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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. 1861. BLANK LEASES FOR OIL LANDS, FOR flLA.XXD AT THIS OFFICE. Price, Ten cents Each. Buttling Up: Wa are now aattliag up all our accounts Thoie who pay in band art charged bat $1,60 par annum; tboaa who dssirt aiill further lima, ara ex pasted ta give their notes, at $9.00 par UQia, iudicating the time whan thej will pay thorn. If paid lo a reasonable tine, bat $1,5 will be exacted. In all aaaea where we are driven to legal rente dine, oar published terms will be atriatly adhered to It Coart it in session in Uelmont Judge Okey on the bench. eonnty; Belmont county baa a slight at tack of the oil fever. Companies have been formed ta dig on Wheeling creek aad elsewhere. We are nnder obligations to the publisher of the Belmont Chronicle for an early eapy Of Lincoln's Inaugural. We will do some good thing for him the first opportunity. Oar Extra. tVe had the President's Inaugural in the hands of many of our readers eighteen hoars in advance of the arrival at this plaee af the dailies containing it. We received a copy as we were about work ing off our regular edition, and put all bands lo work npon it. Copies have been furnished to all our subscribers living in this county. When so much anxiety is manifested to see a public document, we are determined shut the subscribers to the Spirit shall re ceive it as soon as the subscribers to any other weekly. Sound. 2 Bell Central Committee of Bel mont county, held a meeting in the town of rdnont (a great jingling of Bells) and passed resolutions recommending "a Union of all Union mop on a Union basis in fnvor of compromise and adjustment; aad calling a Convention of Union men to meet at Belmont on the 24lh of July to nominate Union ticket. 1 DonTt fail to read the story com jnenced on our outside this werk. It is one of the most ingenious tales we have .aver read. It will run tbrongb four pa- Sslemn Faat. - Acquaintances, on meeting no in this vicinity, do not salute each ether with -"Good morning, how do yon do?' fc Toe- uniform sa'.utatipu is, "Hare you ruck He yet?" "TSE? ' Merchai t io this county, dc sir- tag to purchase books and stationer,, will lod J. C. Orr & Co , of Wheel g rery pleasant and honorable men to deal with. They have a very extensive stock end, as they have a thorough knowledge of their business, they procured it at the Tery.towoet prises. Sabbath schools, singing schools, eke, will be supplied, as well if not better by Messrs. Orr & Co., thwn by any other establishment east or west. See their advertisement NT Horse fanciers should read the advertisement of T K.. Davis. He ear tainly has a fine looking horse to dispose A Uv .! feW Dr. Stoat's bill authorising the Commissioners of this county to borrow money, has beea referred to a select com. Jitte. .. .f ; . " ify Dr. Stoat's letter it will be seen that the bill has passed the House. The Oil Tever Waxeth Worse. A week or two sinee it wae thought that some of oar citizens were delirious with the oil fever. This is now reversed. Those who have not the fever are believed to he the eresj ones. fatties are scouring the country, tak ing leases, sinking heads, and procuring implements. Rumors of oil found are abundant. The best authenticated story 44 of a well on the Clear Fork of Mus kingum in the western part of the couuty. Tbe well is said to be less than one hun dred feet deep. The biggest story that we havo beard, is, that a man in this county has Invented a machine with which he picks up one of oar high bills, squeeses the oil out, and seta it down. A few of those who are bat slightly attacked with this fever, don't believe this story. One veracious old gentleman, who is desirous of having some one bore a well osv bis premises immediately, seys that when he opened hie soger camp this spring, the trees yielded nothing but pore oil. This story nobody doubts. A very enthusiast! oil seeker, who has It bad," went to the Commissioners, and wanted to lease the county from thtm. He expected to make a good thing of leasing it out by retail. If a man wants a glass, of 'eer now, he says: '-Mr. Barkeeper, bare U a 6ve cent bonus for a short rnn of your well Tou to find the vessel, which I covenant to return in good order. The said party of tba second part, hath further agrtei, and doth hereby agree . " By this time the beer is produced, and the oil talk is, for a brief period, slopped. A pious old gentleman who owns the best site withiu twenty miles of anyplace, mixes np so many sub leases, drills, vats, sand