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Get Your Pictures LOOK HERE! S. BSCS THE SOL.DIEK S TRUE FRIEND ! ALWAYS HEADY. sr. DR. ftOUCft'S STOMACH BITTBIS TO 6 EXCLU $tal Intelligence. -,. .. JDAY, SEPT. 10,1862. The Subscriber has just re ceived a new and Take f 4 til WBO CAN BEAT IT? We have placed upon our table tome Amber Plums, by Misses Margaret and Mary Nesbett. Tbey are tbe largest we have Men, Average measurement, seven inches in circumference. 92ND REGIMEXT. Capt. J. C. Morrow of this County, wants a few more men to fill up his Com pany to the maximum number. All persons desiring to Volunteer in th is Company will present themselves at Marietta where recruits will be received Until the Regiment is organised. TUB UNION FOREVER. MARRIED Sept. 7th, 1862, by E. SalirMtry, Esq., Mr. Jeremiah Willi ck mi Mrs. AfftOLOMlA Schadtz, all of tin tviihtj. hW Notices of Deaths containing four kin?"; r Uts, we insert free of charge, but u Ol.iu.ry accompanying them must be paid tur ait the time sent. Our readers will see the justice of this, as articles of this kind are interesting to only the immediate frftads, and consume frequently very much tf our space. DIED On Friday, the 29th d ay of August, 1862, in this Township, DAN 1EL McKEOWN, aged 21 years. MAZY OLEVIA FOGOIN, dsnghter of Mrs. Rebecca J. Foggin, departed this life in Clarington, Monroe County, Ohio, August 22, 1862, aged 10 years, y months and a days, it is but Ecldom that we saeet with one more lovely, more promis ing and more patient in suffering than lit tle Masy. She was so kind in her dispo sition that she was quite a favorite with every one, bnt the frost of disease has nipped the rose while in the bud, tbe stern winter of death has laid his icy hand upon the lifeless clay, and the dark grave hides it frnaa our view; bat the spirit now swells k.t nn,Urtlit M trr cinaintr kln. to God and the lamb forever. J. W. J. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post OS at icld, Monroe Co., Sept. 8th, A Archer. T. R Baker, Valentine Woods 18C2. C Carrick, Mauric L Lyle, J Crce, Penclopy J. M Mann. Hunter R Rabin, Elisabeth S. Sols, Catharine A. Scliadt, A Wagner. Jacob H. FLEMING, P. M. WooDsriELP, Sept. 4, 1862. MR. JOHN H. MARSHALL Sir: We had in v.-e the iiast wi"tr, a crate act by you on the plan off' Dorlxe' Patent. We are mufh pleased j with it, and believe it to be a very great improvemniit. Mueb more he t is thrown into the room thun by the old plan of sot- J . r . ting grate. And another gre.it ad van- tape is that m setting grates with nte - l.rick we frel an assurance that we W.ll not be troubled in re-setting for 10 or 12 vc r at least. With common brick two or three years at the most, is as long as we can feel that we have a safe fire. Yours, &c, JAS. R. MORRIS, WM F. HUNTER. T. ARMSTRONG. Sept. 10, 1862 3ai. Notice in Attachment. Thomna Scott, Plaintiff, ) Before . Sal- against V isbaTy. J. P. of David Scott, Defendant. S Center town el ip, Monroe Coontv, Ohio. On the 29th day of August, A. I). I8t2, said Justice issued an order cf Attachment iu the above action, for the sum of sixteen dollars and twenty cents. This ease is set for trial October 11th at 10 o'clock. A. M. THOMA8 SCOTT. Woodsfield. Sept. 10, 182 -3w. Dissolution. THE copartnership heretofore existing between J. B. Obiinger, R. C. Miles and George t'oggeubmg, under the firm of Obiinger, Miles k Poggenburg, was this day dixaolred by mutual consent. The) business wilt hereafter be continued by J. B. Obiinger 4 Gen. Poereenbiirg, under tbe naru and style of Obiinger k Poa-genhurg, who will ool leet ati claints and pay all liabilities. J. B. OBLINGEK, R. O. MILES. G. FOGG KN BURS. Lt-wiewine, 6., Sept. 10, 18ti"? 