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"WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1862. Van Amburoh & Co.'s Menagerie. On Monday, Sept. 1st, the public will have an opportunity of visiting the only large Menagarie now traveling the eonntry. Van Axnburgh & Co.'s mammoth collec tion of living wild animals is to be ex hibited here in the afternoon and even ing upon that day, and the novel charac ter of the show will doubtless have the effect of drawing out thousands of spec tators. There is no Circus attached to this company. THE 62D OHIO REGIMENT under Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, wants a few men to fill up the ranks. Sergeant James Drum, of Capt. Dough erty's company, is now at Antioch recruit ing for' this regiment. Now la your chance boys, to go in a well drilled regiment, under good and ex perienced officers. fj&: - - DOCT. ROBACKS SCANDINAVIAN REMEDIES. .The Justly celebrated remedies are meeting with great favor in our commu- nity. Tbey are being used with the most beneficial effect, and are obtaining great popularity. We have scon no one that has tried "these medicines that have had occasion to regret it. See advei tisement 1 in another column. -' jr O.j motion, John P. Springs, John Kvser, MORGAN, TUB GCERRILLA CHIEFTAIN, Eliel Headley and James R. Morris, were 'ap a Good Judge or '"Something to Taks" j pointed delegate to the De nioeratic Slate AS WELL AS Horseflesh. Morgan's Convention to be held on the 4ih day of J aly thieves, durniir their briet stav in this! place, found time to break into our office and steal our flags, which they sacrilegi ously tore up and trampled in the dust. They also broke into our desk and stolca bottle." of "bitters" whi.;h h d been pre - W9 sent 'd fO as by Dr. Robuck. We are - " vrv sorry we forgot to flavor the Bitters j Gt" Candidates wih:ug their names insert W'rth a doso of strychnine or ratsbane. jed, will pleas remember that the cash, ($1 Richmond (Ay.) Messenger. (must invariably accompany ihe wder.jfcg 8P Sabre Cut, Gunshot Wounds, and j U othflr-itHid of Wounds, al?o Sores. tjs -i. imj i ,Tvrwt mm mmn I n ri t ft . nr r i I m the bone, so that the wound never open Ipairi'. 81dienr supply yours&lve. Oa y 3& ient per Pot. " 233. . J.l 11 . . .5 i Lieut: Andorsart of Co. A. 77th Ohio, , jli'gi!uiit, want.- a lew good men. Fay And liounty, the, sut tit .i'cu the MI residents. COME RIGHT ALONG POYSr Recruiting ofhre a Clsrinton, Ohio! Lieut. H. ANDKi'lSON. Cv. A. 77th Ohio. BY virtu of an prdir nf the PrubAtCnUrt 4f Monroe rnonty, Ohio, th nndiijjnrd as (uarilian of (jeo'f KullH, will oiTr for :-aie on tbv lumniifH, on 'SatnrJay, Syt. VMh, 18fJ2, lftwM-n the hour.- ot i-u o't look a. m ,aud four 'clock p. to . th- tollowJiig'V-orilMHi piviuttfes, ; aitnate in aii 'ount, tu wMs The north vl qnart-i of the smi'h west ' quarter, of aeot;ou J), iu ti.wnkbip 2, of rauge four. fc fg- TermsCAH. ANDREW FCLTON, Ouaidiek. Aug. 20, If 00 - 2,2. M .otur e'iinuiissitsiici'a sale. Elihu Morris, against ifr tWW 1 u '7 n i'd others. TYY virtue of a mainiate to me lir-oted trom vt tha ?ourt of common plas of Aoiuoe tt4tfi, I wtll otffe r for sale at ottblio a lotion, at the front door of the court Uou-e. ia iko id)ir'ti:of WnnHnlJ, in aid oomtt"', on Hiturday, the 20'A ilay of & pteriber, 1S62. l ween the no lira of K o'clock a. m , awl o"WX,k-p. m., ou said day. the f .lowing de- acribed real estate, in aid comity, to wit : j ' ' 'Bixteen acvrs bonnde l on the s-.mth by the lauds of Richard Smith, on the west by the lands uf Joseph Hi H. on the north and east I. by tho lands of Joseph Neal, being the same ! laids ou which a!t hc!telburs grilit mill and " aaw mill aov sttands; also tho dwelling houe h-re ahf' Kckelbnrv now lives, and the rfwettlrj honso where Bfiil Stew, rt now lives, t it Heing in the south end of the south west half qnartar of section :t. township 'i, r.ingn 5. WaO" ajres in the stmth end of ihe south HWist-qoarter of same section, township and range, adjoining the former tract, beginning At a stone