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n m. or ad. Vent Tie life rtwu in ri, Ji-tnoath thl with brirri overgrown, How many casks far unworthier, lie- ' ' 'Neath some wrostAO stokk, ; i. ' ' ''? ITo colpmss poins OUT lows' ' W v ' No sculptured can hi hixtory declare; Although he lies a follower of the cross, . - And' a- member of the bah- The golden r.ciK lie prised, . f ; . AndVftas rtroKKx of hislove:' : : And all his han 4s, wmmkdw and bevised. Are KtoniKKBD above. ; iijionii yai :?;;' ;: - - The rorr of his wrongs The moors of all hU ri-ety are there, , And? tin) fHir Tin,B wlW te trrrtfi belongs, Will rBOVB his title fair. ' Thrmph now In death's em " " """" -'" A mouldering heap oar lackless brother Kea,r;--T '.:-- : : v '' - Ile'U re-appear on Gabriel's kotal ch as, And PRisk it io the skies. ; : . ' .iii-U TIIC BioirSTACIIK, h barber, spare tuatiyoung moustache!, Ttugh not a kiugle hair, :- You osiori bruh and other track : Mint jiTit venture, theru; At laet.thu bed ha bawled out, ntnclr careming tatght, I i lu fpUVyioung UtudciU bow the sprout,. TJittnbaxber, touuh it not. . M -rt"'.: '.- v ' ' j Though wU laid oat and wide the iiield, Whence this young moustache shoots, The aitikly toil na more cau yield OU, then, guard well these roots; Vcr'sheald thy murderous blade sweep o'er Jhat curved lip's shadowy mist, The tender plants would bloom no more; TUeu, barber, oh, desist! of the fair .young girl, whose li -Was not so oft to press That budding iaouth.icearceta-t0 sip Oh, think other tits-tree!' Tls nuuedged. luauliood's pride and yv.' With sigheAnd.tear'twAs;boughtr , , . Let no fade1 stroke its' life destroy .' Ohbaxber, Jouh it. not! MUI) NJih '-. Sacccss oT the Steam riougli. Tho Stllle ilonnl'or AgricnUure'of Illinois 'otfered a premium of $3,000 for steam ploughs, It was expected that three different inventions would bs. texkibited 'and (rsted' at the State' Fair, hut only one was on the ground. ; That -was Fawhes locomotive steam plough. lAu aster, Pa, ifhicji excited great interest among . .the prairie ifarniers, and perfortned well. The machine nd aparatns, with fuel and water, -weights onl aboat seven tons, and by the se of adrtun-or barrel-shaped driver, for pro pelling th4 leeemotive, the -difficulty of miring in soft 'soil, 'and slipping on hardr euioth (round, U ! Vtui;ome. The! Steam ' pi oiigh -n easily manad, and is described as a cross be tween a-rOoArotive and a tender, combining the essenjilj foments of both, mounted on two guiding wheels and a huge roller. The gine turietajfurrpWfitl'! bbf vide in" thb jnost workmanlike manner. The excitement of the crowd was beyond ooutrol, and. their shouts and wild huzzas prairie. wk.n.)l T echoed far , over the How Bogus Cois is Made the art of mak ing bogus coin has already reached perfection, and. some 0 the specimen of American halves and quarter exhibited of late are so good an imitation ofThe genuine that it requires more than a casual glance to detect the fraud. One I w weuiuisuujTimDngiiiess lniorms us tnav te na4eHai;Tonl yrhieh'the coins maHuTac frfrerf, anf, which form's so perfect an imitation f the gefnuine as to require a practical eye to detect thelTaudV is composed of pure grain tin and nickel the tatteriugredient serving IpJb&Af 'Agive the ringing :'soun(U The moulds are shaped like bullet moulds, ' with two parts that, apeA and, shut, together like heanJ 4 At cae extremity a-taould is made, com poged of plaster of Paris in a plastic otate, tsUSdient breadth to admit, the, insertion of several genuine coin, which are placed between tho two sides .and shut together. After the jMiUi hi $aVis 'haV eufflcreutly hardened, tlie mould is opened, leaving both sides of the coin distinctly impressed ori the. two arms of UU "mould.1 Jje''m'elted"com position is then rtVU throoghf aQ orifice, kud, after cooling, is' taken out and galvanised, the cost of grain tin,. fmirtt the ingredients Is fifty cents per pound, and the cost of bogus, coin, about fifteen cents o the dollah Lkiladdvhia X CU.3- .ii'.t -;: - CTOur friend; Jonesr the indefatigable; has been, doing hfomag to a -pair of bright eyes, fVaing tendei; things by moonlight lately. , A few evvniogs ince, Jones resolved "to BoreW Tula courage to the sticking point," and "make his destiojr secure."