4w. Sfodi InsgcdtDit sift LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Nos, 62, 64, and 66 Water Sfcreet, between Walnut and Vine, and 59 and 61 Front Street, ... CINCINNATI. PUBLIC SALES, AND PWTATR SALE, OF irfifinia. Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, and Connecticut. CHAS BODMANN, Proprietor. P. HIE ATT, Iftapector. IB92 ,y7. ffMHE subscriber is prepared to take AMBROTYPES at very low prices. The pictures are guaranteed not to fade or wash off. The subscriber flatters himself that from his lon experience in the business, that he can give satisfaction to all who may give him a call. JRonms up stairs at Wo. Davis' Hotel, Woodsfield, Ohio. JOSHUA J. ALEXANDER. August 27, 1S62. 3w. pd. Guardian's Sale, BY virtue of an order of the Probate Court f Monroe County, Ohio, the undersigned as Guardian of Ueorge Fulton, will offer for sale on the nretnises, on ' Saturday , Sept. Vith, 1862, between the honra of teu o'clock a. m , aud four o'clock p. m., the following described premises, situate in said County, to wit: The north wosf quarter of the south west quarter, of teet!on S, in township 2, of range four. " Terms CASH. ANDREW FULTON, Guardian. Aug. 20, I860.--$2,25. Master Commissioner's Sale. Elihu Morris, against Wm. Eckelbury and others. B1 Y virtue of a mandate to me directed trom the court of to 'union pleas of Afonroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the trout door of the court house. in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, on Saturday, the 20th day of September, 1862, between the hoars of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p. m., on said day. the following de scribed real estate, in gaid county, to wit: Sixteen acre bounded on the south by the lands' of Richard Smith, on the west by the lands of Joseph Hill, on tbe north aud east by the lands of Joseph Neal, being the same kinds on which said Kcitelbury 'a grist luill and saw mill now stands; also the dwelling house where said Kckelburr now lives, and the dwelling Louse where Bszil Stewart now lives, beiUK 1U IDB SOllth en.l of tbe SOUth West half quarter of section 3. town-hip iS, range 5. Alfo 4 acres in the south end of the oiith west quarter of same section, township au-i ranee, adjoiuine the former f l"f boundary line of rm the south east at a atone 011 the east said lot seven rods noitb fro corner, running thence uoith 32 rods aud 12 J links to a stake, thence west 24 rods and o links to a rtake, thence south 20 rods aud 35 links to a rtake on the hank of the creek, thence south u"J degrees eat 24 rods aud 2 ij liHkg to the place ot Deguniiiig: and also an other cact of laud in the sane sectiou, town hip aud range, containing 1 ncres described a follows: Beginning at the stone coiner of said 4 ace tract, aud running, thence east 3 rods to the bank of tbecieek. and thence with said bauk of tbe creek 24 rots to a white oak tree, then, e we.st 14 rods to a corner atone, and south to (Ue plaoe of beginning, being adjoining aud fenced is '.he Saute field with the 4 acre tract. Kir.-t tract appraised at $"K. The other traets appraisod $i25. WM. OKEY, Mas. Com. Monroe Common Pleas, Joly It 1 J2.-$7.Mr Legal Notice. ARA'.I A. liOSi-.MAN, James U. Kogt-inan, o ,tu.( .Tli-an I'oinniu, o'.' Guernsey Cuuu Wm, Mcrdfakia, of the State of lo.va, ty, Oui., ! Uatii R. Brown ot Philadelphia, Pa., Ania I AfoMahiu, of Newcou.mstowu, Ohio, will j u" 2ir'ihy of A,uulf !a D. l&tl. Wm. C. B own, Administrator Of j foUtti ()f Uuiw KosenidU dwM.a4ed 1 in lh r. rob Courl wjtuiu and for tll cun. l ty 0f jjuroe and Stat Ohio, a petition al- j irgiug that oa the 19tli day of March A. D. j l&-', the said Janies Bonaan, thca iu full life, e nitre i iut coutr-t:t m wriiiu tvith t- le.d Ciritou for the srde of the loliowing de- crll; I i fai Kstate, situate iu Baiu couuty, to wi': Theunrth