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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1863. MT Democratic State Convention at Columbus, Thursday, June 11th, 1863. List Of the killed nnd wnnnrinrl in Company K, 78th Regiment, O. V. I., in 'the battle of Edwards Depot, Miss. KILLED Enoch Gray. jfFOUNDED John Greenbank, Hiram Reed, Geo. Lumbartes aod Jas. Sutton. WHENRYCISNE, son of Emmanuel Cisne of Perry Township, this County, was instantly killed by being thrown from his horse on Monday evening, the 1st inst. FAIRBANKS' SCALES. In a recent number of the Boston Daily Evening Traveler, is the following report of acaM tried in the Superior Court of that City : "The plaintiffs claimed $90 00 balance due for a platform Seale sold defendant. The defence was, that the Scale was to be equal to sample of Fairbanks' make. He claimed that it was inferior, and there fore demanded a deduction from tbe price. Evidence was introduced to show that the Seale supplied was not of more than half the strength of the Fairbanks' Scale, with which it was to be equal in every respect. Verdict for plaintiffs, 914 60." Fairbanks, Ureenleaf & Co. Y'fchicago, June 10, 1863. Three million pairs of Metal tips are annually applied to the toes of Chil dren's fhoes. It is claimed that one pair will out-wear three without tips, this would snake an annual saving of nearly six mil lion dollars to those that use them, an important item at the present time. An acquaintance who has three children, in forms us that since he commenced buying Metal tipped shoes (one year ago) he has KaVeVlHlie price of new boots lor iiimseh'. Commercial Bulletin . We kuow, from having tried them, that one pair of Metal tipped shoes, for a child, will wear us long as two pairs without the tips. - IRE SOLDIERS CUE HIRING FOR tjtnrrul McClellan at the JUyal Le igut Lekbratiou i.t A"eic York. . From the New York FxprePS. Df.s-pite the mot extraordinary efforts, cd laviah UK of "i'ree tukc(s, and ol n. one of the thousands of returned tolaiers now in this city, only about two hundred men (.tai led from New York city to l'tica. The soldiers, generally, turned up their notes at the whole afiair, and t-cemed to comprehend it all by instinct. Ah route, thti-e 00, it is suid, increased up to 300 soldiers. The Herald's L'tica correspondent says : "The procecsion of soldiers and citizeus was formed about half past eleven, near the railroad depot, the soldier.-,, number ing about 000, in front, Colonel McQuade, who has, after a gallant service of about two years one year as acting Brigadier just returned from the war, in com mand. About a thousand citizens were also in the procession. They marched to Chancellor -"Vju'are, where the ovation was held. The soldiers were, on their arrival there, treated to a sumptuous ieust, pre pared by tbe Indies of L'tica. 'In the mean time meetings were or ganised at three stands. The officers at each stand were principally Seward men; so were most of the speakers. Governor .Seymour was denounced for his Vallt diham letter, and the arrest of the latter gentleman approved. The most bitter speeches were thoe of Wilmot of ludi Mia, oue of the leaders of the Know Nothing movement, and that of Lyman Treioaine. Both were quite bitter. "While the latter was speaking, a com pany of soldiers worked their way into the crowd and begau an incessant cheer ing for McClelUu. Word was sent to Colonel McQuade that the soldiers were trriinr to break up the mectiRsr. lie went immediately to see what the trouble wa ami found that they were che r'. ng for McCJtjHau. He told them that it was very nice to theer for "Little Mae," but com plaints were made that they were bieuking up the meeting. At that they commenced cheering for Colonel McQuade. Similar dflUKMistratiou? were made at the other stands. The cry was raised that they were a lot of drunken soldiers, but with tbe 'exception of two or three, whoever states that utters a base calumny against tle brave soldiers and heroes of many hatd-fourbt battles. . A recess was taken about five o'clock until evening. A lot of soldiers iunue dintely took possession of oneof the stands, and commenced eheerimr tor Mcdfc'lan and praising him as a General; declaring him to be the only man who could lead the Army o) the 1'otomac on to victory; de nouncing. in bitter terms the politicians in Washington, Congress men aud Senators, as opposing McClellan because he was settling the war in a