pumps, tenth gallons, &c , with his morning and evening devotions, that they have become unintelligible. It is thought the fever will be much worse in a short time We have nothing further upon the sub ject of the defalcation, except that Jas. R Morris and Hugh B Bill, both skilful accountants, are patiently and carefully investigating the books and papers from the time of Mr. Myers' entering the office until he resigned. We cannot tell how soon they will be able to report. It is certainly a very tedious and difficult un dertaking. For the "Spirit." liI8CLLA.HEOUa IMIQJCA. lam composed of IT letters My 11, 10, 11, 11, a, 17 is a Phrenolog ical organ. My 8, 6, S, 10 is a mosloal instrument. My 11, 15. 6, is a domestic animal. My 8, IT, 10, is an ancient city. My 1, 3, la is a title of a gentleman. My T, 12, U, 15, is a river in the United States. My 11, 15, 9, U, 3, 9 is the capitol of a kingdom. My whole is a thing that everybody ought to keep. Monrob. B0 ha inMl .-iiiv ci U-'l-ftiti- !; The Personnel of President Lincoln's Cabinet Secretary of State William H. Seward, was boru in Orange county, New York, May 15, 1801. He graduated at Union College, in the State, and entered upon the t-ractice of the law. fn 1880, he was elected to the State Senate of New York, and in 1S9, we chased Governor of that Sue In 1 843, be a elected United States Senator from New York, end re-eltoted in, 1865 to the same office. In October. 1858. he made his celebrated "irrepressible conflict" speech at Roches ter, N. Y. He was a prominent candi date for President before the Chicago Convention. Secretary or the Treasury. Sal mom Portland Cham was born at Cornish New Hampshire, in the year 1806. He graduated at Dartmouth College, in that State, and entered noon the practice of thnsal profession in Cincinnati, Ohio, ti 1848, he was-elected United States Senator by tho Legislature of Ohio. He was elected Governor of Ohio in 1855, ana re eieciea io tue seme ouice in is?i In 18(0. be was again chosen U. Sintes Senator from Ohio. Mr Chase, in the early part of his political career, was identified jrith the radical anti-slavery men, and is still regarded with favor by that class of politieiaus. Secrm-aht or War Simon Cameron is a native of L messier couiuy, Peunsyl vanu. He was a printer in early life. In 18t8 he wa appointed Adjutant Gen era -wf Peanst Y-.nia. He was appointed a vi ttor to West Point in 1831. For maty; ears, Gen a1 Camerou was vigor 0 sly engaged if Railroad enterprises and 1 i B inking. Abou he yer; 1854. he wis, at the same time, President of the 8 i.qiehttana Railroad Company, Presi dent (f the Lebanon YelWy Rulroad Company, President of the Common weal h Insurance Company, and Cashier of the Middletown Bank. He was elect ed to the United States Senate by the Legislature of Pennsylvania in 1845, and again in 1857. , Secretary or the Navy. Gideon Welles has been for more then thirty years an aetive politician in Connecticut, and during that lime connected directly or indirectly with the public press. Under President Van Bureu'a administration, he was for some time Postmaster at Hartford, and nnder President Polk, occupied a po sition iu the Navy Department. After the Republican organization, he identified himself with that party. Mr. Welles was a delegate at large from the State of Connecticut to the Chicago Convention, and was one of the Committee to jro to Springfield to notify Mr. Lincoln of his Domination. He was also chosen a Re publican elector at the last Presidential election. He has been fur many years on terms of close iutimscy with Mr. L neoln Postmaster General Montgomery Blair resides at Montgomery Castle, near Silver S, ring, Montgomery county, Ma ryland. He is a sou of Francis P, Blair, and brother of t . r Blair, jr., of at Lours. Montgomery Blair graduated at Weal Point, practiced law in St. Louis, was for a brief time Judge, and was Soli citor of the Court of Claims during Pres ident Pierce's administration. He was courrsel for Dred Scott in that celebrated case, and is one of the most ultra men among the radical Republicans. Secretary or the Interior Caleb B. Smith, of Indiana, was for several years a Whig member of Congress from that State, and at one time Commissioner on Mexican claims. He was a member of the Indiana delegation to the late Peace Conference. Mr Smith is quite celebrated among Republican stump speakers. fl ,H .Mn Att eney General Edward Bates was boru September 4, 1793, iu Uuuen land county, Virginia. in 1813. be served for a short time in a volunteer company raised to assist in repelling an appreLende 1 attack upon Norfolk by tbe British. In 1814, he settled in St. Lou - is, studied law, and entered upon the practice of that profession. In 1852, he acted as President of the Whig Na tional Convention at Baltimore, and in I85S, was elected Judge of the Land Court in St. Louis cuanty. Two Col leges have complimented him with the title of L. L. D. StaUsman. JAMES 0. OR. JOSIPH 0. LITTLX 1861. 