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-T . B THE SPIRIT UF UEMUUnAUi. 'J Jfamilg jtetosfaj!tr-tb0teli to IMitirs, Jfflreip aav Domestic $Utos, literature, rts ana Sciences, Mate Agriculture, parkeis, Amusement fa VOLUME XX. WOODSFIELD, MONROE COUNTY. OHIO. JULY 29. 1863. NUMBER 21. THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY WILLIAMS 4 WEST Proprietors. JOHN 8. WAT Editor. WOOD 3 FI ELD, JULY 89, 1863. " A union of hearts, a anion of hands, A union that none may sever ; A union of lakes, a union of lands, The American Union forever." Democratic Platform. "THE UNION AS IT WAS, AND THE CONSTITUTION AS IT IS!" " I hold that this Govci nment was made en the WHITE BASIS, by WHITE MEN, for the benefit of WHITE MEN, and thei POSTERITY forever." Ste phen A. Douglas. Democratic State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR. L. VALLANDIGHAM, . Of Montgomery Count. LIKUTBNANT-GOVKJtNOR, GEOBQEE. PUGH, Of Hamilton Coma. AUDITOR OF STATE, WILLIAM HUBBARD, Of Logan County. TREASURER OF STATE, HORACE A. KM AFP, Of Ashland County. BUPRKMR JUDGE, P. YAK TRUMP, Or Fairfield County. BOARD OF iUBLIC WORKS, JOHM H. HEATOar, s Or Belmont County. mst- ii The atone which the builders re a Uwnc the head stone of the .' I'talm CXVIII, EX Democratic County Ticket. REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN KEYSER, PBOEATE JUDGE, W. T. SINCLAIR SHERIFF, GEO. W. CARROTHER8, PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, JAS. O. AMOS, TSJBASURER, WILLIAM READ, COMMISSIONER, WH. F. BOOTH, CORONER, M. FAGEBT, JlNFIRMARY DIRECTOR, JOSEPH MOOSE. John Morgan HU Bald. Although tolerably good-utarud, we felt very much like cutting, when we, in oommon with the balance of our fellow citizens, were compelled to shovel dirt on Mr. Cutler's farm in Washington County to make rifle pits to impede the progress of John and his men. In addition to the inconvenience of going through the spade and pick exercise while the thermometer stood at 94 in the shade, the Spirit Office had to be closed and we can get out with difficulty but a half sheet this week again. We hope that our readers will lay the blame to Morgan or Gov. Tod, who with his usual ability issued a proelamation calling all the Militia ef Southern Ohio into the tented field; and wbieh, as the eoqual will truly show turned out to bo a pretty extensive "elephant. t John Rot-gaii Captured. John Morgan's whole force surrendered, after several hours of hard fighting, at Selena. Columbiana County, Ohio. We have no particulars. This raid or ride has eclipsed all the Csvslry Excursions from the days of John Gelpin to the present tha. iQu Hon. James R. Morris, who de feated Mr. Cutler of Washington County for Congress, was compelled to assist in digging a ditch aoross Mr. Cutler's farm, by ardor of Got. Tod. Sich is life! &a5 Twenty-nine companies of the tin eup-and-blankct militia reported them selves at Marietta in obedience to the proclamation of the Governor. There were three regiments under the command ef Colonels J no. A. Davenport, James R. Morris and Joshua Way Jr. The Militia of Monroe are always on hand when needed. The Militia for Vallandig ham and Democracy. The Militia are for Vallandigham and Democracy. Company after company came into this city, all "hurraing" for Val. Camp Chase presents the appear ance of one vast Democratic Mass Meet ing. The Democracy have it all their own way. Hundreds of the Milita who came here under Gov. Tod's call, as Re publicans, are returning home shouting for Vallandigham. The State House presented a grand appearance on Wednes day night. It was full of Vallandttg hamers, who had come up here in obedi ence to the Governor's call. They kept up such hallooing for the Democratic can didate for Governor as waked up the echoes all about Capitol Square. It has been a good thing to be among the Militia this week, in the city and at Camp Chase, and hear their sensible remarks and free criticism of the "War Policy" of Gov ernor lod and the Abolition party. nrough men nave been tew and far be tween. The Governor's proclamation has worked like a charm. Ohio Statesman. Prom Charleston. New York, Jury 25. The Herald says: The U. S. steamer Circassian arrived at Fortress Monroe on the 21th inst., from Charleston 19th. A general engagement was just commencing as she left. Gen. Glimore