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If li J H E ;S F Tlt'l T ; 0 F J) E' 10 C R A C Y v. : ii . v ted tha I Jiurtw; of ItJbld, Would' vote afainsUheLecomptonltes. On the morn Ing ofVal d&jboVeVerJ 1 ctpu tr an other perception of Vi duty, ou an nnder- ittodtnir jvvut.t (i4aw lb mud re reCuTa't!ioTVuiib!o'' plabo of Ppftraaaser avKsoknk, Iowa, and that be; htinieir, 1)qu4, be gratlfled wjth. the office fJIarshaf o( ;ibe-.Iforlhera District of Ohio wbenjifs present term d the Hoase I, toinpleted.'' . A,vhwV. Ir. .Hoard read frm the Constitution towing that the FresMeny. 'power1 with Congresi, Duly exteudi. to matlerj of leg. i(ttionfipdLTrahfngtou,4 Farewell Ad . dntaagainat impairing upon ' the rights of In National LegUlatare, adding tba theaeiieeijapertetemrn'ti formed' the belli of action fortbe Home to pursue.'"1' lUt. Warren ea(d that If Mr, Hoard In inaatoS that' the men ontbo Democratic aide: of the IIouio could be influenced .by coirardke, or hope,: or fear, he waa much mtalaken;vNelther the Executive,' nor otberi. ceuld Vnflaence them. He was on thiTlracVpf, the VdlatlnguUhr d rtporter and It he could find bim be would expel ".jjrV" Dnrni 'pronon ncfedj the 1 Wat 'erne si it inx.tne mount an... unquaiinca false hood. -.nH'a Wa kf .-.;'.?..?. rUtteplieoireraavked that the move tnent or Mr. iioard waa rounded niion a ague ftfmor? 1 ,J -T;r ,V ' " ! ' "' r..:6hburneof,Ma)neV ccuicd. Mr Stephj c .of Ail attempt to atrangle inves- aatLnn,t l..)..;! ir.-.t I i ii (HMS V h I l.-'i JlrQtddliiga wai i6rry . to '.'ice '-innric-cessary ecltcnieat. . It bocame'tbq states- meo representing- a nee people to purge themselves of such charges of eorroptlon'. Ilereferred to tliVfAel thkt'thePcniocrata bad once cxp'tlTei a 'reporter, of the', .,7ri'-, '.collating, mat. tut colleague, .Air. SaWyar, aVe jiaoiigea .nn-t ;:it u: The UoaEfr, by a rote of I OS egkinsf 18 decided that Mr. IloardV. resolution was not e 'qucition' of privilfge. t. Adjounrned till Monday. 1 - --'; Wprriblel -' j. On tbVruornhig of Uiu lOtli, thrte miles north, east of-Boallsville in this county, a mau was foondja the road frozen,' hrwas lying on his lace with hi fiaods up to the wrist; jnrtjf he jgrcatef iparOf.bls head and face I'd ibe uiudj q iW'hich (conditioa be was found' dead t 'ana trozvW iv tight that hahadto.be chopped iiufwRb'ia but tock. tAi the fine pur tifyroriaiit left, the body, hti' tot been recognised,' the cloth.' ing were bo completely eorereu with nind that It' was Impossible to distinguish thcii; eorbr.'" 'Cause Is not yet known. . .,', fijnee riliig the nbove we linve bee informed that bis nume whs John Uenljour, and leares a wife and three' -small children. J OurBelations with Paraguay. Mf." Douglas, from thev Cpnimhtee'ort Foreign Affairs, It will bo en,' iutroduced on.Tuesdny, la tlm', Senate,: a .resolution autheriring the . President to use the na tal forces of the conntrf. if necessary, to effct thtf Settlement of existing difficulties' with the. cprcrurucnt of Paraguay, These diflifiuliics have all.been pi o vol. id ly the irrasplntr end jcalrtus conduct of President Lopez. 'The ''"outrages' for ' which tt' is contemplated to demand and enforu satis faction and reparation niry .be summed tip-aa follows '" The 'expulsion of all Amer icon'CilUeiiS friMn'l'jrugnWr' in 'October, 1 85t; the "withdrawal of the exequater . of the A mtiioat Consul, and tho barefaced robbery &ud conncation of nil trie proper ty beld by Americntis li Parnguny; for no justiff&tlc ryaspnwhatcrt;n Ibe firiug into theiurreying stcamer-of-war. Fater,mt'i," la February, 1855, while she was pi are abty engagedtakiug.soudiugsJitbo-P4i ranaBivet 'stcl firing feam'l Cbenpj the Quartmast'cr, wy$ ft1led,;sere.rali othof iwrsoiivAfbiindeil, 'nd the yessrl wiisJ hulled ten Umcsreeeivfiig seritfus dam. ir;.'rVis XTtA'iys nAatM tt 8n1 - aA0 V W b W Sm (WUVW0 ' The Immediate dml;foii, of 'ans'as nndcr thec'cqmpdii', CoiislU u tibu :,js '. o .longer, jiossible,, if it. vever. was. aoThe. roeasare is a 'dead cock iirthe pi," So far ei iny immediate action fs concerned' Tbe! motion of ' Mr!"JlABBi8 for, its "ctfer nc;w;tth. jiisrp?tjone for a'j.fulynd earchingjnqairy. into all Abo matters at tending its concoction, tho I various elec-1 Uottbd whether it' crab'racei thc will 6f a majority Of ibo peOplegiyifig f he eeui-mite;e,ppw'ertof'1ieud,;for-ajid examine peivjas.and papers touching all or -any of these points, decides the matter'.oja?'! the "immediate a4missiona'wliicH we bare etHL bechHbld'liShe 1 n.o Wg" panacea foe AlUtho. jev its of. ibis imbroglio. The motion for a references of 'Chls kind had-tor rwn tbe g'atrntlct of all the A(Jtnitf. istrationf and rarnamentary onpostuon that oanlH ho dovlanri .-. It hfld r.Alav-T vo its IntronsiO" strength, three preliminary xjuestions to dispose of, under cover 'of whi a Teeble Deuoc rat miht dodjje.--r The; pre ii 6ns questlou' ha'd-'to be sustain ed. Stiphens' molioa -for j reference to ibe Cpptmiuoe.oa Jf rritoriee-had trr bfl f oted dowiij'and.theD, tbaT moUouof Mr. HAWf waantaind.y of rbtf rqf III YsjM'tVtli lNayi. -'Oit 'Mr, Habhis' 4:liach!ns; notiou, b reconsider aud lay! lhat nidtfdo pa Ihl ' tableV the'Iuti-U. j omptoa meajaoraajed Jn- strength. It jvas arled.by. ftp " Yoas to i 1 1 ,J$'if, I II - ii 5i. J f5-L-a-: . GH&ItlFF& f SALE, JA The State of bio T) Y vietne of tw writs of - ys. '4 fei V 13 exeeuUoa tssned from James SUook-j theCounoftprmanrrleaa f Jfonroe Ceu.nty.Ohio, anal to medjfeoted, j vill oTir f tor : sal, at uuLlioI aactioa. ati the front I oetft the Ceut Heae, isb4towii,of Wocsueld,"in'saiirooanty, on , , , , between the Ko'ursef 10 o'clock,- a. m. and 4 e'elock, p. J. ot said day, the feljowtsgpe! etate,'lylngari( being I said' connty; to wit: .' The east half of the northeast fiujttr of Seo ; tion twenty, Ja Townsaip twer of Range fonr, containing; eighty acres, and eppraiedt $5te Also, the east half ef the aouthwest quartSr of iZ . 1 ' . y 1 . rn .VI A -ft) peoiion vwenij-wue, in tuwimiijp mu, vi uuge four, eentaininc seventy-nine acres, more or leee, aaapp'r!sel'at WV-?"V-Z . :- Jakeo in xeoati6n and levied , upon as the preperty of James Shoolf r at hei init ,of the lute ot dale. 2 ' - M! MORROW; J ?9 1 J858 -$t,B? 8hefifj; ; Wl'i WooUriU,' Pebi 1 C, '68.s riour per barrel. . - - v f5f00 Wheat per bushel. . - -" ' 70 Oats per bushel. J5 C6rfi per busliel. - . . - .i,,.' ... i; llutter-4r,uouid r?i-.n.3.