1861. BOOKS, W ALL-PAPER AND STATIONERY. 3. . ORR a 0. No. 106 Main Street, WHEELING, VA. WE hare just received our Spring Stock of WALL PAPER, BORDERS, WINDOW SHADES, $c. Having the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK of PAPER HANGINGS in tbe City, we are prepared to offer unparal- lelled inducement to COUNTRY MERCHANTS! Our gtock of stationery oensists of CAP, LETTER, NOTE, LADIES PARCHMENT, RECORD CAP, LEGAL AND FLAT CAP PA PERS. fg- Envelopes ef all styles and grades, and overytking belonging to the stationery line. BOOKS. S'.n SCHOOL BOOKS. LAW, MKDICAL, THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELAINEOUS BOOKS always on band. WE are agents far the American Tract Society, Sunday School Unirn, and Presbyterian Board of Publication. We invite the special attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to our stock. fitsT HIGHB8T PRICE PAID FOR RAGS. 106 Main St., Wheeling, Va. March IS, 1861. FINE KUSTIC STALLION FOR SALE OR TRADE. rpiIK undersigned has a Aiie Rustic stallion I for tra-le or sale. He is live years old snd sixteen hands high. The stock is well known to be as desirable for farmers as any in the county. Cali, and examine feint at the Bloomer House. Woodsfield, T. K. DAVIS. March 13, 1861 3t. Notice fur Township Road. Benjamin Stephens, a nou-resident of rials ga town-hip, Monroe county, Ohio, will take notion, that there will be a Township Road viewed and surveyed by proper authority, on the 15th day of April next. Said road com mencing, on the lands of Peter Horn, and thence passing through la in is of Benjamin Stephen and intersecting the County Road at or ner said Benjamin Stephens' house in said township: at which time aud place (he said Stephens can attend and saake application lUi uiuQa a fruw law iiiiTi'iri, -ft mm sera r J.n,.... a. . 1. .. 1 : J ... :r u - ADAM RUiH!:. March 13, 1SC1 4t TO TEACHERS. TUB Board of Examiners of Monroe County will hold a meeting at Clariugton, at the meeting of the Teachers' Institute, ;ommerrc ing Marob 25th, 1801. It is the intentien of the Board to make tbe examination mr thorough and not hold as many as heretofore held. Teaohers witl take notice that this will be the only examination held until tbe latter part of summer. ' kty order ef the Boar. I, J A. VI lid O. AMOS, Clerk, ebruary 27, lSol. Sw. COUNTY ORDERS LOST. rnHtt undersigned lest, about the time of the X Presidential election, sou sty orders, drawn in favor of Joseph Stukej, ag follows: No. 2165, Book W., Page 391, for $12,00. No. 21, Book W., Page 361, for $13,00 Both dated Oct. 1st, 1880. Tbe payment on them is stepped, and hew orders will be issued in their stead. ear c MARX ALBERT. St pd. ML v.? . 9 f JL ? GENERAL SCOTT gar: JF03id Wt oeaD MAJOR ANDERSON, OIL COLOR PORTRAITS. The subscriber has just issued Portraits of General SCOTT and Major ANDERSON, print ed in twelve oil colors, by the same prooeas as the oelebrated picture of Mount Vernon. Price for both Portraits, pest-paid, $1. Agents wanted in every oounty. J. II. BTRAM, 112 South Third Street, Philadelphia. Administrator's Sale. BY virtue of aa order of the Probxte Court of Monroe countr, Ohio, the undersigned wtll offer Cor sale on tho premises, Oh Saturday. March Both, 1861. the followiug-desoribed premises in Monroe, couuty, to wit: Tho west half of the north east quarter, also tho soath east quarter of tho north east quarter, also tho aorth oast quarter of the south oast quarter, all in sec tion seven, township four and rane five, ex evpliag the dower estate ef Elisabeth Shriver' therein, it beiiig ab tut 5i aeres. Said prem ises sold by EsniCeeu, a lm'r of Adam rtnriver, to pay debts. Terms of sale: One third uash, one third in one year, aad one third in two years, with interest on the deferred payment. Appraised at $1,500. . isfareh 6, Ul. EZRA CORN, A?m'r. JOHN II. A FEES ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ltcs beeu appointed ley thai Frobate Conrt of Monroe oounty, Ohio, administrator 'of the estate of John H. Ayres, deoeased. SIDMKR STARKEY, Adm'r. March 6, 1861 St. , : If Dr. It. M. Andrews, PHYSICIAN AND SURQXON rResidence in Adams township. on his farm adjoining Wn. Alexander. June 37. 