Newspaper Page Text
THE- SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. .i: r - 'if. i . Hi - y If r n if IS v k ! r LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. - ro.' V ; AN ACT, ' . : To amond the act entitled " an act farther to prescribe the duties of County Commission ers,'' passed April 8, 1S5 (J. ' Section 1. Be it enacted by the General At- . itmblv of the State of Ohio, That section seven of said act be ' so' amended as to read as fol- i; lows: Section. 7. ' It shall be the duty of the jL County Commissioners annually, on or before ' the second Monday in June, to make a detailed - report in writing to the Court or Common , rieas of the county, of their official transac " - tions during the year nxt preceding the time ' . f making said report, giving an accurate state- V toant of the financial affairs of the county, Xi which shall be printed at the expense of the county, as directed by the Court to whom the . - same it made, and the. Cour shall cause the ; sam to be investigated and examined by two . amitable persons to be appointed by the Court and the Prosoouting Attorney of the county, . who, in case of any violation of law, is hereby directed to cause the same to be prosecuted ' - according to the nature of the case. Sec. 1. That section seven of the above : recited act, be and the same is hereby repealed. - N. II. VAN VORHES, . Speaker of the House of Representative. ' . , THOMAS H. FORD, President tf the Senate. February 26, 1857- AN ACT, To reneal the first twelve sectiens of an act . , ' therein named. Sectiox 1. Be it enacted by the General As umblyofihe State of Ohio, That all after the enacting clause ef sections one, two, three, four, live, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, ana twelve, of the act entitled " an act to enforce the eollection of taxes, which now are, or may hereafter be due from bauks and other corpo rations from bankers, brokers, and stock-job-- ton n? from the agents of foreign corpora- z'jXi-' er.eQeers charged with the collection of the 'V-- $oVtn revenue in the performance of their is hereby repealed; Provided that all civil rights and liabilities shall remain the same as if this act were not passed. N. H. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the Monte of Representative. THOMAS II. FORD, . , President of the Senate. February 28, 1857. "" .,. AN ACT, Providing for the infliction of Capital Punish juent in certain cases. Sectios 1. Be it enacted by the General At- .stmbly of the State of Ohio, That if any per-. on wh has been convicted of murder in the first degree, and sentenced to be hung, shall escape, and shall not be retaken before the time fixed for his execution, it shall be lawful for the Sheriff, or other proper officer to re arrest such person, and commit him to the jail of the proper ceunty, and make return thereof to the Court in which the sentence wa? passed, and thereupon the Court shall proceed to fix the time for his execution, which shall be car ried into effect by the proper oRcer iu the same manner as is, or may be provided by law for -the execution of persons convicted of murder in the first degree. v N. II. VAN VORHES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS. H. FORD, President of the" Senate. Columbus, Feb. 2, 1857. " AN act; , To amend section 491 of an act entitled " An act to establish. code of civil procedure," ; paseed Hareh ll, 1853. EscYiox 1. Em i. enacted by the Ueneral.dt- t - (A . r s i -. t. l . Ant - ef tbacT"1o establish a code of civil proce dura passed1 JTarch 11, 1S53, as amended by aia act passed March 21), 1856, entitled u an ant to amend sections 4S9. 490, 491, of the act to .establish a code of civil procedure," &c, be so . .amended as to read as follows: Section 491. Kxecntion ma be issued upon transcripts filed ' iu vacation or daring term, at any time after said transcript may be filed, the same as if the -judgtnenU had been taken in court, and the Sheriff shall return the same as other execu tion: Provided" that on such execution no B -sale shall be advertised 'and made till after the next term aftr the filing of-said transcript; - and the liens shall be as provided jn sectios 490; and in all sates of real estate made on executions issued upon transcripts the Sheriff s jproceeilings shall be examined and approve by the Court as in other cases " , . . N. II. VAN, VORHES, ' Speaker of the House of Representatives. THOMAS H I FORD, President of the Senate. - Columbus, Feb. 26, 1857. V AN ACT, -v -To amend an ait entitled an act to provide for the organization tt Cities and Incorpo rated Villages," passed May 3, 1852. . Sectiox .1. , Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That section twex ty-five of an act w to provide for the organiza tion of cities and incorporated villages," pas sed 3fay 3, 185. be so amended as to read as follows : All municipal corporations, organized or to be organized, under this act, except in corporated villages for special purposes, shall have power to regulate or prohibit all theatri cal exhibitions and public shows, and all ex hibitions of whatever name or nature, for which money or any other reward, is in any manner demanded or received: Provided, that lectures .on historic, literary or scientific subjects shall not come within the provisions of this section: to regulate or prohibit the sale of all horses, or other domestic animals, at publio auction, in tho streets, alleys or highways; to