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ATOAtilTiWILL DO. IT WILL PEOQURE FOR YOU A WnOLE YEAli JJAUOUDOLLAR MONTHLY. fSTTher ire oxw hundred paces of read- tbf unlttx ia eaeU number of "Ballou's Dollar ' Monthly.:' faT Two pages of finely fexeouted, original hnmOPJui'--jtlu-trfttioii3 . alse embellish eatdi dumber. I,- .f ' . 50-t wolfe httndrod pages of reading taatter Hf snauia, for the unprecedented price f one dollar f"' --'V 3"It is" just such a work as any father, teither,rtrind, Would introduce to the fam ily circle. f, 0"li all respscts It ia fresh, original, and What it purports to be, the cheapest magazine in the worTiL 3TIt ia oarefcliy'edltod by Mr. Ballou, who lua sixteen-years. cxparier.ee on the Boston press. '"- O" Devoted, to. news,' tales, poems, stories tt the sea,' discoveries, miscellany, wit and Each n umber contains original articles 'from more than-fwany regular contributors. ' CSuJTkQUgb published but two years, it has reached h -extraordinary circulation of 08,--000 copies Ji,l iT-Xns novum anMiBin rr rtm 0 itnlhtr to the - ropritor, as- below, shall receive the Magazine 0 vr',"v" 3 for on$ jer; ortauy person sending us tinht , subscribers and eight dollar, at one time, shall teoefTtke (A copy gratis. M. M; BALLOU, Publisher and Proprietor. Ko. 22 Winter Street, Boston, Mass. : , iiii in . i Qomcll's: Geographies. rtStetles tocommended by the teachers of Monroe County, at their last association. and decidedly the best series published for ale by the undersigned, who respectfully in vites the attention of parents, teachers, and Boards tof Education ' to the sterling merits of this Series, and its many excellent features not fofthd In other School Geographies. Liberal arrangements will be made for first introduction.- ' 1 -- Merchants' baring on hand "Mitchell's se ries," eatt' exchange them for CorneiTs, at wholesale prices. - - Teachers and others are requested to cor-! respond. i WILLIAM WHEELER, i i-a Agent for Monroe county. '.'' WoofiSFHU), Dec. 3, lS5(j. tf. rttotlce In .; Partition. PIIEBE SELLERS, (widow,) Christina Brown, apil, Michael Brown,, her, husband, Susan nah Vox, and Columbus Fox, her husband, LeonaCfLeJlers, and joliii J. Sellers, minors, ef Monroe county, Uhio, and Mary. Jane Ful mer, and Jacob Fulmer her husband, of Wash ington county', Ohio, will take notice that a pe titionaras filed against thni in the Court of Common Pleas jf. Monioo county, . Ohio, by Peter Sellers, of 'Wood county, Virginia, on the S7th day ef October, 185U, and is now peuding, .'- wherein Vhesaid Peter Sellers demands parti tion of the following described real estate, of whiolfjOeorge Sellera died seized, to wit: The east aJf ,of the north east quarter of section seventeen," township two of rauge five, con- tainitfg 'eigbty acres of land, situate in Monroe eounty, Ohio., except twenty acres off of the norths en4' of said half quarter, sold to John ; - Ule.'aniihat at the next term ef said Court, application will be mado.by said petitioner, for an order that partition be maile of said premi ses.' ' ' JAS. FITZ RANDOLPH, Oct. 29, 1856. Att'y for Petitioner. W. T. TERRY. NEW MACHINE SHOP. HORNE, KIERNAN & CO. WOULD respectfully inform the puljic that they have entered into partnership in the business of ' - B VILDtNG THRESHING MACHINES, THRESHERS JiND CLEANERS . of the LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLE. Having been at considerable expense in pre paring Tttey are enamea 10 ao inoir wurs WITH,NE1TNESS AND DESPATCH. And beimppeHnanentry located it- is to their Interest to do their work 4n the best manner possible. They, therefore, have no hesitation m J --Warranting iheir Work. , MACHINES .-.WILL. BE REPAIRED on the shortest notice and most favorable terms. Mr, llorne-having been engaged iu the businees for the pjsstzyearin the extensive shops at Martin's Ferry jm posted in all the recent improvements Clssrisgton, Oct. 29, 1S56.. : 460-ACRESOFIAND FOl SAT il, I5CLUDIXi7Yj A: TAVERN STAND, WARE- .'H0U3B, FERRY LANDING, &c, . KnrifMtlie Old Tuel Stand. fTH Bander signed offers the above property J wr-sale very eneap. It is so welt known ss to need ne particol.tr description.' The land 11 lies onTbr near 'the Ohio river opposite the townTf istersville, Va, For particulars as to prices, payments, &o., sail ea the subscriber. .rx ' ' ' - DANIEL TUEL. Ten's L3ft)iN, Dec. 3, 1S5U. - If.D Persons' trespassing on the above lands re Warned that they will be dealt with ooordlDK to law. D. TUEL. Xeeal Notice. ; OAMUEL MARLING, of the State of Iowa, O will take .notice, that ou the 13th of Sep ' tember, 1866, Elizabeth. Marling filed in the Vonr pi .vommon , x iena, wuuiu ua lur nie eanty of Monroe and State of Ohio, a peti - tion against him and Eliza . Marling, John II. Bridaeman. Aucustus Bridgeman, an I Sarah M. Bridgeman, setting forth that on the Huh T day of October, 1849, she lent to Elissa Marling - snd Samuel Marling, lilteen humtrea ami nity . dollars, that' she took the note of said Eliza BDU (WUJUVI mailing, iuciviwi inj.wiv tu i. v years with. Interest from the dato thereof, V wbicfi "note. lias become lost; that to secure vSSid note said Eliza and Samuel, executed and delivered to said Elizabeth "ailing a mortgage .