f iiitt 'iiWtriii;irniiir"i
THE S P I li I T OF BE10C11 AC Y .
. 'A i Uiclielors Thermometer.
At 1 6 Impatient pafpftatfons towards
tto jounpr ladie
At 1 7 Blushing and confusion in con
Trsiur wsh them.
V At liJ Confidence in couversiug with
them njucli fucretised.
: At 19 Angry if treated by them as a
At 20 Very conscious ' of his own
charms and manliness.
At 21 A looking-glass in his room
indispensable to admire himself--At
At-23 Thinka no woman good enouglr
far him. l " v '
At 24 Caught unawares by the snares
of Cupiii " ; .
At 25 The connexion broken off, for
self-conceit on his part.
Ai"26 Conducts himself with .much
superiority towards her. '
iAt 27 :Pays his-addresses t another
lady, not without hope of mortifying the
first. ; ' ; - ; -
At'2S -Mortified and frantic at being
-'At 20- Rails against the fair sex in
getrefal.1 1 '
At 30 Morose and- out of humor in
ajl conversations oh matrimony. .
- tAt 31 Contemplates matrimony more
under the influence of interest than for
merly." At 32--Gonsider3 personal beauty in a
wife not so-indispensable as formerly.
"'At SS--Stiir maintains a-higlv opinion
of his own attractions as a husband.
.(At 34 Consequently has no idea but
he may still marry a "chicken."
TAt 35 Falls deeply and violently in
UTe witlf ono of " seventeen."
At 36- Another refusal..
-.-At 37 Indulges iu every kind of dis
sipation. - ;
' At 38 Siiuns the-best part of the fe
' male sex. w
At 39 Suffers much remorse ond mor
tification oa so doing.
At 40 A fresh budding of matrimo
nial ideas no spring shoots. .
w,'At 41' A nice young widow perplexes
At 42 Ventures to address her with
v mixed 'sensations of love and interest.
. At 43 Interest prevails, which causes
mack cautious reflection. . - v
'At 44 The widow jilts him, being as
cautious as himself.'
A 45 Becomes everyday more averse
to the fair -sex. -- '
'At 4 6 Gouty and nervons symptoms
begin to appear. . ?
iI,At 47-r-Fears what may become of
him when old and infirm.
" At 48 Thinks living " alone " quite
" irksome. ..." !
;At 48 Resolves, to have a prudent
"voune" woman as - houiekeeper and
companion. ' ' '
, At 50 A nervous affection about him,
and frequent attacks of the gout.' 1
At 51 Much pleased with his own
housekeeper as nurse. ' "
At 52 Begins to feel "some " attach
ment to her. ! . :
At 53- His pride revolts at the idea
of. marrying her.
At 54 Is in trreat distress how to
act. '' v; ; ' 'j r ' . . --" -
-At 55-Coniplerely under her influence,
aid very miserable.
At 66 Many painful-thoughts about
parting with her. , .
At 57 She refuses to live any longer
With mm solo. . s---.'-
-.i-At 68 Gouty, nervous and bilious to
excess,"; ' '
'At 59 Falls very ill, sends for her to
hi4 bedside, and intends espousing her.
At 60 Grows rapidly worse, has his
will made in her "favor," and makes his
exit.---' Punch. ... ., , .
-. x V'C " Crmolmo in Eliyme. .
BY TUB PRIHTXH'S DZVIL A BON TO TBS
. .ui.'iT OLD MAX.1' ' ' '
A'lady with a' crinolind was walking
do wo the street -her feathers fluttered in
the air her hoops stuck a feet. . She
walked the earth as if 6he felt of it she
waVuo part, 'and proudly did she step
'. ulong, for pride was in her heart. She
did not Eee a curly dog which walked close
br ber side.-all save the bushy tail of
which her crinoline did hide., llis tail the
dog "with pleasure shook it fluttered iu
the wind, and from the lady's crinoline
, stuck out a foot behind. A crowd the
tail sooidid espy, as it waved to and fro,
aDd.like a. rudder seemed to point which
way the maid should go. The curly dog
right pleased was he such quarters he had
got. and walked beside the lady in a kind
of doggish trot. ' Each step the lady now
- did take, served to increase her train, while
' tliose wbo.followed in her wake.roared out
itb; might and main. Some held their
side and laughed so hard, and many fair
ly, cried, "and many even still confess that
they.d like, to died. Cut still the lady
Bailed aloi g incrinolir.eaud pride, unmind
ful of th crew behind, or dog close by her
side But soon another dog espied the
tail which fluttered f.ee it-so provoked
the doggish ire he could not let it be- but
. with ferocious growl, for battle, straight
: ke went and 'neatb ' the lady's crinoline
both dogs were quickly pent. They
fought rris said one hour or more the
. lady nothing knew but .with her head
erect sailed on, aud-did her way pursue.
