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V0LL1IE NINETEEN !
-r VW-W-U
5MtT op DiMocnACT,
fOV IN PRICE,
Tgt'i County Puuer iu Okiel
V..lutnu uf tlio Spirit of Democracy
Will ooniumoi on VVe-luoid.vy, March 13, 1862,
end, JtA-K tt fari;od to bubocriltiia at the
-TERMS-
't1o In advance .. .$1 .25
ilhin the rear 1.50
Pfeeh ve ratoa adhered to in all oaes
We eapset bj publishing the paper at the
foregoing liberal rates 16 obtain a large num
ber of sew subBoribera, who will pay for their
paper in sjkdjranoe. If we are not disappointed
ia this, tho ohaag- la tho terms will be ad
vantageous both to the publishers -and the
ahsaribers. The subscribers who intend
paying for their paper will get it cheaper and
the publishers will get their pay for the paper
altfbagh the prioe is extremely low.
Bataoribe aud pay im advance. "A penny
av4& M gao;l as a penny earned."
'Xbe Snail Is the official organ of the Conn.
tf, and ao business man cau afford to do with-
ifleinoriai
The IipUiv of Memharship of the
DOUOlAH MONUMENT ASSOCIA
TION, beautifully engraved on steel
about 9 by 12 inches in iesionsv is now
mdj fo distribution to the subscrrbers
ttfo Monument Fund. To all persons
forwarding, to the Association one dollar
oT'tn6rWi!l be sent one of these Diplomas,
properly executed.
To contributors in the sum of TWO
flttflraV?? :Qf more, will be furnished
gRcOTtotfsfr, besides the Diploma, a beau-
STEEL E
ENGRAVING OF JUDGE
DOUGLAS,
SI by 17 inches, published by Marsh,
Rowe 4 CpoiBaay. '".
JMatftflluatcrs io the sum of One Dollar
will Imjjcowc life members of the Douglas
Mo'ritLuWfrt Association; in the eum of
Twenty Dollars, honorary life members;
and in the eum of One Hundred Dollars,
honorary lite members of the Board ol'
HilQmMm 4mi solicitors
jfcgontritttions are being authorized in
-BToyaT States. Pamphlets aud circu
lars containing the organization, consti
tution, by laws and appeal of the Asso
ciation wiJl be forwarded to all who will
uartfAjtsaddm3s. Communications
iWlMflwTWfcctw ttfmfSt&rtllTJ Of
mcut Association, Chi-
lo-wininSeTT thrs cTd in
thuir Daily, Weekly or Tri-Weekly, three
months. With an occasional notice to ad
bjeckjia .Yifcw will have for-
!m immediately Diplomas as
PjW4ebors of this Associa-
30j. couv air the above l'ortrait.
Lf feoeiDt by fhe sovety of a copy of
trreTTpHrPr rontTffirig this announcement.
aLJCEfi. R.C ATES, President,
ijin AV. Aolsc, Secretary.
aws! Good NewsTI
FARMERS!
.
rd times, when South -
and "SyrupS are: very soarce
when it 13 necessary for all
maeh taoney as possible, the
afliUIE FRIENDS OF THE PEOPLE
Kmsier & Son.
nU for the Sugar JIM and
-rf -i. Gin, &, Son of
i "-also "for those of various
38lfrtircr State.
iHs an:l Evaporators, with care
'ike from 50 to 100 gallons per
thetfii"u.l article of Syrups
,.i;nutu; almost aa jear ae
"-!'' 1 to the taste.
phv ie Ski 'hum, hav now
an oprorto nwwB'f vaettring aear hoou, a
-.fL - A O O .ill ILL,
heir-wanta. Two
-cf
time 3fills icill do the
i e have on hand also.
A CLE EVAPORATOR
-'-11, receive prompt at
. Brneill, Ohio.
