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fcelU dl Sftafl ariiii - !L (a'c Hat -In J4r XJ. S. 5-3'S. wHe ai won ei t 1 THE SECRETARY OF TiIE TREASURY has not yet given notice of ny intention to withdraw this popular Loan from Sale at Par, and untill ten daya tootice is given, the undersigned, as GENERAL SUBSCRIPTION AGENT' will continue to supply the public. taii The whole amount of the Loan author ised is Five Hundred Millions of Dollars. FKARLY FOUR HUNDRED MIL LIONS HAVE BEEN ALREADY -aoq a SUBSCRIBED FOR AND PAID INTO THE TREASURY, mostly within the last seven month. The large demand from abroad, and the rapidly increasing i home demand for use as the basis To: cir- fcae ealation by National Banking Associa- jjo ylioas now organizing m all parts or ine country, will, in a very short period", ab- sorbthe balance. Sale have lately ranged from tea to fifteen millions weekly, fre quently exceeding three millions daily. and as it is well known that the Secreta rv of the Treasury has ample and unfaii- ing resources in the Duties on Imports and Internal Ivcvenues, anu in mo issue of the Interest bcanug Legal lender Treasury Notes, it is almost a certainty thtA, he will not find it necessary, for a lone time to come, to seek a market for iliw y other long or permanent Loans, THE WHICH ARE PAYABLE IN GOLD. Prudence and self interest must force the minds of those contemplating the formation of National Banking Asxocia tions, as well as the minds of all who have idle money on their hands, to the prompt conclusion that they should loae no time in subscribing to this most popular .Loan. It will soon be boyond their reach, and advance to a nanusoiuc premium, an io the result with the "Seven Thirty" Loan, when it was all sold and could uo longer be subscribed for t par. IT IS A SIX PUR CENT LOAN, THE INTEREST AND PRINCIPAL PA i" a BL12 IN COIN. THUS VIKLD- lrsC? UVKR NINE PFK CENT. XtAi ANNVM at the late of uremiuiu on . - : - t- - , . ( coi n. ,:. -rU(J (jJovcrntnent requires all duties on 1 "' imporU to be paid Coin; thee duties-j have fur a long time p.i.-i auiuumeU to oyer a Quarter of a Million of Dollars j daily, a sum ucarly three times greater j than that lectured in the payment ul the interest on all the 5.2tls unci other per- power hn any bonne in the west. Having maiitul Lolit. So that it is hopcu Uitj boo glii onr etocU- foi ra.-li, we are wnnl'led to the surplus Coin :n the lreauiy, at tut distant day, wiilennhlc the Uilcd Otatta to resume ttecie payments upon il lia Lilities. The loan is -culled 5 20 from the fact that ahil.-t the Honda may run lor 20 years vet the Government has a right to pay them off in gv.d nl par, at any time Her 5 years. THE lM'KHKST IS PAID HALF YKAUJV, vi: ou the iimt d, y-; ol -Nov. ember aud .May. Sublet ibi i nave Coupon Honds, wliieh are itayahle to t-cier. ...! are t-.).J i.u jU. aud oi iieamtered lionus o. Mmc Juoiniiiatiotiaj and in addition, and tlOUVHi. 1'or Uatiaiug pu. j.u9j and t'ur inveel me n r- f Ti ii-.t-uii.n.cs 11. e registered bomds arc prelera hie, Thee S.iltJ cannot be ta'xeil by St.ite.i. citiei, townsor count. cs. and tlie tiovern Uient tux 'on I linn w uni v one Mid a-hali jer etnt on the amount ;' uicouie. when the .income ol the holder excofcd .-ix iluo tired dti.lars per annum; ;ill other iiiVest meatr, Biieli nit income irotu Muvtu 'cs. Uailroad Stock and Boltdk, etc., uiut pay from three to five per cent UX on the m cuii. Banks and Hankers throuvhout the Country will continue to Ulsle of the JBouds; S4lti all BrderS by Wail. Or other- ' Wie nrmntly attended to. 1 i The inconvenience of a few days delay in the delivery wf the Ltauks unavoida bla, the demand being so great; but as in terest eommeiices from tire dav ol sub unriptinn, no loss is occasioned, and ever effort is made to diminish the delay, 1 ' JAY t'OOIs ri, '7"' 1 i Suhhciipliou Agi-nt 1H,soi:tii Ttiiur si kkkt, i-ii! i.adki.paia. Philadelphia, November, ', 1So3. lie rift s nlc. MeClellan & Knox, again.