WOODSFIELD, O , MftT 80, 1868.
Laji-iag, over the. ules of soint repub
lican? papers 6f lStiO, we wertf forcibly re
minded of the slur thrown upon the Dem
ovrutiu party as ''Union rfavors," whenever
we vvuiJSbftf't&'jipeijpci that ttuicoyrse of
the. Ao.ohi.uu leaders wjuIu be lively,
boi1k jaj, tit invoi; (he Uuion in trouble.
"Oj, uoubij.ioel" M )it&y; "you -rc dough
faces yioidirs to the slave power pro-
slrfSrcrty toots Union savers w hen very 1
b xiy knows the. ooufhent btates could not
be "kicked out of the Union! If they want
to go, let them go!'' and much more of
the same sort ut .reek Jess- br&rnrf'v -S w,
wheu the ciouiheru Stutate- '.are rebelled
and gona out of the U- ' . a, and it is costing
thousiiuJ? of lives and millions of treasure
to get them back, and Democrats, who then
ieared this result and begged fanatics to
stop, and are now begging thetn'not to
mike this a war that must forever prevent
the old Union from being re-eatabltshetty
tney are deaottneed as disuiiists, whilst
they pretend to have become the '-Union
saversi'! How much trouble wouldbave
hee'n avoided by following the Democratic
party and adhering to the Constitution.
FAIRBANKS' SI AH S.
Having learned that in soma eases, per-
Isons with whom we have no connection
whatever, have been traveling through
the country representing themselves as
our agents, or as selling scales made from
Fairbanks' patterns, &c., we deem it prop
er to say that the genuine Fairbanks1
scales are made o ily at Saint Johasbury
Vermont, where they have been made for
thirty-three years cr more, by E. k T
Fairbanks & Co., the original inventors.
and that others represented as such are
X OX ICE.
SEALED IROPOSALS will be received at
the Auditors Office, until the
Is day of June neat,
to contract far putting up trussel work at
Clarington Bridge. Plans and specifications
can he seen at the Auditor's Office, Afonroe
County, Ohio. By order of the Commission
ore. M. HOEFFLER,
May 6, I8ii. 4w. And, M. C. O.
TTTILMAM B1TNKR and Fredericks Bitter
YV his wife, of the State of Pennsylvania,
will take notice that on the 7th day of May
If the scents for sweh 1 18t3. Henry Pifer filed his petition in the
I " j. r r,i r i .
other scales have confidence in their mer
its, they would have no occasion to rescue
to such means to sell them, or aail them
selves of a reputation which the Messrs.
Fairbnnks have ho-.ostly earned. All
our traveling igcuts will be furnished by
us with cer'.acates of agency, which they
will be appy to show to purchasers with
whoji they may not be personally ac
quainted. Fairbanks, Greenleat &, Co.
Chicago, April 23d, 18G3.
W&L. Mr. John Van Buren said a few
years ago, to one of his democratic friends:
"My deaf fellow, you have no idea how
awkward a man feels outside of the dem
dSfcwo't do, whoa riding in a.siaga
ooach tcj talk of another man whom yon
hve not personally seen, as being 'an all
fired scoundrel,' until yot are absolutely
save that he is not sitting before you.
It won't do when snow-drifts are piled
mountain high, pad sleighs are eternally
upsetting, to ride out with a beautiful,
lively,. fascinating girl, and not expect to
get smashed with her.
.tfiftHsio form man, when a horee
kicks him, to kick hack at the horge4n
It won't do to crack jokes on oldflraids
in the presence of unmarried ladles wKo
'mf t OaaeSd the age of forty. a
It won't do to imagine a Legislature,
fed at the public crib, will sit but sj
weeks, when two-thirds of the members
have not the' capacity to earn a decent
lnrfng at bouie.
, It won't do for a man to bnmp his head
against a stone, because he conseientious
ljhelieves that his head is the hardest.
It won't do when a mosquito bites your
fte in the aught, to beat your cranium in
wjeces with your fist, uuder an impression
that you are killing the mosquito.
It won't do for a chau to imatrine a srirl
erent to him because she studiously
avoids him in company.
won't do for a young lady to presume
th.it more than a third of the geutiemcn
wiW-showber pointed attentions, have the
UWtdist:int idea of m;irrving her.
won't do for a man to fancy a lady is
iffTbre with him because she treats mm
civilly, or that she has virtually engaged
aTs4f to him because she ha always en
du dni. company.
It won't do when in a hurry to cat soup
with a twpvprongedfork, or to try to catch
flea. with a fish net.
