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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1863.
W Democmtie "State Convention at Columbus, Thursday, June 11th, 1863. Oar Premium. l?or ten new subscribers to the Spirit and fifteen dollars, we will send to the jwhdn getting up the Club, one copy of Uodey Lady s Book, a three dollar Mag azine; a copy of Mme Demorest's Quar terly Mirror of Fashions, or an extra copy of the Spirit, whichever they may prefer, A Lady by a little exertion can easily get ton subscribers in a neighborhood, thereby securing a aplendid Book for herself. As sqon as the names and money is received the Book will be forwarded. lions in the 25th Ohio. Major Williams has been promoted to Eie'ut. Colonel, and Lieut Captain.' Manning to VeS" Col. Richardson, who was dangcr ouskr wounded inthe breast at the late FreaeVicksburg battle, is recovering sknv- Itfandw are informed will be able to get home in a short time If promotions in the army were made nHWrrtKrij; to merit Col. Richardson would have the star instead of the eagle on his shoulder strap. Letter from Gen. G. VV. Cass. OKWOTT The following latter was addressed by nrrai Gv W. Cas to a meeting of Demo crats of Washington county, Peuusylva nia, heldon Monday evening. May 18th: Fittsbcrg, May 15th, 1863. Maxr. Gibson, Bradcn, Brady and Hart, Commi t e : ""HttfiTlrtTe received your very flat tering invitation to be present aud address a muss meeting of the Democracy ol Whfrbinpton county on the 18th inst. 1 would with pleasure accept your invita tion to meet you iu council un that flay, were 1 not under an engagement, which (annei oajfibly be postponed, to be in the Mite jot UiOo on th the day of your meet- V H 11. . 1 K . i. V til J i . . a-.. . rMYc cottier to loox with almost a fcjuuch solicitude upn the action of the i'emocratic p rty iu its primary mecting. a for the rcult of the conflict at arms; rfar- t lis reason tint it is now clear to me that the perpetuity of our present form of gbSrnwewt rest on the patriotism, intel ligence, forbearance and consistent coarse f action by the Democratic party. The acobin. and radicals who arc the leading "Vpirits of the p itic-al party in power retn quite as intent on destroying our . rivii rights as iu whipping the rebels into okjeetiwr. ' it in our duty to insist on "tlie : preservation inta-t of the form 61 gveruinent established in 1780, and that the" territorial limits of the nation shall nerer he diminished. To attain this end. iW must ace that the Government is not allowed to fall to pieces. We must hold ' the" exclusive agents of the Government "'to their duty, and keep them in their duty. until we can, by means of the hallot-bax. 4tllt in their n'tead those who will adminis ter the Government as it was framed by our ancestors. Very truly yours, j . G. W. CASS. 73,000 Democrat!- in Council On the 20th inst., the Democracy of ' Indiana asteiueblcd iu Mas Convention ri lndiaplis. Th cmwd of j coplc "jirtMent Wn fstimatcd at 75,00'! Hon. Dasiki. XV. YrKJitilRK.s chii-en I'rosi do.it ifthe v'oarentiuii, and wide a ypoerh, t.pl.nti himself ou the (Joiistitutifi , an J oia4iiu5 the riyht tor the people po.icea Wf ko assein Ac aud discuss the l-.-ues in feohHhttyaaiatereatod. lio donouuoed the arbitrary acts of the Govern (aunt. ! Speetlies were alao made by .