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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1862.
Grand Military Mass Meeting at Woods -field,
on Saturday, August 16, 1862.
Tarn Out every body.
i!
Military Meetings
Will be hld at the followrrig times and
places: Speakers will be present to ad
dress the people:
TUESDAY evening Aig, 12th, at Clar
ington; KirkbridV School House in Swit
zerland township, on Wednesday the 13th
at 2 o'clock, P.. M.; Yonnies School House
on ThuraJay, at 2 o'clock, P. M.; Rubles
School House on Friday 15th, at 2 o'clock
P. M.; at Woedsfield, on Saturday Au
gust 16th.
Rear ui ting officers will be in attendance.
Headquarters at Clavington. Ohio.
Recruiting officers,
PETER DILLON,
JNO. VARLEY. jr.,
JNO. MALLOUY.
There will be oue of the Recruiting
officer at T. K. Davis' Hotel in Weods
field to receive and muster into the service
those who may have a preference for this
company.
Attention, Old Monroe!
ONE HUNDRED ABLE-BODIED
MEN WANTED FOB. THE 92ND
REGIMENT AT MARIETTA.
LOOK AT THE ADVANTAGES.
Regular Army pay to commence from
ihe day "of Enlistment, and One Hundred i
Dollar tfeant y Monoy at the end of three
yeara, ox at the close of the War. Each
Recruit will receive Twenty-Five Dollars
of his Bounty, and one m on tin pay in ad
vance as aonn as mustered into camp. '
Clothing and provi ions famished as soon !
as sworn in. Headquarters at Jerusalem
Rcndcvous at Malaga.
LEVI LUPTON,
Recruiting Officer.
.August 0 1862. pd.
CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION, t
The Democratic Central Committees of
the various counties eowpoifhg the 15th j
Congressional Dt.-trict have designated !
The litk day of Awntsf iVJf,
-at Marietta, as the time and plate lor hold
ing the Coagfetfpioaal Convention for thin j
District. The Ientocratic Central Com- ;
tuittcc of thin County reqtNHt the Demo-:
crabs of the vnrious Township to hold
meeting at the' usual places of li.ddin i
elections in each township, on the .
9i day nf August next,
wad appoint-two iiolegat.es at each meet-j
inp to attend the iirgre.aional CVuven-
lion. DEM. CENTRAL TOM :
Lfc&U .Satoa Cut. Giinahot ' WoniHla, and j
an . a a n i i ei
U otter Rinds w vv outMs, a
8'
J'jlCfrs and Sy rvj- heal safely an.l rpiakl-
under the aoohin; uinuence oi
HOL-
LOWAY'S OINTMENT.. U
il.'.ds to '
the hone, ko that the wound never open-
a?ain. 9ldiert stipidy youreolvos. u-!
y 25 cents per rot.
Have Your
A NEW AND rSEFUl, INVKN
1 lUiN wrereJy rrfB fun be pre
served perfodly fresh almost indefinitely,
without the inenwhrartce of Lin.e .alt.
r other ordinarT rteservatiw.'s' There
i no more necf-fity of farmers ll'ng f Bethel Township, as a Candidate tor Coun
itiaiv V..,. n fiB in Wv-n Ciniiusionvr; sul.jH.jt U the decision of
, . 1 .
.ic ineui until t-hcy command a poott
ri-e. ror further particular, enclose
red stamp to
L
B FILYER, Salem,
18(32. m.
Sf
. Augnitt 1
The uudemigned h Mt;b!islid a HACK
LINK betsee-u WOODSFIULO an.i BARNRS
V1LLK. Leave Wrwvlnfild t 10o'rhek A
M., on Monday, Wednesdays and Fri
days, arriving at I) irrieBvilie at 3 o'clock
P. M. in time to connect with the trams
Of) the Central O. R EL
Leave B.imesville at 7 o'clock A. M.
on Tuesdays, Thnrsduf s and Saturdays,
arriving t Woodsfi-dd at 12 o'clock M.
The proprietor has a good H AC K and TRAM
and will use his best endeavor te secure to
11 passengers ou the route, a speedy and com
fortaWe UiV. TJOCOli
Livery Stable.
The proprietor, also, keeps a LIVKRY 13TA.
mutt, ann will always be ready to aceoramo.
date pe
rdous daring horajs or cou ve.vAuces.
r.