regulate and license, or prohibit the auctioneering of goods, wares and merchandise, imported into t.any such city or incorporated village for the purpose of being sold at publio auction: to regulate all carts, wagons, drays, hackney -coaches, omnibuses, and every description of carriages, which may bd kept for hire, ana an livery stables; to regulate taverns, and other houses for publio entertainment, and to regu - lata or prohibit ale and porter shops and houses, And places for significant or habitual resort for tipling and intemrerane. Sec. ' 2. That the original section twenty live, aforesaid, be and the same is hereby re pealed. , - N. H. VAN VORHES, ''Speaker of the House of Representative. ' LESTER TAYLOR, V President of the. Senate, pro tern. polambuB, Feb. 26, 1857. Auditor's Office, Woodsfibld, 1 konroeCo.,0.,March 30, 1857. J '- f certify tat the foregoing laws have been 'compared wU& the laws published by author ity in the Ohio Statesman, and found to be cor- . IATTM O OAT liniV reel. - ffJlxa a. iijutji.u a x , . , . V Aud. M. C. O. JOHN MYERS'. ESTATE. XTOTICK is hereby given, that the under i signed was, on the 26th day of March, 87, appointed by the Probate Court of Mon roe county, Ohio, administrator of the estate f fit John Myers, deceased. : - HARVliY T. MITCHELL, Adm'r. April 1,1657. ADAM WAGNER'S ESTATE. "VyOTlCE is hereby given that the subscriber -J was, on th ltth day of March, 1B57, ap pointed by th Probate Court of Monroe coun- , ty, Ohio, Administrator of the estate of Adam Wagner, late of said county, deceased. JACOB AFF ALTER, Jr. ; ' Vkrk 28, ltf7, 3t.pL , V Adn'r. fc.i,-a laUjin-. Jr: sff.,' SPECIAL NOTICES Helmholu's Universally ArruovBD Rbm snv Compound Extract Buchn cures Diseases of the ttladdur, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Weak ness, &c. Read the advertisement in another column, headed " Helmbold's Genuine Prepa ration," Dr. Boback's Suocess. We have always been inclined to receive with doubt the accounts of wonderful cures in desperate cases, with which the proprietors of patent medicines are accustomed to garnish their advertisements, but the effects produced by the Scandinavian Remedies of this distin guished Swede are so notorious, and so amply verified by direct personal testimony, as to put doubt and suspicion out of the question. The cures, as reported by the patients themselves, comprehend nervous complaints, dyspepsia, billious disorders, fits, rheumatism, and almost every species of disease affecting the stomach, the skin, and the organs of respiration. Un der these circumstances we can have no objec tion in giving such important facts publioity in our columns. Hamlet says, "There is more in Heaven and earth than is dreamed of in your philpsophy," and every day convinces us that the science of medicine is not the exclu sive property of "the faculty." Dr. Roback has acquired fame and fortune by his success ful treatment of disease, and his Blood Purifier and Blood Pills are in general demand. See Advertisement. 3-Rbad! Read!! Ye Afflicted, Read!!! H. T. Helmbold offers to the afflicted his Genuine Preparation, Fluid Extract Buchu, which has accomplished the most extraordinary cures of all other similar remedies. Read the adver tisement in another column, headed " Helm bold's Genuine Preparation." Hollowaift Pills, an extraordinary Rem edy for termination ef Blood to the Head. Henrietta Wright, , of Newburg, New York, suffered most excessively for eight years and a half from termitation of blood to the head, so bad at times that she would fall down in crossing a room as if dead. She consulted three different physicians, and studiously followed their advice, which however failed to benefit her, and her dissolution was hourly expected. At this time she tried nolloway's Pills which quickly did their work, by removing from the system of the noxious matter, carry ing. -off the bad fluids; and left her iu the enjoyment of perfect health, yet all this has been effected by Holloway's Pills. Helmoold,s Highly' Coscestratf.d Ex tract Burner, is prepared directly according to the rules of Pharmacy and Chemistry, and is the best and most active prepamtion which can be made for the cure of Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Weaknesses, ic. Read the advertisement iu another col umn, headed " Helmbold's Genuine Prepara tion." Important New Political Work. POLITICAL TEXT-BOOK, OR EISfOYOLOPlBDlA fpHE undersigned proposes to issue from press, on the 1st day of June next, a Political Text Book, or Encyclopedia, containing every thing necessary for the discussion, cither on the hustings or in the press, of any political question which may be brought "forward. Amongst other things, it will contain the Arti clos of Confederation, the Constitution, the Virginia aud Kentucky Resolutions of '98 aud '99, the Ordinance of 17S7, the various Party Platforms for the last twenty years, the Hart ford Convention Platform, the Know-Nothing Ritual, the 'Missouri Compromise of 1820, the various Laws organizing Territorial Govern ments since the foundation of the Government, including the Kansas and Nebraska Act, the decision of the Supreme Court in the Dred Soott case, copies of every enactment of Con gress since the foundation of the Government, which is the subject of discussion, the Con gressional record of votes en the same, classi fied; extracts from important Political Speeches or Letters, pertinent to present issues; the Inaugural