A TOR'S NOTICE.
hv eiven thnt the undar
yutf Mitf 4y of May, l-62
nhs-ti' Court of Monrot
trn-tr of the Rslaha of
RBT MTOFFAL, Adm'rv.
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McUILTON,
Attorney & Counsellor
Cameron, Monroe Cou7itjf Ohio.
PARTICULAR attention given to all business
entrusted in his care, in Monroe and ad
joining Gotrnties. Dec. 1 1, 1861. ly-
DR. P- D. GITHENS,
PHYSICIAN & STJEGEON,
HAS permanently located iu C am
kron, Monroe County, Ohio
Respectfully tenders his profes
sional services to the citizens of
Cameron and vicinity.
jflT Particular attention given to female
diseases.
Dee. 25, '61 ly.pd.
lloine Testimony.
WasrT Rioob, Lawrenee Conntv, 0.,
April 8, 1859.
Dr. C. W. Rocack Sir: For the benefit of
the suffering humanity, permit me to say that
I have fouu.t your Scandinavian Blood Pills
aud Blood Purifier a sure cure for Indigestion
and Liver Complaints. Mr. P. Myets of this
place was prostrated with this disease, his case
was pronounced almost hopeless. A few boxes
of the Pills, and bottles of Purifier oured him
so that he is now able to labor.
Bee advertisement in another column.
Yours truly, NICHOLAS HULL.
CENTRAL OHIO R. R
Betwecn Columbus and Wheeling !
CONNECTING VIA
Bell aire and Pittsburgh
WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central BtR.
AND VIA
OELLAIRE & WHEELING
WITH THE
BALTIMORE AND OHIO R
FOB
R.
Washington City, Baltimore,
PHIL A DELPHfA, NEW YORK,
Boston, and AH Eastern Cities.
THIS Route offers the ADVANTAGE of a
Through Ticket and Baggage Check to
WASHINGTON CITY, ar.d also gives the Pas
senger the privilege of visitiug BALTIMORE,
PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK, at the cost
of a New York Ticket alone; or the privilege
of visiting all of the prinoipal SEABOARD
CITIES at the cost of a BOSTON Tioket alone,
via other routes.
Through Tickets to NEW YORK ean be pro
cured via WASHINGTON CITY, at an addi
tional expense of $2.
Time as Quick and Fare as Low as on
Other Routes.
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
ASK FOB TICKETS VIA
Columbus and Bellalre
or wheeling.
JNO. W. BROWN,
April 30, 1862. Gen. Ticket Ai?ent.
TEfjlT
GREAT RE VOL UTION IN PRICES
S-COME ONE, C03IE ALL! 9
AN entire NEW STOCK of FANCY DRY
GOODS, of every description.
Boats and $hoes,
BONNETS, QUE ENSWARE,
HARD WARE, SALT,
Wholesale and Retail; and everything else
usually kept in a DRY GOODS
STORE.
The above articles will be sold at
greatly reduced prices.
Also,
in connection with the Store, I am car
rying on a
hhoe &hop,
large nsnortment of all kinds of
HOME-MADE BOOTS & SHOES,
kept constantly on hand.
jgr Store room cn Fry Strec,
Clarington, Monroe County, Ohio
July 2, 1862. 2m.pd. Proprietor.
Wheeling and
Parkersburg
NEW MAIL PACKET
EXPRESS,
J. HARRISON, MASTER.
g35"Runs regularly between Wheeling and
Parkersburg, leaving Wheeling every Tuesday,
Thursday aud Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Returning, leaves Parkersburg every Monday,,
Wednesday and rriday, at half past 5 o'clock
A. M. JOHN ,115. LKISE, Clerk.
June 2S, 1862.
