n iiBiina mm i in Him" i ii m ii i i1" ' 1 -" "n' 7- r"i r" '' '' '
7 . - '
m-JL YftOkea ia a Cotton JIillw.,;,
ik jrBtraw-httotf, fcaudj-whiskered,
Ix-footor- ofef tho jurelj unmUnited,
em In yesterday from (Irecu with a load
f woo'it urv tan F.ci'(H7; CmtNy
liartnff pHd b! wem! to tk satisfaction
f ibeoTvracer,. he biitcH hi team with a
buQtlls' of grwn grass, brought ail tht way
ttota, hama far thai pnrpoia. and - then
fearing inrtstai a -portion of his Sood
proceed In root I ear and gingpr-lread at
Hata'i, he started va see the city" filling-.
kiacoautenane'f with v bread, and
enewing rapidly a , ha 'Went. He re
viewed the iran foundry and machine rhop,
and Was jntt oppasite the warp mill aa tho
'hahde' were going in from dinner." The
rla'werfl i hurrying In. "aa only factory
girhi co; hurry aud janathan, unaccus
tomed to cuch an array f plaid hallsand
bood-bonaets, deposited his gaad-stick on
the stairs, and stalked in "to see what
thi trpdUla was.,1 ... , . , ,
SCha clattering machinery and the rnore
roents of the operatora bewildered hira
far a mbmeat; bnt being of an anquiriug
, turn of mind, and seeing much that was
calculated to perplex ona whose obserTa
tidn in mechanics had been mostly con
fined to threshing ; machines and corn
s heller s," he began to push tigorous inqni
Tie ia all diraUons.: .In this way be
mada hlmielf acauainted Buccessirelj with
th 'external economy of the various
chines ibrongb which ' cotton-wrap pro
lressea in the course of its manufaoture
tha picker,".! 'lKp-iader,", "double'
and Speeder, " and finally reached the
'breakers? ad "finishers" jast t the.card
atrlpper was going through the operation,
technically termed "stripping the flats."
Iu doing this, the large cylinder of the
card is exposed to view; aad Is seea re
woiTing wtth; very, pretty .buzz. Not
v contented with contemplatiug the; 'poetry
of motions at s aafe -tiUtance, our. here
most needs intrcdaco himself between the
cards, to get neaf er view.5-1- This ' move
menV, brought kit nether garraents In daa-;
garojia proximity to the .' gearing of the
uextard and .'thereby hangs a tale ?
; WYooI sayl' She goes pooty-dOnH
, . lih.hpaii? r JoBathaniaqairingj
lj.4tf:- its.' :f.-': -rl;.if,r'i' I!';;
Tt ont d anything else," respond
ed tnt ttrlpper'but yoa - mnst ,be , very
carefarhow yoo tnove aroand amonggt
the hardware. .ItTwaa'onlylast week',"'8ir,'
that a promising young man from Minot,
a itsdsnt at the Academy here, was drawn
v Into "that vary1 card,' sirand before any
ssistaQce conUiattch him,' he T was 't rai
throngh, aad manufactured into,. No. 16
Mrviw6w ' I UalieTe you're lokiag! '
"Fact, tir.'contlntted the stripper, "and
hit disconsolate mother came down' two
dart ago. and : got c five bunches 1 of the
aamayart ainielaBch'Jiy relics
n.l(. -:.l.l iv.i ...ii k. ...ltt
"Fact, air. fact! and each of his fellow
ttsienta oarchasad a skeia apiece, to be
aetn lockats; and worn In remembrance
cjf rirtea worth.".
"Ia that the truth, nowr Was be rai-
2g heetded, spun, and sot ia lockets?";
Aland or personal dansrer here shot
ttjzzi bit hero'a mind, and he began to
xatrtxt precipitately, without waiting for
aB ansTer. - Taera was sot macn room te
tpsra batwixt himself and ha gearing of
. a . -j . i .;.'- "L . a. ' " ' a
tz cxra oeciDa mm. Anamer step oaca
wari ccsDlctad the ceramooT of introduo
tton. Ilia unmentionables betBg of large
calibre, the process ef inarliag them up
a. i c . r:- .5
athin rave tonorue instanter. and by the
tweatlath ; rvraUon, of ' th embodiment
tha muilo wax melodious. Oen. Scott,
fcicaalf, onld not have protested more
foralblT againit. an "attack 'npon his
' ; - - -- -. , . .
"tal Jl-u-r-a-a ri ,-.iAt-go yoa
ft 4 - -Y)1a m ' srnnw ' entnwaw!f sv 1
Atetjaashamedf : Qii eoat taint poety!