-eeral otlfier gentlemen. The military commandant had the troops stationod on the si reets. The Democrats smiled t;thojiphiy; and, having no dis- tjlya thoughts, feared nothing. The In dianapolis rfentinel says it was the largest : convntin ever held iu the State. In the telegraph report of the proteed- 1 fng Was the ibllowiug: 'Sooh after the Torre Haute train went ' "fa the same way, and in p ishing the City iiarracks and Soldiers' Home, the balls i 11 like hail among the soldiers." Jbi Those who knowiiy that this isa false- "traod made out of whole cloth, for sinister '"tfrpOB. " Hrhe IndianapolfB Sentinel says of it: . "Iathe evening, as the Ciiinnati, the Ceutrnl aud the Bellefontaine excursion ttiii:wre leaving, some imprudent per sons fired off their pistols in the air. The ffiae were stopped aud searched, and one or two hundred revolvers taken from the passengers. This closed the scene, we believe, as far as the Convention was con- tSfdtn Schenck has issued an order directing that wherever Union men have tieen deprived of their horses in the late raid, or at other times, so that they have uot the wherewith-io raise a crop, they .Kail at once be summed uv reoeis wuy have hones. One Hundred Dollars Br 'Til. : rl. A .gentleman, who was a Republican fl (luring the lost Presidential election, offers one hundred dollars reward for a sight at mil the banners inscribed with "Freedom. " -rw tr t 1? 1. '1 Ac that he and the Republican party marched uuder in Freeport during that eampaicn. We will add ten dollars more to the proposition- Freeport (111.) Bullet- We will add another hundred, upon the condition that the banners are borne through the utrcete by the same partisans who carriea tnew lO tuc campaigns oi jio II l NEW YORK MARKET. New York, May 28. Flour more ac tive and a shade firmer, 5 755 95 for extra State, 6 156 30 for extra It. H. O. and 6 347 75 for trade brands, and closing fhfm. H'hiiky a shade firmer for State and western 44-15. Wheat fully lc. better with a moderate supply and fair export demand at 1 18 1 39 for Chicago spring, 1 26l 42 for Mil. club and 1 431 49 for winter red western. Corn lc. better with active demand at 7475 for good to strictly prime shipping western mixed and 6974 for new do. Oats firm at 7175. Coffee dull. Sugar dull and unchanged. Molasses inactive. Fork dull and lower, 11 6211 75 for old mess, 13 50 for new do., 10 75ll 75 for old and new prime and 14 5(16 for new prime mess. Beef dull. Bacon sides dull and drooping. Lard more active and firm at 9-10. KIIliED On the 2nd of May, in the late battle of Fredericksburg, while gallantly leading on his men, Lieutenant ALEXANDER SINCLAIR, of Co. K, 2oth Kegt. U. V. I, in the 31st year of his age. May he rest in peace. On the Burial of Lieutenant Sinclair. Lift him up tenderly; Fashioued so slenderly, Gone in his youth-time so soon to his rest. Lay htm down gently, And deem it not pastime As you heap up the clods On his inanimate breast. Lower him slowly, Into his grave lowly, Cover his form with his mantle of wool. A prayer brpathe o'er him, For those who adore him, And pay him a tribute From eyes that are full. With a tear on the sod Commend him to God Kneel by his shallow and rude fashioned grave, And from hearts now made sore, Let each one implore, Mercy ami grace For the slumbering brave. Press the clay slightly, Tread ever so lightly, Heme in her a soldier there ; is reposm-, And when you return, Where the wateh-firct burn, Relate to your comrades The fate of Sinclair. W. V. B. Proceedings oi the Democratic Central Committee, At a meetins; of th Democratic Central Committee of Monroe County held in Woods riaM, onthe 19th iay of Afay 1863, tho Coni- uiueo was uallua lo order by Kdward oalis i niy, Chairman, aud on motion Doct. J. Way im appuinted St-cretary. On . ion it was resolved, that a Conven tion of the Democracy he hold, on the dele gate system, ou the 4th day of July, next, in each of the several townships of the Coun- Itemized, That each township appoint three delegates, to meet at the Court Hdfise in Wnodslield on the 6th day of July at 1 o'clock. H, M - for the purpose of nominating a Cuinty Ticket. The following persons were appointed del gatfs to the Democratic State Convention to be held on the 11th day of June, next : John s Wav, Doct. J. U. U'Connor, Ja. R. Jtfor i . Viihael tlorffler, Doct. W. T. S nclair, El e' neadley,Oeo, d. lgeo, Thomas Mat tin, Johu K. Noll, John W. Wheeler, H. T. JuVchell, Ro'oei t Jrviu. Wm. Hobangh, John A L tuk aid, Jacob N. Jtfitobell, James Uesstrly, J. P. Springs, Geo, Pnggenborg, Thos. Armstrong, Jacob Tchappat, Johu Beardmore and J. mes Dougherty. Thereupon the Committee adjourned. EDWARD SALISBURY, Chairman, J. Wat, Secretary. WOOL CARDING. 