-t Daniel M. Thomas. Hi virine oi a win oi renniiioiii i-xpiu.iB i to me directed from tin? Court of Common j HY virtue of a wilt of venditioni exponas j I'leas of Monroe Coumy, Ohio, I will offer for aliat bnhlic auction, al.ihe front door : rr ll.e Ceurt lteuv, in the town of Woods Held, iu said County, between the hours of ten o'clock a. in , aud 4 o'clock p. m.. ou list . Saturday January 0th. 1 bt3-l. -n 4h following "desciibed leal eatate, situate In id county, to wit : -fr? r No-s2a,,d 83 in ih townof:Presb'terianliiaid Publication V vvusueixt sor GEO. W. CAHROTHERS, bheriflF, ii. CO. De. 1G, 1563- 4w. Farm Ftr SSale. The subforiber has for sale a nice farm of one hundred and twenty acres ef laud in Jackson owm-hip, Monroe County, Ohio. There is sixty acres of cleared land on the premises; a dwelling-houe aud other neces sary ant buildings. Alo eighty acres in sec tion twenty in the sauie township, aud foity acres in section thirty-six i.-. the same town ship. All ef the above lands will be sold at a re duce.d price and on easy terms. For fnrther particulars call on the subscriber at Woods field, Ohio. 8. HOLLISTER. Da. lfl, 1663. 4wPd. Jacob Miller's Estate. eel a NOTICK is hereby given that the under sicned was. on the lOlh day of December, J 063 by the Probate Court of Jfonroo Coun ty, Obio, appointed Administrators of the es tate of Jacob Miller, Jr ,, late of said County deceased. STEPHEN HKNTHORN, REUECCA MILLER, Administrators. IT 1863. 4w. XOTKF. I hereby give notice that a note giren Vj me to Nelson Harper for 81ft dated December 9, lBtil was obtained fraudu lently, and that I will not pay the some. JOSEPH M A VHERItY. Dee. Id, lSt:j I'mpd. Courts for 864 8th District. rIE Judges of the Court of Common Pleas for the 8 tli Judicial District of Ohio, fix the times of holding Courts in said District, for the year 1SG4, as follows : DISTRICT COUKT. Afuskingum, Thursday, Sept. 1 ; Morgan, Monday. Sept. 5; Noble, Wednesday, Sep tember 7th. Monroe, Friday. Sept. 9; Belmont, Monday, Sept. 12; Oueinsey, Thursday, .Sept. 15. Tuscarawas, Monday, Sept. la ; Harrison, Thursday, Sept. 22; Jefferson, Saturday, Sept. 24. COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS. Muskingum, Monday, Feb. 15; .Monday, May 16; Monday, Oct, 24. Morgan, Tuesday, Aarch 15; Tuesday, June 14; Wednesday, October 12. Noble, Tuesday, April ; Tuesday, July 5; Tuesday, Oot. 4. Monroe, Tuesday, February 9 ; Tuesday, May 3; Wednesday, October 12. Belmont, Tuesday, February 25; Tuesday, jMay 17; Wednesday, Nov 9. Guernsey, Tuesday, March 15; Tuesday, June 7; Tuesday, October 25. Tuscarawas, Tuesday, February 16; Mon day. May 30; Mouday, October 24. Harrison, Monday, February 1 ; Monday, w.v 16. Monday. Octobvr 10 Jefferson, Monday, February 29; Monday, June 13; vworiay. November i. Done at New Philadelphia, 1 September, 25, 18G3. j EZRA E. EVANS, ) JOHN W. OKEY, . Judges. GEO. W. MclLVAIN. ) A true copy, by order of said Judges, Attrst: CH. C. RUSSELL, Clerk of the Court of Com. Pleas of Muskingum County, O. I oertify that the foregoing is a full and true oopy of the original order now ou file in my office. DANIEL WALTON, Clerk of Monroe County Common Pleas. Nov. 18, J863-4w. I jAg q Our Jos. O. Little. No. 10G Main Street, WHEELING, VA BOOKS, STATION EK Y, ANI WALL PAPER, A i Wholesale, for Cash, sell tl em for the sulne atijn'reF 'o rnit louiem. Our stock con.-ifts in' purl of SCIICOL ((KS, Of All Kind, Miscellaneous Tories! Cap, i'jtc Paper, 53. vel opes, PHOTOORAPH ALBUMS, OoLU PENS, FAMILY AND POCKET BlliLES, DIAKIESFOIt leOi, i containing a c.oinplet thhle of the Stnmp Inil as aiueDaed by f'ongress, If.trch 'M, Also a a table of r-tainp Unties iMi.i. Also a a tanie ot ntinnp Duties on DEMAND NOTES, TIME NOTES; and INLAND BILLS OF EXCHANGE. We have rtft a very large Stock of , IS .---f.l . X.-. .