ROBERT P. EDNEY,
Proprietor.
WoodsfieM. Juue 25, 163. 3m.
Master Coimnissioner's Sale
John S. Way,
against
J. Bontrager-and others.
BY virtue of a mandate tome directed fiom
the court of oomman pleas of Monroe
county, Ohio, I will offer tor fate at public
auctiou, at the front door of the eourt house,
in the town of Woodafield, in said county, on
Saturday, the 23rri day of Augnnt, UJ72,
between the honra of 10 o'clock a. ni and 4
o'clock p. m., ou said day, th following de
scribed real estate, in said county, to wit:
The south east quarter of the north east
quarter, of sertlon 23, township 2, raisge 4,
and iswe ten- acea more or less off of the
south end of the north east quarter of the
north east quarter, ot same seetion, t.iwnship
and tsnge. Also another tract of land de
scribed a fellows, to wit: Comtnenetng at the
south oast corner of the west half of the
north east quarter of section 23, townsnip It.
rang: 4f sd running west supposed to be 4 '
rod to a hiekory, thence to ran north snp
posad to be 6 rods to a stone, thence east
auaaa4 te aa31fcrrod8 t a tpe on the
MJJk nW moffm thesoa south supposed
to Jbjs-60 rods te,taa place f beginning, coa-
txtftmi acres, more or less.
V.,WM.i0Eyr Mas.
al Jj 1 XJ . Mdoroe Commt
Com.
'otrtuAon Plea?.
irBwnipriiiiTDir"
iviiif aibA hum
nW
23, w:.-r-,w.
Proceedings of the "Democratic
Central Committee. 0
CONVENTION CALLED ON THE
30 TH DAY OP AUGUST.
The Demo-cratio Committee of M onroa Coun
ty, met at the oourt-hoo.se, iu Weodslleld, on
the 19th inat John 5. Way beiag Chairman
and Joseph Moose Secretary -
Resolved, That a Convention of the Demo
oracy be held, On the popular vote system, on
the
3 Of h day of August next,
in each of the several townships of this
county.
Resolved, That the County Convention for
counting out the votes of the primary elec
tion, and declaring the nominees, Be held in
Woodafield, on the
1 it day of September.
Resolved, That each township appoint a
delegate to return the poll books, and that
delegate be a member of the Central Commit
tee for the following year.
Resotcid, That the rules and regulations
usually observed heretofore, govern the Con
vention. Resolred, That in addition to the rules
heretofore adopted for the Government of
Conventions, that the Judges at the Township
meetings be directed to reject the tickets of
all voters who are not known to be Demo
crats, or who wiil not pledge themselves to
vote the whole Democratic Ticket at the ensu
ing election.
Retolved, That the Demoorats present at
the primary election shall, in each township,
select oue delegate to the Congressional Con
vention, and that the delegate so selected,
-hall, when assembled in Con vt nt'ou, cast the
whole vote of this County for th candidate
who shall receive the greatest i utu'ierof votes
in this County at the prini&ry t 0 jvention for
Congress.
Oa motion, John P. Spriggs, John Keyser,
Eliel Hnadley and James R. Morris, were ap
pointed delegates to the Democratic State
Convention to be held on the 4th day of July
next.
Thereupon the Committee adjourned.
JOHN 3. WAY, Chn.
Josrpo Moo.sb, Sec'y.
Announcements.
fgjf Candidates wishing their names insert
ed, will please remember tfaat the ah, ($1)
nmst iavariaWy accompany the order.jgj
ft
Editor: Please announce the name of
DR. SAMUEL GllIMSIIAW,
as a Candidate for County Auditor: subject to
the decision of the Democratic County Con
veution, and oblige Many Democrats.
Mr.
KniTo .t. Please announce the name of
3AMUBL A. GRAHAM,
Of Summit Township, as a caudijate for Coun
ty Auditor; subject to the decision of the
Democratic Convention, and oblige
MANY FARMERS.
sge- We are authorized to announco the
huum o-f
JOSEPH If, RICHARDSON,
as' a candidate f.ir County Auditor, subject to
the drt-Uion of ths Democratic County Con
veution.