-..T- SplA'LiJOTldKB.i .Tiik Scandinavian . IUmrium 'The r-r- following is taken from the South Bead (Ind.) JteffiiUr of Sevt. ' 4, 1887 Hon. Schuyler Colfax, M. Cr editor;,. , , ,,W rarely allude to ratent medieines editorially, leaving them. to. .ifek ; for lllvlllRvl T vl IH ( VUi KUTCI Vicing V VI u III, bat It is ptily sheer jvstlce te say that Dr. llobaek's" Suaudinavian Uemedles . are perforhjlag iome vztraerdiaary cares iu NV end Central Indiana, and rsally seem to be worthy of trial by the afflicted We bats noticed in our Indiuaa exchaag- es alone, accounts of three , or foir rs- markable, cur) effected by taem wkUin the past month, csrtified to; by persons with whom we are well acquainted. And w seUftfyorn ibe following, because the signature will be welj known to all our citixens. Morris 'MoVrls is one ;of the mostVkloed uhd widely,; kuewn residentb of Indianapolis, was for many years State Auditur.and enjoys the higheitjsonfidence of all. wVy know llim ,. He has just vol untarily published the annexed certiQeate iu the IndiauapolisVcnlrtia. ! Bit ADVXH- Tisxment. .."( i k i u n .3 ) I ' Lira viiyt AKD.mffiNix bitters. For obstinate coBtircnssn, heartburn, inflam mation, cf tfte liver or kidneys', 'these' med icines hvve proved a never failing remedy, and should be iu the store-room of errry family. Sold by W. B Moffat, 335 Broad was NeW..ork and' bid I'A gents;?"' t; , :;. , ; , v, , Itottoyfajfi iPilUsIn cases where med ical skill has exhausted all its expedients, and the - practitioner sorrowfully admits that his repertory contains no drug? that will helu bis .patient, this all-conouerinff autidole h'chievei Us most signal triumphs. Where the frame is reduced almost to a skeleton the appetite gone, and a general attpphy' oClhe.system .prevails,' a course of the. Pills will iafuse energy into the: whole T-ital organiiation," and spur into' action every torpid and palsied function. " Thus nature is enabled to. combat the dcbilitar tir.g innasNce or disease, w bile the anti septic properties of the remedy ' are at work opbh the animal fluids purifying from all matter " antagonistic to health, and imbuing them with nutritious aud life- sustaining elements. i. - 'i- i FOR THE SPRING OP 1858., 4 yERV LARGS ASSORTMENT OP FUUIT ii. AN'U ORNAMENTAL . TttKES, ; SUruU, V inca, eio., liinaamg .. ,. . ... ,, ., Arput Tbbeii, f4 years rafted,) very thrifty, an.l of thb.bot T4iiti ler Cutrat ud Boum- eru Ohio.' ' " .' .V " Pbab Tsss, beth standard and dwurf, the Utter; en Auger qaiuce stouks, vory thrifty lid bamlrtome. . Cubsbt Tusks, adapted to the oliuaate of the SoutU-wout, ninilly on. ilahaleb tttckt, a,ud branching low. f (" ' , -. r.ACuTuKKS, of Ih'i best age and ctz, with fine UealChy root, and of tlia choicest kiuda. riuma, QuincoB, Apricots,, eutarines, Al iiioud, Uiftpes, Currauts. Oooseberries, Kaap bei lien, Straw beniea, Rhubarb and Asparagu Uootit.Oage Ora'uge Hants, (for hedging,) eto. , AL-o, lirei-greens ofr&rioua kiuds, Uoaca, an.l Oruaiueutl SUrubs and l-'lwr, in groat variety, aud at low prices. ' . . .: , r ti Sind for a Ukhcbiptivs Cataloock, and Qrdrr dwuutly from bead iuarte, ad n jjgent artttmploed to iell trees for us. Articled ril be pwiked eomely, aud forwarded to any poiuts'oii the Railroads, as directed... - (Twen ty ViuieUes cliojce Fuwaa Sagos eeiijt by mail, iuUgi i flue,, lor $1.) Address , . " H. B. BATliHAM h C,0.,. i, j .F 17, 1SS7. . , , Columbu, 6.., ,i ' ' r 'i i - :.'.!!' -'Administrator's Sale. ' , ' ' N the IjSth djfy of March, A, D. 1858, st 2 o'tdouk in tlieafternooii,' at' the front door of the Court IItiuse,jn tlietotraof Woodsiieli, ilohroo 'ceuntj, Ohio; Will be sold to the high est bidder, the fcfUowing real estate,, as the property of JamesS.'Couley, deoeased) to wit: Beginning .at the south east corner ofj.the.re8t half 6f the north east quarter of Suction iiinoteen, of, Town ship three, and Range four, in Jtfo'nroe flohuty, Ohio," thence went twenty eight rods, to a "tone; thev.ce north one bjn-i ilred'anl tweaty' four ro Is to a stone at Smith's line; thence south fifty-seven aud ona-Iourtb degrees east nine "rods' to a hickory; thence eighty-seven and ore-half degrees east thirty two rods te a stone; thence south sixty-seven and one-fourth degrees east twenty-wine rols to a stone;thence south about thirty-seven and one fourth rods teNefrs Jine; thence west for ty t wo rods to a stoae; thnce south eighty rod to the place of bogiuiug, containing thirty three acres, more or less; subject to the dower estate of iKlisabeth Conley widow of Isaac Conley, de ceased, in three-eights ofaa.id land- .. .t. -.,.1 A'. : . i .1. .... . .. , . 1. ' erest oil the, deferred, payment?, aad to ue seoured to the satistsction ot the aab so'riber. . ' ' , , ,AVM..B. DKiNT. Feb. 10, j8S8. AAm'r'of James S. Couley,, SALE QZ SPEfOOp ftANDS. NOTICK is hereby given, that, there will be offered for sale at publio Auction, at' the I front door ef, the Court Houie iu Woodsfield, Afonroe County, Ohiooo, r j j y . fj)rt (Saturday tfit $ith day of .MrcJi, next between the hours of. 10 o'clock, AM., and 4 4'blek p. 6n sa,i4 day, the following tracts of acueol Lsada. to wiU t .. ,-.!., . ir The east aalf of, the. south east quarter pf seetieu number 1 6, in original surveyed town ship number 5, and jaugo number t, ooataining 8 acres... Appraised at $1000.,, -; ;..u . "Also, the east half of the north .west qaarter of section, number 16, in, original, surveyed township number 8, and range number Ii, eon taining 80 acres. .Appraised at 1200, ; ; Said. lands iu no ca to he sold for a less sum than the appraised value thereof. ; .,, iJ One-twelfth of the purchase money to be paid at the time ef sale, tbe balance in eleven eqttal annual payments, with - interest oa the deferred payments to be paid annually. ' t31- ,; i;jons. holliday, " ; i' 1-" ' .'"' :" Auditor, M. p. aT, Woodfield, FeWlO,1858r : - ; - NOTICE .'It a n IS hereby given to the attorneys of Boyd & 0tt: William Okey, Master Cemmissioner, and to the bidders or purchasers, or ether per sons interested that Ahe use and possession of Lot Sixteen (16,) in the town of Claring ton, ilfonroe'Caunty, Ohio, is olaime4 by me until the first day f April, 1819. i 5 .fr-ii J AUUJ 'WIQRRJLL. - ClariBgtoa. Feh. 10, 188-3w. COLUMBUS- r" BZ:N UllSEllY. ; County Infirmary. ; S BALED proposals will be reoetred Vy the uudersigued Pireotors 'of