TMaon't do, to be despcratly enamore
over a pretty face until you nave eeiu it
at the hieiikfast table.
Lt won t do to be so devoted to a ten
derheartcd wife .as to comply implicitly
witbhat reouest when she asks you, '2&)w,
tumble over the cradle, ami break your
The new ana ast running steamc
Co-., t of Common Pleas of Monroe County,
Ohio, to foreclose a mortgage given by them
to John Fisher rand by Fisher assigned) dated
April 9. 185!), on the following lands in said
County, to wit
Sixty acres off the west end of the south
east quarter of section twenty-two, township
fire, rang-e six, and the north west quarter of
the north east quarter of section twenty-one,
township and range af rrfsaid, except forty
eight acres sold and deeded on the 9th day
of April 1859 by said Bitner to Peter Bark
hart, Plaintiff, demands $230,50 and interest
from April 1, 1859, subject to a oredit of
$21,20 Jane 14, 1S61. The defendants are
required to answer by the 1st Saturday in
July next, and in default judgment will be
taken against them and said lands ordered to
bo sold. .
HOLLISTER & OKEY,
Captain CHARLES BOOTH, is running
Wheeling & Farkeraburg.
She leaveB Wheeling every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 10 o'clock
A. M., and Parkersburg every Tuesday
Thursday aud Saturday at 6 o,clock A. M.
For frei at or passage apply ou board
J, D. ST AUVER,
Clock and Watch Maker,
WOODSFIELD, MONROK CO. O.
Will keep an assortment of watches, clocks,
jewelry and notiens. His prices shall com
pare favorably with those of Wheeling and
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry care
fully repaired and Warranted.
TERMS, POSITIVELY CASH.
ec 15, 1S5S.
A Card to tbe Suffering,
The Ret. William PRofeo rovjs, while
laboring as a Missionary in Japan, was
cured of Consumption, when all other
means had failed, bj a recipe obtained
from a learned physician residing in
the great City of Jeddo. This recipe
has cured great numbers who were
suffering from Consumption, Bronchitis,
Sore Throat, Coughs and Colds, and
tbe debility and nervous depression
caused by these disorders.
Desirous of benefitting others, I will
send this recipe, which I have brought
home with me, to all who need it, free
oi cnarge. Address
Rev. WM. COSGROVB,
439 Fulton Avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dec. 24, 1862 lv.
May 13, 1863 6w.
Att'y for Pl'ff.
Immoral Sickness, Cared by
Moral Medic 'tien.
It was not the righteous that our Lord
and Savior died to save. neither does the
Physician prescribe for the sound in
health. It is not for us to enquire as to
the status of the sick man, or the respect
ability of his disease,, philanthrophy and
humanity demand of us to cure him if we
can, whatever may be the cause of his
sickness, and the vice, immorality, exces
sive indulgence oi lustful passions, wheth
er he be of high descent, or a common
beggar, is entitled to as much considera
tion as the Physician of royalty.
Called RADWAY'S REIiOVATING
RESOLVENT will cure every specie of
Ski Diseases Breaking out, bcrotula,
Syphilis, Glandular Swellings, SwelliugB
in the Groin, Nodes, Caries of the bene,
Sores of all kinds, lever sores. Ulcers,
Tumors, StrumerouB discharges from the
ear, Sor Head, Sore Eyes, Sores in the
mouth, Cankers, Turbercles in the Throat,
Lungs, &., Salt Rheum, Rash, Tetter,
ONE TO SIX BOTTLES
Will positively rid the patient ef the
worst forms of the above named diseases.
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOL
VENT. Should be given to infants and young chil
dren aftlcted with sores in the Gums, Sore
Head, Sore Eyes, Sore legs, Restlessness
at night. A half teaspoonful of the Re
solvent will cure the child, and will in all
eases ensure sleep.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER BOT
TLE, OR SIX BOTTLES FOR FIVE
r. Radway A Cos Office,
87 Maiden Lane, N. Y. Sold by Druggists.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE BY OR
DER OF THE FRO BATE COURT.