Address of Mr. Buchanan; an ab stract of the laws of each State regulating suf frage, iid providing against the immigration of foreign paupers and convicts; emigration statistics. In fact, it will be an omnium gath erum, of everytlifcj 0f political importance necessary to tno discission of the issues at present dividing, or likely todivide parties in the United States. - Whilst the undersigned is ardmt amd un swerving Democrat, he intends to mute this book a complete Political Encyclopedia, unbi assed in its preparation by party prejudices, so that it will be a book of reference for men of all parties. It will be printed in the best Style, conve niently indexed, and 'handsomely bound, and will be forwarded to Subscribers at $3 00 per oopy, in advance, free of postage. Persons taking an interest in obtaining Sub scribers will be entitled to one oopy of the work for every fifteen subscribers they obtain. Editors to whom this Circular is sent, pub lishing it once a week until the day of publi cation, will be allowed a copy of the work gratis. j liberal per centage allowed on orders from Book .Merchants. MICHAEL W. CLUSKEY, Box No. 116, P. Q., Washington City, D. C. Refers to Hon. J. Glancy Jones, of Penn sylvania; Hon. A. E. .Maxwell, of Florida; Hon. H. C. Burnett, Ky.; Hon. J. A. Quitman, of Jtfiss.; Hon. John Kelly, of N. 7.; Hon. T. J. Marshall, of Illinois; Hon. Samuel A. Smith and John V. Wright, of Ten.; Hon. C. J. Faulk ner, of Virginia.; Hon. J. W. Denver, of Cali fornia; Hon. J. E. Stewart, of Afaryland, Hon. W. W. Boyce, of South Carolina; Hon. J. L. Seward, of Georgia, a'dd the Jfenibers of Con gress generally. Farmers. See to your Interests ! ' --; aUFUS P. KESWOX, STEWART L. HENRY, GEORGE L. PHILLIPS, JOHN W. K.ENNON. CHOICE R. P. KENNON & CO., of Barnes- J FRUITS, ville, Ohio, are now in the neigh borhood of Woodsfield, Ingraft- "CHOICE ing. Our list of fruits is made up J FRUITS, exclusively of those varieties that are recommended by standard A PPLES, works on Fruit Culture, and by XL PEARS, the most authoritative Pomolog- PLUMS, AKDical conventions of the United CHERRIES. States. We ingraft Apples, Pears, Plums TITINTER and Cherries; and require payment PEARSJonly for grafts found living, after the first of Juno n'xt. e obtain jour grafts from the celebrated TITINTER .Mount Hope Nurserit-s, Rochester, Vl PEARS.'N. Y.. Messrs. Ellwamrcr &. Barrv. , o I Proprietors. . Farmers rnd others who desire their trees changed to better fruit, may address the ' firm at Woods field, or leave their names with the following gentlemen : Joseph WHITE " CUEBEIF.S VELLOW Bridgeman, Malaga; Thomas A. A riip.RKiRB.lWsT. niar .Gravsvill- Tinea Mi -j -1 Williams, Graudview. Mareb 25, 1I5J 2ra riiHE members af the Monroe Mutual Fire J- Insurance Company, will meet on the FIRST MONDAY OF MAY NEXT, at their office in Woodsfield, for the purpose of electing thirteen Directors to serve the ensu ing year. By order of the Prasideat. JOHN B. NOLL, Secretary. March 25, 1857, eliool ! School !! rFHK undersigned will teach a Sblect ScnooL - in thet own of WOODSFIELD, Monroe coun ty, Ohio, for the term of TEN WEEKS, com mencing on The 24th day of August, 18S7. Great pains will be taken to render the School both pleasing and profitable to those who may attend. Thoroughness in the branches studied, will be the constant aim of the teacher. Special attention will be paid to thoso desir ing to qualify themselves for teaching. Black board exercises, in the various branches will form a matter of particular study; and the best method of teaching will form important subjects for discussion. Regmlar lectures upon the "Theory and Practice " of teaching, will be delivered to the class. ' TERMS: Cdmmon Branches $4 00 per scholar. . .V !en- ) ipt. J Ge- Analysis of English Sen tence, Philosophy, 1st Algebra, Elementary Ge ometry and Book-Keep ing r Higher Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Survey ing, Astronomy, Chem istry, ko., feg"For further particu $5 00 $6 00 " lars inquire oi the undersigned. WILLIAM WHEELER, Mrs. AGNES WHEELER. WooDSFiKLn, Aareh 25, 1857. tf. Farm for Sale. QQ1 ACRES within 2 miles ef Woodsfield, OOl 175 acres under cultivation, about 200 FRUIT TREES, mostly grafted, a new Bank Barn a GOOD DWELLING and aw-Mill on the premises. Said farnt is well watered. ( rJST Fer further particulars apply to J. B. NOLL, Real Estate Agent. - March 25, 1857. , . Attachment Notice. J. States, 1 AT my instance an at- D. vs. -a- tachnlent was this day Andrew Anderson, j issued by John M. Kinney, a Justice of the Peace, of Washington town ship, jlonroe county, Ohio, against the goods, chatties, rights, credits, moneys and effects of Andrew Anderson, a non-resident of said coun ty, for thirty dollars and fifteen cents, aud for want of service of summons, will be for hear ing on the 30th day of April, A. D. 187, at 10 o'clock, A. M. D. J. STATES. March 25, 1857 pd. Settlement Accounts. VfOTICE is hereby given, that settleaient J accounts have been filed In the Probate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, by adminis trators and guardians, as follows, to wit: James Cooder, administrator of Mary Cooder; Frederick Burkhart, administrator of Oliver Lebaus, jr., partial ; Benjamin Stephens, guardian of Benjamin Howiler ; Joseph Calland, Administrator of James Stark, final ; Jacob Vernon, administrator of Alexander Carpenter. Said accounts will stand for hearing and examination before said