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8. mi j " ' DR. ROBACKS STOMACH BITTERS AUK NOT TO BE EXCELLED A V MTt)MACIIIO AN or TUB p DIGESTIVE ORGANS. V. v Wvv o," Vu . v VUO, Jv" TOV vvi CT Si -J uyyA oA yot Vvwv, xy 6 t -Bilious Fever, m yeye7. a7td j2gy.e, Liver OomjplazTTt, ITicLigestzoTi, Jaundice, . KicLrtey Com,-plxirt,ta, Jf?T U t r 0Yft ,OYVOC0l 0 VtVTC UYYft .xj&tvvX. yoo owA VvavW, xyvcv w..kc yvcw. a Vy .oov wyoocy's. aH cy, Vooy yxyoay vwaj y. TSLoXaacV.'1 cire YeVt SoWct a.Yev.c yo.A.vcy,s, WvewA., ' ?7s Bitttrs are j-nf up ir, quart Bottles, of which th about is a faj-sim-U. I Tl iafc-sJ is finely engraved, and is provided with a sofe-puard from, counterfeiters. QPriae $1 per hottle, cr ' mix fwtS. C. W, Iiobso1?. (Proprietor, JVb. 6 JEttmt fourth Ft., Cincinnati, io wham m Ml erdero ehould ha Addressed. FOR SALE BY ft it . wt i .-.? i .1 . ri xy . 1 . . . Malaga; Chrutiau S inder, Brownsville; Vaula'-, Alexander & Co.. C inierou; John W. Bami , Ptafford; Wagoufletd A Co., Jaeobsburg: Tipto. -JWowell, Jerusalem: Jacob T. Morrill. Clariug glO; J. H. J. Y. Thorubury. Beallsville; and by Druggists and Merchants generally through ut the United States and Canada. JUDKINS $i llAI.'., AVoodttfieM, 0. . Jan. 3. 18f,:i. ly. July K, IM.i. Home Testimony. "'"'' MkM, Athens Co. Ohio. Aug. 10, 1S;,'. ,! r. C. Ruback : Dar tfir Permit me to say in relation to your Scandinavian Itlooti Pills and flood Pu i(ier, that I have used several boxes am) bottles, and have fouud their effects on m System to b all that it is claimed tor them in your advertisements. I have also seen the fleets of your pills upon a child foar or five year old, in expelling worms from the bowels, tine do-ie given the child, confined to the bed, and apparently very sick, caused the worms 1 1 to eaintt away from it in great numbers, ami by Ware found crawling and scattered all about. The child thus relieved recovered immediately, aud is now Well and kearty, Y.or, &c, JOSEPH IIERROLD. SUNF1SH HOUSK P. DILLON, PaorRisioR. rpHK Proprietor begs tears to inform the X public that he has thoroughly repaired and newly furnished the above named hotel, and is now prepared to accommodate travelers and hoarders. Every attention will be paid te those who faror him with a call, and no pains will be spared to make their stay pleasant. His table shall he well provided, and his charges mod erate. Sapt. 11, 61 ly. PETER DILLON. JOHN CAR0THERS, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. ' HOUSE I'AINTINO, GL3ZINO, fTRAININO. PAPIiR liANOINft, LBTTKRINfr, READY MIXiilJ PAINTS OP ALL COLORS, fEg Di ne and prepared in the most fashion able styhs. aud on the shortest notice,. St. It, liul ly. Legal Notice, Jacob Daily, Laciuda Daily, Louisa Dailv Klias Daily, I"ancy Daily, Mary E, Daily Eller J. Daily Francis Lutecria B. Hess, and Isabella Daily will take not'ce that on the 7th day ot December 1813,KII Headly as administrator ot Eleanor Daily, late ' Monroo county. Ohio deceased, filed in tlie "robate Coa't of Mon roe county Ohio his petition asking foj th-,-al of the lanils of which Kleanor Daily died seized for the Purpose of jiayinn debts, Said ietition will he for hearing on the 31at day of December 1 SC,:. ELI EL HEAD LEY, Adin'r. Iw. Dissolution of Partnership. NO TICK m feerehy given that tho part nership heretofore existing between Afartiu 7?aker and Western T. riulair is this day, by mutual consent, dissolved. All per k .'.is knowing themselves indebted to said firm are notified to call immediately at their stabljsh nii)t, over Walton's stoi-e, and set tle lhei accounts tither by payment or note ATARTIN BAKKR. W. T. SINCLAIR. Nov. 18. 1868. 3w. Leoral Notice. Asenath Yarnall and Joseph Yarnall her husband and William P. Slack, of the State of Illinois; Jsxhn Slak of the United States Army: and Thomas B. Slack, whose place of residence is unknown, will take notice that on the 25th day of November, 1S63. John P. Foglw. as the administrator with the will annexed of John Slaught lata of Monroe County, deceased, dM file his petition in the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, seek ingtosell the following lands and tenements lying in Monroe County, Ohio, and of which saidj John Slaught died seized, to wit : The east part of the south west quarter of section twelve, in township six and range six; con taining one hundred and eight acres. And, also, the south east Quarter of the north west quarter of section ten, iu township four and j rauge eix; containing forty acres. Said petition will be for bearing in said Court on th 2Gth day of december, 1863. JOHN P. FOGLE, Adm s. Dec. 2, 18(J3. 