Some -say he never would have knowj at
ail about the fight, had not oue dog mis
took and gave her "limb" an awful bite.
But since" that day I've beard it -"aid the
lady ne'er wns seen upon the stfeet, with
so much pride and tuch a crinoline. ;
fgIJt is not high crimes, snchss rob
bery and murder, which destroy the peace
of society. The village gossip, jealousies,
family quarrels and bickerings between
neighbors, and meddlesomeness and tat
tling, are the worms that eat mto all so
cial happiness. '
t5T"A' Missionary was telling nu L -iiiii
th-it. hV onpht jo love his eneir.ifs.
"Me; do kve Vm," was the rely "Me
l.ve m'usf niy wor.-it enemiui, wmsKEi' and
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Incorporated A. D. 1819.
Cash Assets Jan. 1, 1856, $1,014,396.
INSURANCES can be effected with its agency
in tuis place and policies issued without
delay for this old and favorably known Com
pany against the dangers of fire on
Dwellings and Coutcnts, Stores and Mer
chandise, Mills and Machinery, Man
ufactories and Stock, Colleges,
Halls, Bridges, Public
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The Perils of Inland Navigation.
Of Boats, Cargoes, or Freight and Car
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nals, Rail Roads, or other
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for mutual safety and reliable indemnity to
Losses Equitably Adjusted and prompt
' ly Paid.
35 Especial attentioft given to the Insu
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from 1 to 5 years.. '
If it is a sound practice in owners to insure
dangerous classes of property, it i3 equally
proper to protect the safer and more innocent
descriptions, as a just difference is made in the
rates of premiums charged. In fact, the lat
ter being safer, is done ati lower relative profit
:md its cost more nicelydetermined. Krery
one that possesses the least ability to accumu
late, should protect all his property to the full
scope insur.-.nco shields it.
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All business transacted with dispatch and
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.. ' Ant at WooJsfieU, Ohio.
Nov. 19, 1S5S. " 1
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Archbold & Richardson,
Attorneys at Law,
Woodxficld, Monroe Co., Ohio.
JOHN S. WAY,
Attorney at Law,
Woodsficli Monroe Co., Ohio.
OfSco two doors south o Probate Office.
J OKI. F. KANUJUI.RH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio.
Attorney at Law,
WOOHSFIELB, MONROE CO., OHIO.
Will practice in Monroe and adjoining
Counties. OlHce up stairs over Sinclair & Ba
N. HOLLISTER. ' WM. OKEY. B. UOLLISTER.
. HoUistcr, Okcy & Hollister,
Attorneys at Law,
Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio.
S. M. RICHARDSON.
Drs. Martin & Iiicliardsou,
njPEXDER their Professional
services to the citizens of
WOODSFIELD and vicinity
5?OIucc over Kirkbride's store
BR, T. C. KIGER,
Hesi Jeneo & Office at "W. C. Anshutz's,
ly Clarington, Monroe Co., O.
Dr. J. II. Picrsoh
OFFKilS his professional services to
the citizens of Woodsfield and
vicinity, lie has removed his office
to the room formerly occupied by I)r.
may 16 '55.
Dr. W. II. Dowell,
dnlioch, Monroe Co., Ohio.
Dr. 11. M. Andrews,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
("Residence in Adams township,
on his farm adjoining Wm. Alexander.
S. J. EVANS,
WORKER IN MARBLE,
BARNESV1LLE, BELMONT CO., O.,
Is just in receipt of a large lot of fine, white
Marble, which he deigns to sell low. lie is
prepared to make Monuments, Tombs, Head
Stones and slabs for furniture, in the most
workman-like manner, and of the best material,
in as good a style and on as reasonable terms
as any other establishment in the West.
Please give him a call. jan.30.
DUFF'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE
of Pittsburgh, Pa., Wheeling, (Va.)
and Burlington, Iowa.
Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the
Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Ilia Excellency tho Hon. JAMES EUCIIAXAN,
President elect of the United States.
Hon. Wm. Wilkixs, Hon. Charles Natlob,
" Moses Hamptos, Gen. J. K. Mooruead
'i W. H. Loweie,
Faculty at Pittsburgh.
President, P. DUFF, Author of "Duff's Book
keeping," "The Western Steamboat Account
ant," &c; Professor of the Prim iplts and Prac
tice cf Double Entry Bookkeeping.
