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T H E- S:P K I T K 0 Fi D E M O C R A C Y, II T ; V 0 t -T ljiumslaiidiRigiilations7 Monro County Ajricbltuml Society, to be held in WoogsfieM, on .Thirrtday and Friday,' the ilth ; 25A day f SepttmUr, I85T. Bteffulations. I. Pewon wishing loeorapetemtrRtbecTe tabw of tUe'Soijietyr by paying one dollar nanlly to tb Treasurer, which mast I) done ll-tir-rtlclerr nwred on the books rjkfcsoder..,, -. ' . :, itit,4Ujtrtclestlexcept fHnmng utensils, offer-, pr in ianu mwst Www'ned by the persons ?eUg Jb.Wt ad wthibitei by the manu f!0cCt C At isvinbers of their families cl6Wr,y,er 2i jeaw.ol . age are not entitle;! timwnjwt witUoat .Wobming tAombers them- telwaf cr '" i A prriOB will .be allowed to serve on li)r (kmmittee before which be lias an article CAt)icle for exhibition. . ! . tWl'n therw s uo oompetition, no pre . taijajm.wijit b awarded nnls the article pre e,s(l b 4eemed deserving and meritorious. J;t Premiu,nu may be awarded on any arti SMhsot numerated in the Premium List. 9M-ljo. animal can obtain a premium unless it-tijiwaed in, Monroe County; and no article aot4vaoy,.unle8s ii is the growth or man tttaoiore pf the- County, with the exceptions ..ii'iiit;:,,.'.4';;.''; 3;V?"ba.: Ta)rMn awarding committees ' are wnnette to e present in due time, and to re ct ,thnive oa their arrival to the Seore- a84Kagea on animals will have regard to the : iyjamatry, ;f arly. maturity, and sue; and will ZDke proper aUoV auoea ! for, age, feeding, and the genaral ebaraoter and condition of the ani uTbey , m especially Requested not to gii'poeuragement. to Voverrfed animals, tho bjeteing to hire superior animals for breed ing. Jgaareriuested to examine the PtW&r w en possible, of all aniriials exhibited abreeiijwjj aid make. duo allowances for excl lnoia and amperfeeUofts . in these, ' In giving .their awards twthd sir or dam. Ko person, eepi.an offioer or member of the BoArd, will b;Uere4 to: interfere with the judges during theirekbtien. ' ' ', i',' '" " " 9. Th paymwt ofjme dollar, entitle the jerixrp paying-to wake but two entries in th4ajsa oJawmals;' fgf 'iach additional entry MotiLba paidy ., . ' ' " . 1 F"Ttb orders as t) the exhibition will bpmiUsheA in doe time.'- C f:ryst- jield crops. Eeatwopot wheat not lea than 5 acres . Btttr$p-x corn jiotiless than 5 acres. .'. 3 ' Btft wop.'aof joats not less than. ,5 acres . , . 3 5Vbet' 4 '.v-d;i ; ; .. .1 Bat crop of pofcte nol,le?slhan J acre... . . 3 SdestA-J td.ifc j. --...-T ', .--' !rf vat ' ikd. S,pwiact In sugar ot ..' . nMlabetf acre Chinese Sugar Cane, j w. . ilbe reported te committee previous . , anrl)eoesober 1. r..A . . . v , i. , v i Jl'Hat"i-4-.!::'S-io f.!-i...:.-.-3. VAplicants for premiums oiv Crops,? iuua to? ihair: ground land-- produce accurately XBeasurvd by one or,nfore disinterested persons, Whoa statements mast be yerifind by affidavit, . MBdjKUatYuThikh. explicit written statements of 1st, the Xia4o toil. 2d, the kind and quantity " f aaanore, arid manner of application; 3I, th aavnnex aad time of .preparing the ground, aud planting Ar sowing: tbfhe -quautily of seed aA 6th, mod of culture nd time of haj;- . eating 6th, the amount-of time of both roan adieaat; employed in appljnpg Jwarinre, pre-. fftringb ground, planting or sowing culti vating aad gathering the cropi.;7th, and nett . mount of the crop, the whole of .which mu.st bv measured or weighed by the ubuaI stand-. Als 8th it practicable tihty must.produce a Hfacpl. 4(, th crop to the committee, and have exhibited at the Fair.-;-. . J , : ... The preuvirms will be awarded, with refer- enctf U. proiUbtentfK8,.;.aa. well as amount of rep bnce quality as well af quantity willbe . ,TbtbJctwhchtheSdicletv wisli constanlljt lo I in view in awarding premiumsr'on crops: Un t merely that it hay 1 known that large eropa r raised iu the county; .but.thaC the method of cultivating auch crops may be mde nhllethat the farmers of .the. county gener- all v,-may avail themselves of ny Jtnow ledge 4hU may be usefut toTftefiu T J? , . Compeit6rt for premiums oit Corn, and Clo er sad Timothy seeds, may report to thecom at finy. time previous to the first Hon Way bi Deoismber, 1857. 1 : ! -S-A warding CbmmitteewJoel Tost, David Lnp- Michael Stin'e. r-di ' U Y ! -n li "f v V fa j.,. 1 'irfF Eesl bull over 2 Jearsold,,.;., , v. .. , . ..$n 3d,bes' "JCasbullnider2jearId. .. r 3dJtOlt -:V.-V- d rw . BettjroJl 6f 'oen,ir...'-.V ti. . " za best do ...... ...... Sest heifecS yeWiiii'JiV. ..... 2 " ft 2aifer years old j,. 1..i..J.,;.:..".V,j2 . 4e4fej5.-I year fAj..., , ,;,:J!,. v .r.(..y2 A statement to be furnished in writing, con V . taining, 1st, the age and -breed or the cow, and -v' -ttBof efWB,lih"iauimtity...C,milk in ' weight and the butter made thetefrom,"chrring m period of ten" days, v(the butteV made on the trial to be exhibited with the cow at the fair. ' . 3d, the quantrty-and kind of feed plvea the :.T cowrdfing and preceding the experiment, - r . - The itrtement to be verified by the competi tor, and another person con vereant with the v - 4?t certifying 4bereto,vor their signatures. " Awarding' Committee Jacob, Vernon, Th.os. : ;-y nORSESv'x : -Best talUoave'-ayeaw.old..JU,,..$5 3dbee.y do - .f.rr..'2 ' . Eett ialliM nader 3 yaara old. i.Li..'.i.:.t 6 Best Voft at sfde of dam. . . .. . ... . . 3 sdjst -'do - i.viv'ir.... ..... i tt gelding-for all purposes j-A 4". w TJ3 'Xt gelding' for all purposes j-A 4 zix sv 2 - r-jr tnateh mare's.-.'. tSSvt-.V'ii -.C- 3 A -r-- . i- -a ' i ' t . . , . kaoie oorse or xnaro fi.4. .V.VU.V-. rtitesttrottig pair ef horses or pair of mares f 3d be&t - ''' d f S -. Ji dK-i-; .'fastest horse or mare (tret fiaraeesw5. ; Best breed saere with' feal at. aid e.,,, . . . ; .'