T HE S P 1 111 T OF D EMOCEACT
UTMarysvilie, (Cral ) Herald.' of a re
Mjenti date, describes a duel and a bar-room
' 'tvin California as follows: -.
ut two years-R jctbt took place
"tibofmg moitntajrj town, which
r . ratiett-N nd reckless bratery, is
'-..of record." A miner and gambler
! 1 qiiarrelled. abou BOCQe trivial affair,
and both having' become the worse for
T -or, a chaleuge passed and a .raeeUng
r::.nod to take place within 10 minutes,
oi"the floor of the gamming saloon, with
cut seconds, and each one to choose his
'"' c ..t weapons.: ' '" k ;. i 'Y'.l.:ir--..
Tao gambler produced a Colt's rcToU
vcr and stepping to the- place- marked
with a cross-chalk, declared he was ready.
The othef took his position offering the
other the end of a silk handle chiefand at
the same time drawing from his belt
--! i-niTa ftplarp.d himself readw ftlid
k. . .O tWUllUy v v. - v - , .
.lasted a bystander to give the word,
spectators, panic-struck . at the des
....:: a of the men, crowded back to the
', ... ":ut offering the least opposition
t, j i- rderons fight, and scarcely a
5 heard ia tho house."; The
ftod waiting for the wprtl,
;.Iy in each others eyes, and
' :ut the quirering of . a
. . :. i t "3 giTen, and the "gam-
- .11 At the same time
" : i-'s a fearful blow at his
would have seYered his. head
. i: shoulders. ; had not some one
' 3 elbotf and diverted the knife
; I over the gambler's shoulder
. j. dreadful irasa. in his back. At
this moment the lookers on having recov
ered from their surprise, sprang forward
and 'separated "the men and ceded the
; : fight. : - .. ' ,
Think, for a moment, of the courage
. 1 'reouired for' an' individual with a knife
...'..- 1 1 ' . ' J. . - .1.' .1-' .Mf-.t' I'
. : oniy. lOEiunu. uunug .ms uieiiuiui mu
. ments after .takincf his nositidn. lookiDff
- j. -- o ... - -
. " . into me oarrei oi a cocneu iiimui.,
- 123" Aicorrespoftdent. of a K ew Or
leans paper,; writing' from GrceiiTille, S;
'C.,' says;-"- L;- :-i
?T am; within a- few; miles of the place
. where the experiment wai made.of raising
; tea.; -Tt has proved a failure. -Tte plant
' will grow well enough, but wages are too
high in this country. . We canu6t afford
" to pick, to roll up and ury any sort of
- haves here for half a dollar a pound.-
In China, where, a man is hiredfor one
dollar amonth. and boards himself, it may
--be dona. .- Vv. i -..- .
"I am glad to learn that the Cashmere
"V introduced by jY'It. Davis, does
1 ' "73. ' The goat is hardy, prolific,
' "-"nccs . a heavy fleece of, wooli so
. -iC'cct French merino is coarse
: :.'i:;ca, tndVtheu St is froni six to
- -I3 inches long'r-:;'''?.;
? " "A: son of Vhis, Mr; Scott Davis has a
ccrgo of fresh - Angora Cashmere "goats
. on their woy to Galatin, Tenri.; where hfe
"1.... i t1 ! establish a . colony of these
' - ----A Surpnaa, Party. ' .. '-i '. . .
(Clever gent to hia friend) .''haw; are
ye, C Going tO'the surprise .party
to-niarht?" . ' '2
(Friend) Well, don't know-Where is it?
(Ueat) 'At my house" soft voce )
LAWS OF OHIO:
rUBLISHED BY ATTTHOBIT Y.;:
. ,To . authoriie- supplying evidence of Xlio title
; to lands sold, by ;the Stutel where the same
has been lost ordostroyeil by. accideut or
'' otherw&e. ,Y''
' Erctiox 1 .;' Be ii enacted by ihi General Jt-
4 itmhly of the State of.T Ohio, .That in. all cases
where ianda have been jurcnaaed of , the State
. of Ohio, and litl deeds have been duly exe
- euted therefor, and the saine have been loat or
'r; .destroyed' -by accident; or where any person
. having an interest in such lands by the use of
: due . diligence connot fiud or .obtain f ossession
of such deed,'aiiil jio reoord exists from which
a certified copy can be niade, to Supply the evj-
dence of such deed, the yroper executive officer-
shall be and hereby is ' authorixod and re
quired to execute and deliver to such purchaser
er to the person having" such, interest, a nevf
' . deed for such, lands, which shall have the same
.'. effect to all intents and purposes,': ns sucbori
.s : glnal deed would have had it, it had beem duly
preserved and recorded..;-';" "i.) '-r.ivV: k.
- Sec 2. . Such new deed shall be executed
to the same' personi ehall reoite. the execution
and delivery ot the former, deedfrand the facta
. which authorizo the jnaking of suclt newleed,
;J and shall be duly recorded La the office of . the
: Secretary of State.' : - ' v '' ' ; ; .
Sec. .3. ; AH copies, duly certified :by "the
A ; Secretary of State, uyder the seal o his oiSce,
f of any deed executed by the Governor, and
7t'- which, has been heretofore jjr may hereafter Ite
vV reconled, in the office of the SeCreta,ry of State,
. - stall be received, in all oourta'anTl.Tplace in
' this State. as prima-facia;.vidence i of the exi
,; irftence of suck deed, and! sballio'all renpects
have . the'-sanio' -force aud.'ttffecf- '-as certified
,"copie 'from, the records of deeds' recorded in
the county where sucli Iaads' are situated. ,
1 ' '..4- Ssc, 4i i Any person, upon pavine tothe
- -' C? . r c..... .... . . r . j . 1 1 . , 1
. ccvrcmtT v otitiu uio iuiu ui una uoiiar snn.ii
.' v : be entitled to receive from hisi office a certified
.J copy,of any deed recorded in. his office.
' v;;-l Sbc. 5. - The act entitled, " an act ta author
; tz supplying ' evidences of the; title to lands
. . l- . . 1. . .. 1 L 1 1 , ...