buMircse-like manner, end was interfering in their schemes to make capital out of it. They were espe cially bitter on the radicals in Cougress and she Committee uu the Conduct of the War. . "The remarks of the different soldiers on these points were greeted with great annlanse by their comrades. Some of them declared that many of their com rades were butchered at Fredericksburg the intrigues of tbe politicians, with the Washington political conspirators;" and others would cry, 'Give us McClellan to lead and we will return to the war," "Tbfs demonstration by the soldiers was kept up for nearly an hour in that stule. It, in fact, soemed as though they could not say too much in praise of "Lit tle Mac," or denounce in bitter enough terms the intrigues against him at Wash ington. " I hear of numerous other instance? of soldiers manifesting enthusiasm for M(Mellan. but will mention but. one or roasbeingsignipcant. While-Mr, Bruce s P0akiner at one of the stands, a sol ;r iw an officer's uniform mounted a bar rel and declared this gathering an Aboli tion sell; that he had not heard a word from the speakers, and then commenced cheering for McClellan. The soldiers of the Tenth Regiment rallied around him and joined in the cheers. They kept the matter up for some time, cheering first for McClellan and then Porter. The result was, the crowd around the stand nearly all left, and they were obliged to send for the band, who played the Red, White and Blue" before the audience would return. Their cheers were interspersed with groans for the politicians. Mr. Townsend was also interrupted in a similar way. " During the recess, some of the Zouaves ; fully prepared to enter on the SPRING and waited upon General Nye at the hotel, and SUMMER CAMPAIGN with a beautiful assort told him that the only way to put down I ment of the Latest styles of goods, suitable tU .v.nii;n i ifnui). the head of the army, and that it was his (Nye's) duty to tell those gathered here so. Hundreds of other instances of this kind took place. It, in fact, was McClel lan first, and all the time, with the soldiers.'' The Abolition journals, in substance, confirm this. THE CMOX FOREVER. MARRIED On the 4th inst,, by Rev. J. A. Walters, Mr. John Alexander and Miss Margaret A. Groadhaus, all of Monroe County, Ohio. Proceedings of the Democratic Central Committee, At a meeting of the Democratic Central Committee of Monroe Connty held in Woods field, on the 19th day of Afay 1863, the Com mittee was called to order by Edward Salis bury, Chairman, and on motion Doct. J. Way was appointed Bnoretary. On Motion it was resolved, that a Conven tion of the Democracy be held, on the dele gate system, on the 4th day of July, next, in each of the several townships of the County- Resolved, That each township appoint three delegates, to meet at the Court House in Woods tie hi on the 6th day of July at 1 o'clock, P, M-for the purpose ef nominating a Couuty Ticket. The following persons were appointed del egates to the Democratic State Convention to be held on the 11th day of June, next : John rf. Way, Doet. J. D. O'Connor, Ja. R. Mor is Michael Hoeffler, Doot. W. T. Sinclair, Ki el He.td1ey,(Jeo, S. Algeo, Thomas Martin, John B. Noll, John W. Wheeler, H. T. Mitchell, Robert Jrrin. Win. Hobaueh, John A. Link ard, Jacob N. Mitchell, James Messrrly, . P. Springs, Geo. Pogjrenburg, Thos. Armstrong, Jacob Tchappat, John Beard mo re, James Dougherty and J. Way. Thereupon the Committee adjourned. EDWARD SALISBURY, Chairman, J. Wat, Secretary. (fcg Candidates wishing their names insert ed, will please remember that the cash, ($1) must invariably accompany the order. We are authorized to annonnce DR. W. T. SINCLAIR, as a Candidate for Probate Judge, subject to the deoibion of the Democratic County Convention. We are authorized to annonnoe JOHN P. SPRIGGS, Of Seneca township, as a Candidate for Pro bate Judge, subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. 1. 1ST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Woodsfield, Ohio, June 8th 1863, B Rjbert Ben nett, John Brown. C Thos, Clark, John Cochian. E Hon. K. E Evans f Tho.'jas W. F. Fletcher, Westley Furnasoe 2. O Beujnmiu J. Griffith, Henry Henthorn. M Miss Rebecca McMiuamau. P Auiida Province. K Joseph Kella. R John Rom any. 