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Wxixa SPIRIT OrF
WOOBWILD.
Q., AUGUST 6, 1862.
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YOUJME NINETEEN !
Spirit of Democracy,
TiifbtffrhoN IN PRICE,
TL Ceujjeat Cepty PapeUi Ohio!
uie Spirit of Democracy
n WidW.-;4ay, March 12. 1862,
j.slijd to subscribers at the
" Ar? La
nWsortp lions In advance. . .$1,25
the year 1,60
ithinthe year...., . ,2,00
as a-.tUured to in all cases
at the
rates to obtain a 1-irge nura-
rfhiewtfl pay for their
Hot disappointed
terms wui we aa-
Tnttgotts Lh tMh publishers and th
subscribers. The subscribers who intend
faying for then- paper wilt pet tt cheaper and
the publJjWiara will get their pay for the paper
cUhoufxhigto' prise PxtremeTy luw.
Babsoribe and pay yi a4ancs. "A penny
aved in as good as a penny earned. " -'
Tbe ispjBiT is thSffieial-orgMj of theCoun
ty, nod uo business mat cum-aaaid to do with-
0OUgl
cmorial
as
The jftroreDeranip of the
jljli TftHfif""M ASSOC I A
55Sivy WSLfveik fit eel,
ahlrnfff nvl "fiS.y'5aaMPV' now
ready for diatriDuxron tofii? subscribers
to the IonOTjrt5nJd JVj J5-30113
f or wardMSre'Aewldfaif Gatone'd o 1 lar
er more will be sent one of these Diclomaa,
properly executed. M"J?&m'oL uj
STEEL ESGRAVIN
Thjo e aJLY.olutirt
wflKwftnlBoeto
mimuter
lAMMMWIbilMi
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( DOUGI&JV lW('f ,llcured''rta WA8HINOTON CITY, at
Uhbjabiiskui; hf-r Jlarsh. tional expense of $2.
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Ko
iwe & Company.
wUrbecome lite meinjiJtVrf ttfe Dodglasf
Monument Association; in the sum of
Twenty Dollars, honoirf&tofcmiefrbiv&(
: nd in thcuwiif One Hundred Detiars.
ho mWmm ch of the B,rd :
XTT TOT3al receivers aad splnjiters
for contributions are beiftgin'dtfecd' in
the ioval States. Pamohrets and circu-
hirs containing the organization, cansti- j
'lAMiMiST itl: vro1 will
hotuabft directed to the li jjoc-rptary of j
ie j-ougiae :uoaumen .A.-sociation. uni
cago, Illinois."
All editors who will insert this card in
saonWsjwitn an occasional notice to ad
v zncamApfabpmtf ifiew !ive tor
wflr.ffd y SfiH 'Y'"!' ' Diplomas as
Honorary lim Jlember? ot this Associa
tion, alrfo a copy of the jtbpve PostiHit,
npon a receipt by the soervfVrwry 6i
LktsMmff vVhofiJ KLRotuil; and everything else
ferita0f6f p,-iTy Hip
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pf h.ird.juos. vhen South-
ern M
and hi
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negessary
to u
ve as mudMf
wJm
OBSVMlMK-siMarthe
TRU
OF TALE PEOPLE
itykJk Ses of
se ol various
Sans in the State. -J
These Mil
ful uae. m
lier
dav, of a most beauraWlrticle
f ?yrups
honey, andWfcsfr.t.tdTite taste.
Farmers vho raise Sonrbtfta. have nois
n or
home, a
of any
or thr!
unit?;
trill do the
:ork of
OH nana al60, '
i ii wm
COOK
at
POHTOR.
progapt at-
tention,
FRASI EBA SON,
S NOTICE.
tktlt be nnder
ftOTay, 188-2,
1H ST Monroe
fth' Estate of
L', Adm-rx.
Tiii TTrfr
OA
R. B. frrasi
k. JGi. r rasier & &011.
who mui3iP
v. 01 u utuukdiiHir'MHinv
other 1
W jk tnm MI vo t
tlMVTa BfBtf LT ilJl r waC
ec. or q.it "-"""PiiMTnnr
R. E
JbJ. McGILTOIf,
Attorney & Counsellor
Cameron, Monro County, Ohio.