UUrnauoa aaixe ye, iei aioae on me, can't
.ytvdaw.iti : r-r. vt
Tha gearing hy thla time 1iad wound
hia op so that ha was obliged ; to stand
on tip toe. His haads were revolving
.vigorously behind him, though' he dared
not tentnre them too . near the "seat of
war." . I The card atripper, threw off ;the
bait, but toe momentum cylinder, kept- re-
volving, anal the green i'un,. supposing y it
Id full operation, burst out anew:
. "0b ltdp her! Stop her, won't 'jef
. Ctop her, dsw. . I aia't well, and I orter
be at hum, , ' Father wants the steers; and
' mother's coia' to bake.- Stop the t tarnel
nashsen can't yef ? Dewl ; Oh dear, 131
iVtieriadand sn.' aiot Iew "i
eut ;.4e-ra-a-iemi now a wisa x was ww
'1 ) (vW:
xne cara was siopea at last; dui on'
athan'a elothea vera ao'entaaa-led in the
gearing that it wax no small task to extri-
-cate wm, v lake utheiie, te was "not ea
ilMAai1 anrlit wi nlv hv4nttino
J J J . ------O
out the whole of , the ' invested terriiory
that he vaa finally released.
"What are yoa about, here,"- inquired
the OTeneer, entering.
- Nothing, sir, only,stripping flats,' '
answered the atripper. ..j fcrt r O
'Jonathan, not caring to resume: his
Tarsult or knowledge nnaer aimcoiues, a
. .. m - e ' 1 . -V" ' t 1 . .
mm, ana ; Of Siariea wun nis sieers on
. . ... . . ... .
fast WJUE lOWaras BOme, giving a ; series
of short kicks with either leg as he weut
at If to assure himself that he had brought
away his full compliment of limbs : from
the "cussed machine.'?
i K' ". Stars. that Girx. v:
Tonngster, spare that girll -Jis
not those lips so meekl
TJnrnf3ed let the fair locks carl
' - TJpon the maiden's cheekt
"r. ,h ,,. , .... -' !-.! j
Believe her quite a saint.
- f iler looks are all divine,
j Her rosy hue Is paiatf
' ' Her form is crinoline,
: wm.. i. j j,i
J jwul wuw nii . "
thousrht has been found. She was "hug
-l.i... I4..t Inolted Ilka a. man. .
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SINCLAIR, WIRE & SINCLAIR.
; At t p r n e j s d t -lik w,
WOODSFlELl, JHUNROK CO.,' OHIO.
s Will practioe in Menree and adjoining
Cematies'. ? Office up stairs oyer Sinclair Ba
tW AB ABCBBOL I '' l: VI. T. BtCHAaMOV
Notary Public. Insurance Agent.
Arclibola & Kicnarclson,N , ,
v s Attorneys at Law,' r IT
Woitjleld, Monvt Cen Okim.
JOEL Ft RANDOLPH, r
- ATTORNEY AT LAW.
- irodtfitld, Monrt Oe., OAte.
m. oLLiaran.. i wm. easr. - s. hoiaibtsb.
Hollister, Okcy & HeMster,
Ataernayi at Law, v ' J; :
- ,t.-j WooitfieU, Mount Ce., 0.
: .... IV !, v. . .. . ... !. '
Dr.( .!T, -Sinclair
flaring resumed the Praotioe of Med
icine, tenders his Professional ser
vices te the oitiaens ef Woodsfleld
and vicinity, ' - --
ra Raidejiaa one deer north, ef Drier's
'SDr. JH; Pierson -
OFFERS his professional servioes to
J the citiaens ef Woodsfil and
vicinity. ' He has removed his once
to the room formerly oecupied by Dr.
J. Smith, t . J. . aaay 1 '60.-
Dr AY M. JJOWeil,
J rxnremri pttpsuciak AKD
i ! i w r - r :
Mw,tocA. Afore C... OAie.
r Dr. R. M. Andrews,
-.PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
I I X, CSResidenoe la Adams townsnlp,
CB en his farm adjoining Wm. Alexander.
June 27,1855, . , .. , .-- .
Physician - and Surgeon,
Calais, ifirt Count jf, Ohf. 7
Oet. 21,1867.. . ..,, , -
WLL do anything iu his line on the short-
est notloo, in good style, aad eu reason -
: able terms.
'Office ever Iirkbride's store,
I SaiUlSIl ailfl U Heeling. rat'lieU
THB FASTVRUNNINa: STEAMER
" , ft.T!ZA !
I 1 tt D T T T A L WT A A Tl I
A U iV 1 -It U A - V V U'ii I
CAPT. STEPHEN raoMPSON, leaves -
, -wh7 .7.3
I?"' r " V" r.- '
I hOUrS. , ,,- , , .: BJ. tj, Ol,,
The lew aad fast ruaii!f steamer
,r ; Jr. v "
. we 'wt- -
'Tl It Tfci fl 'H W " :
;-J 'R .
Captain CHARLES BOOTH, is raaaiag
a w aeeung j-nriterBours. -
i- ci I . nr i. -1 : , ma j
dm iwcb m bwuos TB.r7
Wednesday acd .U'ndav at 10 o clock
A. M , aad Parke rsuurg every Tuesday,
Tburaday and Saturday at 6 o.cleek A. M.,
For freight or passage applj en beard.