-. en the following Liuvls in said county, to wit: jlClDKt Uttr. Ul . r-cc uuu m 11 ti i ij ci. in ' rsnge'Si'.feeginning for the same on the batik . . . x. , tij . i ! i ii . r i...: i.... VI 1110 KUIV (VIVC1) VII I1IH .A.IV...I13 1l l.ljiu rer a ditch; thence with the said ditch W. J K a rnrtj anil 1 ti '.ink to a iosr thence N. y 2" W. to a large poplar tree in the lane, and continuing the same couraei S20 rots and IS 1MKS Iv H. po3 mciltio cuei itiuii liiv sl-miiiii -' line between Sections S3 and 34, 113 rods 113 Inches to a post; thence due south J J -5 J rods to a corner stone, marked M; thence west 100 rods to the place of beginning, containing 220 ores and 150 rods. That JoV.i li. Bridgeman ASS purcliasea ,uie inieiesi oi o;uuei Miiniug, snd that Augustus aivl &arau m. liriugemati , ..... I ... .1 . .I.... i., .1 .. ,. - Ja,YCn IBierebV IU s.tiu ikhu, umii mcic in uuc . Ott sai4tiet and mortgage $15,50 with iiterest t. from Octeber 19, 1S49, subject to th following ... rtv r it ICtS -.l i lik M.... tt 18$6. .Tlie said Samuel 3Iarling w beieby - 'l kAitRI ta nnnitav in n&iil ttl rt UW( JlIl!tWir ATLA litipB; tH or befoi-tt tha fourth Saturday in r tm em m r. ..1. il.-i .1 1. A1A..,.l. WSnnsrj, ico (, ana muciaun una uujuKaiui for a Judgment . for the balance due on said . note snd xoortgsge, aud :or an oruer -io sen v aJd lands, &c. i --DAjncrPEcr S: Wm. Oket, . ' k. I if -1 17 a : hw. : ah v 10 r l laillLlii. -ISIUiYTHV ;i7.Hn HIi.M 'irjis" Rn45 JX Tnj SeeL; C'tyftien"' eeds, &e., &c, for Gnlknj' '." . " i UK BRIDE'S. Miscellaneous. CHARTER PERPETUAL. jtna Insurance Company OP HARTFORD, COXX. Incorporated A. D, 1819. Cash Assets Jan. 1, 1856, $1,04,396. INSURANCES can be effected with its agency in t.-is place and policies issueu without, delay for this old and favorably know n Com pany againjt the dangers of lire on Dwellings ami Contents, Stores and Mer . chiiuuisc, Mills and Machinery, Man ufactories and Stock, Colleges, Halls, Uriilges, Public Buildings, lioats, Cargoes and Personal Property generally. Also The Perils of Inland Navigation. OF Bouts, Cargoes, or Freight and Car goes on Lakes, Rays, Rivers, Ca nals, Rail Roads, or olher modes of Transportation of propeity in transit. All at as reasonable rates of premiums and liberal rules as the dangers assunwd permit for mutual safety and reliable indemnity io patrons. .Losses Equitably Adjusted and prompt ly Paid. 5"T Especial attention given to the Insu ranee of Dwellings and Contents, for a term from 1 to 5 years. If it is a sound practice in owners to insure dangerous classes of property, it is equally proper to protect the safer and more innocent descriptions, as a just ilill'eivuce is made in the rates of premiums charged. In iact, the lat ter being safer, is done at a lower relative profit and its cost more nicely determined, Every one that possesses the least ability to accumu late, should protect all his property to the full scope insurance shields it. J. B. BENNETT, General Agent, Cin., O. All business transacted with dispatch and fidelity. Apply to WILLIAM P. RICHARDSON, Agent at Woodslield, Ohio. Kov. 19, 1S5(J. . GUARDIAN'S SALE. virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, made on the I.ltli day of November, ltsiiti, I will oiler for sale on Saturday, the 2 Of day of December, 1 35 G the undivided half of the following premises situate in the cbuntv nf JJonroe and fc-tate ot Ohio, to wit: The south east quarter of the north east quarter ot sectiou 1t, township 4 of range 5, containing thirty-eight acres, more or less. Teums of Sale Seventy-five dollars cash in hand, seventy-live dollars on the llrst day of April lb57, and the residue on the first day of April 185S, with interest thereon from the day of sale. BARBARA 1IUBER. Guardian of Nov. ID, ISaii. Wilaniena Huber. STEP THIS WAY AND SEE THE 'ppHE undersigned has just received thelarg- est and most fashionable supply of Fall and Winter ever offered in Woodslield; including every style and variety of Dress-Coats, Rusiucss-Coats, Vests, Pants, Fine Shirts, Cravats, Neck-Ties; in short every article usually kept at a first rate He is also prepared to do good and fashion able work for his numerous customers, at rea sonable prices. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, CASII MERETTES, &c. of superior quality made up to order, or sold by the pattern. Those who call soon may be assured of getting The very Latest Fashions at the very Lowest Prices. Oct. 8r18.-.. M. BURGBACIIER FRESH GROCERIES..-N. O. Sugar, X. O Molasses, Hommony, &c. &c. for sale at KIRKBRIDE'S. New and Cheap Store! The subscribers are now receiving from the East, a large and well selected assortment of FALL & WINTER Gr O 3 3D !S , Amoncr which may be found seasonable DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, II A R I) WARE, QUE ENS WARE, READY MADE CLOTH ING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c., &c, &c., All of which were purshased at the lowest Eastern prices and will be old at SJ1ALL PROFITS, for Cash or approved Country Pro duce. They are determined not to be outdone by their neighbors, and therefore assure the pub lic, if they want to ilud the Cheapest i m m . -r a In town, that all they have to do is to give the undersigned a call. There storo is at the old stand of Peter Diehl. P. & C. DIEIIL. WoonsFiBLD, Sept. 22, 185(5. (tf.) ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Samuel II. Kowud, Plaintiff, I )EKGKU Joel against I J3 P. Ilandolph Rowland Bevan. Defendant. J a Justice of the Peace, of Center township, Ajonroe county, O., on the 14th day of November, ISoii, said Jus tice issued au order of attachment in the above actiou, for the sum of twenty-one dollars and twenty cents. Said cause is set for trial on the 7th day of January 1857, at 10 o'clock A. M. SAMUEL U. ROWND. Dec. 3, 185o. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. M. T. Atkinson A T my instance a writ of vs. XjL attachment was issued. Ilager & Harris. ) on the 20lh ult., by Josiah Jlassie, a Justice of the Peace, in and' for Sen eca township, Monroe county, Ohio, against the goods, chatties, moneys, credits and effects of Kelion Ilager and John W. Harris, partners, trading under the name and stylo of Hager& Harris, (the said Ilager being a non-resident of said county,) for $ii,0i cents, which will be for final hearing on the 10th day of January, 1857. Dec. S, ISSli M. T. ATKINSON. 81 CaattiffEsr. raIIE undersigned is carrvins on the busi H. ness or MARBLE CUTTING in its various branches in Mounds ville, Marshall Co., Va. Tliose wishing MarLls Tomb Stones, can be fur nished with them in ANY STYLE OF' "WORKMANSHIP by leaving their orders with JoLn Sinclair or Wm. P. Richardson, Esqrs., Woodsfield; or with James Collins, Sunfish, Ohio. Deo. So, 1S55. P. CAWLFIELD, Diy Good, Groceries, &c. Golden Bee-Hive Store. 191 Main Street, Wheeling, Va. S' TONE & THOMAS take pleasure in announcing that they aro now in receipt of their full stock of Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Varieties and Millinery Goods. They have just received their second pur- hase from the Eastern cities, which, added to their former stock, will enable them to present to the public more than S"iO,COO Uoitli 1" Ciootls; being by far the most desirable, and embracing the best selections they ever broncht to the citv. They have added to their former great va- ietj" a large stock of ber.utiful Carpeting and Rugs ol the latest de-igns; 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 instances thev can oiler inducements to close cash buyers excelled by no similar house in the West. J o meet the wants ot their rap idly increasing trade, they have made and iiie making ample arrangements to furnish the nublic with one of the best selected stock ol ioods iu the est, and at as low rates as can lie had iu the United States. In their stock may be found fully 12,000 ards silks; sonic the richest imported. 4,01m vards Fiench ilerinoes, Thibets, Cahnieies, Hombazines. nlain and limned. A full line oi the richest Printed Satins, Ombre striped De Laines and Cashmeres imported; 4000 Cloaks, Talmas. Shawls, Scarfs, etc., embracing all the latest styles and the best we ever bought. 30.- 000 yards of Ginahams, DcLames, De lieges. Prints, etc. 70,000 yards of Domestics; em bracing the largest line of Woolen and Cotton Fabrics kept by any similar house in the city They are lully prepared to sell by the piece as well as retail Thev solicit close cash trade it nd pledge the public that no effort upon their part shall be wanting to secure a much larger trade. They 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. Kov. 5, ISjd'. W. T. SINCLAIR. . MAUTIX BAKER, JR. SINCLAIR & BAKER 'PAKE pleasure in announcing to their cus J tomers, and the public in general, that they have now on hand, and intend keeping constantly, a ireneral assortment of DRUGS, OILS, P A I X T S, VAR NISHES. JiRUSlIES, SCHOOL ROOKS, STATIONARY, NOTIONS, '&c. Also Groceries of various kinds . Iron, Nails, Pluw-points, Salt, (Kanawa and Potneroy.) gT "Produce of every kind will be received in exchange for goods. Woodslield, Sept. 10, l5!5o BBoilazid's rPHE undersigned has just opened a new JL Grocery, in Woodslield, where he is deter mined to sell as low, and many articles a littlk 1.OWE1: than any other Grocery in the place. The following is a partial list of his dock: Coffee, Sugars, Rice, Soaps, Teas, Vinegar, Pepper, Tubs. Molasses, Salt, Allspice, Candles, Salts, Ginger, Cigars, Brandies, . Buckets, Saleratus, Tobacco, Wines, Brooms, Cheese, Nails, Alcohol, Can.tlewick, Plows, Oysters, Suspenders, Bcd-cnrds, Crackers, Hatting, Matches, Confectionaries, Notions, &c. Call in and tryjiim, and if you cau get better bargains . v place else he will not ask you to purchast " JOHN WESLEY eTEED. Kov. 5, 185G. AT SUION HORKHEIMEir The undersigneil has just opened a LARGE and FASHIONABLE assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Consisting in part of the following articles: DRY GOODS, : GROCERIES, OJJEENSWARE. HARDWARE, HATS, CAPS, RON NETS. , ROOTS. - J SHOES, Ready Made -Clotli'mg etc. Ladies, especially; will find in his establish ment, the best and most fashionable variety