FUTICULAR attention given to all business
entrusted in his care, in Monroe and ad
joining Comities. Dec. 1 1,1861. ly.
DR. F D. GITHENSJ
PHYSICIAN & STJEGEON,
HAS permanently located in C am
ekon, Monroe County, Ohio
Respectfully tenders his profes
sional services to the citizens of
Camekon and vicinity.
49 Particular attention given to female
diseases.
Dec 'M; '81 ly.pd.
Home Testimony.
Walkpt Rinoa, Lawrence Countv, 0., 1
April 8, 1859. J
Dr. C. Ws Roback Sin For the benefit of
the suffering humanity, permit me to say that
i have fotiud your Scandinavian Blood Pills
and Blood Purifier a sure cure for Indigestion
and Liver Complaints. Mr. P. Myeia of this
place was prostrated with this disease, his case!
was pronounced almost hopeless. A few boxes
of the Pills, and bottles of Purifier cured him
so that he is now able to labor.
See advertisement in another column.
Yours truly, NICHOLAS HULL.
CENTRAL OHIO RR
Between Columlms and Wheeling,
CONNECTING VIA
Bell aire and Pittsburgh
WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central B, E.
AND VIA
DELLAIRE & WHEELING
WITH THE
BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. R.
FOR
it ;wxo
Washington City, Baltimore,
PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
Boston, and All Eastern Cities.
PHIS Route offers the ADVANTAGE of a
1 Through Ticket and Baggage Check to
WASHINGTON CITY, and also gives the Pas
SHicr the privilege of visiting BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK, at the cost
ot a'New York Ticket alone; or the privilege
of visHing all of the principal SEABOARD
CITIES at the cost of a BOSTON Ticket alone,
via other routes
can be pro-
an addi-
rTimo as Quick and Fare as Low as on
"Other Routes.
SLEEPING CARS
ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
' ASK FOR TICKETS VIA
i olnmbns and BeUaire
or wheeling.
JNO. W. BROWN.
April 30, 18G2. Gen. Ticket Agent.
GREA T HE VO L UTIOK IX PRICES
aS-CO-ME ONE, COME ALLIff
N entire NEW STOCK of FANCY DRY
XA GOODS, of every descriptien.
Ilorts and Shoes,
IjONNETS, QUEENSWARE.
HARD WARE, SALT,
ually kept ; in a DRY GOODS
The above articles will be sold at
A ISO,
m connection flim ie oLore, x am car
rying on a
lhoe Shop,
A lirge nsnartrnent of all kinds of
HOMp-ftADE BOOTS & SHOES,
kept constantly on hand-
"-8to room en Fry Street.
Cim i h gf rf'n , "MTrn ro e Co u n t y . Ohio.
CHARGES LOREXSTEIN,
July 2. 1SG2. 2iu.pd. Proprietor.
Wheeling and Parkersburg
NEW MAIL PACKET
J. HARRISON, MASTER.
' fiR-Runa regularly hetweeu Wheeling and
Parkersburg, leaving Wheeling every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Returning, leaves Parkersburg every Monday,,
Wednesday and Fridayj ay half past 6 o'clock
A. . JOllX lll LULVL, Clerk.
June 25, 1SC2,
Notice in Partition,
MARGARET REESE, iYilliam Reese, Abra
ham Reese, Catharine Reese. James Reese,
Join Reese and JoseprTDacels, wl:l take notice
that a petition was filed against them on the
25th day of July, 1$62, in the Court ot Com
mon''leas within and fur the County of itfon
rpe and State of phio, by Thomas Cline, as
Guaidiau of John Reese, a minor heir of Jo
seph Reese, deceaseL, and is now pending
whereiiij-a4.d Thomas Cl:ue,as suoh Guardian,
demands partition of the following Real Es
tate ituate.Ih said county, to wit:
The south west ouartur of the couth west
Ifttarter of section thirty-two, township three,
apoV range live, containing 33 acres, more or
?rif Bt ft, nvt farm 'n.t aai.l nanrt the
said Thomas Cline as such Guardian, will ap
ply iOr an order that partition may he made
of said premises, ko.
HOLLISTER & OKEY,
Att'ys for Petitioners,
i July 30. 1862 6w. $30.
4
Robert Chase's Estate,
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed was, ou the 2Hh day of July,
1862, appointed by the Probate Court; of ilfon
roe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Bstate
of Robert Chase, late of said county, dee'd.