A. T. HOW DEN, Professor of Mathematics
and adjunct Professor of Bookkeeping.
W. 11. DUFF, 1
THOS.' MUGABE?' I A3SCia te, trrof?ssor3
T.G.JONES, j Bookkeeping.
J. C. STOCKTON, '
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, &e., in Washington College,
Professor of Commercial Ethics."
JOHN MURPHY, Teacher' of the Art of De
tecting Counterfeit Bank Notes. (The only
thoroughly qualified teacher of this Art in this
part of the country.)
F. L. APEL, Prof, of French and German
E. OUDRY, Professor of Ifechanical and
PARK BENJAMIN, of New York, and other
equally distinguished literary gentlemen from
eastern cities, will als lecture before the Col
lege during winter.
This is believed to be ths only Establish
ment in the Union founded, organized andcou
ducted by a practical Merchant, who, from the
most matured experimental information, has
brought the Accountant's and .Merchant's edu
cation to a degree of perfection never attained
by the best theoretical teachers.
Upwards of 4,000 Students have been edu
cated for tho .Mercantile Profession; and such
has been the recent increase of business that
a large additional Hall and several additional
teachers of Bookkeeping have become neces
sary for the accommodation of the students.
Students have aecess to a library of 3,000
For full particulars send for specimens of
Mr. WILLIAMS' Penmanship and a circular of
44 prsges mailed free.
DUFF'S BOOK-KEEPING, pp. 192, Royal Oc
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address any of the Pittsburgh Booksellers, or
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Jan. 7, 1S57.
Notice in Attachment.
VACHEL BARNES and FREDERICK SCIIU
' MAKER, non-residents of Monroe county,
Ohio, will take notice that on the 10th dav of
January, A. D. 1857, at my instance a writ of
attachment was issued by John W. Barnett,
Esq., a Justice of the Peace in and for Frank
lin township, in said county, demanding two
hundred and sixty-one dollars and eighty cents
with interest thereon from the first of May
185i), and that said case will be for trial before
said justice, on the 2Slh dav of February, A.
D. 1S57, at 10 o'clock, A. M"
Jan. 2S, 1857. . JOSEPH II. MARKEY.
SUGAR KETTLES, Cincinnati Axes, .Moose
Axe handles, Stable forks, &c., &c, for sale at
THIS WAY! THIS WAY!!
rjlHE undersigned would respectfully announce
to Farmers and others, that he ia carrying
on an extensive
in BARES VILLE, Monroe County. Ohio, where
he is prepared to manufacture, and will keep
constantly on hands,
Of every description and of the best materials,
BUGGIES, PLOWS, HARROWS,
SHOVEL-PLOWS WITH STEEL
SHOVELS, AXES, MAT
CORN AND GARDEN HOES,
EDGE-TOOLS, &c, Ac.
He will also keep on hands and for sale
Plow-points, all kinds of Castings, and
a good assortment of
IRON & STEEL.
His work will be warranted, and all oiders
in his line promptly attendol to.
DAVID P. NOLL.
Bakesville, O., Oct. 8, 1S5(.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
tf.G. OKEY wil jilea.se call and pay up imme
diately as he is going east in a couple of weeks,
and wants the cash. Come l iijht along gen
tlemen. lV G. OKEY.
WoonsviELD, Sept. 18th, lSSO. (tf.)
NOTICE IN PARTITION.
WILLIAM LATSIIAW, (a m.'nor,) of the
State of Indiana, will take notice, that a
petition was li!nl against him, on the 5lh day
of January, in the year eighteen hundred and
fifty-seven, in the Court of Common Pleas of
nroe county, in the State cf Ohio, by James
Hindman, of the county of .Monroe, in the St:ite
of Ohio, as the guardian of John Latshaw,
Elizabeth Lat? haw, and Hester Anne Latshaw,
and is now pending wherein said James Hind
man, as guardian aforesaid, demands partition
of the following described real estate situate in
said county of .Monroe, to wit: The south east
quarter of -the north west quarter of section
thirteen, township six, of range six, contain
ing fortj' acres, more or less; and at the next
term of said Court application will be made by
the paid James Hindman, for an order that
partition be made of said premises.
JAMES FITZ-R AN DOI.ni,
i, 1S"7. Att'y for Petitioner.
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FOK THE CUKE OF
Headache, Sick Headache, Font Stomach.
Pittsburg, Pa., May 1. lt65.
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of your l'ills. It m-ciiis to arise from a foul stomach, which
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tue, the fact in worth knowing.
