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Tlie Democratic Party.
!f ol day paasea which does not reTeal me -ve. t nr tendency in political affairs woi'-u demo: f.r uea ihe absolute) necessity of Hie DeiT'.i party. The divided nd helpless cou lition of the Republican ' orgnau uiou the total failure of their leaders to comprehend the straggle iheir factious opposition to the President hecHune he has followed the heritable irrittiou which forces Administrations w Democratic policies the growing Monarchical spirit in one wing of that organization, and the disregard of the Constitution by another all prove that a strong radical party, devoted to the Constitution as it is, is now, as in the day of Jackson and Jefferson, an imper lettable necessity of the country. We say radical, because the conservatism of American institutions is the most radical npport of the rights of men. Such a party are the Democracy. As in the past they have been, so in the present they re the only organization devoted to feer Institutions for white men, and who are unincumbered with policies and isms which render the Union of the States im possible. They are the only party which has entered the war with entire constitu tional loyalty, and who have neither by word nor deed embarrassed the Adminis tration ia the prosecution of it. They well knew that this mast be a Democratic war in order to be a successful one, and they have made it a Democratic war. Whoever doubts this, let him look at the composition of the army; let him mark the conduct of Democratic Generals; let him listen to the teachings of Democratic leaders upon the stump, and in all the ef forts which have been made to supply the Government with men and money. These are facts spread upon the page of Ameri can history, there to remain forever, with all the other chronicles of glory, power, and prosperity already profusely record d by the Democratic party in their long administration of the country. They tamp them as the governing power, aud the very brains of the nation, and prove that, while elections may go against them, they still govern the country, because they are true to its greatest necessities. We say that at this very instant they govern the country. They are the tie which binds Kentucky. Missouri, East Tennessee, Maryland, and the loyal parts of Virginia and North Carolina to the Unioo. Tbey, and they aloue, constitute the support of the Presideut against the tarbnlent factions which now assail him If it were not for them, the abolition tide would sweep away for ever every vestige Of loyalty soath of Mason's and Dixon's line, and would involve the North in strife the consequences of which we hardly dare name. They hare from the outset been in favor of a vigorous prosecution of the war Tbey required real vigor, such as would have Characterized Jackson or Douglas under similar circumstances. They uu derstood that all talk of emancipation, banging and confiscation would be mere nonsense ia the ears of men who, by turn ing rebels, dared emancipation, confi&ca tion and hanging. To them this talk was mit ... 11 ae saying so a soldier, -'yoa may be killed if yotf go into battle." The solder would reply, of course, "I know that as well as yoa." What was needed was men and money actual fighting material; and ioib tney resolutely labored to give the uorernment, They struck at onee, as the Democracy always do. at the true business aspect of the situation. The great ce ceasity of the country, after Sumter fell, was fighting. That was the Democratic view, at least so they have gone into tbe fight, while their Abolition opponents bate gone into the talk. But they have gone into the fight for the sake of the Constitution. They therefore deny the power of the Government to alter the iu stitutions of States. The Administrate has assumed the same grounds. Tfasy were obliged to do it, because they could not carry on the war ia any other way. Een the present Congress, after the de feat of Bull Run, were compelled to oc copy the same position by the adoption of the Crittenden resolution, and to re cognize, with an emphasis unknown in ow legislation, the great legal fact of property in man. They could not heli mi umu. luey COUia not hp. ti t, mi ... . ' iu,LuWi,ca. j.aey were obliged to Jo I that, or to make every man. woman and ehtld aoath of the Ohio, thn nhi.