EDWARD ARCHBOLD, Adm'r.
July ao, icrta.-au
NEW FIRM.
EDWARD ARCHBOLD, A. 0. ARCHBOVD.
Notary Public.
ARCHBOLD & SON
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Woodsfield, Ohio.
CPartieuIar attention given to all business
entrusted to their care in the counties of Mon
oe, Noble, Belmont, and Washington.
Dr. T. Sinclair
Having resumed the Praotice of Med
icine, tenders his Professional ser
vices to the citizens of Woodsfield
and vicinity.
Residence one door north of Drigg's
Store.
L. L. LANGSTROTH'S
MOVABLE COMB HIVE
Patented October 5, 1853.
A full and complete description of
this Hive, will be found in Langstroth's
Treatise on the Honey Bee, a copy of
which can be obtained, gratis, by apply-
ing at the office of the Spirit.
CERTIFICATES.
We, the undersigned, have used "Lang
tiroxK't Movable Comb Bee-Hive," and believe
it to possess all the advantages claimed for
it. We find no difficulty in removing the
moth from it, or in performing any other ope
ration which it professes to furnish the facili
ties for performing, and all without injuring,
destroying or enraging the bees, that it gives
us cou.plete control over them and their
combs and honey. We feel confident that by
its use bee-keeping may not only be made
much more profitable than heretofore, but
that it may be pursued with a certainty of
tuccess hitherto unknown in this country,
and we take pleasure in earnestly recom
mending it to all persons engaged or wishing
to engage in Bee-culture.
Vincent Bakes, GraysvilTe;
Doer. Dally, Antioch;
A. T. Coos, Matamoras;
G. S. Alqbo, Brownsville;
J Riiioway, Brownsville.
CAUTION.
Having the Exclusive Right to mahe and
sell Longstroth's patent Movable Couib Bee
Hive, in the County of Monroe, and Grandview
Township, Washington County, Ohio, notice
is hereby given that all persons found mak
ing, selling or using the Movable Comb Bee
Hie, whether in open violation of the patent
law, or uuder the pretext of pretended im
provement, without having first purchased
the right from us, will be prosecuted accord
ing to law.
PRICE OF RIGHTS.
An Individual or B'arm Right to use
this invention, will be sold for five dol
lars. Such a riht entitles the purchas
er to use, and construct for his own use,
on his own premises, and not other
wise, any number of hives. Ministers
of the Gospel are permitted to use the
hive without any charge. Those pur
chasing individual rights are hereby in-,
formed that the inventor has expressly
secured to them the right ro use any
improvements which he may hereafter
patent, without any further cnarge.
ISIF Applications for Individual-and
Township Rights, in Washington and
Monroe Counties, may be addressed to
Allen & Rowan, Jolly P. 0.;
Hugh B Hill, Woodsfitld;
Vincent Baker' Graysvifle;
Doct Dally, Antioch; or to
D. VV. South, Traveling Agent,
Monroe County, Ohio.
April 30, 1862 3mo pd
Soldiers' Claims.
AMOS & MORROW,
H
AVING secured the proper forms for the
prosecution of Soldieis Claims, respect-
spectfully offer their services in procuring tlie ;
i
Bounty, Back
Pay, Pensions, Ike. for th
friends of all Soldiers who are entitled to
claims against the U. S. Governmeut.
ggT We have all the necessary forms ap
proved by tier proper Departments aud the ad
vantage of giving ail Claims our personal at
tention. June IS, 1SG2 3m. pd.
rpHE subscriber continues to prosecute
L claims for Soldiers or their heirs, and
having just received the forms and instruc
tions from the War Department for claims
for the present War, for Widows, J ension
Invalid, Pension Bounty or arrears of pay, Scc.
Blanks will be sent by mail wheu de
sireit to be tilled and executed.
ggT Charge, when the applicant comes to
my office, is $5. In cases where the declara
tion is not made there, an additional reason
ble fee will be charged for 'raveling expenses.
JOEL F. RANDOLPH.
Woodsfield, O., April 30, lbt2.3m.
Monroe Mutual
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
This company, behag organised under favor
jible charter obtained from the Legislature, is
now in a prosperous condition, and ready to
Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables,
Store Houses, Shops, &c, &c, against loss by
fire.