the Monroe Coun ty Infirmary, until the lit day or March, 1858, for a Boperiatendent of said Infirmary for ne year from the 1st day of April, 1868. "Said Soperlntendrtit will be required to furnish two horses, to take charge of tho inmates of the Infirmary, and to farm the land belonging to the Infirmary in a huabanddko manner. All pro rUiun for the family of the 8iorlntndtnt aud tho iumates of Infirmary, and feed for the horses, furuixhed by the county, The 8npr inteudeitt will be required to give bond and security for the faithful discbarge of his duties, and to put in about 29 acres of wheat, 19 of corn aiid 10 of oats, aud suuh other vegetables as may be required by tho undersigned. Pro posals to be filed with the County Auditor. The Board reserve the right to themselves te receive any one of the proposals that may be tiled, or rojeot the whole at thulr discretion. JOHN KBRR, ' ELIJAH McMAHON, JOSHUA AMOS, Feb. 8, 1BI8. Dlreotors. ' Settlement Accounts. NOTICK (s hereby given that settlement ac counts have been. filed In the Probate Court of Monroe County,. Ohio, as fellows, to wit: John Fisher, executor of Richard Fisher, final, Jauies p. Melott, executor of Jacob Melott, final; Otho Farmer, guardian of Christian Spfind ler's heirs, lln.il; Thuuas Griffith, executor of Thomas Loyd, fluul; . t I Jacob Eggar axlministrator of 0. J,. Stolg later, final; Hiram Sprague, : administrator . of John Spr.ngue, partial; ... . , I Isaac Booth, osecator of. John Booth, par tial; .'-- ! '' i Andrew Sawyere.exeentor of John Wutkins, partial; t ; i ; , ; j Je.-iuh Wilnon, aduinietrator of Rosannnh Mo Williams, partial; . : ,7inian T. Terry,, administrator of Ooorge Terry, partial;" ! Jacob Vernon, administrator of Robert Car penter, final. i . The above acoeonts will be for hearing in the above' order ooinmemiiug March, 2, 1658, and continuing from day te day uutil disposed of finally.: In the mean time ; they are sab ject to the examination of all persons inter ested therein. . ' JOHN S. WAY, ' Feb, 3, IS58. , Probate Judge. ; SflEKIFF'S SALE. , ''". pushing It Arms, "t 1)Y virtue of a writ of ' i vs. -t' execntion to nie di- Mr. Si Ciu. R. R. Co. j rected from the Court of Common' Pleas of - Ross ; county,' Ohio,' I will offer for sale at publio auction, in the town of Baresville, in Monroe connty, Ohio, butweeff the hours of 10 o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. M., en - ' Thurtday;, the ith rfy of March, 1 858, the following personal property, to wit : About Twelve thousand Railroad Ties. ' Taken ' In .execution and levied on as the property of the .Marietta and Cincinnati Rail Road Company, in the case of Thomas U. Cuahr iug and Richard C. Arms, partners, under the name of Ciuhlng, Arms, & co., against the Mari etta and Cincinnati Rail Road Compnny. ' ; Feb. 3d, 1818. - C. M. MORROW. ' - V: ' Bhorff, Af. C. O. SUEIUFF'S SALE. Cushing, Arms Si Co., V War. & Cin. R. R. Co, J , u Y virtue of a writ of exeontion to Jlar. & Cin. R. R. Co, J , me directed .from the '. eourt. of t Common Pleas of the county of Ross, and State of Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auction, at tbe front door of the court house, in the town of Woodsneld, Afonro coun ty, between th hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o'clock, PS M., on . - , Saturday, the 6th day of March, 1853, the following Teal estate, lying and being in said county of Monroe, and State of Ohio, te wit: All thattraot or parcel of land, being a part or fractional section number tweuty (M), town whip two (2) and range three' (3); beginning for the same on tbe bank or tbe Ohio river, immediately on the upper side of the mouth of a small run, being the lower corner of the laud owned by the heirs of John Jones, deceas ed, running thenoe south sixty-eight and three fourth degrees west, sixteen poles thenoe north thirty-eight aad one-half degrees wost, thirty and two ten h poles to a rock; thence south twunty-seren degrees east, twelve and four tenth poled, to a red oak; thence south, twenty one and a half degrees ea.it, one and one-half pole, to. the. .corner of the . lands formerly Owned by JamosKirkpatrickr thenoe with said lands north, fifty-three degrees east, thirty three poles, to the Ohio river, thence up the bank of the Ohio river to the place of begin ning, containing seven acres and ninety-seven poles, more or less. ' '" Also,-the following described real estate, to wit: Bepfmuing for the same nt stake on the bauk.of the Ohio river, niue and one-half rods below Terry Cline'a lower coiner; thence north seveijty-eight degreea west, seventeeir rods to the edge of the rocks; thence south, nvo 'de grees west, with the fron of. tho clit.of rocks. twelve ro ts ana nineteen links; thenco south seventy degrees esst, seventeen io23vio . the bank of the Ohio River; thence up the bank of river, twelve, rods and nineteen links', :to the plnoaof beginning, containing one 'hud one fourth acres; being a part of section nineteen, township two, nn,d range three, in said Monroe county, and being part nf a certain tract of land oonveyed by Jacob. Bare to Joseph Rar. ; ' ; Also, the following described real etttate, sit uate in said oounty of Monroe, to i wit: The 'west half of the north eaet quarter pfaotioij twenty-three, township two, aud rnnve, three, containing seventy eight, nd four hundredth acres, more or less. ,;Also,' the followfng, sit uate as aforesaid to wit: I Beginning for the same at the river with the line of the last men tiened tract of land, running thence south un til it meets the run; thenoe with the meanders of said run until it meets ' the river at the month ef the run; themce with the original line along. theJiauk"JJfe.riTer tiU it-nieet ihe-J corner at the place oi beginning,, .ooataining nine acres, more or less; and being the same tract of land sold by Stephen Atkinson to Ab igail Farchild ' by deed dated September 3rd, A; D. 1831, and recorded April 8rd 1832, aad rerecorded on the 10th of August, A. D. 1840, in book A, page 121 and 122 in the Recorder's effioe in Afonroe county, Ohio.' Said two last mentioned tracts lyjug together, aud making bat one tract, . and containing eighty" seven asres more or less. ' Also, the following tract of land situated as aforesaid, to wit: Beginning for the snme at a buckeye tree en the bank .ef the Ohio river; thenee north seventy-one and ene-half de grees west, forty-three rpda to