- Jeff. Davis. Auoury g8,ve way to fact aoa the dogmas ou which the Conirres k. I f j - i . " nw oarrieq me election were swept awav by their first acts of legislation. Thus the Democracy are triumphant, even when the Republicans hold the Government. They cannot cease to triumph without the destruction of the Government. When their ideas and spirit no longer dominate in this terrible crisis of the Na tion, the end will have come. Cricaao Timu. : What Mr. Secretary Seward aid to correspondent of the Missouri JUpablican: "It would be as absurd for one of us to-day to spend our time in laying plans for future political advance ment, as it would for Noah to have uajd up his forty days in the ark laying out tpwD lets on Mount Ararat. Air ex hange bbjm that Eia'iop Polk, the Confederate (jeneral at Columbus lentuckv, "has learned to swear like a trooper." j The N. T. Times advises an immedi ate embargo an ship timber. Late pur chases for the British admiralty have almost cleared the market. There is a rumor that Gen. Caleb Cashing will be sent to Ship Island to supersede Gen. Phelps, receiving u commission as Brigadier General. GEN. Lamder is growing much better of his wound. lie takes the air dnih ad will soon be at Camp life agai... Col. Thomas Francis Meagher has been appointed a Brigadier General of Volunteers. Should Ool. Corcoran be released or exchanged, the Government will confer a similar appointment upon him. OLD MONROE AHEAD! Bounty aud 160 Acres of Land ! A COMPANY CALLED THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER ! is now forming at Lewisville, Monroe County, Ohio, where it will remain nntil fall. Old Monroe has done nobly for the cause of the Union. A few more men are still wanting to fill od her auota. ... a a So come along, brave boys, here is an opportunity to enroll your names in one of the finest companies yet raised in the county. Your country reeds your aid to sustain the liberty purchased by the blood of our forefathers. This Company, when fall, goes to Camp Tupper, Marietta. The Regiment will receive Enfiele Rifles. Pay and subsis tence to commence from date of muster. Apply to PETER DILLON, or J. L CAROTHERS, J. W n A MILTON, Recruiting Officers 77th Regiment, 0. V. Jan. 8. 1862. 3t Courts for 1862. By virtue of the power vested in ns by law, we, the Judges of the Court of Com mon Pleas within and for the Eighth Ju dical District of the State of Ohio, do hereby ascertain and fix the times of hold ing the several Terms of the Court of Common Pieas and District Court, iu the several Counties of said District, for the year 1862, as follows: The Court of Common Pleas shall be I held in the County of Muskingum on Tuesday the eighteenth day of February; on Monday the nineteenth day of May, and on Monday the third day of Novem ber. In the county of Morgan, on Tuesday the twenty-fifth day of March; on Tues day the fifteenth day of Jnly, and on Tuesday the twenty-first day of October. Iu the couoty of Mr.uroe, ou Tuesday the eighteenth day of February; on Tues day the twentieth day of May, aad on Tuesday the fourth day of November. In the couuty of Belmont, on Tuesday the eleventh day of March; On Tuesday the tenth day of Juue. aud on Wednesday the fiitecuth dajr of October. In the couuty of Noble, on Tuesday the fourth' day of March, on Tuesday the third day of June, and ou Wednesday the fifteenth day of October v, y7 In the county of Tuscarawas, on the eighteenth day of February; on Tuesday the twentieth day of May. and on Tues day the twenty-eigh'.h day of October. In the county of Guernsey, on Monday the tenth day of March; on Monday the ninth day of June, and on Monday the tenth day of November. In the cjuu:y of Jefferson, on Tuesday the eleventh day of March; on Tuesday the tenth day of June, and on Tuesday the eleventh day of November. In the county of Harrison, on Tuesday the eighteenth day of February; on Tues day the tweutieth day of May, aud on Tuesday ihe tweuty eighth day of Octo- The District Court shall be held Ir: the comity of Tuscarawas, on Tues day the second day of September. In therconnty of Muskingum, ou Thurs day the fourth day of September. Ia the couuty of Morgan, on Tuesday the ninth day of September. In tho coui.ty of Guernsey, on Friday the twelf.h day of September. Iu the county of J'fferson, on Wednes day the seventeenth day of September. In the couuty of Harrison, on Moirday the twcnlyseeund day of September Iu the county of Belmont, on Wednes day the twenty-fourth day of September In the county of Monroe, on Monday the twenty uiuth day of September. Iu the county of Nuble, on Wednesday the first day of October Given under our handH, at the oil '. J i " "V ' v .'