wet half of the north west quar ter of section thirty, iu tuwiiahii three, of ran$ aix, containing seveuty-two acres, more or less. Also the north east quarter ot the .tortb east quarter of aeition thirty-six, town- ahiy ;hree, and range bix, containing twenty - four acres, more less, uiou the lolluwing terms, to wit: for the cum of $4 50 payable, $100 on the 19th day of March lt5tSlU0, oj the lUih day of March I8d7 MOO. on the 19lh day of March 1P58 $150, on the 19th day of M.irch 1659, that said contract was assigned to John M. Ridgeway, who paid to eaid James Rose mau iu his life time, the sum of $537,41, said am being all of the aforesaid four instal ments with the interest thereon according to the terms of said contract.. The prayer of the petition is for authority to make a deed to add John M. Ridgeway in behalf of said heirs at law. Said petition will be fur hearing on the -0th day of Sep tember A. D. 18ti4. W. C. BROWN, A lm'r of the Estate of James Rosemau, Deceased, By Hatabs Si Mathews, his Att'ys. August 27, 1862 4w. $d,75- Legal Notice. SARAH A. Roseman, James H. Rotseman, and Susan Roseman, of Qaernsey Couuty, Ohio, William McMahou, of the .State of Iowa, flattie R. Brown, of Pbila elpbia, Pa., Amosa McMakin, Newcommerstown, Ohio, will take notice that on the 23rd day ot August, A. D. lSb'2, William C Browu, Administrator of the estate of James Roseman, deceased, filed in the Probate Court w,ithiu aud tor the Countv of Monioe and State of Ohio, a pethioa al leging that oa the 30th dar of August, A.J). 1S5", the said James Roseman, then in full fife, entered into a contract in writing with John Thompson for thfaale of the following described real estrle, in said county, to wit: The north east quarter of the south east quarter of sectiou tweuty-seven, township 6, aud range seven, in the District of lands sold at Marietta conta ning 40 acres, more or les?, upon the following tortus, to wit: For the sum of $225 payable, $75 on the 25th of December 1851, $75 on the 25th of December lsu2. and $75 on the 25th of De cember 1853 .vith interest from the 25th of December is 60. That said oontraet was as signed to James D. MuKee. who paid to said James Roseman iu his lifetime, tbe first iu staltneut of said purchase money, that said James McCee is ready ami willing to ay tbe balance due upon said contract, so soon as a valid deed can be made to him for said prem ises, aud that Sarah A. Koseman, James H. Roseman, Susan Roseman, Wm. JfoMakin, Hattie R. Browu, anil Amosa MvMskin are the heirs at law and legal representatives of said deoeduat. The prayer of tlx petition ia for authority t make a deed to said James D. McKee in be- half of said heirs at law, upon payment of the residue of said purchase money Said petition will be forbearing on the 20th day of September, A. D. 18b'2. W. C. BROWN, Adsietrater of the Estate of James Iteseman, deceased. By Hat.nu A Mathews, his Att'y. . Anguirt 'J7, !8f2 4 $7,25. Splendid Assortment GOODS All of which are of the VERY BE8T QUALITY, and of the LATEST STYLES. They were selected with great care, and bought for CASH with an eye to hard timet. The Stock consists in part of I$ry Cm-ocmIs of eve ry description, Dress troods, Gloves fc Hosiery. Cloths & Woolen Groods, SHIRTINGS, Yankee Motions, Straw fi-o ds, fcc. Also, a Splendid Assortment of GENTS & BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. SHOES, CULTLEKV," HOC TaTII)AKY o I A UUAAKl, UOOhlS AND GROCERIES, CROCKERY, &c, Which are marked J:wa to the VERY LOWEST PRICES! Th citi2eU3 of Totvu and Country are invi te l to call aud give hia STOCK a "critical ex aminalioi," ff liny, confident that he can make it to the intereit of buvera to fayr hiui with their patronage. He doen not inUnd to do a BIG JOB of BRA iOINQ or TUi'l'lNii, but he does intend to sell as 0&B GOODS, at a LOW PRICES as any other Merchant in lonron Oouutv. So couie along ana call at H.uunBi;p tue UiidisiHited Cheap Store! Wlnre vou can exohnneeCAnor APPROVKD COUNTRY I'RODUCK for GOOUd at GRKAT BARGAINS My nn.tto ia, QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS AND READY PAY. S. L MOflNEY. Woodficld. M3 28, 1362. 