a. atone; (bearing tree chesnut oak 9 inches iu diameter;) thenoe north with the. book line,v thirty reds; thenee east te a stone on the river bank; thenee down the rivet bank to the place of beginning eon. taijting tweWe sores more er less, and being part ef the nor,th east quarter of fiactiooal seotien number nineteen, township we," and range three, in said county of Monree, -and be ing the same land that; Isaao Thompson sold aad ooaveyed to Isaao Afarlow, on the Slat dajr of. January, A. P. 1830. . .. , ,: . , . Also, the following deseribed. tract ef. land situate in said county of Monroe, to wit; j Be ginning for the same at a stene en the bank of the Ohio river; thence north seventy one and a half degrees west, forty-three reds, te the baek lln of lsaae Thompson's line; thenee north with said hack tine, ' fifteen rods to a atone; thenee south seventy-one and a half de grees east te a stone en the bank of the river; thenoe down tbe bank of the' rivet to the pflade of beginning, containing fourmVres Wore pr Jeff, and. being part ef the north half ef fractional section aumbsr nineteen, township two, and range three.- r - y Also, the following tract ef land, te wit: Beginning fur the same at a- stone on the bank of tho Obi river, thlrty slx rods and sixteen links below the sonth east' corner of seotion number twenty, township two, and range three iu said .Aonroe county; thence north forty rods to a buckeye 'tree six: inehes in diameter; thenoe north eighty-ono degrees west, one hun dred and ninety-seven rode, to, a marked but ternut tree, and a corner on Cornelius Mosena's line on the bank of tho run; thence down the run with said Monona's line, to the south east corner between sections nbioUmn apd twenty; thence east with said sei tlnn lino to the Ohio river; thenee up the river bank, to the place of beginning, except about one acre in, the south vast corner of said trart, which George Thotnp-, sou conveyed to John I)awling, and also one fourth of an acre on which the school honse now stands; said tract of land, supposed to con tain seventy-four aeres. '; , Also, the following tract of land situate U said county, to wit: Beginning fr the same at a maple tree at the south west corner; thence west slaty-four rods and six feet to a dogwood; thence south thirty-four rods to an oak; thenee east sixty-seven rods and four feet, to a stake on the river bauk; thence up the river bank, thirty-six rods to the plaee of btginnlng, een- talniug ten acres and seventy-one roas, more or less, and being in the north east comer of section nineteen, township two, and range three, being part of, the .land eonveyed by Jeremiah Williams to John Uook, and by him to Jeremiah Howell, and by him to Isaac Thomp son and George Thompson, and by said George released to said Isaao, Also, the following tract of land to wit: Beginning fer the same at a notch In a rock on the section line, between sections nineteen aud twenty, townehip two, and range three, corner of .Cornelius Moseua's land: thence with the section line south, eighty nine and one-half degrees east, twenty rods te a stone at tho raotth of a run oa the bank of the Ohio river; thence north, four degrees, went with the run ten rods te a stone on the left ba.uk of the run; thenoe north, eighty -six and one-hnlf degrees west, ten and sixty -four hun dredth rods to the rock; thence south, thirteen degrees west, with the rock to the place of be ginning, containing one and forty-seven hun dredths acres, being , in the south eaut corner of fractional section number tweuty, township two, and range three. Also, the following tract except so inuuh thereof as Uaaa Thompson oon veyed tolsaiic Harlow and eredenoK Aeurg, to wit: Beginning for the aame at a buekeye tree ou the bank of the Ohio river: .thence north seventy-out and one-half degree west iorty-three rods to a stone, (bearing tree eh8r nut oak 9 inches, in diameter, north, sixty-two iegrees west, forty-six links, chesnut oak twen ty inches in diameter, north fifty and a half degrees east twenty seven links); thenoe north thirteen ana one halt degrees west, tlurty-uve rods te a chesnut oak twenty -four inches in diameter; thence north eight degrees west, twelve rods and fifteen links to a stake; thence north twenty-four and a half degrees west twen ty-seven rods to a chesnut oak twenty-eight iuohes in diameter; thence north . thirteen de grees west ten rods and six links to a stake; thenco north forty-two degrees west twelve rods to a stake, (bearing tree, dogwood 3 iuohes in diameter, south twelve degrees east . lour links, dogwood three inchea iu diameter, north stxty-eignt degrees west. ,10. links); , thence east twenty-nine rods , to- a red oak;, thence south thirty-four rods te a stake; thence east sixty-one rods to the bank of the river; thenee down the bank of tbe Ohio river to the place of bediming, containing twenty-five and thir ty-six hundredths acres, , being part i of the north west quarter of the north east .quarter of fractional section number nineteen, tewn ship two, and range three; the same that John Hook conveyed to Isaao Hook, and Isaao Hook conveyed to Isaao Thompson on the 11th day of March, 1844. The three last mentioned tracts, composing a single tract, containing thirty-six acres more or less. ! Also, the following tracts of land aituate.in said county, to wit: Beginning for the same at a buckeye tree on . the bank ef the Ohio river: thence up the bank of said river, 'twenty-eight roas ana six leet io a none; mwiioe nonu ign ty degrees west fifty-seven - rods - to a stake thence south twenty-eight rods and six feet to a Btnall poplar tree; thence south eighty de grees east to the plaoe of beginning, contain ing ten acres more or less, and being the same land that Isaac E. lloskinson oonveyed to Perry Clin on the 19th day of Afay, 1847. Also1, the following tract, to wit: Beginning for the same at the above mentioned buckeye tree on the Ohio river; thence down tho bank of said river to the north! east corner of the land for merly owned by John 8. Thompson; thence with said John S. Thompson's line to tbe elift of rooks; thence with the cliftef . rooks to Perry Cline s south line of the above desoribed prenv lues, thence to the place of beginning, contain ing one acre, more or less; being the same which Jacob Bare conveyed to Perry .Cline on the 22d day of April, 1851, and also, , being a part of fractional section