Court on the 17th day of April, 1857. Iu the meantime they are subject to the examination of all persons inter ested therein. WILLIAM STEEL, Probate Judge. By Jas. Fitz-Kaxdolpu, March 25,857. Clerk of said Court. Legal Notice. Thomas Mitchell, sur viving partner of the In the Court of Com mon Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio. Petition to Complete Ret I Contrast. firm of Mitchell k Morris, against James R. Morris, et al. THE defendants James R. Morris, William T. Morris, Elizabeth Driggs and Alfred D. Driggs, her husband, Mary K. Smith (a miner) and Jesse Yost, all of Monroe county, Ohio, will take notice that on the 24th day of March, 1857, Thomas 3itchell, as the surviving part ner of the firm trading undr the name of Mitchell & Morris, filed in the Court of Com mon Pleas of said county, his petition; the ob ject apd prayer of which is to complete a real contract for the sale by said Mitchell & Morris to said Jesse Yost, of the following described lands iu said county, to wit: The south west quarter of the south west quarter of section 24, township 3, of range 5; alee the north east quarter of the north west quarter of section 23, township 3, of range 5; also the north west quarter of the north west quarter of section 'ii, townsliip i, oi range 0; also ao acres in tne outh east quarter of the south west quar ter of section 24, township 3, of range 5; said twenty-five" vsres being bounded aud described as follows, to H- BecinninK at the seuth east corner of the first 2Vve described lot of land, and running nortu. twenvrods and two-thirds of a rod to a stone; thence a traight line to a stone planted on the line ele anj 'a half rods south from the north west cortr0f the above named lot; thence south to the ath west corner of said lot, thence with the sectic? line to the place of beginning, making with the other tracts above described ia all one hundred and forty aores, more or less. Said petition will be for hearing at the June term of said court, 1857. JAMES FITZ-RANDOLPH, Jfarch 25, 1857. Att'y for Petitioner. State of Ohio, Monroe County. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Thomas Pollock, Plaintiff; ..gainst John S. Heald, Defendant. THE said defendant, John S. Heald, is hereby notified that the said plaintiff, Thomas Pollock, has this day filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court, his petition, setting forth and showing that on the ninth day of August, 1844, the said defendant agreed in writing with the plaintiff to purchase a small lot of land lying and being in said county of -Sfonroe, with the buildings tljereon, which is desoribed as follows, to wit : Beginning at the corner of James Atkinson's land, on front street, in the. town of Clarington, in said county; thence up the west side of said street, far enough to include one foot north of the house, thence on a straight line back to Apple alley, retaining the same width on said alley as there is on the front, thence with the east side of said alley to said Atkinson's line, and thenpe with said Atkinson's line tq the place of beginning, con taining six thousand square feet more or less. That said defendant, then executed to plainMff his promissory note for four hundred and fifty dollars payable five years from the first day of April, then next with annual interest, to secure the purchase money for said lot of land. That no pait of the principal of said note his been paid exeept sixtyrsix dollars; and no interest since the second day of March, 1852. The objiwt aad prayer of the petition is that said premise may be sold to pay the retnainier of the purchase money due on said note. If the defendant fail to answer, on or before the twen ty-fifth day of May next, tho matter of the petition will be taken an true, and judgment rendered accordingly, at the June term of said Court next following. - -v AUCHCOLD & RICHARDSON, y Attorneys for riaintiff. -Jfareh 6, 18J57. Sw, (mlS) -.'3 Helmbold's Genuine Preparatioi OF HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COM POUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, For Disease of the Bladder, Kidney, Gravel Dropsy, Weaknesses, Obstructions, Secret Diseases, Female Complaints, and all Diseases of the Sexual Organs, Arising from Excesses and Imprudences in life, and removing all Improper Discharges from the Bladder, Kidneys, or Sexual Organs, whether existing in MALE OR FEMALE, From whatever cause they may have originated, Asd o Matter of How Long Stahdiko, Giving Health and Vigor to the Frame, and Bloom to the Pallid Cheek. JOT TO THE AFFLICTED !!! It cures Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers, and removes all the Symptoms, among which will be fom I Indispositien to exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Mem ory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weakness, Horror c? Disease, Weak nerves, Trembling, Dreadful horror of death, night sweats, Cold feet, wakefulness, dimnoss of Vision, Languor, Universal Lassitude of the Afus cular System, Often Enormous Appetite, with Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions on the ' Face, Pain in the Back, Heaviness f the Eyelids, Frequently Black Spots Fly ing before the Eyes," with Temporary Suffusion and Lobi of Sight; Want of Attention, Great .Mobility, Restless ness, with Horror of Society. Nothing is more Desirable to such Patients than Solitude, and Nothing they more dread for Fear of Themselves ; no Re pose of 