4v. Sheriffs Sale. MarsJ & Wayman, a v .1 : bb against F. Day and Brothers. BY'virtue of a writ of execution to me direct ed from the court of common pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will ofier for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house, iu the town of Woodsfield, in said county, between the hours of ten o'clock, a, in., and four o'clock, p. m.. od Saturday, January 2d, 18G4, the foJIowiug described real estate, situate in said county, to wit: Towo lots n umbei n eight, ten and twenty one and a half of lot number twenty in the town of Lebanon. taken iu execution and levied upon as the property of Y. Day and Brothers at the suit of Marsh and Wayman. GEO. W. CARKOTHERS, Sheriff, M. C 0. Dec. 2, 1SG3. 4w. Sheriff's Sale. Thomas Morris, agntost W. T. Robinson. Y virtu fa writ of execution to me d irect- ed f om the court of common pleas of Mon roe county, Ohio, will olf-ir for sale at public auction, at the frout door of the court-house, in the t vn of Woodsfield, in said county, be tween the ours of leu o'clock, a. m.' and four o'clock, p. m., on S'-turday, January the. 2d, 1864, the following described real estate, situate in said connty, to wit : Town lots numbers thirty-one and eight in the town of firnysville. Taken in execution nnd levied upon as the property of W. T. Robinson at the suit of Thomas Morris. GEO. W CARROTIIERS, Sheriff, M. C 0. Dec. 2, 1SG3. 4w. Sheriffs Sale, Reuben Hawkins, ngainst Turner Freeman. BY virtue of a writ of execution to me di- reefed from the court of common pleas of Mouroe county, Ohio, I will otfer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house, la the towu of Woodsfield, in said county, between the hours of ten o'clock, a. ti., ami four o'olock, p. in., on Saturday, January the 2, 1854. the following described real estate, situate in said county, to wit ; Lot uumber forty-seven in the town of Stafford Taken in execution and levied upon as the nronertv of Turner Freeman at the suit of Reuben Hawkins. GEO. W. CARROTHERS, Sheriff, Bi: C. O. Dec. 2, 1 t-3 4w. Sheriffs Sale. Jmes Porter, Alexander Dorter and others. BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Afonroe County, Ohio, I will offes for sale at public auction, at the frout door of the court house, in the town of Woodsfield, in said Connty, between the hours of ten o'clook a. m., aud four o'clock p. in , on Saturday January the 2d, 1864. the following described real estate, situate in said connty, to wit . The north west quarter of the south west qnarte of section twenty-three, township seven, range seven, in Monroe Connty, Ohio. Taken in execution and levied upon as the property of Alexander Porter and others at the suit of James Porter. GEO. W. CARROTHERS, Sheriff, M. C. O. December 2d 1863 4 . OYSTER SALOON. rPHB undersigned having fitted up his Sa J. loon (over J. W. Walton's Store) is now prepared to furnish his customers with the delicious Bivalves. Also, BOLOGNA SAUSAGE, CHGESE, Ac, Smoking & Chewing Tobacco. Fresh Oysters received daily by Ex press. MARTIN BAKER. Nov. 18f 183. tf. I SHERIFF'S sale, Elisabeth Ross, acrainst Harvy Curtis. BY virtue of a writ of execution to me direc ted from the court of common pb-as of Mon roe country, Ohio. I will oiler for sale at pub lic auction, at the front door of the court house, in the tcwn of Woodsfield, in said county, between the bonis of ten o'clock, a iu., and 4 o'cloca. p. m., ou Saturday, January the 2nd, 1S64. the following described real estate, situate in said county, to wit : The north part of the south east quarter of thb north east quarter of section twelve, towuship five and range stvsn, containing twenty-four acres more or less. Also, the north west quarter of" the north west quarter of section seven, township five. and range seven, containing forty ac-es more or less. Taken in execution and levied npon as the property of Harvey Curtis at the suit of Elizabeth OSS. . GEO. W. CAKROTHERS; Sheriff, M. C. O. Dec. 2, 1SG3. iw. MIZEHIFF'S SALE, John W. Wheeler, ngainst John Wf "Wheeler & al Trustees of M. ; Church, called Miller Chapel. BY virtue of a writ of execution to me direct ed from the court of common pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court-house, in the iown of Woodsfield, in said County, between the hours of ten o'clock, a. ir., and -4 o'clock, p., m. on Saturday, January the 2d, 1864, the following described real estate, situate in said eounty, to wit : The north part of north west quarter of section thirty- six, township four, and range six, commencing below the road leading through the lands of Joseph IlintiR at a stone souiu easi oi um grave vara; thence oro.ising the road north east eighty-eight feet to a stone; thence one hundred and sixty five feet west of north on the eat side of the grave yard to a stone; theno one hundred aud thi;ty-two feet couth of west on the north side of said grave yard to a stone; thence two hundred and three ftet east ot south ou the west side of said graveyard to the place of beginning, containing one half acre more or less. Taken in execution an 1 levied npon as the property of the M. E. Church, called Miller's Chapel. GEO. W. CARROTHEHS, Sheriff, M.C. O. Dec. 2, 1S63. 4w. Sheriff s Sale. George H. Davenport, against Matthew Daughrty. BY virtue of a irrit of execution to me di rected, from the Court of Common Pleis of Monroe Connty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the court house, in the town of Woo l-sfield, in said county, between the hours often o'clock, a. m. and four o'clock, p. M., on Saturday, January the 2d, 1SH4. the following real estate, situate in said coun ty, to wit : The south west quarter of the south west iiuarler and the north west quarter of the south west quarter of section thirty-two, in township four, of rauge five. Alse a paat ol the east half of the north east quarter- of sec tion one, iu township live of rauce six. con taining twenty-four acres more or less. Also the south east quarter of the the south east quarter of section two, township five, and range six, containing forty acres more or less. Taken in execution aud levied upon as the property of Matthew Daugherty at the suit of Ueoige H. Davenport. GEO. W. CARROTHERS, Sheriff, M. C. O. Dec. 2, 18C3.-4w. SHEKIF'S SALE. Joseph Gi vens against William Carmichaol BY virtue of a writ of execuliou to me direct ed from the court of common pleas of Mon ioc county, Ohio, I will of oiler for sale at pub lic auction, at the front door of the court house, in the town of Wooodsfield, in said countv, between the hours of ten o'clock, a. ni., and & o'clock, p. in., on Saturday, Januaay 2d, 1864. the following described real estate, situate in said county, to wit: The north east quarter of the south east quarter of section seven in township six, ot range seven, containing forty aores more or less. Also, the north west quarter of the south ; west quarter oi sectiou one in towusnip six, of range seven, containing forty acres more ! or less, ! Taken iu execution and levied upon as the property of William Caiuiichael at the suit. of Joseph Uivens. GEO. W. CARROTHERS, Sheriff, M. C. O, Doc 2, 1863. iw. Sheriff's Sale. Joseph Abbot, against Benjamin Hamilton. BY virtue of a writ of execution to me di rected from the court of common pleas of Montoe couuty, Ohio, I will olfer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house, in the town of WoodsBeld, in said connty, between the hours of ten o'clock, a. mi and four o'clock, p. in., on Saturday, Januarg the 2d, 18GJ-, the following described real estate, situate iu said county, to wit: Thirty-three acies on the north part of the north east quarter in sectiou eleven, town ship three, aud range live, bounded as fol lows : On the east by the section line divid- I ing sections live and eleven- on the north by the lauds of James Ayres, on the west by lands of Samuel Gilmore, on the west by lands of James Ridgway and John Hamilton and J. P. Bryant- Also, sixty-six acres in the south east quar ter of section twelve, township three and range five, bounded as follows,,: on the east by section line dividing sections six and twelve, on the north by lands of Joseph Gar rett, on the west by lands of Samuel Gilmore and on the south by the sectiou liue between sections eleven and twelve. Taken in execution and levied upwn as the property of Benjamin Hamilton at the suit of Joseph Abbot. GEO. W. CARROTHKP8, Sheriff, M. C. O. Dec. 2, 1SG3. 