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O. AUGUST 13, 1862.
VOLBME NINETEEN ! OP THE Spirit op Democracy, REDUCTION IN PRICE, ONLY $1,25 A YEAR I Tee Cheapest County P&per in Ohio! tYe noki Volume of the Spirit of Democracy will eeWmence on Wednesday, Maroh IS, 1862, e4 111 be famished to subscribers at the fclbmiog liberal "'IHaM,':..','a.:; flingl sobeoiiptious in advance. . .$1,25 If paid within the year 1,60 It not paid within the year . . 2,00 tST The above rate adhere! to in all oases JPflftuftlj - 4 iy' i.t -" --. i am We- ewpeot by publishing the paper at the foregoing liberal rates to obtain a large cum ber of new subscribers, who will pay for their papr in advance. If we arenot disappointed to thij, the change in the terms will be ad ntapoons both to the publishers and the subscribers. The subscribers who intend paying for their paper wili get it cheaper and the publishers will get their pay for the paper sfthoogh the price Is extremely low. J Subscribe and pay is advascb. "A penny saved is as good as a penny earned." The SriRiT is .the official organ of the Conn ty, and no business man can afford to do with out it. THE Douglas Memorial 1e tUploma of Membership of the lXMJCrLAS MONUMENT ASSOCIA TION, beautifully engraved on steel, about 9 by 12 inches in dimensions, is now ready for distribution to the subscribers to the Monument Fund. To all persons forwarding to tho Association one dollar or more will be sent one of these Diplomas, properly executed. To contributors in the sum of TWO BQLLARS or more, will be furnished ipntuitonsly, besides the Diploma, a beau tiful imperial size STEEL ENGRAVING OF JUDGE tmmo a -, D-OUGLAS, 21 by 17 inchc3. published by Marsh, Rve A Comp.any. Xaitibutors in the sum of One Dollar will beoorae life members of the Douglas Monument Association; in the sum .of Twenty Dollars, honorary life members; tffrin the sum of One Hundred Dollars, honorary life members of the Board of Trustees. N. B. Local receivers and solicitors for contributions are being authorized in the loyal States. Pamphlets aad circu lar containing the organization, consti tution, by laws and appeal of the Asso f wtifjn.wijr bo forwarded to all who will their addrcsB. Communications sJb14 bo directed to the "Secretary of tlteiOKglae Monument Association, Chi cago, Illinois." All editors who will insert this card in theiaijy, Weekly or Tri-Weekly, three months, with an occasional notice to ad vance the object in view, will have for warded to them immediately Diplomas as lMHM'(kry Life Members of this Associa tion, a'fso a copy of the above Portrait, npon a receipt by the society of a copy of their paper containing Ibis announcement. WALTER B. SCATES, President. I. to nap. i) W. Volk, Secretary. 63.-3m. NrF7Nws ! Good News '!,.. jjg$pTION, FARMERS! JhSjt -.st!n" ;. ' -djkjm present hard times, when South rn Molasses and Syrups aro vary scarce and high; and when it ia necessary for all toTJsrc as much money aa possible, the TRUE FRUpiBS OF THE PEOPLE ARE aecRn'fc Erasier-A Son. 'Agents for the Sugar Mills and ojs of J. L. Gill & Son of and also for those of various ether firms in the State. These 3Iills.and Evaporators, with care fd JIM.' jfake from 50 to 100 gallons per day, of a most beautiful article of Syrups fxgflpt, the- Sorghum; almost as clear as r, ana very pleasant to the taste. who raise Sorghum, have now aJWJjM dtftMri t y of procuring near horn:, a FIRSi CLASS MILL, of any ilse, according to their wants. Two or three! or half a-doaea. farmers, can one or thm Mule will do tte We have on "hand also. LE .EVAPORATOR. will receive prompt st- TSrJTfSSSh&iEK & son. mot tm Btouwville, Ohio. I Sill MB) Will i m i mmow r - A-BMIXIZTRA TOR'S NOTICE. -fWtKM tfWtpLit the under- JWsWjhegNgi fj$p$h y 01 Mlly. l862. a00BVNtir4tne ProbateCourt ef Menroe tommy? dhVtf Administrator of tbe KsUU of mhp tHWllegi!t-d. ' -MA-R9ARLT STOPFAL. Adni'rx. W JJv Sj T CdTunibtis: niCa- and SMRHk