Sunilsh Machine; ATSSSSgSSSSi&li
WILLIAM LITTEN," Proprietor,
ri'HI undersigned has purahased the whole ef
the suansa Macbiae shop, aad BUekSButb
shop heretofore managed by Kiernan aad Me-
work in the very best style, and at moderate
I. Tkd t.VlliVm.nl a n.t.ll.
. T.T- "
led ay none ether la the oounty. -
- 1 - WM. LITTEMV
-1 Ct -IS. 183T. -;-v -. ........
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1718 19 20 21 22 23 7 . 94 si
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28 29 39 31
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4 5 6 7 8 9 10 5 33 6 27
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 5 24 6 36
18 19 20 21 22 28 24 5 16 6 44
25 26 27 28 29 30 . .,. ,t,
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6 7 8 9 10 11 12 4 36,7 24
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MAT. . , .
W. . fWCLAim.
MARTIN BARXR, JK,
SINCLAIR & BjIKER
npAKE pleasure in announcing to their cus-
X tomers, and the public in general, that
they hare now on hand and intend keeping
constantly, a general assortment of " '
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, TAR
' NISHES. BRUSHES, SCHOOi ;,
I. ' BOOKS, STATIONARY,
".Also-Qroceries of various kinds l- -
Iron, Nails, Plow-points, Salt, (Kanawa
' ; and Pomeroy.) .:-'c
O" Produoe of every kind , will be
received in exchange for goods. .
Woodafield, Sept. 10, 1856.,:iy ,h .
;e WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
fTIHS above named Hotel, kaviag undergone
L' a thorough repairing, is now in a lrat rate
condition to accommodate boarders and travel
lers. The table, sleeping apartments, &c, shall
be such as to render this Hotel second-to none
in the place.- Every attention -will be paid te
those who favor him with their custom, to make
their stay pleasant and agreeable. ' Charges
reaseaable as any ether Hotel in town.
' - ' WILLIAM READ,
Weaaswix, Mareh 19,1858. : 1 :,;
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.' ! :
THOS. K. DAVIS, Proprietor.
rpHX proprietor ef . the above named well
1 J known and popular house, begs leave to
remind the publio that it still merits and main
tains its old reputation, . He has recently made
extensive and costly improvements, and is bet
x -- - a ' ii . V 1 a 4.
minister to the eomfert of his patrons. He
promises that no. Motet in me town snail give
, A.yjaAo jx. i."'.'
N. B. Jspeoial eare take ef horses..
March 26, 15, ,.-,-,1 x-9 :,:-: .
WILLOW GROVE HOUSE.'
.,. - "TT-L .T , .75 '
(at Jacob Bare's old Stand.)
JACOB TismR,f Proprietor.,
The proprietor of the above named House,
begs leave to inform the publio that he has
Just eueued up said house for the aooomme-
dation , ef travellers and Jboarders. Everr
attention will be paid te those who favor him
subUrnr. and the utmost attention will be -iv.
en to that department. Charges reasonable,
Dent forget te oall at the Willow Grove
Baresville, Jftrefc 2, 7. . . jkL.-.-:
I township, Monroe County, Ohio, within half a
mile of Relnard's grist aad saw mills, on the
Little Maskinraia, and Seven miles from the
Well Timbered ftlld Wfttertdt
f hr'ait:-A"-"elaaed rns-wiii:j:
prTe4. V :.'" :
f UNQ OBCHAR.
,ijrt' apaJe trees, two eemfortabU aabins,'
a geou siaoie man tog Darn una . iwe tebaeco
heutea. . 1 ; .... ;
'nous wisning runner lniormation can
inquire ef the undersigned aa the premises
vra WM. W. ROSJsV-
M BRO Alt TILE COLLEGE,
ESTABLISHED IN 1840,
TKCORPORATED by the Legislature of Penn
sylvania. -" .
" BOARD OF TRITBTBBB:
His Excellency the Hon. JAMES BUCHANAN,
President of the United States. . .
Hon. Jodob WiLkiRS, Hon.
j. k. moorhiad
Hon. Jcdob Haxptoh, I Gen.
Hon. Jcdos Lowrib. , I . '
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Jan. 20 1858. "J ; :-
" Panooast, Headley A Co., ; Plaintiffs. "
-.-j tt - i against ' '- ' -.
-.i-King Haines, Defendant.
DEFORE Michael Boughner, J. P., of Adams
township, Monroe oounty, Ohio, on the 18th
day of January, "1858;' said Justice issued an
order of attachment In the above case, for the
sum of ten dollars and ninety-three and three
fourth cents, against said defendant King
names, wno is a non-resident of said county.
The Plaintiff will testify on the trial of this
case.' PANCOAST. HEADLEY & CO.