Notice in Partition,
MARGARET REESE, William Reese, Abra
ham Reese, Catharine Reese, James Reese,
ohn Reese and Joseph Danels, will take notice
that a petition was flied against them on the
25th day of July, 1862, in the Court ot Com
mon Pleas within and for the County of Mon
roe aud State of Ohio, by Thomas Cline, as
Guardian of John Reeae, a minor heir of Jo
seph Reese, deceased, and is now pending
wh ereinjuaid Thomas Cline, as such Guardian,
demands partition of the following Real Es
tate situate in said count , to wit:
Tha south west quarter of the south west
quarter of section thirty-two, township three,
and range five, containing 25 acres, mora Or
less; a&dfat the next term of said court the
aaid Thomas Clina as such Guardian, will ap
ply for an order that partition may be made
of aata. nrsrahwurfco-
HOLLI6TER & OKEY,
Att'ys for Petitioners.
July 30, 19-12 tlw. $3,50.
Robert Chase's Estate,
NOTICE is hereby given that the tinder
signed was, on the 2Sth day of July,
1S62, appointed by the Probata Court of Afon-
roe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate
of Robert Chase, late of sa d county, dee'd.
EDWARD AECHBOLD, Adm'r.
July 30, lfJ2 3t.
EDWARD ABCHBOLD, A. C. ABCHBOT.D.
Notary Public
AECHBOLD & SON
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Woodslield, Ohio.
("Particular attention given to all basiness
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 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
thiB 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
stroih's 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 whioh Jt professes to furnish the tym
IICO IUI fri nri mills. ...i , .til iLUUUl lijj lit lUltj
destroying or enraging the bees, that it gives
us coti-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 certainly of
tnccets 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.
Viscest Baker, Graysville;
Doct. Dally, Antioch;
A. T. Cook, Matamoras;
O. 8. Aloeo, Brownsville;
J Ridgway, Brownsville.
CAUTION.
Having tha Exclusive Right to make and
sell Longstroth's latent Movable Coinb Bee
Hive, in the County of Monroe, and Grandview
Township, Washington County, Ohio, notice j
is hereby given that all persons fouud mak
ing, selling or using the Movable Comb Bee
HUe, whether in open violation of the 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 OP 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 ins own premises, anu not otner-
wise, anv number of hives. Ministers j
01 the ijrospel are pennitteu to use the
hive without an charge. Those pur-i
chasing individual rights are hereby in-
formed that ihe inventor has expresslv
secured to them the right fo use any
improvements which he may hereafter
f ' .xl . , J
patent, without any further cnarge.
Applications for Individual and
Townsllip Rights, in Washington and
Al nurAfl I ,.,nnfioc n- o -rr V,Q ., , ....c...l n .
Allbn & Rowan, Jolly P. O.;
Hugh B Hill, Woodsit Id;
Vincfnt Baker' Graysville;
Doct. Dally, Antioch; or to
D. W. South, Traveling Agent,
Monroe County, Ohio.
April 30, 18G2. 4mo jd
Soldiers' daiins.
AMOS & MORROW,
HAVING secured the proper forms for the JowelT a notions, an prices sn.au com
prosecution of Soldie.s Claims, respect- are fajoraWy with those of Wheeling and
spectfully oflfer their services in procuring the ZaeSTllle. , ...
Bounty, Back Pay, Ponsiomt, &c for th L Watches, Clocks and Jewelry care
friends of all Soldiers who are entitled to !
claims against the U. S. Government.
VVe have all the necessary forms ap
proved by the proper Departments and the ad
vantage of giving all Claims our personal at
tention. June IS, 1802 3m. pd..
NOTICE !
THB 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. 1 ension
Invalid. Pension Bounty or arrears of pay, &c.
gg Blanks will be sent by mail when de-ire-l
to be tilled and executed.
CF Charge, when the applicant comes to
my office, is $5. In cases where the declara
tion is not made there, an additional reason
ble fae will be charged for raveling expenses.
JOEL F. RANDOLPH.
Woodsfield, O., April 30, 1862 Sin.
Monroe Mutual
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
, WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
This company, being organized nnder a favor
able 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. TU. M0OKBY. JOHN ST. BOWND.