.. 1 1. i, ,1.... .,f t i . ' iuwmu u; W1 v,u,uucr : ' LK one t!l0us,ied clSh boudred 8Dd .sixty. one. LUCIUS P. MARSH, JOHN W, OKBY, N. EVANS, J'idges of said Court. I certify that the foregoing is a full and true copy of the original order now on file in my office. DANIEL WALTON, Clerk of Court of Monroe county, O December 4,-6 si $12 30 JOHN W, OARO'MERS. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. BOUSE PAINTING, GLAZING, GRAINING, PAPKR HANHINtJ. LKTTRRING, RL'ADY M1XKU PAINTtS OK ALL COLOR, jgr Dons and prepared in the most fashion able styles, aud ou ttie shortest uotice, Oct. Id, lSul ly. Home Testimony. Walkut Ridor iaw.ence 'County, O., 1 April 8fl8r9. Dr. C, XV. Roback Sir: For the beuelt uf the guffirfng' humanity, permit one to say that I have fuund your Suuudinaviau Blood Pills aud Bli'O I PuiLSer a sure cure for Indigestion and Liver Complaints. Mr. P. Myein of this place was prostrated with this disease, bis cae was pronounoed almost hopeless. A lew boxes of the Pills, and bottles of Pru'ifler cured him go that he is now able to labur. See advertisement in another column. Yoars truly, NICHOLAS HULL. 1lE NRT MARTIN'S ESTA TE TOTICK ia hereby giv-n that the ftthscrU- J.1 berg have been appointed and qualified bv the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, as Administrators of the Estate of Heury ' Martin, late of jlionroe Connty, Ohio, deceased. Fit Kuli MARTIN, WM. MONTGOMERY, Deo 5, 1841 3w. 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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. THE LAW OP 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 unt il all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take chei- papers from the offices to which they are directed, they are held responsible till they have settled the bill, and ordered them discon tiuued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the pa pers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 6. The conrts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, ia prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. Business Cards. J. O. AMOS. J. C. MORROW. AMOJS & MORROW ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS Woodsjield, Monroe Co., O. WILL faithfully and promptly attend to all business eutruspted to their care, ggf Office, two doors north of Koehler's store. Nov. 6, 18G1 ly. JOSEPH W. RICHARDSON, Attorney at Law, WOODSFIELW, MONROE CO., OHIO. Will practice in Monroe and adjoining Counties. Office up stairs over Sinclair & Ba ker's grocery. July 16, 1661. JOEL F. RANDOLPH, Attorney & Counsellor NOTARY PUBLIC, Woodsjield, Monroe County, Ohio. Particular attention to collecting; will draw aud acknowledge all legal instruments of writing. Office two doors south of Spirt office. June 11, 18(51 ly. J. P. SPRIGGS, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, CALAIS, OHIO. December 16,1860. JACOB T, MORRILL, Attorney & Counsellor at Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Clarington, Monroe County, 6V TTTILL promptly and faithfully attemt to V V hnsinesa entrusted to his care. Com V9!! aonu - ht. and litigation used only as the last .,u. ,rl lifiantion ""5"" " resort. Oct. 31. '60 DR. J. H. PIERSON AFF1 FFRRS his professional services to the citiBens of Woodsfield and vicinity. He may alwaj-8 be found ready to accommodate his numerous patrons at the old stand. May 16, 1360 ly. DR. W. G. WEBB, RESPECTFULLY offers his professional ser- vices to the citizens of Cameron and vicinity. 