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Itocal tttllt0ence. AMVEHTIHIXO Hu enlarged many a small business; Has revived man' a dull business; lias i;tved many a failing business; lias preserved many a larpe business; lias created many a new business. TRY IT. rtOTICE.- Annonoement of marriages nd deaths containing six liars or loss, we pub lish free of charge, and willte much obliged I our friends throughout the county if they will forward them to as. Five cents per line will be charged for all above six lines on all Obituary Notices. C. O, R. R. TIME TABLE, FOR STATIONS IN BELMONT CO. Took- arrsot Bcnbat, Octobkr 30, 18i4. Going East. No. 3 No. 1 Express Express Abritbs. Going West No. No. . Kxpress Express Leaves. a. m r. at. 8,1 5 Barnes ville A, . 8,15 8,0 7,51 7.44 7.34 7,23 7.U 6,5 P. M. 10,16 10,0ft 951 9,44 9,34 9,23 ,12 M5 ,36 J ,46 8.2 ,62 8,37 Burtons 3arr's Mill Belmont Lewis' Mill Warnock's Glencee Bellaire ),2 .6i i06 10,25 8,41 8,61 9.0 9,12 9,40 lt,4 Depend upon this table until further notice. MT- Blank Township Bonds for Bounty Fond, for Sale at this Office. ' K&.Th leasing business in this Coun ty is likely to "play out" soon; but it w ill be some time before it is "run into the ground" m Found Drvwued. On the 20th of February the body of a man was found floating in the Ohio river a short distance above Bares villa. An inquest was held by Squire Meuhle man and a verdict of drowned returned. .He bad on a soldier's blue ever coat, caaHuere vest and pants a net jacket and crossbarred flannel shirt. From his ap pearance he was supposed to be of Irish descent. Knabe Pianos Williams & Wkst have baea appoint ed special Aleuts for Knabe's Grand adSq(JARK Pianos, for Monroe County. Uhio. We would call the at tentioa of oar friends throughout the County, wishing to purchase, to the above named celebra ted instrument. Call at the Spirit Oflice and examine cuts and prices, and certifi cates of excellence from Thaubbrg. OOTTSCHALK, STRAKOSCn, SaTTER AND VuiLXTKMPS. As also from a large num ber sjI the most distinguished Artists and Amateurs of this country. EvEny Piano Fully Guaranteed For .Five Tbars. See special notice in another-column. Spring Flection. The Democrats of every Township, and especially'of those in which the parties are nearly equally divided, should nomi nate a 'good Township tickef, and vote it to a man. If the success of a State ticket is of great importance, the success of a Township ticket is of some import auoe. Let there be no bolting, no split ting tickets, but vote the whole ticket, scratched. There. should be a full turn out, espe cially in Franklin and Salem. The lead i'ig Democrats in those Townships should bestir themselves, .have a good ticket nominated, and use some exertion to have as full a vote of the party aa possible. We don't want to lose a Township officer in the County, and if tho Democrats will take a little pains wa will not. Two Monroe County Boys Hanged by the Rebels. A private letter received here from the 25th Ohio regiment, states that two men from this vicinity, laaao Johnson and John Collins have been hanged by the Rebels. They were out foraging and were captured by Wheeler's cavalry. A short time afterward our cavalry passing along tanroad found them both hangiag to a tree, nearly stripped of elothing. This atrocity is worthy only of the most fiend ish savages. Proceeding of the Commis sioner" At the session of the Commissioners bald last week, the following among oth er proceedings were had: M. Hoeeflkr's bond aa Auditor was accepted. He was sworn, and entered upon his duties, for his second term. Two hundred dollars were appropriated toward building a bridge across Opossum ereek at Nlsperly's mill. Settlement was made with the Treas urer. Balances found all right. One mill tax was levied for road pur poses; provided, if the pending bill before the Legislature pass, then three mills shall be levied, as it provides. Bargains in Jewelry. Wa would refer our readers to the advertisement of Messrs Forsyth B & Co., in another col umn. They offer superior inducements to those in want of anything in their line. Now '.hat Greenback are to scarce and Gold so chert p, would it aot be well for those in want of any article in their list to order it from them? We are assured bf a friend who baa personally examined their goods that they are just as