. 4 1 Vert "f "i -i r de . . ; rr i -j -2 a a. i - -;' ' illy 1 year old. 2 i ' tf-1 r-toeUerllly Syeareeld... ,. . ...", .:.'. 2 - ' : 'r t . .'c'i' a.r -!' y'e. fa av;?3l-'..i't S' um. - yiieMpnn-tHtay- vjn -. :.' ' -: . .-.i.1-.': ; -':.'-- " . SHEEI Best buck. , 2il,licsV. .! Best ewe. . , . . 2dhst...... .V Bent pen of 5 bfwore ewes 2d best , , Best ieu of 5 or.more lambs 2d best do . ( I Kinest woolcd buck. . . . . . . Fineet wol-i ewe.. f f Awarding Committee Thomas 'Griffith, Ileu ry BroVn and Peter Dillon. rLOWlXG MATCH AND F ARMING ; UTENSILS. To the team which .shall plow J of an acre , in the lKst and most wprman-like man- '; car, time not to exceed 1 hour and 20 minutes .............. 2d best f. do. .. 3d best v n do Best plo. . , ......... r. . 2d best,.. . Best improved cultivator.'. . 2 : i . 0 .0 Best straw cutter. ..... . 2d best - 'do ' ;''!::! o 50 The Society wish to encourage the introduc tion and use of the beo farra implements in the country, hence, the .-above-named imple ments need not be manufactured in the coun ty, but they must beowned in the county. If manufactured in the county, the premiums on agricultural implements will be doubled. Awarding Committee Benjamin K. Driggs, John Kerr an Ezra LemmOa. ? . .MECHANIC ARTS. Best 2 horse carriage . ; -; . . 2d best- ..do.- i $5 2 2 1 3 1 2 Best buggy r. . , -2d befit-- - . i i i ... ...... . Best 2 horse wagon. . i .. 2d best do Best single or double harness.. Am i -aDesi- , .ao f, 3 Best sadaiev. :V;. .'. , ;V. L .'.v. i 2d beat do s i ...... i. . . . . ; . . iiJ. . Best lot of leather, .,. -, . K .''.,..,.. 2d best - i 4 ................... Best specimen of edge tools 2d best... : do. . ,-r, Best specimen of shoemaker's work. . . 2d best : v. ; do .. Best specimen of copper and tin work. 2d best . r. do . - . Best- specimen of tailor's work. . , . . , 2d best , ... do t c ..... : i .. 1 so 50 50 50 Vo 50 Best specimen of cabinet work over $10. 3 2d best . do ; .'.l The above articles must be manufa' 'nred in the County, and. within the year. -Tie com mittee are requested to make a lengthy report, describing the articles upon which they award premiums, and noticing, the number of com petitors for the different premiums, i j jp Awarding Committee Joseph Rodgers, Hen ry Mengle and James Armstrong (of Jtfalago.) DAIRY PRODUCTS, FRUIT, YEGE- f ' : : tables, : &e.j Best loaf of bread. X . .-.'. .1. . .$0j 60 Best sample of 'butter. .... ............. 50 2d best do, Best sample of cheese t . .'. . .V. .'. . . . . 0 2d best : do1 i.......;..;.;.'. 25 Best variety of apples ;..'..;. . ....1 ?' i' 2d best - do" .....;;;; 50 Best variety of winter apples . ,-50 2d best " ', do 5 ' 1 .'.'25 Best variety1 of table apples 60 Best' variety of peaches.'.;.. 2d best'-' id: " J.,.;.. Best specimen of plums . 2d best Si ? do ; . . . . Best specimen of grapes. ... . 50 25 60 25 50 25 50 25 25 '! best - do Best bushel of sweet potatoes.. . .-. . . . 2dlnst-; do; .;.'..;..-.. Largest pumpkia. .-. i.v. ". Awarding Committee Jacob Tschappat, Mrs, Mary Afason and Mrs. David Lupton. - f bed clothes and needle - - ' ; work.' ;; ;:; Best co verleU , ,;.,-.....,,.. .r . . , . . $ - - 2d best elo. v ?. .. .-. . - 5C Best bed quilt. 1 "1 2d beat ,' do .i... .. ..... .. 50 Best ten yards of flannel 2d best j-iCo . . -,, - Best rag carpet. .... . , ... . , .. ... 1 ... 1' 2d best . do - .,.....,., Best specimen of ornamental needle work 2d best I do5 - .j. c ..:' 4. . Best pair of woolen stockings . . . . . . i. . . 2d best ,vi t'do-:'..:- T i-.-.if. ... Best pair of woolen mittens 2dbeet- if sudo.:, . -Vv.,-,. Best pair of woolen gloves. . 5. . 2d best do ... . . . ...... 60 .50 25 50 25 50 25 -Awarding Committee William SteeL Mrs. Tirza Williamson and Mrs. Johnston L. Jones. : - PRESERVES, JELLIES. Ac. Awarding Committee James W. Armstrong, (of Beallsville,) Mrs. Edwin Ilornbroqk -and Mrs. Nathaniel Vauhom.' ;' ' . ' T" -' " ; . ,;i .UiSNUMER ATED ARTICLES ! ; '', ':. -.The committee to judge of the unennmerated articles will award premiums at their discretion, on any and every erop, animal, implement, in vention, article, improvement, &c., that they may consider deserving, and that, is not em braced in the above list When an article or animal is exhibited .to which is no competition; this committee decides its claim to "a premium. . Awarding. Committee Charles McGonigal, William Hobough and Jacob N. Mitchell.';: . " . Committee on Grounds, t(C'. William Read, Thomas K Davis and John Bi Noll. - - - Cirtimiittt on. Publication and. fixing timt of fair. -John M.'Xirkbride and John S. Way I ORDER OF EXHTJJITION. " ' ifst day, Thursday, September 2 lih.- , . All articles for exhibition, except horses and the .competitors in, the plowing matchmust be entered on the Secretary's books before 9 o'clock A-M-t of, the first day and it is earnestly re quested, that when practicable, entries be made on the - day ' preoeeding the, first day of the Fair.v: .. . ; . 7 . All animals except-horseSj intist be on the Fairground ready for the inspection of vthe Committees at 2 'clock,"P. M, of this day. 'j . The Floral Haltwill be opened at 3 d'clo'-i p.'Miof this day.:;; :;';".' ' .Kach oommittee are requested to report themselves to the Secretary by 12 ocldck. JL of this day. zj. ; - r ' f; ;; ,v -?; -vt 'All-articles for exhibition pa this day; must be entered by 9 o clock, AM.. and it is requeit- ed that when practicable, all entries be made on the- day .preceding.-- ' ' The "plowing match "will: commence at 10 o'clock, a. "M. ; ;v :;: .