DIRECTORS.
s. l mooney. john m. rownl.
jno. ii. k1rkbride, wm. okey,
lewis shipley, j. w. abmstrons,
j. b. oblinger, v. a. lamping,
w a. talbott, h. c. kotzebce,
Nathan hollister, j b noll.
j. a. davenport.
JOHN A. DAVENPORT, Pres't.
N. Holi.istee, Treas.
J. B. NOLL, Secretary and General Agent.
May 21. 1862 ly."
WOOL CARDING !
I
SAAC RICHjiER has made exten&ive im
provement in his CARDING MACHINE,
and is better than ever prepared to accommo
date, on the shortest notioe, all who wish to
have WOOL CARDED, and well carded.
Wool wi 1 be reeeived and rolls delivered
in good order, at C. C. MESER'S in Lewis
ville. The subscriber intends to run a team from
Woodsfield to Clarington, and Wool can be
sent ami rolls returned free of charge.
Give me a trial, and I will give you satis
faction, ISAAC RICnNER.
Woodsfield, Ohio, June 4, 1932U-3m,
fir
SAMUEL GRIMSHAW. WILLIAM WALTON-
Drs. GRIMSHAW & WALTON
Respectfully inform the citizens of
Woodsfield and vicinity, that having
removed from New Castle, they offer
their Professional services to those
requiring them.
Office opposite J. M. Kirkbride's resi
dence, Woodsfield, O.
Nov. 18, 1861 ly.
Doct, Lavosier H, Gratigny
OFFERS his professional services
to the citizens of BEALLSVILLE
and vicinity. He may always be
found ready to accommodate his
patrons at the residence of his fath-
L. Gratigny, in Beallsville.
October 8, 1S61 3m. pd.
Dr
T
o
M . Evans,
RESPECTFULLY offeishis professional ser
vices to the citizens of STAFFORD and
vicinity.
Office two doors south of Wells'
store; where he may always be
found, except when professionally
absent.
Reference is made to Dr. J. K
Thomas, of Beallsville, Ohio.
Sept. 4, 1861 4m. pd.
The new and fast running steamer
Captain CHARLES BOOTH, is running
regularly between
Wheeling & Farkeraburg.
She leaves Wheeling every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 1 0 o'clock
A. M., and Parkersbnrg every Tuesday
Thursday aud Saturday at 6 o.clock A. M.
For fcei at or passage apply on board
SUNFISIT HOUSE.
P. DILLON, Pbopbibtob.
'1
HE Proprietor begs leave to inform the
public that he has thoroughly repaired and
newly furnished the above named hotel, and
is now prepared to accommodate travelers
and boarders.
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-
6 Sept. 11, '61 ly. PETER DILLON.
WOODSFIELD CHAPTER
v OF
ROYAL ARCH MASONS,
Meets on Moadav evening next after each
full moon. W. HOLLISTER, H. P.
J. S. Wat, Sec'y.
February 11, 1661.
BLOOMER ROUSE,
WOODSFIELD OHIO.
T. K. Davis Proprietor
mOMMY DAVIS HAS TAKEN CHARGE OF
JL the hotel, foraterly the Holland housk, on
the corner of Main cross street and the
PUD11C square, where he will be pleased to
see his old customers; and he begs leave to as
sure them that they will find hira as attentive
and accommodating as at his old stand. He
has thoroughly relitted and refurnished the
house from garret to cellar, and pledges him
self that no nouse in Woodsfield shall give more
general satisfaction. To his old customers he
need say nothing; new ones are requested tc
try him.
April 15th, 1860.
J, D STAUVER,
Clock and Watch Maker,
4 WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO. O.
Will keep an assortment of watches, clocks,
jewelty and notions." His prices shall com-
pare favorably with those of Wheeling and
Zar.esville.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry care
fully repaired and Warranted.
TERMS, POSITIVE',? CA.-H.
Dec. 15 1856.
AT T? AT 7" IVTTT T TAT PDV
n hj vv iuij,jii nix i
Establishment.
THE Ladies of Wooospield and vicinity are
respectfully and particularly invited to
call at
)IibS M. Cunningham's FusbionaMe
Millinery Establishment,
MAIN BTREBT, nearly opposite Kirkbride's
Store, and' exauiiue her BONNETS and TRIM
MING suitable for the
Sl'RlNG AND SUMMER SEASON
before purehasiEg elsewhere.