ON Saturday, the 6th day of June, 1863, en
the premises, in the Town of Woodstield,
in Center Township, Monroe County, Ohio,
the undersigned Administrator of the Estate
of James Cunningham, deceased, will sell to
the highest bidder, the following Real Kstat-,
One lot adjoining W. C. Ctmningharr ,
beginning at said W. C. Cunningham's north
east corner, thenoe north 21 J degrees ea--1
and 40-100 perches to a stake, thence nor h
68$ degrees west 14 perches to a statte, ther e
south 21$ degrnes west 5 and 40-100 ps.c es
to W. C. Cunningham's north west corner,
thenoe south 68$ degrees east 14 perches to
the place of beginning, containing 75 and 60
Also, a lot commencing at P. Diehl's fo ith
east corner in the road, thence north 68$ de
grees west with said Diehl's line and with
Philip Wagouheiurs line 49 perches to Hun
ter's line, thence seath 21 $ degrees west with
Hunter's line 8 perches to Af. Baker's corner,
theace south 68$ degrees oast with M. Baiter's
line and the line of Lot number 1 and 49
perehes to the road, thenoe north 21$ degrees
ast 8 perches and 20 100 of a perch to the
place of beginning, coataining 2$ acres, more
TERMS OP SALE One-third in hand, and
one-third in nine months, and the remainder
in 18 months, with interest from the day of
sale, to be secured to the satisfaction ef the
EDWARD SALISBURY, Adm'r. of
James Cunningham, deceased.
May 13, 1863 4w.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
F. A. Lamping,
READ, IF YOTT YAIX LIFE.
if 19, deux,' wou't you?'
aw TsrfJ Lam
t& A good looking Irishman stopping
ft a"hotcl -to warm himself, inquired of the
4-nWhe we the news?'' v
Tbe landlord, disposed to run upon
fcini, replLedw fjtV fjofl
. . r I L. . . U n .In.-. I ... n. "
raj's i ut,
'that's news in-
after he went to the bar, kid
dwn some coppers and resumed his seat.
kt ktndlorrd always ready for a customer,
askod rum what he would take
fwrtiiirg at all," said Pat.
" Why .did Juu Put down this money
then ?" 1 - 1 4
"An' sure .ir, it's the custom in me own
Wra-y, when a chap loses his daddy, to
itfS'uim a few corners to helo him Dav
ivr tbe Wake.
Fre. "How is the rebellion to-day ?"
Feward "itapidly crushing."
Chase '-Rapidly pulverizing."
Stan to u "Rapidly effervescing."
Ulair "Rapidly ending.
Tj slier ' Itapidly smashing. ,
Pres. Yes, gentlemen; but crushing,
.pulverising, effervescing, decaying, end
ing, exploring and swashing whom. Aeec
Ourpublic hospitals need reform. Nei
ther the food nor the treatment of their
inmates is what it ought to be. The great
object in most of thc?e institutions seems
to be, to doctor the sick, at the least possi
ble expense: As Captain Buusby might
say, "it they live, so, it they die, so. also.
The worst feature of the whole is that the
patients are used as living subjects for
young practitioners to experiment upon.
Those eleves of the medical schools expect
to obtain the knowledge necessary in pri
vate practice, by tearing the properties
and powers oi medicines upon the helpless
wretches placed under their charge Deny
this who will, wc know it to be true. i
For our own part, we are farfrom placing
implicit faith in the prescriptions of the
faculty. Au eontraire, we have infinitely,
more confidence in the world-pervading
I aemedies of Professor Hollowav, than in
an tne tinctures, aecoctions, anoaynes. ana
cnthnrtics recommended in the pTofessioo
al text-books. Doubtless, tbe egotistic
nabobs at the head of some of our medical
institutions would designate bis Pills and
Ointment as empirical preparations. But
we say, no. Empirics experiment upon
tbe diseased pystem; but ho does not.
lie claims the trust and confidence of in
valids on sure grounds an unbroken series
ef cures, embracing all internal and exter
nal complainta, and ranning through no
less a period than the fourth of a century!
Can imagination conceive of more conclus
ive testimony than this? Does not such
a voucher, bearing the indorsements of the
sick in every clime, and backed by the
favorable opinions and friendly decrees of
some or tne reading governments or Europe
carry more weight with it than a whole
staek of diplomas? Siui&ny "Tinws."
William White and others.
Y virtue of a mandate to me directed from
the court of Common Pleas of Monroe
county, Ohio, I will ofler for sala at public
auction, at the front door of the court-house,
in said county, on
Saturday, the 23rd day of May, 1863, j
between the hours of J.0 o'clock a. m.. aud 4 j
o'clock p in., on said day, the following de
scribed real estate, in said county, to wit:
The east half of the northeast quarter of '
section fourteen, township four, and range
six. containing eighty acres more or less, in j
Monroe County, Ohio.
WM. OKEY, Mas. Com.
Monroe Common Pleas.
April 33, 1863.
Guardian's Sale of Real Estate.