nnmber. nineteen, :- township two, and range three., . tfi,.v, ; Also, the following to wit: Lot number eigh ty five (85), in the town of Clariugton, in said county of Monroe, formerly owned by one James iiuggms... , .u;'r,2.u 'Also, one eighth of lot number twenty-seven (27) , and one-half of; lot, number twenty-eight (28) , iu, sai'i town.ef jCIaringten,.4indoTmetiy o-ned and occupied by one Martin Trey. 4 " .Tak.en,i,a exegnUoa ftO'l Jevied pn,,aethe property of the Marietta aud Cincinnati. Rail Koad , Company, in. .the, case of . Thomas H Cushmtr and Richard C.I Arms, partners under the namo-of 'Cashing,- Arme Ac - Co.,1 'Sgalhs the Mar:etta and. "Cinvinnati 'Rail iRoad Com. pany,, . -C,.M, MORROW, l Feb. 8, 1858; '' 1 i ilr - Sheriff,' M. C. O. i ' Monroe f-L6(lge7' .jK6!rl8;- OF Free and Aocepted . Masons, ( meet -, the Wednesday evening on, or preceding each (uu moou, at the Masonio Kail. , .... . Oi! lujuta: - ..... WARRKN H0LUSTER;:W.'M2f.!,' G. II. Davkpobt, S. W: Lswis Lofton, J. W. Jas. R. Morris, Set'y.y U. B. IIitL, 8. D, M. Hobfplxk, J. D Woodsfield, Feb. 10, .lg5J3. flsaab iAn3ersbiV& Es NOTICE is hereby given that the eubkerfbers . have boeu-.appointed and qualified s:AcF miaistrators of the estate ef Isaao Anderson, late of said oounty, deceased. '. I v-' i V -.--it JOHN DAKAR? ---5 ':-ii tifkj'l V- -JTt W. MELLOTT.1 Fob. 3, 1858 3w.pV f'j -"-'io-Adrn'ra:" 1 -v-i-.,-" (4 .f.l ) ..; ft tit:vU-tW O'-.-Jj. JO ' JAMES DUNNS E STATE: ; v NOTICE is ' herehy'gTveri that the subscri hers were ' appointed pa .ilje 4tH day','of January, 18S8, by ttje Prqbata fcoiirt ef Mop, roe county, Ohio, Administrators' of "the estate of James Dunn, late of said county deceased. - : WM. DOUGHERTT,. Jr. ..Jan. 6,1837- 1 ' 1 TOOMA8 ApAMS,' "Administrators 'SaleVtj'rJ BY virtue of an order, to me, directed, from the Probate. Cenrt .'U '-and 'for Jfenree 6ohnty, Oh!e,I will ofier for sale, at publio aaetien, eh the premises, the. following real B.aie sunaieu iu, saia- oo north east quarter of the Seotien 27, Township 3 and 40 aeres more, or less, said Premises .are, sold free of dewor aad all ether fnewmbVance's,-', ,, Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. ";3f., en Saturday 4he 20th day of February v 1 8hX. i TERMS OF SALE.V, f , V One third in hand, one third in six meatbs, and. the residue Within ene yea;' the deferred payments to be with interest, and secured, W toe sausiactioa or the undersigned.... ' Jaa, 87, 1868, HARVEY T. UTfC DAKVbi 1. HUCa.&hlf . hto'x of Jeha Ifyer, d'4 Miscellaneous. Daniel Dougherty, Bi ?s JStstate. Oh me (tdayoryapnarypiie, otters Tes tamentary were issued by the Probate Court of MenW Corfu ty, Ohio, to the under lined as Kzecutor ef the estate ef Daniel Uongherty, tir., late of said Connty, deceased. Jan. 27, 1858 - JAMta DOUulluRTl, Jr. JOHN.W, STKINKR'S. ESTATE. " NDTICU Is hereby given that the nndorslgned 'was, en the 21st day of Jan. 1858, appoint ed by the Probate court ef Monroe county, O., Administratrix with the will annexed, of the estate of John W. Steiner, late of said county, deeeased.: , CIIARLOTT li STIJINliR, : Jan. 7, 1858.-3w.pd. ' ; Adm'rx. ' ATTACHMENT NOTICK. Thomas Pollock, ) A T my instance a writ ef K 'vs. V Ix. attachment was, 'ort John 8. Heald. the 13th 'day of January, lfcoS, issued by Geo, W. Darke, a Juxtice of the Vaoe for Salem township, Monroe coun ty, Ohio, against the goods, chattels, lights, credits, moneys, effects, sad stooks, or interest in stooks,' or the defendant John a. Ileuld, a non-resident of said county,' for the sum of one hundred and twenty-one dollars; which Is to be beard on the 9th dsy ef March, A. D. 1858. : - 1 j THOMAS POLLOCK. Jan. a, i SS8. w ' As - ae m ir ROAD NOTICE rrhere will be aj petitlon'preseiited to the X Trustees of Salem aad Switzerland Townships, Ifenree Conaty, Ohio, oa the 1st ay of Afarch, 1658, for the purpose ef laying eat and establishing a township road, com mencing at the north went corner ef lands own ed by Cenrod France, in Salem township, thenoe north along the line between the lands of Jacob Tsobappat, Esq., and Adam. Sherman, on the lands of said Sherman uutil said road reaches near the lane of said Sherman, thence across the cerner of said Tschappats fluid to intersect the present road in Shermans lane, thenoe the best route to intersect the county read leading from BrtalUville to Clarinuton; also to vacate 40 mac li of the, township road as is on the Unas ef said Sherman. ,. . ! January, 27, 1858','; U .PTITI0NKB. 11 ; PROPERTY FOR' SALE OR TO LET, ON i ; RBASONABLB TKRM3. A'--HOUSE 1 BLACKSMITH at) a or a arm r. t t AND THREE LOTS Jn- the 'town of New Castle, Green Townshipj Monroe' county,' Ohio, are for sale, or rent, on reasonable terms. Any one wishing to purchase oan have it by paying $100 dewn,' or, on the 1st day of April, 1858 and the residue April 1st 1839. ur L win let it on reasonable terms. It is very suitable preperty for a mechanio,' Black smith,' shoe maker, &c.V There is a well en the premises. For any further information inquire ef the subscriber one mile north ef New Castle. Jan. 27, 1858, ALEXANDER DIXON. : DR. ROBACK'S Blood Purifier ; and Blood Pills- ' DISEASS VANQUISHED MY VR. KOBACK 8 SCASDIKATIAX KgUEBIKS AFTEU, YEARS OF.. STUDY AND; KXFKRI ment. Dr. Robnck. the eminent Bweedish J'hyslcian, eneceeded hi vrodueina a medicbie trota twenty-turee uirterent specie or mountain herbs of his native laud,: which acts directly, upon .the causes of disease in the blood, and by restoring, the corrupted .fountain of life, to condition of health and purity, expels diseases from thf system, wherever it may. be located, or whatever may be Us character. r Indigestion nervous complaints, epileptic and Other fits coughs, consumption in its early Stages, sore throat, bronchitis, fever and ague, asthma, low spirits, sexual incapacity, femamue-weakness pricxing of the skin, symptomatic of paralysis, rheumatism, neuralgia, tumor, cancer, diabetes, lassitude and debility, diarrhea, and all other disorders of the organs of respiration, the liver, the kidneys, the.etomnch, the nerves, or mus cular fiber, are unerringly eured by this pre paration. , It is to tho viateriet rnorbi or seeds of disease what an alkali is to an aeidi it neu tralizes them with absolute' certainty,, while at the tame time it regulates the "secretions,' re moves obstructions' frouithe bowels ,'oreates ap petite, renews bodily ..vigor,.' and regenerates every animal function. Svoh is the n ate. re, such are the effects of Dr. Robaek's famous seaudi navian Blood Purifier, which if taken in cen juuaioa with bis Scandinavian Blood Pills, will not only obliterate, the . most painful disease, but prevent the r recurrence, and lengthen life beyond the ordinary span. In the SCANDINAVIAN VEGlTABLB BLOOD PILLS, Dr. Reback presents the result of t wen ty years experience,bard study and experiment as te what a perfect pill should be. ; No one oan doubt their superiority after ..one single: triad. Price of the Scandinavian Blood Purifier, $1 per bottle, or $5 perhalf-dozeu; Scandinavian, Blood .fills, ZD cents per box, or nve lor $1. . i Peru, Miami County, Ind., Aug. 4. 