., ;.' '." accident,1 passed April 7, J854, be and the same
- ' .; " is hereby repealed. Z'".'Jy'-i
- " Bsc, tt.yTUis. act Bhall take' effect from aud
'..'"-; -.afterits passage.; r :--"zh'Z:&-'i-t-?-Ti''
- - Til TT V M "l-VTTr:j '
: -., bpeaiccr or trie JJoute.af Reorcsentativ.
: ' : - LESTER TAYLOR, ; ;
. ' . 'President of the Senate, pro leiri. T '-
; Colambusyreb. 10,1857'- -- Kd ;
' ; v v ' . . 'v AumTOK'e Office," WoonsptEi.!), ) ' r
. . . :. - . : wonroeuo.,VT Marcn ,1S57. j
'. - . , I certify that the foregoing laws have bei:
-I ".. oompared with the law published by author.
S ; ity in the Ohio'Statesrhan, and found tobe cor-
'. . - .'rect..- joun s. iiolliday,; ;;
:Yry :.'?;:.:.:;Aud. M. C O. !
I rpilB nndcrarghed ofTera for sale Lis farm
' X lying two miles from Malnga. and five from
,Voodsfleldou the old WoodsfioU road. : It is
well, watered, and has dn it t f ;' -
r A GOOD SHEWED LOG HOUSE. '
i . It contains about 6J acres, fortv
I IT i' "ve Mrt'5 Of which are cleared.
IB1?; V There is en .it- a good ,APPLE
.LJ ORCHARD and PBACH ORCH
ARD. Possession .'given when, the first pay-
""t is tnade'v For further particulars inquire
.,.- "-.d oii t'e premfses.. ' .7"
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Elria;: Iiisumiice l Cpmpan j
; IIARTFOilD, (X)X. ; ;
V) Incoi;i)orated -Aw'fD, 1819.
Caslt ; Assets ":JuVi 1 1 8 5 G, ,$ i , 0 T 4,3 9 6 .:
INoURANCEsJ can .bo effected with its agency
I'ijl tl;i3 place-'' and policies issued', without
delay,; for tbis-old and favorably known Com-'
pany agaiftstlhe dangers of lire on 5 '. ::, '' .'
Dwellings and Couteut. Stores and Afer-
- ': chandise, 3Iiilsand Machinery, "Mari-r
utactories ana atocK. colleges, .
'' ' IlaHs; IJridgcs, Public vv r
Buildings, Boats, Cargoes and -'Personal
. ... . .;-... --,' Also r.J,: f:-'yy..
The Penli of Inland ' Navigation. -
Oti Boats, Cargoes, or Freight and-Car
'' goes on Lakes, Bays,; Hirers, Cu-, v-:-
nalsy Rail Koads, or other V.
- i I modes; of y"-r--V.. ':'y '
Transportation ;cf property in', transit.
'"All at ae reasonable, rates of premiums and
liberal rules as the' dangers -'assumed' permit
for mutual safety nud. reliable; indeuuiity to
patrons.' : . ' . X vv;- -', ' '.': ,-. '
Losses Equitably Adjusted au,d prompt-',-;.-,;,
77;;:.'. y-:L: ly Paid. -.::;?,'-,-- --. :,
Especial 'ntleution . given ; to. the InsuT
ranee of bwelliiigs ad "CpntenU, for a term
from 1 to 8 years. '. ' '. , ".l-;':',-; '"; ''..-''
If it is a sound practice in "owners to insure
dangerous classes of property,v it -is-- equally
proper .to protect tho safer and more Snnocent
descriptions, as a just difference is made in the'
rates, of pitmiiuras ichargtd. In fact, the iat.
ter being safer, u doneat a lower relative prolit
and its coal more nicely determined; - Lvery
ono that possesses 4holcast' ability to acCumu-
late, should protect all hiapropeity to'tho full
scope insurance shields it.- . . ; ', ,
, v . J. B.: BENNETT, General Agent, CinOr.
y A bulnesi transacted 'wltli :dispatch and
fidelitw-'A -Apply .to.'"- .-. - . -;"'..' ".
WILLIAM P. BICIIADSON,
sr ' - : ' C--Ag5atftt:rdodBld,;.Oui.v'
S S IS' Ui
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EPWAKD AKCHDOLD WM. P. KtCHAnDSOJT
Notary Public. " Insurance Agent.
Arclibold & Richardson,
Woodsjidd, Monroe Co., Ohio.
JOHN S. WAY,
Attorney at Law,
Woa.isjield Monroe Co., Ohio.
Office two doors south o Probate Office.
J OKI. F. RANDOLPH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
H'oodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio.
At t o r n c y at Law,
'OOI)SFlF.LI, MONKOE CO., OHIO
Will practice in Monroe and adjoining
Counties. Office up stairs over Sinclair & Ba
HOLlTSTKn. WM. OKET. B. HOLL13TER
Holiistcr, Okcy & Hollister,
Attorneys at Law,
Woodgficld, Monroe Co
J. MARTI X. S. M. RIcnAUDSOS.
Drs. Marhn & IUcjiardsoii
f BLENDER their Professiona
services to the citizens of
WOODSFIELD and vicinity.
J5fQflice over Kirkbride's store.
DR. T. C. KIGER,
Residence & Office at W. C. Anshutz's,
ly ' - . Clarington, Monroe Co., O.
Dr. J. II. Picrson
FFKUS his professional services to
the citizens of Woodskield and
vicinity. He has removed his office
to the room formerly occupied by Dr.
may 1 0-'55.
Dr. AV. II. Dowcll,
ECLECTIC FHYSICIAN AND
DEXTAL SURGE ON,
Jlntioch, Monroe Co., Ohio.
Dr. R. M. Andrews,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
QTtesidence in Adams township,
on his' farm adjoining Wm. Alexander.
t June 27, 1655. ... -' - '
AGENT AND SEC BET ARY
-'.: OF TIIE . ;';
3iouroeV3Iutiial Icsuraince Ccmpany,
WILL attend on MONDAY OF EACH WEEK
. at ' the Offiue of the Savings Institute.