had erected a masked battery in the woods quite near fort Wagner, and expressed no doubt but the attack by him self and Admiral Dahlgren would prove successful. As the early morning shad ows disappeared, the attack begun, and a perfect shower of shot and shell was poured into Fort Wagner. The Circas sian's orders were imperative, and she could not stay until the termination of the due's fighting. J - . From General Urant. Washington, July 22. The follow ng has been received here. To Gen. Balkck: Vicksburg, July 18. Johnston evacuated Jackson on the 16th and he is now in full retreat. Sher man says the most of Johnston's men must perish from heat, lack of water, and general discouragement. The army parol ed here has to a great extent deserted and are scattered through the country. Gen eral Ransom, who was sent to Natchez, captured a number of prisoners and 5, 000 head of Texas cattle. In Louisiana tbey captured more prisoners and a num ber of teams loaded with ammunition. Over 20,000,000 rounds of ammunition were brought back to Natchez, and also destroyed 268,000 rounds of artillery am munition. Signed. U. S. Grant, Maj. Gen l. Lee's Army near Winchester. New York, July 23. A Times special dispatch, dated Washington, July 22, says the Republican contains the following: From the best information aft hand it appears that Lee's army is in Winchester, or near that point. Uur own army eccu pies such a position that he cannot get to Richmond without fighting. (n The rebel general is either holdidg his position to gather the crops in the Valley, or, with the aid of such reinforcements as he may have obtained, to give another bat. tie or series of battles to the army of the Potobac. Our army is ready to fight him, anxious indeed, rather than return to another cam paign in these districts of Virginia, which have been so thoroughly devastated by war. We may expect stirring news from Gen. Meade and his army soon. Rosecrants's Army again in Motion. Hew York, July 22. A letter from Rosecrans's army of July 14th, reports the army again in motion. The enemy s rear had been shelled but no ngtitmg naa oc curred. Our cavalry was off on an expe dition. The enemy appear excited, and threw awav laree Quantities of arms, am- munition , clothing, etc., as they retreated. The rebel force is estimated at loriy-uve thousand infantry and three thousand hve hundred cavalry. DRAFT IN NEW YORK. Wabhimotoit, July 19. Wa. Whit ing, Solicitor aaya that the draft in New York is delayed only while tne moo is being quelled, and that the enrollment act will be enforced without fear or favor in every leyal State. The Morgan Raid. Parkersbukg, July 19. To Gov. A I. BoRKMAJf Three hundred of Morgan's men were eejtured near Buffingtoa. Col. Dick Morgan is one of them. There is no doubt but Morgan's whole command will be captured, (.signed.) J. B. Blair. The Draft la New York. New York, July 22. The Herald's special from Washington says: All efforts to induce the Government to suspend or avert the draft in Mew York are unavail ing. The. conduct of tbe rioters there has rendered it, in the estimation of the au tberities, imperatively necessary, the draft shall be enforced. If, however, the quota should be filled by volunteers, there would he ao other circumstances can or will the draft be dispensed with. The Democratic Meeting advertised to come off on the 25th, at Baresville, was postponed on account of the raid. Morgan JKoriran Across the nits- kingum. ' Cincinnati, July 23. Morgan crossed the Muskingum river at Eaglesport, 10 miles below Zanesville, at 10 o'clock this morning. Scouts report his force 1,000 strong and 3 pieces of artillery. Col. Le mert, ot the 86th Ohio, sent bis regiment and a large number of militia after him. Col. Chandler, pl'Zauesville, und 25 cit izen scouts were we captured at Deaver town last night. The latest news from Eaglesport is that the 86th, under Lieut. Col. McFarland, are fighting, the rebels driving them up the river towards Zanesville. This is not entirely reliable. Business is suspended in Zanesville, and the citizen." arc turning out en masse to resist Morgan's progress. Morris Island. New York, July 18. Advices from the Fulton state that the result of Gil more's operations up to the morning of the 14th, are: He has possession of nil the batteries on Morris Island save Ft. Wagner. It