STRAW GOODS aud FLOWERS, RIBBONS,
BLONDE- of the finest quality.
ggT BONNETS will be made and trimmed in
the t-hortest possible tiine.jgg
tSaf BLEACHING and PRISING done to
older. JKJ ,
May -Al, 1S0.J 2m.
INSOLA'ENT NOTICE.
Notice rs hereby given, that tike Probate
Court of. Monroe County, Ohio, did, on th
1st day of July, 1862, declare the Estate of
Otho Farmer, deceased, probably insolvent
All persons are notified that they must
present their claims to the undersigned with
in six months from this date.
JACOB DAVIS, Adm'r.
Julv 1862 4w.
Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
was appointed, on June 25, 186-2, by the
Probate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Wm. Woehnbb,
deceased, late of Monroe county.
July 2, 1862. MICHAEL NBIHART.
Legal Notice.
IX NN JANR McCUTCHEON, of the State of
jfi Pennsylvania, will take notice that on the
lath day of May, 1862, Joseph Elrod and Mary
his wife, filed a petition in the Court of Com
men Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, asking
that dower be assigned to said Mary, in the
following lands iu Monroe Connty, Ohio, to
wit: The west half of the north east quarter
and the east half of the north west quarter
of section five, township two, range five, con
taining ninety-nine acres, more or less, and
that said petition will be for hearing in said
Court at the next term- thereof.
HOLLISTER & OKEY,
" Attorneya for Petitioner.
2182 Gw $3.
Julv
er, Dr.
JAMES C. OUR.
JOSEPH 0. LITTLE
18G2.
1862.
BOOKS, WALL-PAPERANB
STATIONERY.
J. . ore a e.
No. 106 Main Street,
WHEELING, VA.
WE have just received our Spring Stock
of
irZZ PAPER, BORDERS,
WINDOW SHADES, $e.
Having the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED
STOCK of
PAPER HANGINGS
in the City, we are prepared to offer unparal
lelled inducements to
COUNTRY MERCHANTS!
Our stock of stationery consists of
CAP, LETTER, NOTE, LADIES
PARCHMENT, RECORD CAP
LEGAL AND FLAT CAP PA
PERS. gT Envelopes of all styles and grades, and
everything belonging to the stationery Hue.
T
SC1IOOL HOOKS.
LAW. MKDICAL.
THEOLOGICAL AND
MISCELA1NEOUS BOOKS
always on hand.
J
w
E are agents for the
American Tract Society,
Sunday bcliool Union,
and Presbyterian Board of Publication.
We invite the special attention of
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
to our stook.
HIGHEST TP ICE PAID FOR RAOS.
100 Main St., Wheeling, Ya.
JVarch 13, 1861.
ToTlN B NOLL, Nolary Public-
OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OF
J. F. RANDOLPH'S HOTEL.
Will attend to taking and certifying depo
sition, acknowledging deeds and powers of
Attorney, receiving, making and recording
notorial protest and giving notice thereof, ad
ministering oatbs, &c.
Woodsfield, 0.,July 17, "59.
Monroe Agricultural Works
THRESHING MACHINES.
Threshers and Cleaners.
11 orse P o v e r s.
BUILDING & REPAIRING.
has now the entire control of this establish
ment, by lar the most extensive of the kind
in the county. Mr. Horn is amply prepared
to do all work in his line ou the
Shortest Notice and liest of Terms, beiny
provided xoilho. STEAM ENGINE
to propel their Lathe, he will do
Turning, either in Iron or Wood
of any and all kinds in snub a manner aud at
such prices that all will be satisfied. He will
REPAIR ENGINES BOILERS AND
MACHINERY.
of all kinds in the best and most substantial
manner.
Mr. HORN'S long experience warrants him
in saying that he will in all cases render en
tire satisfacsion.
He is also prepared (having made reeent
arrangements) to do blac-k.-mithing of all
kinds, including horse shoeing. ironiug wagons
or anything desired in this line.
GEORGE P. HORN.
August 8, 1860. tf.