This being tlie day set apart for this purpose,
all persons having business with tho Company
will please call on ihis day.
'Fob. 11, 1S5T. . . (tf.)
WORKER IN MARBLE,
UARXESVILLE, BELMONT CO., O.,
Is just in receipt of a large lot of fine, white
Marble, which ho designs to sell low. He is
prepared to make Monuments, Tombs, Head
Stones &nd slabs for furniture, in the most
workman-like manner, aud of the best material
in as good;a style and on as reasonable terms
as . any - other establishment s in the Weet.
Please give Lim a call. ' jaii.30.
TIFF'S L1ERCANTILE COLLEGE
of Pittsburgh, Pa., Wheeling, (Va.)
end Burlington, Iowa.
' Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the
Legislature of Pennsylvania, ', with ' perpetual
BOARD OF DIRECTORS. -
His Excellency the lion.- JAURS BUCHANAN,
. President elect of the United States. ..
Hon. AVh. Wilkiks, j Hon.
" Moses Hamptojj, " Geu.
J. K. ilooauEiD
' ; W. II. Lowniu, . .
Faculty at Pittsburgh.
'-- President, P. DUFF, Author of "Duff's Book
keeping," fThe Western Steamboat Account
ant," &c.; Professor of the Prim iples and Prac
ticetf Double Kntry Bookkeeping.
A. T.r UOWDEN, Professor of Mathematic
and adjunct Professor of Bookkeeping.
W. II. DUFF, '
T. G. J0N1-S,
J. C. STOCKTON
J. D. WILLIAMS, (the best business and Or
namental Pemaan 111 the L'nuedtates,) t.o
feasor of Penmanship. . -'-, . . f
N. B. HATCH, Esq., Professor of Mercantile
Law ami Political Economy.'
Horn Judce SHANNON and Hon. J. M. KIRK-
PATRICE, Special Lecturers on Jlfercantile Law,
Rev. DAVID FERGUSON, a: Muriate. Profes-
Bpr of Classics, &c.; in Washington College,
Professor of Commercial Ethics.. - ' --
JOHN MURPHY, Teacher of the Art of De
tectiiig -Counterfeit Bank ; Notes. (The only
thoroughly qualilied teacher of this Art in this
part of .the country.)
, F. L.- A PEL. Prof, of French and German
- H. - OUDlty, Professor of .-' Afechanical and
. PARK BLiNJAMIN, of New York, and other
equally distinguished literary ge'ntlemen from
eastern cities, will also lecture before the Col
lege duiiuir winter. ' - .
; ; This is . believed to be the only EstablisU-
ment in tlic Union founded, organized and con
ducted by a iractical Merchant, who, from the
inost 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
r-cated for tho M ei;canti!e ,. Profession; and such
has '-been the. recent increase of business that
a large aidilioi.al Hall and several additional
teacher f Bookkeeping :haye become neces
Siiry for the accommodation, of the students.
Students have; access to a, library of 3,1)00
volumes. I- -W-: ,' - . - ..
- For full partienlfirs.. send , for Bpecimens . of
ilfr.' WILLIAMS' I'cii)muislup.and a circular of
4-i pa-res- mniliid tree.
v; DUFK'E? BOOK-KUKl'ING, pp.,102,-Royal.Oc-;
t.'ivo. Ilarycr's edition. Trice - ; 50; - postage
21 cent-s. : '. -; ;. t-T-.'.--:
D U F F.'S STEAMliOAT BOOK-KEEPINOf.
Prjeo $1; postage 0 cents. ? ; . :. . . ,5V'''.' .
5To ensure prompt answers, address all
letters respecting the College to 'tlje Principal.
For Duff's systems of Bookkeeping or blanks,
alvlresH any of the Pittsburgh Booksellers, or
he Publishers, Harper '& Brolhoi-s,' New York.
,'-- Ja.ny7, 157. ;:.r ' '' J-:r:-S$Sj:; 7:
-: .. Jail
l day of il
Jaiaeg Druia'a Estate. : ' v
hereby givttu . that ou the 1 th
April, ISSPtho undersigned was
appointed by the Probate Court of Monroe
county, -Ohio,' Administrator the estate 6J
James Drum, deceased.' . .. . . -- .
:-i , V: ;,:::; ELIJAH .ANDREWS,- AdnVr. , .
THIS WAY! THIS WAY!!
THE undersigned would respectfully announce
a 'Farm.f: an" rf"ir-3 1'i-it i iu i-arrvintf
on an extensive
in BARESVILLE, Monroe County. Ohio, whre
he is prepared to manufacture, kiid Will ke-p
constantly on haud,
Of every description and 6f the best materials,
BUGGIES, PLOWS, HARROWS,
SHOVEL-PLOWS WITH STEEL
SHOVELS, AXES, MAT
CORN AND GARDEN-HOES,
EDGE-TOOLS, Ac, Ac.
Me will also keep on hands and for sa5o
Plow-points, nil kinds of Castings, and
a good assortment of
IKON & STEEL.
His work will W warranted, and all Older
in hia line promptly attendod to.
David p noll.
Kakkpviit.w, O., Oct. 8, ls.'it;.
: a v xm I Pay izp ! .
All persons knovrint: themselves indebted to
t ,(t. (IKKY wil jdrase call and pay up imme
diately as he is eoir.g east in a couple of weeks,
and wants the cash. Come riuht alonif gen
tlemen. I G. OICEY.
Wooi.snfiLD, Sept. 18th, lirit. (tf.)
NOTICE IN PARTITION'.
71IJ.1AM LAT.SUAW, (a minor,) of the
state of Indiana, wilitake notice, th:tt a
petition was filed agaiiud him, on the 5th d:y
of January, in the year eighteen hundred and
fiftv-seven, in the Court of Common J'leas of
.Monroe county, in the State of Ohio, by James
Iliudinanof the county of Jonroe, in the State
of Ohio, as the guardian of J.ihn Lath haw,
K!iz;ilieth Latshaw, and Hester Anne Latshaw,
Mid is now pending wherein said .lames Hind
man,, as guardian aferesaiil, demands partition
of the following descrilted real estate situate in
said county of Jonroe, to wit: The south east
quarter of the north west quarter of section
thirteen, township six, of range six, contain
ing forty acres, more or less; aud at the nest
term of said Court application will be made by
.the said James Hiudman, for an order that
partition be made of said premises.