1857 Di C..W. ftobck:J I have woeived eo into oh benefit from your Scandinavian Blood Purifier and Blood Plla, fbft have thought it my duty, and it is no leSs my inclination! to give a plain statement of my case. ' I waa for years afllieted with' thai banefyf .alt. comfort and efficiency in business, dyspepsia.- To recapitulate all the so-called remedies which I have used to rid myT sell or this disease, wouia indeed make a mel anoholy catalogue. ' I consulted with the best physioiaus I eould hear of. I was induced te try your remedies through the pursuasion of a friend, and arter using tnem a few days waa greatly benefitted, and In a short time,' less than a month; I was entirely and permanently cured -r waS also'afflieted with" the most violent ner vous headache, which J. supposed waa produc ed by my disordered etomaoh, for when, my dippepsia left eiy" headache left 'with it3. 1 now teel better in every respect than I have for ten years. - -- - - Very, truly .yours,. ' 7 JOHN. S. DEMUTS. From the ReVi UK MoMoLLaS.Paater ef Rob erts Chapel: t Idiaavoub, Oct 6,1857. . Da. C. W", ReBACK Dear . sir: I. have used your Blood Purifier for a nervous affection, ?rem whioh I have suffered muchat times. While it is pleasant te the taste, t( certainly has' a happy effeet upon the nerves, flease aeeept 'my thanks for yoar kind regards and aots, and believe me, -'"- " ' ;J ' ' - . " i i Yours,'1 J V'J:- W. T. McMTJLtKN. a ! -lsDfANAPOLis, Wednesday; Sep. 21857.' , . Db.C W; Roback -Dear St r;' Having been 1 troubled for several years with extreme debil ity and weakness, so much so that I was un able 'to attend to my" ordinary ' business , at times, and having heard of the wonderful eures thav your Scandinavian Bloed-Purifier and Fills were effecting,' f was induced by a friend to try them. -' I have beea .ujing .the Purifier feij the last twelve mouths, and Ini tbe' med icine fally equal te its recommends. tion. Se Valuable is ita use to me that I eannet 'saw iciae fally equal te its recommend tion dispense, with it at any advanced age of life- seventy-seven yearav , . . . ; u .,'Vi. ? 'I eheerfall five this fnfrmatka fort .the bebettt of these sIniiLirly affectee .'. ..v J- ,f r V4XW8,;MORRIS i Tbe above certffioates aad many ethers, eon Wseen at mj effioe by any. que at an so, Eaft reurttf street,"" 3d 'hull'diig 'from Afain street wnoisssn, jj .Nf-n CNV Jt.JLi k-3r.vll. DaToapaftTraasla- field ' Kotzebaa ' it Oblinfe fc Malaga; Aimitroir 4i,.MooaT, BeaJUviMa; jCbaa. F.l Billmao LawisvUleia V Cb Anshatz, Combs W JP' Booth. Sunflsh: and! I OJ AruggiBia u Avrvu" 6uciiij. Joa, ?7 if - . . ah Afni Wamilv Hnaieal Almaaaii. vratls. south, east quarter of Trojm tne agents. fy ntu r.A r Manniaeverv. Daie-noums ma vmoe..xiv. e i J20 AD NOTICE. THKXS wilt be a petition presented te the' Trustees of Salem towiuhip, MenroeCouu ty, Ohio, on the liHh day ef lrh, 1851, pray ing for The location and establishment of a township road, commencing near the residence of Joseph Ward, at the county road; thence across the creek to the mouth of a run; thenee uptheTttnthe best route near the dwelling house of Samuel Wistermati; thento to iatnr soot the counly read near the Cain School house." Mast FariTioMucs. Feb.'lO, 1818. pd " PRIGGS & MORRIS; ' ' DKALERS IN . "' DJi T GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD. WA RE, Q VEENS WA RE, IROy, " NAILS, DOUTS, SHOES, . r . HA TS, CAPS, itc, Sfe. "''!; A D. DK1GOS and W. T. MOHRI.t hire i formed a enpartnerxbip a dealers in the above articles. They expect to sell as casAr, if not A i.iTTr.a tHSArait, than Ueodt hare been selling for, in this town, heretofere. " t Cnrxvar rueDCCs will be taken in exshaago fur Deeds at the hiohsst xaskkt rates. ' ' Examine their stock and prices befeie pur chasing elsewher'eT ' . ' , Woodsfleld, Deo. 1857. . ' ' .1 TO TEAOTIERS. T1HB Board of Examiners of Afonroe County, A. Ohio, will, for. the purpose of examining, Teachers and granting ' Certificates to those found qualified, hold meetings in the Woods Held Union Bchoolhuuse, on each of the fol lowing days, vis:'' 1 " ". SATURDAY, 23rd January, '- 6th February, -J ' ' "' Gth Warch, :'- 3r,l April,' - -v : ' '; " ' ' 10th April. The exnmluation will commence each day precisely at 8 o'clock, A. itf., aad Teachers not present at that hour, will not be examined.! c' The 45th section of the School Law strictly requires that all teachers be publicly examined, and on the days publicly advertised by th Board. No certificates obtained at any other time are legal, i ; . f ' 5 fl i''- i .... . By oi dor of the Board.. .. .. . .JOHN ilOORC, Cleik. Weodsfield, Jan. 13. 1838. , CHERRY PECTORAL, j TOR IU3 XAPIB CUXK 09 , - OoJsIa, Cogh, aasel ki . - lloarauo. ', Bmicfuu, V4as, SMk DmISSS.' : ' Om. J.O.irwi I4nMtbailnttKw ' tfc bast Wr 1 haw mat bum (jr Ooucha, HwmaiMM, IsSaenMi, and (tw '" MBogfnifciot symptum of a Cold, is your ; Onsaar 1'MTOBAU lu ceoabuit m is - my practice awl my family Bjt the laat tea TiHiri lint show K o iwis nea- rior rlrttiPS fur Um trMtaaunt of Ums NnpMitta. XKUii KJ;HT, M.O. A. a MOr.TLtY, Kv-f Utioa.N.T, vritea: "Ilw. iwd yoar Pi email, oayaotf and in my taatUr erar aiiw irwi inranted it. anl beliava tt fa beat maAdna Sir its jmrpnas rrtr piU'oiit With a bad oold J ilienlS ooDer iV twanty-ava dullara - a beMto thaa de witkutrt It, or i a aujr xliar rejardy." i .. ; Croup, Wkoopine Couch, Inflnensau. Sraixaniut, Him., Fab. T, lft&S. ; GTtn Arm: t will chaarfully terUfy your Pkctmui, m the iMMt ramoilT ws ponaaM kw tlie Sure of IftooptM xyA, Croup, ami taa sUat riiaaaae of abildraa. W J f.onr fi'alorolty In tli Swth appradau your akXl, aad i.immand your tfladicina to onr paopla. UIBAM CONKUN, M. 0. A MOS LEX, Kaq Hoxtsbst. lAn writaa, 3d Jaa 1SSS : ' I had a tadiooa IkSncuxa, whloh oonanad ma ia doera .Ix wki took many madlainaa -withoat raUaf; Saally Med yoer Pbctubju. by tbe adrke of oar alartTmaa. Tlra Slit da rauarad the eoranaai ia my throat aad lungs: lM than one half the bottla made ma ooapleteiy wM. Tor maUc4na are tha rbaapwt aawaU aa tkaaaat ire can bnj. and we aateam yoa, Doctor, and your Nana., dies, as tlx poor man's fiiaed.", c.