-j"' 1 'l Consisting of " Juvenile Hooks LIN K N TOY BOOKS MAIIOGONY WRITING DKSKS ! I I f P (L LOetS, flllllllalS, XC. , &(',, &C. Call and seo onr stock, even if you do not buy. We are agents for the AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION! American Bible Society! AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY" i And can furnish Mm Sunday School Libraries at York Frices. RAGS BOUOHT at HIGHEST MARKET RATES. Nov. 18, 1863-tf. TO TEACH EKS- 1 ill E Board of Examiners will hold meet- ings at Woodsdeld, Saturday, August 29lh, September lUtb, " October " " 17th, " " 3 1st, " November 14th, " ' SB'h, ' December 13th. liy order of the Beard. Jamks 0. Amos, aug 19 'C3n24m4 Clerk fiSo;j5 7totic. Notice is hereby iven, that there will be a petition presented to the Commissioners .if Monroe County, Ohio, at their next session asking for an alteration of the road leading J from Jacob II. Hamilton to Surumerfield Said alteration to commence at or near the new Baru of Jacob 11. Hswillons, thence to run a westwardly direction through, the field . I. ...... -u tl... 1 of said Hamilton to a white-oak trie, about SO inches In diameter, and standing on the I south side of said road, and there fo intersect ' the old iod and also asking a vacation of so 1 much of sai'1- old road as may be rendered1 unnecessary thereby. 1 A Large Stock OF- NEW GOODS !! Just Arriving at WALTON'S CASH STORE ! WOODSFIELD, OHIO. Photograph Albums and Pho tographs ! At Walton's. BOOKS OF ALL KINDS, ORDERED At Walton's. SCHOOL, BLANK k DRILL BOOKS At Walton's. STATION ERY, PENKNIVES, AND PBlZci PACKAGES 1 At Walton's. 50 Varieties of Wall Paper & Beadle's D;me Series ! At Walton's. COVE OYSTERS. SARDINES, CHOW CHOW, AND PICKLES I At Walton's. Canned fruits, Cufsup and Pepper Sauce At Walton's. Ei tv .... tt r UKEIGN T RUITS. UANDIES. AND ' Confectioneries ! At Walton's. Apple Pearers, Fruit Jugs, Stone Ware At Walton's. TRAVELING, MARKFT, & CLOTHES BASKETS I At Walton'a. CHEESE, CRACKERS, DRIED BEEP, CIGARS. Tobacco, Sunff. Pipes, Salt, Flour, Rice, hominy, tas. coffee, sugars, molasses, syrups, vinegar, mustard, cinna mon, pepper, alspice, cloves, nutmegs' citrons, indi go, madder, alum, vitrol, saltpetre, baking- powder,orejirr: iartar, soda, maizend, (for baking purposes.) ver tnaeelli, (for aonp), alrroh, black ing, matches, shot, lead, gunpowder, guu caps, cotton jam, batting, bed rorl.o, buckets, tubs, wash boards, broms; ilothes, blacking, serub and horse brashea, CANDLES. SOAPS. GLASS. NAILS. IT VYALTOX'S, Adjoining the I , .j t'OlllT-MOUSe. aept. 23, 18G3-tf. a h ', m y-. ru . Has just opened out a nJOVL-IOX 1 FIEDSTOlE KT WOORSHELK ! O.ic Door North of Davenports, Vlir he will keep conalantly on hand all kiadsof Uroceties. Provisions and Feed. Hia stock will uOOoist in part ol the staple and fancy (.iioceries. Flour, Salt, l!icon, Dried B. ef, Cheese, Crackers, liieo Oysters Sardines, heef Topanen, Driei Fnuts, Fi.-h, P 'Okies, Raisins, Figs. Prunes, Cauned Fruits, Candies, ftuts,&o. Ail kinds of Dye SlulK ! and coloring matter; ttl.de and fu i y rritttn soaps and candles; a general assortment of NOTIONS, perfumery and fancy articles, cotton and knitting yarn; StonCWJli e illld Fl Uit Jill's I. Nails, window glass, hay aud stable forks and shov els, and well-elected assortment of KEROSENE LAMPS ! : sni'a'ife for pnrlors. dinhir and sitting rooms ; or kitchen. The best brands kerosene or :.iiiSO. OILS1 ! Also a General Assortment of SCHOOL BOOKS ! and STATIONERY, including the best varieties of Cap, Plain and Faucy Note Paper ! Plain and Fancy Envelopes ! Pass-Books. Tuck Memorandums, pns, pen holders, luk aud Inkstands, It., ic. Give him a call. He sellg Exclusively for Cash or Ready PAY ! Will Not be Undersold bt Ant ! N. B. The highest price, In cash, paid for Oats, Corn, and all kinds ol Feed. sept. 30, 1863-tf. HAVM. Is'ftJVIL The undersigned has established a HACK LINE between WOOD SPIEL D and BARN LS V1LLE. Leave Woodsficld at 9 o'clock A. M on Mondays, Wekuesdays and Fridays, arriving at Barue3vii!e at 4 o'clrck P. M. iu time to connect w il ) t Le 1 1 ainf on the Central O. R, R. Leave Baruesvilie at 9 o'cloelc A. M. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriv ing at woodsfleld at 2 o'clock m. The proprietor has a good Hack and Team and will use his best endeavors to sec e to all passengers ou the route, a speed and ! ,.r.u. ,, 1 LIVERY STABLE The proprietor, al?o keeps a LIVERY ST A ; BLh, aud will always be ready to accommodate Persons desiring horses or oenveysnces. HUB bail' f. UUttY. IT n i?f m ft n ii, iti tit wai w h fir Mil HI Al BUB. rortietor. tf. jOT A RUM DRINK! A HIGHLY CONCENTEATED Vegetable Extract! A PURE TONIC I THAT WILL RELIEVE TIIK AFFLICTED AND Not Make Drunkards ! DR. HOOFLANDS GERMAN BITTERS, PREPARED BY DR. C. M. JA CKSO N, PHILADELPHIA, PA., Will Effectually and Most Certainly CURE ALL DISEALES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED LIVER, STOMACH OR KIDNEYS. The mas9 of onr citizens are suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Disease, and to whom the following questions apply, we guarantee HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS WILL CURE THEM. UySpepSia & JlVer Disease ! Do you rise with a coated tongue in the morning, with a bad taste in the mouth and poor appetite for breakfast f Do you feel when you first get up, so weak and languid ' ..I."... . tv . ' 1 uo you nave a dizziness in your head at times, and often a dizziness with headache occasionally ? Are your bowels costive and Irregular, and appe tite changeable? Dojou throw up wind from the stomach, and do you swell up often? Do you feel a fullness after eating, and a sinking when the stomach is empty? Do you have heartburn occasionally? Do yon feel low spir ited, and look on the dark side of things? Are you not unusually nervons at times? Do you not become restless, and often lay until midnight heiore you go to sleep, and then, at times, don't you feel dull and sleepy most of the time ? Is your skin dry and skaly ? also sallow? In short, is not your life a burthen, full of forebodings ? HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS WILL CCKE EVERY CASK OP Chronic or Nervous Dfbility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and Diseases from a Disordered Stomach. OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS, Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Organs: Con-ipation Inward Piles, Fullness or 'M,ood to ,n Hen 1, Acidity f I Nausea, Heartburn. Disgust for orweightin the Stomach. Soi the momaeb, lor rooa. fulness Kood. hollies: i oi n cikio in urn oiuuiai ii. uuiu i. ! in. i .11 1 u lis, ! . . . 0 ' Sour Eructations Sinking or fluttering at the pit of the Mom- aeh. Swimming of the Head. Hunied and dif- ! ticult breathinu. Fluttering at the heart, Chok inWrtr srroc.ai,,ff ntiona in . ita- n.,fi v wLulw ! fore the sight. Fever and dull p;iin in the I Son. of Columbus; ami also for those O, head, Deficiency of perspiration, Fellowness Various other firms in the State, i of the skin and eytf, Pain In the side, back, j These Mills and Evaporators, with care i chest, limbs, Sudden flushes of beat, ' ful use. uiakc from f)0 to 100 callous nor j uuruing m me uesn, t.onstjxut imaginings of evi . ana krreai ai'iirs ou oi snii iLs. PARTICCLAK NOTICE. Tlmra o vm in iv nr.n'i ml iivc c r, 1 .1 ml.. thename of Bitters, pu-. uP in ptt hottles, compounded of the cheapest whisky or com- mou rum, costing from 20 in .jo cents per gal- Ion, the tasto disguised by Anise or Corian-'f der seed. This class of Hitters has caused and will continue to cans, as long lis they nan be sold, hundreds to die the death of mo drunkard. By their use the system is kept continually under the influence of Alcoholic stiumlrnts of the worst kind, the desire for liquor is cre ated ami Kept up, anu tlie remit is all ie j horrcrs attendant upon adiuukard's life aud ;itl. For those who desire and WILL HAVE a Mqror hitters, we publish the following re repit: Get one bottle of Hoolland's German Bitters