- The exhibition of horseB. will take place at 1 o'clock, P. M.y? S ' ' -' I The. Floral Hall will be opened on this dav. at the time'to'beliereaftfer determined." ' . v After the exhibition of horses, a speech suit able to (he occasion will be delivered, and im mediately th'ereafferthe pfemtums iwarded by the Committees, will be anuonncedi ; 1 ''t ' ' Each" Corfmlttee5 are required to deliver thi?ir report to the faecretary by 3,o'glock, P. M. of thisdayv'' '-. v ''' wt ' "Each animal "or article must be entered on the Secretary's book -to entitle it to compete ior a premium. , -" r,r .-ei It is : expected that the Pair of the present year as it promises to be on unusually prolific; season, will be,far superior to 'any of its pre deeessors.' Let the people' generally -btfa at tendance, and let every one bring one or more articles lor exhibition. They will be of Inter- eet -to yunebedyy , .... , ,," . ihe-Jianagers have done, and will continue to- do, eyerythiriij; that in possible to give ttcrucl aad exact jnstir to all, and prevent the dis- aatis faction which has unfortunately been in an- hife&ted ia (om0 instances. heretofore., '.e'r.uj tAil TajWOIJAM F. UUMER, FrttX i , ruiy 22,i57r . ; i- ' ; PROPOSED CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. , AMENDMENT NO. 1 Resolved by the General Assembly of ike State of Ohio, Three-fifths of the members elected to estch House concurring therein, That it be and jir;by is proposed to the electors of this State to vote on the second Tuesday1 of Octo ber next, upon the approval or rejection of the following amendment as a substitute for the twenty-fifth Section of the second Article of the Constitution and for the second Section of the same Article, and for the third Section of the eleventh Article, viz: . All regular sessions of tho General Assembly shall commence on the first Monday, of January, annualtyV Sena tors shall be eleoted biennially, and Represent tat ives annually, by the electors of their re spective counties or districts on the second Tuesday of October. Their term of office shall commence 'on the. 'first day of January next after their election, and that of Senators shall continue two years, and that of Representa tives one year : The Senators elected in Octo ber next shall hold their offices for two years, and the Representatives elected at the same time' shall hold their offices for one year. Pro vided, that seventeen of the , Senators elected on the second Tuesday. of October, 1857, to be ascertained by lot, aa the President of the Sen ate may direct, shall, hold their office for only one year, and their successors shall be elected on the second. Tuesday of October, one thou-, sand "eight hundred and fifty-eighty and bien nially thereafter. When any county, shall have a fraction above the rates for Representa tive so large that being multiplied by ten, the J result shall be equal to one or more ratios, ad ditional Representatives shall be apportioned for such ratios among the several sessions Of the decennial period in the following manner: If there be only one ratio then a Representa tive .shall be allotted to the tenth session of the decennial period ; '.If there are two ratios Repiesentatives shall be allotted to the ninth and tenthsessions; If three to the eighth, ninth and " tenth sessions; If four' to the. seventh, eighth; ninth and tenth; If five to the sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth; If six to the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth; If seven to the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth,, ninth and tenth; If eight to the thud, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth; If nine to the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth sessions of the decennial period respectively. In determining the number of Senators to which any Senatorial district might be entitled in any decennial period, by reason of any frac tion of a Senatorial ratio, the fraction shall be multiplied by five, and if the result be equal to one Senatorial ratio, an additional Senator shall be allotted to said district for the ninth and tenth sessions. If it be equal to two suoh ratios, an additional - Senator for the seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth sessions shall be al lotted to Buch -district. . If three then to . the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth. If four, to the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth, sessions respectively. If this amendment be adopted by the electors, the counties now entitled to more than one member in. either or both branches of the Leg-' islature in the fourth and fifth sessions of the present decennial period as now provided, shall have -a like number of members in each branch thereof for each session of the remainder of the present decennial period. . . ',.-." N. Jtt..VAN VOUHES, .... V Speaker of ihe 'House of Representatives. THOMAS H. FORD, : - - - - President of theJSenale. Dated April 3d, 1857,, fT J j O i '1.1 e : r . - '., j J ... AMENDMENT NO. 2. 