Yours with great respect, KP. W. PREBLE,
CTer.l- nf Sleamer Clarion.
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints.
: Department or the IxmtioR, )
AVAsnmcTos, D. C, 7 Feb, 1SW. J
Sm: I have nsed your Pills in my general and hospital
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ly they are an admirable ramedy for firangements of that
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tone so obstinate that it did not readily yield to them.
Fraternally yours, ALONZO BALL, M. D,
Physician of ait Harint Hospital
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.
Post Office, IIartlaxd, Liv.Co., MicB, Not. 16, 1855.
Dr. Atf.r: Your Pills are the perfection of medicine.
They have done my wife more good than I can tell yon.
the had been sick ond pining away for months. Went
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then commenced taking your Pills, which soon cured her,
by expelling large quantities of worms (dead) from her
body. They afterwards cured her and our two children
of bloody dysentery. One of our neighbors had it bad. and
my wife cured him with two Mioses of your Pills, while
others around us paid from Are to twenty dollars doctors'
bills, and lost much time, without being cured entirely
even then. Such a medicine as yours, which ia actually
good aud honest, will be prized here.
GEO. J. GRIFFIJI, Fbslmasler.
Indigestion and Imparity of the Blood.
li-om Jta. J. V. IJima, Ftutor of Adx-ent Clttirch, Boston.
Dr. Ateru I have used your Pills with extraordinary
success in my family and tniong those 1 am callud to visit
In distress. To-rcgulate the organs of digestion and purify
the blood they are the Tery best remedy I have ever
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fvisndi. Tours, J. V. IIIMES.
Warsaw, Wyoming Co., N. Y.. Oct. 24, 1855.
Dear Sir : I am using yonr Cathartic Pills in my pnie
Mce, and And them an excellent purgative to cleanse the
ytem and purify tho fountains of the blood.
JOHN G. MEACIIAM, M. D.
Erysipelas, Scrofula, King's Evil, Tetter,
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From a Funcarding Mercltant of St. Jjouis, Ftb. 4, 1856. !
Dr. Ater: Your Pills are the paragon of all that is
great in medicine. Thev hare cm-ed mv litri .inn.i,tor
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ly afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and iu
her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried vour
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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Goat.
From Hie fiev. Dr. Hawkti, of the Methodist Epis. Cmrck
Pulaski House, Savaskah, Ga., Jan. C. 1856.
Honored Sie : I should lie ungrateful for the relief join
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A cold settled in my limbs and brought on exemciu'ting
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Senate Chamber, Baton Rouge, La., 5 Dec, 18;"5.
Dr. Avsr : I have been entirely cured by your Pills of
Rheumatic Gout a painful disease that had alliicted me
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For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Com
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though a valuable remedy iu skilful bands, is dangerous
in a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fre
quently follow its incautious use. These contain no mer
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AYEPtS CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR THE RAPID CURE OFr
COUGHS,COLDS, HOARSENESS, INPJ.IT
E1VZA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOP1KU
COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IN
and for the relief of consumptive patients in advanced
stages of the disease. ...
We need not speak to the public of its virtues.
Throughout every town, and alronnt every Imnilet of the
American States, its wonderful cures of pulmonary com
plaints have made it already known. Nuy, few are the
families in any civilized country on this continent without
some personal experience of its effects; and fewer yet the
communities any where which have not among them
some living trophy of its Tictory over the subtle and dnn
geronB diseases of the throat and kings. bilo it is the
most powerful antidote yet known to man for the ftniui
dable and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it
is also the pleasantest and safest remedy that can lie tm-
Eloyed for infants and young persons. Parents tdiould
ave it in store against the insidious enemy tiiat steals
upon them unprepared. M'e have abundant grounds to
believe the Ch:rrv Pkctor.u. savea more lives ly Ute con
sumptions ft prevents than those it cures. Keep it by
yon, and cure your colds white they are curable, nor neg
lect them until no human skill can master the inexorable
canker that, fastened on the vital, eat-i yonr life away.
All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and us
they know too the virtues of this remedy, we need not do
more than to assure them it is still made the best it can '
be. We sjtaro no cost, no care, no toil to produce it the
most perfect possible, aud thns afford those who rely on
it the best agent which our skill can furnish for tlu ir cure.
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. ATER,.
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Slasu.
AXD SOLD BT
J M.: Kirkbriile, Woodsfield; Armstrong
Mooney & Co., IJeallsvilic; Kotzebiie &
Oblinger, Malaga; Charles Hare, Sum
iuerfield; and by all dealers ia Medi
August 20, 185G.