'Jenry (HUM, Mrs. KhzaJaue Smith. W James Whittan. Y -Jesse Yost. Persons calling for the atove letters will please say they are advertised. II. Fleming, P. M. N O T 1CE - IS hereby given, that sealed proposals will be received at the Auditor's Office, Afonroe county, Ohio, until the First Monday in September next, for furnishing 1200 bushels of good Coal for the use of court-house and Connty offices, to 1 e delivered by the first day of October next. By order df the Commissioners. ft. HOEFFLER, Auditor, t. C. O. June 10, 1863. Administrators Pale JVOTIGK is hereby given that the un- w dersigned as Administrator of the Estate of John Sehafroth, deceased, will offer fjr sale at public auction, on the premises, On Saturday, the 11th day of July, 1303; between the hours uf 10 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock p. ro., on said day, the following de scribed real estate, situate in Afonroe county, Ohio, to wit Beginning at the son'.h west eornef ef tbe north west quarter of aeotiou twenty-nine, township one and rang three, thence east one hnndred and sixty rods to the sonlh east corner of said quarter section, thence north one hundred and eighty rods to the left fork of Barnes' run, theuee up s .id run with the meauderings thereof to the section line, thence south thirty-eight rod to the place of beginning:, containing sixty acres, more or less, and being all that part of said quarter section lying south of the left fork of Barnes' run. Terms One-third cash in baud, one third in one year, and one-third in two years, with interest on the deferred payments, to be se cured to the satisfaction of the undersigned. JOHN MUHLEMANN, Adnt'r. of John jSchairoth, deceased. Jane 10, lb 63. Road Notice. Notice is hereby given at there will be s petition presented to the Commisrioners of Monroe County, Ohio, at their next annual meeting, praying for a review on the county road running up and down the Fortses' Fork of Wills Creek, commencing at the forks of the road near John B. Foster' house, on the laudi of John Kent, thence to run up the creek bank through the land of John Kent, t hence through the lands of J. E. Meohem to intersect said road at James M. Mechem's stable. Many Petitioners. Juu 10, 1863 4w. School Examiner's Notice, To Teachers. A meeting for tbe ex amination of Teacbers will be held at tbe 11NION SCHOOL-HOUSE, in Woods field, ut 9 o'clock in the forenoon, on SA TURPA V, JUNE 27, 1863. By order of the Hoard. JAMES O. A MOP, Clerk. GREAT REDUCTION JN PRICES! AT S. 1. HOONBYS. HE has jnst returned from the Eastern market with his second stock, and is now i lor i lie SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE. He solicits the Ladies and Gentlemen of " Old Monroe" 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 js full and complete, comprising a beautiful line of Ladies Dress Lawns, Poplins, Berges, Tis sues, and other FASHIONABLE AND SEASONABLE DRESS GOODS FOR THE ' LADIES- Barrel Flannels, Glasgow Ginghams, Merri mack, Cocheco, Sprague, Duunel, Conestoga, American, Hamilton City and Exeter PRINTS! London Mourning Prints. We have also a small lot of those beautilu1 BALMORAL SKIRTS, which are so universally worn by the Ladies in the Cities. Also, El SKIRTS. of all sizes, qualities and prices. Spring and Summer FlOWerS, I ' ' ) RONNETS, Ribbons, Shawls, Bay State, Long Shawls, Mourning Shawls and Piaid Shawls. HOSIERY- Silk, Cotton, Lisle Thread and Lambs' Wool. Black and Colored. Ladie-' Gauntlets, Cotton and Kid Gloves, all colors. Ciiife & Collars, ALSO, ON HAND A STOCK OF Cloths, Cassimeres and Sattinetta, RED, WHITE, BLUE & GREY FLANNELS. NET SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. READY clot; MADE IS! Black French Cloth, Black and Fancy French Cassimere, Sattinetts, Jeans, Farmers and Afecbanics Cassimere, Cottonades, &c., &o. CIjOTH13fG made to order on the shortest notice, and in the best style of WORKMANSHIP. MEN AND BOYS PALM, STRAW, WOOL AND FUR HATS. Men and Boys Caps. Ladies, Misses, Chil dren, Men aud Boys bhoes, Congress lace Gaiters. Groceries, HARDWARE, QUEEN SWA R E &c, &c. All of which he offers at greatly reduced price for CASH OR PRODUCE. The .highest Mar- ket price paid in CASH for WOOL. S. L. MQ0UEY. Woodafteld, May 27, 1863 3m. A A ORDIXAXtE. The following Ordinance was passed .April 27 th, 1863: Bg it Ordaiubd bt thk Council or thb la COBroRATBD VlLLAOB OF WoODSFIBMI, That it shall be nnlawful for auy person, except the Street Commissioner, to take or carry away any of the soil or ground in any Street or Alley within the Incorporated Village of Woodsfield, without the consent of the owner or owners of lots or land adjoining snch Street or Alley, and slso the consent of the Street Commissioner. That any person violating this Ordinance shall be fined in any mm not exceeding ten dollars. That this Ordinance be published in the "Spirit of Democracy ." 