0 Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, Three-fifths of the -members elected to each -House 'concurring "therejiy thftt it bej and hereby, is. proposed, to the electors of .this State to' vote "on tho second Tuesday of Octo ber next, upon, the approval o rejection of the following r amendment, as a substitute for. the fifth and sixth sections of the-fourth article of the Constitution, viz.: Skc. 5, , District Courts shall be held in each county at least once, in each year, by one or more District Judges elect ed by the electors of separate Districts to "be proscribed by Jaw., who shall hold their office for five years; anil during their continuance in office, shall reside in the District for which they are elected. The.provisions of the fourteenth section, of this article shall apply to District Judges". " The General Assembly may by law authorize the Judges of the District Court, and of the CouvtB of Common Pleas, to fix the times of holding their respective Courts.. -Until Dis trict: Judges shall' have been leoted and qua! iSedL District' Courts, shall 'be held by the Judges of the Supreme Court and of the Courts of Common Pleas, s now authorized. . Sec. 43. The District Court shall have such jurisdiction as may be provided by law, and, the Judges thereof Shalt have and ' exercise such power and jurisdiction" at 'chambers, and. may be re quired td sit as Judges of the Courts of Com mon Plas as Hha.ll he directed by-law.' , ' . - - -N.iH.: VAN VORHES,'1, Speaker of the House of Representatives .p.e"r ' THOMAS. H,. FORD, f f 1 4 yj X i. President of tht Senaie.M. f. Dated AprUSd,, 1357. y V ... k -r T w -"v "T- rW r - a Hi an.--; v . Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, Three-fifths of the members elected to each branch, concurring therein, that it be and hereby is .proposed to the electors of he State, to vote on the second Tuesdayvqf October nextt to afprove or reject the following amendment as asubstitute for the second and third sections of the twelfth article of the Constitution. !L All property,, personal and real, shall be sub ject to taxation by a uniform- rule, at the true value thereof in money, but such deductions from credits " may ."be allowed as theGeneral Assembly may deem expedient; 'Provided, that burying ' grounds, :p'ublio'"tBchobl houses, an all other public property, and all institutions' of purely public charityahdrall houses used exclusively for "public- worship;1" shalT be' et empt from taxation?-' ind if the total jralue of the personal property of ny person tfhall not exceed fifty dollars; 'the earn may -be;-exemp from . taxation. All" JprOperty-cempIoyedl in banking shall always bear a burden of taxa tion equal to that imposed Xtn 'ihe-property of individuals. :G6k .Ti a.ja, ' . m.-Kr VAN-VOKHES Speaker of the Ho use of 'Represeittatives. ' THOMAS Jt. FORD, RetoltedMytheGejietistmblyqfiiaiat of .Ohio, .Three-fifths.efvjhe. members, elected to. each House' conenrring therein, That -it be and hereby is proposocLto the eh c tors of the State, on the second Tuesday of: October wxt, to approve or reject the- following amendment as &.aubtitot$ for the' first and second sections of the-thirteenth -Article of the Constitution. Viz: Corporations, of .every description' shall be created, and.coTporate powers granted ,oply by general lajW' which shall define the powers, priviUffes anct immunities, and prescribe the duties and liabilities of. each class or deseriu- nous oi conior.uiois, uui jue vxeneraj Assem bly may enact special laws for , the relief of orppraUo&s ijgeeallar V ases.and may' mike speciai-provisions in regard to corporations 'in cases where from.their peculiar location" oiif terests4 euch'-special provUions 'Tare reftuTfed. and may. from time, to time'.alter'o.r repeal all such laws, as are authorizedTsy ibis section, -..r -T'-tr-'4r J4rrtwT,,, ' Jtpeaker of the. House of- Reprcseutattvet,'' ... ated April 3 1 ; r-;, tf, Resolved ty the General A.sstmSly of 'the State of t)hit Three-fifths of the members eloeted -r jPre&idenl of the Senate to each House concurring therein, that it be, and hereby is proposed to the electors of this State to vote, on" the second Tuesday of Octo bernext, upon the approval or rejection ofLhe following amendment as an additional section to article elev.en of the Constitution. Every county which now is, or may hereafter be enti tled to more than. one Senator, or Representa tive for the residue of . the present decennial period, or for all, or any. portion of any subse quent decennial period, 6hall be divided into as many Senatorial and Representative districts as there may be Senators . or Representatives elective in any year of the present, or any sub sequent decennial period, which districts shall be of contiguous territory, and each district shall contain as nearly a ratio for Senator or Representative as is attainable, without violat ing the rule herein given as to contiguity of territory, and without dividing any township, election precinct, or ward. If any Represen tative, or Senatorial district, composed of two or more counties shall by reason of any excess of population over a ratio, be entitled to ad ditional, Representatives or Senators for any portifm of the . present or any subsequent de cennial period, the district shall be divided into two districts, for each, portion of such decen nial period, which shall be contiguous territory, and each shall contain as near a ratio as is at tainable without dividing counties. ? v If by reason of the annexation of one Sena torial district to another, there shall be any excess of population over a Senatorial ratio, which shall be entitled to additional Senatorial Representation for any portion of any decen nial period, each district, as now constituted, shall elect one Senator. l : Counties . shall be divided into districts by the County Commissioners or such other board of officers elective and resident in the proper county as may be provided by law. . At least four months prior to the general election in 1858, the counties entitled to more than one member of either house shall be divided into districts for the residue of the present decen nial period, and at least four mouths prior to the general election in the first V1 ' acll subsequent decennial period, the counties enti