Blank Deeds . and Justices
Blanks for sale at this effiee.
THOS. K. DAVIS, Proprietor.
rpilE proprietor of the aliove named well
l known and popular house, hegs leave to
remind the public that it stili merits and main
tains its old reputation. He has recentlv 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
ueuer accommodations for the same money.
THOMAS K. DATIS.
N. B. Especial care taken of horses.
March 20, 185G.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
This company, heing organized under a favor
able charter obtained from the Legislature, ia
now in a prosperous condition, and ready to
Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables,
Store Houses, Shops, &c, &c, against loss by
NATHAN TIOLLISTEH, ISAAC SMITH,
JNO. M. KIRKDSIDE,
W. .. TALBOT,
J. B. OBI.IXGER,
J. W. ARMSTRONG,
.1. 1. NOLL, Secretary- and General Agent.
Oct. 24, 1855.
Buy a Comfortable Home !
FARM FOR SALE.
rpilh subscriber offers for sale an excellent
J farm, lying on the road hetween Antio
(this county) and the Ohio river; beinc ahout
a mile and a half from the former, and about
seven miles from the latter;
' The farm contains 80 acres ALL LAYING
WELL, about 50 acres of which is under culti
vation. There is a new well finished TWO
STORY 1'RAUE HOUSE on it, to
gether with other out-huildiugs
suitable for a farm of the size.
There is also
A GOOD ORCHARD
of grafted fruit, with every variety of fruit
trees. The farm is well watered with four
never failing springs, and is in irood repair.
and is well fenced. The yard and garden are
nicely paled m. To any oue desiring to pro
A Comfortable ITome
this farm offers inducements rarely to be met
with. For further particnlarsinqnire of the
subscriber on the farm, or address him by let
ter at Antioch, Monroe county, Ohio.
W. H. SMITH.
Dec. 3, 1S5S.
PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT
Announces to flip public that be is prepared
to execute all kinds of DENTAL WORK at
usual rates, particular care will be taken to
PRESERVE NATURAL TEETH, and no one will
be required to take any work without being
entirely satisfied. .
Those having decayed teeth would perhaps
do well to give him a call
S01IERTON, sept. 18th, 1858. (ly.)
NOTICE IX PARTITION.
PHILIP IIUBER (a minor) of Monroe county,
Ohio, will take notice that a petition was
tiled against him, on the first day of December,'
in me year ejguieen nunareci ana nity-six, m
the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county,
mtno state or-Uhio, by Andrew lluber, of Mon
roe county, Ohio, and is now pending, wherein
the said Andrew Huber demands partition of
the loliowmg described real estate, situate in
said county of Monroe, and State of Ohio, to
wit: The west half of the north east quarter
of section thirty-two, township sis, of range
six, containing sixty acres, more or less; also
the north west quarter of the south east quar
ter of section thirty-three, township six, of
range six, containing thirty acres, more or less,
and at the next term of said court, application
will be made by the said Andrew lluber, for an
order that partition be made of said premises.
Dec. 3, 1S5G. Att'y for Andrew lluber.
G. P. HOKSE.
W. T. TER11Y.
MW MACHINE SHOP.
IIORNE, KIERNAN & CO.
WOULD respectfully inform the public that
they have entered into partnership in
the business of
BUILDING THRESHING MACHINES,
THRESHERS AND CLEANERS
of the LATEST AXD 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
nterest to do their work in the best manner
possible. They, therefore, have no hesitation in
Warranting their IJ orh.
MACHINES WILL IiE REPAIRED on the
shortest notice and most favorable terms. Mr.
Home having been engaged in the businees for
the past year in the extensive shops at Martin's
Ferry is posted in all the recent improvements.
Clarington, Oct. 20, 1856.
THOMAS WITTEN, whoso place of residence
is without the State of Ohio, will take no-
ice that on the 25 th day of December, A. D.
85G, at the instance of Alfred Hughs, deceas
ed, a summons and an order of attachment
was issued against mm by Joel b. Randolph.