Ma. Er tor: Please .-snHotinee the name o
MICHAEL IIOEi-FLER,
' as a Cendilat for County Auditor; subject to
the decision of the Democratic 'wOtinty Con
i wnnliitii mil I rtlhli.ru intlitf
'' coJISTlTUTlONAt DKMOCRATS.
Ma. Kiiitor:- Ple.isi" annonuee th; name of
. WILLIAM BROWNFIELD,
Of Malaw i town-hii). as a Cawlidate for Conn
ty Anaitor, nutu-ct
Lemorali: f'ouutv,
to the decision ot the
Convention, and obliK
j the Fiirwfri and Tax payers geuerally.
! Skneca Township.
Mb. Kiitob: Please aunouncc the name of
THOMAS MARTIN, ESQ.,
the Democratic ( onvention, and oblige
Mam- Votuus and Tax Paverb.
gy Weve nnthniiel to annonnco
a (.'.(" v.av. ; AT.r,v,n
f Benton towiisliip, as a candidate for Coun-
Coinniaionor. soij;-ct to the deouion of
Deuiocratio County Convention.
We arw autharizHil to annonnoa
JESSE JACKSON, JR.,
j Of Center lownahip, as a e.tndidate for Infir
mary Director, subject to the decision of the
Ma. Fitir Yon will confer a favor on us
by amiounoing the name of
ELIJAH McMAIION,
Of a da Win town.-hip. .is a cauiti.latc for re elec
tion to the otHcM of Infirmary Director, sub
jjot to the deiiaiou of the coming Convention.
Mas7 DtnocaATa.
Attachment Notice.
Levi Keyser, Plaintiff,
against
Christian Miller, Defendant.
BEFORR Wm. L. Pearson, J. P., of Snnsbury
lownshin, Monroe County. Ohio, on the
25th day of July, A. D. 16t2, said Justice
issued an order of Attachment in the above
aerion for the sum of $115,19.
LEVI KEYSER.
August 6, 18oi 3t. pd.
Joseph Hamilton's Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed was, ou the 31st day of July
1832. appointed by the Probate Court of
Monroe County, Ohio, Administrator of the
Estate of Joseph Hamilton, deeeassd.
SAMUEL WISB, Adm'r.
August , 182 3t.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Wm.
J. McConnelf,
n'l r 1 a T
against
. Thomas Mitchell.
BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to
me direoted from the Court ef Common Pleas of
Afenroe County, 0., I will offer for sale at public
auction, at the front door of the court house, in
tfie town , of Woodafield, in said county, be
tween tbe hours of ten o'clock a. m., and tour
o'clock p. m., on
Saturday, the With day of Augtttt, 1862,
tbe following real estate, situate in said coun
ty, to wiU
Lots number 11 and 12
in the town of CeohransviUe, In said county.
Taken in execution aud levied upon as the
property of Thomas Mitchell, at the snit of
Wm. J.
MoConuell.
GEO. W.
CARROTHERS,
Sheriff, M. C. O.
July 16, 1862 $3,50.
JOHiV EASTffOX S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed was, on the Jlth day of Aug.
1802, appointed by the Probate Court of
Monroe county, Ohio, Administrator of the
Estate of John Kasthon, deceased.
JOSEPH KliNKADE, Adm'r,
tr
LOOK JIBE!
The Subscriber has just re
ceived a new and
Splendid Assortment
GOODS
All of which are of the VERY BEST
QUALITY, and of the LATEST
STYLES. They were selected with
great care, and nought for CASH
with au eye to hard timet.
' LI' - 'I'-' if. Y !iTT(f r
The Stock consists in part of
Dry Croods of eve
ry description,
Dress Qoods,
Gloves fc Hosiery,
Cloths & Woolen
GrOods,
Yankee Notions,
Straw Cwo.itls, Ac.
Also, a Splendid Assortment of
GENTS & BOYS' CLOTHING AND
FURNISHING GOODS,
SHOES, CULTLERY BOOKS AND
STATIONARY,
GROCERIES, CROCKERY, Ac,
Which are marked down to the
VERY LOWEST PRICES !
The citizen! of Town and Country are invi
tei to call and give his STUCK a "critical ex
amination," feeling confident'that lie can make
it to the interest of buyers to favor him with
their patronage.
Be does not intend to do a UK JOB of
BRA KilNG or PUFFING, but he does intend
to sell as
000B
at as LOW PRICES as any other Merchant in
Monroe Couuty.
