy.) f C Produce of every kind will be received m exchange for goods. Woodsfield, Sept. 10, 1856. J. N. BRIDGMAK. JUST opened in the town of MALAGA a large and attractive Stock of '-Summer Goods. AU who wish to purchase new and elegant stvles AT VERY LOW PRICES can be suited. His Stock consists in part of STAPLE DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, : BOOTS AND SHOES, in short everything usually found in a well filled Store. CASH OR PRODUCE taken for GOODS, on terms very favorable to the customer. ' . ; . . Give me a call and see my GOODS; you can not fail t be pleased. J. N. BRIDGAIAN, Malaga, O., July 16, 1856 Cm.".-1 DUFFS MERCANTILE COLLEGE, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Whesling, (Va.) and Burlington, Iowa. ' Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual Charter. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Hon. James Been a scar, Wm. Wilkiss, Moses Haiiptox, Hon. W. H. LowBiB, -Charles Natlor, j. k. moobhbad. Gen. Faculty at Pittsburgh. President, P. DUFF, Author of "Duff's Book keeping," "Tho Western Steamboat Account ant,'.' &c; Professor of the Prim iplts and Prac tice f Double Entry Bookkeeping. A. T. Howden, H. M. Cowan, S. M. Elder, and W. H. Duff, Associate Professors of Book keeping. J. D. WILLIAMS, (the best business and Or namental Penman in the United States,) Pro fessor of Penmanship. :- N. B. HATCH, Esq., Professor of Mercantile Law and Political Economy. Hon. Judge SHANNON and Hon. J. M. KIRK PATRICK, Special Lecturers on Mercantile Law. . Rev. DAVID FERGUSON, a. m., (late Profes sor of Classics, &c, . in Washington College, Trofessor of Commercial Ethics. . P. DUFF, Lecturer on the History and. prin ciples of Ancient and lVodern Commerce, Bank ing. &c- JOHN MURPHY, Teacher of the Art of De tecting Counterfeit Bank Notes. - (Tho only thoroughly qualified teacher of this-Art in this part of the country.) The Classical Department, embracing thorough Classical and kjiehsli Education. . F. L. STEWART, a. ., Principal, and Pro fessor of Jlfathematics Classics, &c. F. L. APEL, Prof, of French ami German languages. g"This is admitted to be tWe largest and most perfectly organized Commercial College in the L nited States; and " paper puopkssors " (so ofteu advertised bv some Commercial Col leges) have never Iweu and never will be an nounced iu this. The classes have the services Of every person named above, the Trustees excepted. The four associate Professors of Bookkeeping have all been trained for business by the piincipalj and have the benefit of his sixteen years' experience as a preceptor, and his eighteen years.' rwyi08 experience as an accountant. An adequate idea o tlv arraignments and extent of business doup iu tlus establishment can oniy ue ouiaineu irom iijie pamphlet cir culars which are mailed to all Varts of the country,, with spocinjenx o Us. WILLI WJLLIAV' penmanship whei desied, . DUFF'S BOOK-KEEL'""- fr tavo, Barpej-j,j 18 centsj" D UFf 1 Vri.ce 50jf Medical Advertisements. : IsOSK HAVE'S x - THE CELEBRATED DDtLASTB tXHUbt Y4S DISEASE OP THE KIDNEY? ? LIVER COMPLAINT, FEVER AND ACUZ, .3. And the various affections eonaequekt 'Ufom. ' a disordered I- I; u'.'-A.'iian '. - eyjl ' ; STOMACH OR ; LITER. ? Such as Iudigestion, Aeidity bOhfr 8twnjl, Colicky Pains, Heartburn, .Loss of : Appetite Despondency, Costiveness, Blind and BUediM " Piles. In all Nervous, Rheumatic ajid JfeursJ- ' gic Affections, it lias fn numerous Ixutaseet 7 ' proved highly beneficial, and in others effea a deeided cure.: , - . 4:w;J , This is a purely vegetable . nompai'nM. - pared on strictly cieutiDc principles, after Ut ' ' manner if the eeiebrated Holland Professor Byei have. Because of its great success in niosi ' of the European States, its introduction iat't : the United States was intended more especially' . for those of our fatherland scattered here an4 ,t there over the face of this mighty eountiy. Y Meeting with groat success among them, i "new" offer it to the American public, knowing thai its truly wonderful meilicinal virtues mast ke ; acknowledged. ' v. .. ,. -Kti :' It is particularly recommended to those per? V sens whose constitutions may have been m :.' paired by the continuous pse of; ardnt spiritev 7 