repre rented in their advertisement. Sand fer circular. THE NEWS. Louisville, March 5 The Nashville passenger traia was detained four hours tram injury by the freshet aa Barren River. The river here is rising rapidly, and a flood is apprehended. The bridges at Anticup, Tana:, were washed away, that over Stoue River Was moved five leet. The trestles at New Haven are in dan ger. The oldest man in Wisconsin, need 100, was lately married to a widow of 88. Heo.O It; Valladigham having been j mentioned in connection with the office of Governor, the Dayton (O ) Empire an- j nounces that under no circumstances will he consent to be a candidate. Pennsylvania produced 5,572,024 bush el of rye and buckwheat last year. Only five revolutionary pensioners are now living. It 18 said that in consequence of its ill effects, a resolution will soon be offered in the Senate of the United Stales, ex pelling from its rooms intoxicating liquors. The killed and wounded by railroad accidents since New Year's already figures np a total of six hundred and two ! sixty one deaths, and the rest wounded and maimed: The accidents last week alone added eight ta a total of forty-five during the year. A Daughter of John C. Breckinridge who has been attending school at Louis ville, Ky., is to be sent through the rebel lines to her father. y Sherman is said to be within sixty miles of Wilmington. Tbe Richmond papers express the belief that Grant will attack Lee's lines around Richmond as saon as the weather will per mit. The rebels believe that Grant has sent all his cavalry from the Armies of the Potomac and James ta Sheridan, in the Shenaadoah Valley. The Ohio Legislature. Monday, March 6. SENATE. MORNING SESSION. Mr. Gunckel, in the absence of both the President and President pro tern., was called to the chair. Prayer bv Rev. O. Alloa. Mr. Wickham presented a remonstrance against increasing the salaries of State of- j ficers. Numerous bills were read the second I time, referred to the committee of the Whole, and made the order of the day for this day. Recess. AFTERNOON SESSION. On motion of Mr. Converse, the Senate went into committee of the Whole on Several bills, and spent the greater part of the session therein. Mr. Iinng offered the following joint resolutions: Whereas, Since the outbreak of the present war, the people have been tid i from the pulpit and from the rostrum. I and made to believe that God is on our j side, and that our army and navy are 1 fighting on tho side of Gd; and Whereas, President LbifMjIn, in his late inaugural address to the people of the United States, speaking of the war between the sections, uses tha following language, viz: "Both reac'. the same Bible and pray to the sanie God, and each invokes His aid !, nt. the other;" j and again, "The prayers of both should i not be answered: that of neither has been , answered fully. The Almighty has" His own purposes," eet., and Whereas, It is, therefore, not very clear on which side of this war God is; and ia order to avoid the great calamity 1 that might otherwise befall us as a peop'e, if it should be found that we are fighting on the side of God's enemies and against ; Him and His friends, thereby incurring , the vengence of His wrath upon us antl j our children, and that we might be ena bled in His own good time to know what , the purposes of the Almighty really are j in this respeet, so that we may not rush j headlong against, and thwart the plans and purposes of God; therefore, Resolved, by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the President ot the United States be, and be is hereby requested, without delay, to adopt such means, rules and regulations, as will tend to an immediate cessation of hostilities, "by water and by laud," preventing fur ther shedding of blood; stop all further proceedings in the pending draft (except removing all frauds in the assignments of quotas); and meanwhile to press forward with all the powers of the Government such measures as will tend to secure peace to the country, the Union af the States, the maintenance of the Constitution, and the enforcement of the laws, as wise and enlightened statesmanship and true pat riotism may dictate, until the will of God herein shall be truly and fully ascer tained at W aahingtou; and that thereupon the President shall issue bis proclamation in that behalf to the people of tbe United States, tbat they, having due and timely notice thereof, may govern themselves accordingly, iio mote it be I Rtnolvtd, That a copy hereof be fer warded by tbe Governor af Uhio to the President of the United States. The question being upon the adoption of the resolutions, Mr. Gunckel moved that they be indefinitely postponed. On this motion the vote stood: Yeas Messrs. Bates. Cennell, Cran or, Gunckel, Howells, Jamison, Martin, McKenzie, Pattoa, Stanbery, Stanton Stevenson, West, Wickbam, Williamson. Wilson 16. Nays Messrs. Converse Lang, O'Con nor, Willett 4. So tbe resolutions were indefinitely postponed, and the Senate adjourned. 