1864. r WARREN H0LLISTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, W00DSFIELD, OHIO. aHFColIection and the business of the pro fession generally attended to in Monroe and the adjoining eoanties. FOR SALE, J The engiue was manufactured by Shams, Davis k Bensall, of Slem, Columbiana Co., Ohio; and oost, including freight and setting up $1175, is comparatively new and bat little worse of ware. The boiler is 20 fret long 40 inehes in diameter, with two 13 inok flues, ma te from strong $ juniatta iron, aad eest $;"u0 exclusive of freight, and is probably not $5 worse than when first set. The machinery throughout is of the latest approved kinds. The stack is 62 feet high and was put np at a cost of $250. The build ing is 50 by 22 with two 13 fet stories. There are two circular saws for making lath. The whole establishment is in good repair an I in complete running order, and will be sold with about two acres of very valuable ground, front ing on tbe East back street of Woodsfield. The subscriber will try to make the terras to sait the purchaser. Enquire ef W. HOLLI3TER. bebruary 20, 1811. Woodsfield Retail Market. Corrttted weekly by Sinclair St Baker. WOODSFIELD, March 12, 1861. Flour per barrel 5 50 Wheat per bushel 1 20 Oats per bushel . Corn per bushel . Lard per pound . Tallow per pound Salt per barrel. . . Uams per pound Shoulders per pound Bggs per dozen Tea per pound..... 75 a fl New Orleans sugar per pound Molasses per gallon . Rio ooflfee per pound Java coffee per pound Fish psr pound Nails 8d. 9d. and lOd, Brooms per dosen 2 Butter per pound Rice per pound Candles per pound 18 BARKSTOU.S HIGH SCHOOL. The third session of this School will com mence on - Monday, the 8th dy of April, and continue three months. None but the best of Teachers will be employed. Weekly meetings will be held for mutual diseussions on the best method of goreruing Schools and commaaicatiug instruction. From long experieaee in the management of Schools, I hope to be able to make this session most profitable to these who favor me with their patronage. Beir lin $1,5 par week and term made to suit these hard time. JOHN MOwRK, Principal. Baresville (on the Ohio rirer,) 1 t March, lSol 4w. pd. f SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS. NOTICE is hereby given, that there will be offered for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house, ta Woodsfield Monroe county, Ohio, on the 17A day ef April, next. btwern the henrs of 10 o'clock, A. H., and 4 o'clook, P. M., the following described tract of land, to wit: The east half of the north west quarter of section IS, iu original surveyed township num ber live, of range number six, containing 80 aeres, being the same land sold byhe Auditor of said county, on the 27th day of Afarch, A. D. 1358, to Baltxer Butt, jr., for the sum of fourteen hundred and tweuty dollars, and the sail', llaltaer Butt, jr., having failed to comply with the requirements of the law under which the above described tract of land was said, the same having keen sold under an act of the Legislature of the State aforesaid, passed on the ltith day of April, A. D. 1852, and the amendatory ats theieto; the adore lands will have to sell for the sum ot fifteen hundred and forty-six dollars and twenty-five cents, to be paid on the dav of sale. MARTIN L. BOWSER, And. Feb. 27, 1S1 Cw. Monroe Co., O. Master Commissioner's Sole. Thomas Carnes, against James Oliver and Afary Oliver, his wife. BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from the court of common pleas af Monroe, county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auction, at the front door of the court house, in said county, on Saturday, the 2nd day of March, 18tl, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 4 o clock, P. M., on said day, tbe following do scribed real estate, situate in said oounty, to wit : The sonth west quarter of the south west quarter,. of lectton 6,; township 4, and range 7, except one-half acre in the south west cor ner of said lot. JOEL F. RANDOLPH, Mas. Com. Monroe Commom Pleas. Jan. 80, 1811 .