o Ladies Dress Goods, together with all kinds of fancy goods, - Farmers and others from the country will find cheap and substantial staple goods. The fo.lowing are specimens of his prices. r Forty pieces of first-rate brown ' muslin at EIGHT AND A HALF cents per yard. Ten pieces of good luster at THIRTY ONE AND ONE FORTH cents per yard. Good Casinet coats at THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS. - i 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 cood bargains in return. . : SIMON 110RKUEIMER. . Woodsfield O. Oct. 15, 185(i. J. N. B1MDGMAN. JUST opened in the town of MALAGA a large aud attractive Stock of All who wish to purchase new and elegant styles AT VERY LOW PRICES can be suited. His Stock consists in part of ST A PLE DRY GOODS, - ... GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, ROOTS AND SHOES, in short everything usually found in a well filled Store. UASH OR PRODUCE taken for GOODS, on terms very favorable to the customer. Give me a call and see my GOODS; you can not fail to be pleased. ' J. N RRIDGMAX, Malaga, O., July 16, 185(5 Um. lw hiew ; store. SUGAR KETTLES, Cincinnati Axes, Jloose Axe-handles, Stable forks, &c. ttc, for sale at KIRK BRIDE'S. I TITE undersigned would respectfully i to Farmers and others, that he is v announce carrying n an extensive ItlacksiiiHh Shop, in BARESVILLE, Monroe County. Ohio, where he is prepared to manufacture, and will keep constantly on hands, Of every description and of the best materials, ilso RUGGIES, PLOWS. HARROWS, SHOVEL-PLOWS WITH STEEL SHOVELS, AXES, MAT TOCKS, GERMAN HOES, CORN" AND GARDEN HOES, EDGE-TOOLS, &c., &c. He will also keep on bands and for sale Plow-points,' all kinds of Castings, and a good assortment of IKON & STEEL. His work will be. warranted, and all oiders in his line piomptlv.atteiido 1 to. DAVID P NOLL. Hauesvii.lk, O., Oct. r, ls"o. f t v up a All persons knowing themselves indebted to P.O. OKEY wil please call and pay up imine liately as he is going east in a couple of weeks, and wants the cash. Come right alom; cen tlemen. F. G. OKEY. Woopsfielo. Sept. 18th. lS.rni. (tf.) Shoemaker Wanted A g;od jorneyman shoemaker can find per manent employment and trood wages, b- applvimr immediately to JOHN BURGBACIIER, Woodslield, O. NT) Jr. Burifbacher is manufacturing , B, THE FINEST LADIES SHOES in this pait of the country. He also makes WATER PROOF BOOTS a very desirable article for fall and winter wear, together with all kinds of boots, shoes, gaiters, slippers &c, for Men, Women and Children in first rate style and at low prices. Give him a call, at his shop, one door below M. Eurgb.ichcr's Clotltina Store. JOHN BURGBACIIER, Oct. 15, 1S3!5. (It) AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, F it TUX It A I'll) CURE Or Colds, Cw;rlii, n:ul Eoitr4.'ti4.'S8. lii-nrrt i.'i. Mams., iit), Pci-.. 1885. !':. J. C A Y!-:ti: I i!;i imt !M-i:n!n tos.iy In" ?i -.-r i' iin-.lv I !i::ii- c-,vr I'mii 1 r.lr 'n'i ili.. I Im ii vi-;t..v. I nflii.'ir.n. :oi.I t-.e :i :.).ni:H:t vniiito:iisuf u t'uhl. yniir '? liY iVn i::v!.. ftn i-inHMiit :.'t. ;n :..v tilTii'tiri. n:il Kiy fmaily fur tile lut v.-ui i:n -Iimwu it to JMMHiHI. sit(H- ft- -ir!t:fTi fur tin. ti-"Jiini'':if i.f llicm ni.Vi-i'u. E'M'.X KMvilll'. M.l). . IS. M ir;T1.i;Y. S ;f I-tsci. X. V . ivrirm: "I liavt : y- iv r " -:i. m--:i iili-l itl inv ' runi'.v ever sinrr . i i . ii ... i! an ! iip'ifve a th- Ih--i inc-iiiiiii- f:,r ii iv i pi:: n:it. With a lull full I slmnM muillrl i- i.'i 'i-.i' i'.!!nr lr . Sufi., limn ,,. uii,iul it. n; i- .:.! V. ill. ill-." 'rsij Hliiisuff C.ntuli, In flue ii .-rRlM;r.;.i, !c.. Kuh. 7. lsi". 1 will !i r-t". : ' i v r'T.if .vi:r I" tor i. . im I rli.-sl ilUrii-ti of r!iil.l;Tti. IV o' '' ' ai it-it jTimr skill, ami ." .a- ij.-iin- t.i if.r ('('!. IHKA.M C IN'KI.TX, M. I). S I.' . a r. 'V: ! . "'i T'::iFV. I writm. "1 .f:iti.. : ' iiiRu -ii7.:i, wliii-li nuiiiutil mo in ilimr 'i :il-ir.y ltii.ii;i'i:i,w wilh'itlt ri'lirf: linaih : n,:r I'l'":' ly the U'lvii'c nf nnr rli-r ylllilii. i , : i.!i"-rl tin mui.iiri in my tlii-nir :t:ni i.- : i ii! -i'i i:i!f tlir Initio niaiitMlii. i''i'ii;i!-"rly :; .i; '.!".i!''i!ifi ir'O !li" :hriii'it w.-M th,- U'M t . 't :-i- ,i;ii -.-.. -.. -in mi. Doctor. Ami jmr ivhk' - :iS !t.-.' : .'I' J:' e-'s r ii'Ilii." stis;i!J or 1'hlhisic, and Itronchiiis. V ST MM lllTF.!t. !.. Kl'Ii. 4. lr..Vi. : ViiirCHii'r I'.i-iimL ia if..rmitia mi-ci;'.n i. - :. :':) S K ti.ni. !t irli :iel si-viMiiJ from uld:- .iiis-iiinrii-iit. :iinl i now riirinis a iu;i:- I t hi all'-- lion of thr liillx for tli- V!Y I I't' KS. Wr.!:nt. A: ;'i -. Monkh:-: C:, I -w i vi"t e ai tii c of i:ianv V',ro ul to your ( n uiMiiMi'i vc I'm nil. l"!i- I". or -i;ril ir 11 S-'iiiv. !.l. lint in ii-1v i- f..t:i i"-1 till'.: 'c.i:iifi!!on. !''t:i I: ion ii to. (liiv Si V .. i ': -t. .!il . t 1. , : - . li'it f1V, (o ' tlione Ill( C'Uf. ...i 1 .-..mr-rt. ' . .-.ill' . V ..KOl-.T M;livll5 ! - 1 f't'I it . oiify itrt'l a i-l a.'ii. i--irr ; 'RT .'ril. li: :!,. f.. . ' 'iii iiio;..i iVioii.nf mi !,-r i: . ; i...oot .iii.'iinir i . tii-ii wliich no iii-1 -. -..ii jinA lT iiin.-li ri-iii-f. 