- Accordingly he fell on his peea before the fair "dulcinea," and made hb) f aesioB Jptown, : , Much to his surpriso, she wfuse ktm out flat; Jumping to his teet, he informed her in no choice terms,' that, "there wsso as good fish in sea as ever were caught." Judge of the exajperatlen of our worthy swain, when: ahe coolly replied; 'Tee, they don't bit esloerfsi !! Jones has learned a lesson. ' ' ' X LA!w'XBiDt5fTsoFi The 'citizens of Mil Wakie"are the most law abiding people in the world,' ''Ve ajked one of thom why so many pete pie wit-re. drowned fnheir river, and he re- pff4ih4t it was oii account of an ordinance of thi oityr which forbids swimming in the eity limits. When oh of them slipped in, he re. oafted- the. ordinancp, and rather than violate it weiif "cheerfully to the .bottom without, a XjQ'twaz'oii country paper thus hu serously, bidsslwewel. to his readers. "The fc'hfryf, s waiting for u. in the next room, So w'have n opFortunity to be pathetic : Afa- jeNa.b'ni, says, we are wanted and must go. Delinqaerlu Wribers, , voq have: much to ansveferr, Heavn, ,ay; forgive jou bat 1 . .mu teuton ' 1- it LidydecUre4 tkareVa wvei eonld see .''' Hw,lnTe,conldU snioke t'wby it kills .!mewy:eeWsheJ c-' i --f ."''J toVrtJH'1W'Vflir' mBy father vtim itrejirr dajrwi-amt Ue etgnty, you Babiihe.ueve-r-had used the vile weed ' Hekuigk,vhare bfu:ninety he might,: ir I frenUee wishes. Ihatlhe individual who iv r ,.tho Mtttw.-ont-macblnerr.iioe.tba Miacara and" Agamemnon, wonJd get np a little Miyhlne.ffiltpo.osed iu the case of WWVl philanthropist .like an old horsef Jjqaphjf, always etops -at the sound ' jQaiyou' say" "boots without spurs" three Tunes lii swecessipp?"; Yes, t kin boots, beets, bootsv'iL -S-L '' l- exie'oeTervbwly ia supposed to he , . atTetf-Preshlent $ha . wears., clean shirt, and .i Xejhi washed i i ; ITVVU ebdMrl bite we ; ever had when we r : 'i . i i ri. 142. JLJ. uted. Nicknames of states and Cities. Virginia, the "Ancient Domhiion.'-. . JasaaVhusetts the "Bay fftate." v . i ' New York, the "Eonjire State."!' : .. New Hampshire-, the "Granite State." V Vermont, the "Green Mountain State,' v I lVnnsylvania, the- "Key Stone State." - : South Carolina, the "Palmetto State." Ohio, the "Buckeye-State." " ' ' Mltehiganr, tner "Wolverine State." . trv?--" v Indiana, the "Hoosier Stjato." rx- -r. 4 Illinois, the "Sucker State." ' . V li:'i"; Iowa, the "Hawkeye State-" ' . So, olso we have . ,;. f New York city, the "Metropolis of America," the "Commercial Emporium," and "Gotham." Boston, the "Modem Athens,'? and the "Lit erary Emporium." ' " Philadelphia, the "City of Brotherly Love," and the "CUy of Penn," and the'"Quaker City." - Baltimore, th-"JiHiumeutal City." " Cincinnati, the "Queen City," "Queen of the West,".ai.d "Porkopolis,", ... ... New Orleans, the '-Crescent City," Washington, the "City of ilaguificcut Distances."- : - -' j Chicago, the "Garden City." Detroit, the "City of the Straits-" ! Cleveland, the "Forest City-" j ' ' New Haven, the "City of Elms."."i " ... ' s ',' "Wheeliugj the "Bridga City.".,, ;. . ; ! Indianapolis,' the "3Uiloal City." ' j t. Pittsburgh, the "Iron City." ..' '-' " 6 St. Louis, the ."Mound City." ', Chilliuothie, the "Ancient Afetropolia. Spakin' Out in Mcctiii ?,.- i.-.r rT-r- - : :-'ii- -! i-Who is ,imI carried back o jrooil old times as he teddi this sketch of Connec ticut g-oin" td rucetiii" Gfty years ogb? i Iu tho , early part ofr the ministry 0f lie v. John Cr: kf who preached taiany years in one of the pleasant towns' & lUe western part T of Connecticut,, it was the custom of many of the good ladies from the distant parts of his parish to bring with them food, which they ate at noon; or, as they used to say, 'between the ir.tcr-mission.'- Sonic' brcught a hard-boiled egg, some a nut-cake, some a sausage; bat one good woman, who had tried them all, and-fouud; them I too -dry, brought some pudding and. iuilkv , In order, to bring it ut a dish' fiom- which' it would not spill over on the road and yet be convenient to eat from, she , took, a pitcher , with a narrow1 neck at tlic top, but spreading at Ithc- bottom. "ArrivofK-at tho 'meetjBg- hou8Cshtf placed it under the seat. The exercises of the. day soon commeoced, and the old lady became, 'wholly rapt in her devotional feelings. Though no philoso pher, she knew by ; practice-"as many churchgoers seem' to. have learned that she' could! receive j and' Huwnrdly digeist' the sermon by shutting her eyes, opening her mouth, aud allowing all hir) senses to go to sleep." Wlille thus .prepared, and tost 'tolalFttertjaI rrhpressioiis, she 'was suddeblj startled by a rustling and plash in under tho. seat. . She had uo time to consider tae nse' Wfore'feh' dlsiovcrexi ther .dog," PuVibfkpkiag oat nwith ithe neck of the pitcher over his head, and the pud ding and milk drizzling out. Poor Put had been fixing this thoughts , on' materia objects alone; -and, taking advantage of the quietness of the' occasion, had crept nndcr the'fieat'of his "mistress, 'where he was n helping : himself to a dinner. His heaft had glided easily, .through the nar row portion of the pttcher;; but, ' when quite"in7it was aS securely' fixed aS'aiTeel iti a potJ Unable tQ extricate himself, he had nofaUerhaiivebut io be" smothered or bacloatM..Xhe old Jady, bore the catas trophe ia no wise" quietly. A sthousand terribie 'thoughts rushed intd her- mind; the ludicrous appearance of the dog aiid pitcher, the place, the occasion, the spatv tering of her. gartnepts; .the! rascally iusnlt of the puppy but, above all, the loss of her vSftbbetf-day7 dinneri. At' the; top 'of her voice she cried; ' ":" ' : ' j ;';Gct but,; Pat! get pail Oli.'JehuTTbj speaking right., out in meetin'l Oh! I'm talkia4iU the timel' -.! . . , - ! The scene that followed is not to be described. ' The frightened old lady1 seized her doer and nitcher.. and rushed out of meeting; the astonished- preacher paused io the midst' of his discourse, while the whole congregation; were' startled out' of their propriety by tBe explosion; and it was some time before 'order1 and the ser-i mon were again, resumed :;; ; .,.'