So ootne along and call at MOONHTTS the
Undisputed Cheap Store !
Where vou can exchange CASH or APPROVED
COUNTRY PRODUCK for GOODS at GREAT
BARGAINS My motto is,
QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS
AND READY PAY.
S. L. MOONEY.
WoodbBeld, May 28. 1862 3 a
Master Commissioners Sale.
Joh
tin Lteiooc;
against
iff
James M. Stout and others.
Y virtue of a luau.late to me directed from
be Court of Coiomou i'Uss of Monioe
County, Ohlu, I will offer for sale at public
acctiou, at the front door of the court house,
in the town of Woodsfield, in said connfy, be
tweeu the hours of ten o'clock a. m., and tout
o'clock p. in., on
Saturday, the- lth4(zy of August, 1862,
the following described real estate, situato in
said ttoauty, to wit:
Lot Number Forty-One,
in the town of Calais, Monroe County, Ohio,
Appraised at $33.
JOEL P. RANDOLPH, Mas. Com,
Monroe Common Pleas.
July U, 1863, -$3,50.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Thomas A. Way ami others,
against
Wm. Myers, and others.
BY virtue of a ui&ud.'Uu to me direeted
from the Court of Common Pleas of Joiiruo
Couuty. Ohio, I will offer for sale - at publie
auctiou, at the front dcor of the court house,
in the town of VVoodstield, iu said county, ou
Saturday, the 16th day of August, 1862,
between tbe hours of teu o'clock a. m., and
four o'clock p. m., on said day, th following
real estate, situate in said couuty, to wit:
The north west quarter of Beetion thirty
two, of township three, of range four, contain
ing 160 aores. Also the north east quarter of
of section thirty-two, of township three, of
range four, (excepting 56 acres on the east
side thereof,; containing 105 acres. Also the
west halt of the south east quarter of section
thirty-two, of township three, of range four,
containing 80 aores. Also the north west quar
terof, the north east quarter of section thirtv
one of township three, and range fonr, con
taining forty acres. Also beginniug north of
the south east corner of section two, township
fonr, and range five, 101 roda and fire-tenths
on the section line, thence north west thirty
seven degrees twenty-three rods to a stone,
thence north east nine degrees and twenty
rods to a stone, thence east nineteen roda and
eighteen links to a stone ou the section line,
tUeuce south twenty-six rods and five links to
the plaoe of beginning, oo&taining three acres,
and that said lands be sold in suob parcels as
the officer may direct, and on sueh terms of
crgdit as he may direct not exceeding two
years, the deferred payments te bear Interest
and be secured. - -
WM. OKEY, Ma. Com.
Monroe Common Pleas.
July 16, 1862. $6,50.
Administrator's Sale.
BY virtue -of a a order of the Probate Court
of Monroe County, Ohio, the undersigned,
as Administrators of the Estate of William A.
Pickens, deceased, will offer for sale at public
vendue, on the premises,
On the 16th day of August, 1862.
the following Real Estate, lying and being in
Monroe County, Ohio, to wit:
Uue undivided half of a Saw-Mill, situated
on the south west quarter of the north east
quarter of section thirteen, township 8, aud
range 6.
Taaas or SaleCASH.
ALEX. & WM. PICKENS, Adm'rs.
July S3, 18SiS4w. 2,5Q.
Cr. H. DAVEiTPORrS COLtJlVlN ,
Spring of 1862.
BET 00BS!
Cheaper than the
cheapest and bet
ter than the best.
Fashion, Beauty, Utility and
Economy Combined,
Cheapest Goods in
Monroe County !
,as ai MMpMtoS
,od- .-il'.n :
.Jaa ,' --. J c. i
rO , W'-JI i
& H. DAVENPORT
is now receiving
at the Old Stand.
in WOODS
V 1 1; I, D, O., a
large and entirely
new Stock of
DRY GOODS'
Calicoes, -Lawns,
Silks, Cloths, Cas-
simers and notions.
READY MADE
CLOT
COATS.
And
Vest
OOFED SKIRTS
All sizes.": '- j-
OJOJ? -l fti: (ff-tOli'l . ' :: "tit I
-.., . cav uia Ja lo '!