OfTPT. l c Vin-rnVt-w frl vnn itiof fTO 11 n
" rlprsicruoil n (iii:irrlinn nf PVinlifi .1 iitip
Tipton and Joseph Tipton, will sell on the
premises, at public vendue, on
Saturday. May 2, 1863,
the following Real Estate, situate in Jfonroe
County, Ohio, to wit:
One undivided third part of the west half
of the north west quarter of section twenty
four, township five, and ranee live, snbject to
the dower estate therein of Mrs. Tipton.
Said sale is made by order of the Probate
Court Af saiii county.
Terms made known on day of sale.
WM. BROWN, Guardian.
April 8, X8G3 4w.
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, liver, 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
Almanac, which the Agents bcljw 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.
Fo Cobtiveness. Take one or two Pills, or
such quantity as to gently move the bowels. Cos
tiveness is frequently the aggravating cause of
Piles, and the cure of one complaint is the- cure
ef both. No person can feel well while under a
costive habit of body. Hence it should be, as it
can be, promptly relieved.
Fob Dyspepsia, which is sometimes tbe cause
of Costit encss. and always uncomfortable, take mild
doses from one to four to stimulate the stomach
and liver into healthy action. They will do it, and
the heartburn, todgburn, and soulbttrti of dyspepsia
will rapidly disappear. When it has gone, don't
forget what cured yon.
For a Foul Stomach, or Morbid Inaction of tin
Bowels, which produces general depression of" tbe
spirits and bad health, take from four to eight Fills
at first, and smaller doses afterwards, until activity
and strength is restored to the system.
Fok Nervousness. Sick Headache, Nat-sea,
Pain in the Stomach, Back, or Side, take from four
to eight pills on going to bed. If they 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 Diseases
f the Skin, take the Pills freely and frequently, to
eep the bowels open. The eruptions will gener
ally soon begin to diminish and disappear. M any
dreadful ulcers and sores have been healed up 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
influence, leaving the sufferer in perfect healfh.
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 Purify' the Blooo, they are the best medi
cine ever discovered.-. They should be taken freely
and frequently, and the impurities which sow the
seeds of incurable diseases will be swept out of the
13- this property
THE SOLDIEK S TRUE PRIE1
ALWAYS MAD Y.
H o llo w a y's Ointment.
COLPITIS & HAGm
FOREI 0 IT JtWB VOVftTI 0
Tombs, Head-Stones, &c
ON NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS ARB ff
SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP JJJ
W. T. SINCLAIR. MARTIN BAKER, JB
SINCLAIR & BAKER
TAKE pleasure in Announcing to their ens
tomers, and the public in treneral. tha
they have now on hand, and intend keeping
uuubianuy, a general assortment of
DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, VAR
NISHES, BRUSHES, SCHOOL
Also Groceries of various kinds
Iron, NaiJs, Plow-points, Salt, (Kanawa
ana xr omeroy.X
f& Produce of every kind will be
received in exchange for goods.
Woodsfield, Sept. 10, 1S56.
Fonvadrmg and uommis
AT CLARINGT0N, 0.
rnilB undersigned having in charge a New
L and Commodious Ware House, convenient
to the Steam Boat Landing, solicits the pat
ronage of the Public generally, who have bu
siness of this branch to be attended to, with
promptness and dispatch, and at such mode
rate prices as will not fail to satisfy all who
may favor me with their business.
Jan. 8, 1862 3mo PETER DILLON.
Dock Garrison Reed's Estate.
Long marches, sore and stiff joint?, blister
ed and inflamed feet, all tbosa the Soldier
must endure, MOTHERS, REMEMBER THIS,
when your sons are grasping their muskets to
I meet danger, think what relief a single pot of
tblS AL.Lt UHAMiMi Sc CUOLINU SALVK Will
give to the one you love when far away from
home and friends. It hardens and makes
tough the feet so that they can endure great
fatigue. It soothes and relieves the inflamed
and stiffened joints, leaving them supple.
strong and vigorous, while for
Sabre Cuts and Gun Shot Wounds,
It stands unequalled, removing and prevent
ing every vestige of inflammation and gently
drawing the edges 'together, it quickly and
completely heals the most frightful wounds.
Wives vnd Sisters of Volunteers. f
You can not put into the Knapsacks of your
Husbands and Brothers, a more valuable or
more necessary gift than a supply of this
Extraordinary Military Salve.
The lonely sentry walking bis rounds at
night, exposed to drenching tains aud chill
night air, is often seized with most VIOLENT
-HAUaMMUGH and SUFFOCATING HOARSE-
NhbS, first symptoms of QUICK CONSUMP
TION, but if supplied with HOLLOWAY'S
PILLS and HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT, all dan
ger is averted, a few Pills taken night and
morning, and the Ointment briskly rubbed
twice a day over the throat and chest wUl re
move the severest pains and stop the most
distressing or dangerous COUGH. Thereiore
we say to the whole Army.