$3,45. Sheriffs Sale. Isaao Smith, against N. Bishop and others. T) Y virtne of a writ of venditioni txeensi to ) me directed from tho court of cos. seen pleae of Monroe eonnty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house, in tho town of WoodsSeld, in said couuty, betneen the hours of 10 o'cleek a. m., and 4 o'clock, p. m., on Saturday, the 1 th day of Mar eh, 1161, the following described real estate, situate in said county, to wit: Tbe north wext quarter of the south east quarter of section tweuty-foar, township two and range seven. Also tbe north east quarter of the sonth eas quarter of section 21, township two, and range seven. Also the north east quarter of the north oast quarter of section IS, township throe, and range seven. , . Also the north east quarter of the north oast quarter sf section It, township one, and range fair. , Also the north half of the sonth oast quar ter of section fifteen, towaship two and range four. Also the north east qnxrter of the sonth east quarter of section 11, township two and range fonr. - iCWv ' Also the north half of the north wert qaar ter of section fifteen, township two, and range fonr. Taken in oxecntion aad levied npon as tke property of N. Bishop and ethers, at the snit of Isaae Smith. C. M. MOTtROW, Sheriff Feb. IS, 1111 $M5. Monroe Coanty, O. , QQ All kinds of Produce ta- kcrn m mwimsw for MONROE CLASSICAL INSTITUTE AT Stafford, Monroe Ceunty, Ohie. under the superintendence of Milto Ws.ua, late Principal of Woodsfleld Classical Institute, The first session- of this Iustitmte will com meuce Monday. April 8th, 1S61. Special attention will be paid to pupils ef both sexes, who desire to prepare themselves for teaohing. The discipline will be mild but efficient, and uader no consideration whatever will idle or vicious students be retained. Parents and Guardians will bear in luhid that no people stand higher as a moral and religious people than the citizens of Stafford and sarroundiug country. As an evidence of this there is not. nor erer was, a drinking saloon in the p'.ue, aul any attempt te estab lish one, er a nine pin alley or nuything that would tend to deteriorate the morals of the youth of ehr country, would be frowned dowa with indignation. Tuition for Term of Twelve Weeks: Primary Department...... $4 00 Academic " .; 5 00 Higher " 00 The price of tuition will not be reduced when students leave the school except in case of protracted sickness. Boarding can be obtained at ets. per week. fg For further particulars cuqnire of MILTON WELLS. Stafford, Monroe Co , 0. February 20, ZI61 2.n. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby g.ven, that the undersigned has been appointed by the Probate Court of Afonroe Countr, Ohio, Adminutrator of the estate of John Matthews, deoeased. PETER KING, Adm'r. Feb. 30, 1861. -St. . Ataclimcnt Notice. Thomas C. Penn, against Jackson Salisbury. Before J. N. Mitchell, J. P. of Perry town ship, Jfoaroe county, Ohio. On the 2!th day of January, 18S1, said justice issued aa order of attachment against Jackson Salisbury , he being a n'.a-resident of the couaty. Order of attachment issued for $70,15. Probable cost $lt. Trial set for .Match 20th. 7U0MAS C. PRNN. Feb. 20, 1861. St. pd. WOODSFIELD CHAPTEfT OF ROYAL ARCH MASONS, Meets on Monday evening next after each fall moon. W. HOLLISTBB, H. P. i.wls.8. - SUMMERFIELD NOliMAL ACADEMY Tbe third session ef this institution will commence at SUM.M.li&FIlSL.D, No ble Couuty, Ohio, on Monday, the latii day of April, 1861, Under the direction of AY. Wimi x nd Jos. C. Clark. In view of the growing demand far trained and competent teachers, we have determined to establish, in this part of the State, .1 school wherein men and woine", designing to enter the profession of teaching, ean be thoroughly qualified for the work. The various methods ot imparting instructions win be thoroughly discussed, and the best .methods carefully peinted out. It is also our design te make Ihe Acaaxxic department of the school inferior to none in the State. Map$, Globes, Chemical and PhilosopJii cat Apparatus Sec . Sic. Shall lend their aid to the illustration of the various science?; and thoroughness, the life and soul of edueati.m shall mark everv steu of the students peeress. We have had under conti Juration various points at which to locate our school, and have nosen sUMMKKr Icl.D, beraun. 1st. It is iu a part of the State remote from the Normal Schools of Lebanon and Uopedale. 2nd. It is in the rnidit of an enterprislnff and wealthy puople, who are able and willing to eduoate their sons and daughters. 