tled to more than one member for all, or any portion of such decennial period, in either or both houses, shall be divided into districts for the whole of the decennial period. A descrip tion of the district of each Acounty shall be published as may be directed by the -County Commissioners or as may beprescribed by law, - - N. H. VAN VORHES,. . . Speaker of the House of Representatives. . ' 'Til. '.Y ;.j THOMAS H. FORD, ';, . , , " , President of the Senate.' , Dated April 3d, 1857. r Joint Resolution Relative to' Proposed Constitution Amendments. ; " ; ; ; Resolved by the General Assembly of the Stair of Ohio, That the Secretary of State be arid he is hereby instructed to cause the Proposed Amendments to the Constitution, passed , at the present session, to be published in the newspaper having the contract for 4he pub lishing of the Laws for the State, without de lay, and forthwith forward three copies of the same, (together with' a Copy of this Resolu tion,) under his certificate that said copies are correct, to the Auditor of each county, and the Auditors respectively, shall immediately pro ceed to contract for the publication of the said Proposed Amendments in two weekly (English) and one weekly (German) newspaper, if pub lished in the county, till the second luesday of . October, 1857; and the publication shall be paid foTbut'of1 the county treasury. ' - f C ' ;IN.. H, VAN VORHES, t Sjealeer of the House of Representatives. I ... ,,'r" THOMAS II. FORD, . , ; . 4' j..: .preiidontof the Senate, I Dated April 4th, 1857 , J- - s'; Secketart of State's Office, ) -a sux - - CoLDMBns, April 4, 1857. 1. -1 hereby certify that the foregoing proposed Constitution amendments are correctly copied .from the original roils on file in this office. , r , ..:'-.- JAMES 11. BAKER, .'.: ' : : "'' .'. . JSecretary of Stale. L "Abkitob's Office, WoonsFiKi,r, 1 Monroe Co O., April 15, 1857. f ' I hereb certifu that the foregoing proposed Constitution amendments have been compared with the amendments published by authority and found to be correct. " ' ' JOHN S. HOLLIDAY, Aud. M. C. O. " Business Cards. JOHN SINCLAnt." - v JOHN 8. WAY.! Sinclair & way, j . :;; . Att orn cy s at La w: WOODSF1ELD, MONROE CO., OHIO, fii.Wilr practice in Monroe and adjoining Counties. "Office up stairs over Sinclair a Ba ker's grocery, . ' ".;. EDWARD ARCHBOLD ' , ? WM. F. RICHARD80N Notary Public. 7- ?" Insurance Agent. ATchbold & Richardson, - ' Attorneys at Law, Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. i T" " I, ", 1 1 ' .. ' '; '' - JOEL F. RANDOLPH,! ('' '0 i. Woodsfieldj Monroe. Co.T Oho,C; N UOLLISTER. .. "JC Wit OKKt.T " .?li8."HOI,I8TBK; Hollister,, Okey; & JloUisterg- a- Attofndyat Law, : Woodsfield, Monibi Co?, Ohio. DfHierson: .'if 10 OFFERS his professional servioes to -the eitizens -of Woodbfield and --vicinity.. He' has removed his omce tC the room formerly 'Occupied by Dr, t Smith;' - . 7. Drr-t H.-IXoweJl, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND t)d Sit TAM-salt ,tiSMiochlJdfinro!s Co..Phiorj PHYSICIAN. iANDr; SURGEON CrKesidenee ih'. Adams township,! on his farm adjoining Wm. Alexanden. -June7, 1865iti- i.Kfyi -v BJjciiU ... ... j , -. .. .... v i i 1 4 niing m ins line on inesnorr- uuui, iu cooubiyie, ana on reason able term. , '; 4 ' . Vi' PffibefKiriaeVstore. . ', ; : ;". DENTIST, 'rT iPwAiANNXLV-LOCA . " , Annonhce: teethe piibrio that heis prepared Ip execute "air k1nd'-of "DENTAL 'WORK at tisual rates, pirtk?ular are wilt be- taken to PRESERVE NATURA rJ TEETII, and np One will be ' reqit i red to ' take any- work without being entirely satisfied, - :-':'--V . .;' jfti - '' These' -having decayed ieeth would perliajw; AS weH-taf-'cive Tiini a cuH "" ih: :,s. i -;SittRTON,fiept.l8thUJB56. ly.) '. r 'i ' ' '' ' '' ' ' r'-i 1 "''"" "' "'-; - Blanfc ubpenas and JSuiiti mom lor sale at this office. - in as v J .ror- Helmbold's Genuine" Preparation HIGHLY ' CONCENTRATED COM- ; FOUND FLUID EXTRACT " f " - IiUCHU, For Diseases of the Bladder,- Kidneys, 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, Rianeys, - or bexual Organs, whether existing in ... :; . - . - MALE OR -FEMALE, From whatever cause they may have originated, Ann no Matter of How Long Standing, Giving Health and Vigor to the Frame, and . Bloom to the Pallid Cheek, JOY TO THE AFFLICTED !!! It cures Nervous-and Debilitated Sufferers, and removes all the- Symptoms, among which will be found - " ' . . . - e . . Indisposition ' "- . ..'.. ' x , to exertion, Loss ' :: ' " - ! 'of Power, Loss of Mem-r '- -5 ory, Difficulty of Breathing, .- . .. ... ' ' General Weakness, Horror of . k , i Disease, Weak nerves, Trembling, ; '' Dreadfulhorror of deatb.night sweats - ; Coldfeet, wakefulness; dimness of ViBion r-, Lanenor. Universal Lassitude of the Afus- ;. cular System,' Often Enormous Appetite, with -I Dyspeptic Symptoms,, Hot Hands, Flushings , of the Body, Dryness of the Skin,' Pallid - Countenance and Eruptions on the . . ! s. Face, . Tain in the Back, Heaviness ' . j , ) ,of the Eyelids, Frequently .',' . " c.-t Black; Spots Fly- l '. iqt'i1".fiia: togbefore tba ; ; "' Eves, ' " . with Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight; Want of Attention, Oreat AloDUity, Kestiess j 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-, K. 