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Interesting Questions and An-
3wkhs ukl.vtivk to the 7-30 u. s.
Loan.
Mr. Jar CoMce. of Philadelphia, who for so
I0U4 atiute had the- management of the popu
lar 600 million 5 20 J.oan, ha just been ap
pointed by Secretary FasssxnRN, th General
Agent te dispose of the onlv popular Loan
now offer 1 for sale bv th- Ooverament, viz:
the "SRVRN-TniTU'i."
in entering upon his dwttes he desires to
answer plainly the large aum'ter of questions
daily and hourly propuuudod to hiro, so that
his fellow-countrymen may all understand
what this "Hereti-Thirty Loan" is what are
Ha peculiar merit 1, how they can subscribe
far or obtain tmn note?, Sco.
1-ir Qrit.Tmii.- Why i this Loan calied
the ' Seven Thirty" Leap?
Aswk. IVyears interest, in currency, at
the rave of Seven Dollars and thirty cents,
aoh year, on every hundred dollars; making
the interest as follows:
One cent per day on each $ 50 note.
1'wo cents " 100
Teu " " " S00 "
Twenty eeuts" " 1.0.W
One-dollar 5,000
-2nd Qurstioh. When and how can they
he obtained; !
Asswks. They are for sale, at pah, mnd
accrued interest, by all Sub-Treasuries, Na
tional and other Banks, and all Bankers and
Brokers.
3rd Q;jkstion. When is the interest pay a
tie and how can it be collected?
Answbr. The Coupons Interest Tickets are
due 15th of February and 15th of August in
each year, and ean be out off from the note,
and will be cashed by auy Sub-Treasurer, U.
8. Depository, National or other Bank or
Banker.
4th QrssTiox. Whenmnst the Government
pay off these 7-30s?
Answer. They are due in t-ro years and
a halffrtHn the l6$h of February, 18t5; viz :
on the lsth of' August 1867.
Oth' QTfjKsfioif. Must I receive back my
money se oon as 1SG7 '
ft nutria Nr' not unless won yourself pre
fer tolo so the Law gives you the right to I
demand. from the Government, at that lime j
either your money or an eHua! amnaut at par. j
f the famous and popular 5 !) Gold Bearing j
6 per cent. Lean.
w Uth ' j
Axbwrr. 5-20s bearing Gold Interest from
1st of November, are to (lay wortii 9 per cent.
yer annnm. If they are worth no more at
the ead of tho two years and a half, when j
yon have a right to them, thnn they now are.
this premium added to the interest yoh re-1
ceive, will give yon at least 10 per cent, per '
annum for your money but tho opinion is 1
that they wilt be worth more than 0 per cent,
preminm at that time.
7t QsasTiex. What other advantage is
there in investing the 7-30 Loan'
Awkb.. It oannot be taxed by States.
Counties, ci Cities, and thta adds from one to j
three per dent, per annum to the net income !
of the holder, according to the fate of taxa- I
tion tn various localities. All bonds and ',
stocks, except those of the I'r.ited States, and I
all mortgages, A-1'., are taxed, not only by the !
Government, but by States, Counties and !
Cities.
8th Question. How doee the Government
raise the money to pay the interest, and is
U safe and sure?
Amwbk. The Government collects, by taxes,
internal revenne, and duties on imports, fully
three hundred millions each year. This id
nearly three times a much aa is needed to (
pay the interest on all the dsbt, and as soon! v
as the war is ended, the amount not needed'
te pay the interest will he nsed in paying off
the debt. Oca Govknmekt ns twice paid off
all rrs debt, and can easily do so again. The
interest is snre to be paid promptly, and the
debt itself is the very safest investment in
the world. It is, in fact, a First Mortgage on
all lands, all incomes, all railroad and canal
bond, and hank er other stocks, mort
gages, Ac
Nothing ean be safer, for we are all bonnd
far it, and all that we havo is firmly held for
the payment of principal and interest. How
foolish those people are, whOjkeep their gold
and greenbacks idle and locked up, or pur
chase mortgages or railroad stocks and bonds,
which pay only 5 or 6 percent, interest, when
these Seven-Thirties pay (counting the pre
minm on Five-Twenties,) over ten per cent.,
ftnape so much safer and r ner.