4g"Offioe at the residence of Mr. John N. Marshall. References are made to Drs. J. G. McCcixocgh and Lewis Gratignt, of Beallsville, October 15, I860. EDWARD ARCHBOLD, A. 0. ARCHBOT.n. Notary Public. AROHBOLU & SON ATTORNEYS AT LlW Woodsfield, Ohio. 55fParticular attention given to all business entrusted to their care in the counties of Mon oe, Noble, Belmont, and Washington. Dr. T. Sinclair Having resnmed the Practice of Med icine, tenders his Professional ser vices to the citizens of Woodsileld and vicinity. Residence one door north of Drigg's .Store. JOHN NOLI,, AGENT AND SECRETARY OF THE Monroe Mutual Insurance Company llILL attend on MONDAY OF EACH WEEK V at the Office of the Savings Institute. This being the day set apart tor this purpose, all persons having business with the Company will please cail on this day. Fab. U, 187. SAMUEL GRIMSHAW. WILLIAM WALTON Drs. GRIMSHAW & WALTON Respectfully infoitn the citizens of Woodsfteld and vicinity, that having removed from New Castle, they offer their Professional services to those requiring them. Office opposite J. M. Kirkbride's resi lience, Woodsfield, O. Nov. 13, 1861 ly. Duct, Lavosicr H, Gratigny BTv fVFFKRS his professional services fgfr U to the citius of BEALLSVILLE aud vicinity. He may always be found ready to accommodate his patrons at the residence of his fath er, Dr. L. Gratieny, in Beallsville. October 8, IStil 3m. pd. Dr. J. M. Evans, RESPECTFULLY offeishis professional ser vices to the citizens of STAFf ORD aud vicinity. Office two doors south of Wells' store; where he may always ba found, except when professionally absent. Reference is made to D?. J. K. Thomas, of Beallsville, Ohio. Sept. 4. 1861 4m. pd. The new and fast running steamer B Jk 0 ta S Captain CHARLES BOOTH, is running regularly between Wheeling & Parkersburg. She leaves Wheeling every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 o'clock A. M., and Parkersburg every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 o.clock A. M., For frei at or passage apply on board. SUNFISII HOUSE. P. DILLON, Pkofribtor. fJUlK Proprietor begs leave to inform thn 1 public that he has thoroughly repaired and newly furnished the above named hotel, aud is now prepared to accommodate travelers and boarders. I Every attention will be paid to those who favor him with a call, and no pains will be spared to make their stay pleasant. His table shall be well provided, and his charges mod erate. He will also rnn a retrula Tri-Weekly Hack between WOODSFIELD AND CLARINGTON. Leaving Clarington every Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o,clock A. M., and Woodsfield every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, same time. Sept. 11, '61 ly. PETER DILLON. NEW TIN SHOP- WILLIAM ROSE respectfully the public that he has bot announces to bought out the stock of W. W. Jordan, consisting of all kinds of tin aud copper ware, stoves, iiu., and that his shop is now opposite the jail, where he will at all times be found ready to do any kind of Job Work in his line, aud attend to his cus tomers. ft. El- The books of .Ionian & Rose aie in my possession, and all persons that are indebt ed to said firm will please call and settle their accounts. vVILLIAM ROSE. Nov. 11, 1861 ly. WOODSFIELD CHAPTER OF ROYAL ARCH MASONS, Meets on 31ouday evening next after each full moon. W. HOLL1STER, H. P. h S. Wat. Sec'y. February 11, 1661. BL00MEK HOPSE. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. T. K. Davis Proprietor. TOMMY DAVIS HAS TAKEN CHARGE OF 1 the hotel, formerly the Holland house, on tbe corner of Main cross street and the public square, where he will be pleased to see his old customers; and be begs leave to as sure them that they will find him as attentive and accommodating as at his old stand. He has thoroughly refitted aud refurnished the house from garret to cellar, and pledges him self that no house in Woodsfield shall give more general satisfaction. To his old customers be need say nothing; new ones are xeuested to try him. April 15th, 1860. Wheeling and Parkersburg: NEW MAIL PACKET J. HARRISON, MASTER. Runs regularly between Wheeline and Parkersburg, leaving Wheeling every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Returning, leaves Parkersburg every Monday,, Wednesday and Friday, at half past 5 o'clock a.m. jjb !HI'LttUG,ierk. J. D S T A U V E R, Bui Clock and Watch Maker, WOODSFIELD. MONROE CO. O. Will keep an assortment of watches, clocks, jeweiry ana notions. His prices shall com pare favorably with those of Wheeling and .aueavme. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry care fully repaired and Warranted. TEKMS, POSITIVE.'. CASH. Doc. 15 185S. m . mi rue friuxuai FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY WOODSFIELD. OHIO. This company, being organized under a favor able charter obtained from the Legislature, i now in a prosperous condition, aud ready to Insure Hotels, Dwelling House, Barns, Stables; Store Houses, Shops, &o., &c, against loss by tire. DIRECTORS. Nathan hollister, isaac smith, JNO. M. KIRKBRIDE, WM. OKEY, LEWIS SHIFLKY. J. B. OBLINOER, W. A. TAI.BOTT, F. KOEHLER, J. A J. W. ARMSTRONG, F. A. LAMPING, H. C KOTZEBUK, JOHN M. ROWND. DAVENPORT. JOHN A. DAVENPORT, Pres't. Hollibtkr, Treas. J. B. NOLL, Secretary and General Agent. Nov IS, 1861 ly. N r JAMES C. ORE. JOSEPH 0. LITTLE 1861. 1861. BOOKS, W ALL-PAPERAND STATIONERY. No, 106 Main Street, WHEELING, VA WE have just received our Spring Stock of WALL PAPER, BORDERS, WINDOW SHADES, $c. Having the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK of PAPER HANGINGS in the City, we are prepared to offer unparal lelled iuducements to COUNTRY MERCHANTS! Our stock of stationery consists of CAP, LETTER, NOTE, LADIES PA R CIIMENT. R E CORD CA P LEGAL AND FLAT CAP PA PERS Envelopes of all styles and grades, and everything bt-longing to the stationery line OP 9 SCHOOL BOOKS. LAW. MKDICAL. THEOLOGICAL AND MISCEL AINEOUS HOOKS always on hand. " IE are agents for the W American Tract Society, Sunday School Union, and Presbyterian Board of Publication We invite the special attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to our stock. HT HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR RAGS. 106 Main St., Wheeling, Ya. Aarch 13,1861: STAFFORD LODQE No. 300 Of free and accepted Masons, meet the Monday on or preceding the full moon in each mouth. G. W. MASON, W. M. J. B. Williams, S. W. J. W. Bahset, J, W. Wm. Brock, S. D. Wm. L. Moktok, J, D. Joseph Ball, Trcas. J. J. Calvert, Tyler. A. H. Ketteler, Secretary. Stafford, March 1st, 1809. JOHN B. NOLL Notary Public OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OF J. F. RANDOLPH'S HOTEL. Will attend to taking and certifying depo sitions, acknowledging deeds and powers of Attorney, receiving, making and recording notorial protest and giving notice thereof, ad ministering oaths, &c. Woodsfield, O., July 17, '59. Honroe Lodge No. 189. Fre6 and Accepted Masons, meet on 0"v Wednesday of or preceding each full moon, at seven o'clock, P. M., at tbe Masonic Hall in Woodsfield. OFFICERS: JOHN S. WAY, W. M. O.H.Davespout.S.W. I J. D. Stacver, Sec'y. J. F. Randolph, J. W. Jere. Williams, S. D M. Hoeffler, Treas. H. B. Hill, J. D. D. Nswhact, Tyler. Woodsfield, April 10, 1861. Monroe Agricultural Works THEE SHIN G MACHINES. Threshers and Cleaners. 11 orse Powe r s. BUILDING & REPAIRING. has now the entire control of this establish ment, by tar the most extensive of the kind in the county. Mr. Horn is amply prepared to do all work in his line on tbe Shortest Notice and Best of Terms, being provided with a STEAM ENGINE to propel tlieir Lathe, he will do Turning, either in Iron or Wood of any and all kinds in such a manner and at such prices that all will be satisfied. He will also REPAIR ENGINES. BOILERS AND MACHINERY. of all kin. is in the best and most substantial manner. Mr. HORN'S long experience warrants him in saying that he will in all cases render en- tiiw satisfaction. Tie is also prepared (having made recent arrangements) to do blacksmitbing of all kinds, including horse-shoeing, ironing wagons or anything desired in this line. GEORGE P HORN. August 8, 1860. tf. W. T. SINCLAIR. MARTIN BAKER, JR SINCLAIR & BAKER npAKM pleasure in announcing to their ens J toiners, and the public in general, tha they have now on hand, and intend keeping constantly, a general assortment of DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, VAR NISHES, BRUSHES, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY, NOTIONS, &c. Also Gtoieries of various kinds Iron, Nails, Plow-points, Salt, (Kanawa and Pomeroy.) gf Produce of every kind will be received m exchange for goods. Woodsfield, Sept. 