'i . : ' ," : pose of Af anner, no Earnest- . f ., uess, no Speculation, but ; . , .y a Hurried Transition ' : ; - . :i -.:- from quest-'-T ; . f. ' ; tion to an- i ' - "." :!; I.; other. : -. , . . ... : These symptoms, if allowed to go on which this medicine invariably removes soon Tol-, lows LOSS OF POWER, FATUITY, AND EPI- j LEPT1C FITS-lin one of which the patient may expire. . - Who can pay that these excesses are not frequently followed by those direful dis eases INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION f The records of the Insane Asylums, and the mel ancholy deaths by: CONSUMPTIONS, 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 Afirth or Grief ever visits it. ' Should a sound of the voice occur, it is rarely articulate. ' ' :' : . " With woeful measures wan despair Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled." j " Debility; is most terrible I . and has brought thousands upon thousands to untimely graves, thus "blasting the -ambition ; of many noble youths. - It can be cured by the use of this IN FALLI B LE REM E D Y . : if you are suffering with any of the above distressing ailments, the FLUID EXTRACT BUCilU will cure you. , Try it ad be convinc ed of its effioacy. ..:.- BEWARE OK QUACK NOSTRUMS AND QUACK DOCTORS,, who falsely boast of abili ties and references. Citizens know and avoid them, and" save Long Suffering, .Afoney, and Exposure, by sending or calling for a bottle of this Popular and specific remeay. . w It allays all pain and inflammation, is per fectly pleasant in its taste and odor, but im mediate in its action. , . ITclmbold's Extract Buchu Is prepared directly according to the Bnles of - PHARMACY AND CHEMISTKY, with the greatest accuracy and Chemical knowl edge and care-devoted in its combination.- See Professor DKWKES' Valuable vvorKS on ine Practice of Physic, and most .of the late Stan dard Works of. Afedicine. ' One hundred. Dollars will be. paid to any Physician who can prove that the Afedicine ever injured a Patient; and the testimony of thousands - can .be produced to prove that it does creat cood. , Cases of from one week to thirteen years' standing have been effected The mass of VOLUNTARY TESTIMONY inpoST session of the Proprietor, vouching its virtues and curative powers, is immense,, .embracing names, well jknowii to . , . ,;. ciENc'$. sANM Mme; r; 7 s--100,OpO Bottles Have Been Sold. . , and not a single instance of a failure has been reportedls -- -.!- i-i-f 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 Narcotic, Jiferoury or injurious Drug, but are purely Vegetable. . , -. H.T. HELMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer. ,.; f Sworn .and. subscribed before me this 23d day of November, 1854.1' ' - ' ' . r , . , f, .y. , -u r, wm.. P. HIBBARD, Alderman. . ' C"" Price $lj per Bottle, or Six for $5, De "L - -'' livered to any AddreBS, -Accompanied by reliable and responsible Cer tificates from Pr6fessors of Afedical Colleges, Clergymen and others. "'" - ' "' ". Prepared andjsold by ' H. T. HELMBOLD, ' .. . y 'Practical and Analytical Chemist. No." 52 South Tenth St., below Chestnut; As v sembly Buildings, Phila.' ' To be lad of :A. D. DRIGGS, Woods- field, and of all Druggists and Dealers through out' the" United States," Canadas and British Provinces.'. ;:;;' ; . ' '-;'ri-"t t.';ft BEWARE OF -" COUNTERFEITS Ask for . IIELMBOLD'S Take no' other.--CURES GUARANTIED. . . i iJMarch llj 18571yv' STEED'S' HOTEL, WOODSFIELD, OHIO.; ui fclMXloHeji rpiIE above .named Hotel, having undergone "JL3 i ihbrough repairing", is "bow in a first ratej condition to accommodate boarders and travel-j lers'. The table, sleeping apartments; &Ci,-shall be Wchas-H rendet this "Hotel eeeond to none! fir the place. Every attention will be paid tq tlfose who favor him with their Custom, to make theiir stafplasknt and agreeablev'i-Charges reasonable as any othei Hotel in town;'' isma i 1 "'' ' : -W T T-IT :T & V VR.P! A T " ! : WILLIAM BEAD, 1 in a : l i J - ! A MAJtTKS. BAKXR, -JR SmTCEMR&BAEEE tlAKE pleasure; in 'ahhouncin to their cne X fomers,-'indiithe public in general, -that flvey-have' now' on-hand,' and 'Intend keepin'c 1;6itBt'antly; a general assortment ffi-.c:.: i DII.U0. Sfc Q ILS yVA INT S, V AR4 (;t ISUE BRTJSHES, 3CH00L,. Hf. -NOTIONS,. &e. h.-,, HAhS brYft&riea bt variousTcinds-i- ? 1 iron. Nuils, Plow-pojiits,v Salt Kanitw'a received uL echango -ibx gooflai . -1 i. WoodlieldrS5ept.J.O185G... ,, : . BlaiilrDefeds arid Mortffaffcjl, for aTe'at'' tKis Office j Miscellaneousw h 0 ' i': CHARTER PERPETUAL. ai Minn, " Insurance Company ' ;V.; :''-' OF " : ; :"'" ';- HARTFORD, CONN. , s J. Incoioriated:1 A.:"D.' 1819. ej! Cash, Assets Jan. i; 1856, $1,0T4,396." rfSURANCES 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 Contents, Stores and Aler ? chandise, Mills and Machinery, Man ufactories and Stock, Colleges,2,1 ' "' Halls, 'Bridges; Public Buildings, Boats, Cargoes and Personal 'i ; Property generally, ' ; " ; ' Also ' " ' ' The Perils of Inland Navigation. Of Boats, Cargoes, or Freight and Car : goes on Iiakes,' Bays, Rivers, Ca-' "? :' nals, .Rail Roads, or , other , -r . modes of -j! Transportation : of 'property in transit. All at as reasonable rates of premiums and liberal rules as the dangers assumed permit for mutual safety and reliable indemnity to patrons.' '...'