BOOTS & SHOES.
nat ;s.:(aiiTi" hn fv:i8v vi;i3:-fod) &J
HATS, VAPS,
Oloves, Hosiery,
aUEESSWAUE
and
uc n't.' l'fT
CHEAP" FOU
JEW
A IWY.TtM v--T "v
ALL OF THE ABOVE GOODS
WERE PIFRCUASED AT
DELPHlA
PHILA
AT THE LOWEST CASH
try w
VlUt bits r.l. -. I
And can
J ;:p .-i
be
Isii - - DV-Usj
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Call and see the
. . . .i :. Hi
New Fashioned
Diamond Hooped
iftt of
ax 9i
.K la ad
0 ( ie
Produce and Rag's taken
at the highest price for Goods
AT THE LOWEST RATES,
Boots and Shoes
.-'A .oJrKJ ,YiBi.'03 eOifluM to Jiao'l efafJo
CHEAPER THAN i
3.1
LADIES' DRESS
GOODS CHEAP
FOE CASH!
-iMaco iftsw aitT :aTT jTaavJ eat be
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The above are all from persons who are publicly known
where they reside, and who would not make these 'state
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Prepared by BR. J. C. AY EE. ft CO.,
Practioal and Analytical ChamisU, Lowell, Mass
John M. KirkbRie-k and Judkins &
HALL,Wool-fi3ld;
IL C. Kotzebsu, ISIiilaa;
M. V. Miles & SoN..Somertoh:
June 4, 1S62. l'v.
Master Comiijissioiiei's Sale.
'lt
Isaac Smith,
-t.il
ajjainst
Smith Parsons and wife :md others.
BY virtue of a mandate to me directed
from the court of Common Pleas of Mon
roe Co., O., I will offer for sale at publio
auction, at the front door of the court house
fat the town of Woodsfitsld, in said county, be
tween the hours of ten o'clock a. nt., and foar
o'clock p. m,, on
Saturday, die iSfh day of August, 1S32,
the following leal eatale, situate in said eonn
ty, to wit:" ,
The south fast quarter of the south east
quarter of section twelve, township five, and
range aeven, containing thirty-eight acres.
WM. OKEY, Mae. Copi.
Monroe ComnAon Pleas.
July lfi, 1S62 83,25.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
- -
Thomas Hughs,
against
A ad riiTf wit !
The heirs of James S. Okey, deceased
and others.
BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from
the Court of Common Pleas of Monrrte'Coun
ty..Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction,
at the frbrxt door of tbe -court house, in the
towu of Woodsfleld, in said couuty, between
the houra.ef teu o'clock a. m. , and four o'clock
p. m., on
Saturday, the 16th day of August, 1862,
the following real estate, 6ituate in said coun
ty, to wit:
Commencing at the center of the street at
the east end of New Castle, thence south east
eighty-six degrees, sixteen rods and fourteen
links, thence northwest four degrees seven
teen rods, thence north east eighty-Six de
grees to the seotion line, taenee north fifty
t ods and fourteen links, thence west to Sam
nel Orimshaw's ooruer, thence south east four
degrees with said Gflinshaw"s line to the uteet-
mg house lot, thenoo north east eiguty-six-tte-grees
to the corner of sard lot, thence to the
place of beginning, containing .niue aores,
more or less.
!Vrr. OKEY, 3Ib. Com.,
i tereii t- Monroe Common Pleas.
July 16, 1862 $5,00. 't
- , -CMMC"
Master Commissioner's Sale.
SaaauaiS. Casey 'ABafbary Cawy'liifwife.
BY Mrtue of a suandat to me directed tram
the eenrt of common pleas ef ilonroe
county, Uhia, I will offer for sale at pnblie
auction, at the front floor of tbe court house,
in the- town ef Woodsfleld, in said county, ou
Saturday, tk 16th dory ef August, 1862,
between the hours of 10 o'olock a. m., and
4 o'oloak p." m., on said day. the following de
scribed real estate, in said county, te wit :
The west half of the sooth west quarter of
seeiien twenty-fivs, township four, and raaje
six, containing 80 aores, more or less. Ap
pralaed at $9C0,
JOKii . RANDOLPH, Has. Com.
Mod roc Coaitnon Fleas.
I July' 16, 18G2.-3S5. '
THE SOLDIER'S THTJE B&mtOl
ALWAYS READY.