-' r. . u- ' , '.v' '. Asthma or Phthisic, aad Bronchitis. ' Wtn MASGaKana, Pa, Fob. a, IBM.' Bui: VourCnrnar 1'irroaAa fat partmiltni martalla ;.irn iu ttila aactlun. It haa raUavad aavaral from (Wa ing ymptoius of oonacaiption, and la naw enring a maa Who ha liiborttl nndar an aflccUoa of tha hinga (Mr the !. forty nun. UaKRT L. PARKS, Mojchant. ; 'A. A. RAMSF.T, M.O, Auaoif, lloeaos Iowa,' writaa, 8pt. S. 18M: "During-my rraatios of manyyaara I hare (ouad nothing equal to your Oil eaht PacrXAl Sir riving nii and rrliaf to couanmptiT pattanta, ef car! of uch at art cunUila." n wi .-i.'.-i'-;, W might add Tolumat of aTlJaaca, bet Iha moat aaa- Vincinc proof of the ra-tuea of this remedy to Smadta aa i- teute upon trial. -: t t t.t . ., ti. .,,':. Cbnsnmptioai. ' .-?' ; Pvubabty no one ramady haa OTar till kaoww kluh urn ad aiaivy and inch lancroiu aaaes" as tkda. Oaaaa . i human aid ran reach; hat area to Uwae the Caaaav j'Hriomi. ffi)r(l relief and aoraftirt ' v'i Arret Iloen. Ntw Trail Oirv.-Ifarth i, ISM ' Docroa Aria. Lowau: I SmI H a duty aad a plammre' lafiirm yoa what your Obkrbt PacroaAL bae dona Sw my wifa.. fha had bees Ave months laboring nader the lanfrerona eymptomi of Cuniumptlon, from which aa aid e oould procure cava bar much relief. - Shs was itaadily jiiling, until Or. StroDg, of this dty, where wa hi re eome (ur ailrta, reeomaieaded a trial of your medkaBa. Wa liloea hie kindnna, as wa de yoar aklll, Ibr the baa ratov erait from that day. She la not yet as atrong as tha need ' to ha, but it free from her cough, and caUt keratlf weU. - ' Yaare with araHtKrte and regard, j'--. ' ,( , OltLANDO 8UKLBT, W Sottrriata. ' : pmwumptivn, do not detpalr till you have tried Atn's . rirrt I'airroiuL. It it made by one of the beet medical herniate in the world, and its euree all around ua be.naafc ae high weriM of Its YUtut.i'AbUe)AM Ledftr, j s ' Iyer's Cathartic Pills. rllR edenraa of Chemistry and Medici aa bar baao - taxed their utmost to produce thia beat, moet periect jrgatlre whh-h I known to man. Innumerable Brauta e tboera ihst Uieaa Pius hare virtues which turpats la 'kcllnct tha ordinary madioinea, and that they wis ua , precodcntedly upon tiie eel afl awn.:; They ara aafi, ! and ploaaant to Uka, but powerful to tut. Their scae iratlDg proiiorties tumulata tha vital aetlTltiat of the body, remove the obttnictlont. of Its organs, purify tha bloedV uid expel dUeaee." They pnrgeoat the font human whloh breed and grow distaaper, Mikmamta slugghm or aenr- VI dared organs Into their natural atiou,and Impart healthy tone with strength to trnvwhoisr system. . Kot only da they cure the erary-day eomplainti of arery body, but tles formidable and dangerous dsn asm tbai hare- baTed' tne bast as human sklU. While thay prodaca pawm-fu ffscta. thay are at the bum time, la drmb-Oaaad dsaa h saJtet and bast phytic that cam aa amployad la-ddW .., Bemg augej teatad, they are phasaut to take ; ustd t -purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. ' Guiv hars baaa mans which surpass beltaf wart they not sub stantiated by man of tuch exalttu poaiUon and character as to Su-bld tba suspicion ef untruth. Many tanlnsat dcrgymea aad physicians nave mat their aaiaea ta esrtt-: fy to the public the raHabiuty of my remedies, wtfOt otk-' rert have ami ie the aaauranca of their eonvieHoa that ' j- Proparatlont Obo tribute bumensely to She relief of mj iBIctei, siifwtol fcUow-man. -j v - v 5 . The Agent belew namrj is 4eassa to mrniak gratis Amm icaa Almauac, eootaiul og directions tor th4r nse a eereinoatas of their enrea, ot the following toruisWnts: Cottlveneea, Billons Complaints, Rheumatism. Dropsy Heartburn. Baailache arising from a fcrtil Btauieeh, Now -"tea. Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pall miaing therafrom, Flatulency. Ibat of Appetite, all Ulcer oue and CutaneoiM Diseases wbk-h requirs an svacnaat Medicine, Scrofula or King's KtU. Tby also, by ymrify ing tha Mood and itunnlaUng the syiUmi, cure many 1 eomplainti which it would not be supposed they could reach, inch aa Deafness Partial lUtaduesa, Neuralgia aad " i Nervnna Irritability, Ieningmeiita of the Llrvr and Kid. neve. Gout, and ethar kindred coin plain ta arising from a '. low etata of-the body or batrustion of ttaHBCtkna. . 1 -v . Do not be put off by uhprluoipled aealere with sbbm i oilier pill they make mora profit an. Ask Sa- Arna't . flius. and taka nothing alee, i No other they can giro ' Wis comnarva with this Its MtriHdr,vauor auraUv ; Mrers. The' aick want the best aid uWe is theai , ' uid they ahAuia hare M. ' , ; ? ,v."i; - ' ; , rrcphfod ly Or. J. Ci lYER, '1 Prati3l aad Aaelyttcal Chsialit, Lowell, Mats r r Pmcs 5 C ita Box. fivit Boits roa . ( . . FOR 8A1.B BY .' 'tiso. M t KiBKBUiPl, Woodsfield, Qhio. 1 Oct; 14, 185TJ iJ : ; l H ; '' ; t . Attachment Notice- Ooorge (W. Durkee, riaintiff, 3 r . 1 ,t'M.i.4ti "-agoiast4--4 's'"u'1-ii Fina llaines, Defendant,,'-; i . Z BEFORE Michael Bongbner, a Justice of the Peace of Adams township. Monroe eountv. Ohio. On the 23d day of January, 1858, said JaS Vice issued .an vOrdir: ef -attachment in the above esse, for. the jam of twentysix dollars and seventy-six conts, against said defendawt King i Haines,', who t is .a non-resident- of said eoauty, which is set for h taring en. tha 2Tth day of Marqh. 