is re futed that our iron clads had made a breach on the south wall of Sumter. On the 13th 153 wounded rebels were brought into Folly Island; many of them stating that they were forced into the rebel service, they are Germans and will be sent North. Other advices per the Fulton are mere ly corroborative of the Boston Herald's reporter's account. ATTENTION COAL DEALERS! You are requested to meet at the Court House in Woodsfield on the first day of August, next, fer the purpose of fixing the price of coal. 3w. Cincinnati, July 23. Three steam boat loads of Morgan's men crrived here this morning. DRAFT IN AUBURN. Aubuhn, N. Y., July 23. The draft for the city of Auburn, and 19 districts in the county of Cayuga, took place in the city to day. The best order was observed. and the best spirit was manifested. LET EVERY FREEMAN'S MOTTO BE, "VALLANDIGHAM AND LIB ERTY." LOST Between F. A. Lampings and Grays- ville, a Black over-coat and a discharge paper from the U. S. Service. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leav 'ng them at the Spirit Office. NOTICE. Whereas my wife Susana Bolden, has on the 11th day ef July 1863, left my bed and board, without any just cause or provieation, I therefore forbid any person or persons, trusting her on my account or in mv name as I am determined not to pay nay debts of her contracting. JAMES BOLDEN. 3w. pd. V. S. Assessor's Hatlee. OFFICE OF U. S. ASSESSOR, 15th District of Ohio. Mabiktta, O. July 22 1863. Notice is hereby given, that the second annual assessment, under the Excise Law of the United States, having beeu com pleted in this District, the list containing the assessment in Monroe county, will remain open for examination at the House of James H. Ray Esq., assistant assessor at Clarington in said county, for the space of fifteen days from the date of this notice, after which on the 11th day of August at same place appeals will be received and determined by me, relative to any errone ous or excessive valuations or enumera tions, that may have been made in said county. 1. K. WATJGKS, U. S. Assessor, 15th District of Ohio. Sheriffs Sale. George M. Wood bridge, - sgainst William J. Tidd. BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directed from the Court ef Common Pleas of Monroe Comity, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, at th front door of the court house, in the town of Woods field, in said county, between the hoars of 10 o'clock A. II., and 4 o'clock P. Af., on Saturday the 8th day of Aagust, 1863. the following described real estate, situate In said county, to wit: The south west quarter of tbe north west quarter of section three, township four, range four; containing 40 acres more or less. Taken in execution and levied upon as the property of William J. Tidd, at the suit ef George M. Woodbridge. GEO. W. CARROTHKK 5, Sheriff, M. C. O. Jaly 8, 1863. Notice in Attachment. Charles Fox, Plaintiff, against Robert Folger, Defendant. DEFORM John J Egger, J. P., of Malaga Township, Monroe County, Ohio, en the 9th day of June 1863, said justice issued an order of Attachment in the above action, for the sum of eight dollars and 78 oents debt, aad about ton dollars coats. CHARLES POX Defendant. June 24, 1883 4w. pd. GREAT REDUCTION IN I'll I CUM! AT S. L. M001YI HE has just returned from the Eastern market with his second stock, and is now tally prepared to eater on the SPRlNli and SUMMER CAMPAIGN with a beautiful assort ment of the Latest styles of goods, suitable or the SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE. He solicits the Ladies and Oenth men of 'Old Monroe" to volunteer and examine his stock which has been purchased at the late reduced prices for CASH, 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 GOODS, Lawns, Poplins, Berrjres, Tis sues, and other FASHIONABLE AND SEASONABLE DBE8S GOCT8 KB IE LADIES- Barrel 'Flannel, Glasgow Ginghams, Merri mack, Cooheco, Sprague, Dunnel, Couestoga, American, Hamilton City and Exeter PRINTS! London Mourning Prints. We have also a small lot of those beantifu BALMORAL SKIRTS, which are so universally worn by the Ladies in the Cities. Also, OOP! SKIRTS, of all sizes, qualities and prices. Spring and Summer Flowers, BONNETS, Ribbons, Shawls, Bay Bute, 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 colors. Cuff's & Collars, ALSO, ON HAND A STOCK