1 ''mmmmsmmmmsmmmmtmxmmmmmmnemsm OrdcF of Attachment. J. Way Pltff ") Before Thomas n: V Martin J. P. of Beth- James Robbison Deft, j el Tp. Monjoe Co., O. On the 25th day of Febmarv ie5. said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above notion for the sum of Fifteen dollars. Said action will b" for hearing orj Saturday th lid day of April 1865 at 10 oVIne A. M. of said dar- J. WAY. March 1.1. 1665 3w, Correspondence. Senate Chamber, Columbus, O. March 7, 18U5. j Spirit : I send you ta-day a copy of tha resolutions introduced in the Senate yes terday in relation to the President's mes sage, by Judge Long of Seneca County. There was quite a stir ami n the Re publican members duriug; the reading at' i i tne resolutions, and then they gave them the benefit of their supreme contempt. On last Friday, Cermeli, (Republican), offered a resolution, declaring the 4th of' March a National Holiday, pad adjourn ing the Senate over until Monday. As we passed through the morning business on the 'Jd of February, Washington's birth -day. before we adjourned, we iiiougut best to follow the precedent as to the 4:h of March. The morning of the 4th came. The morning business was passed through in the Senate, when Mr. .Jamison (Kep ) in troduced his resolutions, declaring the day a National holiday, and, in fulsome adulation, elevating Lincoln far above Washington (?) This was too much for the member from Monroe, and he imme diately gave notice that he would discuss the resolutions. The effact of which was to lay them on the table under the rules. A motion was immediately made ta sus pend the rules and act upon the resolu tions new which was, of course, carried. The member from Monroe was again on his feet, and commenced the discus sion of the resolutions. From his man ner it was evident that it would be long after the 4tb had passed before they could get a vote on their pet measure ; and as all parties were suffering for dinner, he gave way for a motion to adjourn. So the Senate adjourned, leaving the resolu tions on the table. Not a flag floated over tbe State House during tho entire day, and none were seen turoughout the city, except the old tattered apologies at the various recruit ing stations; so the day passed in gloom among the admirers of Abraham and yesterday they were more gloomy, when they read his messages and tho following account in the Ohio State Joorn.il. writ ten by the Editor at Washington, of the inauguration ceremonies : "Vice President Hamlin delivered an appropriate address, and declared the Senate expired, and introduced Mr. John son, who, before taking the oath, made a speech, inappropriate and unworthy the place and occasion, and which is bitterly criticised by friends." Poor Andy was, na doubt, "drunk, as usual." The (104) Section of tho election laws, found eu page 548-9 of vol. 1, of the Statutes, which prohibits persons from vnting who have a visible admixture of African blood, ".was this day repealed by the General Assembly of Ohio. The 7th day of March, 18C5, will be made a national holiday by all the darkies throughout the land Glorious day th it a!lawi them, or on which was rjuiranteea to them, by the General Assembly oi Ohio, the privilege to step up to the poll, at all elections, and elbow the while atain aside and deposite their sooty vo'tes.at This is certainly a progressive f:e. ard such progress as this was never dreamed of in the days of Washington, Adams, Jefferson. Madison, Monroe and Jackson. When men commence serving the Soorv Rack they are apt to go head In ug comment is unnecessary. O'C R. MARRfAGKS. Married On the 9th day of March 1865, by H. T. Mitchell, Esq., Mr. Hughs Cleog and Miss M aroakrv Ann Echols, nil of Groen Towuship, Monroe