8. GRIMSHAW, Mayor. J. ft. Statvrr, Becorder. Woodeiield, May 27, lS63,--w, HOOP JAMES W. WALTON, 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 OFFICES at Washington City; aud being familiar with the methods of conducting business before the Executive Departments, possesses superior facilities for securing the most PROMPT and FAVORABLE aetion upon all cla'.raa placed iu his hands for collection. He will give special attention to the prosecution of claims for BACK-PAY, $100 BOUNTY ; BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS, INVALID PHNSICMS, TO WIDOWS, CHILDREN, MOTHERS AND SISTERS. Also claims for Marines, Flotilla-men, Officers, Pilots, Engineers, Sailors and orews upon the Gun-boats; of Contractors, Patentees, Post-Masters; aud all other claims against, and business with the General Government. Bag 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. " " " John Robb, Esq., Chief Clerk of Pensions. Hon. R. J. Atkinson, 3rd And. of Treasury. October 8, 1S62 6m. Sheriff s Sale. John Winlaud, against Silas Jackson and Robert Jackson. , BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Afonroe County, 0., I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court honse, in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, between the hours of ten o clock a. m., and four o'clock p. m., on Saturday, the 11th day of. July, 1863, the following real estate, situate in said coun ty, to wit: The north west quarter of section twentv, townshin four, ranse five. Also the south west quarter of the north west quarter of 1 section twenty-one, township four and range five. Also forty-five acres beginning for the same at the south east corner of the north east quarter of section twenty seven, township lour and range live, running thence north nighty rods, thence west ninety rods, thence east ninety rods to the place of beginning. Taken in execution and levied upon as the property of Silas Jackson and Robert Jack son, at the suit of John Winland. GEO. W. CARROTHERS, Sheriff, M. C. O. June 10, 18G3. Sheriff's Sale. Sidney Sturgeon and others, against Elizabeth Sturgeon. RY vtflnu nf a writ nf vnt i tinni Axnnnaa to mm directed from the court of common pleasof Mr - i iii -jr.- l . LIS- juunroe county, u., i win ouer lur saie uuue auction, at the ii out door of the court-hcuse, ia the town of Woodsfield, in said county, between the hours of teu o'clock, a. m. and 4 o'clock, p. in., on Siturday. tlf,e 11th day of July, 1863, the following described real estate, situate in said county, to wit : Tb north west quarter of the north east quarter of section twenty-one, township three aud three, containing forty acres, more or less. Taken in execution and levied upon as the property of Elizabeth Sturgeon, at the suit of Sidvey -Sturgeon and others. GEO. W. CARROTHERS, Sheriff, M. C. O. June 10, 18U3. Sheriff's Sale. W. Darby and wife, against Wm. Hudson and others. BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Mon roe County O.. I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house, in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, be tween the hours of ten o'clock a. m., and four o'clock p. m., on Saturday, the llth day of July, 18G3, the following described real estate, situate in said county, to wit: Seventy-five acres of land in th south east coiner of south the west quarter of section six township five and range five. Also, Town Lots numbem one, two and three, in Bealls addition to the Town of Bealls ville, all in Monree County, Ohio. Taken in execution and levied upon as the property of William Hudson and others, at the suit of W, Darbv aud wife. GEO. W. CARROTHERS, Sheriff, M. C. O. June 10, 1863. Administrator's Sale. K OTICE is hereby given that the un dersigned Administrator of the Es tate of Gabriel Btarkey, deceased, Will offer for sale at public auction, on the premise, On Saturday, the llth day of July 1863i between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., en said day, the following premises, situate in Mouroe County, Ohio, to wit: The north east quarter of the sonth west quarter of section thirteen, township six and range six, containing forty acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE One-third oash in hand, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years, with interest ou the deferred payments, to be secured to the satisfaction of the un dersigned. JOHN J. BQOER, Adm'r.of Oabriel Starke y, deceased. Jnne 10, 1863. Claim Agency. The subscriber has formed a partnership with Asdkews, Vansicklb and McCot, of Co lumbus, for the prosecution of all military claims whatever, such as back pay, Bounty Pensions, 4c. , &c. The long experience and extensive practice of this Fikm will it is hoped secure nnblio confidence. The subscriber will attend at his office ou Af ain Street, Woodsfield, nearly opposite Dr. Smith's. KDVVAitlJ AitUHHULU, Feb. 4 1863 8mo. Att'y at Law. Sarah Johnson's Estate, Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned was. on tbe 27th day of May, 1863, appointed by the Trobate Cuurtof Moiroe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of Sarah Johnson, deceased. KZRA JOHNSON, June 3. 1863. 3w. pd. Admr. Daniel Fankhauser Srs. Estate. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned was, on the 21st day of May, 1863, by the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, ap pointed Administrator of the Estate or Daniel Fankhauset, senior, deceased. DANIEL FANKHAUSBR, &mV. June 3, 18S3 3w. Hon. William F. Hnnter. Hon. James It. Morris. N. Hollister, Esq. Wm. Okey, Baq. Xew Anibrotypes. rHB undersigned has fitted up a room is his own house, win re he is now prepar ed to take PICTURES at any time. AMBRO TYPE3 copied and fitted and put up in LOCK ETS. D. M. THOMAS, Artist. May 20, 163. K MARCH 1863. WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER. Window Shades, Window Shades. FIRE-BOARD PRINTS, ETC. Just opened for Spring Trade at J.&OERaCO'S 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 heavy stock of " BOOKS AND STATIONERY, CONSISTING IN PART Of Blank Hooks, E SCHOOL BOOKS, Envelopes, Cap, i;;; sfit'f s.t? ' (.' -Ut ' .1 tl IS? fjfrvt 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 k CO, 106 Main St., Wheeling Va. Sept. 24, 1862. ly. Boots and Shoes! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! No. 135, Main Street, WHEELING, VA. XTTB respectfully invite all our friends and W the public generallr, to call and exam ine onr STOCK before purchasing elsewhere. R. PORTER & SONS. May 6, 1863. Administrator's Sale. T) Y virtue of an order of the Probate Court JL) of Monroe County, Ohio, the undersigned James Payne, Administrator ef the Estate of Aaron Payne, deceased, will offer for sale the following Real Estate, situate in .Monroe County, Ohio, to wit! The undivided one half of the weat half of the north east quarter of section twenty, township six, and range six; (except 20 acres off the south end,) Said real estate will ha sold to the highest bidder, at public anotion, on the premises, be tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'olock p. m., on Saturday, June 20, 1863, Tebhs or Salk: One-third oash in hand, one-third in 1 year, and one-third In 2 years, with interest en the deferred payments, to be seonred to the satisfaction of the undersigned. JAMBS PAYNE, Adm'r. May 20. 1863. 4w. STRAYED OB STOLE From the subscriber, on or abont the 8th inst., a small brindle COW, abont 4 years old, not giving milk, horns crumpled, white under her belly. Any person giv ing me information of her, will be liberally rewarded. H. M. Hbndseshot, I Woodttteld, ay Jfi, ltwa. 3w. iJi. it AD WAY'S PILLS, If people understood the importance ol purgation with RADWAY'S PILLS, in contradistinction of purging with othei pills or powders, salts, oils,SeidIitz waters they would need less physicing, save tlieja selves frqui much suffering, and greatly improve their health. RADWAY'S PILLS Aei Pebfbct Purgatives. They arc aperient, tonic, laxative, stim ulant, counter-irritant, sudorific, altera tive. They are entirely Vegetable, anr the only vegetable substitute lor Calomei. Mercury, Antimony, Blue Pill, in the Arcana of Medicine, As evacuants, thev are more certain and thorough than th Drastic Pills of AloesT or Croton and Har lem Oil. or Elatcriuhx: and more soothini and healing thai Senna, or Rheubarb, oi lamarinds, or (Jastor Oil. AS ALTERATIVES They exercise a more pewerful influ ence over the liver, and its secretions than calomel, mercury, blue pill, hence their importance in cases of Liver Complaints and spleen uimculties. Jaundice. Hvsnen. sia, Bilous attacks, Head-ache, &c. In the treatment of Fevers, either Bilious. Yellow, Typhoid, and other reduciner fe vers, they are superb to quinine. Their mnuence extends over the entire system, controlling, strengthening and bracing up me reiaxeu ana wasting energies, and regulating all the secretions to the natural performance of their duties, cleaning and purifying the-blpod and purging from the system ail aiseased depositsand impure bamors. They differ from all Durcrative cilia. 