4 i Go in un oki ltugiiueiit. Lieut. Anderson of Co. A. 77th Ohio, Regiment, wants a few good men. Paj and Bounty, the same as for the new regiments. COME RIGHT ALONG BOYS! Recruiting office at Clarington, Ohio! Lieut. H ANDERSON. Co. A. 77th Ohio. MW HACK LINE! The undersigned has established a HACK LINK between WOODSFIELD and BARNKd V1LLK. Loave Woodsfield t 10 o'clock A M., on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, arriving at Barnesvilie at 3 o'clock P. M. in time to connect with the trains on the Central O. K. R. Leave Barnesvilie at 7 o'clock A. M. on Tuesdays, ThursdaTs and Saturdays, arriving at Woodsfield at 12 o clock M. The proprietor has a good HACK and TEAM and will e his best euearors to secure to all passengers oa the route, a speedy and com fortable trip. Livery Stable. The proprietor, also, keeps a LIVERY STA BLE, and will always be readj to accommo date persons desiring horses or conveyances, ROBERT P. EDNEY, Proprietor. Woodsfield, Jane 25, 1862. 3m. NOTICE. Sealed proposals will be received at the Auditor's Office, Monroe Couuty, on the Third day of September. 1862, for rebuilding the north abattment of Clarington Bridge. 1 he work to be done immediately. By order of the Commis sioners. M. L. BOWSER, July 30, 1862.5t. Aud- M. C. O. TO TEACHERS. The Board of Examiners will sold meetings at Woodsfield, on the following days : SATURDAY, August 23. Sept. 13. 27. By order of the Board. JAMES O. AMOS, Clerk. August 6, 1862 7w. . G. H DAVENPORT'S COLUMN Springe!' 18442. DRY 00010 S! Cheaper than the cheapest and bet ter than the best. Fashion, Beauty, Utility and Economy Combined, Cheapest Goods in Monroe County! G. II. DAVENPORT is now receiving at the Old Stnntl, iu W O O 1 !S F I i; L D, O., a large and entirely new Stock of DRY GOODS, Calicoes, Lawns, Silks, Cloths, Cs- a 1 i ' S fi II I C r S Cl II 11 IIOl lOllS. READY - HI A Dili CL 0 THING GOATS, FASTS And Vests, HOOFED SKIRTS AH & SIDES. HATS, CAPS, CrIoVCS, L.ttSiC; y, Q,LTEE.SWAtiE. Glassware, 4&e. and GKOOERIES CHEAP FOki Cash, ALL OP THE ABOVE GOODS WEUB PURCHASED AT PHILA DELPHIA AT THE LOWEST CASH And can be Sold AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Vail and see the New Fashioned Diamond Hooped SKIRTS. Produce and Rags taken at the highest price for Goods BOOTS AT THE LOWEST RATES. Boots and Shoes CHEAPER THAN EVER. LADIES' DRESS GOODS CBBAP FOR CASH! COME AND SEE! GIDAVEMBT. April 30, 1868. fe CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE by their powerful influence on the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimu late it into healthy action. They remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, brer, and other organs of the body, and, by restoring their irregular 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, has shown cures of dan gerous diseases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persons of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their certificates are published In my American Ahnanac, which the Agents below named are pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. Annexed we give Directions for their use in the complaints which they have been found to cure. Fob. Costivkness. Take one or two Pills, or such quantity as to gently move the bowels. Cos tiveaees is frequently the aggravating cause of Film, and the cure of one complaint is the cure of both. No person can feel