.1,!, ;.-.r H Tub Way to Kill Rats. -A writer in the Rochester Union proposes a new method for killing rats: : ; ; His own house being overrun with the vermin, the servant girl, who had seen the effect of "old Bourbon whisky ,? on bipeds, thought she would try an experiment on the rats Accordingly she took a small quantity, made it very sweet, with sugar, crumbled in bread enough for the crowd, and set the dish in the cellar. A few hours after she went down and fonnd sev eral rats gloriously ''fuddled," engaged in throwing beanpods and hauling one an other tip ' to' drink. These '.were . easily disposed of, and those not killed .left the premises immediately after,' suffering with the headache..- The writer adds that the medicine is quite agreeable to take! Overland Telegraphic Communication ,- "': .With California. The indications are that we shejl soon have A line of telegraph from the Eastern cities to California, by the overland route. Two Hues' ar'e'1iovou the -course'- oT ."cbni striicUpn.'.Ou, the third of thiamonth. a line of .telegraph from ? Placer ville to Salt Lake was inaugurated. : The first pole was erected in the former town, and since then the work has been prosecuted .with vigor,; The wires will .be laid one hund red miles beyond Genoa, -(which-is" about one hundred and ,- fifty miles from -Placer-ville,) this fall. . From Placerville. they will be stretched on posts for four miles; thence to Genoa, passing through a tiin befe'd,', country,' it is .strung along the trees. ..J ;.'. y. -- ": !,. ' ' This part of the. work is how progress ing at the rate of four milts a day. It is 4 about ' complete now ' Beyond this through the waste, opea country, a farrow will .be plowed, and the wires buried be neath the sod. a This enterprise is carried on by Tirirate canital entirely: When i.i the couitiiunicalfoll with' Salt LakVis fair- jyabHshed, J5will of .coarse Jbe. bat . a shoit timo before a line will be pushed to ward the frontier of Missouri, and we will be thus in Magnetic communicntibn with the world. f . DR. ROBICK'S Blood Purifier ;'. and Blood Pills. - . - THE GREAT - -5 ... . Scandinavian 1 Vegetable Remedies. ,To Taosi: TV no Think, and Reason. , The intelligent in this country, arc always ready to- tes the merits f a prominent dis covery or invention, ami if satisfied of its ex cellence, to adopt,- approve and recommend it. It is to this thinking, reasoning clas.s, who al ways look before they leap, ami whose honest Rin I rational judgment gives tone, to public opinion, that DR. ItOBACK'S BLOOD .PURI FIER -VXD PILLS owe their immense success. Vhe this .. t , .,. ; . '-. ;..Great Ambassador of Health : First announced, that lii:Scanliiiavian Keine- -lies-werel infallible iu Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint, Nervo.ns. Diseases,.'. Sexual Wpakuess, Scrofula, Premature Old Asty Fever nndAzr.e, Rlu-umntim, Neuralgia, Fits,. Hemorrhoids or Piles, Weak stomach, Colic, Diarrhea, etc., he stated the mannvr in :which7thv operated. rheir actual effects were: compared by saga cious nit'ii, with tho distinguished Physician's statements, and it .was found that every stage. or the progress or cure, was precisely as lie hart Inscribed it. J he result was that the mini of the country became iuterestfil, and that per sons of the highest standing in every city and town in the Union, patronized the preparations,' and admitted the claims e-f the1 illustrious Swede to be'the'f 'irf Mclfical Ditcoterer of the agt,t i iff -. t-;,J' ( ?. i - THE BDOOD PURIFIER AND PILLS . are now universally recommended by well in formed and candid persons, as an immediate curefor ;: ; ' - , i f L - , INDIftESTION, i: Costivene-w,' diseases !of the Kidneys, Cramps in the Stomach, Wind,' CotW, Pa4n between the Shoulders, Nausea, Headache, P;:;ii XIVER COQIPLAirVT, i Jaundice, Pain in the Right Sidn, Loss of Appe tite; Sleeplessness, Nightmare, ; uKZSKUAll DlulLlTY, Xervous Tremors. Fainting Fits, Epilepsy, Men- ptai Irritation -Det-'jondeiivy, , Wasting of tho flesli , . . . .