County, Ohio. On the 9th of February, by Leonard Twinum Esq., Mr. William fAseo and Miss Sarah W. Morrow, all of this County. On the 2d inst.' by the same, Mr. Jesse Win land and Miss Nancy Hick man, all of this County. Legal Notice. i)ENJAMIN RING, a non-resident of the ) State of Ohio, will take notice that on tbe 11th day of March 1805. F. A. Lamping ti e 1 a petition in the Court of Common leas of Monroe County, Ohio, against him, asking judgment on a promissory note for the sum ot $113 with interest from September 27, 162, and for the sale of lauds to satisfy said claim. Baid Ring is required to answer said petition on or before the Third Saturday after the 19th day of April 1865. F. A. Lamping. March 15, 1865 6w. Legal Notice. In the Probate Court of Monro; County, Ohio. John C. Edington, Administrator of the Estate of W. C. Edington, deceased, against Naney Kenny and Frederic Kenny her hus band, Thornton C, Edington, Benjamin K. Edington and others, heirs of William C. Edington. deceased. BKNJAMIN F. EDINGTON who is a non resident of the State of Ohio, is hereby notified that said Administrator, on the 16th day of March, A. D. 865, tiled in the Probate Court of said Couuty of Monroe, his petition, the object and prayer of which petition is to obtain au order of said Conrt, to sell the fol lowing Real Estate, belonging to said Wm. C. Edington at his death, to pay the debts of said estate,-to Wit: The south west quarter of the north west quarter of section seven, in township five, ol range six, iu the late Marietta land Dutriut. John C. Edington, Administrator of Wm. C. Edington, Dec'd. Match 15, lit)54w. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given, that the subscriber was, on the 24tk day of February 18B5, ap pointed by the Probto Court of Mouroa County, Ohio. Administrator of th Estate.ot J M. Boyd, deceased. J. N. MITCHELL, Adm'r. March 16, 1865 Tw. pd. FIXES a A 1 ISHEW E7 30 I will offer at Public Voodne. on the 23rh day or Marh. Sixtv iieati of Fink Spanish Ewks, together with other Stiipk, aud Farming utensils. JOfclAH BARNES. Match 8, IS-ju, rr Facts About the 7-30s The Advantages they offer. THEIR ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Nearly all active credits are now based on Government securities, and banks hold them as tho very best and strongest investment, they can make If it were possible to ucntemplate th6 finan cial failure of the Government, no bank wonld be any saler. If mouey is loaned on imli vi.lnal notes or Vond and mortgage, it Will be payable in the same currency as the Qnvemmenl navs with, and no better. Th. linriitp-nt nover has raile1 to meet its en gag.-ments. and the national debt is a tirsi uiiirtgage njTn the whole property of the nonntry W b lr o-her sto.k. fl uctnate from j ... . . . erument 'storks are always comparatively ! BK IS B X(i BOXDS, Usui. Their value hi liked and reliable, be. , vond all other securities, for while a th., ; Tbeee bond, are .now wo-th a prem.um of sand speculative bubbles rise and burst, a j nine per cent ., including pold interest from a rule they are never below par, and are oftifa j Morember, which makes the actual profit on tJt)ove- (be 7-30 loan, .at current rates, including Its Liber a t. Tnthhest The general 'rate'. . , .boot ten t)er cent, per anuum f t. ..iv ...it cotlt ngvnKIa jimnnllv , T .u , l his is seven ana inras-wsHB, jmyauie semi annually. If yon lend on mortgage, there Mrsicir-Ai. taxation, which am-s from ojtf to must be a serching of titles, lawyers' fees, itukek psa cfnt. morf, according, to the rat stamp duties and delays, aud will finally ievjei on other property. The interest h money von would receive from the Oov-rn havo returned to yon only me same kiuq or ment, and less of it. If you invest in this loan you have no trouble. Any bank or banker will obtain it for y ou without charge. To each note or bond are affixed five "coupons'' or interest tickets, due at the expiration of each successive half year. The bolder of a note haa simply to cut off one of these cou pons, present it to the nearest bank or Gov ernment Agency and receive his interest; the note itself need not he presented at all. Or a coupon thus payable will everywhere be equivalent, ween due, to money. If you wish to borrow ninety oents on tbe dollar upon the notes, yon havo tho highest security in the market to