and mix with three ijuarts of pood Bran ly or Whisky, and the result will be a preparation that will far excel in medicinal purposes and tvue excellence any of the uu meious liquor Bitters in the market, and will CO IT MUCH .F.SS. Von wiU have the vir tue of Hoolland's Bitters in connection with a good article of liquor, at a much less price thau these inferior preparations will cost yon. Hoofiandls German Bitters will give you a good appetite, will give yon sliong. healthy nerves, will give you a brisk and eiiTgetic feeling, will enable you to sleep well, and will positively prevent yellow fever, billions fever, &c. THOSE SUFFERING FROM BROKEN-DOWN and Delicate Constitutions, from whatever j cause, either in Male or Female, will find in j Hoolland"s German Bitters a remedy that will j i restore theiu to their usual health. Such ! ! has been the ca.se in thousands of ins attOesl ' and a fair trial is but required to prove the assertion. R KM EMBER THAT THESE BITTERS ARE NOT ALCOHOLIC, and NOT intended aa a Roe fret? Jfe trafe. I Tne Proprietors have thousands of Letters ; from the uiot eminent Clergymen, Lawyers, j i'hysoians and Citizens, to their personal : knowledge, to the beneficial effects and medi cinal virtues of these bitters From Rev. J. Newtou Brown, D. D. Ed:torof the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Although not disposed to favor or reeom mend Patent Mediciues in general, through distrust of their ingredients sud effects, 1 yet kuow of no snlficient reasons why a man may not certify to the bmelits be believes himself to have received from anv simple preparation, in the ho'pe be may thus contrib- j ute to the baucflt of others. I do this the more readily in regard to Hoof land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson of this city, because I was prejudiced against them for many years, under the im pression that they were chietiy an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my friend Robert Shoemake, Esq., for the removal of this prej udiee by proper tests, and for encouragement to try them, when suffering from great aud long continued debility. 1 lie use of tttreK bottles of these Bitters, at the beginning of the present year, was followed by evident relief, and restoration to a degree of bodily aud mental vigor which 1 had not felt for stx months before, and had almost despaired of regaining. 1 therefore thank God and my friend for directing me to the use of them. Mi NEWTON BROWN. Phila., June 22, 18U2, ATTENTION, SOLDIERS ! and the Mends of soldiers. H'e call the attention of all hav ing relations or friends in the army to the fact that "Hoofl.ind's Herman Jntters," will cure nine-tenths of the diseases induced by expo sures and privations incident to camp life We have no hesitation in stating that, if these bitters were freoly used amoue; our soldiers hundreds of lives might be saved that other wise would ue lost. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. See that the Signature of "C, M. JACKSON" is on the wrapper of each Bottle. Price per Bottle 75 oents, or Half Dozen for 4,t)0. Principal ofaoe and manufactory, No. 401, Arch-Street, Phila., Fa. JONES ;& EVANS, (Successor to C. M.' Jaakson.) Proprietors. gJfForsale by JOEL JUDKINS, Woodsfleld, 0kt9j oct2L166j-ly. ! JAMES W. WJkLTOH. Governmental Claim Agent, WOODSFIELD OHIO. Office, opposite the Court-House. p Mr. W. having been for many yeats an officer of the PENSION and GENERAL LAND OFPlCBS at Washington City: and being familiar with the methods of conducting business before the Executive Departments, possessed superior fafcilitie for securing the inot PROMPT and FAVORABLE action upon all claims placed lu his hands for collection. He will give special attention to the prosecution of olaiins for BACK-PAY, $100 BOUNTY; BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS, INVALID PRNSlOUS, TO WIDOWS, CHILDREN, MOTHERS AND SISTERS. Also claims fur Marines, Flotilla-men, Officers, Pilots. Engineers, Sailors and crews upon the Gun-boats; of Contractors, Patentees, Post-Masters; snd all other claims agar&bt, and business with the General Government. fiSf Also will Pay Taxes on Lands in any of the loyal States of the Unin. REFERENCES. Hon. J. M. Edmrinds, Com. of Gen'l Land Office, Hon. Joseph S. Wilson, Ex. " " T . t. D.LL is r- i , t . n i 'Hon. R. J. Atkinson, 3d Aud. of Treasury. October 8. 