- '' " " ' ,! -"'".' ' - ""'' ''. -;: :-' Losses Equitably Adjusted and prompt ly. Paid. ':r '" 3Especiai. attention given 16 the Insu rance of Dwellings and Contents, for a term from 1 to 5 years. t "; " : If it is a sound practice' iit owners; td insure dangerous classes of property, it is , 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 at alower relative profit and its cost more nicely determined. .Every one that possesses the least ability to accumu late, should protect all his property to the full scope insurance suieiua ii,.. . . . J. B. BENNETT, General Ageh VCialt Q.'C All business transacted with dispatch , and fidelity. - Apply to, .. !, ; H . L- WILLIAM P. RICHARDSON, Agent at Woodsfield, Ohio. Nov. 19, 1856. WILLOW GROVE HOUSE: BARESVILLE, OHIO,, -i. fc J ; (at Jacob Barea old Stand.) JACOB USHER,:- ProprietbrV ; The proprietor of the above named House,' begs leave to inform the public that he has Just opened up said house for ;the accommo dation. of . travellers and boarders, .byery attention will be paid to those, who favor him with , a call, to make them comfortable apd their stay pleasant. LHe 1& well provided, with Stabling, and the utmostVtteutiou willbe giv-. en to that department..,. Charges ' reasonable Dont forget to call at the Willow Grovel " 'o' - . .. - .. JACOB TISHER,""' i : Baresville, Afarch 25, '57. pd. -"; ','. fTlHE subscribers are prepared to do CARDING f in the very best manner; at. the' old stand in ! ANTIOCH. Tlie whole machine has 'been thoroughly repaired. All they', wish is? that their patrons will bring their wool clean and free of burs, and they , will receive the verys:; Best of liolls - . i . J ..' . .. . , - , C f iu return. Terms -7 cents peri" pound cash. invariably. For 8 pounds of wool, "bringing 1 pound of grease, or the subscribers will find grease ai d charge accordingly. .".-". ,. . ,-. " , , fi. .& J.; BROOKS. June 17, 1857- .-. ELAGKSMITHING, TACKSON St THOMAS have entered into part J ' nersbip for the purpose of carrying on: the business of Blackskrhihg, in all its .varieus branches They are confident -that 4hey can render entire -satisfaction to all who may .favor them with their custom, e Their : shop' ift on Main Cross Street, near' Hollister'a steam sawT milL .isUs ANDREW JACKSOi, -ijLiAl WM. S. THOMAS. Woodsfield, June 24, 1857- .i:?; ,3 .SaA J.U S T3 A: R' R T V E D - - T .-''h td'-hlf fPHE subscribers have just receiTed. a large and splendid lot of Goods, to which they invite the attention of the public ,-: Among the lot may be found a fine stock of , .y . FOREIGN AKD;' DOMESTIC Of every Description-fALSO,--.if Rcady-M ad e Olo thin g 7 BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,5 CAPS,; Ao. Of every : description,- suchas; CABLES,. CHAIRS, . BEDSTEADS,! lyOolunr stoves, A larpre;Iot, for sale', at the LOWEST! AlANU ACTHREIV? PRICES;' AlSPr: MvgG Jpt t SADDLESfflBRIDLESic&e,gf&( -'t-The-' aTjore Goods wilt be sold iW Tor CASHvbr CoaBtry';Prodnce.? f? u:.di id HNQOOP so." lo -tU-n? iMAVAVRMUABii turn Sardis, Ohio, May 13, 1857 s qiiUaim) Tavern- Stand forSale J iZt-l1. :7 l-e?Jta j I n 8tr-g &3::ii c-IA j iuib. siorRyoflart'8alafiiia.lAifii pxAJiiai acargain, iorcasn,orinexchang4 for"lafldlin,thit)unty or-itfUhe WeetcrsSaid property-is situated m the- r village: mi&MAfiimEifsu ifa Washington coiinty, on the Ohio river. It consists of twatots tie byTfjateeCtWo' tiew irame. notjsesAiwo stqrieJiigh, HjHslied offiM ten toonei' togeyier with a iafgeahd' dontmbi dio'iiV stable,1 ' . . . ! ', Abyi person desiring 8ttch ?Tropdrlyi'womd wen io can ana examine nig pTopffrxT tTO to seiir ;; 'af-M.urr -z p---M '" tT For furtheVrtlcula??' ininirer bf the sdbs'criber on the p'remiiteat ";' .f : , U- J ,f..-WTI.T.Tir,T'''rtwi,-' ff r : ,t 1 a Mii4xaUa 1 1 a AVUJLk ; " TeV. 4-1 8.3 7; Cm. cl- .castas' 4SW3viiB f ntpTirTSEEpr jy -' Biue Grass Seeds JI, trenip Seed, " jGarden .veeds,Ao,&o.. for Sale at KnihTRKiWS THE SPBH :0F. DEMOCRACY. PUBLISIIElEYERr vVEDNeVdAIV !'. ;.ccjntt WaacawnoiV5'1'-6 1 ; One dollir and fifty eaU fet annam. If pi in advance; otherwise, two dollars .will b ra. quired. Marketable produce" will ie'"takei Ja?' payment, t-t-.J s-cia. surdiatii -lasr jxo paper wui jbe discontinnedf except at the T3 vjjmvu vi tug puDusner, until slU. i paidi'iii;-g fl t'Lle ii- &t! i; 3 t-l"X-i.j' t -' ? ' . .. job paiNTnrs arrears at Executed wifT tioqt,ooo .-Jjj.i.-T.t ti-'.. ,1 A OMwj ahd at reasonable prices. i-6a S'tve ayw r. For -jS-wkt. 8 mot. 6 moa 9 moa.1! ijtir ' 1 "Vrt, 9 l. 3 2.f-. 9 3-.;- 9 4.. f i.vs H 2 squares, 2. 8. - ".; " " 7. column. 8. V 4. 1T. 1. " 0. " Kc"l"wn, 6. 10.' 18.' l. ' I column, 1 8.'- 10; 15.- 1 2d.- -tiT 'jfaTTwelve IinesW less, will be1 charged-' W'T one eqharei ciitt-l-i :i3tsT "All legal advertisements will jbe charged' . by the squarei' ''" a 4f it i.ttr Twenty-five per benC' additional ni i.W-:V charged on the. prices of advertising and . Jeb ' work if'fiot "paid' in ad vancavA? l-v'J5 nam- . ' f.uS TH13 LAW OP NEWSPAPERS. " ! I. Subscribers who dor not bive anresa.na. tice to the contrary, are considered as jrishinr to ooiitinue their subscriDtion.' - ; ! 1 2.' If subscribers order the diseontirinin AfcL their newspapers, the pubUsher may eonin,. to send them until all arrearages are naldT " ' j 3. If subscribers5 neclect- or refuse ia:t4 their papers from the. wffioea to which they ara directed, they are held responsible till they have eettled the bilV and ordered them dieonv?T 4. irr subscribers remove to other nhuii without informing the-publisners? and' tk7ba' pers are sent to the former direction; thjey.arf gj UOiU 8C3nAlBlUlC . , -.,,.-"' 5. The oonrthave decided that Mrnsiife'itf'-l take, periodicals, from. the. ffioe, 5jc rernptipgj and leaving them uncalled for, is" prima faci evidence of Intentiorial fra'tid;5 . ce NEWlWALLPAPERHOUSS3 NO.il 43, 1IAIN STREET ' C. HABBOTJE-begs leave A to infen ; his friends' ahfd the citizens generally, that he has added to his. business and will have.ina few days, a. stock of ,12,0"' belts', all of which was recently purchased froi . the best; manufactured andf importers, in thf" country. I Jntend making .this a part pf bit business, and "respectfully ask aHthoV that may Want pretty papek at alow price, ttthr remember the New.WaJiParer House, No. 14X. : warn DUDCh . . V. IXnJLIMJlJtW r Hay 6I85T.-3f;flJv.l- Aia-ssfr baa. tii him r . k.. .r .