1S88. at 1" o'clock, A. M. ...feKli85. PIANK DEEDS for rale rtt th's.ttfee. ' ' ' k . e Mankind ?Wondcfs; but-BeliiYwa. olio a v ' s IM 1 15 tilwjrfi WHY Alts!! 7rSrA3tJil FiTALft iuvni ! Merei . beoase ..jliitikiiitM preserihlng ttur ' tlieirjsf.ictSiitMJ.u fhelr vstui tr to rej., Uy timitoius Iiitoaii or'eraiuatlug their reet.' The aution Of these nils is precis-tr the as-;y verse. ''They uxil fitiln the seei'etiro'wTgaiT.1 ami tlie olreiiUtton the trtortaid matter whiekM produces lXt-LAMATlO,- l'AIN, FEVEa.Pst-;t HILITJ ana PUVICDKCAy; an4 the basls''t ef lUuu Vi ii rouiovoJ, Its uianifastatleajv'1 vanish. WliiU ordinary remtiires -onlv atferef -' a tewpdrsr .respite' to the sufferer, Uteae pills mnnthflaU tk dittr4?r. ... '. p ti STOMACH .tSV LI y Jill COSf PL J INTSx - . ThuHn are the complaints, of 'the' aiUliea.'v Fw escape th'em, anl, if neglected, they lead' to Immeaiurable -clangorous mslaJles. i lSai'O why negleotthem when KOLbOWAV'8 .PIXUH.t will erajicate them as ceitainly as water a tlnguishes fire f, Dur'iBjjthir last quarter of aV eentury' these 1 wbinterf u-1 pill's have beea' aa--'. tlonaligvilln ail parte ef the vrer1d Theyaraf if admitted by virtoe of speeial deerees iats) tboru ttooilQiess of detpotlsta.anj have beoe'tae thOjj great.household, remedy .ia this vur era Jte-T pabllcau 'America.- ' ' ' ' ' v '' . ' ; NERVOUS DISORDER tl aa i Death 4s shnpljr a'totat paralIixt1oa'''elibeftr verves of motion ami, sensation,' aud any., dem rangement of these delegate organs affeots ilis-i,, astrously botU tha body and the' tnlad. " Te' the nieioaa iiivalirlilOtLOWAy'S PIU.S ete7ja an artiole of prlirte ;ntessity. ; They 'iBtpart? toue'amt rigr o tbe.'lflternal erggnft a,cI eonseqapatlv jto(,lh' ervpuf. systBin, f hiei pervades knl , connects them'. ' Heace thslc marvelious'cufes of Ilit8tiarA,"Nritvovs TwttaaV UGS, and 61hor kindred eomblalnts. v Kic) PHYSICAL;; PROSTRATION 5- sasa l - " . 1 T ..ti si ' i 'ii.i J - ' iu uasaa ui vsuorai yamiiij, auu tuat sJ of bodily powers,' to which no nxel cbaraetar as a 'disease can be assigned, the rehoVatlngaJJS feet of these Pilte jst astonishing. L Jhe WhU?a system seems, to recuperate nnder their 4sV fluance.' The 'eye. resumes its, lustre, ho"aaa eles their nrmhess, and every animal -faaetiesg-" receives a new vital impulse. Sneh haa beea i the-ezprienc, suh-ia ;th tatineirv- art "clreds of thousands. .' ... , t ' ' : COMPLAINTS OF EElfltSC'Z The functional iregalaritlea petmllar te Ike . weaker sek, Ire lnvaHably 'corrected Wlthem pain or iaconvenieaee y tue'BSe btUQJMt ii WAY'S PfLLS., They are the safest aad.svrt-f: i mediaine, .for, all the .diseases. orehiUthewSj.v,. and.ttma.vbe said of these Piils, as of" jbe 1U- publican !nstitntions, that they'promotetie-a 5 greatest good Of the' greatest nnsaber.w: i:VA-t i HOLLOW rs t -pills ' ARJt y rflfljr BEST REMEDtJ: KNOWN UJJf. TJTr WORLD FOR THE rOLZQWING.pli.-, EJtES: . . .. . r- ..uA Asthma . lv( ;'S tt il4lrgeutlo;:' l'" : Diarrhoea ?. " ..-.ij Iaflueaxa'! kuIS Mti Conghs, Colda ,Hj vIaflaniatl0Bi ,oa r& Chest Diseases , Inward, TeaaUiea' l,, .JL Fever and Ague' JT Liver Poroplalata" '- JSowel ComplalnU ' ' Lowaeea of Spii ita - ' ". Costivenea J Vj d'Jt PDea Ustt ,iiJ Debility; , r:.irl fti ..iteaejaaiarayejij female Complaints,,! SeoeadarySympUaaa-a)-,--. ... ...wieiauinutt, DviDensia Wormr af all 'aJar!. . Womr ef all 'kia& JUS'S 4i-J iitU Headaches tO-CAUTION I Ifeee ; are: aeavtasj the werda "Hellovajf. Next y 'ork 4m4zLen . oom- are aiscerniDie as a rir-jaWt jneveT.v leaf of the book' of directions around ehe jjV or box; tbe same may be plainly seen b;aw-I ingtke leaf to the light, i Ji hancUeae 'irvwaaft wlli.be given to any one Tendering- peaV igk- formation as may lead to the detectiea ei bj.. party or parties counterfeiting the mtJ;aee' or vending tbe same, knowing them ta te rya 9 v rioas.t -iS-y-tf-'-.zz? fill' - .Z'At .Sold at the mannfaotory .ef . Preftaaer'') - Hollow at, 80 Maiden Ine Kew York, sjad, by v all respeotable Draggists. and Dellera In- Ue4l-V ' nine-, throughout the United ' Atates aad tie-'J eiviliswdworldrin aokea at 29 aU;l eaamv. aad$laaeb..7 . . .t s;-.;: uitis Jiit There, is a considerable saving by tak'- tng one of the large aiies. . - IV. a. Dirsctions ror the g&idonee or aa. ' tieats in every disorder are affixed to aaeh best - 0014, 18l7K4r. UMS'LZ' Utr ' r ARM FOR. ii S ALEL ? nuik THE andersigned,, offers for, sale1 the fann. oa;(I A 'which be now lives, lvina: oa Rich Fork. In Wayne township, 6 miles sqnth -west of.W.oodaw ffeld,;ioontaining 8 acres, "about 45; W whTcK ', . are cleared. There is 'on- ealdf farm -a' laiw7" aad the"fram.e of a new dwelling boose, and the '' wok en me same nnaer way. xne iancis. and is well watered J v Nearly the whole'traot is under fnoe,j For terms apply to the anbji jt seriber on the preraiseg.-, , ' nj' ii '.-' Cl .... .. ; VABa.u..uiiai, MASTER COMMISSIONEX'SSALBxS BY virtue ef special mandatea from tsmCerlol of Common J?leas of Monree county, Ohio, to me 'directed I shall on the 224 day of, Feb- ruarjr, 1858, between the hours of tens la;th , forenoon and four in the afternoon, at the front ' deor of the Ceurt-House, in Woodsfleld, In s'aiiwi ' county, proceed ta sell, at publio autcry; aat' " ancnen, to ta nignest bieaer, the south Jkattr of the south eat unarter of ectiea .elevenr - Township five, aad Range serri,1n Saidcoojiityi'.9 eontaining 80 acres..; OrsTered ibejald hytusus- Cenrt of t'omman Fleas of said eejiaty to setufjri,4 a mortgage executed by John Qallangher.i.wifsv29 ' ia favor of William" Kirkpatrick; and anether" , mortgage in favor of Stephen Totts1 at swhoseaj suit the orders' of Bale were made. SV?.'. Jan. U, 1858. EDWARD AHC.HBQLDV eal ; . . ,, .Mas. Cem. M. C. ft AOS NT A V D 8BCBS A Sb V Honrid Mtttuil InsHranct Ccapaijfv s r "TTILL attend MONDAY OP AH WaMfJF1 W'.. at -the QnVoe f the Savings Italitte.'3 This being tha day set "P? f-ib lMBfslc all persons having business .wWMbe Ceaaitw a, wui pieaae eait 011 tuis aayn ., - ... Feb. n,s18S7. 1 W k MM- 1 GUARDIAN'S SALM. BY virtue of an order to me directed from the Probate Covui cf ,MoJixoe-bsity, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at public auction, on the. 1 3tl . day of March, 1858, betweerr the honts of 1Q 01 clock, a. m., and 4 o'clock, p, vbk, on tupreuf ss hereinafter meptioned.ip neeasownBhipX in said county, the nadivided interest of Joupli Wiaemiller, iydia Ann V inemiller and John . : Winemiller, bting one undivided eleventh part ' of the west half of tb seathnt u. ter fc-f sec tfon IS, in township ?, pi rapg 7, in said coun ty; subject to the. payment of .fight.- hundrfg . and eighty seven dollar!! against said half .qar-,:; ter, to be paid in four "years' aftdf tlie deaf! of the widow of Robert- Ortrventer,- ueeeasedT and also snbjowt lotbe in,tos.it;of thej-wldovt.' Tl seph CarpenterdeeoasodiMidjIoteTeswuJi be sold for cash. " ,r ''. . JA0WiyE!iLEGuirdft.n: w5i of Joseph, Lydia Ann and John Winewillor, -:. Yah. 10, 1S5S-, ' - ' ' v;:;.v . ". rr 3 1