Jsu. 7, 1857.
Att'y for Petitioner.
ABC HAIC TO .
CLEANBE TEE LZQOZi AKD CUBE THE SICK
Invalid!, Fathers, Slatlirr, Phj-Hiclnnn,
Plillsiitliropiats, read llitir Kflcct,
- and judge f (hrlr Virtues. -
FOR THE CIKE OF . -Jleadacke,
PiTTSnciKt, Pa.. .May 1, IMS.
Dr. J. C. Atbr. Sir: I have lieen itiMiafeiiy rurpd of
Ui voint liOAlac1i Any bo'ly ntii liavo l.y a ditw or t o
ofyonrrill. It imoiiih tori' fnmi a foul t.;nmi Ii. which
tli clnanw at oiior. If ibcy will cure others an they do
. tne, tlu fart is worth knowing. -.
Yuura with great nutpect, ED. W. raKBLK,
' Ctirk of iiitanttr Clarion.
Bilious Disorders and Idver Complniats.
Pehrtmiict Of 11 iMTlSlnR, 1
WASiuxriTon, D. 7 feh., I!, f
?tr: T liavo up?4 yttir ViUn in my Ktipral anl linepiiat
pnetie ever ain yon niaU thwi, anl cannot henitMteto
ay they arc th lK-t cathartic we wnnh-y. Their reco
la'!nc; action on th lirrr in quick an J iW-j ImI. continent
ly they ait1 an .vlmiraKe raniedy for aernn jcmer.ls of that
ormi. 1.ii1oh, I have rhlci ftuntl a cai f btliaun .i
M.'r to iltir.R(o that it tktl out reaHl) vict.l to tit. m..
Fiatenially yonra, AI.0N7.O BALL, M. ft.,
Phytidm t the Murine Hospital.
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.
ror Orncc, Hunm, Liv.Co Mies., Hot. 10. 1J5.
Dr. Ann: Voar Pills are the perfection of rcfli.-ine.
Tliey hare done my w ife more iiood than I can tell yon.
She hail lwen ick and pining away for inont ho. Went
off to lie. dactoreil at ioat riv, hut fvt no In'tter. She
then coriimenced taUinK jimr Pilla, which neon enred her,
hy ecpelliiiK larpe qnuniitiea of wornn (dead) from hrr .
hody.. They afterwanla cured her and our two ehiWren
of t.l.Khly dywurery. Oue of our neii;hlor had it Iwl. end
my wife cured him with t.wo 4kee of yonr Pills, while
other aroiir.t ua paid from five to twenty ipillaia dortora'
bills, and kt much time, without lieing rnred entirely
even then. Huch a medicine an yours, which is actually -good
acd honest, will be prized here.
- , GKO. J. cntlFFTX. iWm.rr.
Indigrcstioat end Impurity of tke Illood.
JVoni Ktv. J. Y. Hiiati, rtuior 0 Adrtnt Oitirch, DnsPri.
Dr. iTJ'ik: I hnTB iued your Pills with Ktt-aonlinnry
success in my family ami among thuie I aai called to vimt
ia distrm. To regulate the organs of cali:u and purify
the blocd tlixy ate the very beat remedy I have ever
tno'jn, aud I eta cuiriJentiy raciumend them to sty
Mauds..- - Yours, . J. V. 11IMKS.
- . " WAia.r, Wiomiko Co., S. Y., Oct. 24, lRSft. ;
- Ds 1t: I am usimr your Cathartic Pills in my prac
tice, and fiud them au excellent purgative to clcauso the
system sad purify the louuiuius of the blood.
v :: JOHN O. MEACHAM, M. D.
Erysipelas, Scrofula, King's Evil, Tetter,
- Tumors, and Suit Rheum.
.from a &manliip Mfrcka.nl of S. uu, lib. 1. 116.
Dr. At: Your Pills are the paraiu of all that i
great in meiiiiite. Tlmy have cured my little .Uii-.chter
of ulrrous sore upon her hsii.is aod feut that had pruve.1
iucnrahle for yeais. - Her mother has been lou( rievniK
ly afllicted with blotches and pimples 011 her tdcin and iu
her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried your
Pills, aud they hare cured her. ASA MOltURimii.'.
Rheumatism, Keurnlein, and Gout. "
f. em Uic Ktv. Vr. : Ilawkef, qtf M. tfwditt fpit. cr.trcft ,
. - .' '-" ?ci.A6s:i Houhs, Savannah, GA.,Mau. fi. 1WC.
IIONOSI!) bin : 1 should lie ungrateful for the relief your '
skill has brought me if l-did tuit-reixut my ruso to you.
A cold settled in my limbs ami brouirhr on . excruciating -nsuralgia
paiLS, aliich ended iu chniuic. rhei:nialim.
liotwithstuiiiling I Lad the best of phvticiatis. the disease
(frew worse amt-woiiie, until, hy the advice of your excol- -tnt
aeut iu lukltirnure.- l)r. Mackt-nue. 1 tried your fills.
Their efforts were tilow, but sure, l'.y persvsruig iu the
ase of them I am uow eulijely well. "
' sVixatx Cbaubvs, Baton Horns. Li., 6 Dec, ittffi.
Dr. AtJr: I have ueou entirely cured hy your Pills of
Rheumatic Gout ra painful (Levaee that had atllicted me
Air years. .-. i VIXCKNX gLtPCI.U
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred ('.
Elatuts, requiiiug au active ur.-, they are an exrtl
nt remedy. " . i
' For Coktiveness or Conefipalicn, n4 as
a Dinner Pill, they are auiociblti and e!?ts tim!.