do it with. If you wish to sell, it 'vill bring within a fraction of cost and interest at any moment. It will be very handy to have in the honse. It Is Cosvektiblk into a six per cent gold bearing bond. At the expiration of three years a holder of the notes of the 7.30 Loan has the option of accepting payment in full or of funding his notes in a six percent, gold interest bond, the principal payable in not less than five, tior more than twenty years from its date, as the Government ni;iy elect. These bonds aroiield at such a premium as to noaxe this privilege now worth two or three j per ceat per anunro, and adds so mn U to j the interest. Notes of the same class, issued . . . ntu- . . .....l.) three years ago, are now selling at a rate that fully proves the correctness of this staiement. Irs Exemption From State Ois .Vcmcipal i Taxatiun But aside from all the advan- tages we have enumerate, a spec-iai ct oi j oneress exempts all Donis ami treasury notes from (peal taxation. On the average this exemption is worth about two per c-nt. per annum, according to the rate ot taxation in various parts of the country. IT 13 A NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK.-while ih'-s loan presents great advantages Jo large capitalists, it offers special indue roents to ihose who wish to make a safe aud profitable investment of small saviDgs. It is iu every way the best Savings' Bank; for every iusli 'ution of this kind mtibt somehow invest its .li-posit.s rofitably in order to pay interest aw! expenses. They will invest largely in M limn as tha bet investment. Bnt from liiiiM derinct largely for the expenses of the imiik. Their usual rate of interest allowed to depositors is 5 per cent, nvon snras over $H)0. The portion who iuveits directly with wuh Government will receive alroo.t !i) per e-nt. more. Thas. the man who deposits $itH0 in a private Savings' Bank receives 5j0 .i-iliat a year interest: if he deposits the - jine enm in this National Sayings' Bank h receives 73 dollars. For ', hoce who wish to find a safe, convenient, and profitable raesus of investing the surplus earnings which they bava reserved for their obi age or tho benefit m " rd sents so many advantages as this National i Loan THE HIGHEST MOTIVE The war is evi dently drawing to a close, bnt whi'e it lasts the Treasury must have money to meet its cost, and every motive that patriotism can in inspire should induce the people to supply its wants without delay. The Government can bny cheaper for cash in hand than on credit. Let as see that its wants are prompt ly and liberally satisfied. JVew York Examiner. AGAIN AND AAIN. Our readers may think it strange that we so often urge upon their attention a medici nal prepa-atiou. Already have we, for a number of weeks, urged the importance of a supply of Coe's Cough Balsam in the house, ready for immediate use. But our ezouse is t hevnM amonnt of sickness, sorrow aud death that are the immediate result of sudden coughs, oolds and pulmonary attacks: while thousands of our children are dying from croupe and lung complaints. Time and ex perience have piovedthat Coe's Cough Bal sam is the most speedy and reliable prepar ation ever known to the world. Like magic it relieves the irritotionof ths throat, removes the atppages that prevent breathing in croup and heals all soreness of the throat, cbost and lungs. No man should neglect to supply his family with a safe and reliable medicine like t'-je's Cough Balsam, any more than' he should neglect the supply of their daily bread It costs but forty oents, and the bottles con tain twice as much as those of any other remedy at the same cost, while in merit it is superior to all others. All drug stores keep it for sale. Feb, 22nd' COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR, We are in recei.pt of the last number of Pktkrions' Couktkbfbit Dbtbctok for the year 864, and the occasion is a .fitting one for reminding our readers of tho importance of this publication as an indispensable com panion to the counting house and the store counter. Even to the man whose money tran sactions are of the smallest character, the cost of a Rood counterfeit detector is almost snre to he saed in the course of a year by protection from loss through some one or other Ot tho thousand rrauds tnat tne ingen uity of yillany is constantly devising. Be sides the solid value