On the east boundary line of sai l lof seven rods 1101th from the aomh east corner, running thence uoith 32 rods and 12 J linka to a stake, thence west 21 rods and o links to a stake, tbenoe south 20 rod and 35 linjjj,9 Si on. the bank of the oreek, thence seuth degrees east 24 rods and 26 HijjHTt&lace'of beginning: and also an other tract of land iu the same .section, town fchip and range, contaiuiug 1 acres described a.Wlowsj Beginning at lhe stone eorner ei Vafd 4 acre tract, and running thence east 3 t tlw-tDk of the creek, and thence with aaid.baak of the creek '! rods ta a white ,dfctJkee then .o west 14 rods to a comer tOn. and: south to the pla -e Of beginning, being adjoining and fenced in the same Held with the 4 acre trac. First tract appraised at $600. The other tracts appraised $i2i. WM. OKEY, Mas. Com. Monroe Common Pleas. Jnly 16, lJTjO. SHERIFF'S SALE. George lavenportt aeainst Jacob N. Jlitchell. SSm-W 'kit. BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to pae directed from the Court of Common I'leaa of .Monroe County, O., I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house, in - the town, o Weodafielu, in said county, between- fh hours of ten o'orocv-a. sir, and four o'clock p. mn on Saturday, the. ZQth day of September, 1862, too following real estate, situate in said eoun ty, to wit: Thirty acres ef laud off of tho west aide of th north west quarter of the south west quarts', of section nine, township three, and G range five. Appraised at tflfsMejR ejat tiioa and levied upon as the pf,opeity pf Jacob "N. Jitohel at she suit of C&wlpsrepyosy. ' , GEO. W. CARRQTIIERS, MOW1 Sheriff. M 0 0. August ifO, faV Proceedliigs ofthc Dtiinicnitic Central Committee CONVENTION CALLED ON THE 30TH DAY OF AUGUST. The Democratic Committee of Monroe Coun ty, met at the court-house, in WoocUfield, on the 19th inst John S. Way being Chairman and Joseph Moose Secretary. Resolved, That a Convention of the Demo cracy be held, on the popular vote system, on the 30th 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 Woodsfield, on the 1st 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 fallowing year. Resolvtd, That the rule3 and regulations usually observed heretofore, govern the Con vention. Resolred, That in addition to the ruins 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 will not pledge themselves to vote the whole Democratic Ticket at the eu.-u-ing election. Resolved, That the- Democrats present at v : . t . . : 1 . i i iM ..i. i. ; I piuunrv civulivu Mian, in c.;ui tuwiiauip, select one delegate to the Congressional Con vention, and that the delegate so selected, ! shall, when assembled in Convention, cast the 1 whole vote of this Comity for the candidate who shall receive the greatest number of votes in this County at the primary Convention for ! Congress. next Thereupon the Committee adjourned. JOHN S. VT-W, Ch'n. Joseph Moosb, Sec'y. A d-d o ub ee id o d t s. Mr. BwroR: Pierre unnonnee the name of DR. SAMUEL GRHLSHAW, 99 . rn,li,l,itH tor Countv Auditor' Ui!'()t :o ! the docieion ot the Deuio. ratic County Con-, - - :- - ' Masy Demockats. Mr. EniM -Please announce the name of J SAMUEL A. GRAFIAM, jHf Smoiuit Towtnehip. as acauiidate for C-'iuri i iv Auditor; .-n'.eot 'o the deeisiou of tin- Dmooratio C-nv.-nt;on, and oTiilg MANY KARMlfRS. g We re btttWifritltd to announce the nxuM of 1 JOSEPH W. RICHARDSON, a a cajlul for County Auditor, subjet-t to the -ou of in Lemotrac toout) va- veutieii. Ma. Kn tor: Please announce the name o M LC HA EL HO E F FL E R, as a Candidate for County Auditor; sutijecl ti5 the detision of the Damocrutic . ounty Con vui.iou, an-'. o'i'ign innny 'M.