Fits, Suppression, I'arnlytis, Inflnnmn
tion, aud mi Ucafneas, and Partial l!Hi, ti
neas; ba.v been cured by the alterative action cf Iln 'i
Pills. . - T
" Host of the pills in market contain Mercnry. wM h. n
thotih a valuable, remeily in eltilfiil liantU. in vh-.i'vi
iu a paldic pill, from the dreadful rc-iifjin-nti th .t fre
quently follow its incautious tise. These contaiu no mer
cury or miuer.J subst.ince whotcver. ' . '
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
, . TOR THE. RAPID CL'RE OF : J
COVGHS.COLPS, HOARSESKS'.IJT c LL
KAZA, BROXCHITIH, WI!tOFl)S
COVCSI1. CKV P, ASTHMA, IN-..
CIPIET COS Ml'TlOX,
and for the relief of consumptive j-atients in advanced
stages of the dieajo. - " . . -.
Ve ntied not epeak to the pnMic of ifs -iiini
Thtonthont every town, and a'moM. eve!. haniief-vf tic
American Sla'es.'it!i wondcrl'ii! cores ,of pnlmnnirryvom
plaints have made it alKddy known. 'sy, few ju-e. the
fsmilieg in any civilz.-d country en thin continent witliont,
enno peMottal experience ol" its efl-ct. ; ami fevr ytl lb'
cimmonitics arty whore which., have i,ot anioR; tliein''
somc living trophy of it vict-ny over lhe sl-tlo and dun
serous dieeai..( of tho tluoat nj le.i:k-H., V hi it He
most powetful snthVAo yet krn'wu to m:in.li.r tl.e finni:-.
dahle atnl dHtjrr-iXi:is disus cf the jmlwonwy 01 jan, it
le ulso the plea.tnt(.T and fiaictit it'UH'tiy ts;t csn
ployed (Vrt- iitfonta s'nd yonnfr peeHOiw..- I'src'nta bhoiilJ
have it in store Hptinst. the insidious tw iny that tn!
ujxm them imnrTinrej;, We. bav almitd.int ;rontid to
.elk-'ve the Chfri'.v PtcToRAt vr more lives hy iltevon-.
tm:plioji6.it ptevTiiits" tlvati tlewu it cures.-: Keep itty
y.w, laid fine yonr colds while they ale curaM'N nor nru.
' toct'lhwiruiitil no hnman skill can mii-tfer tbe.int-Kdrahle "
rnnkor'ttiHt. Titstened on the vitals, eats your life swsy.
All know tjie drculfiil fiit.ility -t f -Iujib dioidi iv. laid s
ihey know tod the virines of this rriuedy, wcjieed ut do
i more; than to assure theiu it is- still m:uU tho l-.est if e-tii -bo.
AV siinre lid cost, BO care,.iio toil to, produce -it tha;
ui'Mt peSt isMwllde. aud thus afford those who rcly on -.
it tlie bc-st.ac;ntwlichiHtrkiIU'HUfurniid! ftr-Oo.ii. cms...,
- PRrPARED BY DR. J. C. iYER, ?
Practical act Analytical Cliemist, Lovroil, Mass-.
J; -M; Kirkbritio,;'Voo(Is!Ield; Armstrong
.Mooncy & Co.;lieallsvillc; Kotzebuc &
Oblinger, Malaga; Cliarles Hare, Sum
iBerfield; - ami by all dealers in Medi
v' cines everywhere.
August 20, 1856.
Blank Deeds and Justices
Blanks for sale at this oftko. t
TIIOS. K. 'DAVIS,' Proprietor.
THE proprietor of t)ie above' named well
known and popular house, bes leave to
remind tiie vubliu that it still merits and main
tains its old reputation.' He has recently made
extensive and cosily improvements, and is bet
ter prepared now than ever heretofore to ad
minister to the comfort of his patrons. He
promises that 110 Hotel in the town shall give
better accommodations for the same money.
THOMAS K. DAVIS.
Jf. H. K-peci;il tare taken of Loises.
March 2(5, 165t5.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
This company, beircr orsMiiizM nn.ler a favor
able charter oliiued from the Legislature, is
now in a prosperous condition, and ready to
Iii-nre Hotels, Dweiliiu Houses. Barns. trtables.
&c, &c, against loss by
NATHAN HOT.USTKH. ISAAC SMITH,
Zt. KIRK KM I LVF. ,
W. A . TAt.tiitT,
J. B. ORI.l.KiER.
W. A N MSTROSIi.
DAVKNI OUT," Pis?t.
N. Hoi.i.isteb, Treas.
J. X. NOLL, S.'cretarv and General Agent.
Oct.. 24. 1605.
iky a Com fori a We Home !
MiK sntih'cr;ler offers for ?ate an excellent
farm, 1 viug on the road between Antioch
(tliis county) anil the OJiio river; beinij about
a mile and a half ftom the former, and ithout
seven mites from the latter.
The farm contains. SO acrps ALL LATINO
WKLL, about 50 acres of which is under cnlfi
vation. There is a, new well finished TWO
STORY FttAMK HOUSE on it, to-
1 I Jtelher with other out-bniluiivSi
sli?! suitable for a farm of tiie sue.
WM Thrt-e is aUo ,. . - "
A GOOD ORCHARD
of crafted fruit, with every variety of frnit
trees. The farm is well watered with four
never tailing spring, ami is in ' good rcpa,r,
and is well fenced.. The yard and garden are
nicely paled in. lo any one desiring to pro
cure ; '.';''.
A Comfoitnble Home
this farm oilers inducements rarely t be met
with. For farther particulars inquire of the
subscriber on the farm, or address him by let
ter at Autioch, Mouiue countv, Ohio.
W. 11. SMITH.
Dec. 3, 1656.
PKUMA.NENTLT LOCATKD AT
Annonnoes to the pnb'.ie that he is prepared
to execute all kinds of DK.NTAL M'OllK at
usnal rates, pnrtienlar care will be taken to
PRESKKVE NATURAL TKKTH, and no one will
be required to take any work without being
entirely satisfied, ; .
Those' . having decay I teeth wcnld perhaps
do well to itive him' a c;il :
SO.MERTON, sept. Inth, 1S56. - '(ly.) '
NOTICE IX I'A RTITIOiS'.