4w. Xj Ail kmds of l'roduce ti? ken in exehange for this paper SHERIFF'S SALE. Zimmerman and Jenkins, against William Henning, BY virtue of a writ of execution to me di rected from the Court ot common pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, 1 ill offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the court house, in the town of Woodsfleld, in said county, between the hours of ten o'clook, a. m., and four o'clock, p. in., on Saturday, January the 2nd, 1804. the following described reai estate, situate in said county, to wit : The north ess quarter of lot no. 32; the east part of lot no. 33 and the one fourth of lot number forty, in the town of Calais. Taken in execution and levied upon as the property ot William Henning at the suit of! Zimmerman and Jenkins. GEO. W. C A EB OT II E IIS, Sheriff, M. 0. O Dec. 2, luG3.4w. SHERIFFS SALE. Yanlaw & Alexander, against William Mellott, BY virtue of a writ of execution to me di rected from the Court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale :tt nublic auction, at the frout door of the court house, in the town of Woodsfield, ill said i county, between the hours of ten o'clock, a ' m., and 4 o'clock, p. m., on Saturday, January the 2d, 1864. I the following described property, to wit : ! The east half of the south ea?t quarter of section twenty -one, in township four of range : four containing seventy-four acres more or j Ie8jf, . . 3 j Taken in execution and levied upon as tile nronertv of William Mellott at the suit of Vaulaw and Alexaader. GEO. W. CAR ROTH ERS, Sheriff, M. C. O. Deo. 2, 18G3 4w. Master louimissif ner's ale. John N. Tomlinson. against Thomas Gillespie and others. BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer tor sale at Public auction, at the front door at the Court House, iu the town of Woodsfield in said Ccnnty, on Saturday the 2Qih day of Decemcer, JfoBS, the following real estate, situate iu Afonroe County, Ohio, to wit: The north east quarter of section twenty- seven, township three, range four, excepting eighty acres thereof sold by Samuel Jones to Abraham Jones, Beginning at the north east corner of said ouarter. thence tonth one bun- drcd and sixty-one and a half pcles to a stake, thence north twenty-one decrees east sixtv-tbree poles to a stake, thence north va'u?' a"a PM l,0,,lar stvlHS fnr Particular lo. tweuty-five poles to a stake, thence east four-: calu,es ,of CollntT. hnt he helps the tea hut teen poles to a srake. thence north seventy-1 BR to choose out of their enormous stock two poles to a stake on the section line, thence I fn h te3S as aro be9t ailted to particu east sixty three poles to the pla e of begin-1 ar wa'lts,' and not enly this, but Points out to ning; And also excepting thirty acres from hlm the be!,t gams. said north east qrtarter sold by Samuel Jones It is easy to see the incalculable advantage to George Walters and bounded ou the east ; a Tea .Buyer has in this establishment over by lands of Samuel Coleman, on the north ! all others. by lands of William Afyers; Also the follow-1 If he ts no judge of Tea, or the Market, if ing tract : beginning f r the same at the south j his time is valuable, he has all the benefits west corner ot the south east quarter of t' of a well-organized system of doing business, south west quarter of section twenty-eight in ; of an immense cadital, of the judgment of a township three, range four, thence east to th; middle of MeDonal'a run, thence northward; wuu uie meai.aer.ngs o, a,a run io vne noun line of said quarter, thence west to the oor- tion line to the place of beginning, containing' tlfty acres except the school house site, Also the following tract, beginning for thu fame twenty rods from the north west corner of the: north east qur.rfor of section twenty-seven, i in township three and range four, thence east with the section line eventy-one a:id four-i tenth rods to a white oak Stump,' thence south seventy-two and two-tenth rods, thence ; west fourteen and two tenh rods, thence1 iab ill frtnrf rnrlairt a btntiA ilirwA unrtli fifty tlegrees, east forty-seven and seven tenth roris to a sveamore tree, tnence norm seventy-i one decrees west twenty-ane rods, l pence north to the place of beginning, containing thirtv acres. JOEL P. RANDOLPH. Mas. Com. Monroe County Common Pleas Nov. 25, 1863. 