-i'in'lTnoNAL DIiMOCRATd. WILLIAM BROWNF1ELD, Of Malaga towmhip, as a Candidate for Cou-.i lv Au.tilar. siilnct to tnw decision 01 iiii- Democratic County, Convention, fd Oblige j the Farmers and Tax-Payers! generally. Sknlca. Towxsiiip. Ma- Kisitob: Piease announce the name of THOMAS MARTIN, ESQ., f Bethel Towaahio, w a ("audi late lor Coun- j ty Commissioner; tubjo;t to the decision of ! the Dwiuooratiu Convention, and sl.liie Max I Voters and Tax I'avkks. Wo nm aothoiized to snnennoe GEORGE S. ALGEO, Of Bnton township, as a candidate for Coun tv Commissioner, subji-ct to the decision of . ihe Democratic County Convention. Off" We are authorised to announce the name of fll.TVRR S ST.OAV u ,.n.ndi.ias for re-elnctiou to the otSce of Coutv rturveor, subject to the decision tf tIle jjemocratio Countv Convention, ' We are authorized to announce JES.SE JACKSON, JR., Of Center township, as a caudidate for Infir- inaiy Uireolor. snojecl to tne aecisiou 01 me Ueuiocratio County Convention. Mb. Editor Yon will confer a favor on us by announcing the name of ELIJAH MeMAHON, Of Adatns township, as a candidate for re elec tion to the office of Infirmary Director, sub ject to the de ision of the coming Convention. Mam- Dkmocbats. Guardian's Sale. BY" virtue of an order of the Probate Coutt of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer lor sale on the premises, at public outcry, on Saturday, Sj- 13fA, 1862, between the hburs of 10 o'clock a. ui, and 4 o'cleck p. m., the following described premi ses, to wit : Town lots numbered one, two, three, five: seveu and eight, iu the town of Brownsville. Also part of the west side of the south west quarter in section eighteen, township two ami lange five, containing twe acres. Al-o one half acre below the M. K Grave Yard in same quarter section. Said property belonged to Peter F. Koontz, in his life time, and consists ofa7 dwelling house, tobacco house, &c., &c. TEIiMS made known on day of sale. CHRISTIAN SANDER, Guardian of P. F. Koouts's heirs. August 20, 1862 4t. S3,25. TO TEACHERS. The Board of Examiners will hold meetings at Woodafield, on the following days : SATURDAY, August 23. " Sept. 13. u m 27. By order of tho Board. JAMES O. AMOS, Clerk. August 6, 1862. Tw. Notice. Township and Town Treasurers are notified that the funds due their Township will be ready after the 22nd of August. Jno. B. Noll, Treasurer. August 6, 1862. 2t. V Sri TTr tr Tt S T1 - 1L DAVENPORTS COLUMN L Ti?a T3K SOLDIER'S THUS FBIEND! T - . Ji II H.J spiuf ' f8rlr4K8S553Bte always madi. j t4m0- Thc ceived Splendid Assm-tieai OP 1 All of which are of the VERY REST QU LtTY, and of the LATEST STYLES. They were selected with great care, and bought for CASH with an eye to hard times. The Stock consists m part of ry descriptimi, Dross Ciroods, Gloves & Hosiery, loths WwiTen an Roe S t 1st P! lint 4 Also, a Splendid Assortuicrt of GENTS &'l30YS' CLOl'llIXG AND FURNISHING 'GOO 1)8, SHiSCS Ctlll'LRIl. V IJOOIvS AND wTATUlMAltV QRQ C i: li I K S. G ROCKE R Y vVhuh are marked VLwu to the y ? n The eitiaena of T"Wu and C 'untry are iiiri te:i to call and sire hif 3T-CK a "oritieal ex amination.'" felting .'or.iidcut ihst-hw vsn'make it to the 'interest of buyer to favor him with their wrjtronae. IIh d-.n'-f hOt jnteTid to do BRA WING Of t'UKfiN'., but to sll a k he mo job of dots iu'.eiid at as LOW PHIC1E3 as any other ftcllant in Monroe Countv. So come along and eall at MOONKY'3 the UiK I isp i ited C H'-' a p Store! Whre yn can excli tng-C ASli or ATi'lMlV h.!) Barains-M.v fWo it, QUICK SALES. SMALL FROFITS AM) K li A fcl 1 I'AY. d y S. L MOONEY. WooitScld. May 38. 1S63. 4'n Ncw MHiiaery AND M ISf? JULIA ELY. of CreVeJand. rWpt fu!!y infoinis the Ladies of VYoodsQeld and vic;n:ty, that she has opened; a-' .1 JSC C V S TO R E, two doers south of the Court-Hmtsev where sbe intends keeping FANCY GOODS of every description. Her sick will oousist of MILLINERY GOGUS, of the finest oualitv; BONNETS. LADIES CAPS, HEAD UK&bShjS, UUlLliih;.a llA'lo & CAPS. riinlroiileries. ZEPUYR & SHETLAND WOOL," HOSIKHY GLOVED, and everythiirg U5ii?lly kept in a FANCY STOCS. B.inneU made on the shortest notice in the latest stvle. giT ll'LGACHINfi DONE TO ORDER. A share of public patronage is soli cited. - August 13, 1862 2nu The undersigned has established a HACK! 5INK between WOODSFIliLU and UARKES-VILhK- Leave WoodsBeld at 10 o'clock A M., on Monday. Wednesdays and Pi i days, iirt iviwg nt Btirnesvilie at 3 o'clock P. M. in time to connect with the trains on the Ontral (X R. it. Leave BarnesiUe at 7 o'clock A. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at VVoodsfit-ld at 12 o'clock M. The proprietor has a good HACK and TEAM and will use his best endeavors to secure to all passengers on the route, a speedy and com fortable trip. Lirery Stable. Tbe proprietor, also, keeps a LI VERY STA BLE, and will always be ready to accommo" date persons desiring horses or conveyances- ROBERT P. EDNEY, Proprietor. Woodsaeld, June 23, 1862. 3n: M fg NOTICE. t 1 11 1 J . X aT Sealed proposals win oe receivou at tuu Auditor's Oifiee, Monroe County, on tt Third day of September, 1862, for rebuilding tne north almttnient of Clarington Bridge. The work to be done immediately. By .order of the Commis Subscriber has just re ' r : g' ... . "' 'aP siouers. iu. ii. vy wonix, July 30, 1862. 5t, Aui. M. C. 0. IT t it A e II Cheaper cheapest and bet ter than the het. Fashion, Beauty, Utility and Economy Combined, Cheapest G-oud. iu Monroe County i n or H. DAVENP011T is now receiving at the Old Stand, in V O O D S -FIKLD, OT, it large and entire new toch of iiSk, Cioihs, wimer and notiens. 1 ATS. xiOVCS, B-OSICi Ji Cji-lassware, c&e. nnd GROCSRIES CHEAP FOk 1 ALL OF THE A COTE GOODS ; WERE PURCHASED AT PHILA ; DELPHIA ' AT THE LOWEST CASH And can be Sold AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES Van mm see tne Diamond Hooped SKIRTS. . Produce and Rags taken at the highest price for Goods AT THE LOWEST RATES. Boots nnd Shoes CHEAPER THAN EVER. LADIES' IMtESS FOR CASH! ptx-j,. i,gr A mj T"fc 1 Q i "S ' LllsfJBlli Ail ml CTKiJfcjl 1862. 4m, And egfs, All -IZ-: S. I nflfl l A ST A I d ai r u w ;ui j a fe 11 j April 30, CATHA11TIO PILLS OPERATE by their powerful iufluence.. on tne internal viscera to purify the Mood und .-iinu-lute it into healthy actioii. t'hey' remoc the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, fiver, and other organs of the body, and,"by restoring their frreguliff action to health, correct, wherever they exist, .such derangements as are the first causes of disease; An extensive trial of their virtues, by Professors, Physicians, and Patients, hes sliown cxres - f d.-.i.-gerous diseases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persons of suss eialted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their certificates are published in my American Almanac, which the Agents below named are pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. Annexed we kive Directions for their use in the complaints which they have been found to cure. Fok CostivbnkR8. Take one or two Pills, or such quantity as to gentlv move the bowels. Cos tiveness is frequently the aiiSfravating cause of Pilbs, and the cure of one complaint is the cure of both. No person cnu feel well while under a costive habit of body. Hence it should be, as it can bepromptly relieved. For Dysphasia, which is sometimes tie cause of Costiveness, and always uncomfortable, take mild doses from one to foar to stimulate the stomach and liver into healthy action. They will do it, and the fteartbinn, botlybuni, and sou!obin of dyspepsia will rapidly disappear. When it has gone, don't forget what cured you. For a Foul Stomach, or Morbid hmetion of the Bmce's, which produces khct1 depression of the spirits and bad health, take from four to eight Pills at first, and smaller doses afterwards, until activity and strength is restored to the system. Fok NKRVorsNESs, Sick HRAnaciTr. 