JNO. M. &IBKBRIDB, WM. OKEY,
LEWIS SHIPLEY, J. VV. ARMSTRONG,
J. B. OBLINGKR, V. A. LAMPING,
W. A. TALBOTT, H. C. KOTZEBTJE,
NATHAN HOI. LISTER , ' J. B. NOLL.
J. A. DAVENPORT
JOHN A. DAVENPORT, Pws't.
N. Hollibter. Treas.
J. B. NOLL, Saoretary and General Agent.
May 21. If 62. --ly.
WOOL CARDING j
ISAAC RICIINER ha made extensive im
provement in Ms CARDING MACHINE,
and is better than ever prepared to accommo
date, on the phortost notiee, all who wish to
have WOOL CARDED, and well carded.
Wool wl 1 be reoeived and rolls delivered
in good order, at C. C. NIE3ER'8 in Lewis
ville. The subscriber intends to run a team from
Woodsfield to Clarington, and Wool can be
sent and rolls returned free of charge.
Give me a trial, and I will give you satis
faction, ISAAC RICHNER.
Woodsfield, Oh:o, June 4, lgij2 3m.
SAMUEL QRIM8HAW. WILLIAM WALTON.
Drs. GRIMSHAW & WALTON
Respectfully inform the citizens of
Woodsfield and vioiaity. that having
removed from New Castle, they offer
their Professional services to those
requiring them.
Office opposite J. M. Kirkbride's resi
dence, Woodsfield, 0.
Nov. 18, 1861 ly.
. .
Doct, Lavosier H, Gratigny
if
"VFFERS his professional services
U to the citizens of BEALLSVILLE
and vicinity. He may always be
found ready to aocommodate his
patrons at the residence of his fath-
er,
Dr.
L. Gratigny, in Beallsville.
October 8, 1861 3m. pd.
Dr. J. M. Evans,
RESPECTFULLY oflfeis his professional ser
vices to the citizens of STAFf ORDauJ
vicinity.
Office two doors south of Wells'
store; where he maj always be
found, except when professionally
absent.
Reference is made to D7. J. K.
Thomas, of Beallsville, Ohio.
Sept. 4, 1861 4m. pd.
The new and fast running steamer
ArLE .
Captain CHARLES BOOTH, is running
regularly between
Wheeling & Parkersbuvg.
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
SUNFISH HOUSE.
P. DILLON, Propbiktob.
rpUE Proprietor bets leave to inform the
J. public that he has thoroughly repaired and
newly furnished the above named hotel, and
is now prepared to accommodate travelers
aud 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-
Sept. 11, '61 ly. PETER DILLON.
WOODSFIELD CHAPTER
ROYAL ARCH MASONS,
; Meets on Monday evening next after each
1 full moon. W. HULLISTKR, H. P
J. S. Wat. Sec'y.
February 11, 1861.
1 .
I) I J J ( ) j V. . H ( ) I I S Fi
1 1
WOODSFIELD OHIO,
y- . Prnnripfor
J-'tlus rropneiUf.
j rpOMMY DAVIS HAS TAKEN CHARGE OF
! (f S,jJffir, "olland boosb, on
: the corner of Main cross street and the
(public square, where he will be pleased to
j see his old customers; and he begs leave to as-
sure them that they will find him as attentive
- -nuiuuiuuuunS uani, Ul
old stand, lie
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 l5th,18GO.
J, D STAUVER,
, 3r S 1 I Aft c t X
Clock and Watch ' Maker,
WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO. O.
Will keep an assortment of watches, clocks,
IUUY repairea ana warranted
TBKHS,
15 1856.
POSJTIVU'.. CASH.
Dec
NEW MILLINERY
Establishment.
TnK Ladies of WooDsriELn 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 examine her BONNETS and TRIM
MING suitable for the
SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON
before purchasing elsewhere.
STRAW GOOD, and FLOWERS, RIBBONS,
BLONDES of the finest quality.