or other rorms of dissipation, v Generaljy- lis, stantaneons in 'effcet, it finds Jt way direeUy to the. seat 'of, life, . thrilling and t&lcijihkkj ' every nerve, ra'ising'up the droo'pD Prij ui in fact, infusing new health and'vigvr ia 'tlle system.r ;-r.i ;' ' C A U.T.I O 2f s. Tho great popularity of this delightful Arat " has induced many imitations, whi the lie should guard against purchasing. ' Be Mel persuaded to buy anything else until yeW hr given Poerhave's Holland Bitters a lair trial ' One bottle will convince you how inflaitel ' , pcrior it is to all these imitations.' ' -' . Sold at $1,00 per Lottie, or aixVetfUg ' for $5,00, by the : ' -.V7 t-lbbl . ;:'.'''80L'K!PEOPRI.ITfliEIL'7" BENJAMIN PAGE, J1V&.CO PLarmaeeutists and Cheraistsj; io : PITTSBXJHGH,1 PAI: s "! I'Sa T. W. Dvott Sl Sons, -i-.-i-j-i-i.ij-- & Park, New York John D. Park, CincinnAlf Barnard, Adams & Co, St. Louis. Andlf Druggists and Merchants generally throuckMft me uuuea oiaies ana vanaaas. .ii., ,'. AfiTAiila i.i.';..tTi..i..n ttn ii Va.; John M.; Kirkbride, Woodsfield? WUliam Steel, Stafford; Jacob T. JMorrill, Sunfish; The; Amcneu, Antioch; and by druggists an4 Mer chants generally throughout the eountr.n.' 'sca ' . T in . r , ... . rfUUV 10, A030.. -l,.--' - A M'ARV LL0US REMEDY! FOB A. MARVELLOUS jkGB! I HOLLOWAY'S-OlNTMElN s-' -' THE GRAND EXTERNAL REMKDTl"',:5 By the aid of a microscope, we see Tnffllone of little openings on the surface ef our boUe: Through these this Ointment, when rmlbed tho skin, Is carried to any organ or inward part. Disease of the Kidneys, disorders of the Liver, Affections of the Heart, Inflamation ef tk Lungs, Asthmas, Coughs and Colds, are by its means- effectually cured. Every housewife knows that salt passes freely through. bea and meat of any thickness. .This healing Ota V ment far more readily penetrates through magr bone or fleshy part of the living body, emrl&g the most dangerous inward omplaiata. iksn cannot be reachod by other means.. . , . ERYSIPELAS, SALT RHEUM 'JXP. SCORBUTIC HUMORS. "J" I No remedy has ever done so Kiuch for AA. cure ef the diseases vJ the Skin, whatover rorm they may assume, as this Ointment. Ho case of Salt Rheum, Scurvey, Sore Heads, Scrofula or Erysipelas, ean long withstand iu ' influence. - The inventor lias traveled, evei many parts of the Globe, visiting the prinoipat Hospitals, dispensing this Ointment, giving ad vice as to its application, and has thus beast ' the means of restoring countless numbers tt health. - : .; ' - -v :'f , .r ; uVj,acdt SORE LEGS, SORE BREASTS, ULCXX3 ; AND WOUNDS, v r, Some of tho most scientific surgeons mow. rely solely on the use of this wonderful Oiat raent, when having to cope with 1 the werai cases of sores, ulcers, wounds, glandular swell ings, and tumors. . Professor Holloway fcaf, by command of the Allied Governments, 'dis patched to the ' Hospitals ef the Kastfarga shipments of this Ointment, to be used &der the direction of the Medieal Staff, in the worat cases of wounds. . It will enre any uloer, glaa dular swelling, stiffuess or oatraetieu,of the joints, even of twenty years staaSUg; PILES AUD FISTULAS. i- ' . Tltese and other distressing, eomplaiata earn be effeetually cured if the Ointment be wejl rubbevt in oyer the prrt affsdted, and by other wise following the printed directions arouai each pot, ' 1 i u. Both the Ointment and Pill tkpuld ks 4 tV owning cast,:: ' ,': . Bunions, Sort I,tr. Burns, ' ! ' . Chapped. Bandit Chilblains, Fistulas, Gent, Lumbago, : ; ' Mei-curial Eruptions, I'iles, Rheumatism, Salt Rheum, Sore Bieastsi V:U; Sore HeadaX':; 1 ' ; Soxe Threata, J !h lLT Sores of all kinds, Sprains,.. , ', t Scalds, -Swelled Glands, V4 -, Stiff Joints, . U ,: j; Uloers, . ,k Venereal Sores r Wounds of all; kiiwhl? Skin Diseases, Sold at the Manufactories ef Pvarumlv Hollowat, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and UA Strand, London, by all respectable DruggiaVa and Dealers of Medicine throughout the Uni ted States, and the civilized world, in boxes, at 25 cents, 62 cents, and $1 each. - s '' . There is a considerable saving by taking, the larger sizes. i l; ;.- i -'. ,. ST. 11. Direct' uiUaiaiita i - t SI'S.-,-. ::i: . i .- i , ' Mil fcVlt,17x185.b WM. T. KENT.