W. T. SINCLAIR. MARTIN BAKER, JR
SINCLAIR & BAKEE
11AKE pleasure in announcing to their ens
tomers, and the public in general, tha
they have now on hand, and intend keeping
constantly, a general assortment of
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, TAB
NISUES, BRUSHES, SCHOOL
BOOKS, STATIONARY,
NOTIONS- &c.
Also Giw.eries of various kinds
Iron, Nails, Plow-points, Salt, (Kanawu
and Pomcroy.)
t" Produce of every kind will be
received m exchange for goods.
Woodsfield. Sept. 10. 18.r)6.
Monroe Lodge No. 189.
OF Free and Accepted Masons, meet on
Wednesday of or preceding each full
moon, at seven o'clock, P. M., at the Masonic
Hall in Woodsfield.
OFFICERS:
JOHN S. WAY, W. M.
J. P. Randolph,, S. W. I J. D. Stacvbb, Sec'y.
James Mitchell, J. W, John W. Okkv, S. D.
U. B. Hill, Treasurer. H. B. Masoa, J. D.
D. Nkwhart, Tvler.
Woodsfield, Jan. 22, 1862.
forwarding and Commis
sion Business,
AT CLARINGTON, 0.
rpiIE undersigned having in charge a New
X and Commodious Ware House, convenient
to the Steam Boat Landing, solicits the pat
ronage of the Public generally, who have bu
siness of this branch to be attended to, with
promptness and dispatch, and at such mode
rate prices as will, not fail to satisfy all who
mar favor me with their business.
Jan. 8, 1862 3mo PETER DILLON.
WOODSFIELD MARBLE
0
D. Ncuhart & Co.
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
IS prepared feo furnish
TOMB STONES,
TABLE TOPS,
MANTLES,
and every thing else in the marble line. Shop
ene door south of Kirkbride's store.
D. KEUUART & CO.
June IS I860, ly.
R R. R.
FAREWELL
Calomel, Blue Pill, Quinine
FAREWELL
OPIUM. CHLOROFORM, AND
ALCOHOL.
Radway'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,
had water, damp,
judden changes
0 f temperature,
aud every species
of infection. It
calms the throes
A agony as oil
stills the waves.
Taken at the first
outset of any
disease, it cuiea atone, administered later, it
suspends the disorder, and affords an oppor
tunity for the other remedies to exercise their
beuign 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 Ague, Croup, Influenza, Sore Throat,
Small Pox, Scarlet Fever, Typhoid Fever, and
other malignant diseases, and in cases of
Rhematism, Neuralgia. Cramp, Spasms, l'aius,
Aches, and other infirmities, an application of
the Headv Relief externally, or a teaspoonful
in a little water as a drink, will stop the most
exciu jiating pains in from five to fifteen min
utes. In severe attacks of Croup Diptheria or
Sore ThiOJit Plagu Radway's Ready l!elief
will always save life, and quickly cure the pa
tient. For worms there is no medication so quick
a.s a dose of Radway's Ready Relief.
RADWAY'S REGULATING PILLS
Are the great regenerative uiedirine of the j
age. Ladies for je.ns the victims of depress- j
ing, lite-consuming complaints of a special ;
nature, are restored to health aud vigor by j
their use. All the ordinary affections of the 1
stomach, 1 owels, and liver, yield to the first ;
or second dose. 6ix fills suffice m the worst
cases, and they operate in from three to six
hours, more effectually than 3t of the drastic
class given in sach nauseating quautities.
Coated with sweet gnw the Pills have no dis
agreeable llavor. They not only cure Costive
uess quickly but p-ruianeii'ly, a id in bilious
ness tbev arH int'alli'.ile 1 li'siwnti.. itKn Incn
suffered for years, recover iu a few weeks un-
der this painless operation. They act power
fully upon the circulation of the blood, ren
dering it uniform aud equable throughout the
system.
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RE
SOLVENT Searches the diseasd blood, and purges it of
inflammatory and corrupting particles. For
uhrouie disuses, supposed to be infixed in the
fiesh an tissues past all help, it is the one
sole invariable cure. There is not a flesh oi
skiu di.-order that can resist this mighty dis
infecteiit. Ulcerated Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Tubercles on the lungs, all forms of ulceration
inwaid or outward, succumb before its anti
septic anti-inlldmuiatoiy action.
Radway's Remedies are sold by Disggists
everyw here.