GST BONNETS will be made and trimmed in
the shortest possible time, tt
BLEACHING and PKESSING done to
or,ir-g
May 1, 1862 2m.
INSOLVENT NOTICE.
Notice is hareby given, that the Probate
Court of Monroe 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 must
present tbeir claims to the andersgued with
in six months from this date.
JACOB DAVIS, Adm'r.
July 9. 1862 4w.
Administrator's Notice.
VJOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
J.1 was appointed, on June 25, 1863, by the
Probate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Ws. Woeknkr,
deceased, late of Monroe county .
July 2, 1862. MICHAEL NEIHART
Legal Notice.
CI KN JANR MoCUTCHEON, of the State of
Pennsylvania, will take notioe that on thei
l.th day of May, lt, Joseph Elrodand Mary
his wife, filed a petition in the Court of Corn
men Pleasof Monroe Oonnty,- Ohio, asking
that dower be assigned to said Mary, in the
following lands in .Monroe Connty, Ohio, to
wit: The west half of the northeast 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, aud
that said petition will be for hearing in said
Court at the next term thereof.
HULLISTKR & OKEY,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
July V, 1862 w, $3i k
fr
JAMES C. ORB.
JOSEPH .0. LITTLE
1862. 1S&2.
BOOKS, WALL-PAPERAND
STATIONERY.
J. ORE a 0.
No, 106 Main Street,
WHEELING, VA.
jR hare 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 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
gr Envelopes of all styles and grades, and
everything belonging to the stationery line.
SCFIOOL BOOKS,
LAW. MKD1CAL.
THEOLOGICAL AND
MISCELAINEOUS ROOKS
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 onr stock. -
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR RAf.S.
106 Main St., Wheeling, Ya.
Jlfarcb.13, 1861.
JOHN B. NOLL, Nolary Public
OFFICE ONE DOOR NORTH OF
J. P. 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, 9.
Monroe Agricultural Works
THRESHING MACHINES.
Threshers and Cleaners.
II orse Powc r b
BUILDING k REPAIRING.
C3-E0.
ZO3?L-r
has now the entire control of this establish
ment, by lar the must extensive of the kind
in the county. Mr. Horn is amply prepared
to do all work in his line ou the
Shortest Native and Best of Terms, briny
provided toith a STEAM ENGINE
fo propel their Lathe, he will do
Turning, either in Iron or Wooii
of any and all kinds insuch a manner and at
such prices that all will'b. satisfied. He
also
REPAIR ENGINES. BOILERS AND
MACHINERY.
of all kinds in the best and most substantia,
manner. P
Mr. HORN'S loni? experit-nce warrants him
iu saying that he will iu all eases render eu
tire satisfaction.
He is also prepared (having ma'le recent
arr-ngemeuuO to '.o blacksTuUliiu of all
kinds, including horse-shoeing, ironing wagon.
or anything desired in this line.
GEORGE P HORN.
August 8, 1860. tf.
W. T. SINCLAIR.
MARTIN BAKER. JH
SINCLAIR & BAKE H
TAKE pleasure in announcing to their cu?
tomers, and the public in general, tn
th-y have now ou hand, and intend keeping
constantly, a general assortment of
DRUGS, OILS, A I N T S, TAR
NISHES, BRUSHES, SCHOOL
BOOKS, STATIONARY,
NOTIONS, &c.
Also Gi.eries 'of various kinds
Iron, Nails, Plow-points, Salt, (Kanawa
and Pomeroy.)
Produce of every kind will be
received in exchange for goods.
Woodslield, Sept. 10, 185.
Elonroe Lodge No. 189.
OF Free and Accept- Masons, meet on
Wednesday of or preceding each full
moon, at seven o'clock, P. Ill, at the Masonic
Hall in Woodsfield.
OFFICERS:
JOHN S. WAY, W. M.
J. F. Randolph,, 6. W. I J. D. Stauvbr, Sec'y.
James Mitchell, J. W. ! Jons W. Okry, S. D.