of the information fur nished its readers concerning counterfeits and frauds in bank notet, tbe subscribers to Pe tersons' Counterfeit Detector receive full re turns for thier subscription in the carefully compiled tables of stock sales, prices-current and general business inteligence. furnished in every issue. Every storekeeper and person engaged in business ought te become a regular subscriber to Peterson's Detector. Tbe price is, for the Monthly, One DolUr and Fifty Cents a year, or .Semi. iHonthly Number is the moRt desira ble, as each subscriber hns the advantage of retting descriptions of New Counterfeit Notes Two Weeks in advance of the monthly sub scribers. Subsoriptirm may commenee with any mi-tith. Terma always fash i advance. All let'OTsmnst be addressed to T. B PETERSON BROTHERS, 306 Cheanut Street, Philadelphia. special polices. V S 7 90 Loan. By authority of the Becretary of the Treas ury, the undersigned has assumed tho Gen eral Subscription Agency for the sale of Uni ted States Treasury Notes, bearing seven and three tenths per cent, interest, per annum, known as the Seven Thirty Loan. j These Note are Usiie.t uud-jr date rtf An- .. i r. 1 1. i t i - i- -1 i . .i t ri i-ij j ru-j .-j - -"" fy ' ("" - from that time, in currency, oi are BOftVorti- ,,lrt H, ,-, option of the holder into , s - gjg pf,R ggjpjh besides Its KXtfvrTinn from Statu axn 9V semi-annually by eheH to each note, which may be cut off and sold to an bank or banker. The interest amounts to: One oent per day on a $50 note. Two cents " " $100 " Ten ' " $500 " 20 " " " " $1000 " $1 ' " " $5000 " Fotes of ;ill the denominations named will be promptly furnished upon receipt of sub scriptions. This is THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET now offered by the Governrrent, and it is con fidently expected that its superior advantages Will uiake il tho Grtcat PorrLAit Loan op tiie pEoin.r Less than $200,000,000 remain unsold, which will probably be disposed of within the next 69 or 90 days, when the notes will up doubtedly command a premium, as has uni formly been the case on closing the 6obserip- tious to other Loans. ln or(lnr that citizM1(, of eTerr town ar)d ' section of the country uiay be afforded fswll- ' T ties for taking the loan, tbe National Hauke, State Banks, and Private Bankers thronghont the country have generally agreed to rcoeiye gab.-criptions at par. t-ubstribers will select their own agents, -in whom they have confi dence, and who only are to be responsible for the delivery of the notes lor which they re ceive ordrs, JAY COOKE. SrasriurTTOx Agent, Philadelphia, SCBBOairrio. will bb rrcbivub by the First National Bank of Zanesvilie. Second National BanV of Znesvi'le. F'i-st National Bank of St. Clairsville. First National Bank of Cambridge. First National Bank of Bridgeport. First Naaoual Bank of Marietta. First NatiuDal Bauk of McConuellsville. First National Bank of Columbus. .Ward, 1, 1 SrJC -lm. 1 0 THIS rpTT7 nTn'.ersigrjed having rented I F . m , the Ware- JL Hi. use from Mallory 4 Tyler, will alter tbe first day ot April, Receive, Store and Ship at the following prices, and as much less as any responsible hnusein Monroe County: Tobacco per hhd 16 oents Salt Drayed and fWnr.d 10 Eastern OrolsperlOO pound 6 " And no Charlies Made fob Coopering. T . T- I l frf-iii's iiavnijK cuipiug li uu, win unit i l. .i...;.. t..t...t .a au v. . .....i KiL K .a .- I i- i ; oi l :i. .: . . j - .i Z.I'Z ; Ki LB ItiPV lift V e wir-l, in . vrnni nvairi, nut ,, . ... .... . r chtfar-t Hons. ftgj" Wagons unloading at this House will always iind FEED at fair prices. Jori.S MALLOKY A CO. Afarch 1, 185 2m. A CARD. Editor of Spirit of Democracy: In reply ,to many letters and inquiries from people in this section of the country, tbe un dersigned take great pleasure in sayisg through the columns of your paper, that our renowned propaiation known as COE'S DYS PEPSIA CURR, is a certain cure for Dys pepsia, in its worst stages. Many cures of long standing within our own acquaintanc. have be, u completely, and wo beleivo perma nently cured, ll will stop distress after eating M'tanai instantaneously, and enables tbe dyspeptic who has lived for years upon Graham bread and the. plainest diet, to est as heartily as heartily as be pleases, and any thing he chooses without danger of distress, or sourinp, or rising on the