OF Cloths, Cassimeres and Sattinetts, RED, WHITK, BLUB & GREY FLANNELS. NET SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. READY - MADE CLOTHING! Black French Cloth, Black and Fancy French Cassimere, Sattinetts, Jeans, Farmers and .Mechanics Cassimere, CottonadeS, &c, &c. CsLOTHllVCr made to order on the shortest notice, and in the best style of nrADvu k uoittd WORKMANSHIP MEN AND BOYS PALM, STRAW, WOOL AND FUR HATS Men and Boys Caps. Ladies, Misses, Chil dren s, Afen aud Boys Shoes, Congress lace Gaiters. Groceries, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE ho., &c. AU of which he offers at greatly reduced prices for CASH OB PBODVCE. The highest Mar ket price paid in CASH for WOOL. S.L.M00WEY, Woodsfield, May 27, 1863.- 3m. wis AROUSE, HEM of MOM ROE! Holly to the support of Your Country's Flag, by responding to the President's last call for Six Month's Men. Our homes are endangered by the rebel hord. Who will not rally to the protec tion of his own fire-side? Soldiers who have been fighting for your homes for more than 2 years, at last have extended to you individually a request to rush to their support. Men, now is the time to save yourselves from a draft. Do it for your country calls. We, the undersigned are now recruiting a company in Woodsfield, for the six months service. Our company is about one-half full. We leave for camp about the 6th of July, 1863. So rcntlemen embrace this opportunity and save your selves. II. T. FORD, JOSIAH SINCLAIR, Recruiting Officers. Administrator's Sale. J OTICK is hereby given that the un dermined Administrator of the Km. tuet of PeLer Duiig d.ceased, will offer for sale at public auction, on the preuvs -s On Saturday, the Ibh day of August 1863. between the hoars of ten o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. ui.. on said dy,. the following premises, situate in Monroe County, Ohio, to wit: The undivided one half of a part of thr north west quarter ef svetion thirty six. township three aud range th-ee, beginning at the north west corner of said section, thence south with the seotiou Hue about one hun dred and twenty rods to a stake ou said line set between Christian Sh.udler and William Mc'Intyre, thence east with the noith bounda ry of said Shindler's land to the east boun dary of said quarter section, thence north to the north east corner of ssid quarter eo liou, thence west with the rectum liue to the place of beginning, containing one hundred aud fifteen acres more or less. TERMS OF SALE. One-third cash in hand, one thiid in one year, and one-third in two years, with interest on the deferred payments, to lie secured to the satiolactiou of the uu dersigned. DANIEL FaNKHAUSKR, Ad'in.of Peter Lp rig, deceased. July 15. 1663. Administrator's Sale OTTCK is hereby given that the un dersigned as Administrator of the Estate of Daniel Faukhouser sr. dee'd, will of fer f.ir :-:ilj at public auc'ion, on the premises. On isofitril'ty, tlie 8th day of August, 1863 be: ween the hours uf 10 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock . m., ou said day, the following de-M-tihed real estate, situate in Afonroe county, Ohio, to wit- The east half of the north eat quarter of sectim twenty-four in township three aud range three, excepting fifteen acres sold off the Sonth end to John Fankhausor, contain iug sixty fire acres more or less. Terms One-third cash in haud. 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 DANIEL FANKHAU8EE. jr. Adm'r. ef Daniel Fankhauser, sr.. peceased. NOTICE IS "hereby given, that sealed proposals will be received at the Auditor's Office, Afonroe County, Ohio, uutil the First Monday in Srptmiber ne?t, for furnishing 1200 bushels of good Coal for the as of coart-honse and County offices, to lie delivered by the first day of October next. By order otli Commissioner. M. HOKFFLEll, Auditor, M. C. O. June 10, 1863. Legal Notice. MARGARET KENNEDY, widow of James Kennedy, deceased. Saninel J. Casey and Afary Casey his wife, James Kennedy, John Kennedy and Margaret Kennedy of Monroe Comity, State of Ohio, will take notice that a petition was filed against them on the 25th day of Jnne A. D. 1868. in the Court of Com mon Pleas of said County, by William Ken nedy, and is now pending wherein the said William Kennedy demands partition of tbe following real estate, situate in said Couuty, to