1S62 tjm. ! fl, News ! Good News ! w new. a 1 TENTION, F A 8 M E K S ! In the present hard times, when South em Molasae.s and Sjrups are very scare !anf 1)iirll u:iu when it is necessary Tor al l. ..:kU b. v vj c ttn in tf. ii in1 ii 1 y no puviu.'jL, wa . 0-1 i 1 triio IriMiu U rif rim ininn a nrn j . .' ' . J K FliASftl & SON. , ,. ct'i- 4 i tin i i 1 wl' :,re Agents for the SUGAR MILL. and KVAPOKATOILS of J. L Gill A ,jay of a most beautiful article of Syr- 'ups trcn the burhum; almost as clear as jlioney, and very pleasant to the taste. Farmers who raise Sorghum, have now jan opportunity of procuring, near home, a FIRST CLASS MILL j ' ay Btxe, according to their wants. ' Two or three, or half a dozen formers, ran unite; and one of these Mills will do the work of all. Ye have on hand, also, Cook's Portable Ecaporaior. 8fJ All calls will receive prompt at tention. Call early on XI. E. ERaSIER & SON. Barncsvil le, Ohio, aug. 19,,C3u24-m. WOODSFIELD M AitBLBS Bi Neuhart Co. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. IS prepared to furnish TO MB STONES, TABLE TOi'd, MANTLES, .' and every thing else in the marble line. Shop cue door south of Kirkhride's More. D. NEUUAUT & CO. .Inne IS I860, ly. Monroe Mutual FIR EINSURANCE COMPANY WOODSFIELD. OHIO. This company, being organized under a faror able charter ohtainf-d from the Legislature, i? now in a prosperous condition, and ready to Insure Hotels, D welling Houses, Barns, Stables Store Houses, Shops, &c, &e,, against loss by tire. DIRECTORS. S. L MOONET JNO. M. KIRK.OK if)?, LEWIS SHIl'I.KV, JUC.N M. BOWSB. WW. OKKY, J. W. Alt.MSTKONO, V. A. LAMl'INO, J. W. S.VNDERH, J B. NOLL. J. U. OBLINUEIt, V A. TALKOTT, NATHAN IIOLLISTEH J. A. DAVEHTORT. JOHN A. DAVENPORT, Pres't. N. Hom.istkr, Treas. J. B. NOLL. Secretary and Goueral Agent. May 81, 1862 ly. KAiRB INKS' STANDARD SCALES K ALL HINT'S. Also, Wavcliouse Trucks, Letter Presses, Sic. FAIRBANKS, OHEKNhEAF, & CO 172, Lake Streat, ClllCAC.o. 8 Ho careful to buy only the genu ine. "tea Sold iu Ciocinuati by FRABF.R ft AunKRT. January 7. lSr?;i. fy. SUN'FISII HOUSV. P. DILLON, PaorKjtToa. rPHE Proprietor begs leave to inform the L public that he has thoroughly repaired and newly furnished the above uauied hotel, and is now prepared te acoommodate travelers I aud Hoarders 1 Every attention will be paid te those who favor hltn with a call, and uo paiim will be spared to make their stay pleasant. His table bhall he well provided, and his charges mod erate. 8spt. 11, '61ly. PETER DILLON. JOHN Ur, CAR0TIIERS, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. HOUSE PAINTING-, GLAZING-, GRAINING, PAPER HANGING, LETTERING, READY MIXED PAINTS OF ALL COLORS, $2? Done and prepared in the most fashion able style., and on the shortest notice, Oet. 16, 1S61 ly. IP. H.lL-jL. I Hon. William Y. Hunter. I Hon. James R. Morris. N. Hollister, Esi. j Wm. Okey, Eq. J, D STAUVER, Olock and Watch Maker, WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO. O. Will keep an assortment of watches, clocks, jewelry and notians. His prices shall com pare favorably with thosa of Wheeling and Zanesville. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry core fully repaired and Warranted. TBHMS, POSITIVELY CASH. fieri. 