H b il o w a y's 0 i n tm e d t
Long marchss, sore aird gtflf jotnti; bfistflr
d fmd tnflaffiTBd fetft, all those the Soldlei
tnnat endtrre, MOTRER8, REMEaiBKR THIS,
when yoar irons ara grasping thir siakeU to
meet dnnger, think what relief a single pot of
thi ALL HEALING A COOLING SALVE will
give to the oue yon lova when far away from
home and friends. It hardens and makes
tough the feet so that they can ct dare great
fatigae. It soothes and relieves the inflamed
and stiffwied i&ints, Waving tketa satule.
strong and rigorous, while for
Saire Cult and GuH Shot fi'mimls,
It stands nneqnailc-d, remving and prevent
ing every rescige ot iuar.mmation and grtrtlv
drawlirg the edges together, it qn-Wkly and
completely Heals the most frightful wound.
WUet pnd Sisters of Voluuttert
Yon can not
pttt into the Knapsaekn of yonr
Hntsbinds and Brothers,
a more ralatiblo or
more necessary gift than a supply of this
Extraordinary Mrtrtnr-g Satire.
Tho louoly sentry walking his rounds at
night, exposed to drenching lains and' chill
night air, is often, 6d with most VIOLENT
PAINS, COUGH and SUFPOCATfDJ HOARSK
N'Bdd, flj-st symptom of QUICK CONSUMP
TION, bfit ff su'pjllied with HOLLO WAT'S
PILLS and nOLLO.WAYS OINTMENT, all dan
ger is averted, a few Pills taken night and
morning, and the Ointment briskly rubbed
ttre'ny-orer the throat and etiest Will re
move the severest pains and stop ;be most
distressing or dangerous COUGH. Therefore
we say to the whole Army.
SOLDIERS ATTENTION i!
See to your own he"allh, do not trust to the
i Army supplies although most valuable
(These1 TILLS and OiNTMENT have beeu thor
oughly tested,, they are Uie only remedies
j used ifr the Errropeati Camps and Barracks,
j for over forty.years- Doctor Holloway haa sup
plied an trie Armies in Europe, and during
CRIMEAN CAMPAIGN he established a depot
at Bataelara, for the exclusive sale of these
GREAT REMEDIES, many a time his special
Agent there has seW over a ton in Weight of
the Ointmnt in n single day. These tcrtib e
and fatal enemies of the soldier in camp.
VI.IRE.i, DYSENTERY. SCURVY,
SORES and SCROFULOUS ERUPTIONS,
all disappear like a charm before these PilL
and OINTMENT, and sow while the Cry rings
through it the land,
fO ARMS.'.' TO ARMS!!!
Do .not let these brave mea perisk by dis
ease, place in their handa these PRBCIOUS
REMEDIES, that will enable them to resist the
daugvrotts exposures, the Fevers, the Chills,
aad the wounds which they cannot avoid, and
what is more, cannot frequently get succour
in the momsnt of- need, whereas If- our brave
men nave only to put their hands into their I
Knapsacks and &ud there sate remedy for
all the casualties of the battle Held. How
many thousands of lives would thus be saved
whofotild otherwise perish before relief could
be obtained. , ...,..
None are genuine unless the words 1 IIoi.
iowAY, Nw York ax Loxrbi' are discerni
ble as a Water-imirk i every Teaf, of the boek
of directhms, arontiiT each pot or box; the
same mav be plainly seen- by holding tkf jeaf
to Uu light. A h.n.dsome reward will be g ven
to any uiiu remieriug such information fta may
leaf'tetbei detection of any party or partii!-
counteifjeiting the niudicines or vending. the i
same, knowiug them to be spurious.
, Sold st the Manufactory of "rofeasor
Hou,owT, ,8fJ Maiclco Lanff, ew Yark aad, by j
- I" " - a .X rt r---iJ
kine tUughnnt the civil! world, in pou,!
and Dealers in Med-
at 25c. 62c. and $1 eac
a, , .
giThere is a eo-nBideraUe saving hy tik
mg the larger sues. - : "' (71
IV. B Dire'.-tions for the guidance ef .pr"j
tients, in every disorder, are affixed to each i
Med 000 X it vl a III 1 I
April 30, 18G2 ly. . '
T0mWBLIC.
Q S- C K A nllERS will open a Select
j V. J, School in the Sviuinary Of Woodsneld, on
tbe 14th of July lbbi2.