- , ! '." ii iu;.l SCROFCLA'.i 5J Sore Leg, Ulcers on. the Body Pimples on the Face, General Ernptjons, BoilsMercurial Sores, Glandular Spellings, Soooiidary. Symptoms, i, (1 NEURALGIA, Rhenmatism, Lumbago, Stiff Joii.ts, Paralysis, St. Vitus' Dance, Nervous Twitchings. V5(J jrl'!EMAtSjCOWlAlNTS, 1 Sexual Weakness. Barrenness. Disease of the TVoiub;1 Weakness of the Back, Loins and Limbs. i '' '.t fit !' ' AFFECTIONS OF THE LUNGS. Bronchitis, Asthma-, Pleurisy, Catarrh, Iuflu- ensaj Cough', ami all other disorders if admin istered before disease has struck a mortal blow at tho great vital organs. - AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, ; Of distineuished men in every profession, warmly recommending the preparations may been aC Dr, Robaek's Officer Manufactory, Sale-Rooms aiid Office, No. 6 East Fourth,' street, 3d building from Afain Street Cincinnati. O. : ' i i ' ; i f . I j , FOR SALE BY ., ;'. - f '.T. . S . J.' A. & O. II; Davenport, - Woods field j 1 Kotzebnc & - Oblinger, ! Malaga; Armstrong & Mooney, : Kcallsyille; Chas. F". Billman, Lewisville; . W. . (J. . Arishutz, & Co.j aud W ,.F.-Booth, Sunash; and by. Druggists, and .Merchants generally. . June'lU, 1858 ly. i.:-.-. .M :i .-. '-. 1 ' ! .. , LEQALNOTICE, JOim RENT, Jr,r. Ezra Barker and Luoy Ann .Barker, his wife will take notice, that on the 19th . day of July, 1858, Thomasi Mitchell, as the administrator of John Kent, deceased, filed in the Probate Court of Monro o County,. Ohio, his petition against them and others, asking leave to sell the. following real estate belonging to said estate,' situate in said county, to pay debts, &C-, to wit: The north west quarter of the north west quarter of section twenty-seven, ayd the north east quarter of the north, east quarter of section thirty-three, all in township 2, and range .4.- Said petition will be for hear ing in said court on the O'th day of September, 165S. ,i IIOLLISXER, OkEY & HoiMSTER, ' July 28, 1858 Cw .. . Att'ys for Petitioner. . WILLIAM McMAUONS ESTATE. . NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber : was,, on the 18th day of September, 1858, appointed, by the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, administrator (with the will an nexed,) of William McMahon, deceased. , : '!. , THOMAS McMAUON, Adm'r. ' October G, 1858. 3t. i " MARGARET FOGLE'S ESTATE. NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed was", on the 18th iust., appointed by the Peebate Court of Monroe connty, Ohio, administrator of the estate of Margaret Fogle, deceased. - , DEMOS SLUSHER, Oct. 20, 1858. 3w. Adm'r. ' LEGAL NOTICE. . THOMAS HAWKINS and Margaret Hawkins his wife, who reside without the State ef Ohio, Joshua Uobbs and Joseph H. Afarkey, will take notice that on the 13th day of Au gust A. D. 1S58, William Stanton, filed a peti tion in the Ceurt of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, against them, which is pending in said court,the object of which is te collect the amount due on four several promissory notes given to Themas Hawkins to Joshua Uobbs and by Uobbs endorsed to the plaintiff', and a mortgagi io- secure the paymeuof said notes given by Thomas Hawkins an? Margaret his I wife te sahLHobbs, en the following lands in l sai-icountyrto wil:.;,' ' ., .;:, ; .. 9 - i ae suum easi quarrpr oi ine norm easi quarter, and the north, east quarter of the south east quarter of section twelve, township five, and range Seven; also endorsed to plaintiff and to sell said land (now owned by Joseph II. Markley, -subject to said mortgage) to pay the balance due-en said notes and mortgage, amount demanded by plaintiff $740, with inter est as fellows -on .$340 from June 20, 1854, en $200 from October 1, 1854, and on $20ft from April 1, 1855, subject to the following credits $205 April 6, 1855, $70 Sept. 19, 1855, $30 November 12, H856, $70- February 1857 and $75 August 13, 1S57, amount now due $397,89. The defendants are required to appear and an swer or demur to said petition en or before the 16th day of October 185 S, and iu default judg ment will , be take at tho November term ef said court 1858 as by confession. -. i ' . ; ; ! HOLLISTEK, OKBT & HOLLISTEK, " ."A -V ' "v ' ' Att'ys for Plaiatif. i August IS, 1858 ew-M v-' : Blank Summons and Execu tions for gal e at this office, r , . " ; . . - ', ! .... f ! ( . , . . , ; IHIHHMlMMilBl wisitaiplii 'Wiolesalc-antl-Retail LIQUOR STORE, GROCERIES, : OILS, &c, kc, rilHE undersigned takes this method of in X forming those wanting" PURE " ARTICLES, to call at the comer formerly kept by W. II. Mallory, on Main and Water Street. We have on hand and are receiving the BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS, from a large establishment : BLACKBERRY BRANDY, DARK BRANDY, PALE BRANDY, ; ' NEW YORK BRANDY, . ... ' COGNAC BRANDY, FRENCH BRANDY, GINGER ' BRANDY, AND : P E A C II B R A N D Y ; SWEET MALAGA WINE, MUSCAT WINE, PORT WINE, GIN; No. 1, CORN WlirSKY,. No. 1, WHEAT WHISKY, Mountain-dew & Jessamine Whisky, RYE AND J30imii ON WHISKY. 