15, lb$6. Sheriff's Sale. John Bracy, arainst Susan Jeffries BT virtue of an order of sale to me di- : euted from the court of eomnacn pleas of : Afou roe. County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at i ublic auctioni at the front door of the court i ue, in the town of W oodsfleld, in aid j unty, tmtweeu the hours of ten o'clock, a I., and four o'clock, p. m., on Suturday. January the 2nd, 18C4, he tolb wiue described real sal, situate in j aid couu;y to wit : The north went qnarUr of ctlon eUven, ownship iour. rauge rive, cent aiuigff one ban j i red and aizty acres wore or hss. Sold in partition rulject to the dower of j usau JelTi at the unit of Jihn Braeey. GEO. VV. CAKKOTHKHS, Sheriff, M. 0. O, Dec. 2, 1863.--4w. A diuinistratdr'd Notice, N OTICE. The children of Samuel McCam j num. whose names aie unknown, u1 who are Fuppred to repioe in the State ol ' Kentucay, ire notified that Hugh B. Hill af I Administrator of John AfcCani'mou, deceased, did. on the 2nd dav of Nov.iniber. 1863. file his petition in the Piobdte Court of Monroe! County Ohio, the object and prayer of which ' j is to see the real estate ef which Jcbn Mc ; Cainuion diod sewed, for the purpose of pay : ing dbts. Fsd petition will lie for hearing 'on the l&th data of JJecriuber 18C3. HUGH a. HILL. Norrrtber 2a, 1SC3. 4w. DESilUULE PROPERTY V Oil ALU i THE SUBSCRIBER WILL SELL the following described property,' situated in the town of Cameron,' Monroe county, Ohio, to-wit: One Half Acre of Land, on which there is iA Largo Dwelling House ! 1 ! 30 b 40 feet in length, two-stoiieibigh, with I RIGHT Commodious Rooms, well finished. Al- ! i so. on said lot of land is a large Tubapeo i 1 House, 40 by .'O feet in length, and 20 feet J high, to which is added a shed forty feet In 1 length and 12 feet Wide. Said building is in 1 ! good cond'tiou for packing tobacco, and is sit- i I uated in a good tobacco-growing region, for terms inquire of the suhscriber. JANE ALEXANDER, j j June t 10tR-'2mpd. T. COLrriTS .......... H P. H AG KR i ' nrif -r-)! mmci f ti i p T.iw-) ; OUJjII L 1 kJ OC ilAVjllilt j UAittsfxervnn op FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MAKBLK MONUMENTS Tombs Ifofid-iStonrs. he ' ' ON NEW AND KLEOANT DfiSIUNS AND SUPEHIOIl WOHKMAKSHIP AND FINISH. ggp Pernons wishing to purchase will find it to their interest to give ns a oall before goiag elsewhere. gr MARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN BARNERVILLE. OHIO Jnne 1 s 161 ly Furm for Sale. -nmtlTV irctrs ..r l.l near inllnr-V, I VJ this county. 6S acres cleared, three' leg ' dwelling hones and other buildings. Baia ' farm is well adapted for sheen or Mock. Any person deairinir to purchase will call on Allen jShotwell, at Autioch, or the undersigned. ; Term liberal. This farm ie ordered te be , rOld by the Will of Lsaae Philip, rieeeaeed. K. M. I'UILIPS. TUOMAb WEST, Peb. 2S, lb'63 tf. Executors. LI - J - . . I? OnVaanilg ai'U tOinnilS- tj ; uiiiii Hill-Inn OlUll JaMoaJ9VWSa AT CbA RINGTON, 0. rPUK undersigned having in charge s New and Commodious Ware House, convenient to the Steam Boat Landing, solii-U thf- pat ronaije of the Public ff 'uerally, who have bu siness of this branch to be attended to, wltl. promptness aud dispatch, aud at such mode rate prices as will not fail to satisfy all wh may favor me with their business. Jan. 8, 18C2 3mo PETER DILLON. BLANK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES KOU SALE AT THIS OFFIKC yQAU Icm-isof rrotluce tn ken in exchange for ibis paper vj mm- "S pest-up Ctia outneti otr psint, ht U wait hwidW Coiuwn n mk been introduced to the punfie for mot is years, and have acquired an Atr ezoeeding any Family Medioines of similar nature in the market An appreciating public wae apt long m discovering they poeaessed remarliahle and hence their xsfnotr attd consequent profit to the Proprtehtf, tha enabling him to expend y jU of dollars each year in advertising sWtf Merita, and publishing the Irhioh have been showered upon him from The peculiarity of the Is that they strike at the root of Disease, by eradicating every particle of impurity tot the life and health of the body depeadW upon the purity of the blood. If the blood i poisoned, the body drag out a miserable existence. These medicine i . for oaring