9th Qusstiox. How many Seven Thirties
are there, and how much remains unsold?
Ahswrr! There are onlv about three hnn-
Ved. and. twenty five millions authorized by
law, and only about one hundred and ninety
millions remain unsold.
lilzn QrgsTioN. Mow long will it fake yon
to-eeil the balance?
Ajwwsjj. There are about S0O National
Banks all engaged in selling them; also a
large number ot the eld banks, aud at least
three thousand private bankers and brokers,
and special agents will be engaged in all parts
sf the country in disposing ot them to the
people.
1 1 th "Qr RSTto How long wilt it take to
ell the whole?
Asswan, In less than three months they
will he all sold, and will no doubt then sell at
a preminm. as was the case with the old
-ThirtMS, the first, 1 wenty-T ear Loan, and
five-Twenties.
The above anestiom and answers, It is he-
lieTfd, will give fuli information to all. If
not, the GreneraL Subscription Agent, or an y of
the Banks or Bankers employed to sell the
Loan, will be glad to answer all questions,
and to furnish the Seven-Thirties in small or
large sums (as the notes are issued in denom
inaUonsof o0, $100,$5U0. $l,0OOnnd $5,000
and to render it easy for all to subscribe
thns fulfilling the instructions of Mr. Fessek
dbs, who earnestly desires that the people of
the whole land, (ae well as the capitalists,)
shall have every opportunity afforded them
ef obtaining a portion of this most desirable
investment.
HOSE DELAY, BCT SUBSCRIBE AT
oacK, THBouen the Nearest Respon
sftHL' Bask ob Bankers.
Sheriffs Sale in Partition
h . (M a v
James H. Graham,
against
Jane Graham.
BY virtue of an order of Sale in Partition,
te me directed from the Court of Common
J?leaa ef Jfonree County, Ohio, I win offer
for sale at public auction, at the front door
of the oonrt house, in the town of Woodsfield,
in said county, oa
'"tiatvriay, the Is day of April 1865,
the following real estate, situate in Monroe
County. Ouio, to )J$:
The north east quarter of section twenty
mos, township six and range six, containing
one hundred aud sixty acres, more or less,
object to the dower estate of Jane Graham
Tsbms One-third cash, one-third in one
year, and one third in two years with interest.
U.KO. W. CAttKUTHitS,
Sheriff, M. C. O. !
JTawJi,!. 186S, 5w.
Atf Kuicfs ot Jfroduce ta
ken in exchange for this paper.
Business Cards.
J, D. ST AU VER
Clock and "Watch Maker,
WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO. C
Will kep an assortment of watches, clocks,
jawelry and notisus. His prices shall com
pare favorably with those of TV heeling and
;anesvilltt.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry oare
fully repaired and Warranted.
TSBV8, POS'TIVBLT CASH.
Do. 15, 1S5S
T. COLPITTS .
H. T. HAG KB
COLPITIS & HAGEE,
MANUFACTURES OP
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
MARBLE MONUMENTS
Tombs, Head-Stones, &c
ON NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS AND OP
SUFEBIOIi WORKMANSHIP AND
FINISH.
gg Persons wishing to purchase will find
to their interest to give s a call before going
tils v W &Tft
MARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN
BARNF3VILLE, OHIO
June 19 1861 ly
WOODSFIELD MARBLE
W0EES.
D. Neuhart fe Co.
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
IS prepared to furnish
TOMB STONES,
TABLE TOPS,
and every thin; else in the marble line.
Shop
one door .-.oath of Kirkbride's store.
D. NBDHART & CO.
June IS 1360. ly.
Monroe Mutual
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
This company, being organized nnder a favo
able charter, obtained from the Legislature, is
now in a prosperous condition, and ready to
Insure Hotels, Duelling Houses, Barns.StableE
Store Houses, Shops, &c, Ac., against loss by
fire.
DIRECTORS.
JAMES UBaSERLY,
A. D. DEIGG3.
JAMBS O. AMOS,
L. Is FEED,
EECIX OGLS,
OEOH3B S. A1GEO,
D. WALTOir, '
WX. BEAD,
JOBS M. EOTXDS,
TBTER DIKHL.