'PHR subscriber would announce to the pub JL Uft that he is prepared to do Carding at Alexanders Mill, Fuur Mile from the Ohio River, on Sun Jit h Creek. And has thoroughly repaired the same. He has added thereto NEW CARDS, and has imployed au old and experienced Carder, and is now prepared to ds wrk on short notice, and in a superior n. aimer. From my long expericr.ee in the business, I can guarantee to give good satisfaction to those favoring me with their custom. gg Wool will be received and rolls return ed at J. W. Walton's, Woodsfield. ISAAC RICHNER, June 3, 1863 3m. John McCanimon's Estate. Notice !s hereby given that the undersign ed was, on the 7th day of May 1863, ap pointed by the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of John McCaminon, deceased. HUGH B. HILL, Adm'r. June 3, 1863. 3w. Barbara Ecklebcrry's Estate. Notice is hereby given that the undersign ed was, on the 18th day of itfay 1863, ap pointed by the Probata Court of Jtfonroe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of Baibara Eckleberrv, deceased. HUGH B. HILL, Adm'r. June 3, 1863 3w. Peter Dung's Estate. Notice is bereby given, that the undersigned was, on the 27th day of May, 1863, appointed by the Probate Court of Monroe ounty, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of Peter Durig, late of said County, deceased. DANIEL FANKHAUSER, Adm'r. Jnne 3. 1863 3. . Sarah Johnson's Estate, Notice is bereby given, tbat the undersigned was. on the 27th day of May, 1863, appointed by the Probate Court i.f Mol roe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of Sarah Johnson deceased. V.ZRA JOHNSON, ' June 3, 1S63 3w. pd, Adiuf, GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! 1 AT S.L. H E has just returned from the Eastern MOOHFiS market with his seoond stock, and is noiaJPFFICES at Washington City; and being familiar with the methods of conducting business fully prepared to enter on the SPRING and SUMMER CAMPAIGN with a beautiful assort ment of the Latest styles of goods, suitable for the SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE. He solicits the Ladies and Gentlemen of "Old Monioe" to volunteer and examine his stock which has been purchased at the late reduced prices for CAS Hj, and therefore is enabled to sell lower than any other house in this section of the country. His stock is full and complete, comprising a beautiful line of Ladies Dress Lawns, Poplins, Berges, Tis- sues, and other FASHIONABLE AND SEASONABLE DRESN CiOODS FOR THE LADIES- Barrel "Flannels, Glasgow Ginghams, Merri mack, Cooheco, Sprague, Dumvel, Qonestoga, Aiaericau, Hamilton City and Exeter PRINTS! London Mourning Prints. We have also a small lot of those beautifu BALMORAL SKIRTS, which are so universally worn by the Ladies in the Cities. Also, of all sizes, qualities and prices. 1 r. Til spring ana duuimcr r lowers, HON NETS, Ribbons, Shawls, Bay Slate, Long Shawls, Mourning Shawls and Plaid Shawls. HOSIERY- Silk, Cotton, Lisle Thread and Lambs' Wool. Black and Colored. Ladies' Gauntlets, Cotton and Kid Gloves, all colon. , Cuff & Collars, ALSO, ON HAND A STOCK OF Cloths, Cassimeres and Sattiaetts, RED, WHITE, BLUE & QREV FLANNELS. NET SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. READY - MADE Black French Cloth, Black and Fancy French a-..; .... 7 .. . 7,v, .... ...... 