7anner, no Earnest ness, no Speculation, but a Hurried Transition from one quest ion to an other. These symptoms, if allowed to go on which this medicine invariably removes soon fol lows LOSS OF POWER, FATUITY, AND EPI LEPTIC FITS in one of which the patient may expire. Who can say tnai these excesses are not frequently followed by those direful dis eases INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION t The records of the Insane Asylums, and the mel ancholy deaths by CONSUMPTION, bear ample witness to the truth of these assertions. In Lunatic Asylums the most -melancholy ex hibition appears. The countenance is actually sodden and quite destitute neither .Mirth or Grief ever visits it. Should a sound of the voice occur, it is rarely articulate. " With woeful measures wan despair Low sullen Bounds his grief beguiled." Debility is most terrible ! and has brought thousands upon thousands to untimely graves, thus blasting the ambition ef many noble youths. It can be cured by the use of this INFALLIBLE REMEDY. if you are suffering with any of the above distressing ailments, the FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU will cure you. Try it aad be convinc ed of its efficacy. BEWARE OF QUACK NOSTRUMS AND QUACK DOCTORS, who falsely boast of abili ties and references. Citizens know and avoid them, and save Lens Suffering, Afoney, and Exposure, by sending or calling for a bottle of this Popular and specific remedy. It allays all pain and inflammation, is per fectly pleasant in its taste and odor, but im mediate in its action. Helmbold's Extract Buchu Is prepared directly according to the Rules of PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY, with the greatest accuracy and Chemical knowl edge and care devoted in its combination. See Professor DEWEES' Valuable Works on the Practice of Physio, nd most of the late Stan dard Works of Medicine. One hundred Dollars S will be paid to iny Physician wh can prove that the Medicine ever injured a Patient; and the testimony of thousands can be produced to prove that it does great good. Cases of from one week te thirteen years' standing have been effected. The mass of VOLUNTARY TESTIMONY inpo session of the Proprietor, vouching its virtues and curative powers, is immense, embraeing names well known to SCIENCE AND FAME. 100,000 Bottles nay Been Sold, and not a singl instance of a failure has been reported 1 Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the City of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who being duly sworn does say, that his preparation contains no Narcotio, Mercury or injurious Drug, but are purely Vegetable. H. T. HELMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer. Sworn and subscribed before me this 23d day of November, 1854. WM. P. HIBBARD, Alderman. (g Trice $1 per Bottle, or Six for $5, De livered to any Address, Accompanied by reliable and responsible Cer tificates frem Professors of Medical Colleges, Clergymen and others. Prepared and sold by H. T. HELMBOLD, Practical and Annlytical Chemist. No. 52 South Tenth St., below Chestnut, As sembly Buildings, Phila. tar To be had of A. D. DRIGGS, Woods- Aeld, and of all Druggists and Dealers through- eutvtht United States, tanadas and JJrmsn Provirit BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS Ask for HELMBOLIsi. Take no other CURES GUARANTIED. March 11, 1857 ly Clover Seed fofSale! I F tou want a god article cf cloveiieed, cheap, just call soon on F. G. 0KEY. Woodsfield, March 11, 1857. Bamesville Classical Institute. rPHE next session of the above named well -L known Institution, will commence on Monday, March 30th, and Clews July 4th 1857. Pnpils are desired to present themselves as near the beginning of the session as possible Unusual facilities are afforded thosp wishing to study CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SUR VEYING, as the -proprietors have all the instruments necessary for field practice. (gFor further particulars inquire. DAVENPORT & ALDER. March 11, 1857 3w.pd. ROAD NOTICE. "VTOTICE is hereby given, that the Gommis- J sioners of Jlfonroe county, Ohio, at their .March Session, 1857, ordered a view and sur vey of a County Road, oommencing at low water mark on the Ohio river, at the east end of Woodsfield street, in Baresville; thence with said street and the best romte to intersect the new grade on the land of John Ruby, at a grade not exceeding 51 decrees. The viewers and surveyor will meet at Baresville on the 20th day of Jfsy, next, to lay out and survey said road, passing thronch Sections 24, 30, and 33, township 1, range 3, and section 31, town ship 2, ranee 3. Non-residents are therefore notified to lay in their claims for damages i any claimd, in pursuance of law in rnch -case raado and provided. See Section 23, page S03 Swans Statute. FetitioSbr, Miscellaneous, WILLOW GROYE HOUSE. BARES VILLE, OHIO, (mt Jacob Bare's old Stand.) JACOB TISHER Proprietor. The proprietor of the above named Houe, begs leave to inform the public that he has Just opened up said house fer the accommo dation of travellers apd boarders. Every attention will be paid to those who favor him with a call, to make them comfortable and their stay pleasant. He Is well provided with Stabling, and the utmost attention will be giv en to that department. Charges reasonable. Dont forget to call at the Willow Grove. JACOB TISHKR. Bares ville, March 25, '57. pd. NEW ESTABLISHMENT FOR TUB Manufacture and Sale of BOOTS AND SHOES. THE subscribers having aboat oompleted thoir building at BELL AIRE, BELMONT COUNTY, O. For the purpose of manufacturing and selling (atWholesale exclusive ly,) BOOTS AND SHOES, beg leave to submit a few facts to all thes en gaged in the trade : lst We have had long experience in the manufacture of Boots and Shoes. 