'lip iva.. siailili t uril siroin; of !lii rjrv. wht-r we hnvi- r.ini. i'i-.i. .iiji-ii-IcI a (rial ot y -i r ni'iii-iTic. U .In k-. iu vi do your skill, for slic 1i.-j rir. n;it 'l.iv. .-Iu ii niit yi'l iirriiiiir in .liu hi. . . i .'i-'-. iVoni ln-r conli. ami cuils Ihtsi-Ii" uofi js ith irrntifnil.' aii-1 i-eirrml, (Ilil.AMKI .vlll.l.ilV. or .vv:i ... .. ifjiVr.. io not ilt'Hjiair till you Ii. v. triftl '.: , t . i r: i l It t mailil.y olK-of ili" Ih s; iin -l! .tii-i-- in tl;t- v.orlil. av-! Its fun nil arotiml u Ii : "'it' iii-li ni. iiis of iis virttiM 2':ii!i lil!liii J.nty rl 'Iyer's Uilaitic Pil!s: 1 IK !ft-itt-e of Oiemis ry ami Vetlicino lnoe Ice tnxetl tlnir iitniust to jHoduce tins I test, most perf; n-jrjittve wliicli is known to man. liinnnicmlilu prtt .4 shown that these t'n.LS liavo virtues wliit h surpiiss i .M't'Ht'nce. Uio vrtHitary medicines. au that they win mi ireredenteilly upon the esteem of all men. They aro si if. 'i I plcasmt to tuko. hut powerful to cure. Their jiein rating piDpct tics stimulate the vital activitit of the uu viuove Uie ohstrurtiuiis of ita organs, purify the Minn, mil expt'l tlisensc. Tlu'y purge our tlie foul humors vhiVi reed ami grow 4lbteniiert stimulate slitih ir tlisoi leretl orpuu into their natural action.nml impart health; tone wilh stieii":tli to the whole system. Not only ti i hey euro the every-hiy complaints of every iHHly. hi; ivlso funni-lahle antl datieroud dtwniies that have kiti'tV the !iwt of human skill. M hile they prhioe iott-rrl effects, they are at the simn time, In tlimiiiiMieil tkwe? s ifest ami hst jthynic that cau be en: ployed for chil iPMiitf sugar-cojitetl, they are pleasant to take; ami ! piirely vcgetaMe, are free from any rhsk of harm. Ci.. have been made w hich surpass (relief vere they not suh stanriated by men of such exalted position and charactei as to forbid the suspicion .of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and physicians have lent their mimes to certi fy to the public the reliability of my remedies, while oth ers have sent me the assurance of their convirtkm thai my Preparations contribute inmiensely to the relief of m aftlicted, suffering fellow-men. . The Agent below nanietl is pleased to furnish patis u American Almanac, containing directions for their ue mi! eriiflcait'S of their cures, of the following complaints: ' CtvitiveuoM. liilintiH Complaints, lihciinmti!iu, lrop.y lUai rbiirn. Hi adache arising fiom a foul Stomach. u .eu Iiidi.etion, .Morbid 1 naction ol the lioweEs and Tail 'I'-i.-iujlE tiieivfp 1:1. Klutuienry. Loss of Appetite, all t"le: tn-iid Cutaneous Disease whi h rcfiiiiie an evacuate ' o-diriiie. Scrofula or Kin'H Kvil. Thry also, by purilA thy blood and stimulating the' system, cure im;a oiiplaitit which it would not supposed they etn't . -ifh. smh as i'eafness. l'artial r.liudn'ssT Nenraitria an. 1-moih Irritability. Peianjremenrs of the l.iver and Kif X!' ;iiTt. utid other kimtred complairitfi ari-iinjs from ; .state tf the Ik1v or olwtructioti of its fuuctititis. ;-!. iiot hi' put t9T by unpiinc-ipu-d deab-rs wish nmu Ut i' till thev make. more profit on. Ask for Aym:' u.s and take nothh: else. No otlu-r they can jrl' 'i cotiipar -s wi-h this in it intrinsic value or cu::irit . w. ;s 'i'he i.k want the best aid there is ! 'he;:. .t':!n' should ha'p it. ' Jvjiu:r'5? ?JV Or. C. AVER. :- :: ;ii;i! sua Analytical Chemist, I.owoll, Ma. Ti'V:: .' res im'.. Js.vk I;i-': s f ik 1 . . M. Kirkbride, Woodsfield; Armstrong Mooncy & Co.,BcallsvilIe; Kotzebne & 01)linrer, Malaga; Charles Hare, Siim- merfield; and by all dealers iu Medi cities everywhere. August 20, 1856. Blank Deeds and Mortal res Mi.scellaneous. it for sale at this OHioe. Miscellaneous. MONROE HOUSE, WOODSF1ELD, OHIO. TITOS. K. DAVIS, Proprietor. rpiIE proprietor of the above named well 1 known and popular house, begs leave to remind the public that it still merits and main tains its old reputation. He has recently made extensive and costly improvements, and is bet ter prepared now than ever heretofore to ad minister to the comfort of his patrons. He promises that no Hotel in the town shall give better accommodations for the same money. THOMAS K. DAVIS. N. B. Especial care taken of horses. March 2o 1S5U. FIRE INSURANCE WOODSFIELI). COMPANY, OHIO. Thiscompany. being organized under a favor able charter obtained from the Legislature, is now in a prosperous condition, and "ready to In-nre Hotels. Dwelling Houses, Barns. Stables, Store Houses, Shops. i.Vc., &c. against loss by lire. DIRECTORS. NATHAN HOI.I.ISTKU ISAAi smith. C. lilKHL J W . . A l M ST K 1 1 NG . J KiiV.''l)S. JOHN KKIiK. Wli.UAM STKKI.. DAVENPORT, Pres't. JN'O. M. KIKK'lililllK I.KU'lS SIIIIM.KY. V A. TAI.IidT. J. B. ORI.IMiKB. wm. l.rn i:n. JOHN A N. Hoi.tisTKU. Treas. J. 1. NOLL. Secretary and Genera! Oct. 24, 1855. Agent. 