SCUOOL WILL, CONTINUE 12 WEEKS.
In addition to the branches coiuiaordy taught
iu District School, opportunity will be given
for instruction in Higher Arithmetic, Alsrebra.
i Anatomy and Physiology, Physical Geography.
orology,Geolog;-, Oeometry, Trigononietrj aBd I
durreying.
Tuition iu Coin men Branches for the term $3, GO '
Tuitiou for ndvaooed classes ia Aritli metic
aud 0rammai and for students above
enumerated . 7 ... ; 4,30
55 Tallinn to he settled within one month
after eomrwenoing. No deduction for absence
except in sickness, nor then if absent less
than one treek, at one UmeC & W- A A.
S. 8. CHAMEBS.
May SA, 1-sasn. . V
Master Conimissfone14sj8ule.
JoHeph Mjtrs, AdmiTrftrtfaTW of Eira
Mttchtell. T
f t!A1l:T
against
M A
William Myers, and other.
B1
T virtue of a mandate to me direeted from
the court of common pleas of Monroe
county,' Ohio, I win ofler for sale at.puhlic
auction, at the front door of the court-house,
in said county, on .j .j ' ,.- , ft
Saturday, the 16A day of August, 1862r
between tbe hours of ten o'clock a. m.f and four
o'clock p. ra., the following described real es
tate, situate in said county, to, wit:
Commencing at the south west corner of the
north east quarter of the north east quarter of
section thirty-one, township three, range four,
thence north to the seotion line, thenco e.vt
to the section corner, thencn south to the cor
ner of said tr;;ct and on eleven rods aud sixty
four oue-hondredths of a rod to a stake, bear
ing south eighty-four degrees we-it seven aDd
a half links to a netfeh in a rook, north thirty
four degrees west twelve Mnks to a notch in
safffTock, thenoe, north eighty-tw"o degrees
west eighty rods ndCfty oue-hunflreaths or
A rod to the place of beginning, containing 42
aores. Also eommenelng at the' south eatl
corner of the south wer.t half of tne south
i east quarter of seetlun thirty"-tWotfin north
to a rUD, thence with the meanderings of the
ran to tno west uue ot r . half jyiTter.
thenoe touth to tbe south west cornel ef sajd
half quarter, thenoe east to the place of be
ginning, containing 60 acres, mora or less.
Also tbe north West quarter ef tbe north east
quarter of seetioa thirty-one, township three,
ana) range four; and the south east quarter ef
tbe south east quarter of section tbfrty.two,
township three, and range four, contain tng in
all 180 acres, all ia Monro County, Ohio.
WM. OKEY, Mot. Com.
Monroe Common Pleas
July 16, 1302, $6,7
.7
V M nWAAlKTSnm. m
-I pnt-sp Gtica MfrtnoU if mi 1
for tie Wie kvsidUt Ceitiaeit a oa
TLaOOli V vlLIL
have been introduced to the public for mora
than six years, and have acquired ja
far exceeding .any Family Jleineswof a
similar nature in the market. 4 . , -
An appreciating public was not long in"
discovering they possessed remarkable
and beace tlieit 5
and consequent profit to the Pmpri
VI! l: i
"ttwvjj Vovtscvxi set
of dollars eaeh year in- adrevtrstag theia
merits, and publishing tbe .-..$
wbich have been showered upon him from
Tbe peculiarity of the
is that they strike at the rot of Dieaaes,
by eradicating every particle of iiapority
for the life and health of the body dope ode
upon tbe purity of tho blood. -
If tbe blood is poisoned, the body drag
out a miserable existence. These medicine
for enring
Shin (Discuses,- -Old Sere
Bolt Iheurri, ' tfhe&mo&mn., -Oii
(Dyspepsia, Sink HaXLitjrve,
Liver Complaint, Foyer and gilM,tf',
Lslieorrhae-JL, Fe?rva;e Gorr.pldiimitSIf
ftrysipeias, St jnthonisFir, '
Suntorr, Eruptions, t
Fits, Scrofulous Consumption, site.
ONE person writes, her datlgbterwas defsW
of fits of nine years' standiag, and St VW
danoc of two years.
AITOTHEB, writes, bi. son wm eared
alter his nceu had almost wasted away.
rm ,i . s . i . .