well while under a costive habit of bod v. Hence it should be, as It an be, promptly relieved. Fok Dyspepsia, which is sometimes ti e cause of Costitoaess, and always uncomfortable, take mild doses from sue to four to stimulate the stomach and liver into healthy astion. They will do it, and the heartburn, bodt,Lw., and toulbvm of dyspepsia will rapidly disappear. When it has gone, don't forget what cured you. For a Foul Stomach, or Morbid Inaction of the Botcels, which produces general depression of the spirits and bad health, take from four to eight Pills at first, and smaller doses afterwards, uutrf activity and strength is restored to the system. For Nervousness, Stcs Hk ad ache, Nausea, Pain in th Stomach, Back, or Side, take from four to eight pills on going to bed. If thev do not oper ate sufficiently, take more the next day until they do. These complaints will be swept out from the system. Don't wear these and their kindred dis orders because your stomach is foul. For Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all Disease 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. Mi dreadful ulcers and soree have been healed up b I me purging ana puniying eirect ot tnesc fills, an some avigustmg diseases which seemed to saturate the whole system have completely yielded to tlieir influence, leaving the sufferer in perfect health. Patients ! your duty to society forbids that vou should parade yourself around the world covered with pimples, blotches, ulcers, soree, and all or any of the unclean diseases of the skin, because your systera wants cleansing. To Purify tub Blood, thev are the best medi cine ever discovered. Ihev should be taken frceh , and frequently, and the impurities which sow the of incurable diseases wUl be swept out of the ; miwi uie cug ueiure ine winu. nr tnis property j Uiey do as much good in preventing sickness as by ; the remarkable cures which they are making every : where. Li ver Compiaint, Jaundicb, and all Bilimu ' Affections arise from some derangement either torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the IJvir. ; Torpidity and congestion vitiate the bile and reader ! it unfit for digestion. This is disastrous to the health, and the constitution is frequently under i mined by no other cause. Indigestion is the synip ; torn. Obstruction of the duct which empties the bile into the stomach causes the bile to overflow ! into the blood. This produces Jaundice, with a ; long and dangerous train of evils. Costiveuess, or alternately costivenesg and diarrho-a, prevails. Feverish symptoms, languor, low spirits, weariness, I restlessness, and melancholy, with sometimes in : ability to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness ; ! sometimes there is severe pain in the side ; the skin I and the white of the eyes become a greenish yellow ; j the stomach ntid ; the bowels sore to the touch ; j the whole Bystem irritable, with a tendency to fever, ' which may turn to bilious fever, bilious colic, bilious ! diarrhea, dysentery, Ike. A medium dose of three j 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 25 cents. Rheumatism, Govt, and all Inflammatory 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 these and all kindred complaints they should be taken in mild doses, to move the bowels gentlv, but freely. Asa Dinner Pii.l, this is both 'agreeable and useful. No Pill can be made more pleasant to take, and certainly none has been made more effectual tc the purpose" for which a dinner pill is employed. FRKPAltED BY DB. J. C. AYER CO., Practical and Analytical Chemists, LOWELL, MASS., AUD SOLD 8T John M. KfREBKiDE and Jtjdkws & Hall, Woo lotiald; II. C. Kotzkbku, Malaga; M. P. Milks it Son, Sonnet ton. June 4, 18U2. tj. Lesral Notice, Txe Strife of Ohio, Monroe County, Pro