H. B. Hill, Treasurer. 1 H. E. Mason, J. D
D. New hart, Tyler.
Woodsfield, Jan. 22, 1862.
Forwarding and Commis
sion Business,
AT CLARINGTON, 0.
TPHE undersigned-having in charge a New
J. and Commodious Ware House, convenient
to the Steam Boat Landing, solicits the pat-
I rouage of the Public goneraJly, wljo 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
may favor me with their business.
Jan. S, 1862 3mo PETER DILLON.
WOODSFIELD MARBLE
D. Ncuhart & Co.
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
IS prepared to furuish . ,
TOMB STONES,
TABLE TOPS,
MANTLES,
and every thing else in the marble line. Shop
one door south of Kirkbride's store.
. D. NEUHART &t CO.
Jane 1? lSCO.ly. t 4 ,
R. R, R.
FAREWELL
Calomel, Blue Pill, Quinine.
FAREWELL
OPIUM, CHLOROFORM, AND
ALCOHOL.
Radwat'b Rem
edies combine all
that is required
for the purgation,
purification, reg
ulation, invigora
tion, aud harmo
nization of all the
organs of the hu
man body.
Radwat'b Rea
dy Relibf, taken
as a preventive,
fortifies the frame
against the influ
ences of bad air,
bad water, damp,
jndden changes
of temperature,
and every species
of infection. It
calms the throes
f agony as oil
stills the waves.
Taken at the first
outset of any
disease, it cuie atoiu. Administered later, it
suspends the disorder, and affords an oppor
tnnity for theother remedies to exeioiee their
benign influence.
IMPORTANT TO PARENTS.
Tiverv rjarent should keeD a huddIv of Rad-
way s hearty neliel constantly in the house. !
It not only cures but will ward off attacks of j
;
Fever anil Acue, Croup, Influenza, Sore Throat.
Small Po, Scarlet Fever, Typhoid Fever, and
other roaligftant diseases, and in cases of
Rheuiatisni, Neuralgia, Cramp, Spasms, Pains, j
Aches, and other uilirmities, an application of Ve are also receiving and forwarcing rtur
the Ready Relief externally, or a teaspoouful : scriptions for most of the Agricultural, Ilor
in a little, water as a drink, will stop the most ' ticiillttral and Rural publications, most ef
exeruoiatinc pains in from five to fifteen min-' which we can fumh-h to our cu.tonie.rs at
utes.
In severe attacks of Cronp Diptheria or
Sore Throat Plaauw Rarlway's Ready Relief
will always save life, and quickly cure the pa
tient. For worms there is no medication so quick
as a do?e of Radway's Ready Relief,
RADWAY'S REGULATING FILLS
Are the great regenerative medicine of the
age. Ladies for years the victims of depress
ing, lite-consuming complaints of a special
natna are restored to health .nd vigor hy
their use. All the ordinary affections of the
I stomach, lov.el, and liver, yiold to the first
or second dose, Six Pills suffice iu the, worst
eases, and thy Oftenite in from three to six
hours, more effectually than 30 of the drastic
class given in such nauseating quautitie..
Coated with sweet gum tho Pills have no dis
agreeable flavor. They not only cure Costive
ness quickly hut permanently, a id in bilious
ness they are infallible. Dyspeptics who have
suffered for years, recover In a few weeks un
der tins pxrftftfiH) operation. They act power
fi-i 1 1 . ' ! . i.Ivi.m I m til,, 1 rtt ,!... i.tr. n . 1
i derins it uniform and equable throughout the
; system.
RADWAY'S RENOVATING
RK-
SOLVENT
Searches the diseased blood, and purges it of j
inrinn. matory and corrupting particles. Fori
chronic diseases, supposed to be infixed in the I
flesh and tissues past all help, it Is the one j
sole invariable cure; There is not a Mesh or
;,kin Tsp'iei that can resist this mighty dis-j
infeetent. Ulcerated Sore Throat. Bronchi tin,
Tubervles on the lunas, all foims of ulceration j
inwatti or outward, enccun'b before its auti- i
septh- ant i-ii.fia mm alary action.