4v. Muster Commissioner's Sale, j BY virtue of a mandate from the Qourt of; Common Pleas of Aonroe County, Ohio, on Saturday, (he VMh Day of Dec. 1863, j at the front door of th coutt-bou-e, at i Woodsfield. in said county; at lawful hours, I shall offer lot number twent ( 20 ) in the town of Cl&ringtan, in said county, with . ali the buildings and improvements, for sale j at public auction, the same having been or-' dered by said Court to be sold at the uit of I Thomas Hope against Solomon V. Wheele' and wife, to satisfy a mortgage by them ado to him. Appraisemedt 933 83- EDWARD ARCHBOLD, oct. 11, 1863 4w Mas. Com. M. C. 0. Road Notice. V PETITION will be presented to the Co -misnioners of Monroe County, Ohio, at their December sessioe, 1SG3, praying for an alteration in the Connty Road on Long Ridg? thro' gh the lands of Charles SMngwald, be ginning at the liDe between the lands of Ed ward Coulter's heirs and said Sinjwaldl thei'ce through said Siugwald's laud to or near tho line of Job Pearsall in Ohio Town ship in said county. CHARLES SINGWALD. Nov. 4,lS(;3-5wpd. Sheriff's Sale, George II. Davenport, against Jonathan Uphold. BY virtue of a writ of execution to me direct ed from the court of common pleas of Afon roe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at pub lie auction, at the front door of the court ! guisbea p.'ysiaian ana pnuantnropist s name house, in tho town of Woodsfield, iu said i are in the highest possible repute all over county, between the hours of ten o'clock, a. ! the world; but we have only had an op m., and four o'clock, p. m., on ' portunity to witness the effect of the Pills. a . 7 7 o; 10,11 It gives us pleasure to testify to their effica- Saturdau, January 2d, 1S04, i j , " J ' .ley- In dyspepsia aud liver complaints they the following described real estate, situate in i unquestionably work tho most marvelous said county to wit : cures. Nay, we will even eo so far as to say The south west quarter of the south east j that, with this remedy within their reach, no quarter; also tho southwest quarter of the I man nor women need ever be troubled with east quarter in section thirty two township i d spepsia. The pills remove the distress at three and range five; containing fifty-four , the stomach, and restore the strength and ap. acres more or less. j petite with a rapidity that is really asionish- 7 aken iu execution and levied upon as tho j ing. The curative action seems to be the property of Jonathan Uphold at the suit of George H. Davenport. GEO. W. CARROTITERM," Sheriff, M. C. O. Dec. 2, 1863. 4w. Attention, Volunteers ! For the derangements of the sytem incident to the change of diet, Wounds, Eruptions, and ex posures which every volunteer is "liable, there are no remedies so safe, convenient and reli able as HALLOWAY'S PILLS and OINTMENT 25 cents per box. z A M EW MAGAZISIE, FOR THE LADIES. The subscribers would beg leave to call the attention of their friends and the public to the NE W MAGAZINE which they are about tt issue, and the January number of which is noarly ready. The uamc will be THE LADY'S FRIEND, and it will he devoted to choice Literature and the illustration of the Fashions, It will also contain the latest patterns of Cloaks, Caps. Bonnets, Iead Dresses. Fancy Work, Embroidery, &c, Sec, with Receipts, Music, and other matters inter eating to ladies generally. A HANDSOME STEEL ENGRAV ING and a COLORED STEEL FASH ION PLATE will illustrate every num ber; besides well executed Wood Cuts. illustrative of Stories, Patterns, &c, too numerous to mention. The January num ber will contain a beautiful Steel Engrav ing, designed expressly for this Magazine by Schcusselc, and called GABRIEL WILKIE'S RETURN. This handsome Steel Plate illustrates a stcry of love, war, and a broken engage ment, by Miss Eleanor C. Donnelly, and will be of itself, we trust, worth the price ot' the number. TI1I0 LADY S FRIEND will beedi- ted by Mrs, HENRY PETERSON, the Contributors are Mrs Henry Wood and a nost 0f the best writers of the day. Its price is two dollars a year, to Clubs, two copies one year S3, four copies S6. eight copies and one to the getter up of olub 12, Invariably cash in advance, The Publisher also offer a Premium of one of Wheeler & Wilson's Sowing Machines . . , .n valued at forty-four do lars to any person sending them thirly subscribers and Sixty Dollars cash, Specimen numbers will be sent gratuitously (when written for) to those desirous of procuring subscribers address DEACON & PETKRSON No. C19 Walnut St. Philadclpha. THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY ! 