0r liquors hae been selected with great . care, and we say to those. wishing to purchase to call and examine our articles before pur chasing elsewhere, as we can sell as cheap as ahy other house in the: county. Our liquors are inspected by One of the most, scientific men in the State, and we - :. Warrant all Articles Sold to be Pure and free from Water :. " and Adulteration. ! ' Kegs from 5 to 10 gallons always on I hana and ready for customers. Orders prompt ly filled;- . i HAMILTON & MAY, . April 28, 185S ly. . - Sunfish, O." THE TRIUMPH OF THO' NATIONS 'twixt whose shores three thousand miles of ocean roll now converse with speed; of thought in words of fire; tho' the . ! ' '-. - : : now prone in ocean's depths, binds in palpable bonds two kindred, yet, far sundered people; the-wondrous deeds are achieved in such rapid succession that, ere one' has passed into the every-day: experiences of the world, another is ' consummated, eclipsing in brilliancy its pre decessor. Tho' these things are so, still must the smaller affairs of life claim our attention; still must we look to our daily papers to read the "NEW ! ADVERTISEMENTS" of the arrival of New". Stocks of . Goods, and among others of , TM0S.HUGHES No. 35, j Corner-: of Monroe and Water Sts.;-Ty heeling, Ya.;- Having received . another . of those periodical supplies of . . . - ' : ; ' . . ' ' MERCHANT-TAILORS' GOODS beneath which his shelves and counters 'groan' at the sight of which tho eye is dazzled, the mind delighted! - - . . CLOTHS of all hues; CASSIMERE8 of perfect texture; VESTINGSof splendid patterns; OVERCOATINGS that no cold can ponetrate, HOSIERY in endless variety, and NOTIONS of every description; these to be appreciated must be seen! j , Therefore- T. HUGHES invites his friends and customers, 'and all who will, to call at, or send their orcics to his . establishment on Water Street and inspect and test his NEW STOCK t)E GOODS. N" - T) Particular attention is given to J3. 1 the PREVAILING FASHION, and T. H. would respectfully endeavor to impress upon the minds of all, that, whatever may be the impressions in favor of eastern made gar ments, a full and fair test will satisfy all who will favor him with their patronage, that those of his make will compare favorably in every respect,' with those of eastern manufacture. Purchasers will please therefore to bear this in mind, and, before concluding to make their purchases in the east, try" ' - - ' -"' ' -' -. : , - J TIIOS. HUGHES; No. S3 Cor. Mgnras and Water Sts. 1 " J . ' V ' . ' " Wheeling, Va. -Sept'. 22, 1$$. ;': ;' ' ;'.'. Extraordinary ; Excitement . At Sunfish, (Clarington.) THRESHING MA CHINES AND THRESHERS AND CLEANERS. JLOM AND TEEKY. HAVING removed te their new establishment, on the north and adjacent to the village, and availed themselves of all the improvements in their business, are prepared to . Build or Repair Threshing Machines and Threshers and Clean ers, on the shortest notice and most accom modating terras. V" . " Being provided with an Engine to propel their Lathe, and other machinery, they will do Turning, either in Iron or Wood, on the most accommodating emik tnd short" est notice, or any ether work in their line. ' Thankful for the patronage extended to them heretofore, they still hope and expect to merit a considerable portion of it. G. P. HORN, WM. T. TERRY. Sunfish, P. O., Monroe Co., Feb. 24. LATEE AND BETTEE! Monroe Agricultural Works. THE undersigned having entered Into oe-part- nership with HORN & TERRY annoanees that they will ' ' 'm REPAIR ENGINES BOILERS AND MACHINERY. in the best and most substantial mannerl Relying on oar-experience we feel confident that we can render entire satisfaction in every department of our business...: The firm name is now HosNj Tkkrt & Co. ;".. r v,, , WILLIAM LITTBf. Sunfish, May 12, 1858. . JOXOO KTOTiTi, AGEST AND SECBKTAEV OF THE ' Monroe Mutual Insurance Company, WILL attend on MONDAY OF EACH WEEK at the Office of the Savings Institute. This being the day set apart for this purpose, all persons having business with the Company will please call on this day -. Feb. 11, 1857. ., j , (tf.) , DR. J. J. CLARK'S 'ESTATE. VfOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber S . has been appointed by the Probate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, -Administrator of the estate of John J. Clark,- late of Monree county, deceased. , JOdIN ALEXANDER, . Pett. 23, 185l.8t.pe:. ' Ain't.' THE SPIRIT OF DEBIOCRACY. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One dollar and fifty cents per annum, if paid within the yean if not paid wftnin the year, a bill will be presented, and if not paid then two dollars will be required. iNo paper will be discontinued, except at the option of the publisher, uutil all arrears are paid. ' ' " Executed with neatness and dispatch at this Omee, and at reasonable prices. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: For 3wks, 3mos. 6mos. 9 mos. 12 m, 1 sqnare, $ 1. $ 2. $ 3. jjTT $. 