Jan. 27, 1858. ': ; ' ';', 'P'. v
A TTA CEMENT NOTICE.
Peter Dorr, Plaintiff, r V Before Wm. Ho-
' : " anainst ' " i-baueh. J.P. ofMal
Wm. Johnney, Defendant. agatewnship,Men
roe County. Ohio. , On the 17th day ef De
cember, 1857, said Justice issued an order of
attachment in the above action for the sum ef
8 even dollars and eighty-one cents, which wil,
do Tor hearing on the Uth day of Februarj
1008. . PETER DORR.
Jan.' 6, 1S58." '," " ,
JOHN OBPvB CHT
LOCK AND KNIFE SMITH,
'A r. .WOODSFIBLD,. OMIO.
HI wakes and repairs erery kind ef deer,
trunk, gun and pistol locks; ae herirea,
scissors, coffee mills and steelyards; and is also
able to grind and polish raaers, kmree, and
erery kind of small .instruments isi thai Una.
3 His shop is at. the south end of Weeds-
leld,; near , Main , Street. He . will . prenigf
prompt and very cheap work. ., , . m i
WeedsfteM. O, April 29, 1967. i t
"NT TICB is hereby given that the subscribers
1M - have been appointed and qualified as ad
ministrators eu the estate of John F. Bidenharn
late ef Monroe county, Ohio, deceased. All
those knowing themselves indebted to said
estate, are requested to come forward and settle
Immediately; and those holding claims against
aid estate, will presen them legally authenti
cated for settlement.
- ' RICHARD C MILES,
' i 1 - JOHN B OBLINGER,
Dee. 9, 1857. . , Adia'rs.
rpHE subscriber is still carrying on the buai-
A- -aaas of mannfaeturinr '
f MARBLE MANTELS, TABLE
i TOPS, Ac, &c, '
Either of Italian or American Marble;
whioh he u ill send te any place in Monroe
oounty, if requested. He will do. his work at
as LOW PRICES as can be done in any place
west ef the meuntaius.' ' '
..i -vjp;. CAWLFIELD,;
MersWtevsl T May 27 l-e
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
' 1 J. . :' . r ' AND .V . i .. -
Phoenix ! Bitters;
WHS. BEST FAMILY MEDICINJK NQW BEFORE
-L tha nnhllft. for the iruirn of 8rAfkiln. VT1.
cera, Scurs y, or Eruptions of the Skin
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropay,
and in fact most all diseases soon yield to their
curative properties. ! . ;, i- -j
It has been- computed that during the last
twenty-five years - upwards of Four M 1 1
llona of persons have been benefited by the
use of these medicines; a fact whioh speaks
volumes in favor of their curative properties
a single trial will place' then beyond the reach
ef competition fn the estimate of every patient.
By their use the BLOOD IS RESTORED TO A
HEALTHY' gTATE and reed from ail impvr
' The System is not reduced during their
operation, but .invigorated, ", and they require
no restraint from business or pleasure. ; :! r .
Tht fflictedkmve inVut medicine$ a remedy
thl will do fa Uum U thmt vudi can f
ihU effect,' '.' '. ,r'elt.,
: ttvjs PREPARED BY " V ,
. ! :fTr. "B. JIOFTAT. M D.,:, ; i".
,,! 'K:fCi! Proprietor, Wow, YerV
?" an for sale by .r;,-': ;;
"Jno.1 M. ;XiaKBBTpsV Wopdseld, Ohio.,!
V Oliringtbn Lodge, No. 263.
Of F, A A. Masobs, meets, the , Monday v on er
preceding the full moon in each mouthy
WM. F. BOOTH, W. M.
Joua Mbssbblt, S. W.
Jajibs Waltob, J.' W.
J. D. O'Cobxob, Secty.
J. R. , Smith, . Treas,
SAHi.' SA.li roan, Tyler.
:.-u ,i .-3.
SaxL. PoLtOb; j. d.
Mo iiroe . 'jfl u tu ai
FIRE i INSURANCE COMPANY.
; ; WOODSFIELDOmO. , ; ;
This company, being organized under a favor
able charter obtained from the Legislature, is
now in a prosperous condition, and ready te
Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables,
Store Houses, Shops, Ac, Ac, against loss by
fire. ;, ,t. . ti :i :: v l -,- .,
. -.c..lv...,,-; DIRECTORS. ; c
NATHAN HOLLISTER, ISAAC SMITH, ?
JNO. M. KIRKBBlDEr CJ BIEHL, ' : r i. -
LEWIS SHIPLEY,' ' ' J.. W. AKMSTR0N6,
1. 0BLIK8ER, ' JOHN KERR, ; 1 ' v
W. A. TALBOT. . WILLIAM STEEL.
THIS. BENNIMGHAU8, F. KOEHUEB.
J.' A, DAYKNPORT. , ; ,
s . . ; i . JOHN A. DAVENPORT, Prest.