51 VKSEY STREET, NEW YORK ; Since its organization, has created a new era in the history of Wholesaling Teas in this Coun'v- They have introduced their selections of TEAS aud are selling them at not over Twn (H'VTO f v i. n n ' . i A " " vj,xo u; per iw a wove VOSl. Never deviating from the oxe thick asked. - .. . i . Another peculiarity of the Company Is that tieu T,8A tastek not only devotes his time to i tU? f,J';t'" '"' TEAS as to quality, trokbsSioxai, tea taster, and the knowledge of sup. rior snlesmen. , Thu enables a1, Ta hllrmno lnattpr if u are thoasau(ls of mnes from this Mar- -to purchase on as good terms beieas the New York merchants. chief. Taking, night and' morning, H oi 8 Parties can order Teas and will be served ! pil'-s, to cool the system aud prevent intiam by us as well lis though they came themselves. I mation. Everv Soldiers Knapsack and Pesmnn's weights, and tares; and the Teas are War rantek as represented. We issus a Price List of the CompanyV Teas, which is sent to all who order it, com prising ; Hyson, Young Hyson, Impe- penal, U-uripowfler, Twankay, and Skin. OOLONO. BOCrCHONfJ, ORANGE k nVSON JhM'lvn. li5A Of everv dcscriD- - tion, colored and nncolored. This list has each kind of Tea divided into FOUR Classes, namely: CrtRGO, nic.ti CARGO. J'i.ne. FINEST, that every one may understanl from description and the pkicks annexe. t that the Company are determined to undersell the whole Tea trade. We OOARKTRB to sell ALL our Teas at sot over TWO CENTS (.02) per pound a hove cost. believing this to be attractive to the many who have heretofore been paying Enormous Profit. GRET AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, Importers ami Jobber, No 51 Vesey Street, New York, sept. 16, 18!i3-3m. Swarming of tho Hives, Medical CONSOLATION POR THE SIC C. Considerintr the enormnns number of nnnn M. D.'s that our medical colleges turn on"t every year, we certainly ought, (if there be any virtue in 1 regular physicking,"' to be a mucli healthier people than we are. But tho bills of mortality do not shorten as the list of doctors lengthens. Quite the reverse ! H c we say, then, with if ac both : "Throw physic to the dogs, I'll none of it?" No, that will not do. Nature, when attacked by dis ease, needs an ally to sustain her. An ali y, remember ; not a depleting sgent, that helps tho disease aud exausts her energies. We verily believe that most of the diugs admin istered in acufe diseases have this effect I Such, however, la not the operation of one ! irwidiuine now generally used in this country !tor compiaims oi m sxomacn, nver, ana : bowels. We mean Holloway'o Pills. Of course our readers are aware that both the Ointment and Pills which bear that distill same in all cases, without reference to age, constitution or sex. Such, at least is the conclusion to which onr experience and ob servation point N. Y. Advocate. XOTICF. I hereby give notice that a note given by me to Nelson Harper, for 8l.r dated. December 1), 1SU3 was obtained fraudu lently, and that I will not pay the same. JOSEPH MArBERRY. Deo. 16, 1863: 2mpd. FRIENDS AND RELATIVES OF THE Brave Soldiers and Sailors, HOLLOWAY-S PILLS AND OINTMENT. All who have friends and relatives in tha Army or Navy should take special care that they be amply supplied with these Pills and and Ointment; and where the brave Soldiars aud Sailors have neglected to provide them selves with them, no better nresent can be sent them by their friends. They hava 6een proved to be the Soldier's never-failing friend in the hour of need. Coughs and Colds Affecting Troopt. Will be sj eedily relieved and effectually cured by using these medicines, and by pay ing proper attention to the directions which are. attached to each Pot or Box. SICK HFADACHES AND WANT OF APPE J.TTE, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS. Those feelings which, so sadden us usually arise from trouble or annoyances, obstructed perspiration, or eating and drinking whatev er is unwholesome, thus disturbing the healthful action of the liver and stom ach. These organs must be relieved, if you desire to be wall. The pills, taken according to the printed instructions, will quickly pro duce a healthy action in both liver and stom- ach. and, as a natural consequence, a clear WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED BY OVER FATIGUE Will soon disappear by the use of these in valuable Pills, and the Soldier will quickly acquire strength. Never let the bowels be either confined or unduly aeted upon. It may seem strange, that Holloway's Pills sho'd b recommended for dysentery and Flux, many persons supposing that they would in- e.rease the relaxation. This is a creat mis- 1 1 for thC3s Pl,ls corrrut, tbe ,iv7 stomach, ana inus remove a i me ncnu nu-v mors from the sytem, however deranged, while health aud strenth follow as a matter of course. Nothing will stop Cue re