Justice of the Peace, within and for the
county of Jlfonroe and State of Ohio, demand-
iuff $53 75. That said summons was returned
endorsed, dofeudant not found, and said order ,
of attachment endorsed, no goeds, &c, found
whereon to levy, said attachment with a sug
gestion to said Justice that said Thomas Wit-
ten had an interest in real estate m said coun
ty. The said Alfred Hughs, as the Adminis
trator of Thomas Hughs, deceased, thereupon
on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1856, filed
a transcript of said proceedings in the Court of
Common Pleas of said county, and obtained an
order of attachment thereon, which has been
served, of all of which the said Thomas Wit
ten will take notice. The said Thomas Witten
will also take notice that on the 31st day of
of December, 1856, 'ho s.'.id Alfred Hughs, as
tho Administrator of Thomas Hughs, deceased,
filed in said Court his petition in Civil Action,
against said defendant for fifty three dollars
and seventy-five cunts, with interest thereon
froinllio 20th day of January, ls49. You will
take notice that unless you appear in said
Court, on or before the 12th day of January,
1837, and answer or demur to said petition,
that at the March term of said Court, 1S57,
said plaintiff will ask for a judgment against
you by default. , .
. - HOLLISTER & OKEY,
Jan, 21. 1857. Att'ys for Plahxiiir. -
WOODSFIELD, OIIIO. 3
WILLIAM HEAD, Proprietor.
THE above named Hotel, having undergone
a thorough repairing, is now in a first rate
condition to accommodate boarders and travel
lers. The table, sleeping apartments, &c, shall
be such as to render this Hotel second to none
in the place. Every attention will h paid to
those who favor him with their custom, to make
their stay pleasant and agreeable. Charges
reasonable as any other Hotel in town.
"WoonsFrELD, March 19, 1856.
IlOIt SALE A valuable compass,
. chain and case of Surveyors insl
AltCIIBOLD & RICHARDSON,
Agents for Haft and others.
17, 1850. 3w. . .
HENRY DOBBINS, whose place of residence
is unknown, will take notice that pa the
19th day of December; 1S5S, a petition was filed
against him and others in the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio,' by Benja
min Stine, the object and prayer of which is to
quiet the title of the following premises, situ
ate in Monroe county, Ohio, and described as
follows: All the bottom land lying and being
on the north east side of the Muskingum creek
which belonged to John Dye in hig life time, and
which is situated in section 21, of township 3,
and range 5. Said Henry Dobbins is requested
to answer on or before the 7th day of February
1857, or judgment will betaken tliat he
his interest in said premises to Benjamin Stiue. J
JOHN S. WAY,
Dec. 24, 1850 Cw. Att'y for Plaintiff.
DOZEN ECLECTIC PRIMERS, 38 dozen
Eclectic spellers, 11 dozen 1st. 2nd. 3rd.
4th and 5th readers; 14 dozen 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Arithmetics and Keys; 3 dozen 1st and 2nd
Ray's Algebra's and Keys. :
Tartar's Philosophy 1st lessons;
Silliman'a Chemistry; :
Copy Books, Paper, Ink; -
Giilott's No. 303 pens, ; Composition
books, &c, &c. , ' :
fl2gr Merchants supplied at wholesale
prices by JXO. M. KIRKBRIDE
Dec. 24,;1S55. r , . .
W. T. SINCLAIR.
MARTIN BAKER, JR.
SINCLAIR & BAKER
rpAKE pleasure in announcing to their cus
X 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
Also Groceries of various kinds .
Iron, Nails, Plow-points, Salt, (Kanawa
fig "Produce of every kind will be
received in exchange for goods.
WoodsfielJ, Sept. 10, 1S5U. . ,
POLLARD & GREEN, Proprietors,
THIS new and splendid Hotel has been leased
- for a term of. years by the above proprie
tors, and this day opened for the reception of
tue J. raveling rultiic, under the General euper
intendance of J. A. SCOTT, Esq., late Proprie
tor of the " Stacy House," Zanesville, O., and
from its convenient location, enjoys the great
est advantages over all other Public Houses in
the City. It is . . - , . ;
SITUATED ON WATER STREET,
at the Steamboat landing, and near the B. & O.
and Ht-mpfield R. R. Depots.
Its whole appointments, in respect to size
and comfort of its rooms the style and ele
gance of its Furniture, and in reference to the
quality of its Tables, the proprietors feel as
sured will compare favorably with the best
regulated. Hotels in the country. Attached to
the House is a . '-- - ' '
With Large and Airy Rooms, well furnished,
and provided with all the appliances of HOT,
COLD and SHOWER BATHS.
Omnibuses at all times in readiness to
take Passengers to and from the Cars and
ggThe Offices of the Baltimore & Ohio
and Central Ohio Railroads are ' next door to
this House. .
ELZY BARTE.MUS, will take notice that on
the 9th day of January, 1857, his wife
Margaret Bartemus, liled in the court of Com
mon Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, a petition
against him, which is now pending, asking for
a divorce and allimony; cause first, wilful ab
sence for more than three years; second adal-'
tery. Said petition will be for hearing in said
ceurt, at the March term, 1S57. ' ' :
HOLLISTER & OKEY, " ;
Jan. 14, 1357. Att'ys for Petitioner.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
MAILS AT SUNFISH, OHIO.