1 uassin.ere, oavtiuei., "rTf 1 .Mecnauics assimere, t r . . - i PH J . W, ,. ' CIjOTMlXCr made to order on the shortest notice, and iu the bsst style of WORKMANSHIP. MEN AND BOYS PALM, STRAW, WOOL AND FUR Men and Boys Caps. Ladies, Misses, Chil drens, Afeu and Boys Shoes, Congress lace Gaiters. Groceries, HARDWARE, fio., &c. All of which he offers at greatly reduced prices for CASH OR PRODICB. The highest Mar ket price paid in CASH for WOOL. S.L. M00HBY, Woosneld, Afay 27, 1863. -3m. AX OSDO.OIE. The following Ordinance was passed April 27th, 1883: Be it Oboainko by the Copscii of tub Ik COKPOKATEIl VlLI.AOK OV WoODiiFIKLJl, That it shall be unlawful for auy perBon, except the Street Commissioner, to take or earry away any of the roil or ground in any Street or Alley within the Incorporated Village of Woodstield, without the consent of the owner or owners of lots or land adjoining such Street or Alley, and also the consent of the Street Commissioner. That any person- violating this Ordinance shall be fined in any sum not exoeeding ten dollars. That this Ordinance be published in the 'Spirit of Desaoeraoy." 8. GRIMSHAW, Afayor. J. D. 8tA0VRR, Becorder. I00FE1 SKIRTS, CLOT IS 6 HATS JAMBS W. WALTOH, Governmental Claim Agent, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. Office, opposite the Court-House. 0 Mr. W. having been for many years an officer of the PENSION and GENERAL LAND ueiore lue nxecunvo iepanments, possesses superior facilities tor securing the most PROMPT and FAVORABLE action upon all claims placed in his hands for collection. He will give special attention to the prosecution of claims for BACK-PAY, $100 BOUNTY; BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS, INVALID PENSIONS, TO WIDOWS, CHILDREN, MOTHERS AND SISTERS. Also claims for Marines, Flotilla-men, Officers, Pilots, Engineers, Sailors and crews upon the Gun-boats; of Contractors, Patentees, Post-Masters; and all other claims against, and business with the General Government. V&'Also will Pay Taxes on Lands in any of the loyal States of the Union. REFERENCES. Hon. J. M. Edmunds, Com. of Gen'l Land Office. Hon. Joseph S. Wilson, Ex. tf " John Robh, Esq., Chief Clerk of Pensions. Hon. R. J. Atkinson, 3rd Aud. of Treasury. October 8. IS 62. 6m. Legal Notice. JACOB FANKHAUSKR of the State of Iowa. Adam Weiss aud Martha Weiss, Frederick Kankhauser and Christian Faukhaueer of the rftate of Virginia, will take notice that Daniel Fankhauser as the Administrator of Dauiel Fankhauser, senior, dia, on the 2(tth day of May A. D. 1863, file his petition in the Pro bate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, ts sell the following lauds (to pay debts,) situate in Monroe County, Ohio, to wit: The east half of the north east quarter of section twenty-four, township three, and range three, excepting fifteen acres olf of the south end sold to John Fankhauser, containing sixty-five acres. Said petition w 11 be for hear ing on the first day of July A. D. 1863. DANIEL FANKHAUSER. June" 3, 1863 4w. Notice in Attachment. John q Hess, Administrator of the Estate of Samuel B. Smith, Deceased, against Nathan M. Smith, Defendant, BEFORE William L. Pearson, J. P. of Suns bury Township, Monroe County, Ohio, on the 30th day of April A. D. 1863, said Jus tice issued au order of attachment in the above action, for the sum of one hundred and fifty two dollars and seventy-five cents. JOHN C. HESS. June 3, 18C3 3w. Daniel Fankhauser Si 's. Estate. Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned was, on the 21st day of May, 1663. by the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, ap pointed Administrator of the Estate of Dauiel Fankhausei, senior, defeased. DANIEL FANKHAUSER, Adm'r. Ju le 3, 1863. 3w. Claim Agency. The subscriber has formed a partnership with Andrews, Vansickle and McCot, of Co lumbus, for the prosecution of all military claims whatever, such as back pay, Boanty Pensions, &o. , &c. The long experience and exttfn.