5. 2 squares, 2. 3. 5. 6T 77 column, 3l &T 77" T. 11. column, T. T. 12. , 14. 187" 1 colnmn, . 8. 12 18. ?5. 30. ' (Twelve lines, or less, will be charged as one square. , ' : ' iJAll Ugal advertisements wilV be charged by the line.' " 4. '"''. '. , i " ". Twenty-five per cent, additional will be charged on the price of job work if not paid in advance, and on advertising if not paid be fore taken out. , THB LAW Or NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express no tice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. ! 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their newspapers, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect Or refuse to take their papers from the offices io which they are directed, they are held responsible till they have settled the bill, and ordered them oiscon tinued. i " ' . w '; 4. If subscribers remove to other placet without informing the publishers-, and the pa pers are sent to the former direction, they art held responsible. V"'- ' 5. The courts have decided that refusing t take periodicals from the office, or removint and leaving them uncalled for, is prima faci evidence of intentional fraud. Business-Cards. SAMUEL GRIM SHAW. : "WIIL1AM W ALTOS, DRS. GRIMSHAW &! WALTON, PHYSIC IARS & 1ECI CN, AVw Castle, Monroe County, Ohio June 30, 1S5S 6m. JOET, F. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY AT LAW ' . " AND . : - N OTA R Y , P. U.B L LC , Woodtfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. 55 Will arive narticular attention to collec tions, and be re'adv at all times to take deposf-l LIU119, ana WIWiiUH C(Jioua t .... u mems required te he. acitnowieagea ueiore Justices, he. " ', r -, : : April 21, '687 1 w. r. RiCHiKDseir. ;;.. siei.aiB. RICHARDSON & SINCLAIR. Attorneys at L a t,,. WOOD8F1ELD, MOJfROE CO., OUIO. Will practise In Monroe and adjoining Counties. ; Office up stairs ever Sinclair k Ba ker's grocery. .' - . . . . . ..i. IDWAED AECHBOLD, ' A. . AteHBtn Kotary Publics: . . t ..J...,.', ARGHBOLDcl'.SON: ATTOKXEl'S AT LAW. -' "Woodsfl.eld.Otao. 3TParticalar attention given to all business entrusted to their care in the counties of Mon roe, Noble, Belmont, and Washington. .- nOLMSTKR. VI. OXBT . . . B. HOtLISTBR. Hollister, Okey &" Hollister, Attorneys at Law, Woodsfield, Monroe Co., Ohio. Dr. ;W. T. Sinclair Having resumed the Practice of Med icine, tenders his Professional ser vices to the citizens of .Woodsfield, .and vicinity..-. , , :i . IKS' Residence one deor north . ef Drigg's Store. ''' - ' '' Dr. J. K. Pierson OFFERS his professional services to the citizens of WooDsniAD and vicinity He has removed his office to the Toom formerly occupied by Dr. J. Smith. may 16 S5. Br. W. H. Dowell, ECLECTIC FHTSICIAN AND ,. DENTAL SURGEON, . Antioeh, Monroe Co., Ohio. Dr. R. M. Andrews, ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ?Residence in Adams township, on his farm adjoining Wm. Alexander. June 27,1855. M. A. O'NEILL, M. D, Physician and Surgeon, "Calais, Monroe County, Ohio: Oct. 21, 1857. ' . , -.vr ALEXANDER SINCLAIR, WOODSFIELD, O. TT7TLL do anything in his line on the short W est notice, in good style, and on reason able terms. ,.!' Office over Kirkbride's store. '" ' , Sunfish and AVheeling Packet. THE . FAST RUNNING STEAMER AURILLA ; OOP! CAPT. STEPHEN THOMPSON, leave Sun fish every morning- for Wheeling, returning every evening, remaining at Wheeling several hours.- Anr. 1.'57. Tke new and fast running steamer W. O. Woodside! Captain CHARLES BOOTH, is running regularly between . v. .-f - - .Wheeling & Parkersburg. . - . She leaves Wheeling every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 o'clock A. 'M.,'and ParkersLurg every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 Ojdock A. M., For freight or passage apply on board. : Aug. , mi: 1 .; -i ; - :- 1 XI DRIGGS & MORRIS, r ' . DEALERS IN I DRY GO ODS, GROCERIES, HARD- WARE, QUEENS WARE, IRON, NAILS, HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CA'PS, $c, $c. AD. DR1GGS and W. T. MORRIS have , formed a copartnership as dealers in the above articles. They expect to sell as shbap, if not iittlb chbapbk, than Goods have been selling for, in this town, heretofore. , Couktby Peodccb will be taken in exchange for Hoods at the highest market mica, . . ) Examine their stock and prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Woodsfield, Dec. 1857. ' '!"':'!- W. T. SINCLAIR. MABTTN BAKHB, J. SINCLAIR & BAKER TAKE pleasure in announcing to their ous . tnmers, and the publie in general,' ' tha they have now on hand, ' and intend keeping constantly, a general assortment of. .';) ii J ; DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, VAR NISHES, brushes, school:, f, BOOKS STATIONARY, , r ... . NOTIONS; tc, ; , ' Also Girfveries of Various hindsll ' ' ' Ironj Naila,1 Plow-points, Salt, ' (Kanawa ..nd Poraeroy.) t ' 3T Produce ; of ierery Tcind he received in exchange for goods. ; ' Woodsfield, Sept. 10, 1656. Clarington Lodge. No. 263, Cr F. & A.:Masok8, meets the Monday on 1 iceding the full moon in each month. -:.