Hllistbb, Treas. , ; - ; ; 'ij-.,iis ,..,
J. B. JKOLL, Secretary and General Agent.
May 13, 1857.: .
THE undersigned is prepared to locate Land
Warrants in Iowa. . The best selections will
be made In the southern part' of the State, he
having secured an efficient Agent to make selee
tiohs and locate the WaTrants.''The subscri
ber flatters himself that he can render entire
satisfaction. . Charges reasonable. :
May 13, 1867. JOHN B. NOLL, Agent.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS,
, . : - At Sunfish, Ohio.
ATTIlililAIrl F. BOOTH is offering for
W - sale a larcre and eieeant assortment of
fuf niture, snch as
All ef which will be sold very low either whole
sale or retail. The furniture is made in a sub
stantial manner, and the most modern -and
approved styles. ' ' ' - - : ;
3?" Call in and select for yourselves while
the assortment, is yet full. - ' :
Sunilsh, O., Sept. 16, 1857 3m,' : '
THE M0ATEY. PANIC:,; 5
TN the crisis produced by the strange and
J calamitous state of the monetary affairs of
the country, and the consequent scarcity of
CASH, we have resolved to receive in payment
of debts owing-.to m, er fer goods purchased
of us, -. '' ...-.!-.
All and any Kinds of Produce
at such prices as will justify the care and ship
ment to market, ' . . - i -
We are prepared with LARGE AND WILL
CHOSEN STOCKS OF ' i : .. . - T .
DRY GOODS UND GROCERIES,
which we will sell ai prices whioh shall be per
fectly satisfactory to merchants buying. . u ,
TALLANT & DELAPLAIN, .
' No. 59 and 61, Main -Street, " '
!" Wheeling, Tirginia '
Oct: 14, 1I57-m." V
William Myers, jr si Estate.
On thellth day of January, 1858, the sub
scriber was appointed by the Probate Court
of Monroe County, Ohio, and qualified as Ad
ministrator of the estate of William Myers jr.,
late of saw county, deceased.
Jan. 20, 1858. -t.. l WILLIAM MYERS.
NEW; MARBLE WORKS !
THE undersigned are making arrangements
to carry on the business of manufacturing
GRA VE STONES, TOMB STONES,
- . 'MONUMENTS, : tf c , $c.
EITHER OF AMERICAN OR ITALIAN MARBLE,
when desired.' They hope, by strict attention
to business and moderate prices,' to render sat
isfaction te those who may purchase work ef
them. - They will also be prepared to furnish
work in Free Stone to all wishing it.' '
, .; riis.-j :-, . ALEX. POPE,
' ; ' 1 '' ' -DANIEL NEUHART.
AT WHEELING PRICES !
mHE undersigned have just opened a BOOK
L : STORE in Woodafield, in the room former
ly occupied by the Journal where they
have a well selected variety of y
; ' SCHOOL BOOKS :
McGuffey's Spellers, '. -;
' -...Ray's Arithmetics, -;
Pinnco's Grammars, .
i ' - : 1 Willards Histories, &e., Ac.
5 STATIONERY ,
Including all styles and varieties ef paper from
the most common cap to the most highly fin
ished English note paper : ": - 'O f-'-' -
BLANK BOOKS,' ; . ";; " ; -
ink stands; ;
- j .l.PEN, HOLDERS, , V
,-U!t-'v.v;ia;.! PENCILS, a-
? ;. a'.: - 'TENS,':
and numberless other .eteeteras, to tedious to
mention.' ''.'.'' ,' :." ' . '.. .. ., :
an extensive variety of patterns and 'prics
Any book' any pattern of wall-paper or any
thing else Iu our line that we may not have ou
hand, we man prooare on short notice if au or
der ia left. ; s ! ' -vV" ,1 '; v,;-; ,
" ; liTlieelirig; Retail; Prices
is all we will ask knowingly for " any article
Comprising all the books Adopted by the
Teachers' Association, together ' with ', many
others: - vV -
f .macaulaY'S, ' '' ;" --
. I h. t; i HUME'S-:
and other histories, " Also a variety ef biogra
phies and auto-biographies: '
; - MISCELLANEOUS WORKS 7
From splendid morocco-bound gilt-edged illus
trated' quarto Bibles," down to the most useless
twenty-five cent novel: ' ,.; , , '
GIET BOOKS and : n.ijss .
I r.;vs n!v o -TOY1 BOOKS; ;
in th greatest variety.-'1 But eall'and See them1;
theyaan't be enumerated. -''" .-l.V;-T'
' WILLJ AMS A iltCUDOLD.
!Auf. 6,1857.2 tf.,,vi 1
-: 7 :Mary Jones' Estate.
On the llth day of January ,1851,' the sub
scriber was appointed byhe PraUate Court of
Monroe County, Ohio, and qualified as Adaim
istrator of the estate of Mary Jones, late of
said oeuuty, deceased,- V f , .