Aroula, S.vpmtt. Bkin fTnaaaa, Old Borm, Bait Ifheum, J?huma4'm, (Dyspepsia, Stak HtadAoKt, Liver Compl&iHt, Fvr and figrU, Leuoorrhaea, Fna.le Complaint) jforysipelas, Bt JintKony's r, ffurnors, Eruptions, fits, SbrquJoits ChlxsumpiiofC, a. ONE person writes, her daughter was oared of fits of nine jeers' standing, and St Views' dance of two vears. ANOTHER writes, his sotv.HU eared after hi flesh had nlmost wasteVf tiray. The doctors pronounced the case tnanU ML ANOTHER was cured of Fever and Aga after trvinc everv medicine in his reaek. ANOTHER was cured of Feer 8w which had existed fourteen years, ANOTHER, of Rheumatism of eight yean. Cases innumerable of Dvspcpsia and Live Complaint con id bo mentioned in which ta Purifier imd I'ilis Yov Vvcii x exufttv. are the mot active and thorough pills tfaat have ever been introduced. They act so directly upon the Liver, eaeft ing that organ to Mich itn extent as that the system does not relapse Into He former eon dition, which is too apt To be the eaee with imply a purgative pilL They are reully a trkich, in conjunction with the Will cure all the aforementioned dbteaatAj and, of themselves, will relieve and ttura Ha1do,3h, Cbetit'tfiisf, " Colic (Pains, Cholera J6orbu, Indigestion, (Pain in in gov'ts QXzziness, ei Try these medicine, and you trill neve regret it. Ask your neighliors, who hare seed than, nd they will say they are CAooiN. ?K ivcvv..4 dnd you should try them before gotng fc physician. (ct a Pamphlet or Almanac of my laeal agent, and read the certificates, and if yo have ever doubted you will At s proof tint Hi Klcxxl 1'nriSjv and Wlh r port vK(ablt, I bar thu -i;Sct of Di.m rninaat pwav kit, rrof3(u-s Cllittoit of N. T., had Lueke of t'tnrlei' Rmd Dr. Robtrlr'f Ap?-ial Nntfcdl and OrtltcatM p Itabed ia a ouanpieoou pan of thin Paper from flroa t 11 mo. Price of th SfAndtnittUn VtgtnljU" Wood PurilUr, ft par bottle, or $4 er balfiloxeo. Of theScaSStbaYlaa Taf utaLlo Blod fills, ii oenls ppr box, or 6 loxea far tl. Principal Office iMid SKlesroom, No. S Knai Fimrth M Building from UaJa St., Cincinnati, O. Laberavary, ' So, I Hammond Stret. j FOR SALE BY j 0 H p,veB,,wl t, WooiU uHd; U. HfTt.eba. ! Malaga; Christian Sander, Browasrille; .VsjnUw, ' Alexauder & Co.. Cameron: Jobn W. BAiuitt, Stafford; Wsgonfield & Co., Jae'babiirg. Tlptoa 1 & Powell, Jerusalem; Jacob T. Mn ill. Oaring jtonj J. H. A J. Y. Thombnry. BealUtill-: au-l by Druggits and Merchants enerally thfeaga- not the Lnited States aud Canada. J 1. 1. kins ft Hal'., Woodatield, O. Jan. 3, 1863. ly. I July Uu IM. : (Jltf Na t lOniil DlSOl'dci'-Dr j i U i 1 i 1 j j ! ItDnaCK'S J .OmeCtVu,'J The Ameri an stomach is a tnrmetstlffg a, gan. It is generally out of order. The rasa uu Is obvlohs. The dritioc n an f t nie ha not time, or will vot trk time prepeily to rasKtirate hi fond He 1'oiis it, sad as lad habits are catching, ill fla(-e follow eta e- ample. Heuce Dy ap pia. with ett its e plication hence Indigestion, Mfer ow- j plaint, d Disorder. Of the Howe!., 1. all ! their various phases. Against these and a .. . . ... . , 4, a. - . plication hence ludigesHofe, Liver I ore buadred ot'er eomplalM., ihe St andlnatMsii fllood Pills aud Blood Purifier are wagtail a extermltiatlng watfarai. The shfies of tfceee Medicines has beii stoiiishinp, eveft in ati aire of t-eientiBo mirs (. They don't alleriate, they extinguish a .ii-ontei. The ageiiy, the dehilitv, the dcsriu'ency, which character, praftiii-tif lis of the diirotiVe alid secretire gtSjia, vaaif-U u.i-i t'- ii'flnenro of thue ijipatalion. Iha, coio-mution itself arena Seeequire new pnrpy under their operation. ap lidvrrCl-t-m.-Ht. TUouia-a KHioii's Kbtute. NOTICK is hereby civen that the u ler.ignd was, ou the lrlli da' of December I8C3, lv tlie Probate Conrt of Monroe Coj y, Ohio. ai'Tiointed Execu'oi of the eatate f Thomas 11 iott, late ol said Couuty, de ceased. DAVID STF.WARD, Kierutot. Dec. 23, ISC'.- 4w. Nov. V&f 1863. dw rd. Wed,fi-ld, Sep'. !, !:$..