- - T a ,r!IJI?DDV FOR TILE IU PLD CUSfiJtTJi .L O i Hoarseness. i liRrariELD. MassI 20th'bie; ; th( lx-st rt-ravdy I hnv Ter fuuriit tir ' . foiiKhn, llonnenm, Influonza. kiiiI tht ; roncomitnnt symptoms of i-Coll, hryonr CHiua PKCTitU; ,It8 coiwtnut iwe In - mv practice txA ray fBnriir for tl last' tori jvm ban how itjtopuwwM.nipe. ( ;Hoivittni' fo-th treatment ofttiM .' I eomnlrint. .F.BKS K.MlillT. U n attSfeRTllST; Haiief dtieitUiUiTaa' ; o1 row .Pfcroitju. mvsrtjf and m my foully er ' yort mrtmM'Iti am VaHHTa.lt iba has Awlldna.IbOat .pwnirrpm irai.. mm a uau colli I shealj i ' take any otor wnly.'- . . . .'. ' ?.?WS-V" u-" Gronp, Wboopinr Canl rataaa.tS' ij the JsMtroU!i?dT we ponstwi fi the enre W , i" . Owjn, CYtip, and the" choKt dlteAsea of ihlIdreo.V. $ : your frattt-nH Jn Uia'oath iN?prrciafc jow ajkaL commend jour inedicias to our people.' T ' i-'V Hnaii tjna?, rv -V AM0flXRaEi,M6!rrET,l4wiltea,!!J Ja,1 lij. Iliaa tediaoa Inflnanaa, wSieh-aotiSneaV --m ..onra ' " Jlx weeks; took many medicioea wiUtonfc rel t- "' "trfea ymt 1reTotL by th ad via of r otj . , . . Ttaa-anitddaM coUeved tu aorenesi ia my throat M " tunsa; lew than one half the bottle made ine comn . ( ' "welU - Ymir hWxUciaea an Uw rfaeapast aawaBla-taaaai : ;..-vB ea.vana wteem yoDoctOT and jont ibj . -dies, as tho poor man friend.", . ' - Asthma' or Phthisic; ftad1 llroBciliii"aa r r Wot MancaEknf Feb. 4, lata. y . Sme -Your Onxasi Pm-torai to perbrmin w' enrer In thiaasctlnn. It lun reUered iMifnw ing aymptoua of conaomptiona4 owparit-r.i tav ' who haa labored nader an affeeUon. of iha Inn. . M . laat forty yeara, x- HKNK mttti v At' R AMSET, .4 AutOn'-iao!dl'W:tS write, Sept 1855: "Dnriog my pfmcUo-7T- " I hav found nothing eqnal to jronr Caxaar serosal. -- giving ease aad relief to coaaurapttTa patieavecfar - ;;aA.aarteiual.la..li!,.j,.,.ii j,. , -.j .-e.might add Tolnmat. of cridaBca, bat the sot f 'jf -. Tinciug proof oT tharirtnea of thii remtedj m fctmi U ? -'affeeUnponbial.' ' .' .-ioi.i-t lsoit&;'. ,. j-.-.-.-i.. ConsumptlaifSti fsf uv? i . . .Rrobably noona wnedy haaan pfnjKmr. ... .raradao many and ancli dangerous, ewe a Uiia. .f no human aid can reach; bnt area to thoaa th C. f : ' Picioti affords relief and comfort. ; ' " '" T "'' Anoa Hods, Niw Tom Crrr; Varce L ISzi B Oocrca Am, Lowsu.: I (eel it a duty and to inform yoq what your Ckezkt Pscioaui has A ' my wife:' 8ho had bean flv months laboring voul - dangero symptoms nanujrftkw, from wt I 4 we could procun rare her ranch relief. Bo was sto. . failing, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where wahavavo a1 ' for advice, recommended a trial of yotnvmedMna. .; : ; Weas hiakiniimwa, as we da your skill, for aba " r- -ared from that day. She ia not yet as strong as - to be, but is free from her cough, and calk hanW av-i ' ft- i. .Years with graUtuite and regard, rr - a i . ORLANDO SrjaLBl, or SaBUTTir. il -Ormvmj)iTtx, do not dwipair till yon bT tr f i- ' ji : '' .l?nRRT PscTOBiU- It M aiadaby ooeoiiha I a. v chemists in the wo3d,and its cures allaroun -.. nb werita of its rirteea.-- PMUuUbknXor. 4 .. fc'wl -T. ji.J : ,, v-: AyCatlmrticiSi;";; rput sciences of Chemistry aa& HeOna.JcrW n4-iajted tioia tarjrod;thta.t M purgative which is knowa to nutn. Innun"V . ' are shown tht these Prias' have rirttws whkV sw JJi i ezoellence the ordinary medicines, ana ihattuey . i ..a---' ,precedentedly upon the esteem of all maaTba't:. it -' "' -; 'ri pleasant totaka, but pbwlti a. , trating propertica .timalate the vital activities f & - ' ' LWe4b obirtruotkms at its organs, pnrify th.. i anu expel aiseasa. iney purge oat the foul hurnots v breed and grow distemper,, stimulate aiufvhjh ot nereit btgans rntothalr natural eea asM aartL. tone with strength to the wtioavaimui a-Kat-V -;theji one the etwyniay somiftits agf e,r?J tr also formidable and dangerous diseases that hara J"! f? akUU- mie thejfprot oca r effects, they are at the same time; in 'dimhiuned d ' - C : , iaW-V safest and best physic thst can be employed r-cv T BereiigarKXavted, Ury eaalsasiWI KVittarf; aad . purely vegetable, are free from nay risk of kse,eo rhare Jieea meiefwass be'f! w- r step tie ted by men of each ejasitafl ryxiti! a, -i r' as. Jo. forbid the suspjcJon ofnhtru u 'i. clergymen ahofytystefainT hays lenttu. J- fyjto the public the reuVbility of my remau. erafaawb santme the aisanDMor.HtsM my Ieparaaons contribute, kwanariy tj.' affllntnd. uiffnrTn. S.I1n. 1. . ! " The Agent below named is pleased, to rjurbuhV' r: Americaa Alhianac.rantainingdirectio'rnifdV-tiiwir certificates of their enrea;-a thn asikwfho. tr,' ii est)vetiet; feflloaa Cea)latatv, Khewxtisov Drty, utwt null u, newawiw WHBg BTJiB a-rolU DHVMcn. p , aea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction oT the Bow s il? J -rising therefrtmi Ftasiileacy, tarn aeaprtetaaya era and Cutaneous Diseoaea which rrquir a - - -t Afedicine. Scrofula or JUnai. KriL .They 'trig'' the bkxand sthimlarnHt-WnJ ..tvi v . tamrjplaitita aihich tt.jmald jtoA be e if-' V reacn, swn as Uoafnoss, Partial BOadus . .. , r Neryona Irritability. Derancemcnts-of the i., a neysVOeut.juid otbax kindred conu3arats-rt.;ira a . ;statoK)f We body or obstruction of its fnnctkme, . . HU. w I'll, vn VJ IUIWUtVlWeU OfHMIV WItn tW other pill they mnka more profit on. AOfloki 'Tiixij, and UkeJfiHifDg else.-1 No-e4bt;tliwy.oN, jva . Tyett Boraparea with this -in asjrptrlmiw talae egtataalTa ipnretm., ;Tlu sick-want the boQura avfprjhar Land toej should hare fie cr,1 ,-,i'! Praetieal aad AaaJyUcal.(arIajr3r Puca 85 Cra m Box. tm Boxar.fca August 'SO, l85rJ-: -.-Mr Si ;2 Y r 1 : I '4" v .1 i ;34 --; ' f"r'V.' 4