stomach. It is an infalliVile corrector of indigestion and con stipation, creates a healthy appetite, stops sick-headache, heart burn, sickness at the stomach, pains, cramps, or oolic in either stomach or bowels, and sweetens offensive breath, as soon as you take it, and by enab ding the patient to take plenty of hearty food 'which is" the pareut of health," produces vigor, strength and energy. In every trial we have known it has speedily eradicated Dyspepsia with all its attendant sufferings, weaknesses, debility, and loss of power, giving instead, a proper activity and tone to the stomach ond organs of digestion, and as we confidantly believe, and as the published cer tificates in our circulars, almanacs, and in many of the leading Journals, from conval escent patients wil! confirm, completely, per manently, and almost miraculously "cure the worst ca-e ot Dyspepsia in existence. Wo warrant it in every instance. It can be ob tained at all the Drug Stores in the United Slates aud Canada, at $1,00 per bottle, or six bottlM for S5.00. C. (J. CLARK & CO. Proprietors, Jan. 25, 1865 ly. New Haven, Ct. A RECIPE FOR THE CURE OF KEVKR AND AGDB. Basoor, Van Buren Co., Mich. Sept. 9, '64 Dr. C. W. Roback Sir : Your Blood Puri tier and Pills sell better here than any other medicines I could keep. Tboy are jnst the medicine for the people, peculiarly adapted for the cure of Kever and Ague, but tho peo ple use them as a general medicine. To break an attack of the Ague take a tablespoonfull of the Blood Purifier every hour, and then cleanse tbe stomach and bowels well with yonr Pills, and in throe day n the complniut will be removed and a perma nent enm effected. All who try this, taeatment before applying to a phys'eian will be saved much cost and suffeiing, Yours trulv, A. B. TArr. CASEFBLLY. ATTENTION, VETERANS! THE FL4CK FOR 1TOXOR AND GLOBT. RECRUITS? WANTED FOR THE FIRST C0KPS A' I,L able bodied men who hav served t war! ears and been honorably discharged. y.,j - I Ts9 A Wf?riI Rotflctfy ff $300 L4 ,.nW tw each aa nhs. as he .,.. .. niitririisiimrriaiiirrkrsaT-Kj-in.riii-uA arrive at Washington; and a farther BOT STY OF $100 FOR ONE TEAR, $J00 FOR TWO YEARS AND 8300 FOR THREE YEARS. One-thirl bi-in! paid down in ech oase. Thev will bi credited to the Districts where they or I heir families are domiciled, and wil therefore receive t'ie local bounties. Ptl!-titnteH for enro'led men may re enlist ed in I his Torps and principals will be exempt. They do ixt howi-ver leceive the tyoVeruiueni bounty. T e local bounty will be paid at (Mn ,oc. M u.c recruit, has OeeU inUFteie.t 111. The organir.at ion of the Regiment will be perfe. ted at llolumbns, nuder COL. OLIVER WOOD. Tbi Corns will be armed with Breech oc.dinir or Repeating i.ifles, an t th- imwd will be aM.nytfed to retain their arms when iuu tered -ut Persons desiring to enlist in this Corps ran ipply to the Provost M-nsbal ot their l)i trict or to me. Kreo i ranipnrtation will be Tarnished. Soldiers must pi n luc- Uleir discharge- or o'her papers as evideuco of their forio-'r r-ri ' ic;r. K.-1-rnitinr Station, Malaga, Monroe County, Ohio. samuk.. n Hopper, Mjur, 1st A. C. Feb. 8 1S66. Tom. Walton's STORE ! ADJOINING THR COURT-HOUSE CojTAtSS EVERYTHING IN THE GROCERY LINE both Foreign ami Domestic, Also fOYS OF EVERT DESCftlfTOX SCHOOL BOOKS, STATION ItRY, DIARY'S, LAMPS, CARBON OIL, PICKLES, BOTH ENfiLISH AND AMERICAN, cove oysters, English current, Chow Hiow, Foreign Fiuits Candies, Catsup, Canned Peaches, do Strawberries, C iifectionaries. Peppor i'auce. Ladies Easkets, Market Baskets, Clothes Baskets, Drams, Buckets, Apple Pearers, FRUTT JUGS, STONEWARE. ALL kinds of Tobacco, Cigars, and thousands of other articles too numerous to mention. ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE taken in exchange at the highest market price. Cash paid for produce if preferred. TERMS CASH : or, if credit bo gives, all ! accounts must be settled on the 1st of Janu- I sry, 1st nt April. 1st of Juno and 1st ot ept. Giva hira a call. He sells cheap for cash or country produce ... , , , lie will not be undersold by any rotail ! establishment this side of Pittsburg THOS. WALTON. December 7, 1864 tf. HOLIDAY GIFTS. Great Bargains in Jewelry! W FORSYTH & CO., 42 & 44 Re , sau St., New York, (adjoining the Post Office,) offer for sale tho following Mag nificent List of WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY, Ae. Valued at $500,000. EACH ARTICLE ONE DOLLAR, and not to he paid for until you know what you are to get . 