Ot SjH SaJ- AU calls g, McGILTW, Attorney & Counsellor Cameron, Monroe Comnty, Ohio. PARTICULAR attention given to allbnshiesa entrusted iu his care, in Monroe and ad joinirg Comities. Dee. 1 1, 1861. ly- DR. P- D. GITHENS, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, TTAB permanently located in C am J. J. Kespectfully tenders bis profes sional services to the citizens of CaMErok and vicinity. fgT Particular attention given to female diseases. Deo. 25, '61 ly.pd. Home Testimony. Walnut Ridob, Lawrence Countv, 0., April 8, 1809. Dr. C. W. Roback Sin For the benefit of the suffering humanity, permit me to say that I have found yonr Scandinavian Blood Pills and Blood Purifier a sure cure for Indigestion and Liver Complaints. Mr. P. Myeis 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. Bee advertisement is another column. Yours truly, NICHOLAS BULL. CENTRALOHIO rb Between Columbus and Wheeling, CONNECTING VIA Bell aire and Pittsburgh WITH THE Pennsylvania Central R4 B,. AND VIA BELLAIRE & WHEELING WITH THS BALTIMORE AND OHIO R R. roa . Washington City, Baltimore, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, Boston, and All Eastern Cities. 'PHIS Route offers the ADVANTAGE of a JL Through Ticket and Baggage Check to WASHINGTON CITY, and also gives the Pas senger the privilege of visiting BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK, at the oost of a New York Ticket alone; or the privilege of visiting all of the principal SEABOARD CITIES at the cost of a BOSTON Tioket alone, via other routes. Through Tickets to NEW YORK can be pro cured via WASHINGTON CITY, at an addi tional expense of $2. Time aa Quick and Fare as Low aa on Other Routes. SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. ASIC roa TICKETS VIA Columbus and Dellalre or wheeling. JNO. W. BROWN. April 30, 1862, Gen. Ticket Agent. NEWJII. GREA T RE VOL UTION IK PRICES TCOME ONE, COME ALL!. AN entire NEW STOCK of PANCY DRY GOODS, of every description . Boats and Shoes, BONNETS, QUEENSWARE, , HARD WARE, SALT, Wholesale and Retail; and everything else usually kept in a DRY GOODS 8TORE. The above articles will be sold at greatly reduced prices. Also, in connection with the Store, I am car rying on a Shoe Shop, A hrce aBaortment of all kinds of HOME-MADE BOOTS & SHOES, kept constantly on hand. tSp-' Store room cn Fry Street, Clarington, Monroe County. Ohio. CHARLES LOBENSTEIN, July 2, 1862. 2m.pd. Proprietor. Wheeling and Parkersburg HEW MAIL PACKET EXPRESS, J. HARRISON, MASTER. Runs regularly between Wheeling 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. JOHN MlLRlJiE, Clerk. Jnne 25; 1662. . u , Notice in Partition, MARGARET REESE, William Reese, Abra ham Reese, Catharine Reese, James Reese, John Reese and Joseph Danels, will take notice that a petition was filed against them on the 25th day of July, 1662, in the Court ot Com mon Pleas within and for the County of Mon roe and State of Ohio, by Thomas Cline, as Guardian of John Reese, a minor heir of Jo eeph Reese, 'eoeasd, and it now ponding wherein'said Thomas Cline, as such Guardian, demands partition of the following Real Es tate situate In said oountj, to wit: The Bouth west quarter of the tenth west quarter of section thirty- two, township three, aad range five, oontaining t O0r, more or less; and at th nest tons of sdd court the said Thomas Cline aa such Guardian, will ap ply for an order that partition may be made of said premises, Ac HOLLISTEE & 0EY, Att'yt for Petitioners. July 3. 1&G2 .6w. 3,50. Robert Chase's Estate. VTOTICE is hereby given that the under ll signed was, en the 26th dav of July, 1662, appointed by too Probate Court of .Mon roe County Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of Robert Chase, late of sa.d county, dec d EDWARD ARCHBOLD, Adm'r. July 30, 1862 3t. HOWARD ARCHBOLD, A. C. ABCHBOLP. Notary Public ARCHBOLD & SON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Woodsfield, Ohio. (Particular attention given to all bnsiness entrusted to their care in the counties of Mon oe, Noble, Belmont, and Washington." Dr. . T. Sinclair Having resumed the Practice of Med icine, tenders his Professional ser vices to the citisens of Woodsfield and vieinity. 