10, lfeOo. Legal Notice. TO ELIZABETH JOHNSON: As you have no knnwn Agent in this State, and reside out of the same, yon will tabe notice that on the ISthdayof December, 18(11, at the office of Milton Harvey, Justice of tbe Peaoe in the town of Mooifield, llarrison County, Ohio, 1 shall proceed to take the depositions of divers witnesses, at the usual business hours of said day, to be read in evidence ou my Petition for Divorce, iu the Court of Common Pleas of Aionroe County, Ohio. . VVILLIAM JOH.oSQN. EnwAitD Akciiboi.d, Attorney for 1 Tff. November la, 1H61. tiwpd AND M0 RT GAGES, FOR SALE AT THIS OFFLOK. R. R R. FAREWELL Calomel, Bine Pill, Quinine. FAREWELL OPIUM, CHLOROFORM, AND ALCOHOL. Rabway's Rem edies combine all that is required for the purgation, purification, reg ulation, invigora tion, and harmo nization of all the organs of the hu man body. Radway's Rea dy Relief, taken as a preventive, fortifies the frame against the influ ences of bad air, bad water, damp, ..udilen changes if temperature, and every species of infection. It calms the throes J. aeonv as oil stills the waves Taken at the first outset of any disease, it u..- aiune. Administered later, it suspends tbe disorder, and affords an oppor tunity for the other remedies to exercisa their benign influence. IMPORTANT TO PARENTS. Every parent should keep a supply of Rad way's Ready Relief constantly in the house. It not only cures but will ward off attacks of Fever and Acue. Croup, Influenza, Sore Throat, Small Pox, Scarlet Fever, Typhoid Fever, and other malignant diseases, and in cases of Rheuiatisui, Neuralgia. Cramp, Spasms, Pains, Aches, and other infirmities, in application of the Ready Relief externally, or a teaspoonful in a little water as a drink, will stop the most excruciating pains iu from five to fifteen min utes. In severe attacks of Croup Diptheria or Sore Throat Plague Radway's Ready Relief will always save life, and quickly cure the pa tient. For worms there is no medication so quick as a dose of Radway s Ready Relief. RADWAY'S REGULATING PILLS Are the great regenerative medicine of the age. Ladies for years the victims of depress ing, lite-consuming complaints of a special nature, are restored to health and vigor by their nse. All the ordinary affections of the Stomach, bowels, and liver, yield to tbe first or second dose. Six Pills suffice in tbe worst cases, and they operate in from three to six hours, more effectually than 30 of the drastic class given in such nauseating quantities. Coated with sweet gnm the Pills bav no dis agreeable flavor. They not only cure Costive ness quickly but permanently, a, id in bilious ness they are iufallible. Dyspeptics who have suffered for years, recover in a few weeks im- i der this painless, operation. They act power fully upon the circulation of the biood, ren dering it uniform aud equable throughout the system. RADWAY'S RENOVATING RE SOLVENT Searches the diseased blood, an'd purges it of inflammatory and corrupting particles. For cbronic diseases, supposed to be infixed in the tleh and tissues past all help, it is tbe one sole invariable cure. There is not a flesh or skin disorder that can resist tbis mighty dis infectent. Ulcerated Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Tubercles on the lungs, all tonus of ulceration inward or outward, succumb before its auti septic anti-inflammatory action. Radway's Remedies are sold by Druggists everywhere. RADWAY & CO., 23 John Street, N. Y. J- M. KIRKBRIDE, J. T. JUDKINs. Agents. Jan. 8, 18'J2 5t Clarington Lodge. No. 263, f F. & A. Masons, meets the Monday on or ceding the full moon in each month. JNO. D. O'CONNOR, W. M. James Marshall, S. W. I G. P. Horn, J. W. Jacob T. Morrill, Sec'y. Wm. F. Booth, S. D. Henri Schutty. J. D Robert Chase, Tyler. James Messerly, T Jinuary 18, 1861 ly H P. UAGER T. COLriTTS HAG EE & COLPITIS. MANUFACTURES OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLE MONUMENTS, Tombs, Head-Stones, &c ON NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS AND OF SUPffiHIOB, WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH. tf. Persons wishing to purchase will finrl it to their interest to give ua a call before going