'Nausea, Pain in the Stomach, Bacfc, or Side, take from four to eight pills oa going to bed. If they do not oper ate sufficiently, take more the next day until they do. These complaints will be swopt out from the system. Don't wear these and their kindred dis orders because your stomach is foul. For ScRort'LA, Erysipbi-as, atid all IXs-w of the Skin, take the Pills freely and frequently, to keep the bowels open. The eruptions will gener ally soon begin to diminish and disappear. Olany dreadful ulcers and sores have been healed Tip by the purging and purifying effect of these Pills, and some disgusting diseases which seemed to saturate the whole system have completely yielded to their uiflucnce, leaving the sufferer .in. perfect health. Patients ! your duty to society forbids that you should parade yourself around the world covered with pimples, blotches, ulcers, sores, and all or any of the unclean diseases of the skin, because your system wants cleansing. " To Pukiky the Blooh, they ara the best medi cine ever discovered. They should lie taken freely and frequently, nnd the impurities which sow the seeds of incurable diseases will be swept oirt of the system like chaff before the wind. By this property they do as much good in preventing sickness as by the remarkable cures which they are making every where. I-iver CoMn.AiNT, Jaundice, and all BiKmis Affections arise from some derangement either torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the liver. Torpidity and congestion vitiate the bile and render it unfit for digestion. This is disastrous to the health, and the constitHtion is frequently under mined by no other cause. Indigestion is thscsymp tom. Obstruction of the duct which empties tne bile into the stomach causes the bile to overflow into the blood. This produces Jaundice, with a long and dangerous train of evils. Costiveness, or alternately costiveness and diarrhoea, prevails. Feverish symptoms, laniruor, low spirits, weariness, restlessness, and melancholy, with sometimes in ability to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness; sometimes there is severe paui in the side ; the skin and the white of the eyes become a greenish yellow ; the stomach acid ; tlie bowels sore to the touch ; the whole system irritable, with a tendency to fever, which may turn to bilious fever, bilious colic, bilious diarrhoea, dysentery, e: A medium dose of three or four Pills taken at night, followed by two or three In the morning, and repeated a few days, will remove the cause of all these troubles. It is wicked to suffer such pains when you can cure them for la cents. Rheumatism, Gout, and all liflnmmulory Fe vers are rapidly cured by the purifying effects of these Pills upon the blood and the stimulus which they afford to the vital principle of Life. For the'so and all kindred complaints they should be taken in mild doses, to move the howels gently, but freely. , Asa Dinner Put,, this is both agreeable "and useful. No Pill can be made more pleasaut to take, and certainly none has been made more ed'ectual tc the purpose for which a dinner pill is employed. PREPARED BV DR. J. C. A VLB 3c CO., Practical and Analytical Chemi&ts, LOWELL, MASS., AMD SOLD Br John M. $iitBulp'c and Jcukins & Hall, Woo -hfi ;M; BL C. Ki'TZebeu, Malaga; 34. P Miles & Sox, SoaiMtba. June 4, 18(j2.- ly. J.ccal Notice, The State of Ohio, Monroe County, Pro- bate Voitrt. Petition, io 'Sell JLtand to Pay Pefm. William IleiirtitJir, Adm'nistrator of William Adams, Deceased, l'laiuiidf. against Margaret Cleveland and Uor husband Timothy 4 .Vnr !A,v' T " . , Q S. C II A M n E n Swill open aSelect EACH EL ADAjylS, tatlnuine Adams,! Q School iu the Seminary of Woodstield, on Mary Adams, Elizabeth Adams' and the 14th of July 1S62. Agnus Adams, infants and heirs of Witrism j SCHOOL "WILL COKTIKUE 12 WELX3. Adams, deceased, of Washfcigtan Coanty, Jtt addition to the branches commonly taught feiinsylvania. You .ire hereby informed that J jn District School, opportunity, will be Ri'Ves on the 23rd day of .July, A. D. ttttPA, said I for instraetion in Higher Arithmetic-, Algebra. AdmiKlSifaJot hied li.s petition in the iJrv bate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, the ob ject and prayer of which petition is to ob tain an order that Margaret Cleveland of Mon roe County, Ohio, and her hu-sband Timothy Cleveland of Noble Cotiuty, Ohio, mity be ad- Judged to execute am ddiver a gener.tlwar- ranty deed, conveying to ;he said heirs of the said William Adams, deceased, in fee simple tor the louowrng premises, si.uite m .Monroe 