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, gratia, by apply ing at tbe omce ot tbe spirit. CERTIFICATES. We, the undersigned, have used "Lang ttroth'i Movable Comb Bet-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 complete control over them and their combs and honey. We feel confident that by its use bee-keeping may not only be made mnch more profitable than heretofore, but that it may be pursued with a certainty of tucce.ts hitherto unknown in this country, and we take pleasure iu earnestly recom mending it to all persons engaged or wishing to engage in Bee-culture. Vincent Baker, Graysville; Doct. Dally, Antioch; A. T. Coos, Matamorae; G. S. Alobo, Brownsville; J Ridgway, Brownsville. CAUTION. Having tha Exclusive Right to make and sell Longstroth's Patent Movable Comb Bee Hive, in th County of Monroe, and Grandview Township, Washington County, Obio, notice ia hereby given that all persona found mak ing, selling or using the Movable Comb Bee Hi e. whether in open violation of tbe patent law, or under the pretext of pretended im provement, without having first purchased the right from us, will be prosecuted accord ing to law. PRICE QF RIGHTS. An Individual or Farm Right to use this invention, will be sold for five dol lars. Such a right 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 re permitted to use the hive without an charge Those pur chasing individual rights are hereby in formed that the inventor has expressly secured to them the right to use any improvements which he may hereafter patent, without any further cnarge. t3gT" Applications for Individual and Township Rights, in Washington and Monroe Counties, may be addressed to Allen & Rowan, Jolly P. O.; Hugh B Hill, Woodsfield; Vincfnt Baker' Graysville; Doot. Dally, Antioch; or to D. W. South, Traveling Agent, Monroe County, Ohio. April 30, 1862. 4mo jd Soldiers' Claims. AMOS & MORROW, HAVING secured the proper forms for the prosecution of Soldieis Claims, respect- spectfully offer their services in procuring the Bounty, Back Pay, Pensions, &o. for the friends of all Soldiers who are entitled to claims against the U. S. Government. 0f We have all the necessary forms ap proved by tke proper Departments and the ad vantage of giving all Claims our personal at tention. June 18, 1862 3m. pd. NOTICE Z THE subscriber continues to prosecute 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, lension Invalid, Pension Bounty or arrears of pay, &c fii Blanks will be sent by mail when de sired to be tilled and executed. (9 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 traveling expenses. JOEL F. RANDOLPH. Woodsfield, 0., April 30, 1862. 8m. Monroe Mutual FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. This company, being organized nnder a favor able charter obtained from the Legislature, ia now in a prosperous condition, and ready to Insure Hotels, Dwelling Hoasea, Barns, Stables, Store Houses, Shops, &c, &c, against loss by fire. DIRECTORS. 8. L. MOONEY. JOHN M. ROWND. JNO. M. KIRKBRIDE. WM. OKEY. LEWIS SHIPLEY, J. W. ARMSTRONG , J. B. OBLINGER, T. A. LAMPING. W. A. TALBOTT, H. 0. KoTZEBUE, NATHAN HOLLISTER. J B NOLL. J A. DAVENPORT JOHN A. DAVENPORT. Prea'L N. Hollibtbk, Treat. J. B. NOLL, Secretary and General Agent. May 21. 