elsewhere. MARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN. BARNESV1LLK. OUIO. June 10, lstil ly. Sunfish and Wheeling; Packet. THE FAST RUNNING STEAMER J"V"'"': 1NG0MARI CAl'T. STEPHEN THOMPSON, eaves Snu fish every morning- for Wheeling, returning every evening, remaining at Wheeling several houra. Nov. 0, '58. JUDKINS & HALL, AT THE THREE STORY BRICK FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY F. G. OKEY, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DRUGS & MEDICINES. CHHMI CALS, VARNISHES, DYE WOODS, WINDOW DFE STUFFS, GLASS, OILS, PAINTS, PUTTY, PAINTERS' GLASSWARE, ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, Also Fine Soaps, Fine Hair and Tooth Brushes. Surgical and dental Instruments, Pure Wines and Brandies for Medical purposes, Fancy Articles, Camphene, Turpentine, and all the Patent or Proprietary MEDICINES OF THE DAY. Also a choice lot of FAMILY GROCERIES, such as TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR. SYRUPS, RICE, SOAPS and all other articles in the line. We make our purchases for Cash and offer goods as low as they can be obtained from any similar establishment in this section, and war ranted to be fresh, pure and genuine. Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed, with regard both to price and quality. jgJPhysic,ians prescriptions attended to at all hour? of the day or night. ifayl 1861 ly. Scrofula, or King's is a constitutional disease, a corruptio blood, by which tbis fluid becomes 'Vitiated, weak, and poor. Being ir the circulation, it pervades the whole body, and may burst out in disease on any part of it. No organ- is free from its attacks, nor u there one which it mj not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously caused by mercurial uisease, low uvingr un ordered or unhealthy fbedv impure air, anu hltliy habits, the depressing vices. aoovc all. bv tbe venereal infection. ever bo its origin, it is hereditniy in the. con stitution, descending " from parents to onnorw unto the thu d and loui lh gentratipn ; U it seems to be the rod of Him who says. wul visit tbe iniquities of the fathers their children. . , I Its effects commence by depotion from tntr blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter,' wakly i$ the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed tubercles; in the glands, swellings; anoVoH the surface, eruptions or soreR. This fuui ctti ruption, which genders in the blood, dyrese the energies of life, so that sci ofukU'Coui-Ml tvsns not only sutler from scrofulous com plaints, but tbey have far less power to with stand the uttaeks of ether diseases; eohatv qucntly vast numbers polish by disorder which, although not scrofulous in their nature, are stdl rendered fatal by tlii taint i tli system. Most of the consumption which de cimates the human family has its origin direct) f in tliis scrofulous contamination ; and' many destructive diseases of tbe liver, kidneys, brnln, and, indeed, of ali tbe organs, arise from or are aggravated by the same cause. One quarter of ;dl our people are crofnTot f. their persons are invaded by this lurking ia fection, and their health is undermined by it To cleanse it from tbe system we must rcnovate the blood by an alterative medicine,, l Oad in vigorate it by healthy food and exercise Such a medicine wo supply in A YE ITS 1 SJ rompnnnd Extract of Rnrmparillsf,. the most effectual rcm"ly which the medical, skill of our times can dfvite for this every where prevailing and fatal malmlv. It in coittr biivd from the most active rcmcdials that have- been discovered for the cxpu' gallon of this foul disorder from the blood, nnd the rescue of th- system from its desti uctivc consequence. IlencJ it shoulil he employed for tbe cure of not only Scrofula, but also tho-e other affec tions which arise from it, sn. li as rm rnva and Skin Disiwsi.s, Sr. Anthony' Fun:, Hosic, or Envsiri.i.As, "Pivii'i.F.s, fnsTfj.KSv Bi.otcu'm. Bi.Aixs a:id Bou s.'I'i mohs.Tkttck and Salt Hurry, Scu.n llu.i, Kixowoa, ltill'.UMAi ism, Svrmi.iTic and M unci ill A L. Ill; eases, Dnoi'sv, lYsri.i-si., Dkiiu.itv. nnd, indeed, am. Complaints auisino fkom Vitia ted ok Imvi kk bl.oon. 'the popular belief ii " iiiijiiaifi of lite L'uttU" is founded i) truth, for scrofula i.su d generation of the blood. 