Eastern Mail Leases Wheeling (by Steam
boat Stephen Bayard,) at 10 o'clock A. M.,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ; arrives at
Sunfish same days at 1 o'clock P. M. Return
ing leaves Parkersburgk G o'clock A. M., Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives. at Sun
lisli from 4 to G o'clock P. M., same days.
Woodsfield Mail Departs Tuesdays and
Fridays at 5 P. M., and arrives Wednesdays
and Saturdays by 9 A. M. . ,, : i: .
Mail Arrangements. '
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE of the Mails at
and from Woodsfield : , ... -
Barsesvillb Arrives everyday (except Sun
day) at 12 o'clock M. Departs every day (ex
cept Sunday) at 1 o'clock p. M. .
Barsesvillb (via Calais Arrhes every
Wednesday and Saturday at 1 2 o'clock Mi. De
parts every Wednesday and Saturday at 11'. M.
Marietta (Western route) Arrives every
Tuesday and Thursday at 7 P. M. Departs ev
ery Mofciay aud Wednesday, at 5 A. M.. , :
Marietta (southern rpute). Arrives every
Saturday at 7 p. M. Departs every Friday at
5 A. M. '
Sunkirh (Clarington) Arrives every Monday
and Tiiuii Jay at 12 M. Departs same days at
1 P. M: - :
St. Clairsvillb Arrives every Monday and
Friday at 7 p. M. Departs every Tuesday aud
Saturday at 5 A. M. : ...... ( . j
TIMOTHY SEED, Ky. Blue Jrass Seeds
I'emp, Seed, Garden .'eeds, c, &c, for
So at v KIRKBUn '
" CHOOSE TIIE BEST jFKOli
ALL THE GOODH't ?!
. FAMILY- MEDICmEsf-;;
PREPARED : A J?D SOLD BY. DR S. FeUeI '
Greenfield, Highland county. Ohiu: '
TpCLECTIC 02aMEKTZM'25L: .'
Li bottle ; Also, a 50 cent bottle holding thrf
times the amount. .,-: ...j ot !l
This Medicine, having been before the public
about six years, has, from actual experience,
given general satisfaction ; to thousands.!' It r
operates entirely different from all other, Xi'ai-,
ments heretofore presented to the - public,
Having its , specific effect upon the nerves,
has power to destroy all character , of paiaB
from injury or disease; restoring weak nerves
their original , feeling and strength, and giving
free motion to the joints, &c. . . ,j .,,
To the afflicted it is the cheapest Likmcest im
the West, being double the strength of, any.
other in use, and the bottle fully as large.?
The Eclectic Liniment is peculiarly adapted f
to isterxal as well as .kxtbbxai use, and i;
entirely a vegetable compound. v
OR VEGETABLE EXPECTORANT
For Coughs, Colds, and Affections 'of,'
- v- .. .. t j the Lungs. .... ; .r (. ,
-PRICE40.CENTS PER BOTTLE." t
This Balsamss a compound entirely vegetal
ble. From its extensive use and application
at the bedside of the sick', the proprietor con
fidently presents it to the public as a remedy
unsurpassed by any other,- for the cttre of that
class of diseases for which it is recommended; .
Hundreds of those who have osetf It ore
ready to testify to" its efficacyJTlul lh$ use of "
one or two- bottles: wilj do ;jaare ttf poivince "
those afflicted with Coughs, Colds, Influent
Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping'
Cough, Pains in the Chest, and all Diseases eF
the Throat and Lungs, than the testimony ef'
any number of witnesses.'' Try it and you wtUT
need no further evidence", ,'i 1 y, K &
It does not profess to cure all diseases, nor"
does it profess to cure Consumption.jn its last
stage, but it will cure if taken in time, andi :
used freely, and other precautions' taken to
assist nature such as 'diet, proper exercise
attention paid to clothing, &c.
N T I R E L T VE GJ2T ABLE .
A : FAMILY 3lEDiaiSTE. V
Tlicse Pills are Unequalled ly xmy-Medi-
V." n3 from a Deranged Uver .
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CEXTS.A.