1662 ly. WOOL CARDING! ISAAC RICHNER has made extensive Im provement in hia CARDING MACHINE, and it bettor than ever prepared to accommo date, on the shortest notice, all who with to have WOOL CARDED, aad well carded. Wool wi 1 bo roeeived and rolls delivered in good order, at C. C. NIESER'S ia Lewis ville. The subscriber Intends to run a team from Woodsfield to Ctaringtost, and Wool oan bo sent and rolls returned free of charge. Give me a trial, aad I will give yoa satis faction, ISAAC RICHNER. WeodcAeld, Ohio, June , 1682 9s. SAMUEL GRIMSHAW. WILLIAM WALTON- Drs. GRIMSHAW & WALTON 1 Respectfully inform the cltisena of Woodsfield and viciaity. that having removed from New Caatle, they offer their Professional services to those requiring them. Office opposite J. M. Kirkbride's resi dence, Woodsfield, O. Nov. 18, 186I.1T. Doct, Lavosier H, Gratigny OFFERS his professional services J to the citizens of BEALLSVILLE and vicinity. He may always be found ready to accommodate his patrons at the residence of his fath er, Dr. L. Gratigny, in Beallsville. October 8, 1861. 3m. pd. Dr. J. M. Evans, T ESPECTFULLY offers his professional ser XV vices to the citizens of STAFF ORD aud vicinity. t vicinity Officb two doors south of Wells store; where he may always be found, except when professionally absent. Reference is made to Dr. J. E. Thomas, of Beallsville, Ohio. Sept. 4, 1861 4m. pd. The new and fast running steamer Captain CHARLES BOOTH, is running regularly between "Wheeling Ac Farkeraburg. She leaves Wheeling every Monday Wednesday and Fridav 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 SUNFISH HOUSE. P. DILLON, Pbopriktob. rpHB 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 erate. Sept. if, '61 ly. PETER DILLON. WOODSFIELD CHAPTER OF ROYAL ARCH MASONS, Meets on Monday evening next after each full moon. W. HOLLISTEE, H. P. J. S. Way. Sec'y. February 11, 1861. BL00MEK HOUSE. WOODSFIELD OHIO. T. K. Davis Proprietor mOMMY DAVIS HAS TAKEN CHARGE OF X the hotel, formerly the Holland house, on the corner of Main cross street and the public square, where he will be pleased to see bis old customers; and he begs leave to as sure them that they will find him as attentive and accommodating as at his old stand. He has thoroughly refitted and 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 he need say nothing; new ones are lequested to try him. April 1 5th, 1860. 3 J, D ST AU V E R, Clock and Watch Maker, WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO. O. Will keep an assortment of watches, clocks, jewelry and notions. His prices shall com pare favorably with those of Wheeling and ZanesvlHe. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry care fully repaired and Warranted. TERM.-, F08ITIVKVT CASH. Dec. IS 1656. NEW MILLINERY Establishment. THE Ladies of Woodsfield and vicinity are respectfully and particularly invited to call at Miss M. Cunningham's Fashionable Millinery Establishment, MAIN STREET, nearly opposite Kirkbride's Store, and examiue her BONNETS and TRIMMING- suitable for the SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON before purchasing elsewhere. STRAW GOODS and FLOWERS, RIBBONS, BLONDES of the finest quality. BONNETS will be made and trimmed in the shortest possible time. jg flgf BLEACHING and PRESSING done to order. Jgjj May 21, 1662. 2m. INSOLVENT NOTICE. Notioe is hereby given, that the Probate Court of Afonroe County, Ohio, did, on the 1st day of July, 1862, declare the Estate of Otho Farmer, deceased, probably insolvent. All persons are notified that they most present their claims to the undersigned with in six months from this date. JACOB DAVIS, Adm'r. July 9. 1862 4w. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that tbe subscriber was appointed, on Jnne 25, 1862, by the Probate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, Ad ministrator of the Estate of Wit. Wokbskb, deceased, lata of Monroe county. July 2, 1862. MICHAEL NEIHART. Legal Notice. NN JANE McCUTCHEON, of the State of Pennsylvania, will take nntiee that on the 10th day of May, 1862, Joseph El rod and Mary his wife, filed a petition ia tho Court of Com mon Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, asking that dower bo assigned to said Mary, In the following lands in Afonroe County, Obio, to wit : Tho west half of the north east quarter and the oast half of the north west quarter of aeotiou five, township two, rang five, con taining ninety-nine acres, mora or less, and that aaid petition Will be for hearing in said Court at the next term thereof. HOLLISTER & OKEY, Attorneys for Petitioner. My 2, 1863. w. $S. ilrWi JAMES O. ORE. JOSEPH O. LITTLB 1862. 