Aire uuciurs prunouoceu Lue case
Ms.
ANOTHER Wm cored of Fever and Agaa
after tryinq; every medicine in his reaeh.
ANOTHER waa cured of Fever dona
which had ctisted fourteen years.
ANOTHER of Rheumatism of eight years.
Cases innumerable of Dyspennia and Lirof
votoprarat could be ment fotted in wbich tm$
Purifier and Pills
arc the most active and thorough pills that
have ever been introduced.
They act o diraetlv dtwrt the faver, excit
ing that organ to earn an extent as the
system doe? not rolapae into its former
diUon, whieh is too apt to bo the ease
simmy a purgative piu.
'Yixcj are really a
which, in conjunctiow with the
7'
11
win enro all the aforemontioned
ni of ihemsokos, w.ll relieve and oar.
ji. awajofi!', t-05;it-eriaf .
it
tpxinc, Cnalcrcb Marbus.
ticn, r-.xin. in the ototjo,
Try these medicines, and yon will
tegret it.
Ask your neighbors, who have need
ana they will say they are
and you should try them besom going Cor
phvsician. I J .
Get a Pamphlet or Alu.anae of mv
agent, and read the e'ertiheatea, and if
have ever doubted you will
toovx& vco move.
As a proof !;st llie Bl)d4 'VariHHT as PUts
Tpgwiiiu I'-, i hats ine wn:iicAi m cruns sen
arts, Prufessois CtiiUon of Y., aad iMaVfef
Vcad Dr. TV, track's special Notice and OfrrMoaeM aotx
tUkcsl ia a conjplc., port of UU Fsenr tnm tbe t
tlmc.
Price of the AwuiirnnMa Tegetalrls Btoo4 Fertaar, fl
pT bottle, orS-ipcr ttall Jo-n. If tin T iiiliaaitssi Taj
4a11 UW Hlls. 20 crnU lkr box. or t JuaW fcrfc.
Pr.nclp.it OOkx owl .w-r mm, So. 0 Kocl FqeHb at
ti n Ft r W . i. -u- . . . t. - -
i'iisiib ii mtsii . i . uaciussu, J.
So. is Hammond 9iet.
i J FOR SALE BY
d. H. Davenport, Weodsfield: H. C.
Malaga; Christrsn Zander, BrownsHle; Vaadaw.
Alexairder &,Co., Cameron; .lohtf vajfjjoa,
Stafford; Wagonfield ic Co., Jaeobsbarg ; Tiptoe)
St Powe1-Jeraaem; -Taeerb- T. Jrorrllf; CHilsg
tan; J. II. h J. V. Thnrahtrry, Beallirille sag
by Uraggisuand Mrante gerairf ffcwagt.
uot the United tatea and Canada.
?eh. ia-lSe. ly.
Ouardian's Sale.
tf)Y virtue of au order of the
J -'f Monroe Couuty, Ohio, tho
as Guardian of Vincent Sturgeon'!
elfvr for sale at public outcry, oa
sen, era
Saturday. August 16, 1862,
between the hours of lOo'cfock a. so.,
oV'-ck p. in , the following described
so, lo wit :
Tim aoniii Stsst quarter of tbe north
quarter of .rirtimi thirt-tWO, towasbip
and range tliree, eaceptiag tare
north wef-t corner, owutaiDiag
acres, nin r iis,
TERM? known fen day of ,
4y sVm9.. . 4w. Xlt.
to nui OOXtmsti
MJSSIOysVstS OF M
WTE whose
nam eo are
VV freeholders
ef said County.
your honor grant a view, surrey aajg
tion of a County Head. coaawMtet 4
County Koed on tbe farm of Henry J
on Trail, ma, tn iienten tewnabba.
ttirasmn satu larsa, taenee
i John Ili4iae in Jax bsoa
s. 1 . -ta. 1 J .e.. V I a.a
Martin Keitt, Michael LoUt, Skinnat 4 '
bridge. John C Bue) down HnbbaK Mm to
Jacob vVahiikaas, aoaa Myara tai I. f.
Skinner, down tbe rue to
road to tbe river toad;
will ever vr"- ft
tboneV
acroa osr s
9hav-
rTWeUa
.i JUIaJ aa
ram oam
.-,'ws.M.
Jul rAisoi gt.fi. pi
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