1 1 EM LA NGE BROTHERS HAVE just received their large and splen did stock of . INCLUDING FOREIGN AN ASSORTMENT OP AND DOMESTIC GOODS.' FANCY GOODS, ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GROCERIES, HARD WARE, QUEENS W A RE. And also a most fashionable and durable lot of Ready-Made Clothing. Cheap purchases in the East, enable them to sell at astonishingly low prices For Cash r approved country produce. Give them a call at their store-house, oppo site the Post office. Woodskikld, Oct. 1, 1856. "WILLIAM TRTJAX'S ESTATE. IVfOTK'E is hereby given, that the undersigned 1 was, on l he 1st day of December, 185 i, confirmed by the Probate Court of ATonroe eounty, Ohio, as executor of the estate of Wm. Truax, deceased. JOHN P. FOGLE, Ex'r. Dee. 3. 1 ftt?. Iky a DoiHtorialile Home ! FARM FOR SALE. !1E subscriber oilers for sale an excellent farm, lying on the road fcetween Antioch (this county) and the Ohio river; being about a mile an I a half from the former, and about seven miles from the latter.- The farm contains 80 acres ALL LATINO WELL, about fiO acres of which is under culti vation. There is a new well finished TWO STORY PHAME HOUSE on il, to gether with other out-huihlinos pSSfi& suitable for a farm of (he size. "iiS.Na ' ni-ie is aiso A (i(H)I) OKl'IIARD of grafted fruit,-wi tiees. The firm i never fadine sprin !U i is well fenced, nicely jnlcd in. ' T' :h every, variety of fruit ( w;l watered with four i. and is in good rcp-iir 'I'he yard and garden an- any o.ie desiring to juo i-uie ' ; A Oitinfoi -table IT uio his firmoifers in luceim-nts rarely to I e rati with. Por fui'iliKi iiartii-ul.ir.s . imjuire of the subscriber on the farm, or a Id less him by let ter at Antioch, Monroe county, Ohio. W. II SMITH . Dee. 3, 1S56. Clarington Lcdgt. FJo 263, Of E. & A. Masons, meets the Monday on preceding the full moon in each month. J. D. O'CONNOR,. W. M. Wm. F. Booth, S. W. ROBT. ClIASE, J. W. Petek Wade, J. D. J AC. W. lIoWF.I.l., S. D Wm. T. Hckd, Sec'ry. James Collins, Tyler. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP MAILS AT SUNFISH, OHIO. Easteks Mail Leaves Wheeling (by Steam boat Stephen Bayard,) at 10 o'clock A. M., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ; arrives at Sunlish same days at 1 o'clock P. M. Return ing leaves Parkersburgh G o'clock A. M., Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives at Sun lish from 4 to G o'clock P. M., same days. Woodsfield Mail Depart Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P. M., and arrives Wednesdays and Saturdays by 9 A. M. Mail Arrangements. A RRIVAL AND DEPARTURE of the Mails at Xx. and from Woodsfield: Barn'esville Arrives every day (except Sun day) at 12 o'clock M. Departs every day (ex cept Sunday) at 1 o'clock p. M. ' Bar.nesville (via Calais) Arrives every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 2 o'clock M. De parts every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 P. M. Marietta (Western route) Arrives every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 P. M. ' Departs ev ery Monday and H ednesday at 5 A. M. Marietta (Southern route) Arrives every Saturday at 7 M. Departs every Friday at A. M. Susfish (Clarington) Arrives every Monday aud Thursday at 12 M. Departf same days at 1 P. M. St. Clairsville Arrives ev-ry Monday and Friday at 7 p. M. Departs every Tuesday and Saturday at 5 A. M. up! Pay up! ay All persons without distinction know in themselves indebted to the firm of X. Koelilep & Co., must call soon and settle; otherwise they mav lind their account in the hands of au officer. N. KOE1ILER & Co. Woodslield. Feb. 13. lSSii if PETE 11 HARMON'S ESTATE. ATOTICE is hereby given, that the undersign J ed have been appointed by the Probte Court of ilonroe couutv, Oliio. administrators of the estate of.l'eter llainion.j' laie of said Fall' and Winter county, deceased. JOHN UAK.VIOiN, Dec. 3, lt5ii JAMES HARMON. Misc ellancoiis. STEED'S HOTEL, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. WILLIAM READ, Proprietor: TPHE above named Hotel, having nndergone 1 a thorough repairing, is now in a first rate condition to accommodate boarders and travel lers. The table, sleeping apartments, &c, shall be such as to render this Hotel second to none in the place. Every attention will be paid to those who favor him with their custom, to make their stay pleasant and agreeable. Charges reasonable as any other Hotel in town. WILLIAM READ, WooDSFiKr.n, March 19, 1656". TO TEACHERS. riIHE Board of School Examiners' of Monroe L County, will hoi I meetings, at the. Stdiool house in WOODSFIELD, for" the 'purpose of examining te;iilier. o i the foliowlng days, viz : SATUh')Ar,J October. AtA, X56. " " II, " 18(, " " November 1st, " " 1 5, " " ' '" , 2A, " " " De. ember 2( t, ' " Exaininat'on-' to comnieiueat 8 o'clock, A. M. By order of the Board. WILLIAM WHEELER, Clerk of B. S. E. M. C. O. Sept. 24, 1850 3m. e w a no n AT CLARINGTOtf. The undersigned is just, lcieiving direct from the Eastern cities; a large and splendid stock of FALL AND WINTER Gr O O X J3 . Consisting in part of Dry Goo Is,. Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Iron, Nails, Ready AVade Clothing, &c, &c, .... Also a very large and extensive assortment of Boots and Shoes. All of which he will sell at the very lowest prices for Cash or Country Produce. As he is doing a Exclnsiyely, ho flatters himself he can give as good, if not better BARGAINS than can be had elsewhere. JAMES FARRIER. Scxkish, Sept. 22, 1S5G. . (tf.) DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Wheeling, (Va ) and Burlington, Iowa. Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual Charter. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Hon. James Buchajtax, " Wm. Wii.kixs, " Moses IIamttox, Hon. W. II. Lowrie, " Ciiari.es Naylor, Gen. J. K. Moorhead. Faculty at Pittsburgh. President, P. DUFF, Author of "Duff's Book keeping," "The Western Steamboat Account ant," &c; Professor of the Print ipks and Prac tice tf Double Entry Bookkeeping. A. T. Ilowden, II. M. Cowan, S. M. Elder, and W. 11. Duff, Associate Professors of Book keeping. " .1. D. Wl LLIAMS, (the best business and Or namental Penman in the United States,) Pro lessor of Penmanship. . . N. B. HATCH, Esq., Professor of Mercantile Law and Political Economy. Hon. Judge SHANNON and Hon. J. M. KIRK PATRICK, Special Luct iucrs on jlercahtile Law. Rev. DAVID FEKUUSON, A. m., (late Profes sor of Classics, &c, in Washii)g;on College, Professor of Commeicial Ethics. P. DUFF, Lecturer on the History and prin ciples of Ancient and ilodeiuC0Ui"meicefBank ing, &c. " ' "jimS MURPHY, Teacher of the Art of De tecting Counterfeit Bank Noies. (The only tlunouh'y qualined teacher of this Art iu this part of the country.) The Classical Department, embracing thorough Classical and English Education. P. L." STEWART, a." m., Principal, and Pio jessor ol At'ai hematics Classics. &c. P. L. Al'iiL, .Piof. of French and German languages. ihis is adniiiled to be the largest, and most perfectly organized I'ointilercial College ii the United State?;; and - paper I'lofessoks " ao of.eii a.ivertiseii by some Commercial Col leges) have never been and never will be an nounced in this. The classes have the sei vices of every person named above, the Trustees excepted. The four associate Professors of Bookkeeping have all been trained for business by the principal, and have the benelit of his sixteen years' experience as a preceptor, and his eighteen years' jnevious experience as an accountant. .' An mieijuate idea of the arrangements and extent of business done in the establishment can only be obtained from the pamphlet cir culars which are" mailed to all parts of the couutry. with specimens of Mr. WILLIAMS' penmanship when desired. ' . " ' DUFF'S BOOK-KEEPING, pp. 1D2, Royal Oc tavo, Harper's edition. Price $1 "50; postage 18 cents. DUFF'S COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, Price 50 cents; postage 9 cents. ' D U F F ' S STEAMBOAT BOOK-KEEriNG Price SI; postage i) cents. ' ggSold by all the city book-sellers. Sept. 3, 1S5G. ; ; ' Rachel Linn's Estate. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been appointed and qualified as Ad ministrator on the Estate of Rachel Linn, late of Monroe County, Ohio, deceased. JOHN KEYSEIi, Adm'r. Xov. 26, 185G THOMAS FLETCHER'S ESTATE. THE creditors of said estate are hereby noti fied, that on the 24th day of November, 185G, the Probate Court of Monroe county, O., declared said estate to be probably insolvent. Creditors are therefore required to present their claims against the estate to the undersigned, (living near Beallsville, in said county.) for al lowance, within six months from the time above mentioned, otherwise they will not be entitled to payment. THOMAS H.' FLETCHER, Nov. 2(5, ISoG. Am'r. C5 . JOHN 0ERECHT, LOCKSMITH, WOODSFIELD. O , TT AS opened a Shop in the building occupied XI by Japhet Smith, Blacksmith, where ho will attend to; M A K I X G AND RE PAIRING DOOR LOCKS, PADLOCKS, . TRUNK LOOKS, GUN L O C K S, &c; And will also repair broken cutlery, such as PEN KNIVES, SCISSORS, eye, '$c "A xenny saved is as cood' as two pence earned."' -; , JOHN OBRECI1T. WoesriELO, Nov. 19, 1S56, "CIIOOSETHE BESTFROi ALL THE GOODI'V ' Dr.S. FE1LLERSSU; FAMILY MEDICINES! : "I PREPARED AND SOLD BY DR. S. FELLKRJ.f ' '' Greenfield, Highland county, Ohio. " ', 'r I ECLECTIC LINIMENT. Price 25 cents'per : Si" J bottle ; Also, a 50 cent bottle holding thr " V' times the amount. ' ' '' !" This Medicine, having been before the public '" ' about six years, has, from actual experience' 1 ' given general satisfaction to thousands.. It ' onerates entirely different, frnm nit ments heretofore presented . to the public. " Having its specific effect upon the nerves, iC has power to destroy all character of pains (f from injury or disease; restoring weak nerves' their original feeling and strength, arid giving free motion to the joints, &o. .-? i -( . if To the afllicted it ia the cheapest Liximes ia the West, being double the strength of, any, other in use, and the bott.e fully a large., Ul -r Q The Eclectic Liniment is peculiarly adapted to ixTBuxAL as well as kxtersal. use, and i JOf( entirely a vegetable compound.,, v XTJ3XTC3- 33A.XSt5L3VTy'o; Oil VEGETABLE EXPECTORANT;'- For Coughs, Colds, and AfTectibns of Vu. the Lungs. '.;.' " " PRICE 40 CENTS PER BOTTLE, '.43, This Balsam is a compound entirely Fegetv3 ble. From its extensive use and npplieationrit at the bedside of the sick, the pioprietor' con.' nuentiy presents it to the public as a remedy ,.. unsurpassed by any other, for the cure of that j class of diseases for which it is recommendoLiiol Hundreds of those who have used it are ready to testify ' to its efficacy, but the use of ! one or two bottles will do more to convince those afflicted . with Coughs, Coidsjdnflnen- ' a, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping'.'