101 iot, iu 11 : lleginning sixteen and two-tenlh poles west of the south west corner of section number eighteen, toivnship seven, thence west jiiteen poles, thence nor-li one aBd eight tenth poles, thence north eighty-three degrees east eight poles, thence north fifiy-six degrees east nine and eeven tentn pdie's, thehce south e'ght and four tenth poles to the place Qt eginuing, containing sixty-fuur peiches " la pursuance of a verbal contract, ot sale cl said premises, entered into by aiid betneen the said Margaret Cleveland with the acqui escence of her Siiid husband Timothy Clevc land hi the spring of ibi'J or I00O, part ot the one part and William Adams, deceased, ot the other part; for the sum! of fourteen dol lars, payable as follows, iu work as, a houe carpenter, said premises btiuc lite sole and separate property 'of the said Margaiet C'ieve laud, and under which verbal conuaot of Saie of said premises said William Adams, deceas ed weut iii.o possession thereof, and made lasting aud valuable improvements thereon aud with whfch said veibal contract Of sale of said premises said William A-dams, deoeas ed, has lolly compiled oa his pan; and the further object and prayer of said petition is to obtain au' order on tlie lath day of Sep tember A. D. 18t)2, from aailVrobate 1,'ourt for the sale of the above described premises together with the following real etai, (of all of whieh the said William A dam 3, 'died, seized,) or so much thergbf as" may be uocessary to pay the debts of said deceased to wit: Commencing for the same at a stakesix- teen and two-tenth rods west fioui the north east corner of section seveuAeii. thence west thirty-two rods and lour tenths of a rod to a stake on the north line of said section, thence south twenty-nine rods aud tdx tenths to a stake, thence east thirty-two rods and four tenths of a rod to a stake, thence north 'twenty-nine rods and fonr-.tenths of a rod to the place of beginuing, containing six acres, more or less, and for other and fur her relief. WILLIAM UEN'IMJ, Adm'r. By Wm. If, Homer & R. H. TaksShill, His AUoineyij. Aug 13,i2S2.5w. $11,50. Hollo way's Ointment. v RV vis-, it.-.- - t flUff iharr-her, Fore and stiff joint, blister I and inflamed feet, all thoe the Soldier unst endnro, MOTHERS, RBMKMBCR THIS, rhen ycur sons aivi grasping their tuuskets to aeet danger, think what relief a sincle pot of this ALL HEALING ft COOLING SALVE will .;ive to the one you love when far away from home and friends. It hardens and wake ongh the feet so that they can endure gio.at aiigue. It soothes and rulicves the inflamed tud stifened joints, leaving them supple. Urong and vigorous while for j ISabre Uuts and Gtoi Shut Wovnd. it stands TtneijuaHcd, removing and prerer.t ing every vestigs ot iuSrtinmation ami en!y (rawing the edges together, it quickly and QpmpleteW heals the most frightful wounds. Wives vnd Sisters of Volunteers . J J fou can pot pat into the Knapsacks of ycur j, ! ii$K!)ds and Brothers, a loore raliittblwor j jiuro necessary gift than a supply of this Extraordinary Military Sale. The lonely ?eury walking his rounds ct ui,jhr, exposed to drenching iain; and chill Uight air. is ofin 8W2tiil with most VO&lCNT PAINS, TOUGH and BUFKOCATISG HTOKSR fiist aymptonw of.QCICK CDNSOMP- flON, but if supplied with HOLLOW A YSj PILLS and HOLLO WAYS 01NTMKNT, all don- ger is averted, a fnw Pills taken night and! morning, and the ; in: mox.'. biisk'y lulled tvice a day over the throat and chest wiil rc- moVq t!ie severest pain and stop :he mctt lisfrdjSin'g or dangerou' COUGH. Therefore .vc say to the whole Ajriujs. SOLDIERS A T7EXTI0X. tt , See to your own health, do not tru.