- WM. F. BOOTII, W..M. r ) -as MsssBstT, S. W J. D. O'Cosxon, Seety Jam as Waltos, J. AY. J. . K. i Smith,'- Treas Saxl. Sakfokb, Tyler P;B WADa,vS. D. Saml. Fclto:, J. D. Jan. 27,, 1858 j i . Monroe Follgc, 'No. 189r OF Free and Accepted Masons, meet ; the Wednesday evening on or precedbiz each full moon, at the Masonic HalL , . , I ; , OFFICEBS: , WARREN; HOLL1STER, W. U. G. IT. DAVEsroRT, S. W, II. B. Hiu S. D. Lewis Lcptox, J. W. M. Hokffler, J. D. Jas. R.- Mokkis, Sec'y., ... , .. ...',., . Tyler. K. ARcunoi.h, Treas. I Woodsfield, Feb. 10, 1858.1 ' ' " MONROE HOUSE WOODSFIELD, OHIO. TIIOS. K. DAVIS, Proprietor. TIIE proprietor of ther above .named well known and popular house, begs leave te remind the public that it still merits and main tains its old reputation ' He has" recently made extensive and costly improvements, and l is bet ter prepared now than ever heretofore to ad minister to the; comfort of his, patrons, lie promises that no Hotel in the. town hall give better accommodations for the same money.' . , THOMAS K. DAVIS. . If. B. . Especial eare taken of horses., ; March 26, 1856. - .- . ;.:-'-;' . BEEFMSEEF.h: CHARLES KALLENBAUG II informs the eitV zensof Woolsfield aad vieinity, that he will have FRESH MEAT to ell every -Tuesday and Saturday during this present mouth, ami etery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, after this month, and dnrunt all the summer season -- ' - r. 1i. CHARLES KALLENBAUSH."' June 30, 1858. ; '- !- i ' ':c. ;.'.; -'-'-i SEVL(r .MACULES; SINGER'S Xcw Patent Sewiiic " Machines for Families, Seam- '., stresses,':; Tailors, Sacldjcrs, and bhoc-Makcrs,' J ' "' ARE THE BEST, MOST SERVICEABLE, MOST DURABLE, AND TUB CHEAPEST LX : ; :. , Til K WORLD! .,.-,.u,r .. AKCni: ....I -."X S1AO JO.KJ JtJU.CjO, ;. 35 Cor. Monroe and Water Sts.v ., -March 2-4,.185S,.,.i vTheelimg-Ta. STEAM FLOURING MILlT rpHE Steam Flouring Mill at Weodnffeld is -L now in full operation, and. the proprietors are prepared to accommodate- the "people on short notice.-They are j 'Vvu'; ' Determined to Give; Salisfactionr Their toll is the same, as that of the water mills, and they will do, the very;. best work. Oive us atrial, and you shall not regret it. r, -,. WILLIAM A L. RICIINER, - ; . Jane 30, 1858. ,, ., . .. ; ;. ,. . ,.; j LUMBER! LUMBER !! - MT. CARRIC STEAM SAW MILIil '-'. y ' . . " We have on hand and for sale at our saw mill, four miles east of Woodsfield,' a large amount of lumber,' including inch flooring, oak and poplar, weather hoarding luting, hogshead stuffs, fie, &e. -at Lumber of all kinds sawed to or der. ; v'. ITKiln-dried lumber always on hand.. .July 28. 3m. X. H. Vansant & Co. Monroe Mutual FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. . t This company, being organized under a favor able charter obtained from tha Legislature, is now in a prosperous condition and . ready -te Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables, Store Houses, Shops, &c, &c, against loss by 4r ' - -1 1 -r -' . ' 1 -.-in .i a .---i-V , . . ,, DIRECTORS. .,., -i ; NATHAN-HOLLISTER, ISAAC SM1TH,?:U'?' v l' JNO. M. KIKKBR1DE, C. DIEHL, LEWIS SHIPLEY. J. W, ABMITBOXt), J. B. OBLINGEB, JOHN EEKK, Vf. A, TALBOT, WILLIAM : STEEL. .0 Jt03aUaaCaUCKy--"w",-w-"JJlI5l yAJ'VAXKXWUty. -;''.' Jh-r 1 JOHN -A. DAVENPORT, PretH. N. HoLLHrrn, Treas. .-' : J. B. NOLL; Secretary and'Oeneral Agent." May 12, 1858.' J -V. Great : Improvement -in ..?g.'g! ,- ' '0. TVAWIEL. 8. WILLIAMS is prepared J to dig vrells on reasonable . terms during the current summer.' Ills machinery' is ar- ;E i jg ht Incli.IIol cs;- "Call or address a letter te Ah e snbserW ber at Round Bottom, Monroe Connty, Ohio.' - T r J rt DANIEL S. WILUAMSr June 9, llJ8.-fm. ; ' . : .... r r DUFF AND. COMPANYTS ! LINE OF MERCANTILE -'cOLLtfGKg ' AT PITTSBURGH and' ,' "A'J voii PHILADELPHIA, Pa., :!. muV -: . WHEELING, Ya,-"i ,vvii',I ! v COLUMBUS, OL, and ' , 1 BURLINGTONj' Je wa With a full Staff of experienced teachers, nil ' trained for business by, ; the principal, 'iJSta dents will find, by proper, inqujry Uaf hf , graduating in this Instiiatlen, or anylsf Itw line ef branches, they will obtain tl foil owing" - important advantagei over those ef My other Commercial School in the oounfry! p uL - -1st. Its reputation, followf ftf- stfJentf through life. ' ." 'o ' ' 2d. The student' is instructed, In i holifeF-t -:" elgitand domestic hnsinessi -4 - '' iiWi ; " 3d. His training nc)n(Ui jbattririoCrao-r tict (wlolly unknown fio copjmon., teplers that greatly diminish his Vhancea of failure ia - '' business. '-'a A ' " T i,i',"fz . . J- 4th. ChanVng Single' Inre fto&lP Entry, Without new Boojts. rjcj-. ,tcrtHU cc'o U- . -5th.. A new methed , 0? prv Wf ! h4s iuuuu m vqs s AooaKeptng onfv. r,r JT ' 1 6th. The six eotmrnhed" Journal- 1 ; 7lhi'- Duff's self-provfii ftill Tkiok.RI "l . 