axatiou of the Bowels so sure as this famous medi cine. VOLUNTEERS, Attention ! Indiscretions of Youth ! Sores and Ulcers, Blotches and Swellings, can with certainty be radically cured, if the fills are taken night and morning, ami the Ointment Im freely used as stated in the printed instructions, j er manrier they dry n If treated in any oth- dry up in oue part and break out in another. Whereas this Ointment remove the humors from the system, and leave the Patient a vigorous and halthy man. It will with a little perseverence in bad cases to insure a lasting cure. FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED BY BAYONET, Sabre, or the Bui lot, Sores or Bruises. To which every Soldier and Sailor are lia- ble. bere are no medicines so sate, sure and convenient, as Halloway's Pills and Ointment, j VfOTICE is hereby given that the undrijn Tbe poor wounded and almost dying sufferer j J. ed Administrator oftbeestate of Joseph might hav his wounds dressed immediately, if he would only provide himself with this matchless Ointment, which should b thrnst I into thw wonnd Rnd reared aU then covered with a l-iece of linen round it. from hi bandker- knapsack and com pit ssed with a j Chest should be provided with these valuable 1 Remediss. CAUTION UNoim are genuine unless tWJ'1?'"1 payweati, words "Hoi.lowav, Nrw York am. Lom.o.n," j l tUo tisfavtion ni thw un- j are discernible as a Watkr-mark in every j der3l5,ua- i leaf of the book of thiectlons aiound eacn I pot or box; the same may be plainly seen by J holding the leaf to the light. A hansom- ! reward will be given to any one rendering sfMh information as may lead to the deteo tion of any party or parties rountr i fritirg i .i.. ,..,i;. nr veiidinir 'ibe ukk knowinar j 1.1. .... . Q , f ( tnpm to be spurious. Sold at the Manufactory of Professor IIol'sowat, SO Maiden Lano, New York and by j all respectable Drugcists and Healers in Med- icinr throughout the civilued worl, in pets at "rc. 62c. and 41 each. ggTThere is a considerable saving by tak ng the larger sizes. Bf. 3. Directions for the guidance of pa tients, in everv disorder, are affixed t each box. April 30, 1863. Fairbanks' Scales. Weighed in the balance of a just criticism, all are obliged to aliuit that Fail banks' 5csKs are, without exception, tho best ever invented. We know whereof we affiim, be- I cause we have tested their value, aud are fully satisfied of their superior merits. The introduction of these scales has wrought a revolution in the transactions of various bu- i siness, and their accuracy is such that a uni formity iu weights has been established all over the country, thus making them a Na - tional uOALiaar Stakdako. Nor are they confined to the United States; they have found their way to almost every part of the civilie' ed world, and are adapted to tho standards of all countries, so that it may be said, all na tions, if lot "weighed iL these balances," at least weigh by them Hunt's Merchant t M a i z i Eleanor Daily's Estate. -TOTlCE is hereby trivw I -i-iwi i ,i, Mil,,)., of Oetober. 1868, appointed by the Probate Court ot Monroe County, Ohio, Administrator of the estate of Klesnor Dailv, deceased. " EL11SL HMADLEY. Nov. 4. 1S63-3W. Forwadi'ing ami commis sion Business. AT CLARINGTON, 0. rpHE undersigned having in charge New JL and Commodious Ware House, convenient to the Steam Boat Landing, solicits the pat ronage of the Public generally, who have bu siness of this branch to be attended to, with promptness aud dispatch, and at such mode rate prices as will not fail to satisfy all wh may favor me with their business. Jan. 8, 18G2 3mo PETER DILLON. BLiNSv DEEDS AND MORTGAGES FOR SALE AT THIS OFFIKC THE N ATI R DAY ETBI- inr post. The Proprietors of die Saturday Eren ing Post which paper is now in its Forty third year I would simply announc in their Prospectus for 1864, that they de sign maintaing fer their weekly the high character it has already acquired as A FIRST CLASS LITERARY PA PER I They hare good reason to believe that the stories of Mrs. Wood, Mis Bradon, Marion Harland, Miss Virginia F. Town send, and numerous other excellent wri ters, have been generally regarded as pos sessing the greatest merit and the most absorbing interes; and they design pro curing for the Post in the future as in the past, the best Stories, Sketches, and other Literary Novelties which they can possibly obtain. They intend commenc- ng in the first paper in January, A new novel by Mrs. Wood, author of