F. A. LAMPING, Pres't.
F. Koehlkr, Treas.
JNO. S. WAY, Secretary and General Agent.
May 18. 18K4 ly.
W. JOKDAK. S. HOLLISTEK. J. B. POWELL
JORDAN, nOLLISTER & CO.
PRODUCE COMMISSION
MIRHJJ8ITS
AND DEALERS IN FLOUR, GRAIN,
HAY, GRASS SEEDS,
Lard, Butter,
Eggs, Green
Apples, etc, etc.
264 LIBERTY STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
REFERENCES :
J. A. fc G. H. Davenport, Woodsfield, O
S. L. Mooney, do
John Round, Summer field, Ohio.
Head k Metzgear, Pittsburg.
Irilson, Carr & Co. Irittsburgh.
Junkins, Branum & Co. Bridgeport, O.
Martin & Ijams, Caldwell, O.
October 12, 1864 tf.
ESTABLISHED
UNDER CITY
IN 1857.
ORDINANCE
WHEELER
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
. FHISTEB & HOW, Proprietors,
Tor the Inspection and Sale of
LEAF TOBACCO,
No. 14 West Front Street, between Main and
Walnut, near Steamboat Landing,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tobacco sold at Auction er Privately, aa
owners may desire.
Auction Sales TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS,
Satt; scats. Private Sales
every day.
March 1, 1865 2m.
LANDS FOR THE LANDLESS!
Homes for the Homeless!
1040 Acres
of prairie land in Ringgold County, Iowa, for
SALE OR BARTER.
These lands will be sold at a bargain, or
traded for Monroe County lands, or fine mares
will be taken in part payment.
The land was all entered in 1853, and offers
a first-rate chance for farmers desiring to go
to the West.
tigg" For further particulars address
II . B. MASON.
Woodsfield, Ohio.
December 7, I8G4 tf.
.Adinmistrator's Notice.
Nmee is hereby given, that the subscriber
was, on the 24th day of February 1865, ap
pointed by the Probate Court of Monroe
County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of
J. SI. Boyd, deceased.
J. N. MITCHELL, Adin'r.
March Ui 18C5 3w. pd.
NEW STD1I.
J. E, & W. IIOLLISTEU.
Has just opened out a
New Grocery
PROVISION & FEED STORE
IX WOODSFIELD !
Owe Door North of Davenports,
Where he will keep constantly on hand all
kinds of Groceries, Provisions and Feed. His
stock will consist in part of the staple and
ancy
Groceries, Flour, Salt, Bacon,
Dried Beef, Cheese, Crackers,
Rico, Oysters. Sardines. Beef
Tongues, Dried Fruits, Fish,'
Pickles, Raisins, Figs, Prunes,
j Canned Fruits, Candies, Nuls,&o
Ail kinds of
Dye Stuffs !
and coloring matter; table and fancy cnttler
soaps and candles; a general assortment
of NOTIONS, perfumery and fancy
articles, ootton and knitting yarn;
Stoneware and Fruit Jars
Nails, window glass, hay
and stable forks and shov
els, and well-selected
assortment of
KEROSENE LAMPS!
suitable for parlors, dining and sitting rooms
or kitchens. The best brands kerosene or
Also a General Assortment of
SCHOOL BOOK !
and STATIONEBY, inolnding the best varied
of Cap, Plain and Fancy Note
Paper ! Plain and Fancy Envelopes
Pass-Books, Tuck Memorandums, pens, pen
holders, Ink and Inkstands, &c, An.
Give him a call. He sells
Exclusively for Cash or Ready
PAY!
Will Not be Undersold bt Ant !
N. B. The highest price, in cash, paid
or Oats, Corn, and all kinds of Feed.
Sept. 28, 1864 6m.
MONROE MUTUAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
WOODSFIELD, O.
Organized in 1852.
Capital 8195,000 in Premium Notes
secured by first lien on Real estate.
THIS Company insures first class property
against loss by fire on better terms than
any other Company in the State.
Losses promptly adjusted.