1862. 4 -i- BOOKS, WALL-PAPERANP STATIONERY. J . ORR a 0- No, 106 Main Street, WHEELING, VA. "TU have just received our Spring Stock WALL PAPER, BORDERS, WINDOW SHADES, $c. Having the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK of PAPER HANGINGS in the City, we are prepared to offer nnparal lelled inducements to COUNTRY MERCHANTS! Our stock of stationery consists of CAP, LETTER, NOTE, LADIES PA R CHMENT, RECORD CAP LEGAL AND FLAT CAP PA PERS. (jgr Envelopes of all styles and grades, and everything belonging to the stationery line. BO0KS. SCHOOL BOOKS. LAW, MKDICAL, THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELAINEOUS BOOKS always on hand. WE are agents for the American Tract Society, Sunday School Union, and Presbyterian Board of Publication. We invite the special attention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to our stock. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR RAGS. 106 Main St., Wheeling, V.a. March 13, 1861. JOHN B. NOLL, Nolary 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 aud giving notice thereof, ad ministering oaths, &c. Woodsfield, O..July 17,59. Monroe Agricultural Works THRESHING MACHINES. Threshers Horse BUILDING and Cleiners. Powers. & REPAIRING. has now the entire control of this establish ment, by tar the most extensive of the kiml 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 their 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 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 satisfaction. He is also prepared (having made recent arrangements) to do blackstnithing of all kinds, including horse-shoeing, ironing wagons or anything desired in this line. GEORGE P. HORN. Angnst 8, 1860. tf. W. T. SINCLAIR. MARTIN BAKER, JR SINCLAIR & BAKER TAKE pleasure in announcing to their cus tomers, and the publio in general, tha they have now on hand, and intend keeping constantly, a general assortment of DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, VAR NISHES, BRUSIIES, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY, NOTIONS, &c. Also Gi varies of various kinds Iron, Nails, Plow-points, Salt, (Kanawa and Pomeroy.) flgj" Produce of every kind will be received in exchange for goods. Woodsfield, Sept. 10, 18C6. Monroe Lodge No. 189. 0' F 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. F. Randolph,, S. W. J. D. St au ver, Sec'y. James Mitchell, J. W, John W. Oket, S. D. H. B. Hill, Treasurer. H. R. Mason, J. D. D. New h art, Tyler. Woodsfield, Jan. 22, 1862. Forwarding and Commis sion Business, AT CLARINGTON, 0. TPHE 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 suob mode rate prices aa will not fail to satisfy all who mav favor me with their bnsiness. Jan. 8, 1862 3mo PETER DILLON. WOODSFIELD MARBLE WORKS. D. Neuhart cfc Co. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. 18 prepared to fnrnish TOMB STONES, TABLE TOPS, MANTLES, and every thing else in the marble lino. Shop one door south of Kirkbride's store. D. NEUBART d CO. Jnne 18 1869. ly. R. R. R. FAREWELL Calomel, Blue Pill, Quinine. FAREWELL . OPIUM, CHLOROFORM, AND ALCOHOL. Radwat's Rem edies combine all that ia required for the purgation, purification, reg ulation, invigora- tion, and harmo nization of all the organs of tha ba rn an body. Radwat's Rka- dy Relief, taken as a preventive fortifies tbe frame against the infia ences of bad air, bad water, damp, judden changes o f temperature, and every species of infection. It calms the throes of agony as oil tills the waves. Taken at the first outset of any disease, it cures atone. Administered later, it suspends the disorder, and affords an oppor tunity for the other remedies to exercise their benign influence. IMPORTANT TO PARENTS. Every parent should keep a supply of Bad 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 Rheniatism, Neuralgia, Cramp, Spasms, Pains, Aches, and other infirmities, an application of the Ready Relief externally, or a teaspoonful in a little water as a drink, will stop the most excruciating pains in from live to fifteen min utes. In severe attacks of Croup Diptheria or Sore Throat Plagua Radway's Ready Relief will always save life, and quickly cure the pa tient. , n. 