-.ive practice of this Firm will it is hoped secute public confidence. The subscriber will attend at his office on Aain Street, Woodsfleld, nearly opposite Dr. Smith's. EDWARD ARCH BOLD, Feb. 4 1S63 9ino. Att'y at Law. ool Caniiiia:, SPINNING AND WEAVING, THE proprietors, thauklnl for past favors, would inform their customers and the public generall, that they are now much bet ter prepared than ever for Carding, Spinning and Weaving, such as CASSANETT3, BLANKETS, JEANS AND TWEEDS. The Subscribers having been engaged in the above business for 30 years, flatters them selves that they can give satisfaction to all who may favor them with their patronage. Wool will be received and delivered at S. a ... n... I VT7 Wilton' Woods ; field; Peter Dorr's, Afiltousburg'u, and J. I (tilt t'"l- V. n Hi wi ' - , ' " ? Mi,tnr. ml J H. & J. F. Thornberry's, Beallsville. JOHN GRAHAM, T. W. TUOMAS, Jerusalem, Monroe County, Ohio. Afay 27, l8ti3. 3m. A DMJXJSTIiA TOR'S SA LE. m OTICE is hereby given that the un dersigned Alexauder Pickens and Williams Pickens, Administrator's of iVilliam A. Pickens, deceased, will sell on the premi ses, at public vendue, on Saturday, June, 27, 1863, the following Real Estate, situate iu Monroe County, Ohio, to wit: The north east corner of the north west quarter of section thirteen, township six, range six, containing forty-one acres, more or less. TEliMS OF SALE One-third cash in hand, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years, with interest on the deferred payments to be secured to the satisfaction of the un dersigned. AL'OiANDER PICKENS and WILLIAM PICKENri, Adm'rs. of William A. Pickens, deceased. May 27, 1863 4w ADMIX1STRA TOR'S SALE. OTICE is hereby given tbat the un- SB dersigned Aduimistrators ol the Ins tate of Joseph Tuel, deceased, will offer for sale at public auction, on the premises, on Saturday, My 80, 18G3, the following premises, situate in Monroe County, Ohio, to wit: The east half of the north west quarter of section twentv-uine, in township one. of range four, containing eighty acres, more or less. Tbkms Oue-third cash in hand, oue-third in one year, and one-third iu two years, with interest on the deferred payments, to be se cured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. JAMES BRADP1BLD and william Mcknight, Afay 6, 1868. 4w. Adm'rs. . . - Insolvent Notice. THE creditors of the Estate of William Hen ihorn, deceased, are hereby notified that said Estate was, on the 29th day of April 1863, declared by the Probate Court of Afonroe County, Ohio, probably insolvent. Creditors must present their claims to the undersigned within six months from this date. ARTHUR OKEY, Hon. William F. Hnntr. Hon. James R. Morris. N. Hollister, Kq. Wm. Okey, Esq. 3few Ambrotypes. rHB undersigned has fitted up a room in his own house, whtre he is npw prepar ed to take PICTURES at any time. AMBRO TYPES copied and fitted and put up iu LOCK ETS. D. M. THOMAS, Artist, May 20, 1863. 1863. MARCH 1803 WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER. Window Shades. Window Shades. FIRE-BOARD PRINTS, ETC. Just opened for Spring Trade at J..OKRaCOS No. 106 Main Street,- WHEELING, VA. HAVING bought our stock for Cash before the great advance in Paper we are enabled to offer our Goods at less than New York prices. We have also a very beavy stock of BOOKS AND STATIONERY, CONSISTING IN PART OF illank Hooks, 'SCHOOL BOOKS, Envelopes, Cap, Letter and Note Paper, WRAPPING PAPER, BONNET BOARDS, ETC , ETC All of which will be sold at Wholesale and Retail, VERY LOW FOR CASH. JAS. C, ORR & CO. 106 Main St., Wheeling Va. Sept. 24, 1862 ly. fSoots and Shoes! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! No. 135, Main Street, WHEELING, VA. WE respectfully invite all our friends and the public generally, to call and exam ine our STOCK before purchasing elsewhere. R. PORTER & SONS. May 6, 1863. Administrator's Sale. TY vir JD of rtne of an order of the Probate Court Monroe County, Ohio, the undersigned Janes Pavne, Administrator of the Estate of Aaron Payuu, deceased, will offer for sale the followiug Real Estate, situate in Afonroe County, Ohio, to wit: The undivided one half of the west half of the north east quarter of section twenty, township six, and range six; (except 20 acrea off the south end,) Said real estate will he sold to the highest bidder, at. public anotion, on the premises, be tween the hours of 10 o'clcok a. va., and 4 o'clock p m., ou Saturday, June 20, 1863, Tkkmb or Sale: One-third cash In hand. one-third in 1 year, and one-third in 2 years, with interest en the deferre 1 payments, to be secured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. JAMES PAYNE, Adm'r. May 20. 1863 4w. STRAYED OB STOLEN Btom the subscriber, on or about the 8th inst., a small brindle COW, about 4 jearb old, not giving milk, horns crumpled, white under hr belly. Anj person giv ing me information of her, will be liberally rewarded. II. M. Hkndersuot. WoodBfid, My 27, 1863.--3w. DR. HAD WAT'S PILLS, " If people understood the importance ol purgation with MDWAY'8 Fillip in contradistinction of purging with othei pills or powdere, salts, oils,SeidlitK waters, they would need less physicing, savo tl.u selves from much suffering, and greatl; improve tneir nealtti. am RADWAY S PILLS Abe Perfect Puroativjs.' They are apu rii nt, tonic, laxative, stim ulant, counter-irritant, sudorific, altera tive. They are entirely Vegetable, and the only vegetable substitute tor Calomel, Mercury, Antimony, Blue Pill, in the Arcana of Medicine. As evacuauts, thej are more certain aud thorough than tht Drastic Pills of Aloes, or Croton and Har lem Oil. or Elaterium; aud more soothins and healing than Senna, or liheubarb, or Tamarinds, or Castor Oil. AS ALTERATIVES They exercise a more pewerful iuflu once over the liver, and its secretions than calomel, mercury, blue pill, hence their importance in cases of Liver Complaints and Spleen difficulties. Jaundice; Dyspep sia, Bilous attacks, Head-ache, kc. In the treatment of Fevers, cither Bilious, Yellow, Typhoid, and other reducing fe vers, they are superb to quiuine. Their influence extends over the entire system controlling, strengthening and bracing up tne relaxed and wasting energies, and regulating all the secretions totbe natural performance of their duties, cleaning and purifying the blood and purging from the system all diseased deposits and impure humors. They differ from all purgative pills. Their action is not local, or confined to a portion of the bowels. Drastic Purga tive Pills augment what is called the per istaltic movement of the bowels by irritat ing the coats of the intestines. A large dose of the Drastic Pills will, by irritating the muc ous in mbrunc. pro duce a violent expulsion of the contents in the bowels, but in so oking other se cretions are suspended. In such cases, the stools will be found to be light colored and watery, anf attended with' cramps, griping pains, nausea, aicknc.-s By this increased unnatural action of the bowels; the secretions of the kydneys and pancreas are diminished, followed by affections of the kydneys, blapdcr, urethra, piles, tenesmus, general prostration, costiveness, and indigestion. In active and inflammatory diseases, tbe irritation produced by the Drastic Purga tive Pills will not only increase the dis ease, but induce ulceration; therefore, great caution is required in attacks of in flammation of thebowells, bilious cholic, rheumatism, gout, Ac., in 'the kind of pxlls to take. If RADWAY'S PILLS are taken, a cure will follow. There