wit: The east half of the south west quarter of section nineteen, township seven, and range seven, containing eighty acies, more or less; and that at fbe next term of said Court the j Wi,,i.aui Kennedy will apply for an order that partition may be made of said premises. HOLL1STER & O EY, Att'ya for Petitioner. July 1, 1883 6w. Legal Notice JAM '"S HRRRAN, of Hamilton County, Ohio, Jobn McManime, William Dougheity and Margaret Dougherty his wife, Tnomas Afc- Manime Rebecca J. AfcAfanime and Thomas Harrau of Monroe Couuty, Ohio, John Herr ran of (he Bute of California, Martin Herran of the State of Kentucky and Robert Raper and Rebecca Raper his wife of tbe State of Wisconsin, will take notice that a petition was filed against them on the 2 2d day of June lfi;3 tn tha Pnnrt nf Pfimmnn Plu nt Afnn. - " " " t roe County, Ohio, by Matthew Dougherty and Mary Dougherty his wife, and is now pend ing wherein said Matthew Dougherty and Mary his wife, demand partition of the follow ing real estate, in said County of Monroe, to it. Tbe south west quarter of the south east quarter of section 22, in township 3, and range 6, containing 41 acres, more or less. Aho, the north east quarter of the south east quarter of section, township and range afore said, containing 41 acres, more or less, and also 31 acres of land r-ff tbe sonth west corner of section 16, in same township and range. bounded on tbe north by lands of David Kirkbride, on the east by Kinkade, and on the south and west by the section line, and that at the next term of said Conrt, said petition ers will apply for an order that partition may ho nado of said premises. HOLLIBTKR A OKKV, Att'ys for Petitioners. July 1, 1863 6w. I VALL A.NDIGHAM'S RECORD. This Work contains the principal Speeches. Hon. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM, on ABOLITION, and UNION, and THE CIVIL War Also, parts of other Spmw-.hts, Letters, notes etc.. to which is added a b ief account of bi- trrest, trial, transportation and nomination It is thus a full and accurate record ot 1: sentimenU and lead ng public aus on the great questions now beiore the people. Th. book shows why Mr. W.I audi ah am h.as beei repudiated, condemned and exiled by the par ty in power, and why another party now gain ing strength every hour, and destined soon t control public affairs, has determined to eF cure his restoration to thf full rights of ciii zenship. and confer upon him some of tb. highest offices in the gift of the people. The friends of Mr. V. ask nothing more than that the people of Ohio will thoroughly examine his Record, and let their deliberate and unbiased judgment he expressed by theii votes on the second Tuesday in October. The wor is handsomely printed on good pa per, 256 pages, large 8 vo., and has it very finely executed steel engraved likeness of Mr. Vallandigham. The boon has leen carefully compiled and edited. Also, revised and approved by Mr. Vallandigham except last 8 pages, prepared during his exile. It is having a very rapid sale. PRICE Paper covers, 60 cts.; Sloth, $1,. 00: delivered by mail or express, prepaid, on receipt of price. A liberal discount to Agents and Dealers Published by. J. WALTER & CO., Colombo, O. For sale at the trifice of the Spirit of Dem ocracy, A copy will be sent to every editor who in serts the above and this notice before Augusi 1st, 1 m;:, aud sends a marked copy of his pa per to the publishers. Woodsfijld High School. A Special Session of this School for th. benefit of Teacheis and those qnaliry ing themselves for teir-hiug, wjn commen"e or Monday, August the 3rd, 1863, an 1 continue three months. TERMS, m ADYAXCE. Common English branches per session or any part thereof $5 00 do. d. with Algel r. Histo ry and Analysis. f4f do. do. with French or Latin S",0 All branches reijuiied w 111 be tanght, an every attention paid to the best modes o teaching and governing Schools. JOHN MOORE, Prlucipal. July 1, 1863. Claim Agency. The subscriber has formed a partnershi with AxDiiKws, Vaxsk ki.k and McCot, of Co lumbns, for the prosecution of all military claims whatever, snch as Wack pay, Bount; Pensions, &c, &c. The long experience ann extensive practice of this Pium will it is hope., secure public confidence. The subscriber wil attend at his office on Main Street, Woodsfield nearly opposite Dr. Smith's. EDWARD ARCHBOLD, Feb 41833 9,n. Att'y at Law. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES IMF ALL KINDS. Also, Warehouse Tracks. Letter Presses, Sio. FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAF, X 172, Lake Street, Chicago. SSf Be careful to buy only the genn ine.da flSrSold in Cincinnati by Frabkr & At'BKBY. January 7, 1863. ly. 8 of School Land. OTTCFi is herebj given, that therr 1 ' will be offered for sale 1 1 publii auction, t the front doer of the court bouse, in Woodsfield, Monroe County, Ohio, on the 22d day of August next, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., the following described tract ot Land, to wit: The erst half of the south east quarter of section sixteen, township four, range four, containing eighty acres, being the same land old by the Auditor of said County, on the 22d day of Jnne A D. i 65 ft, to W. R. Oorden and afterwards transfened to W. II, Brock, for the sum of $1503, aid the said W. H. Brook having failed to comply with the re quirements of the Law under which the above described tract of laud was sold; the aove Land will have to sell for the sum of $1620, 64,8 to be paid on the day of the sale. Also the west half of the south east quar ter of section sixteen, township four, range fonr, being the same land sold by the Auditor of said County, on the 22 I day of June A. D. 1855, to W. H. Brock for tbe sum of $852. and the said W. H. Brock, having failed to comply with the requirements of the Law un der which tbe above described tract of land was sold; the above land will have to sell for the sum of $565,39,3 to be paid on the day of sale. M. HOBFFLXB, Auditor, Af. C. O. July 1, 1863 6w. AM OKDIWME. The following Ordinance was passed April 27th, 1863: T) k it Ordain ed sr tub Comm. or rum Is- 1) CORPORA TED VlLLAOB OP WOODSPIBXB, That it shall be nnlawful for any person, except the Street Commissioner, to tske or carry away any of the soil or ground in any Street or Alley within the Incorporated Village of Wooasaeld, without the consent ef the owner or owners of lots or land adjoining sach Street or Alley, and also the consent ef tbe Street Commissioner. That any person violating this Ordinance shall be fined in any sum not exceeding ten dollars. That this Ordinance be published I the Spirit of Democracy." B. GRIMSHAW, Mayor. J. D. Stacvkr, Becorder. Woodsfield, May 27, 1863.-4W. 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They act so directly upon the Liver, lag that organ to such an extent as that she) system does not relapse into its former con dition, which is too apt to be the case with imply a purgative pill They are really a A.oo& mv& "LWcr VvVX, which, in conjunction with the will cure all the aforementioned diseases, ski, ef themselves, will relieve and ear Headache, Costivenese, Colia (Paine, Cholera Jtforfcue, Jrtdif-eaiioTv, Ptti In the jfomsls, (Dixzines s, Try these medicines, aad you wtB never regret it W Ask your neighbors, who have used sheas, and they will say they are Good. e&VCAfet, aad yea should try them before going for a physician. Get a Pamphlet or Almanac ef us local agent, and read the certificates, aad if ye have ever doubted yon will HMbbk, I hsv the rt n, rw mum, oi n mm Unmeet Jr. MMk'i Si nl ui k, la a ISSSSltsssi wertet Frio of th BnaSlaevfaa TwkHi par bottt., or S5 psr hlf dowi. Of hSlieMnln TS Blood FIIU. 23 eaau par vox, or ft tmm tor fl. eipaJ OOto and Sliiruai , Ho. S KmI rsarth St.. i Wing from Mate St., O. ' In lira. Had Stmt. Pnnci law FOR SALE BT O. H. Davenport, Woodffleld; M.C Kotsekao Malaga; Christisn Sander, Brownsville; Tenia, Alexander A Co., Cameron; John W. Bam in. Stafford; Wagenfleld A Co., Jaeobcbargi Tipton APowell, Jerusalem; Jacob T. Morrill, Clartag ton; J. H. A J. V. Thornbnry. BeallsvHle; end by Druggists and Merchants generally through- not the United States and Canada. Judkins & Hall, Woodsfield, 0. Jan. 3, 1863. ly. July 15, 1863. . - Sr Vallandigbam's Record, for this Office. Notice in Attachment. John C. Hess, Administrator of the Samuel B. Smith, Deceased, against Nathan M. Smith, Defendant, BEFORE William L. Pearsea, J. P. ef Sens bury Township, Monroe County, Okie, en the 30th day af April A. D. 1883, said Jus tice issued aa order ef attachment la the above action, far the sass ef aa hundred fifty two dollars aad seveaty-lve eeau. juun v. June S, 1063 Sw.