As a remedy for many of the diseases pectt-I
liar to the West, the Eclectic Pills 1 havti Bo'
equal; such as Billious Disease, for cleansing v
the system generallyin Chills, Fever ad
Ague to act on -the Liver and Secretions
cure Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Jaundice, Af
fections of the Kidneys and diseases-of the,
Bloodcure Costiveness, &c. JThey. cleanBtf , .
the Stomach and Bowels, operate specifically ; -upon
the Liver and Secretions, give tone to the -J
Digestive organs, and establish a healthy'ae-
tion in the whole system.-.. Thus not only re- -moving
present diseases, tu t preparing the ys- v
vein iu icsisi imure auacics ot the same. . ...
These Pills have been before the publio about
four years, and they have acquired a reputation '
for the enre of LIVER. COMPLAINTS as well -as
other , diseases for which they are recentr ' "
mended which has never been equalled by
any remedy, Heretofore offered to. the public "
in the same length of ,tinie. . . . - ' ( "
AU the foregoing Family Jlfedicines are ' -prepared
and sold by DR. S.. FELLERS.- u't .
IIis only authorized fluent in Wbodsl '
field is . . , A."d. DRIftfiS.. '.'
June 186. ly.
TIIE UNIVERSITY'S FAMILY!;
ssued under the Seal, Sanction and Authority -
THE UNIVERSITY OF FREE MEDICTNl Afti
Chartered by the State of , Pennsylvaniar :i, M
" ' "; "April 29, 1653, ' f-i-al I
WITH A CAPITAL OF SlOO.OOd." iA
Mainly for the purpose ' of arresting' the' tviltf"'
of spurious ana Wonluess Nostrums;
Also, for supplying the Communitv wifli'm--'
liable Remedies wherever a Competent physi
cian cannot or will not be employed.. This In, r
stitution has purchased from Dt JOHN v.-'.
ROWAND, his celebrated . "1 . ,
- Kowand' s Tonic JJixttrre H-;
Known for upwards of twenty-five years i Vs .the T
only sure and safe cure for FEVER. asd AGUIL 1
&cM And his inestimable Remedy for BOWEL. 1
COMPLALNT'S, " . ; ;. ,. :r ; T.2
Compound Syrup of Blackberry Kodt;!
Which highly approved and popular Sem. 1
dies, together with s . ; : ; &.
The University's Remedy for Comflaikts, ef i
the Luxes; : - . .-. .tml - rrSi '
The University's Remedy for.DrsPKPSiA. r: r
The University's Remedy for Costive Bowels;
Also, the Usiveksitt's Axmasac mav be had..'.;
at the Branch Dispensary, or store of -..i; t ttj
- ' . :. LEVI. BALD WIN, UT '
- i 1 - Bunfishlonroe Co Of 5
Also by Wm. STEEL & SOS, Stafford, Ohi rt
Aslo by Jacob T. : Moeeill, Sunfish Qhie.
July 11, 1855. V,,. - sr.,
Cornell's Gcognmhics.; ; : j
THE series recommended by the teacheTs ofti
Monroe County, at their-last association,
and .decidedly. , the .best series pubiiahed-for
sale, by the undersigned, wia respectfuUxin. .
vites tlie attention ot parents, teachers and
"Boards of Education' to the sterling, meriii
of this series, and its many'excellent feature
not found in other School Geographies tiU pi .
Liuerai arrangements will be made for flrafct
introduction, .-i. -:.4v ,.i -s' ;; iiiTrt V.tc
Merchants having on hand " Mitchell's sevo.
nes," , can exchange -them for ComeiPs, v a4
wholesale prices. " . i-- i .. . . -i-. .twusniZ
Teachers and others are requested -to eoi.
respond. WILLIAM WHEELER: .K-: I
" : ' -" ' - ' Agent for Monroe coanty,'-V
Woodsfield, Deo. 3, 1856. "Vl f.- ; t tf.
arm for Sale lr?
rjiHE undersigned will give a good bargain In .
a farm of 80 acres, situated in Centre townv,
ship, about a mile and a half soutl east of
Woodsfield. . On the farm is X
; A New "Frame Dwelling" Housed;
nuin, annngine last auramer, paintr1
stable and other ont bnildincs.
a ft h
. FOR RAISING. TOBACCO--;T.:'ii-it
cannot be excelled by ! a farm of
its size, and has ou it five or six tobacco houseS 4
Between forty and fifty acres are oleared and -
under cultivation'. 'rfi .'A V x
, U will be. eokl on .very, -reasonable ternis.
For further particulars inquire .of the under- :
signed on the' farm, x '' ' ' ' '
- :GEORGS W MURPHY.-
' Deo. 31, 18563m U! ko J ;
; Blank Deeds, and Mortgages,:' ,
fer sale at thii ,OttioK r-i
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