are n class of chronic disMSAK ri T u , . i: v-. . vuiuuic iviieuiiiausm; uout, Enlargement of the Liver, Spleen Enlargement, dis eases caused by the excessive use of Cal omel, Mercury, Quinine, in which Colchi cum Goiac are prescribed freely. In these diseases, RADWAY'S REGULATING PILLS are far more certain, and the pa tient avoids the danger which an overdose of Colchicum would inflict. In Yellow, Typhoid, and Bilious Fe vers, in Erysipelas, Small Pox, purgation is highly essential; but to administer a dose of Drastic Pills, the irritation they would produce, and the relaxation and depletion mat would follow, would be likely to prove fatal. In these cases, a mild sootbiug and gently stimulating lax ative, that will purge and heal, soothe and strengthen, like Kadwav's rWnlnrin.r Pills, is required. The cause of so manv deaths in these diseases is- owing to the want of a purgative like Radway's Pills, tbat will purge, without depletiiiL'or inter fering with the functions or other secre tions: Not one in a hundred of Yellow and other fever cases would prove fatal if Radway's Pills were adopted in their treatment. Some advocates of Drastic; ITEOation erroneously hold that griping, nausea, sickness, tenesmus, during the operation of their pills, is a favorable sign: if their pills, expelled with the faces the diseased humors left circulating in the svstem there would be but little nain nr m-intaur It is the absence of the bile and other humors, which their imperfect pillfe, fail to purge out of the system, that occasions the pain. By examining the stools evac uated after severe griping, tbey will be found thin and watery. A WW SAL,liNlfi PURGATIVES! Many persons are in the habit of takimr Salts, Seidits Water, Magnesia, &c., to regulate their bowels. This is erroneous. They succeed in obtaining an evacuation of the watery parts only, leaving the cor rupt humors, and tbat is all; but at the expense of the liver, pancreas, kydneys, &c, not one atom of bile orother impuri ties is eliminated irom the blood or serous fluid. If you are dyspeptic, or troubled with heartburn, sour eructions, bead-ncbe, muigesuon, mese aimcuities still remain to torture and vex you. You do not ad vance one step towards a cure: and tbo coutiuued use of these evacuants are apt to accumulate and form concretions in tho stomach. A dose of Radwav's rills. nnri or twice a week, will keep all tbe secre tions m a health v condition, and cum tho worst cases of dyspepsia, indigestion, cos tiveness, &c. iLS-gcntle movement of the bowels is required, take from one to three: if a brisk and thorough purge is desired, take trom lour to six. PRICK 25 CTS. tier Box, containing Thirty Fills. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. RAD WAY & CO. a 67 Maiden Lane. 3- M. KIRKBRIDK, JUDKINa & HALL, Agents. Smpt. 1?, 1862.ly. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES fit ALL K1NDR. Also, Warehouse Trucks. . 0 Letter Presses, &c. FAIRBANKS,; GHEENLEAF, & CO. 172, Lake Street. Chicago. MST Be careful to buy only the gonu-ine.-a B- Sold in Cincinnati by Fmabjjr & Al'BERY. January 7, 1863. Iy. BLANK I I S AND MORTGAGES, FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICK. -So peat-tt Btiea Mima Mr MMT roow and ff have been introduced to th pabUe tot man six years, ana nave aeqaireo an ftir exoeeding any Family Miiirimsa Jftfm similar nature in the market. An appreciating public was not lung km discovering lacy possessed iwmuiuw CjyvyoAvc YOM&rt&M, and hence their n ft ' M and consequent profit to the enabling him to expend "NX of dollars each year in adverttuBg ihafe merits, and publishing the which have been showered upon him frosa The peculiarity of the . k that they strike at the root of V .1 . . . . By erauicacing every parxioie w 'T fcr the life and health of the body anon the