160 Gold & Silver Watches, $15 to 8100 each 200 Ladies' Gold Watohes $86 00 u 500 Ladies' and Gent's Silver do. $11 00 350G Vest and Neck Chains $6 00 to $10 6000 Gold Band Braoelets $ 00 to $1$ 000 Cameo, Mosaic & Jet Broohes 4 0$ to $1 4600 Lava and Fioronco do 4 00 to $6 4000 Cameo Ear Drops 4 0$ to $6 4000 Lova & Florentine Ear Drops 4 00 to $8 4o00 Coral Ear Drops 4 00 to $8 2 60 to $8 3 00 to $6 2 60 to $6 2 60 to $8 2 50 to $8 2 50 to U 6000 Masonic and Gent's Pina 30V0 Watch Keys 3600 Feb and Ribbon Slides 3500 setts of Bosom Studs 3600 Sleeve Buttons 6000 Plain and Chased Rings 6000 Masonic and Stone Set Rings 2 60 to $10 C00O Lockets 2 60 to $6 6000 California Diamond Pins and R'ngs 3 00 ta $4 3000 Ladies' Gold Pencils S 00 to $6 200 Ladies' Large Bolt Buckles 2 00 to $4 10,000 Setts Ladies' Jewelry 6 00 to $10 1 0,000 Gold Pens, silver memnted holders 4 00 to 10,000 Gold Pens, silver ext'n Cases and Pencils 4 00 to $ Tho article in this stock of Jewelry am af the neatest and most fashionable stylos. Certificates of all the vaions articles are put in sealed envelopes and mixed, thus giving all a fair chance, and sent by mail for 26 cents each; and on the receipt of the certificate, it is at your option to send ONE DOLLAR and take the artiolo named in it, or Bat. Five oertiloatos, $1; eleven, $2, thirty, $6; sixty Ave, $ 10; uno hundred, $1 &. Certificate money to be enclosed with tbe order. Correspon dence promptly answered. We wish it distinctly understood that oar business is no Lottery. Tho object of this manner of selling is to give purchasers tho opportunity of bnyiag Jewelry at the whale sale prices, With tbe chance of getting a Watch or some other valuable artiolo; and all goods sent, not satisfactory, can ho return ed and th money will bo refunded. AGENTS wanted in every town and regi ment. Send foi Circular. Address, W. FORSTTH A CO., 42 and 44 Nassau Bt New Turk. JTarch 1, 1866 -3m, WOODSFIELD PRODUCE MARKET. Correeted Woakly by Vf. & J. K. HoLLftT-, Grocers and Produce Dealer. Woodifitld, Ohio. &ATTJRDAY,JIsrch 6, 1865 Wheat per bushel L fl.fW Cora " 30 to 1,00 Oata Ti Beana l.ftf Flax-seed 2.M Timothj seed" 1,7 Batter per lb 2i Apples, green per bushel SO ta 4M Apples, dried " " Potatoes " " 60 to 8 Turnips " " .... 4n Buckwheat four per bundred. 4.00 Corn meal per bushel 1,00 Sor-htim molasses bv the bbl.75 to 80t. Rpps per dosen JG Flour per hundred 5,0 Raps per lb 4 Green Hides per lb f 1 1MEH M. DRIOO O AD DR1GGS&S0N. WOODSFLKLD, OHIO. Keeps run t. nit.!y on baud, and far aaUf at the very lowest prices tha times will jliurd, dry noo&s, GROC1SRIKS, QUKENSWARE, HARDWARE, HATS, CAPS, ROOTS, SHOES, in stinrt everything In tile mercantile line that the people af this vicinity are Haul to need. They will trade at As High Prices for PRODUCB ANt5 STU.L AT A. S LOW PRICES FOR coops. as stir esh1iahrneut In town esn do. Before buying elsewhere If you cannot do better at Drives'. A D. DRI3G8 k SOU. December 7, 1 864 tf. THE WAR SOON TO COME TO Al I have s sale have at present on hand a&d read far sale A LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK OF Ready - Made Clofhing Piece Good, and conaisTiKO of 150 COATS, OF ALL KINDS, FROM COARSE TO FINK. lOO Vests, A ISO Pairs of Pants; Which I intend to Sell at Lewat Rata tkaa usual, FOR CASH, AND CASH ONLY! As I purpose selling out. and settling up my business between this and spring. efiT 1 will also make clothes to order, at less prices than any other establishment in the country. Bjy All persons indebted please call aa settle immediately. JOHN MES8ERLT, Clarington, Ohio. November SO, 184801. MARTIN bAKIR... JAMBA M. BAKIB life Baker & Son, at Kirkbride's Old Stand. LARGE SUPPLY OF STTPEKIO GROCERIES just received. Tha beat qualities af Coffee, Sugar and Tea, Alto LIQUORS, OYSTERS AND REFRESHMENTS. Canned Fruit, Pickles, and Kaisins, Cigars, Tobacco, fcc,, Ac. 4p Small profits far CASH is our motto. M. MAM KB afcfrOM . Woodsfiald, Ofaia.Jg Augnst 10, 1864 tf. NOTICE. The nbeeriber was, on tho IStb day of February, 1886, appointed by th ?nht Conrt of Monroe County, Ohio, Administra tor ef the Estate of Levi Lnntoa, aasin8. JOHN GRIFFITH, Feb. 22, lf65Sw. pd. AdmT.