2d We have selected our business location at BKLLAIRE, on the Ohio River, where the Baltimore and Ohio, the Central Ohio, and the Wellsville Branch of the Pittsburgh and Cleve land Railroads, are already completed, and the Marietta Railroad in course of construc tion, it being a point of fiee and easy access to and from all parts of the country, and where living for workmen is comparatively cheap. 3d We believe we can manufacture all tho leading articles in our trade, and give a better article for the same price, than is bought in the Eastern markets. We shall at all times keep a large stock of Men's Boy's and Youth's CALF, KIP AND THICK BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS, Also, Womens' Misses' and Childrens' Calf, Kip Goat and Enameled SHOES, of Different styles; of our own Manufacture. In addi'icn thereto we have made arrangements East, and shall have manufactured expressly for our own trade every variety and style of BOOTS and SHOES, now in general use. 4th It is our intention to do a fair, honor able acd permanent business, and shall labor faithfully and diligently to m.M-t the views and promote the interests ef our customers, as well as our own. We solicit your trade and hope you will call and examine our goods and prices, before pur chasing elsewhere. W. RICHARDSON & CO. Bellaire, Jan. 21, 1857. EZRA MITCHELL'S ESTATE The under signed was, on the 21st day of March, 1857, qualified by the Probate Court, as executor of the estate of Eira Mitchell, late of said coun ty, deceased. AVOIJ tt. lirt.ULli( BIT, March 25, 1857. Olarington Lodfe. If o. 26 Of F. k A. Masons, meets the Mondnf on preceding the full moon in each mouth. J. D. O'CONNOR, W. M. W. T, Hcbd, S, W. Jambs Kirr9A.x, J. W. Pbtbr Wad, S. D. Cam. Bishop, J. D. S. .Thomas, Treas. Howbl, Tyler. J. T. MokbiH, Sec'ry. It has Come ! What has Come? THAT SPLENDID ASSORTMENT Of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CONSISTING IN PART OF PURE NO. 1, RECTIFIED WHISKY, PURE OLD MQNONGAIIELA WHISKY, RYE WHISKY, PURE OLD BURBUN WniSKY, URE FRENCH COGNAC, AFPLE, CHERRY, GINGER, BLACK BERRY, AND DOMESTIC BRANDIES. SWEET, NATIVE, MALAGA, MADERIA, OLD PORT AND CATAWBA WINES Quart, pt. & pt. flanks, bj tke Grow or half Gross. The above articles have been purchased with great care and expense, expressly for this mar ket, and as for quality will excel anything of the kind ever offered in SUNFISH. OT Every package is inspected, and the in spection branded on the head by oae ef the most scientific men in the State. It is unnecessary to say any more ia regard to my LIQUORS, as I intend hereafter that the article shall HE COMMEND ITSELF. My terms hereafter will be CASH, er te the best of men 60 days none other need WM. II MALLORV, 435" Store Corner Water and Main Streets, CLARINGTON, (Sunfish,) Ohio. Feb. 18, 1857. CHARTER OAK Life Insurance Company, . HARTFORD row. CHARTER PERPETUAL $200,000 CAPITAL. TTTITII a largbssurplus, securely invested V under the sanction and approval of the Comptroller of Public" Accounts, of tho State of Connecticut. This company has also Complied with the very cautious and stringent laurs of this State, in relation to foreign insurance Xompanies, It was incorporated py the legislature of the State of Connecticut, in May, 1S50, with a PERPETUAL CHARTER, and commenced busi ness on a capital of two hundred thousand dollars; the whote of which has been Havested in securities of the highest character. Those who conteniniata maKing two insur ances, should, first of all, satisfy thenistfves of the character and stability of the Compitiy they may select. The interest of the assured in the stability and permanent prosperity of a Company, in the security and certainty that it will" fulfill its engagements, is of incompara bly greater importance than the trijlittg saving that may bo made by p vinS inadequate pre minms. The principle of LiSo Inf urance is based on sound mathematical calculations, and admits of no variation. Ultimate lecurity, being the primary object to be obtained, this Company will do business on the lowest rates of pre miums that can be adopted, and afLml requis ite security to tho insured, &m perpetuity to the institution. VVJJ. T, RICLJAROSON, A.aent, Woodsfield, Ohio. g" Office oua door Office, Main Street, feb, 25j 1857, north cf Treasurer's DISEASE VANQUISHED Bjf Dr. Roback"! Scandinavian Remedies. AFTER years of study, analysis and experi ment, Dr. Roback, the eminent Swedish Physician, suoceeded in producing a medicine from the mountain herbs of his native land, which acts directly upon the causes of disease in the blood, and by restoring the corrupted fountain of life to a condition of health and purity, expels disease from the system wher ever it may be located., or whatever may be its character. Indigestion, nervous complaints, epileptic and other fits, coughs, consumption in its early stages, sore throat, bronchitis, fever and ague, asthma, low spirits, sexual incapa city, feminine weakness, pricking of the skin, symptomatic of paralysis, rheumatism, neu ralgia, tumor, cancer; diabetes, lassitude and debility, diarrhea, and all other