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 ine coats ol tne intestines. A large dose of the Drastic Pills will by irritating the muc ous m mbrane. pro duce a violent expulsion of the contents in the bowels, but in so doing other se cretions are suspended. 'In such cases the stools will be found to be light- colored and waterv. and ntr-nVrl . 4 i - with cramps, en nine naina. nnnspn aicknes. By this increased unnatural action of the bowels, the secretions of the Kydneys and pancreas are diminished followed by affections of the kydncvsi hlanri-nrefhra. piles tenesmus, generaj prostration, cosh veness, and indigestion. In active and inflammatory diseases, the 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, &c, in the kind oi pills to take. If RADWAY'S PILLS are taken, a euro will follow. There are a class of chronic diseases. Chronic Rheumatism; Gout, Enlargement of the Liver, Spleen Enlareement. dis eases caused by the excessive use of Cal omel, Mercury, Ouinine, in which Colchi- cum Goiac are prescribed freely. In these diaoncoa BiAQIAVtfl UDC ITT mT-v-,, m p .i i j i j. t nriU I.JAjA IVi U 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 that would follow, would he likely to prove fatal. In these cases, a mild soothiug and gently stimnlatine lax ative, that will purge and heal, soothe and strengthen, like Radway's Regulating Pills, is required. The cause of so nianv deaths in these diseases is owing to the want of a purgative like Radway's Pills, that will purge, without depleting or inter fering with the functions or other secre tions: Not one in a hundred of Yellow and other fever cases would prove fatal :r l.. J i:n . . . . . . h ..au way & rms were adopted in their treatment. Some advocates of Drastic Porgation erroneously hold that griping, nausea, sicKness, tenesmus, during the operation of their pills, is a favorable sigh: if their pills, expelled with the faces the diseased humors left circulating in the system, there would be but little pain or griping. It is the absence of the bile and ether humors, which their imperfect pills, fail to purge out of the system, that occasions the pain. By examining the stools evac uated after severe griping, they will be found thin and watery. AVOID SALINE PURGATIVES I Many persons are in the habit of takine- Salts, Seiditz Water, Magnesia, &c, to regulate tneir bowels. This is erroneous. They succeed in obtaining an evacuation of the watery parts only, leaving the eor rupt humors, and that is all; but at the expense of the liver, pancreas, kydneys, &c, not one atom of bile or other impuri ties is eliminated from the blood or serous fluid. If you are dyspeptic, or troubled with heartburn, sour ernctions, head-ache, indigestion, these difficulties still remain to torture and vex you. You do not ad vance one step towards a cure; and the continued use of these evacunnts are apt to accumulate and form concretions in the stomach. A dose of Radway's Pilrs, ence or twice a week, will keep alf the secre tions in a healthy condition, and cure the worst cases of dyspepsia, indigestion, cos ttvenj "itil f. SM'i If a gentle movement of the bowels is required, take from one to three; if a brisk and thorough purge is desired, take from four to six. PRICE 25 CTS. per Box, containing Thirty Pille. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. RADWAY & CO. 87 Maiden Lane. J M. KIRKBRIDB, JUDKINa & HALL, Agents. awpv tl, Iez. Ajt if in- i-:m - .. - FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES OT ALL KINDS. Also, Warehouse Trucks, .Letter Presses, cc, FAIRBANKS,; GREENLEAF, & CO 172, Lake Street, Chioago. Be careful to bny onlj the genu me. Bold in Cincinnati by Fkaber k AUBEBT January 7, 1863. Iy. BLANK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICK. ! fssUs Wet Mnits m prim, ' ' , Itr tk U Uwiku Owtinst is mm" - j CLTlcL "B1a001 V vIaTLaS have been introduced to the public for it Mi than six yean, and have acquired an for exeeeding any Family