-t to the ancv sunp.ies uunousui tios; vaiuauie. Those 1'ILLS ?.nd OINTMENT have been thor j onghly . ttvj.led(, hey , aro the oidy rturexiiei? iused in the Kuropeau Camps and Barracks 1 foi-over forty yeari Da.ctor HoJhway has sup plied all the Armies in turejje, anil dniiiig C KIM KAN CAiU'AlGN ha esUblished a depol at Balaclava, for the exoinafro sale of .these JRBAT BKjlKIiliS, many a time his special Acent there li?.s sol I over a ion In freight of the Ulntuient iri ft single day. ' These Tcnib e ind fatal e'uemie3 of the soldier in cam). DUREJl. $ YS ENTER Y. SCCR VY. SORES and SCROFULOUS ERUPTIONS ail di;-aope,ir like a charm before ther-e Pll L and iWN f.MLN T. and now sihilu the Cry ringr throughout .the land, 'J TO A RMS B TO A RMS Pf? Do aol lot these, brave thin pcrlsli by dis ease, place in their bixio these PRECIOTJa KKMliBIktS, li.at will enable-thtrm tffririskfbe dangerous exposures, the Fvers, tho Chills, and the wouuds which they canuot avoid, and what , i more, cannot frequently get vuceour in the moiueut d need, whereas if cur brave men have only to put their handa into their Knapsacks and fidd thure a sure remedy for alb tbc. casual ties Oi the battle fiuid. Hwj many thousand's jf lives wauld thus be saved who pould oLLerwise perish before relief could be obtained. " . . . None are genuine unless the words 1 FfoT. low ay, NM". Yokk.asd Losoos." are discemi- ble as a Water mark in every leaf of the bobk ! of direc'ious, aronnd each pot or box; the j s'atue ni:ivb tdalnly .-een by h Idine; the leaf to tk. liht. A hai dsome refrard will be g ver i to any.oue rendering such ttlfotmatiou as may ' lead to the detection of any patty or pal 'Jl couuteifeitir.g the medicine or vending the same, knowing them to be spuiious; ' Sold at tile Manufactory of Piofesor I'oi.loivay, 80 Maiden Lane, New York and try all re.-q ecto.ble Dmgists and Dealers iu Med-! icii.e throughout the civilked world, in pots, ; . at uii'i v -.v. 1. 1 I t?3 there :s a cosiderable saving by talt l the larger sizes. X. 5 Directions or the gnidanco ef p.-. tients, in every disorder, are amxed to each box. April 30, 3S'J2. ly. TO THE PUBLIC. Anatomy and Physiology, Phvsical Ueography, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, llotcny, Jlete orology, Geology, Geometry, Trigonometry and Surveying. iiiitiuu iu Ccmmon Branches for the term $3,G0 Tuition foradrauced classes ia Arkhaietie aud Grammar and for students above enumerated 4,g(i I fig" Tuition to be Settled within one usouth ! ; after oouimencing. ro deduction for absence except iu sickness, nor then if absent less than one week, at one time. S. S. CHAMBERS'. May 28f 1862.r-3m. Attachment Notice. against .Christian Uer, Ihifendant. BEFORK Wm. L. Pearson,.!. P., of Sunsbury townshio, Monroe County. Ohio, on the 'i5th day of July, A. D. 1362, said Justice issued an order of Attachment in the above acrion for the sum ef 11?, 13. LEVI KEYSER. Aligns! o, 18152. St. pd. Joseph Hamilton Estate. 01 ICE is hereby given that tho under gned was, on the 31st day of July ICo2, appointed by the Probate Conrt oi .tfonroe Caanty, Ohio, Administrator of the Iistkte of Joseph Hamilton, deceased. y.lMUEL TvI8B, Adm'r. August 6, 18(52 St. TO THE HONORABLE, THE COM MISSIONERS OF MOXROE CO., 0. S whose names are undersigned, beiD. free holders of said County, ask thai iyoar ljpnors grant a view, survey and looa i 'ion of a County Ko&d, commeaoiug at the I Uauntjf Uoadouthe farm of Henry Kareher ou i on Trail rua, iu Benton township, rauntm. through said farm, theaoo through the land of John liealine in Jackson township, thence hrouith land owned by Fiederiok Ualzwarth, dartin Reitt, Michael Lohr. Skinuer & Wood oiidjie. John C. Btu4 down Uubhard run to lacob Wohuhaus, Jacob Myers and D. C ikicner. down the rup to intersect the county road to the rifer road; and your petitioner ivill ever prav." JACOB WAGNrJR. July 30,1 Sb,24t.pd. .iiCIIAEL LOUR. fjr A 1 kinds of Vroduce ta ken in exchange for this paper. "So pt-ap I !t!3 ntirais ear fn, t jt tke Hi-..- U.:;w;jt a m have been introduced to the public for u.r than six years, attd have aoquired an t T fur exceeding any Family MoJicir.ua of similar nature in the market. , An appreciating public was not lonjj iu. disoovering they Hssesed remarkable and hence their nd consequent profit to the Proprietor, thtia enabling htm to expend of dollars each year in acvcrtisini their merits, and pumlsTnng i.ho y,hicli have been showered upon hirn rc , The peculiarity of tho is that they strike at the root of THueWicf by eradicating every particle of i in puillji '4&b for the life and health of tho bodydeped upon'the purity of tho blood, few :.