. Cough, Pains in the Chest, and all Diseases ef ' the Throat and Lungs, than the testimony ef'.?I any number of witnesses... Try it and you will I V neeu no luruier evidence. : .: , . . It does not profess to care all diseases, ner,? does it profess to cure Consumption in Us last..-? stage, but it will cure if taken- in time, an, j j. nsed freelv. anil ntliur npd.ikiiw i.11 i , - assist nature such , as .diet, proper exeraise,,..--attention paid to clothing, &c. , ) 'r u; , , NTIREL7 VE6 ET ABL A FAMILY MEDICIjCrpi Tltese Pills are Unequalled by 'any 'MediJ-. cine known for Curing Diseases, fflVj ?' ing from a Deranged Liver J .;:v. PRICE TWE TT Y-F I YE CETS. As a remedy for many of the diseases pecu liar to the West, the Eclectic Pills haves equal; such as Billious Disease, for cleansing' the system generally in Chills, Fever adr'X Ague to act on the Liver and Secretions "-? cure Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Jaundice, Af-- J fections of the Kidneys, and diseases of the Blood cure Costiveness, &c. They' cleanse the Stomach and Bowels, operate specifically ! upon the Liver and Secretions, give tone to the'-" Digestive organs, and establish a healthy e--uf r tion in the whole system. Thus net only wi-'-moving present diseases, but preparingthe sys-;.',;'i tern to resist future attacks-of the same."' '.' : These Pills have been liefore the public about '.'-f,. four years, and they have acquired a reputation for the cure of LIVER COMPLAINTS as well v as other diseases for ' which they are recem mended which has never been equalled fcy-' ' any remedy, heretofore offered to the public, in the samo length of time. ' .i. ' All the foregoing Family itfedicines are prepared and sold by DR. S. FELLERS, -a His only authorized a sent in Woads field is A. D. DRIGGS.' June 4,180 ly. THE UNIVERSITY'S FAMLT ' IlEilKDIES;: ssued under the Seal, Sanction and Authority 'W THE UNIVERSITY OF FEEE MEDICISK AXm" POPULAR KNOWLEDGE, Chartered by the State of Pennsylvania, ' .April 29, i853,;, v;;:, ;;.,,I WITH A CAIM I Al. O F SlOO.ODO, ; i f-j -If Mainly for the purpose of arresting the etUtis:;' of Spurious and Worthless Nostrums;-' Also, for supplying the Community with re- '- liable Remedies wherever a Competent -' physic cian cannot or will not be employed. This In- : stitution has purchased from Db. JOHN IL KOWAND. his celebrated . , , ... Rowand' s Tonic --Mixtitrci Known for upwards of twenty-five years as th only sure and safe cure for FEVER and AGUE, &c, and his inestimable Remedy for' BOWEL '' COMPLAINT'S, -- ":- ROWAND'S ;:'"' . Compound Syrnp of Blackkrry RooV1 Which highly approved aud popular Reme dies, together with f .-, , ITie University's Remedy for Couplaikts ef the Lungs; .,. ,. , .;j ,,.,,.. t .,!..i The University's Remedy for Dtspbpsia .er,i i, IsmoESTios; . . -,; v. ,lf Tho University's Remedy for Costive Bowels; t Also, the Uxiversitt's Almanac may be jAad,.,'!, at the Branch Dispensary, or store of . r .... t!. , LEVI BALDWIN, . i 1.. - Sunfish, Monroe Co. .0.,. : Also by Wm. STEEL & SON, Stafford, Ohio, 1 Aslo by Jacob T. Moruill, Sunfish Ohio,., 1.,' July 11, 1855. . ; ., ...rrl.r COVERLET AND CARPET jO-l '..'j-,jt rpiIE undersigned is engaged in weaving" C6,V- ... X iiUL.iiiis ana CAJKi'Jii a of every style and variety. ' ' ' '. ",.".;'' ' , He has two looms, one of wluch' weaves tw different figures, and the other eight, as follows !; , Philadelphia Beauty, Bellsville WreatK " ': Beauty of the West, Lady's Fancy,J . Gentleman's Fancy, Highway '''"'"'""J viaUUCIIJI 111117, Farmers' Choice, ' ' ' Enterprise, and North Star. ! tn vilJittiU The last eight are woven with a seam, ani " t the first two without seania. '' 1 "'"' ' Eitlier double or single Coverlets "woven eft , the si rrte t notice. ' Thote having no chain can be supplied by ' the undersigned. The following are his terms : .. , Coverlets, per pair, $5,00 or 2,25 each for three or more Coverlets all , woven without " seams. Carpets Common 10 cents per,. yard' ' " double chain 12J cents per yard. " ' ' ,;' ".' 10 , . CHARLES BRUNER, ., MiLTOssBUBon, June 25, 1S5U. '"" N. B. Coloring done in the best possible ''" style., b'm. ! .. '"..'.' ".j" ' -. ' Motice. ,,"":,';,'"5i"f''-i5:iyr THE public are hereby informed that ;tbereT'"' was issued to Robert" Hall, 'a land War-1 rant for 120 acres, No. 82U09, tinder act of " Jarch 3, 1S55, aud which was mailed from the Pension Office at' Washington City; to the ad- '"1 dress of John S. 'Way, Woodsfield, Monroe', tl county, Ohio; that said warrant was mailed1 k i :ll lor.; 1 i ' ; 1 , atiuuav ii-"W aii'A tiaa ucivr it'nuiiru tv destination. The said Robert Hall will applyl?A to the Pension Otflce for a duplicate Warrant after the exoiration of sii weeks from thi date. - . JOHN S WAY; Agent Key! - 5 for Robt Hf 11, ' ' 1 if it i' , i Ian -. i oji taiw at iui3 uuicij.