SOLDIERS ATTENTION!.' '
See to your own health, do not trust to the
Army supplies although most valuable
These PILLS and OINTMENT have been thor
oughly tested, they are the only rmdies
used in the European Camps and Barracks,
for over forty years Doctor Hollowav has sup
plied all the Armies in Europe, and during
CRIMEAN CAMPAIGN he established a depot
at Balaclava, for the exclusive sale of these
Persons wishing to purchase will find ft
to their interest to give us oall before gif
6TMARI8TTA STREET, NBAS luttr
June 19, lb6l ly. H
r '. r.y . i.i i. ii' mti A
P. DILLON, Pbofbiitb.
i j -tai
THE Proprietor begs leave to inferavthe .
public that he has thoroughly repaired and. "
newly furnished the' abo'fe named hotel, ane?
is now prepared te accommodate traveUhaT
and boarders. v , j i; pr 1
Every attention will be paid to those whe
favor him with a call, and no pains wilLfce
spared to make their stay pleasant "Sis' table
shall be well provided, and his charges JCeeV i
erate. . t , t .,.r
i i .ITOOs
Sept. 11, '61 ly.
XfOTICE is hereby given that the under
J. signed was, on the 5th day of Sept.,
1862, appointed by the Probate Court of Mon
roe County, Ohio, Administratrix of the Estate
of Garrison Seed, late of said County. De
ceased. MARY E. REED, Adm'r.
. 17, 1862. 3w.
FiRE INSURANCE COMPANY
This company, being organised under a faver
able charter obtained from the Legislature,
now in a prosperous condition, and, ready to
Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables,
Store Houses, Shops, &c, Ac, against lftss y;
fire. , u
DIRECTOSH. , , ,
8. L. MOONEV JOHN M. E0WK.
JNO. M. klRKKRJUE, WM, OK.ET,
LEWIS SHIPLEY, J. W. ARMSTnn0,
J. B. OBLINGER, t. A. LAM PI NO,
W A. TALBOTT, B. C. KOTZEBUB,
NATHAN HOLLISTER. J. B. NoLU
J. A. DAVINPOBT.
A. DAVENPOET. Pres'i.
Or. Robark's Scandinavian
. Whco jo hear a Republics a cry
iair Butternut' vehemently, it is a sicn his
arty is going to dj(4itj or lt. Logan
And when you hear Abolitionists cry
iug , 'Copperhead,' it is .a sure indicatioi
tbait Vo h:ia Untit 2im.fjm in AVu hrni? " n
'.. . . W ' L " W
,uiat he has "got snrntces xn his oootr, or
experts soon to be stutke bitten. Mills
A Nest op "Coppbbhkads." A Mr
Brewo, of Pouglileepsie, has five song
two grandsons, and one son-in-law in the
federal army. Mr. Brown is a veteran
Are rod sick, no matter what orcan is
affected, depend upon it the blood, which
is the food and sustenance of every organ,
is full, et corruption! My Scandinavian
L((ood rills and Blood runner, break up
the source of disease in the fluids of the
' 'erne m .
oody. lney purge ana purity the ele
ments of the bioed. Hence their quick
and complete cures in dyspepsia, scrofula,
eruptions, fits, tumors, nervousness, kid
ney complaints, piles,. low fevers, debility,
rheumatism, headache; want of sexual
vigor, etc., eto. These remedies are as
tonishing the whole medical world. See
Master Commissioner's Sale.
F. A. Lamping,
Joseph Dye, and others.
BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from
the court of common pleas of Monroe county
Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, at
the front door of the court-house, in the town
of Woodsflsld, in said county, on
Saturday, the 23rd dzy of May, 1SG3,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 4
o'clock p. m., on said day, the following de
scribed real estate, in said county, to wit:
The east half of tbe north east quarter of
section twenty-two, township four, range six,
containing sxventy-nine and 52-100 acres.
TOI. OKEY, Mas. Cem.
Monroe Common lUeas.
April, 22, 1863.
' v '
system uke chau betore tne wina.
thev do as much tood in rifeventiiis sickness as by
the remarkable cures which they are making erery
Livbb Complaint, JiCNmcE, and all Bilious
Affections arise from some derangement either
torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the lirw.
Torpidity and congestion vitiate the bile and rerider
it unfit for digestion. This is disastrous to the
health, and the constitution is frequently under
mined by no other cause. Indigestion is the symp
tom. 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 ef evils. Costiveness, or
alternately costiveness and diarrhoea, prevails.