Applications for insurance can be made by
mail er by by personal application at the
Secretary's office in Woodsfield.
rjg" Office of the Company, above Walton's
Store, Main Street, Woodsfield, Ohio.
" JNO. S. WAY,
Secretary.
February 0, 13653m.
Tom. Walton's
HEW STORE !
ADJOINING THE COURT-HOUSE
CONTAIKS
EVERYTHING IN THE GROCERY LINE
C lth
Foreign and Domestic,
Also '
TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
SCHOOL BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
DIARY'S,
LAMPS,
CARBON OIL,
PICKLES, BOTH
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN,
COVE OYSTERS, ENGLISH CURRENT,
Chow Chow,
Foreign Fruits
Candies,
Catsup,
Canned Peaohes,
do Strawberries,
Confectionaries.
Pepper Sauce,
Ladies Baskets,
Market Baskets,
F.1 gt
Clothes Baskets,
Drums, Buckets,
Apple Pearers;
FRUIT 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
Cash paid for produre if preferred.
price
TERMS CASH : or,
If credit be given, all
accounts mast be settled on the 1st ef Janu
ary, 1st ot April, 1st of June and 1st of Sept.
VGive him a call. He sells cheap for cash
or country produce.
lie will not be undersold by any retail J
establishment this side ef Pittsburg.
THOS. WALTON.
December 7, 18G4 tf.
Order of Attachment.
J. Way Pltff 1 Before Thomas
vs: I Martin J. P. of Beth-
James Robbison Deft. ) el Tp. Monroe Co., O.
On the 25th day of February 1865, said
Justice issued an order of attachment in the
above action for the sum of Fifteen dollars.
Said action will be for hearing on Saturday
the 22d day of April 1S65 at 10 o'clock A. M.
! of said day. J. WAY.
March IS, lfctio. bw.
Courts for 1865, 1
EIGHTH HISTBICT.
We do hereby fix the times for holding
Courts in tho Kighth Judicial District of
Obio for the year 1SG3, as follows:
DISTRICT COURT.
Muskingum County,
Morgan "
Monday, Sept.
Tuesday "
Saturday "
Monday "
Wednesday "
Friday "
Monday "
Wednesday "
Friday "
PLEAS.
4
7
Nblc
9
! Monroe "
! Helmont
it.i-rnsey "
:T.c rawas "
11
18
16
is
20
99
tl UaOU
Jctfcrson "
COMMON
Noble County, Tuesday, January 31;
Tuesday, May 2; Tuesday; October 11.
Morgan County, Tuesday, February 7;
Tuesday, May 9; Yi ednesday, Uctober 6.
Muskinsum County, Monday, Debrua-
ry!3, Monday, May 15; Jtfonday October
23.
Monroe County, Tuesday, February 14;
Tuesday, May 2; Tuesday, October 3.
Belmont, Tuesday, February 21; Tues
day, May 9; Wednesday, Ocobor 11.
Guernsey, Tuesday, March 7; Tuesday,
May 23; Tuesday, October 24.
Harrison, Monday, February 6; Mon
day, May 8; Monday, October 16.
Tuscarawas, Monday, February 20,
Monday, May 22; Monday, October 30
Jefferson, Monday, March 6; Monday,
June 5: Monday, November 13.
Done at Steubenville this 26th day of
September, 1S64, .
EZRA E. EVANS,
JOHN W. OKEi,
GEORGE W. McILVAINE,
Judges in said District.
I certify that the foregoing is a full and
trne copy of the original order now on
file in my office.
DANIEL WALTON, Clerk,
Monroe County Common Pleas.
NoTember 2, 1864. 4w.
VALUABLE FARM FOR
' SALE.
The undersigned offers for sale his farm
consisting of some three hundred acres
of land, either all together or divided to suit
purchasers, lying in SALEf Township, in
the vicinity of the town ef CLARINSTON,
a portion of the land lays on the oreeJt, on
which is a
Good two story house, Stable
and out buildings.
Besides a good house for a tenant. He will
sell tor a part in hand and balance in deferred
payments secured by Afortgage on the prem
ises. For further particulars enquirer of
JACOB T. MORRILL, Clarington Monroe Conn
ty, Ohio.