't aA .. t't 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 uuture, are restored to health and vigor by their use. All the ordinary affections of the Btomach, bowels, and liver, yield to the fiist or second dose. Six Pills suffice in the worst cases, and they operate iu from three to six hours, more effectually than 30 of the drastic class given in such nauseating quantities. Coated with sweet gum the Pills hava no dis agreeable flavor. They not only cure Costive uess quickly but permanently, a id in bilious ness they are iufallible. Dyspeptics who have suffered for years, recover iu a few weeks un der this painless operation. They act power fully upon the circulation of tbe blood, ren dering it uniform and equable throughout the system. ItADWAY'S RENOVATING EE- SOLVENT Searches the diseased blood, and purges it of iutiamuiatory and (orrupting particle-'. For chronic diseases, supposed to be infixed in the liesh aud tissues past all help, it is the one ! sole Invariable cure. There is not a flesh oi i skin decider that can resist this mighty dis-1 infecteht. Ulcerated Sore Throat, Bronchitis. Tubercles on the lungs, all forms of Ulceration inward or outward, succumb before its anti septic anti-inflammatory action. Radway's Remedies are sold by Druggists everywhere. RAD WAY A CO., 23 John Street, N. Y." J- M. K1RK15RIDB, J. T. JUDKINa. Agents. Afay 7, 1S62. at Clarington Lodge. No. 263, f F. A A. Masons, meets the Monday on or j i -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, 8ec'y. Wm. F. Booth, S. D. llenrj Schutty. J. D. I Robert Chase, Tyler. James Messerly, T. ' Jnuary 1-8, 1861. ly.- i C0LP1TTS H. P. IIAliSR. COLPITIS & HAGEB. MANUFACTURES OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLE MONUMENTS, Tombs, Head-Stones, &c ON NEW AND ELE'tANT DESIGNS AND OF SUPEIHIOR WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH. Persons wishing to purchase will find it to their interest to give us a call before going elsewhere. fi- MARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN, BAKNESV1LLE, OHIO. , ,f . June 1, 1S6I ly. Sunlish and Wheeling Packet, THE PAST RUNNING STEAMER I N li 0 H A R ! CAPT. STEPHEN THOMPSON, eaves Sun fish every morning for Wheeling, returning every evening, remaining at Wheeling several hours. Nov. 9, 8. JUDKINS & HALL, In the room formerly occupied by Fred ick Rhines, one door north of the Mon roe House.. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DBUGS & MEDICINES. -.' t.-js1? ;.i i ;.av 'o Jhw 4 lsr,t If? CHEMICALS, VARNISHES, DYE WOODS, WINDOW D FE STUFFS, SLASS, 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. SYRUP8, 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 in this section, and war ranted to be fresh, pure and genuine. Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed, with regard both to price and qnality. Physicians prescriptions attended to at all bours of the dav or night, Afay 1 1861 ly. SUGAR G E0VE 9 9 'i'S NURSERIES. THE Proprietor of these Nurseries would respectfully inform the public and every body that his Stock is very complete, and in most thiugs great in variety and amount. .Be would impress on the minds of those wishing to plant the importance of procuring good trees grown near home and of tbe best varie ties all of which we claim to have, while this is the only place in Eastern Ohio where GOOD RELIABLE STANDARD PEAR TREES oan be procured, aad at tbe same time par chasers oan bo accommodated