bate Court. Petition to Sell Land to Pay Debts. William Unuiug, Administrator of William Adams, Deceased, Plaintiff, against Margaret Cleveland aud her husband Timothy Cleveland, et al Defendants. RACHEL ADAMS, Catharine Adams, M:trv Adams, Elizabeth Adams and Agnes Adatn:, infants and heirs of William Adams, deceased, of Washington County, Pennsylvania. Yotyvre heiebv informed tbat on the 23rd day of July, A. D. 1862, said Admisisirator filed his petition in the Pro bate Court of Mouroe County, Ohio, the ob ject and prayer of which petition is to ob tain an order that Margaret Cleveland of Mou roe County, Ohio, and her husband Timothy Clevelaud of ftoble Couuty, Ohio, may be ad judged to execute and deliver a general war ranty dexd, c.mvey ing to tbe f aid heirs of tbe said William Adams, deceased, in fee simple for the following preruises, situate in Mouroe County, Ohio, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning sixteen and two-tenth poles west of the south west comer of sectiou number eighteen, township seven, thence west sixteen poles, thence north one and eight tenth poles, thence north eighty-three degrees east eight poles, thence north fifty-six degrees east nine aud seveu tentn poles, thence south eight and four tenth poles to the place of beginning, containing sixty-four perehes In pursuance of a veibal contract of sale of said premises, entered into by and between tbe said Margaret Clevelaud with the acqui- (jsceuce of her sard husband liiuothy Cleve land in the spring of lb9 or ISbO, part of the one part and William Adams, deceased, of the other part; for the sum of fourteen dol lars, payable as follows, iu wuik as a house carpenter, said premises being the sole and separate property of the said arjjret Cleve land, and under wnicn verDai contract of sale of said premises said William Adams, deceas ed went m o possession thereof, and made lasting and valuable iuipioveuienls thereon, and with which said veibal contract of sale of said premises said William Adams, deceas ed, has fully complied on bis part; and the further object and prayer of said petition is to obtain au order oa the 13th day of Sep tember A. D. S6'i, trom said Probate Court lor the sale of the above described premises together with tbe following real estate, (of all ot which tbe said William Adams, died seized,) or so nnieh thereof as may be necessary to pay tbe debts of said deceased to wit; Commencing tor the same at a stake six teen and two-tenth reds west from the north east corner of section seventeen, thence west thirty-two rods and four tenths of a rod to a stake on the north ItBe of said section, tbenee south twenty-nine rods and six tenths to a stake, thence east thirty-two rods and four Lent hs of a rod to a stake, tbenoe north t wen-ty-nine rods and four-tenths of a red to tbe place of beginning, containing six acres, more or less, and for other amd fur her relief. WILLIAM HUNTING, Adm'r. By Wx. h Human k B. H. TawTHttJo, His Attorneys . Aog,l?,H52.-5w. tll,&0, fl o 1 1 o w a y's Ointment. Long marche, sore and stiff joists, blister ed and infiamed feet, all those tbe Soldier mast endure. MOTHERS, RiMEMBSR THIS. Then year sons are grasping their Baskets to neet danger, think what relief a single pot of this ALL "H BALING & COOLtJttl SALVE will iive to tho one 50a love when for away from home and friends. It hardens and makes tough the feet so that they can end n re great fatigue. It eoothes and relieve the inflamed v.id stlTened joints, leaving them supple, itrong and vigorous, while for Sabre Outs and Gun Shot Wvmndt, It stands unequalled, remuving and prevent ing every vestige ot inflammation and gently lrawing the edges together, it quickly and completely heals the most frightful wonnds. Wives vnd Sitters of Volunteert. Von