RAD WAY & CO., 2:5 John Street, N. Y.
J- M. K1RK.BR IDE,
J. T. JUUKlNa. Agents.
Afay 7, IS 62. St
Clarington Lodge. rJo.2G3,
' f P. & A. Masons, meets the Monday on or
1 1 iceding the fall moon in each month.
JNO. D. O'CONNOR, W. M.
James Marshall, S. W. tr. P. Horn, J. W.
Jacob T. Morrill, Sec'y. Wm. V. Booth, S. D.
Henri Schntty. J. D. I Robert Chase, Tyler,
lames Messeriy, T.
Jinuary IS, 1SU1. ly.
C0LP1TTS .
. . .11. P. HAGKB.
COLPITIS & HAG Eli.
MANUFACTURES OP
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
MARBLE MONUMENTS,
Tombs, Head-Stones, ki,
ON NEW AND ELE'lANT DESIGNS AND OF
SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP AND
FIKISH.
5 Persons wishing to purchase will find it
to their iiiieic.it to g:vc Uo a OMi before going
elsewhere.
fj MA R I ETTA STREET, NEAR MAtti
BARNESVILLB. OHIO.
June 111, ISfel. ly.
Sunfisli aiiu Wheeling: Pneket
THE FAST RUNNING STEAMEK
I N G 0 M A R !
CAPT. STEPHEN THOMPSON, eaves Sun
fish every meniiiiff for Wheeling, returning
t-vri v evoiiiig, iciiittLuiuj at i ueciLii pcrciai
hours. Nov. 9, '58.
JLDKINS & HALL,
In the room formerly occupied by Frcd
ick llhinop, one dour nortii of the Mon
roe Houee.
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
: wi-....i; 1 i
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
CHEMICALS, VARNISHES,
DYE WOODS, WINDOW
0 FE STUFFS, GLASS,
OILS, PAINTS, PUTTY,
PAINTERS' GLASSWARE,
ARTICLES, PERFUMERY,
Also Fine Soaps, Fine Hair and Tooth
Brushes, Surgical and dental Instruments, Pure
Wiues and lirandies for Medical purposes,
Fancy Articles, C.imphene, Turpentine, and
all the Patent or Proprietary
MEDICINES OF THE DAY.
Also a choice lot of FA JWILY GROCERIES,
snch as TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, SYRUPS.
RICE, SOAPS and all other articles in the line.
We make our purchases for Cash and offer
goods a? low as they can be obtained from any
similar establishment iu this section, and war
ranted to be fresh, pnre and genuine. Orders
promptly filled and satisfaction gnaranteed
I with regard both to price and quality,
j q" Physicians prescriptions attended
all hours of the day or night,
f ifav 1 1561 J.
is U GAR G R 0TK
flt jfi)0
ESS
THE Proprietor of these Nurseries would
respectfully inform the public and every 1
body that his Stock is very complete, and in
most things great in variety and amount. ' He
would impress on the minds of those wishing
to plant the importance of procuring good
trees grown near home and of the best ar'e
ties all of which we claim to have, while
this is the only place in Eastern Ohio wher
G 00D RELIABLE STANDARD
PJSAR TREES
can be procured, and at the same time pt
! chasers can he accommodated with anything"
jthey need in the way of TREES. PLANTS A;c.
We wculd note parties larly, a very Urge
Stock of Apple Trees,
of fine size and of great vigor. Chbbri88
very superior assortment, and an immense
Stock both of STANDARD and DWARF
PEACHES PBARS, PLUMS, APRICOTS, Ac.
For garden culture we have a very fine
Stock of DWABF APPLES, of the hesW
and roost shwy varieties. DWARF PEARS
and DWARF CHERRIES, and Berries in great
variety. Of HARD GRAPES we have ahot
30 varieties, inelndimz DELAWARE. DTANA,
CONCKRA, CUYAHOGA. RKBBCCA, EAB&Y
NORTHERN MU.CODINE, &c. &c.
Of Ornamentals, we have an immense tocfc
both in variety and amount, Ot Evercreen
and other Trees and Shrubs, Hoses. Yin.
Dahlias, Phloxes, &c, &o; all of which He
witt sell for CASH, at prices to .-nu tle limes.
Now is the time to buy, as oridollar wtll
get nearly as much as two will at other filfce,.
and the Tre.-s are of extra size and quality.