JOHN K. BOOTH,
Nov. 9, 1864, tf.
FA I R BANKS.
STANDARD
SCALES
OP ALL KINDS.
Also, Warehouse Tracks,
1 Letter Presses, &c.
FAIRBANKS, GREEN LEAF & CO.,
172 Lake Street, Chicago.
Bfiy Be careful to buy only the Gen
uine. January 30, 18S4 1.
Ho ! For the West.
Lands for Sale or Exchange.
I HAVE several tracts of Land in the Slates
of Illinois, Kansas and Missouri, which 1
will sell or exchange for lands in Afonroe
County. Title indisputable.
iTCall on me or write to Woodsfield
Afonroe County, Ohio.
H. B. MASON.
October 12. 1864 3m. pd.
To Teachers.
The board of Examiners will hold meetings
in Wiodgneld, at the following times:
On Saturday, Feb. 25tb,
" " March 11th,
" M April 1st,
" " 15th,
m 2Dtb,
" ' May 13th,
" 27tb,
June 17th.
Examination to eominence at 8 o'clock A. M.
By order of the Board,
JAMES O. AMOS, Clerk.
Feb. 1, 1865.
ALFRED D. DRIOCIS.
JAMES M. DRIQOS
ADDRIGGS&SON.
WOODSFIELD, OHIO.
Keeps constantly on hand, and for sale,
at the very lowest prices the times will
afford,
DRY GOODS,
OIIOCKRIES,
QUE 'EN'S WARE,
HARDWARE,
HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES,
in short cverythins: ih the mercantile line
that the people of this vicinity are likely
to need. They will trade at
As High Prices foi
.Xf) SELL AT
AS LOW PRICES FOR
GOODN,
as any establishment in town can do.
Before buying elsewhere see if jou cannot
do better at Driges'.
A. 1. DRUGS & 609.
' December 7, 1 tf.
c- l J- L-
J..0ER ft 0.,
No, 106 Main Street,
WHEELING, VA.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND
WALL PAPER,
At Wholesale, for Cash,
lower than Jany house inthe west. Having
bought our stock tor cas, we are enabled tos
Bell them for the same at prices to suit cus
tomers. Our stock consists in part of
SCHOOL BOOKS, '
Of All Kinds
Miscellaneous Books I
Cap,
Letter and
Note Paper,
Envelopes,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
GOLD PENS,
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES,
DIARIES FOR 1864,
containing a complete table of the Stamp
Duties as amended by Congress, Jtfarch 3d,
1863. Also a a table of Stamp Duties on
DEMAND NOTES, TIME NOTES; and INLAND
BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
We have also a very large Stosk of
Holiday Goods!
Consisting of
Juvenile Books!
LINEN TOY BOOKS !
MAHOGONY WRIT1NO DESKS J
o ets, Annuals, &c, &c, &c.
C 1 nd sea our stock, even if you do not
buy. We are agents for tbe
AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION !
American Bible Society I
Presb'terian Board Publication
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY !
And can furnish Sunday School Libraries at
New York Prices.
RAOS BOUG-HT at HIGHEST MARKET RATES.
Nov. 18,1863-tf.
Fairbanks' Scales. It is with some busi
ness firms as it is with some individuals, that
they Btand alone in the department of trade
to which they direct their attention. It be-
comes a specialty with them, and by making
it such, they carry it to the highest perfection
the Messrs. Fairbanks, the celebrated Scale
Makers. They have devoted themselves so
entirely, and with such thorough science an
skill to he manufacture of Weighing Instru
ments, that they seem to have left nothing to
be done by others. N. Y, Evminq Post.
Sheriff s Sale
Edward Thomas,
against
Joseph Dye.
BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas to
me direoted from the Court of Common Pleas
of Monroe Co., O., I will offer for sale at Public
auction, at the front door of the Court House
in the town of Woodsfield in said Ccunty,
between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and
four o'clock P. M., on
Saturday, the 1st day of April, 1865,
the following described real estate, situate in
said county, to wit:
The north half of tbe south west qaarter
of section sixteen township four, range six,
containing eighty acres, more or less.