can not put into the Knapsacks of your Husband and Brothers, a more valuable or more necessary gift than a supply of this Extraordinary Military Salve. The lonely sentry walking Lis rounds at night, exposed to drenching tains and chill night air, is often selted with most VIOLENT PAINS, COUOH and SUFFOCATING HOARSE NESS, first symptoms of QUICK CONSUMP TION, but If supplied with nOLLOWAY'S PILLS and HOLLO WAYS OINTMENT, all dan ger is averted, a few Pills taken night and morning, and the Ointment bilskly robbed tvtlce a day over the throat and chest will re move the severest pains and step the most distressing or dangerous t'OCCII. Therefore we say to the whole Army. SOLDIERS JtTTENTIONtl See to your own health, do not trout to the Army supplies although most valuable These PILLS and OINTMENT have been thor onghly tested, they are the only remedies used in tbe European Camps and Barracks for over forty years Doctor Holloway has sup plied all the Armies in Europe, and during CRIMEAN CAMPAIGN he established a depot at Balaclava, for the exclusive sale of these GREAT REMEDIES, many a time hia special Agent there has sol 1 over a ton in weight of the Ointment in a single day. These terrib e and fatal enemies of the eoldier in camp. DURE A, DYSENTERY. SCtJRVY SORESand SCROFULOUS ERUPTION S. all disappear like & charm before thse PiLL and OINTMENT, and now while the Cry ring throughout the land, , TO ARMS I! TO ASMS Do not let these brave men pefish by dis ease, place in their bsnis these PRBCIOUS REMEDIES, that will enable them to resist the dangerous exposures, the Fevers, the Chills, and the wounds which they cannot avoid, ar.d what is more, .oennot frequently get snoconr in the moment of need, whereas if our brave men have only to put their hands into their Knapsacks end find there a sure remedy for all the casualties of the battle field. Bow many thousands of lives would thus be saved who would otherwise perish before relief could be obtained. None are genuine unless tbe words 1 Hoi. Low at, Nkiv Yobk akd Losdo.v," are discerni ble as a Wattr-mark in every leaf of tbe bosk of direc'ions, around eaeb pot or box; tbe same mav be plainly seen by hcldinr the leaf to the light. A hat diome re ard will be g'ren to auy one rendering sueh information as may lead to the detection of any party or partita counterfeiting the medicines er vending tbe same, knowing them to be spurious. i" Sold at the Manufactory of Professor Holloway, SO Maiden Lnne, ftev York and by all respectable Druggists and Doalers in Med icine throughout the civilized world, in pots, at 25c. 62c and $1 each. gTkere is a considerable saving by tak ing the larger sizes. flf. 15. Directions for the guidance ef pr tieuts, in every disorder, are affixed to each box. April 30, 1562 ly. Guardian's Sale. Y virtue of an order of tbe Probate 5otrrt of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for sale on the premises, at public outcry; 9n Saturday, Sept. 13A, 1862, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. va., and 4 o'clock p. in., the following described premi se?, to wit: Town lots numbered ore, two, three, five; seven and eight, in the town of Brownsville. Also part ef tbe west side of the south west quarter is section eighteen, township two and range five, containing two acres. Also one balf acre below the M. K Grave Yard in same quarter section. Said property belonged to Peter P. Roontt, in his life time, and consists of a dwelling bouse, tobacco bouse, &C, Ate. 3T TERMS rhade known on day of sale. CHRISTIAN SANB-ES, Guardian of P. F. Koontz's heirs. August 20, ISoZ t. 3,25. TO THE HONORABLE, THE COM MISSIONERS OF MONROE CO., O. TTJB wboee names' are trrrdersigned', being V dee beldeTS of said County, ask that your honors grant a view, survey