THI undersigned' having bughft the entire
steckof- - " - - v ' - - , ! -'
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS,
formerly kept by Wm., H. Mallory.and having
laid, in 'an additional supply, is prepared to
sell the same en more favorable terms than
they have ever been offered in Sunfish, having
adopted J the READT-PAY SYSTEM. My li
quors are -all inspected, .'and are ef the best
quality. ' ;"' ,.V' ' n 'tJr , ,s , .'..k
No. .1 WHISKY bv the bel. 10 c. uer sraL
' "do", ' '" ''caljon S5c ; ;". t.
RYE A BOURBON by the bWl 35 to 90c
gallon 40 te 100
barrel Sa to l.ao
barrel Si lo'l,75
gallon 45 to 3,00
and other goods in proportion.'. ,. .
Store oe :he corner of Afain and Water
Street, Sunfish; Ohio. ' w : ';
" :-" P WM,; LIPPINCOTT.'
Dee. 16, 1817. 3m.: - '' Sr-
OPPOSITION AGAINST IMPOSI-
rflHE undersigned, having been, by one of the
1 largest establishments in the State, appoint
ed agent tor the sale ef the"
BEST BRANDS OF L1QUOES,
takes this method of informing these Wanting
the article, that he has a large supply of '''
PEACH BRANDY, i -
: . SWEET-WINE.-
.r- ;,.,:r:i j GIN,
RYE AND COMMON WHISKY.
whieh he will sell as cheap if net a little
cheaper than any - ether house in the county;
and he .. . .; '-' li.,-.--,V-v
Warrants all Articles Sold, - -
to be free from water and adulteration..
y- ' JOHN MALLORT, Agent
Sunfish, O., Dec. 23, 1857 3m.
Times - for holding Courts in the
; ; EigWIiJJttflleid
WHEREAS, on the 18th day of Septem
ber, A. D, 1856, the Judges of the Court
ef Common Pleas of the 8th Judicial District
of the State of Ohio, by their order of that
date, indue form of law, fixed permanently
the times for holding the Courts of Common
Pleas and District Court in each and all the
Counties in tho said District, and . ., ..-
Wherbas, tho subscribers, the Jndges of said
District, are of opinion ' that 'the following
changes and alterations in the times of hold
ing said Court of Common Pleas, and District
Court are required by the public interest and
convenience, it is therefore by the subscribers,
the Judaea-of said 'District. Id pursuance ef
the power vested in us by law, hereby ordered
that the tunes of holding the Courts of Com
mon Pleas and. District Court within, the said
District in the several counties tbereof be per
manently fixed as follows: ; .t".--
The Terms of the Court of Common Pleas,
shall kereafteV commence and be holdeti, an
nually, in the ' '' I? '1 1 Ji' V" lil'.'i t
; FIRST SUB-DIVISION. . -In
the County of Muskingum, on the 2d day
ef February, the lSth'dby of June and the 2nd
day ef November; -' . V
In the "County of Morgan, on the Znd day
ef March,' the 25 th day of Afay and the 24th
day of August; s r
In the County of Noble, on the ltth day of
March, the 8th day of 'June and the 7 th day ef
September, and in the ,- -
. : ' SECOND SUB-DIVISION ' '
In the County of Guernsey, en the 26th day
of January, the 22d day of June and the 2nd
day or iMevemben ; r ' - .
, ; In the County ef Monroe, en the 16th day
of February, the 6th day of July and: the 16th
day of. Nevembor; ' -' . . " ' , r ''
In the -County ef Belmont on the 2nd day
of itfarch, the 25th day of May and the 24th
day of August, and in the "
? THIRD SUB-DIVISION :
: In the County ef Jefferson, " on the 2nd day
ef February the 25th' day of May, and the
24th day of August; . -:
In the County ef Harrison, en the 2nd day
ef Afarch, the 6th day ef July and the 16th
day of November;"-' '. 7" ' '
-Jn the County . of Tu3".arawas, on the 16th
day of March.' the 22nd day of June and the
2nd dar f Nevember.N- - - "'' . . .
And the Tonus of the District Court shall
commence and beheld, annually, hereafter, in
the several Counties, in said Judicial District,
as follows : . , ' , , . . -
In the County of Jefferson, en the 30th day,
ef Afarch; .- 7-
In the County of Belmenton ' the 16th day
of April; '- .,...7.' ' - ' .,Z-A - ')'
In the County of Guernsey, bathe 30th day
of April; tV , . " '7 .
In the County of Noble, on the 10th day of
way; - : . .
In the County of Monroe, eu the 14th day
of Afay; 7"; '- :
. In the County of Morgan, en the 21st day of
September; V:":,'"T ' '' JZ."'