'lhe particular purpoc and virtue of this Sr.rsUpa rillu is to purify and legeiierale ibis vital Uuid, will, out which tound health is uupuosiblo in toutauiiuuUd constitutions. AYSR'S Ague Cure, rOU THE Sr'LEDY Cl'ItK Of IntcrmlltD KVer. or T'cyrvr nnd Agn, lit niit it t'Vvcr, Cliill Fivrr, Dmub Agu-. Ft-rio:'-isut Ilrudoc lie. or Ktltaaa riiKtlu. lie. in: i I;:tioii!) Feirra, ini or te ivliole tlnss orrilarnnri ortalw- i iu 1Uiii j iioUij(Wut itliaid 1JT the Miliaria or IU lusmatle Ccnntrlcs. Vf are enabled ticre to off -rtlie enthtnunity 4' rsnirdj wttMi. !. He it easars tile alwt complains) with certain'. ,s ;i:!l perfect!)! lmnulcxK in ;u.y quantity. Sih-!- a remedy is irvahialiloin ctUtr ts whire tlisr-e SSlfctiug m urders prevail. TWa " Ccuii " exp-l the miasmatic pm.on of FcTKB ano Aorr. froni the system, and prevents the de vclopiucnt fit" Ike tils' :is', if ti'Ueu on I be first ap proach of it- prcniii'iiioi) synqumns. ll is not only Hie ins! rnuCiiv i-ver jet ciiseovcrrd fr Hit cUn of c....iplaints, nut idsjp the cheapest. The lare qu:iittu we supply for a doll; r 1 lings it within the rearii oj every l-d. ; aud in b.lion.saUtiii-ts, whetw b'uVBU anu AhUS previ.iis, rierv ho iv xliould have it and use it freely both fur cure nnd protec tion. A fo'.-at suieiv-r!ty cf this remedy over any other ever discovered fir the speedy ai d ceriin rureof Intciuvticnts is that it ro-.itan s no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces no mtiiiistn or other injurious ellects w i.atever upon Ihe eon-titii-tion. 'those cured hy it arc left as healthy a tf thev had never luid the diiiease. 1'evcr aud Ague is not alone the consequence of th? miasmatic poison. A preat vmietyaf dior ders arise from its irritftlion, an."iK "nhich nre Xeina!.fiii. Itieuumtimt, Gout, lhat.ache, litiiid nets, 1'oothitelie, Hrirarht, t'utirrh, .-Uthmo, !' pitnlmn. Painful AfWlion of t.'te Speeu, lltttr ics, Pnin in thr .'- ( vfic, Parnlyn and -raiiqcmrnt of thti St ,mnri, ill of which, when oi'igiiiatin in this e.i sc. put on the ititenife$ t-:pr: or he-come prriodieal. This " CfKE ' exiels the pois- n frc.m the blood, and consequently rnrea them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immigrants and per.-ons traAclliui; or temporarily residinir in the timlarums district. It taken' sionally or d.ii'.v while exposed to the in eciion, that will be excreted frun the system, and Mtinot accumulate in siifHrient tpumtity to ripru inta dis ease. Hence it is tven nioic valuable for protec tion than cure, aud few will ever surfer from b trr mit testx if lley vhi! themselves of the protrrtiqa this remedy iftbrda. Vrcpaved by Dr. J. C. AYEIt s- TC . lovrell, FOR SALE BY JOHN M. KIRKBRIDE, Woodsfied; H. C. KOTZ EBED, Malaga; M. P. MILES & SON, Somerton. Jan. 8, 1862 ly. Petition to Sell Land. Thomas Nelson, Guardian of William U Probasco and Ann Louisa Probasco, against said Wards and John Griffith and Eliho Tipton. In pursuance of an order of the Pro bate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, mnde on the 4th day of December A, D. 1861. in tbis case the uudersigned will on the 4th day of January, A. D. 1863, at, 12 o'clock M. of said day, on tha premises, offer at public sale the following detrcribtd real estate, situate ia tald Monroe county, to wit: The east keif of the north east quarter of section thirty, township tive, of range five, except about five ucrcs already Bold off the sooth west corner of said tract of land. Also, tha rust bnlf of uonh west qnarttr of tbeaortk east quarter of tectiou ihit ly, in towaship live and range five Terms of sale; Oa third iu band; one third in one year, and one third iu two years. The deferred payments to bear interest from tbe daj of sale, and to be secured by mortgage, to the satisfaction of tbe undersigned. Appraised at two thousand four bla- dred and nineteen dollars. THOMAS NELSON, Guardian of Willis m II. Prebasco nnd Ann Eliza Prebasco. December 11, 1861. $4 25 WOODSFIELD MARBLE D. Ncuhart d& Co. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. TS prepared to turnish 1 TOMB STONK8, At TABLE TOPS. bf the MANTLES', and every thing else in the marble line. Sbp oue door south of Kirkbride's store. D. NEUHART 4 Ck. Juue 18 1860. ly. s tnsfM