R;tdv:y's Remedies are sold by Druggists j
every here.
lll WAY & CO., 2:3 John Street. N. Y.
J- M. EIRK BRIDE,
J. T. JUDKINa. Agents.
Jtfuv 7, !Sii2 51
CIa.i-toii Lodge. Wo. 253,
' f F. A- A. Masons, meets the Monday on
I ' ve.ir.ri tho full moon iu each month.
.J'0. D. OTON.XOR, W. M.
lames Marshal, S. W. j G. P. Horn, J. W
Jatob T. Morrill, .Sec'y.
Henrj 3 -Watty. J. D.
itiines SteMM'ljtj T.
Win. F. booth, S. D.
Robert Chase, Tyler.
J innary 18. l&tll
-ly.
T. COLriTlS.
. H . P. 11AGR
COLPITIS & HAGEP,.;
MANUFACTUHES GF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
AT U) M AfO VlTf F, VT
- .' 4 j v -. ' -1 . jl . l -
7
im ho Mi0(l NfnntiO VT
LU1UU llCaU-OLUIlrJS, VL
ON NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS .AND Ol
SUPi-HIOB, WORKMANSHIP AND
FINISH.
Persons wifbinsr to purch.5e will Jind it
to their interest to -give us a call before going
elsewhere. -
M A R I E T T A STREET, NEAR MAIN,
BAK.NLSVJLLE, OUIO.
June IU, l&til ly.
Sunlish and Wheeling Packet.
THIS IT A ST RUNNING STEAMER
i
ING0M AR!
CAPT. STEPHEN THOMPSON, eaves Bnn
fish every morning- for Wheeling, returning
! every evening, remaining at Wheeling several
j hours. Nov. l,"'58.
JLDKINS & HALL,
'
In the room formerly occupied by Fred
ick Rliipcs, one door north of the Mon
roe JIoubo.
WOODSFIELD. OHTO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in '
DRUGS & MEDICIKES.
CTfEMICALS, VARNISHES,
DYE WOODS, WINDOW
D YE STUFFS, GLASS ,
OILS, PAINTS, FUTTY,
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, aud
all the Patent or Proprietary
MEDICINES OF THE DAY.
Also a choice lot of FAMILY GROCERIES,
such as TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR. SYRUP8,
RICE, SOA PS 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 quality.
'Physicians prescriptions attended to at
jail hours of the day or night,
1 by 1 U61 ly.
SUGAR G EWE
f
THE Proprietor of these Nursenes Would
respectfully inform the publio and tretff
body that his Stock is very complete, and ik'
most things great in variety and amount. - H
would impress on the minds of those wishing
to plant tha importance of procuring good
trees grown near home and of the beat var'e-
tiee all of Which we claim to have, while
this is the only place in Eastern Ohio where
GOOD RELIABLE STANDARD
PEAR TREES
can be procured, and at the same time pur
chasers can be accommodated w;i h anything
they need in the way of TREES. PLANTS Ac.
We wmld note particularly, a very Large
Stock of Apple Tree's,
of fine size and of great vigpr. Cbebri-S a
very 'superior assortment, and an immense
Stock both of STANDARD and DWARF
PEACHES PEARS, PLUMS, APRICOTS, Jw. .
For garden culture we havo a vrv fine
Stock of DWARP APFLFS, of the best
and most showy varieties. DWARF PEARH
and DWARF CHERRIES, and Berries in great
variety. Of HARD GRAPES we have about
30 varieties, inelading DELAWARE. DIANA,
CONCUR A, CUYAHOGA. REBECCA, ' EARLY
NORTHERN MUSCOD1NE. Ac, Ao.