nuritv of the blood If the blood is poisoned, the out a miserable existence. These . . fox oaring Bhrofula, Syphilis, Skin pMiNt, Old Sortf, v Salt I(heum,f Jlhurruxtr.mmt9 (Dyspepsia, SiaJt HsadaK Liver Complaint, Fever and Jignts Leuoorrhcoa, Female CbmA Jfirysipelas, St fintiion.y's Firt, humors, Eruptions Hts, Scrofulous Consumption,, eta. OWE person writes, her daaghatr w w w uiuq jciub Hamuli m dance of two years. ANOTHER writes, bis son after his flesh had almost wasted awe The doctors pronounced the Die. ANOTHER was cured of Fever after trying every medicine in kfc ANOTHER was cured ef fever mm which had existed fourteen years. ANOTHER of Rheumatism of sight nm Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia andXiva Complaint could be mentioned in whiah m Purifier and Pills are the most active and thorough pBaa have ever been introduced. They act so directly upon the Liver, eaefcV ing that organ to such an extent as thai aha system does not relapse into Us former essv dition, which is too apt to he the aaw mUh imply a purgative pilL They are really a 1Boou, awA. TjWct eW. which, ia conjunction with the Will cure all the aforemeutioaed and, of themselves, will relieve and Headache, , Costiveness, Oolia (Pains, Cholera, Jtforlata, Indigestion, (Pain It the Qtizziness, eta Try these medicines, aad yea wS regret it. Ask your neighbors, who have aeed and they will say they are and you should try them before geiag tor physician. Get a Pamphlet or Ahnanaa of afr leeat agent, and read the certificates, aad if jam have ever doubted yoa will . ;i Jl AaapronT that (1m Blood Pnr!Ar u4 SMetablc, I havo the sartMcata of tkoM te, ProfaMor Chilton of M. Y.. nd Loch et Bawl Dr. Boback'i SpeeUl NoNcm m4 in a couDpicuDOi part of urn Paper Price of the Scandinavian Vegotabla Blond bht bottle, or $ft per half ilonm. Of Mm fin iS otabl. Stood Pllto, 2S cent par box, or S aaaaa Sir fJL Princtnal Office and flalaaroom. Sd Building; from Main St., OaoinasM, O. m, m. s BHat rani as me. m aaaunvttd straot. FOR SALE BY V'v; ti I-.sb lib 9if Hdi ?asi? oj 0. H. Davenpoit, Wood ffield; Malaga; Christian Bander, Browtofville; Taalam. Alexander & Co., Cameron; Joan W. Banstti StHtrord; Wagou&eld it Co., .lacobsbarg; Tls4eSa oiPoTvell, Jerusalem; Jacob T. klorrfll, Clariaa ton; J. U. & J. P. Thorubury. BllsvtlHK aM by Druggists and nTciuhanta genntalry i uot the buited 5iatet and Canada. Jldkins & Hall, VoodsfieWr X Jan. 3, 18G. ly. H-.p-i ftrfT tJOir?ne4 Tuft fefT'A A aw Sheriff's Sale. Martin L. Bowser, , against Johu W: Wheeler an 1 Jm6i Cox. BY viitueof a writ of venditioni to me directed from the Cottrt of Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will i for sale ai public auction, t the fraaA i of the court-house, in the town of Ws tield, ia said noimty, between the hoars of 10 o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. Jf., oa Stiturdujf) the 0th day af JunlSi, the following described ral edtate aitnata ia said county, to wit: The south half of the north west o.aarter and the north east quarter exowpt the veatk half of the south east u,artwr of tW wettk east quarter, in section thirty-oa towaakif tive and rnugv six, and the north fide ef tho south east quarter of the north oast quarter of section one, township six aad raano4Mvnt containing one bundled ana eightyfvur actes mere or less. Also, tbe west half of the north east quarter except the south east corner, and part of tho east half of the north east quarter Of a-tiu one, township six. and range evn. o o t .iui. one hundred and live aorea, user o le'. Takeu in execution and levird uoOU a tho property John W. Wheeler ;,ad Juiaea Cast, SA the auit of Afaitin L. Bowser. GEO. W. CAR ROTH EFS. for uu whole bowftrn Cobs a st 3 Woodefleld, May -7, iv W, 4w, I May 6. 1863 1 i Li ft Adm'r, :Uay (Sj w -as mtr m