PHILIP- IIUBKK (a minor) of Monroe connty,
Ohio, will ta-ke notiue that a petition was
tiled against hitn, on the fiist day of December,
in the year eighteen hnmlrd and fifty-six, in
the Court of Common Pifeas of Monroe county,
in the State of Ohio, by Andrew tluher, of Mon
roe countv, Ohio, and is now pending, wherein
the said Andrew Hiiber' demands' partition -of
the following describeil real estate,- sdt ante in
sai.l county of Monroe, and. State of Ohio,.' to
wit : The west' half of th 'north east quarter
of section thirty-two, township six, of r:vni;e
six, containing sixty acre-s, lriore or k j also"
the north west quarter of the' south e;.t quar
ter of seetiou tlurty-tLree,';townfhLf -six., of
rang. six, containing t hirty acres'; more or les,.
and at the next term of said court, application
will be made by the said Andrew Hnber, for.an
order that partition lie made of said premises.
, - 'JAMKS-FlTZ-RA,'i.OLPH, '
Dee: 3, 1650, . AtUy for Andrew llnber. . -
G. P. HOKSK. J" KIKKNAJ. - . TT. T. TKHBT.
$EV: MACHINES S110K
iHORNE, KIEIIXAN A CO.
"OULD resptctfu,lly inform the public that
thev have entered into partnership in
the business of . . . ' ..
BUILDING " THRESHING MACHINES,
THRESHERS JIND CLEJ NZRS .
of the LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLE.
Having been at consideraie eipense in pre
paring they are ennh!ed to do their work.;
WITH NEATNESS J.D DESPCII.
And beirg permanently locp.ted it id" to their
interest to do their wrrx In tne wst manner
possible. They, therefore, have no hesitation iii
Warranting, their.. Tfvrlc'..' .
MACIIIKE3 .WILL .; KEPA I R ED.on the
'shortest notice and most favorable term's. Mr.
Horne having been engaged in the businees for
the past year jn the extensive-hops at Martin s
Ferry is posted in all the recent "improvement..
. CUricgtou, Oct. 23, 1G. '? " '; - '
THOX1S WITTEX, whose place of residence
is without the 5t(tt of Ohio, will t.ilte no
tice that 0W the Siith day. of December, A. D.
1S;")6, at tlie instance of Alfred Hughs, deceas
ed, a summons nud um order of aHaelimeiit
was" issued .against him Ty Joel F. Kandolph.
a Justice of the Peace'within and for the
couiity 01 iuonroe ana yruive.,oi vmiyaemaua-.
iutr $53 75. , That said summons was returned
. r.dorsed,-defendant not found, and said .order
of Mtachment eudovsed, .lie "goods, &cM fonnd
ft hereon to levy said attachment -with a sug
ii t-tiou to said Justioo that, said Thomas AVit
ten had an interest in real estate in said, coun
ty, V. The said A!fred: llughi?, "as tlie A'iminf s-
trator of Thomas Unghs, deceased, thereupon
Off the. 31bt.day.6f December,-A. D.-ISSW," flled
.i. transcript of "said proceedings in. the Court "of
Common Pleas of savi comity, And obtained an
order of attachment thereon, which has been
served, of &lj of wliicb the saiL Thomas Vit:
ten wilt take npBi'ie. .The said Thomas Witten
will also take notice-- that ."on the olst day of
of: December, ibli'S,. Ihe said Aured Hughs, as
the Administrator of Thomas Hughs, deceased,
tiled iu said Court Lis petition in Civil Action,
against raid defendant for -fifty three dollars
and stveuty-fivo, ceuts.-with intarest thereon
frouith'e 2'Ulhday of Jauurvry', 184.9 Yoit will
take notice that unless; you appear in said
Court, oa or before the' 12th day of January,
1&57, and .answer or denuir?.tu 8.-iid. petition,
that at tli5 March term of sr.i.V ' Court,. JS57,
iaid plaintiff will ask for a judtment a
you by default
Att'y for Pltintiff.
J Jb. 31, 1SS7.
WILLIAM READ, Proprietor.
rpiIE above named Hotel, having undergone
X a thorough repairing, is now in a first rate
condition to accommodate boarders and travel
lers. The table, sleeping apartments, &c.,ahall
be such aa to render thia 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.
WoonsriKin, March 19, 185S.
IV1R 5AI.K A valuable compass, statf anil
. chain and case of Survevors instruments.
ARCHEOLD & RICHARDSON,
Agents for Haft aud others.
Dee. 17, 183(J 3w.
EKXRY DOK15INS, whose place of residence
is unknown, will take notic that on the
l!th day of Dei-ember;.lM. a petition was filed
against him and others in the Court of Com
mon Plea of Monroe county. Ohio, by flenja
m'm ytiiie, the object rid prayer of which is to
qniet the title of the fullowinx premise, situ
ate in Monroe et.tuity, Ohio, and described as
follows: All the bottom lasd lying an 1 b.'lng
on the north east id of the Mtiskinirnrn creek
which belonged to John Dye in his liTe time, and
which is Mtuatpd in section 21, of township 3.
and rang; 5. Said Henry Dobbins is requested
to answet on 01 In fote the 7th !av of Kebrnarv
1857, or judgment will be taken that he ertnvev
his interest in said Dremises to Keniatmn .tine.
JOHN S. WAY, -Dhs.
24, lSSo Cw. Att'y for -PUintiff.
DOZEN ECLECTIC PRIMERS. 38 down
Eclectic spellers, 11 nozen 1st, 2nd, 3rd,
4th and 5th readers; 14 dozen 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Arithmetics and Keys; 3 dnien 1st and 2nd
Ray's Algebra's and K-eys. ' . r- -' :
Tarker's ritilosophy . let lessons;
. Silliirsan's Chemistry;
.Copy Books, Paper, Ink;
Gillotl's Ko. 303 pens, Composition
books, Ac., tc. , . :
XS" Merc'iiants snpjdied at wholesale
prices by JNO. M. KI11KBRIDE .
Dec. 24, 185G. -' .