In the County of Muskiagum,, on the 24th
day of September;' "77 '7'77V'l :
: In the County of Tuscarawas, on the 19th
day of October; '' ' ' ; 7;
1 ' in the County of Harrison, on tlie 36th day
of October. -
It is aleo ordered Ihat'If any of the days
hereby fixed for holding the aforesaid terms of
Courts shall fall on Sunday,' such Court shall
commence and be held on the next suceceedmg
day.-- . :: v '7" " ' " ' '" r..;'
Done at Zanesvilie, Ohio, this 16th ay of
September, A. D. 1857.; ".X'Z" T' 7"
L. P.' Mabsk," j Judges or the. Court of
' 1 Jxo.- WV Okst, ; i'Com. Pleas of tho 8th
S. W. BosTWiCK, ) 7adieial District t f Ohiol
I certify that thoforegeing is a full and true
eepy of the original now on file in this offloe.
C fi v JAMES MITCHELL, CTerk of
f - - v 7 Ct," of C. P. of Monroe County. '
By Daxikl WALTe, his Deputy.'
Dee; 9, 1857: 4w7 7' ;7 7"" '
' " . . , NOTICE. .
TO the legatees of Robert Carpenter, deoeated,
you are hereby 'notified that in pursuance
of the provisions of the will of Robert Carpen
ter, Joseph Carpenter elected to take the farm
therein devised to said Joseph Carpenter; and
that the subscriber has purchased 'said farm
from the heirs of Joseph Carpenter, deceased.
Thkt the widow of Said Robert Carpenter died
en the 21t day of November, 157. ' 4; 7
That the subscriber will be prepared te car
ry out the provisiens of said will by paying
said legatees as provided bv said will ef Robert
Carpenter. - JACOB VEQN
jcDea. 3,'IMT. W'-'--;----1 'X-Z
1 '-i. T
f a " ADMINISTRATOR "50T4CB. ,
NOTICE is, hereby . gtyea. that : William P,
Kuowlton Was this day appointed by the
Probate Court of Af 6n&a County, Ohio, admin
ittratorof Lydia tnowlton, deceased, . - , ,-
lea. o, mr. wm., - r.mmmut
;i CHRISTOPHER SANDER'S BIT ATE.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
J.M have been appointed and qualified by the
Probate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, as ad
ministrators ef the. estate ef Christopher San
der, late of said county, deceased, s . -.;r ,0 ?
1 ;.',:- -i'.'i. :.;I8RAIL UtNT2.--s7t.v7
77 ' " . JACOB WAGrlKR
P 1PTiCt. t -. ; . -' . t, ;
25-W ITN'ESSE& r' '
7 'i-v '-i OR,!'THI v5y'w4'-'?.--"-r'tt
JOHN f' Si T Ylt . f S : WttWl A TTTTTrt 1 ;
Who has ' had ' lh 'jin'miMritniM'k'
Banker and Publisher, and Author of ; ' ' "
A teritt of Lectures mi thg Urttidi X
Taiernacl ' .; r ; ; u l .
r when, for 10 successive hihts, ev. " ;Q
-' sfaT 50,000 . PEOPLE X . -. , '
Greeted him with Rounds ef Applause
while he exhibited the manner in Which"1
Counterfeitera execuU thir Fnua,r' J''t
i rs ahdtheSurestadShortestMeejius ettb
' i; .""Nvr ' f-.them 1; t&o -
flu Bank Not? Engraver mS tag ua, . .j j
: ht 1 thi greatest Jitdgt of Iafmt Skd
' V i f: Money UvngL. V.:- -Mr -B
GREATEST.DlSCOVERY ef Tha Pment -Centnrjr.
for J DetecUhg' Coosderfeit W.
Bank Notes. ' l J")? -is-uaxstll o gfjis -.
Describing Erery Genuine Bill in BxHasus? C3'
; . and r Exhibiting at a gno;evrjhTr:Cfo': '
i Counterfeit, iu . Circuiatioav!.., . .7-1
Arranged so admirably, that Rbfbbbbcb ts "3 'I
t East and Dbtbcviob -lBBABVARaovarS'1
.(tfllo index to examine 1 1 No' pages ie s
hunt upl But so simplified and arranged, Q?J
that the Merchant, Banker and Buaiaeaaj
Man cansee Hmt mglmtue.'L' V'-5 -, " ' . r. .
: -r- U . .: "I; ' . VioiU ggggCtC .'
i EglU, French mni Gtrmmn. '.I d
Thus each may read ihe tame ia ids m
,-. t, Native Tongue.n i ..-t n
MOST PBRFBCT BABK KOTB LIST f SBL1UUS, hH T
' 7 Also a List of . 77 7 v
All the Private Bankera In America.
-A Complete Summaiy of the Kmabcuot
Epbopb and America will be published lasW
each' edition, together '.with all the Import- S
ant NEWS OF THE DAY. Also -TT, " S
A SERIES OF INTERESTING STORIES ? S
From an Old Manuscript found in the Eas'1
It furnishes the Most Complete History of tl '
77 ORIENTAI, IJFE,7 Mil
Describing the Most Perplexing Positions . 4
in which the Ladies and Gentlemen of (hat. .