Taken iu execution and levied upcm as the :
property erf Joseph Dye, at the suit of Edward
Thomas.
GEO. W. CARROTHKRS,
Sheriff, M. U. O
March 1, 18G5 Sw. $
MAHTIN ItAKEK .....JAMES M.
ML Baker fe Son,
at Kirkbride's Old Stand.
LARGE SUPPLY OF SUPERIOR
just received. The best qualities of
Coffee, Sugar and Tea,
Also LIQUORS, OYSTERS AND
REFRESHMENTS.
Canned Fruit, Pickles, and
Raisins,
Cigars, Tobacco,
ifec, efce.
Small profits for CASH is oot motto.
51. ISA 34 1 : It AHOK .
Woodsfield, Ohio.
Augnst IP, 1S64 -tf.
Administrator's Koticc.
The subscriber was, on the 14th day of
jMarch, J30'.r, appointed by ttie Probate
Couri of Monroe County, Ohio, Administra
tor or he Estate of Hamilton B. Elliott,
deceased.
THOMAS GRIFFITH,
Karen TZ, IbOi ow. pd. AJm'r.
J, W. Walto,
Governmental
WOODSFIELD OHIO.
Office, Fourth building south of Public square, East side
known as the Cunningham building,
Mr. W. having been Tor many years an officer of ths PENBfON and GENERAL LAND
OFFICES at Washington City; and being familiar with the methods of conducting business
before tho Executive Departments, posess superior facilititts for securing the most
PROMPT and FAVORABLE action upon all claims placed in his hands for collection.
He will irive special attention to the prosecution of claims for BACK-PAY, $10 BOUNTYf
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS, INVALID PENSIONS, TO WIDOWS, CHILDREN, MOTHERS
AND SISTERS. :
Also claims for Marines, Flotilla-men, Officers, Pilots, Engineers, Sailors amd crews upon
the Gun-boats; of Contractors, Patentees, Post
business with the General Government.
REFERENCES.
Hon. J. M. Edmunds, Com. of Geul Land Office.
Hon. Joseph S. Wilson, Kx. ' "
John Robb, Esq., Chief Clerk of Pensions
Hon. R. J. Atkinson, 3rd Aud. of treasury.
October 8. 1362. (im.
G S. NEWCOMB & CO.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
JOB PRINTERS, BOOK BINDERS,
ylncZ Furnishers of
County Officers, Lawyers and Jus
tice's BLANKS,
PAPER, ENVELOPES, INK, &c,
144 Seaeca Street,
Cleveland. O.
WE get up to order In the very best man
ner Blask Boons for the use of the
different County Officers, Merchants and oth
ers. Our Blanks aro almost universally con
ceded to be the best prepared in the State,
are printed on fine paper, and ruled in the
best style.
Orders will meet with prompt attention.
Feb. 22, 1865ly.
TEACHERS7" ASSOCIATION.
The net semi-annual meeting of the Mon
roe County Teachers' Association will be held
in Woodsfield, commencing on
MONDAY, MARCH TWENTY;
SEVENTH, 1865,
at 1 1 o'clock P. M., and continue in session
ONE WEEK.
Hon. E. E. WniTB, State Commissioner and
Prof. Robert Kron, of Cincinnati, the great
Elocutionist, will he present to conduct tht
exercises.
Teacl er, it is for yonr advantage and for
the upbuilding and dissemination of knowl
edge that the Association has been organized,
therefore turn out generally and let us have
a good time. The Examiners will also be
present one day for the purpose of Examina
tion. By ordor of the Association.
3. A. McCOMAS, cc'y.
UN. B. Good boarding has been secur
ed at reduced prices for Teachers at the
Bloomer House, ,
Feb. 15, 1865.
Sheriff's Sale.
F,
A. Lamping,
against
Joseph Dye.
BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas
to me directed .from the Court of Common
Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for
isale at publio auction, at the front door of
j the 'jourt hoase, in the town of Woodsfield,
; in said County, on
j Satitnlai, the 1st day of April 1865,
between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and
I four o'clock P M., of said day, the following
described real estate, to wit
The east half of the north east quarter of
section twenty-two (22,) township four (4,)
range six (6,) containing eighty acres.