and loca tion of a Coanty Road, commencing at the County Road on tbe farm of Henry Karcber on on Trail run, in Benton' township, running through said farm, thence through the lad of John Henline iu Jackson township, tbenee through land owned by Fiederiok Halzwarth, Martin Reitt, Micbaet Lobr, Skinner & Wood bridge. John C Bnel down Hubbard run to Jacob Wohnbaus, Jacob Myerj and D. t. Skinner, down the rut to intersect tbe county road to the river road; and your petitioner will ever pray. JACOB WAGNER. July 30, 1S63 4t.pL 741CHAEL LOHR. Legal Notice SALATHAEL M. IEMSOK, ho resides owt of the State of Ohio, will tike notice tbat on the 29th day 6T August, 1862, James Win land filed a petition fn the Court of Common Pleas of Afonroe County, Ohio, tbe abjeot ef which is to oolleot $440 with interest from August fi, I860, subject to credit of $30 No. vember 3, I860, and $150 at teu per cant in terest fioiu April 29. 1861, by aate of the fol lowing lauds in said County, to wit: The souf h wost quarter cf tie south-west quarter, the east half of the south west quar ter and twenty acres off the west side of the south west quarter of the south east quarter, all in fcotiou one, township four and range' five.- Also twenty sores off tbe uorth west corner of the uorth west quarttr of the north east qnartefof section six, in township three, and range five, being alt the real estate owned' by William Lenaron at the tinx of his de Oeace. Yea are leqoired to aaawar said peti tion by tbe first slay ef Nweeatn-r 1863, sod In default Judgment will bn taken, and said real estate ordered te be sold at the Novem ber term 1809. Hollistsb k Oxbt, Attorneys for Plaintlfls. feet. , 183?. e. STOMA er ma DIGESTIVE ORCAIli are wot orA o W x a wieAvcvwe. vCvcx VV ckv, oXV Vvle, fcVV wWiv 5.ev v Wvv x v Yfcwie&.& aeyA -a great v, vs Xcew 8ovtixtv "&'.W.r, vjo-Wury, vy laNcexx v veowtv cwoktvXvXvAsb Bilious Tev9T, JPeve-r and -ftgium, Liver G'cnpla.iit, Tndigestzzn, JobixTLcLiae, Kidney Ctxrtb-plcLiTht,. Wf ftftVart. VV-VVV tVVV., WVCVCV r? vwvyvOYa. ve vvmi lit. "BLoVjiicXfc arc W SMvtf'i YrUrwiu W arc-ewww i.arrr crAcr, ivcvvvav Hi? a gutters ore put- up in bettlee, cf xuhiih the above Is a ie. STTie lakal is finely igr&ef, is provideSL xiJith a. aae-g-UOird fr oour.t'rf altera . &rie $1 per fto'fte, eV eixfor $5. - C. XV. Jfabaek, 'Propriety J9k. f zat fourth St., Ct -smna ti, all orders should he a&dreesmet. FOR ShLt Kt Q. H. Davenport, WoodsfteleV 0. & Malaga; Christian Sander, Browl Alexander k Co., CameroA; J j, .... w.nni;Jii s r-i T. k Powell, Jerusalem'; Jacel f . i ton; J. H. k J. F. Thorafcwry, BetJJ by Druggists and Merchants not the United States and Cauadtv Jcdkins & Hall, Woofefeldw O. Veb. 12, 18a. ly. Sare Your Anew Axb ueiftx iirmt TION whereby Egg mm to W served perfectly iVeah airhoat iaddUiliW, without the incumbrance of las, Sm or other ordinsry preiervatrre. is no more necessity oi rarmero NWg their Eggs at from fire to seren itteU fS nosen, wtien tuey can, at a save them until they ee price. For further purfictr red stanrp to' L. B. SILVBIt, August 13, 1862. 2tn. SffBJtirr'S SALE George iVaVeoypcrt, against Jacob n mtttm. FY virtue of a writ ef rei me directed ftsswUXOoWrt ef j r tv. - auction, at the fret dee eg tfe the town of WeotssAetoV.lv osM tween the hotsrs of ten eYemm a o'olock p. ttu, oh Saturday, ik 20tA day of , the following real estate, sMntUetoaoM aeflsv ty, towtt: Thirty sere of land off of 4sW ejaoVoioWv' the north west qaaxier th eev mm. " quarts, at sectiorx tffee, toweshtp ahTse OloA range ffve. Aepteioal eWt Taken in exeeuticO sud Urteff vpm so o property of Jaoeb N. ofrteheU, sf rfW euit-o George Dvnpert. GEO. W. CAltliOTRrillg, fjr- AU kind ti rmdiict nit, mnnI mm-mmsrmmm ken m exchange for im. v - 4 33 "9 sr . .