disorders of the organs of respiration, the liver, the kid neys, the stomach, the nerves, or the muscu lar fibre, are unerringly cured by this prepa ration. It is to the materies morbi, or seeds of disease, what an alkali is to an acid; it neu tralizes them with absolute certainty, while at the same time it regulates the secretions, re moves obstructions from the bowels, creates appetite, renews borlily vigor, and regenerates every animal function. Suoh.is the nature, such are the effects of Dr. Roback's famous Scanmhaviak Blood Pdrifibb, which, taken in conjunction with his Blood Pills, will not only obliterate the most painful diseases, but pre vent their recurrence, and lengthen life be yond its ordinary span. To prevent imposition, purchase only of re spectable druggists, e,.c., of regular agents, or of Dr. Roback, sole proprietor and manufac turer, 6, Fourth-street, Cincinnati. 5"T Price of Purifier $1 per bottle, 6 bottles for $5. Pills 25 cents per box, or 5 box for $1, Hamilton, Ohio, Nov. 10, 1S Da. Roback Dear Sir : I have reaJ11 newspapers many accounts of cures etod bJ your Scandavian Reaiodies, but I cop"11, mT own case at least at interesting and mr"l ona as any of them. So far as ?..D cerned, one testimonial more or Us sof little consequence. Your fame is 'iblished and my statement cannot add tour celebrlty But for the benefit of my llowcreatures, I desire to make known the 9- a WL?n. 1 cUed upon you, at the instar f dear, frleud 011 the 21st ef March las d b?en ni.n J safferer from catar- The irritation of the nerves and membr118 of ,Uie was 80 ln" tense that sonie9,1' Mm9t dT T Cr"7 I could not ahvP. nd was neT.er frM.from ?n ploasant Stations. At various times five different phf sioians had attended me, each one treated e in his wn way, but none of them did ir any good. I despaired of ever seeing another we day, and when I called at your consultation rooms, had very little hope of re lief, your sdvi"?, I entered immediately upon regular course of your Scandinavian Purifier and Blood Pills. I TM encour- aeA by the cheerful, hopeful way ia which j-Uu spoke, and I resolved strictly to follow your direction. In less than a week, all the worst symptoms of my complaint began to take a milder form, and so continued to im prove from week to week until, at the end of three months, my head was entirely relieved, and every trace of the catarrh had left me. Still, however, I continued to take the reme dies for nearly six weeKs longer, Decause i found they were building up my strength and fortifying my constitution. Six months have passed since the cure was finished, and I have had no sign of a relapse. I should be glad to see this letter, or the substance of it, in print, for the guidance of others. Yours, with heartfelt gratitude, Mrs. AUGUSTUS COOCH. FOR SALE BY J. A. & G. H. Davenport, Woods- field: Kotzebue & Obliuger, Malaga; Armstrong & Mooney, BeallsTille; Tlios. C. Penn, Antioch. Dec, 31, 1856 ly. Dissolution. THE Copartnership of J. N. k T. Mitcukll was dissolved on the 23rd day of February, 1857. , All persons having open accounts with said firm, will please call and SETTLE: The books are in the hands of J. N. Mitchkll, who is authorized to close accounts, ac. The mer cantile business will be continued m New Castle by J. N, MITCHELL. Jlfaroh 4, 1957 4t. NOTICE, OAMUEL SWITZER, of New Philadelphia, In kJ the countv of Tuscarawas, and State of Ohio, is hereby notified that Eliiabeth Switzer, on the 27th day of January, A. D. 1857, filed her petition in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, .within and for the county of Montos, and State of Ohio, charging said Samuel Switzer with having fraudulently contracted a marriace with he, and with hav ing committed adultery with a certain Mrs. Peck, of said Tuscarawas county, Ohio, ana asking that she may bo divorced from the said Samuel Switzer, which petition will be rornear ing r.t the next term of said Court, commencing on the 9th day of June, 1857. The defendant will also takp nptice, that depositions will be taken in said case, in the town of New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, before competent attlhprity, at tho office of the Mayor of said town, on Monday, the 4th day of May, A. D. 1857, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., and continue thereafter from day to day until the same shall be concludod, at which time and place he may attend and cross-examine if he sees proper, A5CHB0LD & RIOTARDSON, March 25, 1857. Att'y for Petitioner. Ordinance passed by tlxe Town Coun cil of the Incorporated Village of Woodsfield, on the 21st day of Feb ruary, 1857, ORDERED by the Town Council of the In- J corporatpd Village of Woodsfield, That all the residents and property owners owning lots fronting on Main Street and Main Cross Streets in said town, shall be, and they ar hereby required to erect a pavement in front of their respective lots at least three feet wide, the same to be made of stone, brick or wood; and on failure to make such pavement within 30 dys, it is ordered that tho Street Commis sioner proceed to cause such pavement to be made, and collect tho cost of the same with five per eent. penalty thereon, off tho owner ot such lots by action in his own name. S. P. JOSES, Mayor. Dasiii. Walton, Recorder. Fab. 2, 1817 Aw. LOOK HERE'. A LL persons that owe me are respectfully jL requested to recollect the first day of April, 1SI7, as that is the time I want my MONEY, as my accounts