Feverish symptoms, languor, low spirits, weariness,
restlessness, and melancholy, with sometimes in
ability to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness ;
sometimes there is severe pain in the side ; the skin
and the white of the eyes become a greenish yellow ;
the stomach acid; the 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, S c. 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
sueh pains when you can cure them for 25 cents.
Khki-m atism, Govt, and all Inflammatory Fe
vers are rapidly cured by the purifying effects of
these Pills upon the blood and the stimulus which
they aflbrd to the vital principle of Life. Fer these
and all kindred complaints they should be takjsa tu
mild doses, to move the bowels gently, but freely.
As a Dinner Pill, 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.
DR. J. C. AVER A CO.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
AND SOLD BY
John M. Rikkbbide and Judkins &
H. C. Kotzebeu, Malaga;
M. P. Miles & Son, Somerton.
June 4, 18G2. ly. '
Notice in Attachment.
VOLUNTiSBftS FOR THE ARMY
teHOrJi,D NOT LEAVE THE CITY
VN'TIL supplied with Holloway's Pills &
)ifttttient. tor sores, Scurvy, Wounds,
mall Pox, Fevers, and Bov,el Com-
iu(s, these medicines are the bost iu
tlirorld. Every F ranch Soldier useq
iLtiu. '' -5 & per box. . ,
George Conrad, Defendant.
2DEF0RE B. Salisbury, J. P., of Center town
KJ ship, Monro County, Ohio. On the,i7th
day of April A. Q. 1863, said Justice issued
an order of attachment in .the above action,
for the sum of thiiteen dollars Sud wenty-
elgnt cents. JKUji'iAH, UiliUiB.
Master Commissioner's Sale,
t A. C. Hutchison,
Asa Y. Dent, and others.
BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from
tlie court of common pleas of Monroe oonnty,
Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, at
the front door ef the court-house, in the
town of Woodsfield, on
Saturday, the 23rd day of May, 1863,
between the hears of 10 o'clock a. m., and 4
o'clock p. m., on said day, the following de
scribed real estate, in said county, to wit
Lots number thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen
in Linn's addition to the town of Beallsville,
in Monroe County, Ohio.
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Monroe Opminon Pleas.
April 22, 18C3.
On Monday, April 8, 18ti3, the undersigned
lost a POCK8T BOOK in Baresville, contain
ing eight or ten dollars in money. Also a
promissory note-on John Lvthy and Frederick
Rot hacker, in favor of John Scuupbach. for
$100, and a promissory note on Christian
Blatter and John Burgy, in favor of Urs Kan
Big far $50, and a registered letter receipt
dared April 6, 1863 for $30 sent to 8. J. Blooh.
Any person finding and returning said
Pocketr Book and contents, will be . liberally
re warded ; and all persons are hereby uftiiied
not to buy or trade for said not. arid 4im
Baresville, Ohio, April 2a, 163, . , j
John McCammon's Estate.
Notice is hereby given that the undersign
ed was, on the 7th day of April 1863, ap
pointed by the Probate Court of Monroe
County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of
John McCammon, deceased.
JAMES McCAMMON, Adm'r.
April 15, 1863. 3w.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Y virtue of a mandate to me directed trom
the court of common pleas of itfonree
county, Ohio, I "will offer for sale at public
auction, at the front door of the court house
in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, ou
Saturday, the 30th day of May, 1863,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and
4 o'clock p. m., on said day. the following de
scribed real estate, situate in said county, to
wit -i'-' . '.li'fi J ..! w. rt fj am
The east half of the north east quarter of
the south east quarter of section five, town
ship four, and range six, containing twenty
acres, more or less, in Monroe County, Ohio
; WM. OKEY, Mas. Com.
Monroe Common Ploaa.
April 29, 1863. ,
D. Ncuhart fe Co.
S prepared to furnish
and every thing else in the marble line. Shop
one door .south of Kirkbride's store.
D. NEUHART & CO.
June 18 1860. ly.
JOHtf W, CAR0THERS,
HOUSE PAINTING, GLAZING, GRAINING.
PAPER HANGING, LETTERING, READY
MIXED PAINTS OP ALL COLORS,
"iT Done and prepared in the most fashion
able styles, and on the shortest notice,
Oct. 16, 1861 ly.
iik Insgctiion sift
LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
iTos, 62, 64 and 66 Water
Street, between W alnut and
Vine, and 59 and 61 Front
TRI-WEEKLY PUBLIC SALES, AND
AT PRIVATE SALE, OF
Sept. 3, 1862. ly. .