W. T. BINCLAI3. v - AMIS BAKER, JR.
HAKE pleasnre' in ' annonnoinjr to tlieir ns
J " tomers, ' and the puldic in general,- . that
they have now. on hand, and . intend keeping
constantly, general assortment of - ..-.,5.;
DRUG S, O I L S PAINT S, TAR
NISHES, BRUSHES, SCHOOL
; BOOKS; STATIONARY ' -
- NOTIONS, Ac.
r '.: -vji, -im-..5 t n ,xr
mm, a iui..,wmis, uuii,, iviiati
Htil Pomeroy.) - . -
CiT Produce Of every kmc! Will be
recjcived m exchange lor goods. - -, -
WoodsJield, Sept.: 10, lbfti. "
- . AT THE -
- :. i WHEELING, V A
P0LLAUI) & GREEN, Proprietors,
ri"ni new and splendid Hotel has lee.n leaped
X for a. terra of years .by -.the' -above proprre
tor.v ari'l.'Jhis'day.. opened, for the I'etreption of
th.e-Traveliltif " Public, an Jer the Oeneral lier-
Jntendance of J."A. SCOTT, -fcsq., late Proprie
tor of the'-' Stacy House," --J5anesville;.0.', and
from -its conrenient location;, einoyy the creat
ost advantages over all other Public House 111
the-City,; '.It Is ;v'.V ", 1
SITUATED. ON WATER STE E ET,
at the Steaniboat landing, and nearthe.R. ii O. -J Y.
and Htmplioltl R. R.'Depots.
- Its' whole ; appohitrrsents, .ln respect to sue
and comfort of its ''rooms the tvle aiid..ele
gance of .-its Furniture,-find in reference to -the
(juality of its Tables,, the ' proprietors fool as
sured will crmp.tre favorably with .j. he .best
r'etrulated Hotels iii the country.- - Attached to
the Konse is a - ' '. " 1 '. m- '
- B A T H I N O ' S A L 0 0 If t .
With "Large;- and Airy Rooms, well furnished,
and provided7 with :alPt.he appliances of HOT,
COLO -and SHOWER BATHS - . " '
- CSf Omnibuses at.alTtimes 111. readiness to
take Passengers to" and' froni the Cars" and
Boats! . ' '-: V-4 -'
CiT'The Offices of -. the' Baltimore & Ohio
and Central Ohio Railroads are next-door to
this House.' -.v.;l- --",'
v- Legal. Notice.
ELZtBARTEJiUd, wiIl take notiee that on
the tTtli day - of Januarv,..lS:j7, h:s wile
Margaret Bartemiip, riled, in the court of Com
mon Pleas of Monroe countv, Ohio, a-petition
against him, which is now pending, . iisKing for
a divorce : and aUimony? cause first,'', wilful ab
sence, for more than three years; second adirl-.
tery.a" bald petition willAie for hearing 111 said
ceurt, &t the March term; 1?T7. :
i ilOLLIbTI-R i OEY,
' Jan..l4,-1357..:';'"C.i'-Att'yH for Petitioner.
ABKIVAL AHD 3EP AltTUHE . ; C2P
- IIAIL3 AT SUHFISH, OHIO. -
" Eastkhx Maii. -Leaves, theelins (by Sietun
boat Stephen' Bayarvl;) . at 10. o tdock A..f.,
Mondays. Wednesdays and' Fridays ; mw at
Sutiflsh same days at 1 o'clock P. at., lte-tuiu-ing
leaves I'arkm-s burgh 6 0 clock A. M., Jues-
days, Thursdays 'and Saturdays; arrives at buu-
ush from 4 to 6 o'clock P. M., same days. - -.
. WoonsriKLn" Hail. Depart Tuesday and
Fridays at 5 . P.' M.,- and. orrire Weduesttays
and Saturdays by S) A. ,M. V ' '- ' ' " - - "
. . Hail Arranstf ments.
. V JtRIVAL AXD DEPARTURK of the. Mails at
J and from. Woodsfieijb! - . : - -
Bause.svii.ie T-Arriv-es'ev.ery day (ei.cept Sun
day) at 12 o'tlock M. "t- Departs every day (ex--cept-Sunday)
at 1 o'clock r. M.
' Baksesv.i.e"! (via, Calais) Armoa every
Wednesday and. Saturday at J, 2 o'clock M.- Dot
parts every Wednesday and Saturday at 1PM.
. Makictta ' (Western 'route) Arrives . every ;
Tuesday ajrd Thursday at 7 P. M. Departs ev
ery Monday amP Wednesday h 5 A. M. - -'
M AKiETrA"- (Southern route) Arrives, every
Saturday at 7 P. M. Departs every Friday at
5 A. U.. J '. "' -- V V ' '
-; Scspisa (Clarington)-lAmves every Monday
and Thursday at 12 M. Departs same days at
1 P. M.. ; v.A... :;--;-.;',
- St. Cl airs viLtB Arrives evry Montlay and
Friday at 7. r.' M.'; Departs every T uesday and
Saturday at 5 A. M.:.'
lIMOTIirSEED.-Ky.- Blue Onsa Steda
Ueiup' Seed,' Oardea r eeds, Ac, Ac., for
s wa si h .-
Patent. 3Ied ic ines:; T
" CHOOSE THE BEST. FRG1T
ALL THE GOODP "
Or. 8. FELLEKS1
FAMILY MEDICINES! . .