mast be settled against that time. D. S. HEADLET. Feb. 25, 18ST St.pd. Blank Deeds and Mortgages, tor sflie ai wits VOTPP. Medical Adyertisciaeaa, , BOEKUAVE'B r HOLLAND BlTTEBa L Wl tttaUZB BKJJUrn wrai wm -y. KSBASB 9F TDB EUI8XV LIVIR OOMPLAINT, WEAKNESS OF AJTT XEHV FEVER AND AGUE,- And the various affectlema wiaMfMal to a disordered STOMACH OR LIYim. .f Such as Indigestion, Aoidity of the tie oiicicy rams, Heartburn, Less f A Despondency, Coxtiveness. Blind aad Piles. In all Nertons. RhnTTnti .a m gie Affections, it has in numerous 'de-ib proved highly henefitial, and. ia etker T-MtX a decided cure. This ia a purely veWabla aaiaa&mJ m.' pared en strictly scientist principles, aftaMkZ manner ef th-!e!ebrate Hollaad Prareaaajv Botrhav. eeause of its Sreata.s mm of the European States, its itroau-n;; the Unit States was intended mate elate fortaosvoi our fatherland seattarea hara &aA there o'er the fac f this nighty-eaMaajt Meetiig with great suecess ameng thaat, I utr$-' oner " American pablic, knewia- tad itruly wonderful medicinal virtual ki nowledtred. It is particularly recommended to thasaaaa- ens whose constitutions m h... i, - paired by the continuous use of ardaat s or ntliuv fnv t a - - .. w ...i., Vl uissipatiea. Uaaarally kav stantan.oua in affect,- it fin.s its way dire. tar to the seat of life, thrilling aad aiakaaten every nerra, raising up the droaiaf spirita ia fact, mrasing new health aaa view am aW systeat. . 7T O ATJ T I O 3Tf Th great popularity of this deltgM fal Aaaaa has induced many imitations, whi.h the at lie shouW guard again pnrchasia?. persuaded to buy anvthin. -i0 . given Boerhave's Holland Tjitters One bottle will convince you infiait.l, penor it is to all thes imitatiavg - far 5,0t, by th ' 'Jl IOLI Pit OP II IT is; BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. fc MiIUIA(TTlII' Pktrnaceutists and Chenbta, FITTSBTJBGH, PA. ; t. ! T. W. Dyott k Song, rhOadelphli Park, New Yerk. John D. Park, ClnataoajaV, Barnard, Adams k Co. St. Louis. : Aad W Druggists and Merchants generally tfrrtaaarM the United States and Canadas. A rent! Laughlins k BushfielA, Whaafcaa Ta.; johii M. KirkbriJe, Woodsfieli; WUMaal Steel, Stafford; Jacob T. Morrill, Sanflik; Thaa, Mitchell, Antioch; and by Druggists aad Haft chants generally througaat th aaty. : ; June 18, 1856. A MARV ELLOUS ME MEDTt TOS A KABTXLLOUS AOim HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT THE GRAND EXTERNAL RBMIDT. : .1 By the aid of a microscope, w sea Xniltteaa, of little openings on the surface of our bodies. Through these this Ointment, whan rabaad aa theskin.is carried to any organ or inward part. Disease of the Kidneys, disorders of ta Uvea; Affections of the Heart, Infiamatioa ef tfca Lungs, Asthmas, Coughs and Colds, are by Ma, means effectually cured. , Every ouserMa knows that salt passes freely through bona and meat of any thickness. This healiagOlnV inent far more readily penetrates through axar bone or fleshy part of the living body, earbaa; the most dangerous inward cojnplaiataj tSa eannot be reached by other means. SRY31PELAS, SALT RHEUM AMR SCORBUTIC HUMORS. : t" . No remedy has ever done to. much for flaa eure of the disease vf the Skin, whatever form they may assume, as this Ointmeat. case of Salt Rheum, Scurvay, Sor BeaAa, Scrofula or ErysipelaB, an long witastaad kt influence. The inventor has traveled eva many parts of the Globe, visiting the principal Hospitals, dispensing this Ointmeat, giving vica as to its nrl "rt5n find Y tlma ' vie as to its appl'cation, and has thus the means of rest rtf oountless numbers health. . r SORE l,EGS, SORE BREASTS, ULCERE AND WOUNDS. Some of th most scientifie aurgcens now rely solely en the use of this wonderful 0- ment, when having to cop with th irorst cases of sores, ulcers, wounds, glandular'swelt- mgs, aad tumors. Professor Hollow ay haa, by command of the Allied Government dis patched to the Hospitals f the East, larpw shipments of this Ointment, to be used under the direction of the Medical Staf, in the worst eases of wounds. It will cure any ulcer, glaav dnlar swelling, stiffness or contraction af iaa joints, even of twenty years' standing.- . PILES AND FISTULAS. These and other distressing complaints' eaa be effectually cured if the Ointment -ba we rubbed in over the prrts affected, and by others wise following the printed directions aroan eaoh pot. ; Both the Ointment and Pills thauli be tnedUk th followine? tateot -: ' -. ' Bunions, Bore Legs, - :?. Sore Breasts, ' Sore Heads, Sore Throats, Sores of all kindsj BtVrns, Chapped ITan(T3, Chilblains, Fistulas, Gut, cpraiu, - Scald:?, . Swelled Glands, Lumbago Mercurial Eruptions, Piles, Rheumatism, Salt Rheum, Stiff Joints, Ulcers, Venereal Sores, v Wounds of all kinds. Skin Diseases, Hollow at, 60 Ma.aen Lane, New York fad 244 Strand, London, by all respectable Druggists and Dealers of Medicine throughout the Hal ted States, and tho civilized worlij, x bQsBtj at 25 cents, 62 J cents, and $1 each. tj there n a considerable flaying by fensaf tUe larger eiicn. , . ' - :V N. B. Directions for the gaidanea af aattsnat in every disorder are affixed to each box. . FOR SALE BY J. M. KIRKBEIDK, WoodsI.aTf . Also by J. A. k G. H. pivnroKT, Woofol'WL . March 19, 185S. A LL persona indebted torn are requester! XI. to pay their accounts by the first day 7 March, 1857, as I wish to go East for goc " about that time, I hope you will not : . 1 He must wait.". ELIEL nEAELSaV 22 BaaaaV !