Athens, Athens Co. Ohio, Aug. 10,859,
Dr. C. Roback :
Dear Sir Permit me to say In relation to
your Scandinavian Blood Pills and Blood Pu
rifier, that I have used several boxes and
bottles, .and have found their effects on my
system to be all that it is claimed for them
in your advertisements. I have also seen the
effects of your pills upon a child four or five
years old, in expelling worms from the bowels.
One dose given the ohild, confined to the bed,
and apparently very sick, caused the worms
to come away from it in great numbers, and
fney were found crawling and scattered all
about. .The child thus relieved recovered
immediately, aud is now well and hearty.
School Examiner's Notice,
J. B. NOLL, Secretary and General
Mav ?1, 162 ly.
Agent there has sold over a ton in weight of
the Ointment in a single day. These tcrrib e
and fatal enemies of the soldier in camp.
Dljt.REJt. DYSENTERY. SCURVY
SORESand SCROFULOUS ERUPTIONS
all disappear like a charm before these PILL,
and OINTMENT, and now while the Cry rings
throughout the land,
TO ARMS!' TO ARMS!!
Do not let these brave men perish by dis
ease, place m their hands tht-se PRKCIOI.'S
REMEDIES, that will enable them to resist tbv
dangerous exposures, the Pevers, the Chills.
and the wounds which they cannot avoid, and
what is more, cannot frequently get succour
in the moment of need, whereas if our brave
men have only to put their hands into their
Knapsacks and find there a snre reniedv for
all tbe casualties of the battle field. ' Kow ! rol3 to lh PUc of beginning, containing
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SCTJ A FROTH will take notice thai?
the 19th day of Afarch IStfR1, "Sftniv,
iVuhlenianu, as the Administrator af:Jql(i
Schafroth, in the Probate Orurt of, Jlfnrvro
County, Ohio, the object and pray et Of which
is to obtain leave to sell the following Rent'
Estate, situate in said County: Beginning
at the south west corner of the north we.-t
quarter of section 29. township one, and "ridge
three, thence easi 160 rods to the south east
corner of said quarter section, thwnce aortU
1 Mi rnds tothe left fork of Barnes' run, thence
up said rnn to the section line, thenew south
many thousands of lives would thus be saved
who would otherwise perish before relief could
None are genuine unless the words ' Hoi
low at, Nkw York asd Lospos," are discerni
ble as a MAifer-Tiurfc in every leaf of the book
of directions, around each pot or box; the
same may be plainly seen by holding the leaf
tothe light. A handsome reward will be given
to any one rendering suoh information as may
lead to the detection ol any party or partit ?
counterfeiting tbe uiediciueBM" vending the
same, knowing thein to be spurious.
m Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
Hollow at, 80 Maiden Lane, New York and by
all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Med
icine throughout the civilized world, in pots,
at 25c. 62c. aud $1 each.
g"There is a considerable saving by tak
ing the larger sizes.
IV. D Directions fer the guidance of pa
tients, in every disorder, are affixed to each
To the Farm its of Monroe and
. Counties of the State.
NOTICE is hereby given, that there will be
a petition presented to the.Commissipn
jrs of Monroe County, Ohio, at their June
session, praying for a County Road in Bethel
Township, Monroe County, Ohio, commencing
at the termination of the County Road near
Louis Day's, thence .south weit to the County
line at or near Joseph .Masters.
f. l"" .r( , p r Mat Pktitioskbs.
May 13, 18G8.-4W. pi
To Teactiers. Meetings for the ex
amination of Teachers will be held at the
UNION SCHOOL-HOUSE, in Woods
fleltt, at 9 o'clock in tho forenoon, on ;
SA TITRDA P, MA RCH Uth,
u U 25ft,
By order of the Board.
JAMES U. ANUS, Clerk.
M.iircli i, 163. 3m.
THOSE who are desirous of manufacturing
good sugar from the Sorghum or Chinese
Sugar Cane, can procure from the undersigned
a receipt which he will warrant to make the
best of sugar.
Having visited the Stale Board of Agricul
ture, and had sugar for exhibition made ac
cording to this receipt, which was almost uni
versally pronounced to be the best granulated
sugar of the kind ever produced.
The crystals of this sugar is very large
which is always the test of good sugar.
The manufacturing- of sugar from Sorghum
is no longer a humbug. !nt a reality.
By this process any Farmer can make his
sugar at a cost not, exceeding live cents per
Satisfactory evidence will always be given
that sugar can be made by this receipt, and
specimvu sugar on hand for any one to ex
amine. JOSEPH VV. RICHARDSON,
Agent, Woodsfield, Ohio.