PREPARED AND SOLD BY DR. S. FELLERB
. Greenfleld, Highland county, OhJ
ICLECTIC LINIMENT.- Price ' 2$ "cents per
J bottle ; Also, a 50 cent bottle holding thre
times the amount. " -: -
This Medicine, having been before the public
about six years,, has,-from actual experience
given general satisfaction to thousands.1 - It 1
operates entirely -different from all othtti Lini- "
Having its specific- effect, upon the nerves, it
has power to destroy . all character , of pains
irom injury or . disease; reatorint; weak nwv
their onuinal feelintr nrnl stieTir.th nA
free motion to the joints, &c. v -
To the afflicted it is the cheapest Lisimest ia
the West, being double the strength if any
other in use, and the bottle fully as large. ; "
The hclectic Liniment Is peculiarly adapted
to istkrsal as well ..as kxtrrsal use, aud i
entirely a vegetable compound.- "
OR VEGETABLE EXPECTORANT,
For Coughs,' Colds, and . Affections f
PRTCE-40 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
This Jlalsam w iv compound" entirely vegeta
ble. From its extensive use and application
at th? bedside of the sick, the proprietor con--r
fldently presents it to the public as ft remedy -nnsurpassed
by any other, for the tmre of that -class
of diseases for which it is recommentlecT,
Hundreds of those who
ready to testify to its effiencv.-but th n nf
one or two bottles will
those afflicted with Conglw, Colds" Influent :
za, Hoarseness, Croup, llronchitis, Whooping
Longh, Pains m the Chest, and all Diseases of
the Throat and Luncs than r
any number of witnesses., . Try it arid yon wilt :
need no further evidence. " ' . i. -
. It does not profess to core all "diseases; nor
does it profess to care Consurhptioii in its last
stage, but it will -cure if taken" in time; an
used freely, and other precaution taken tov
assist nituresnch as dit.t, proper exercise
attention paid to. clothing, &c.' "... - - - - v
A FAMILY MEDICINE; .
Tliese PUh are Uneqnulled by any Medi-'
,.; cine ..known for Curing Diseases arts-":..-;
, ttig from a Deranged' Liver.- : -xr,
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
- As a remedy for many of the diseases peca
liar to the- West, the Kclectio - Pills hate
etiual; such a Rillious Diseasefor cleansing
the system -?enerally-in . Chillrt,- Fever d,
Ague to act 011 the -Liver ahd Secretions
vuioninuwn, vwk. ne.viaclie. Jaundice, Af
fection.s of the Kldners, and diseases oT the
Hlooil cure Co.-tiVeness, &c. Thev cleans
n.... T . . . . - r- .... , - . . ... ...
j the Stomach . kiiiI Powols; opejate s-peoificallr-j
upon the Liver atul Secretions, give tone to th
SSte or -im,, ad est ibh.h a he-Utliv .
j tion m.Ui wJrole system, i'l'hus not only re-
moving present diseases but preparing the yt-
: leln to resist future attacks oi the same.. -.
1 -Tliese Pills have been before the public about
tonryenrs, flnd tliev have ai-rjuiret a reputation '
for the eitre-of LIVKR COMl'LAIi'TS as well
as, other diseases , for which they are recoin -mended
which , has norr been equalled l
any , remedy, herctotore . offered to the pnblic
in the sanie length or t'iuie.- - - ' v '
1 C?f"'l tho foreiroim.' Patntly Jlfe.dkjinw jire
prepare.I .and sold by : DR. 8. FELLERS;
-' only authorized -Agent in Wood8--
ftlJ ' r. . A. D. DKIGG3.
v Jnno 4KlSi6 lr. k 1
sfcue.i under the fceitl. sanction and Auihority
"TTIE LSlVtBSirt 'OF FREE MEDIC1N8 AN
- rottijoi Kvnttwr
. hartervJ by the State of Pennsylvania ' '
' April 2, 1S')3,
v- ITtl -A PA PITA lr 1r 100.00b,
Mainly for the spuryose of arresting the evils
.. n f . .V.-irrt n it . rt rut ?T."W. . .V..... ....
Also, "for supplyinc the Community with fe-
iialle Remedies wherever a Competent physi
cian cannot or will not be employed. This In- -sUtutwu
has -purchased from - Db. JOHN R,
ROWAM his celebrate!
Known for upwards of twentv-five ye.irs as th
only sure-Mid S;ifa cure for FEVER asd AGUT
&e., andjus Inestimable, Remedy for BOVEL
COMRLALNrS, - RO WAND'S
CoGiDousd Syrim cf Blackberry Rcct.
Which highly approved and popular Remedies-,
together w th '
Tlie Lmversity's. Remedy for CosiPLAiST8-of
the 1 1 r. -. v
The- Cuivers.ity's Remedy- for Dysfspbia
The Umversity Remedy for Costive Bow km;.:
Also, .the L?iVKftsir'8 Alman-ac may be had,
at the Branch Dispensar,- or store 'of ?.'-.-' s--v
- J LEVI BALDWIN
" A. --' .- . Sunfish, Moni-oe Co. O-
y. Al.-it by W.m. STEEL & SON, Staffoi-d, Ohio
i Aslo by Jacob T. rUoSE.ru,' Sunfish Ohio, -July
rormHs U( pgraphies.
rpnE series reeommended hy tho teachers of
X Monroe, County, at their last association,
and. decidedly-the '"best Series pttblishedii-for
sale .by the undersigned, who -respectfully in
vites the attention -of . parents,-teachers, and
"Boards of Education"; to the sterling merits
ot this series, and its many excellent features,
not found-in other School GeoeraphieSi.-
Lvl)eral arrangements will be made for firsv
introduction. .1 -. : . - : - .-
Merchants having on hand J Mitchell's s'
ries' can exchange them for ' Cornell's, af
wholesale prices..--- - f -:
,:rTeachers and others are -requested to -co?-,
rcpond WILLIAM W HLELER,
-v. Agent for Monroe countyV
' WoonsFtEin, Dec. 3, 1S5G. . . 'tfv '
UK dJSi. --KfMlU
iTHE undersigned will give a good bargain
a farm of 80 acres, situated ia Centre town
ship, about a mile and a half south'-east of
Woothffield-v On the farm Is-. ; -.-. - .:
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mult during the last summer, a barn,,
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-'-.'rFOR RAISINtJ TOBACCO c
It cannot be spelletl by -a farm cf
its size, and has on it live or six tobacco houses.:
Between forty and fifty acres are cleared and.
under cultivation. -v . .. :. C-r? :. : . ; --i
It will be sold on Tety, -reasonable terms
For further particulars lo,rtive of theunder
signed ou the farm. - . . . v
GEORGE W. MURPHY, '
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Blank Deeds and Mortgages,
for alc at this Office. ' -
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