Of Ornamentals, we have an immense btock
both in variety and amount. Of. Everereen
. .. . . -
ancr other 1 rees una SlirnrJS, Roses, yines.
Dahlias, Phloxes, he.., &c.; all of which w?
will ell for CASH, at prices to-suit the times:
Now is th time to bny, as one dollar will
get nearly as much as two will at othe.r times,
and the Trees are of extra size and quality.
Club rates.
igp Address nil orders to
JxMfcs Eik;erton,
iJarnesville, Ohio.
Jan. 8, 1862. tf.
JOHN W. CAKOraERsT
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
HOTJSK PAINTING, GL.4ZING, GRAINING,
PAPKR HANMING, L UTTERING, READY
MIXED PAINTS OF ALL COLORS, .
Done and prepared in the most fashion
able ."t les, aud on the shortest notice,
Oct. 16, 18U1 ly.
STAFFORD LODGE Ho. 800.
Of, free and accepted Masons, meet tha
Monday on or precediug the full inoou in
i each month.
JOHN W. BARNETT, W
E. Okkv. . W.
L Rn.,nr., D.
A. flCKKXR, Trent.
.'. j.Cavri;t. Tyler.
W. S. Wat, .T, W.
R. Tans kr, J. D.
Jxo. W. IlAiiK:sSec'y .
tot- 01a, February 19, 162.
EOCElSY
mma mtm wan
T. SWEENLT & SONT Go Main
Street, WJicelug; Va.
ARK just receiving from England a heavy
and well selected Stock of the varioOJ
styles of
QUEENS WARE
o whioh th invite the attention of Mer
chants visiting the i'ity.
March 5, 1862 6in.
XXCftXJOl STORE!
J ACOB SCIINEIDSti has jnst receive,! from
Ihe hast ft large and line assortment-f Li;j
uors, whicli he aili sell at retail, at prices to
suit t he times.
WoodaJeld, O., April 30, 18-2 :huo
ItOL CARDIE.
SPJNNING ANIr WFAriNG.
I m m i .
The proprietors thankful for past favor?,
1 woull their customers, and the puhlic
t.l uerally, tUat Uiey are uow much brlterpre-
;ared than ver for Carding, Spiuuiug and
v eavjuu. sncii as
CASANETTS; III. ANKIVrs, JEANS i: TWEEDS.
Any of the above aiticies will be worked
on tha shares or by the yard.
Tire subscribers haviog been engsped in the
above business for S years, ft&ttvr. them
selves that they can give satisfaction to all
who may favor them with their patronage.
gT Wool will be leceived aud delivered at
S. Pancoast's, Caiurou; Sinclair k Baker's,
Woodslield: Pter Dorr's," jtfiltousburgk and
J. U. & J. R Thoiuberry's, Beallsville.
JOHN tiRAUAM,
, T. T. THOMAS,.,
Jerusalem, Moutee Co., Okie.
May 14, 18S3.3iu. pd.
JOHN
AGENT ANDSECHKTAJfcY
OK TUB I
i Monroe Mutual Insurance Compaiy
ILL attend on MONDAY of kacb wane
VV at the Offire of the Saving. Im.UtW.
- 1 This bein the day set apart for thU pnrpeea,
- ! all persons having husineas with the Coapaa
will please call on this day.
i 11 -? ()
Attachment Notice.
Alexander Trigg,
against
Simon Horkheimer.
Notice is hereby given that an attichiaxnt
was issued against the Defendant ia this ca
for $V,50. Bv.doasewill be for bean a f he.
fore Thomas Unrphy, J. P., on the goth day
of August l86.
July 16, 166a 3V
JOHN EASTHONS ESTA TL
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
signed was, on the lHh day ef Aojr.
1862, appointed by the Probate Coart at
Monroe county, Ohfe, Administrator f the
Estate of John Easthon, deceased.
JOSEPH K1NKADE, Adm'r.
ttLANK
AND MORTGAGES,
FOK SALE AT THIS OFFICB.

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