Also the north part of the north west quarter
of section sixteen, township four and range
six, containing eighty-five acres, in Afonroe
County, Ohio.
Taken iu execution and levied upon as the
prhperty of Joseph Dye, at the suit of F. A.
Lamping.
GEO. W. CARROTHERS,
Sheriff, M. C. O.
March J, 18G5 5w.
Sheriffs Sale.
Mary Smith,
against
Gottleib Smith,
BY virtoe of a writ of F:. Fa. et Lev. fs.
to me direoted from the Court of Common
Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for
sale at pubiie auction, at the front door of
the court house, in the town of Woodsfield,
in said county, on
Saturday the 1st day of April 1S65,
between the hotws of 10 o'clock, A. M. and 4
o'clock P. M., the following described real
! estate, to wit.
The north Msf quarter of the noith east
!qnarerof sectiou two, of township lour, -of
ranee four, containin; forty aeren.
BAKEIt Also the west part of the uorth West ';uar
Iteroi Uih same st-ctiou, towiiAhip and range.
! containing eleven acres, all in ilouroe Couu
j ty, Ohio.
Taktn in execution and levied upon a the
property of Oottleib Smith, at the suit of
j Mary Smith.
GEO. W. CARROTHERS.
vSherift, M. C. O.
March 1, 186& 6w.
READ THIS
GAMELY.
THK undersigned having rented the Ware
Honse from Mnllory & Tyler, will after
the first day ot April,
R : c k i v k , Store and Ship
at the fallowing prices, and as much less as
auy responsible house in Monroe County:
Tobacco per hhd 15 eent8
Salt Drayed and Stored 10
Kastem Uoods per 100 ponud 6 u
And no Cjiaroe Made vob etrintaid.
Persons having Shipirg to co, wtll find it
to their interest to Ship through this house,
as they have no interest in Steam Most, will
at all times endeavor to Ship on the best and
cheapest Boats.
fgT Wagons onioning l this Hoase will
always find yKKu at fair prices.
JOHN MALLORI & CO.
3areh 1, 18d5 ."Jbi.
, .....
BLANK DEEDN
AND M 0 R T G AGES.
; jfefi SALE AT THIS OFFIUK. I
James 0, Amos,
Claim Agents
- Masters; ana u otner claims against, and
tl i
-UlTATfe HiXi
Hon. William P. Hunter
Hon. James R. Morria
N. Hollister, Esq.
Wb. Okey, Esq.
DR. ROBACK'S
STOMACH
ABE NOT
TO BE EXCELLED
ML I '.
KTOMACHIQ
v not
DIGESTIVE ORGANS;
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27tese fitters are put up in quart
bottles, of xuhish theabovtit a-fao-tim
T7i lahel te finely angravd, and
is provided with a afe-giard frartt
unttrfelUrs. (Prioe $1 per bottle, of
v .r.for $5.
C. W. IfobaoTc, (Proprietor, Jfo. -0
S'ftst Fourth Bt., Oinoinnati, to wfueW
ail orders should be addreeeed.
FOR SALE BY f
i .' i- ti ., :U-t ' . ra tj L ,r;i,l
O. H. Davenport, Woodseld; H. C. Ketxeb
Malaga; Christian Sander, Brownsville; VanlaW
Alexander h Co., Cameron; John W. BarnUI
Stafford; Wagonfteld & Co., Jaoobshurg: Tiptoe
! & l'owell, Jerusalem; Jacob T. Morrill, Glaring
ton; J. H. & J. F. Thernbury, BeallsvHle aS
' by Druggistsand Merchants generally tfcrough
.u.. t..i.-j j n j-
uul iuD uuucu ciAtra ann vauun
Judk!N8 & Hall, Woodsfield, O
tan. 3, Jfcbtf. ly.
o .t
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons
to trust tny wife, Sarah B. Martin, she fcfto
lett my honte and boarding witborct auy jo
cRnse. and I am determiHied not te pay aarjr
debts of her coutrarting, from this date.
LKV1 JAM1S AfARIK
March 8 U5. . . . .
BITTERS

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