3rd. It has always been noted for its roar ality, and especially for its opposition to in temperance. Tuition fur Terra of Twelve Weeks, $8,00 sSsT No deduction exoept in ease of pro tracted siokness. sHT For further partiealara inquire of -WM. WHIELHR, Or J. C. CLARK, 8amaaertleld, O. Fee. 13, lll.3m. D. ARNDT'S Transferring and Repelling STONE BEE-HIVE. Patented Anust 11, I860, and the only hive which is a perfect protection against the miller. The subscribers are the sole owbers of the right to make and vend the .above valuable hive. They are prepared at all times to fur nish them on ehort notice, and they warrant tbem to give entire, satisfaction. And having received notice that other parties intend to make and vend them, they now give notice that they will promptly prosecute every per son who shall make, sell or purchase any of said hives in Monroe oounty, except from the undersigned. ARTHUR OKIY, YM. HKNTHO&N, Feb. 11, 1161 2m Woodsfield. 0. NOTICE. ON the 4tk day of February, in the year 1861, tit Probate Coui t ef Afonroe Coua ty, declared the estate of William Tidd, Sen. deceased, to be probably insolvent. Credit ors are therefore required ta present their claims against the estate to tbe undersigned for allowance, within six months from the time above mentioned, or they will not be en- titloOto payment. WM. TIDD, Aim'r. February 13, 1S61.4W. Sheriff's Sale. P. C. Diehl, against as, 1 , Silas Jackson. BY virtne of a writ of esadtliens ereseai te me directed front the court, of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at-public auction, at tbe frontdoor of the conrt house, in the town sf Woodsfield, in said oounty, between the hours of 10 o'clook, a m and 4 o'clock, p. so., on Saturday, the 1 6th day ef March, Ittl, the following deserved real estate, situate in said oonnty, te wit: The north west quarter of seetion twenty, township fbstr and range Sro. Taken in execution and levied npon as the property of Silas Jackson, at tho suits of P. k C. Diehl. C. M MORROW, Sheriff, Feb. 14, 1 mi M Mem roe County, . GR0VER& BAKER'S NOISELESS t5 m ' t.: t- Fmaily Sewing Machines. NEW STTLES PRICES FROM $50 TO $125 EXTRA CITARGE OF $o FUK 1 1 EM ME US 495 BROADWAY-NEW YORK. A specimen may be see j calling at the resrdetice of tbe editor of this psper. H. R. WEST, Agent, . . . .Woodsfield, O. 1 Yaig's Tannery ! HIDES WANTED! J OSEPH CRAIfJ is carrying an his tanning business on a much larger scale than here tofore, ftyiftyy- fcoooi The Highest Price for Hides, in cash, or gives leathtr in exchange. tsrfAswO sMj.: GE Hides will be reeeived for him at Fred eric Kinos' boot and shoe establishment. fff Trj him befor? dealing elsewhere. ISWetaber tl, lt. ItodNoticc. Te the Commissioners of Jonree seuaty, I Ohio, we the undersigned ask for an alteration of the rellowmg part of a road, eenssneneing j at Killer's Mill, end running dswn tho ereek j through Robert Nerris' and Leonard Jackson's j land, to the mouth ef welf-pen run, a distance f half a mile, and there intersect the new I grade road leading from Woedslield to Antioeh, and a vseatiea ef the eld road. Lsoxjae Jacxsss and IS ethers. iuarrn ., laoi.-ev. Sheriff's Sale. bee -Marx Albert, ajtalaat , . - John Stukey and ethers. BY virtue of an order of sale in partition to me directed from the conrt of eoramrea pleas of Monroe county Ohio, 1 "will offer for sale, af public anetion, at the front door of tbe eenrt bense, in tbe town of Woodsfield, in said ceunty, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. re., and 4 o'clock, p. m., on Saturday, the 16th day of March. 111, the following described real estate, situate in said county, to wit: 1 :" iCl 1 Being part ef the north west quarter of see- j tion twenty-four, township four and range four, containing one hundred and forty. nine acres more or loss, and appraised et $2308. Also the fellowing real estate, to wit: The north east quarter of the north east quarter ef section thirty, township four and range four, containing thirty-eight acres, more or less. Said last tract appraised subject to tho dower estate of Uamiiih StuT:ey, at $592. Ordered to be Sold as tbe property of John Starkey, and others, at the suit of Jfarx Al berts. C. M. MORROW, Sheriff, Feb. 13, 1S51 $4,65 Monroe County O. Clarington Lodge. No 263, f F. k A. Mabobs, meets the Monday on or 1 1, ceding the full moon in eaoh month. JNO. D. O'CONNOR, W. M. James Marshall, 6. J1V. f G. I. Horn, J. W. ' Jacob T. Morrill, Soc'y. Wm. F. Booth. S. D. Henrj Shntn. J. I). I Robert Ckase, Tyler. JeAveba 4laskerly. T. " t3 ,a Jtuuary S3, 1SC1. ly. VANITY FAIR AWITT FAIR, Trh TUK ORRAT NATIONAL HUMOROUS WRttl LY JOURNAL, pronoujiccd 'by Competent Judges to be tho J.- (jflfJtJ Si-- MO DSL ILLUSTRATED PAPER an. Jt A.ilhli a. SPECI AL NOTICE. an extraordinary inducement te NKW A fiL'BiCUlBKRS. the following PREMIUMS, are offered. Upon tLe receipt of Three Dellrrsa copy of ' VANITY FAIR FOB OWE TIAE, And any NEW NOVEL OR PUBLIC ATIO iihs0tih from 1, 00 le 1,W. tUll FOUR DOLLARS, A copy of VANITY FAIR for one year, and oouna.copy 01 merristst vULUHJf, in a neat cloth binding, the retail price of which Is 12,00. These Premium Books will be sent .'