Country have been so often found.' ; ' Thesei'M
Stories will continue throughout Um wImIo--77 3
year, and will prove the Most Entertaining: (a? ;
ever ouerea 10 me ruoiic. - f. ' T ,,t
Furnished Weekly t. Subscribers?'
only, at $1 a year. All letters mast be ft 7a
addressed to ; - 7 ' .vHi!ii-'
; JOHlf 8. DTBV Broker. '.
Publisher and Prep.rieter ,'-"' r.i -'
April 22.1 857. 70 Wall Street, IT. T.f r,
I i n't i,i . - f; hi j ' iJt
Iiifft -1 Tns-nmnpft nnmrflTtviw
a tr-fcft .1 tt - - a yv -.- J '
CHARTS R: PER PI T UAL
WITH large surplus, Securely inveetod ai
under the sanction and approval of the 'it :
Comptroller of Public Accounts, of the Stat ;
of Connecticut.;.; v'-'"7.-:.;-'7rf. 7"-7f.v
Thia company has also complied with tia '
very cautious and utriugent laws of this Stated i
ia relation to foreign Insuranoe Companies -j'
It was incorporated by' the Legulatnre of
the State of Connecticut, in May, 1850, with a
PERPETUAL CHARTER, and commenced busi
uess on a capital , of two hundred tbotasattd
dollars; the whole of which has been invested.' v
m mvuiuiwi vi uigunt suvaoiw. - .
Those who contemplate making life insur-
nncea, should, first of all, satisfy themselveei.fi
of the character and stability of the Company
they may select. , The interest of the assured 9
iu the stability and permanent prosperity of a,"
Company, in the security and certainty that it' 'j;
will fulfill its engagements, is of inoompara
blv greater importance than the frvt'ir
that may be made by paying inadequate pre- j
miums. --'"7 ; ',':' ' i-' '.,'. i V-7.7 7' -.
' The principle" of Life Insurance is based en ' ,
sounds mathematical calculations, and admit
of no variation. 7? 1"Mib security, being the, ;.'.
primary object te be bUinel, this Company.;, j
will do' business on the, lowest rates of pre-r f
miums that .can be adopted, and afierd requis-''
ite security te the insured, and perpetuity tO-'f
the .inatitutidn.f-i-v ; . - --,7 -7;7r- yi : -ut-t'm
WM. T. RICHARDSON, Ateut; j
Weedsfleld, Ohio, ..
north ef Treasurer'a"'-
3T Ofltee ' one deer
Offloe, Main Street. ' -'-.
' Feb. 25, 1857.-.. 'r.: c
WHEELING, VA ,-, iVrf
j'M i s cell aaeoui, :.n
THIS new and splendid Hotel has been. leased
for a term of years by the above proprie
tor, an this day opened for the reception, of
the Traveling Public, under the General Super- y
intendance of J.iA. SCOTT, Esq., late Propria
tor of the; "Stacy, Housed' ZauesTille, Osauat'rrt
from its colirenient location, enjoys the great-, t,V
est advantages over all other Publio Houses in, t
the Citv. Ifis"' -' - 7 '7 ' '
SITUATED ON WATER" STREET?5
at the Steamboat landing, and near the B. 'It Of.
and Hempfiefd R. B Depots rt'TtaS f.5;-gailfi3f
: Its whole appointments, in, respect to sia;i
and comfort of its rooms the atyle and. el-. -gance
6f its Furniture, and ia reference ' tci tha
quality of its Tables, the proprietor feels aaw'i11
sured.will cou.pare favorably. With the"heul
regulated Hotels in the country, e AtUohdbj 1
V TWL 9 .'".' 1
im iiouse is a ; .. - - . j ..j.
v- a n nr V w n ' a a w' a A vv "
m a a. a ae vr e A lt u w.AJ .. .r
With Large and Airy Rooms, well furnished.
and provided with all the appliances ef COT;!al
COLD and SHOWER BATB&i:: u fvl yhh&-MT
Omaibuses at all times ia readiueea dei &.A
take Passengers te sl from, Mm Cars, and -
Boats. i' ' v-; - J!?.. wl
CTThe Offie of the Baltimore tAiOhia'l,i:r
and Central Ohio Railreads ure next door i
tais noase... ..1c7m '"'a i?fi-;-ni.
KV Atisi 8 S .1)9 '7
Aud surrounding eeunfry, iUt theV kavo juet , '
received a very largo and well eoleeUd atoClt TM
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n farl .f7i
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A larga " and aateasiva' aiset-..it af
deseriptiea of i;A,cs i.ii?.1H,r4:Kx--Ma:A
IFURNITURB AND GaOSX-'J'
. ? .--'-,!--'ta ,1tfvt. -
1 GT CaU and examine v steak; hafara r--.
akladsof CevBTuv Paoc . .,,o", .,,
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