We are also receiving and forwarding fW
scrtptions for most or the Agricultural, IW
ticnliural and Rural vublic.itionc. Bunt of
winch we can fuinirh to our customer ft
Club rates.
Address all orders to
James Eix.ilton,
Rantesviile, Ohio.
Jan. 8, 1862. ti.
jonx w, CARoraM&
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
HOUSE PAINTING, GLAZING, GRAINING,
PAPKB BAN'HM I&TTKKIKG, READY
MIXED PAINTS OK ALL COLORS,
Cgg" Done and prepared in the most fashiea-
able styles, and ou the shortest notice,
Oct. 16, 1SJ1- ly.
STAFFORD LODQF. N 300.
Of free and accepted Masons, meet
tl.
j MondaJ on or preceding the
full moou
each month.
JOHN 'W. BiRNETT, W. .
E. Oket, S. W.
X. Kuoiifs. K. D.
- .jPickkss, Treat.
-W. S. Wat, .T. W.
R. Tanner, J. D.
Jiio. W. H Aitr.isi'ec'y .
j alveet. 1 yier.
l ord, February 19, 186JL
PEIAG Til APE 1862 !
SWEENEY & SOX Go Main
Street, Wheelng; Vjk
T,
A
RK just receiving from England a heavy
and well selected Stock of the vrin
st les of
l'I-ii:.'".SWARE
o which they invite the
chants visitiiii the Oitv.
attention ef 5Ter-
March 5, 1862 Oia.
XjZICXJOIX STORE!
JACOB SCHNEIDER has Just received from
lheflas4 ala g-i and Sue assortment of Liu.
nor, which he will sell at retail, at price to
suit the times.
oo IsiIclJ, O., April 30, T862 Suw
WEAVING '
The
propiietors thankful for oast favor..
wou'd inform theii customers, and the public
generally, that they are nov -nu-h better pie
p-ired thin ever for Card in.', Splttimig aud
Weaving, such as
CASAXKTTS: KLVNKKTx, BANS & TWEEDS.
Any of the above a tk-Tei will be worked .
on uie elines oi by the yard.
Tl:
.r. ru.uiunf uavuig ueen enkaga in tne
e business for 30 year flitters th m-
nl ore
selves that they can giv k.i refaction to a'!
ivbo may favor them with th. ir p.ttri.n.itf.
gg," Wool will be leeeu-. and -lol- at
S..I'.iiicoast's, Caniei Sine ...i k. tUker'tf
vVoo.h field; Peter Dorr's, Mil usburgh and
J. H & J. P. Thomb.1'.-. -. riW
. .ii iiN GKAHA'M," -'1.1
I. Vf. THOMAS.
Jerasalem, Mouioe Co., Uhi.
Vay 14. lSfc'2 3m. pd.
JOECNT 13. NOLL
AGES T AHD8ECBET1BT
nv Tiru
- '.. M . , , A JL
itlUlliotJ IflUlUdl IrUIlLe LOinpailV
J7ILL attend on MONDAY OF EACH WEEK
V at the Office of the Savings Institute,
i This being the day set apart for this purpose
j all persons having business with the Company
' will please call on this day.
I rb- 11 -867- ftf.)
Attachment Notice..
Alexander Trigg,
mn mm.
SPINNING AND
against
Simon Ilorkheimor.
Notice is hereby given that as attachment
was issued against the Defendant in this case' J
for $&2,50. Said case will be for hearing be.-.
!
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fore Thomas AJurphy, J. on the 20th djy-
of Aiignst
10 ui sj .-1 a ,!
TO ifWtit dl
Julv 16. 1662 3t.
Attaclmient Notice.
Kinkade 61 Mering, Plaintiffs,
epainst
Wm. H. flanlon. Defendant.
BEFORE J. N. Mitehell.J. P., of Perry town
shin, Monroe County. Ohio, on the 17th
j day of May, A. D. 186, said Justice isimmm!
j an order of Attachment in the above action.
, tor the sura of forty dollars and thirty cent.
Said cause is set for hearing on the 9th dey
j of August, 1862.
KINKADE & MAKING, PPi.
June 4, 1862 4t.pd.
1 BLA!Vi UEEDS
...JAND MORTGAGES,
Aforsalb at this offick.
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