-, If the bloot is poisoned: the body dngs. out a miserable RlSMMR FbuMMnilicino for curing ' f si Halt jteum," " sitrri3.f-.trh;m (Dyspepsia, S-'jI: Kf.aSzr.he,; Liver Complaint, Ftver and fijfxi ' T . Leusorrhcea, Female Ctmplni - TSrycipelaa, 8- ffhtKbl .yd'Fil1 Zumcrh: , TrUftiG, ' I 1 S- -: 5h ONE person writes, her daughter wrw rarMb of tixa of ninVybarafiiniini'aa.ir 3t"Vili danc6 dfttPb'TWtfs. " . ANOTHER writes, hS mxr after Esjeh 54d ftSfortcd iXZ The doctors projaouaeed the base incur- '"' ANOTHER waa enrr of to vor 'Lalr after rvina, every medioinie-irtTS WSawrfl ANOTHER W ?Gro.l rT 44v8r Wbicdi hcl existed fourteen vaM? Wt Jlw ANOTHER t if Kheumatismof" ijwX . "seiprijiTai'rablefdiSeiwia Complaint sou Id be mentioned in wiuafetf are the ixtmt no.'ivc and. thorough TjUKJhti? thaJL 1 kii have ever beou mU'oduoc'U nrt. i.ir "! 1 1 f r." .1 r j i ' iuey nci by ciiOTiiv ituun tne .iyrr, lg that oran to ttcu ufi 'axturjt ah ing that organ 'to- tteu an extyiil ui Uihttji Bystem does not rrrhpse into 1 former fition, whil is too npt to be the ascif!F Mainly a purgative pill.- ...... 3 .K A - 'JJhay jub reoii .a ' t ufv") u tvujuu' wa vt avu ttv will euro all the afurepieatioueti dwcaaaF and, of thota-?eies, will roiieKo nA.cuxa. - Httutizohe. C':-siinfia--i, . .. . Coiiu. (Pair?, Qhrm brbist ,&Q4t foiiffecticr., Pai'. ia ihexsitM ... - it i .I&x?Jriia3,.tt- l.iii Tiy these medlcMios, and you wUi n.-ver regret it. " c iXCZ Ask yoiir neighbors, who . have used thcim, and they wjlbityjubey, aru ,. , . . and you should try theta before going for m physician. Get a Pamphlet or Almanac ef my local agent, and read the certificate, and if you have ever duubted you vtill As a proof t!u tlii Bloml Pv.rlflnr ami rttin r.- (.nroly g-!Ublei, I havr t'u- cn;flete?i of tiiytw puiiiii-ut ctixat. bts, I'lofi-.-svrf-- (.".liltoii vfX. V .Bnt LucfcrtfCfeiefaiiiatt. V n.t Dr. Kife-cK'ti PjK-.-il Vol low nnd 0irti)liti pofc lisS. -c iu a i-ousjiic i-jiti mvi thU Taper frvin tim ta time. Trireof the f!ii'tfti-iviHn TegfWt BIooJ Pnria-r, SV jr Vittlv, rS' y-r iMlfdnson. Of tbe fruadMsfjMi Vg- ;.(.'.'!-: JJIj kI Pili, J.') oral ptfr box. ijr 5 hiXM for Si- tn-tneipttl oWji- n-;il S.tbv3v.ei. No. C Evit I'mMfb 91,. 31 linii.tittg fiwiu tnin St., OimlnuI, O. .IU4ot, No. 1 lUiui.i.. . . Slnxt. von sale m (K H. D-.ivev.port, Weodsfield; K. C. Kotapfftsa Mabrga; Christian Sander, Browns villa; Vanlaw, Alaaander & Co.. CamoroMi; John W. Brnitt, StaStd: Wat'op'Teld & Co.. Jacohsbarg: TIptaa & Powell," Jerusalem; Jacob T. Morrill, larl6; ton; J. II. J. F. Thomlurj. HeaUaxilinand by Drujeists and MeiehanU peuerally through uol tbelJuited States aud Canada,- JrDKiNS k, II au.,. Wooas'ficld, O. Vcb. IS, !Sd2 ly. .a AdmiiiUrtihtura SaJe.Cj N'OTICK is hereby given, that by Tjrtua of aa order to me directed front taa Probata Court of Monroe County, Ohio, t, aa Adnija. stjator of (Tot Mb Blovher, will seH ta ta highest bidder, between the hours f 19-a'etook a. m.rand 4 o'clock, .p. m., ou the premise in Malaga tiw3bi. in said c mnty, on Saturday, tfst d.'hdaif of September, 1862, Ihe following de.-eriVed real estate, to wit; The uoith part of tUe r-ceth west quarter of oeciiou ten. tcwnrb) and range six. TKRM5 OK S.AI.KCne-.half cash in had ancf the bailee iu 0 inouths, to be secureaV to the sati-fBtion of thj; nndersigned. .TOWN J. ESOKR, Aatn'if. iagt 13. Itfc'V 4w. $,75. - A SIP1!W USEFUL -fSVBN. TION whertby Eggs can W prll servad periectlj- I're.-h almost indefinitely, withont tho incumbrance of Lime, Salt, or other ordinary preservatives. There is no more necessity of farmers selling their Bscs at from five to seven cents per dozen, when they can, at a trifling cost, save them until they command a good price. For farther particulars, enclose red stamp to It. B. SILVER, Saln4 0, Jangnst 13, 1362r-2m.