! en rCSTAGK FRBB. FOR TJYK DOLLAR8, A copy of VANITY FAIR for one year, and a CERTIFICATE OF SUBSCRIPTION TO THB . Cosmopolitan Art Association, Which entitles tbe holder to 1st. The Su perb Steel Plate Engraving, "Falstaff Moslering his Recruits." 3d. ONE COPY, FOR ONR YEAR OF THB ELKOANTLY ILLUSTRATED ART JOURNAL. While as a gnrtnity, nearly Five Hnndred Works of Art, via: i , tr 1 i va I aintltlg8, MaibleS, Fai sanS, Ktch intra Art XUCBingS, tC. by toe oett artists in Karope aad America will be awai ded among members a truly mag nificent and national benefit. Tho ens-ravine will be ready for delivery on and after October Hth, and wiH be served to subscribers in the order of their subscriptions those coming in early, will tUereiorn receive the earliest im pression: they will he sent packed in strong cylinders, to any part of the country, except Calif.truiA, I otag?fwfc ' ' """." ' Subscribers in California, in tho Cauadas, the Provinces, the West India Islands, nasi in Europe will remit jjy crust eatrm to defray extra postages on the engraving. The -Abt JoffRXAU" is regularly maiiod npon each isstves via: March, June, September and Decern be s.. In remitting subscriptions, be sure to give your name in full, Town, County, and State. Seal all 1 Iter securely, and direct plain ly to LOBW I. STEPHENS. Publisher for Proprietors, He Nassan Street, Nett Xork. 99, lSU.--lw. Iyer's SarsapariUa A compound remedy, designed to be the wtess effectual AUtrativ that can be made. It as a concentrated extract of Fsra Sarseparilla, so combined -with other substances of still greater alterative power as to afford an tsTse tive antidote for the diseews SarsapariUa sft. v reputed to cur?. It is believed that kuch -remedy is wanted by those who suffer srosa Strumous complaint, and that one which will accomplish their cure nrast prove of immense service to this larg? class of our afflicted fellow, citizens. How completely tills eompoUmt wilT do it has been proven by experiment nn many -' of the worst cases to be found of tha AiUc-wing.. complaints: ScKori'L Ar Scnovut.otjs Co:rT. ' KaurnoMt a n Kuurrtvn Orsassas, I'vtst, FmrLRS, Hi.orcuss. 1'imous. Saj.t Kaewn, Scat.d IIAi, Ssraiu's axr Srrim.i-ric Ar- VKCTIONS, MlJUi.TklAT. DllKASS, LfllOrst, Jf 8X- KALOtA on Tic Uoui.ruaat.'X, LrBPtui rf , Lf s rarstA axu LKOiOBsTiox, Eutsit-bi.as, Bos oa St. Anthoht's Fran, and indeed ths wholo class of complaints aridng from Ixrvxivt o THl BuOOU. This compound will he found a great pro- . . moter of health, whtn takrn in the spring, to expel ihe foul h'umon-s winch festrf In tho blood at tint seasoii of the year, lly the time ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders are nipped in th Iml Multitudes can, by' the aid ef this remedy, spire themselvee from ths endurance of foul eruptions an I fttceroiu sores, through which the sysUrrr will strive ts rid itself of coirtiptious, if not assisted to dsV this through the natural channels of the bod by an alterative medicine. Clvauoo out the vitiated blood wliensver you fin J its impurities '. bursting through tho skin in pirn piss, eruptions or sores; clc.inae it when vou Hud it ie oa- k structed and sluggish iu ths v:ins; deansw It ; vrhenevir it is foul, ami your feelings will tail you when; Even where no particular disordet '"' is felt, people enjoy better health, and llvse longer, for cleansing the blood. Keen tho blood healthy, and all is well ; but with thi Cibulum of life disordjred, there can be Mr sting health. Sooner or later siiinswasm FT must go wrong, and ths great machinery w t life is disordered 'or overthro'.vn. SarsapariUa ha nd deserves mnsh, thef K reputatio:i of accomplishing thane ends. Bof V the world has been egTegiously deceived by preparatloni of it, ).irtly because the drug alone has not all the virtue that is churned for it, but mors bscmuse many preparations, ';' pretending to bs concentrated extracts of it, contain but little of the virtue of BarsapariOa, or any thing else.