January 14, 1863. tf. .
Farm for Sale.
EIGHTY ACRBS of land near Antioch, in
this county. 55 acres cleared, three log
dwelling honses and other buildings. Said
farm is well adapted for sheep or stock. Any
person desiring to purchase will oall ou Allen
Shotwell, at Antioch, or the undersigned.
Terms liberal. This farm is ordered to be
sold by the Will of Isaac Philips.tdrceased.
K. M. PHILIPS,
Feb. 25, 1663. tf. Executors.
BY virtue of an order of the Probate Court
of Monroe County, Ohio, the' undersigned
Siduer Starkey, Administrator of the Estate
of John Denbow, Senior, witl offer for sale
the following Real Estate, situate in JKonroe
County, Ohio, to wit: i 1
Town Lots numbered four (4,) Eleven (11,)
and Seventeen (17,) in the Town ef Lewis
ville, in said County.
Said real estate will be sold to the highest
bidder, at public auction, on the premises, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clcok a. m., and 4
o'clock p, m., oh
Saturday, May 28, 18G3.
Terms of Sale; One-half cash in hand,
and one-half in six months, with interest en
the deferred payments, te be secured to the
satisfaction of the undersigned.
April 82. 1863. 4w. i Adm'r.
yrj Ail kinds oi yi oduee ta
ken in exchange for this paper.
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Said petition will be for hearing in Said
Court on the 13th daw of Jone
JOUN MUULEMANN, Adm'r.
April 15, 1663 4w.
Notice is hr-pby given at there will be a
petition preseuted to th" Comnii.-rieneiiayf
ilorroe County, Ohio, at their next annual
uiei-ting, pray ng for a review on tbe ctntv
ioad inuninc np and down the KorUe' Kor
of Wills Creek, commencing at the forks of
the road Near John B. Foster's honoe, on t?i
bind, of John Kent, thence to run up tlw
creek bank through the Ii-.nda of lobn. Kent,,
tlince through the lauds of J. E. Meenetu to
utersect said road at James M. Meohem'a
stable Maxt PKriTioxnaa.
April 22, 18G3 4w.
Master Commissioner's Sale. 1
William If. Dement and others.
virtue of a mandate to me direbted from
) the Court of Colon on Pleas of Unuioe
county, uino, i wrr.l oner tor wale at public auc
tion, at the front door of the court bouse, ftt
the tnwn of Woodsfield. in said conutv, 'on
Saturday the. '13rd day of May, lti(3.
between tbe hours of 10 o'clock m. in. and 4
o'clock p. mV, on said day, the following de
scribed real estate, in eetd county, to nh:
A tract of tend in the east haif nf the south
east quarter of section 18, township 7, range
7, beginning at the south eat cirner ef eatd
section 18, therrce north lti rods, lhnoe West
SI rods to a point on the line dividing the
east from the west;half, theaice south lis rods
to a post on the section line, thence east 1
rods to the place of beginning, containing 8
acies, more or less. Also a tract in seetiefe 17,
same township aud ranne, being part of the
east half of the noith east quaiter of section
17, beginning at the north end of said laud,
running south so far as te contain or take in
thirty acres, making the north and south lii e
of equal width, except six acres out of the
north west corner of sairt tract.
WM. OKEY, M.is. Com.
Monroe Common I'leas.
April 23, 1863.
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Master Commissioner's Sale.
Nathan K Berry,
Reuben Hawkins endiwiiow ..- .tu
BY virtua of a mandate to tue directed front
the Court ef Common Pleas of Monroe coun
ty, 1hio, 6n TUK3DAY, the 1 9tn day of Afay
n st, between the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon, and tour in the afternoon of said
dav, at the front door of the court-house, fn
said couuty, I shall proceed to sell to the
highest and best bidder the -ast htof 11
No. nine and the south half of lot Np. twenty-six
in Stafford, with the buildings thereon,
ordered by said Court to be sold to satisfy a
mortgage made by Reubeu Hawkins ami wife
to Nathan E. Berry. One fourth of the pur
chase money to be paid down on the day of
sale. A liberal oredit for the remainder
Terms made known on the dav of sale.
EDWARD A RCH BOLD,
Mas. Com. H. C. O.
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April 8th 1863.
ALEXANDER THohNHKRRY, Osark P. C,
Afonroe Cennty, Qhjio, haefon hands for
sue a lot of OLD OATS, which he will sell at
a reasonable price. .
T Any one desiring Seed Oats had better
call soon as they are a scarce article.
April 15, 1SB3.--3W.
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
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