with anything they need in the way of TREES. PLANTS Ac. We would note portion larly, a very large Stock of Apple Trees, of fine size and of great vigor. Cn series a very snperioi assortment, and an immense Stock botb of STANDARD aad DWARF PEACHES. PEARS, PLUMS, APRICOTS, Ac. For garden culture we havo a very fin Stock of DWARF APPLES, of the best and most shuwy varieties. DWARF PEARS and DWARF CHERRIES, and Berries in great variety. Of HARD GRAPES we have ibout 30 varieties, including DELAWARE; DIANA, CONCERA, CUYAHOGA. REBECCA, EARLY NORTHERN MUSCODINE. Ac, Ac. Of Ornamentals, we have an immense stock both in variety and amount. Of Evergreen and other Trees and Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Dahlias, Phloxes, Ac., Ac; all of wtiiohfw will sell for CASH, at prices to suit the times.- Now is the time to buy, as one dollar wRS get nearly as much as two will at other times and the Trees are of extra size and qnality We are also receiving and forwarding ?ufl" scriptions for most of tire Airriculrural. Hor ticultural and Rural publications, molt of which we can fuiuith to our customers at Club rates. (gp Address all orders to James Edgerton, BamesviUe, Ohio. Jan. 8, 1862 tf. JOHN W, CAR0THERS, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. HOUSE PAINTING, GLZ1NG, GRAININO, PAPER HANGING, LETTERING, READY MIXED PAINTS OP-ALL COLORS, tgg Done and prepared in the -most fashion able styles, and on the shortest notice, Oct. 16, lSlil ly. STAFFORD LODGE Bo. 300. Of free and accepted Masons, meet Hi Monday on or preceding the fall moon ht each mouth. JOHN W. BARNETT, W. . E. Okkt, S. W. L Ruoirss, S. D. A.jPickbks, Treat. 1 ' . T..f W. S. War, H W. I R. Takkkb, J. P. il I.no. W. 1IakbisSci. ta ord, Febiuary 19, 1S62 EOGEEEY. SPBJAG TKADE 1862! T. SWEEJ Y & SON 65 Main Street, Wlicelng; Va. ARE just receiving from England a heavy and well selected Stock of the various styles of QUE ENS WARE j o whioh they invite the : chants Tisitiui; the "ity. March 5, 18.ij2 6u. attention of Mer- (at IlCTJOJFt STORE! J ACOB SCHNEIDRR has just received from the Rasl a la'ge and tine assortment ef Liq uors, whioh he wili sell at retail, at prices to suit the times. Woodtflidd, O,. April 30, 18(52.. -onto WOOL CARDIE, SPINNING AND WEAVING. The proprietors thankful for past favor, would inform their customers, and the pnblio generally, that they are. jow muc h better pre pared than ever for Carding, Spiuning aad Weavine. such as CASAfiliTTS, BLANKETS, JRAN3 TWEEDS. Any of the above articles will be worked on the shares or by the yard. The subscribers having been encaged in the above business for 3ft years, flatters thesa selres that they oan giye satisfaction to ail who may favor them with their patronage. 48 Wool will be received and delivered at S. Paocoaat'a, Camion; Sinolair k Baker's, Woodsfield; Peter Dorr's, JUiltonsburgh and I. H. & J. V. Tlioiuberry's, HealLsvillc. JOHN GRAHAM, T. W. THOMAS, Jerusalem, Monroe Co., Ohio. May 14, 182. Siu.pd. JOHN 3EX. NOLL AGENT A N D S EC BSTiKT . 1,U III rf ' A f V a VJK. QF TnE Monroe Mutual Insurance Company WILL attend on MONDAY OF BACH WEEK at the Office of the Savings Institute. Tliis being the day set apart for this purpose, all persons having bnsiness with the Company will please call on this day. I'sb. II .1867. ftf.l ; If. Attach naent Notice. 3F : Alexander Triggj Yi a against Simon Ilorkheiraer. oil !ftm-t Notioe Is hereby given that an attachment was issued against the Defendant in this oi' for$S2,S0. laid oaso will be for hearing t. fore Thomas Afnrphy, P., on the 50th day OT. A-agusi ISO. . -'-I V July 1, 186a.'it. John C. Foutty's Estate. NOTICE is hereby given, that the unde signed was, on the S7ik day ot Mar, 1862, appointed by tho Probate Conrt of Monroe county, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of John C. Faulty, deceased JOHN ROBISON, July 1862. Administrator. BLANK DEEDS AND MO RTGAGES, FOR SALE AT THIS OFFIC