- " ''dTlo During late years the public have been mis led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart of Extract of Sareaparilla for one dollar. Most of these have been frauds upon the sick, fa they not only contain Httle, if any, Sarsinva-' rilla, but often no curative properties wliatov er. Hence, bitter end painful disappoiutmanS .. has followed ths use' of the various extracts of 8arsaparilla which flood tlit Birk.TtVSe name itself is justly despised, and has beeoaso synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still we calletliis compound SarsapariUa, and intend to supply such remedy as shall rescue tho ' name from the load of obloquy which rosSs upon it. And we think 'we have ground far believing it has virtues which are irresistible ' ' by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend ed to cure. Iu ord?r to secure their corea4ej. eradication from the system, the remedy shout be judiciously taken according to dire rigas em the bottle, !,-'' e-i eaT DIR. J. C. AVER Jfc CO, T 5 LOWKLL, MASS. sfa-lee, tfsrBlUt Btx 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral- bss won fnr Itself such a renown fir the Oars of erery variety of Threst and l.uug ('.m;tlsiut, UaB it Is entirely unnecessary fir ns tj re-otsnl e evidence ef its virtue, where'er it baa been sxa ployed. As it lies- I'ing lne i H eAnU:i esc throughout this seetin-.i, p need nold lasre then assure the people itesjuelity is BK op fct tho oaeS it ever hs been, sml rhst it mar lie relied est t do fur their relief all It has ever beeu fouud to 4tv Aycr's Cathartic Pills, XOa TUX OsT Costiienttt, Jauniict, Uytfpiis, hiUpttHe Dipenttry,- f-eul Siomacb, Kryripttat, TeaAeeAe, I'iht, n 1 rtimo.'i m, Binpiimu lend .'itits 7Jsssseessv J'rer Complaint, Ihopiy, TU; TUmart sssd Smlt Rhfn, Warm; Citif, Xtitfim, O JJs'mm- I'M, and for Ptwifyi IS ttbtd. Tltey are sugsr-msted. en ilis ihe meet sestet- , Ut can tike then pl'ssentlr, end they are tho beat aperient in the world fur ell the purueee of O ' family physit. ?o!id Pries Xi csatt per Toz ; Tiv baj,- far 4 GreatBuni'toreofr'rttTinon, P!iTskUi.e,rWee men, nj eminent pcrsonsjjeo, nsre bnt their name to eertify the unvtaral'eled uernilnewe f these ' reuiedtea, Imt our epsce here will nn. permit Ibf ! Irmertihn of thent. The Axenta lielow namril Jhr- . niah (jratiso ir Assiltttx ii.siKsc'r.i whtohtlier ' sregirfu; with alwi full (Jsv-riil ous.of Ihe aitoyna; euniptaint, aiiil the treatment tlil sh.tuld be M sowrdfor their-cure. - '", - I PWb testis Jt not lie pnt o Iit unpvinpi;ilsj eeelers si Other Tn-epert'it:is tmf mik mWre rjoflt ea. Demand Avail's, e-.nt take no odber. The ssell-! want the best aid tiiereie fur the , suA tkey sheold have It. J AHour remedies ore tor le ly FOR 8 A LB BY - ' :' A JOHN M. KIRK BRIDE, Woodaled; C. KOTZ ERKU, Malaga: c,,,-- t P. MILKS & SON, Somertoa. ' j, Augnst 29,18tJ0: ly. LARGE TANNERY 1 ilsaraa large tannery in the town of Stafford,. V Ohio, constructed on tbe latent lat" saving improvements; the vats are all nasststr cover; good shops, bark sheds, sUblingaseeV Astf ltWW saHC. ' .fit n A ovuer out nouses wun a large two story irasnsy honse for the nse of two families on the prem- i E u. j-aiiB.s. J jkSVX I af iocs. a ue usoii teat auie. snnnery will no evifs separately or together to suit the piisnaawf Enquire of either of the eebeoribora. 1 :.z: william .uwej,:. BENAtUN BUI Feb. 27, 1M1. tit SALE OF SCHOOL LAN D& NOTICE is hereby given, that I will staffer for sale at" public auction, at tke frontdoor of tbe court honse in Woods fold, Monroe) eonnty, Ohio, IJ' Xi" ut On the 11th day 0 Jpr4lVmill ga between tho hours of 1 o'clock, A. M., and. 4 o'clock, P. M., the following-described traeti of land, to wit: Tbe east halt of the north west quarter of section number Iff, tn svraftaSsy surveyed township number 8, aad ratagommtn--ber 7, oontainiig 80 acres. Bating tho SB ma land sold by the Auditor of said coanty est. tke 4th day of Afarch A. D. 184S, to Charles Dailey, for five hnndred and seventeen dol lars and six ty eight cents, and by hhn Isansirffo'tf to William Dailey, aad by said William Dai ley assigned to David Korabey; and tho onid David Forshey having failed to comply wllK the revnlretr.ents of tbe law under which tho above-described land -era sold, tbe same hav ing been sold by au act at the UgisUtstr of the State aforesaid, passed February ,rji 1843, and the amendatory act thereto, the above described tract of rand will ha-ve ta !! for tho cam of one hundred and Bfty one doP lars and tfty cents, to be paid on tho day e MARTIN L. BOWill, Andttor or Monroe coanty, hie. Feb. 17, 18S1 nt. ' . , . Monroe Lodge If. US. P Free and Aeoented M atone, meet eta. J Wednesday evening oa or preceding full moon and on Wednesday two after,, as the Masonic Hall. OofFIOSBS: . JOHN 3. WAT: W. IkT O.H.DAvr.KiMKT.S.W J. F. ltARBst.vni. W, M IloRvrLEK, Treae. Jbur. Win lAnsv ti. W D. H.WBSBT, Tyitirnt Woovisteld, fceW. 1MU.