East Lynne, &c, this story will be called "Oswald Gray," and will be about the length of "Vomer's Pride," and "East Lynne." In addition to the Stories written sx pressly for the Post, its editor ajao strives to lay before its readers, the best stories from the English Periodicals. They will also give a premium of a forty-five del Sewing machine, (Wheeler &, Wilson's) to any person sending them thirty tub scribers and sixty dollars. Terms cash in advance. One copy, 1 year $2,00; 2 copies, $3,00 eight copies (and one to getterup efelub) 812,00. Address, DEACON & PETERSON, No. 319 Walnut 8t. Phik'da. Sheriffs ale. James D el) bow. etal . (Order of ale op parti tion iu Court of Coin- David N Ro lgars tal - moupleas it, C. O. ' p PURSUANCE OK AN ORUKR UK lh said 1 J Court to me directed, I will olfer for sale, at public auction, at the front door,:of the Court House, in the town of H'oodslleld, on j Saturday, fhr Dfh day of January, 18C4 jat one o'clock P. f. the following dencribvd ! jeal estate situatod In Monroe county, Ohio to ;wit. forty-tw. seres of land on th south ?idr of the sontit half of onth east quarter j or section twenty-five towuship six range six , in Monroe county, Ohio. Tuinis of sale, one third of the porcha moHey to b paid on day of sale, oue third in on year and one.lhird in twi years, at six i P"r ent interest, with mortgage on rrrurfios ; sould to e-ecure deferred payiqwhts. OKO. W. CARROTHERS, Sheriff, M. C. O. Dec. 0, 18G2 Administrator e. j tluiuiliou. deceased, will offer forsale at public auctlou. on the preim-es, on Saturday, January 2d, 1864. between thu hums of inu o'clock a. u. and 4 oVsbtek p. m , on said day. tno following preiuiaes, situate iu Mouroe Couuty, Ohio, to wi : The wt half of the north 4t quarter a4 the north east quarter, of the north east quar ter of svetiou rownshio ti.-e, :ln l ra'iiah six. TERMS OPS A I. K One-third c.nh in hn4. joue-mird in one year, an t wile-third' hi two ; s.JIUMti 1.1K, I Adm'r. ol J. Hamilton. Dec. 9, 163 4w. Legal Notice. Benedict Clay plui'itiff, againt IU ieha) Criis Hannah Kelly and o.here, cme pswdiug in the Couit of Common ot Monroe Cuuntr, Onio. ... i:'i.,'t' MicLai uiiis of Baltimore in the state of marylai.d, Hannah Kelly ..f tl, saw. plc, Mis VYiUou and Sir. Wilson her huaband, Mrs Kemper and Mr Kwnner hr hn4!.nl ' ' ruw" eauu air oiown, n-r l.ubad of the Slate of Virgiuia. And M. 0. Ball John W. Ball, Anna G Ball, Kate Ba'l, Thomas B.-ll jnd Mary V Ross' of Hie state of Trxa. will j take nonce, that Benedict Clay filed on tho jiil day oi December lrtJ3, his petition aitaint At .. IP , . .. - . - t beiu iu the Couit of C uunou Pleas ot ilonroe County Ohio, slating that on the llthday of May vi7 the said Benedict Clay, purcahsod fiom Kelly Bull Jt ro., The north we.t intarter of the south east iiuarter of section twenty five in township two of Knnge four, al.-o the north east qnarter of the south west quarte of th sunie Section township, and iang Kn with Eibt acre off the south side of the south east quarter of tho north west quarter of the same section, town- ship ami ranee also about Seven aeres off tho east side of the north west quarter ot tho south ' west quarter of the snme section, township ' '1 S- u'altLnS neiy-four acres, more or i ,.,., rA.r- ....v. has paid the purchase moiiy fm said real entaio and prays the Judge of said court, to cnn.pri the defeudent to comt leie said coutravt hy making him a deed for said premise, raid Cause will be for hearing at the February term of said Court, lt4. BENEDICT CLAY Dec. 9. 1863 w. j . tooiaSWitj u . .. : j .i. . i : t , ' i . . .vl Itoart Xoticc. Notice is hereby given, that there will b a petition presented to the CooxuiMionert nf Monroe vJountv, Ohio, at their next aoiicion asking for an alteration of tho road leading from Jacob H. Hamiltons to SnicmrSld. .Said alteration to commence at or near the. new Barn of Jacob IL Hamiltons, thence to. run a westwardly directiou through, tht flttd. of said Hamilton to a white-oak tree, about 20 inches iu diameter, and standing o th south side of said road, and there to intersect the old loid and also atkiug a vacation of to much of said old road as may ho rendered unnecessary thereby. MANY PKT1TIONERS. Nov. 25, 1803. 4w fa. New Ambrotypes. THE undeisignel has fitted np a room in bis own house w lit re he is now prepar ed to take PICTURE -i at any time. AMMRO, TYPES copied and n ted and put up in LOCK, ETS. D. M THOMAS, Arti,t, May 20. lf53, f? IU 1'