Medicines f ft similar nature ia the market. An appreciating public was not long ha discovering they possessed remarkable .1 Mid hence their and consequent profit to the Proprietor, enabling him to expend ef dollars eaeh year ia advertising their rite, aou puoiisoing cite whioh have been showered upon him from The peculiarity ef the is that they strike at the root of Disease. by eradicating every particle of impurity for the life and health ef the body depeaeW upon the purity of the blood. If the blood hi poisoned, the body drag out a miserable existence. These medieine for curing Bsrqfulet, Hyphili, Bkin. (piseaeee, Old Scrim, Bolt JfMum, tfhcwnat'.mm, (Dyspepsia, SioJc HsaiacHe, Liver Complaint, Fevtr and j0gm Lexccorrhoea., i-Wrval CompiaintUg JVryeipelas , Bt jUnthoix'a rm, Tumors, Eruptions Fits, Scrofulous Consumption, etev ' i r i i i 0HE person writes, her daughter wot euced of fits of nine years-' standing, and St Vitas' dance of two yearn AJSOiUXA writes, nia eon vh after his flesh had almost wasted away t WAfn 19 is n a. The doctors pronounced the ease bit AH OTHER waa cured of Fever and Agmst after trying every medicine in hie reach. ANOTHER was cured ef Fever 80s Which had existed fourteen yoara. ANOTHER of Rheumatism of eight y ease, Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint could he mentioned in whieh the Purifier and Fill To& VvV are the most active and thorough pills thai have ever been introduced. They aet so directly upon the Liver, excis ing that organ to such an extent as that the system does not relapse into its former eon eition, which is too apt to he the ease wish imply a purgative pill They are really a "SAooA. axA TAwr VvW, which, ia conj anotion with the "BVoodV VuVvver, will cure all the aforementioned aud, of themselves, will relieve and rare Headazhe, Costiventss, Oolio Paina, Cholera JWoriue, Indigestion, (Pain in the ffn (Dizziness, ete Try these medibiaes, and yew w3 ferret it. Ask your neighbors, who hare need ftad they will say they are and yon should try them before going for nhvsician. Get a Pamphlet or Almanac of anr agent, and read the certificates, aad if have ever doubted you will " 5o3a tvo move A a proof that th Blood Furlftjr and PB as 1 tfjtaDla, 1 hare the crt!ncats ef tOM tmrnm Ma, Professors Cfatttoa of N. T., and Lock art A Dr. Kooaak'i Special " Ifi n ml "iiillfl it ) la a iojcom part of tak Paper Crvat Ua Price of the Soaodiacrta TeawtaM Bteod P-tSar. aft aw Dome, or so ptr iulu aoasa. UT Mm SoodiaaTiaa Veaw wm moon rum. m Blood Pith, 5 cent per box, or kesee fur ft. olpl Office and Salesroom, He. 6 Bast PewShSa Lildlng from Mara St., CBaai, a I it nejSB. rriBoip Sd Bulldl ft. W Basassvad Street. evaa streei. FOR SALE BY O. H. Dsyeiiport, Woods field; H. C. KotteWw Malnga: Christian gander, BTownrvtlle; Vanlaw, Alexander & Co., Cameron; John W. Baraiit, Stafford; Wagon field & Co., Jacohnhnrg: Tipte oiPowell, Jerusalem; Jacor T. Morrill. Clariaa ton; J. H. & I. F. Thorihory. 'PeallsTjlle; a by Drugeists and Merchants generally throngs not the United States and Canada. JrDKiNB & Hall, Woodsfield, O. Jan. 3, 1363. ly. ." iii'-A Sheriff's Sale. Martfn L. Bowser, against Jehn W. Wheeler and James Cox. BY virtue of a writ ef venditievi expouaft to me directed from the dart of Common Pleas of afonroe Connty, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at public aeration, at the front door of the conrt-hoase, in the tewn of Woods field, iu said eouaty, between the hoars ef 1 o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock 1. Af., Cm Saturday, the 6& day of June, 1863, the followtug described real estate, situate ia said eoquty, te witi ; .y 'gafcyaib ' tfteaa ... u The sonth half of the north west quarter and the north east quarter except the sonth half of tbe sonth east quarter of the north east quarter, in section thirty-one, townshin1 five and range six, and tbe north side of tbe south east quarter of tbe north east quarter of section one, township six and range seven, containing oue houdted and eighty-four aerM, more or less. Also, the west half ef tbe north ea! qttsr'ef except the south east corner, and pfttt ol th east half of the north east qit-1f-r f "rQtj i one, township six. aad rarta vi e t -v one hundred and five ner u- h , Taken in execution and S-viml nyitn mt th property John W. Whrrli-t and I. ues Cox, at the suit ef Afarliti L. Uommr GEO. W. CAr.IioTMKRf, titter?.. 31. C. 0. Slur C, 1 . J .