7 Oil. T-k r. :?J 1. O -4 . i :;9th. DnflTs -f ule .for wiedia nj dMsUvotf I ? partnerships. ... .,, ,. r n.f. : lZ 110th. DuiTs Rules for adjusting derangedl- 1 Books. Of -"'- ,no Hu 1 iTi uvi t , -Mllth. Duft7I?dei foT-eompiting (nteresto ' ,:. (1 2th' Practice ! ju making lomfc Merobanta' i-, Invoices. ,tN , . r t'M ,13th. Speciflcalions for constrncOng. ao- cennts of sales. -"- v-'-1"1'1" h i; 14th. Steamers' re-shippingl'fr'sfght: 'an passengers. J. ,tIn:ritnu'J .iaf. .. lth. Settlements between. pwnfrs.f!(y' '16th. Settlements between owners eftel saleof the vessel. .-"-."v;'i -. l 17th. Sale of one owner's share te another 7 18th' Steamer's Single Jfotry . chin l te- Qouble Entry Books, i, -( Wl,iT - f 19th. v Exercises in adjusting Steamer's de ranged Boeks. " ' -"''-, 20th. On graduating eaeh' sf utJent Sr- sented with an elegant bound oOpy'ef lUu. van's business and Ornamental lnniannhiiW The most valuable work on the seieftee mow puwiKhed. t ..,n . . , T,rr .1 sir ' fifteen first premium Silvei-MidaW Jad. Diplomas for Dnff s Book-keeping mU EUn- can,'' Penmanship, since 1$S6 a? eitibiteiri onroAce. .' .'u .. m ' Noiengravings. are ever sent te eorrestMn den'ta-aa PemnhW .7 ,"v' i -.u--Tt ' Call and aee JitJ Donwen '. perform with'- fUm October 20, 1S58.: T ; M BA11ESVJL7LE, OHJOfnvuT ; i"" (t Jaeob Baravi old Su'nd.)''1" "The proprietor' ef the abbva named Vonie. begs leave to inform the pnblU thafhc' Ira "X,? ) ust opened np said honxo -for tbJe acifeaau-. dation of traveUers and boarders. Every" . temtion wTirie paiTto those who favorjiinv .. with a call, te make them i-omfoWableaiid i their stay pUaaant. lie well pcovidedSaatsyl - i Stabling, and the utmost Mtio,i wilJLbc git U 7; Dont forget to call at the W''ow Oroe. l- Hii.i tun .KM-:joiif SUTKB.',4'lv WsviUe, ApHllV, !58.;; ni.i ii! Iiv"j4'v GRAYE ST 1. .;. .- 1 V. i A iO5- rrHE subscriber is still-earryihg on the bus! I a nass of; manufacturing t."' y r7rI busi-- TOMB STONES, MONUMENTS,, j .MARBLE MANTELS,; TABLEr Either of Italian or American 3IarferCj Iwhiuh. hei will send'a f place in Monroe coenty, if requested. He will do htfiiwork af as LOW- PRICES as' can doneJa.. any p.Uo west of the hiokjn'taiHs. ,' " '."'. ' !l. - ;'' '"' K'CAWLFlE , . WJ . ., . , a u i . t'-m.. Ml. J . SRNSENEV, has this.day taKenJnte.lto, V "partnership, J. C. COOPER, and will W.rJ after eohdnet the retail' DRY GOODS bcsiiicsa! iuader the arm of SENSENET b COi i January 1st, 1858. .: .. ,.! T.STrVI FIRM. m. - 1 8 best in the end, both for the bayer aiief seller. -'; Xfiw Principles of - Btisiiie!; BEING satisfied 'that selling for CASH ant -short credit, for one price, at small roteli--i woiwill hereafter .do business on thai ;rine-r t . pie, and will rE everything . at the lowest. ! CASH price, in plain figures, from which W'"i will net deviate. . . .. .ilu;- We-do aot wUh.-Wepew awy new acenut 'c 'C , , Dut win continue accounts with inefcef .the oit i' euBtomers'df J. Ssskt,'- that' have' 'iVmkfi '"" -t raid their bills nromntlv when cnuil : I riacing mem on tea same rootinr as-the eaeh buyer, we will reqeire their bills to be Mid - hereafters .-.rj s.-.-M as'iz''-ii -J T-'0i'f'T,; We repudiate the present eustoni of selling ; ne person at one ftriee. and te nne'vi: at V ' .' ? different price everything being aarkJ at B.ijf fixed PRICE, in pl!n figures, the ant'ieat bev 'r in the store will sell as cheap as tLe . trmera, and a child can hay as cheap as the 'greatest Jew; We wish to do business on atriet nieral principles, and rely on the good sense- ef rhf people to sustain us in ear efforts. .' ' . SXMTSSITBT Mi. COL' Wheeling, Jan. 1st, 185S. !Uif"w; H We are now in receipt of NEW 8PMrTGrT GOODS, to which' we invite the attention.' af buyers visiting Wheeling. . April 7, 185a The subscriber has for aal it lit U Stand ia Woodsfield, whica ht wiU oil1 LOW for READT PAT; ajar'-rtr Sua Ska fyuldf-rrDotthls ftniJKSU; i PLOW POINTS: C$Mmin L'efer Nos:' 5 ' aid dt tynfe : 1 ' f WA G ON MOXES OF VAXIOVS j - :,' . 2JP5."'-' ;" 1:1 '?''f" ; WAGONS pada to order in the' best style and of stiparior workmanship,., t He i jaW carries b the ';,bnsinM; f) ! Blacksmithinjr j'n all it various! bneh , 'vM-. .f,'-fH.v JOSEPH R0GERS"t - March SI' 1S&S ' v U' Jff - ;i- i,-uu; m NOTICE ; All persons are hereby notUed : chase a note of hand riven ninety dollars! dated Fabrnarv ' due 8 months after date aad payable: id I Dye as I will uot pay it,on account of .tr 7ppr.. Tat -mi T.:tfvTi .TT'v erty not being what itwaS repTf- s.f ' ''; lent; 22-iJtp. I0B31T k. r'ATl-1 -.A -' i t i J - ' ,"T ( V 1 -r 4'., - -.1 . if M n . v. 11 ' ' i WBV iuuiiu. ws vue uu nc ivo ivu.,. . i -- . ijjxAVn! y.wMV.n ' ''':: ' !( s. t. i'"" -'--r.tk-.-.