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Interesting Questions and An
swers relative to the 7-30 u. 8. Loan. Mr Jay Cooks, of Philadelphia, who for so loo a time had the management of the pepa lar o(X million 5-20 Loan, has just been ap pointed by Secretary Fessssdbs, the General A-rant te dispose of the only popular Loan m offered for sale by the Government, viz: taj -SEVEN-THIRTY." In entering upon his duties he desires to answer plainly the large number of questions d uly and hourly propoundod to him, so that his fellow-countrymen may all understand what this "Seven-Thirty Loan" is what are its peouliar merits, how they can subscribe fur or obtain the notes, &c. Isr Qubstiow. Why is this Loan called the "Seven-Thirty" Loan? Axswkb. It bears interest, in currency, at tho ra'.e of Seven Dollars and thirty cents, aoh year, on every hundred dollars; making th interest as follows: One cent per day on each $ 50 note. To cents 100 Tett " " " 500 " Twenty cents" 1,000 " One dollar " 5,000 m Question. When and how can they B-o- obtained? Answkr. They are for sale, at par, and accrued interest, by all Sab-Treasuries, Na tioual and other Banks, and all Bankers and Brokers. 3ro QfEsno.". When is the interest paya ble and how can it be collected? A.nswbk. The Coupons Interest Tickets are dm l.ith of February and 15th of August in Mich year, and ean be cut off from the note, m& I will be cashed by any Sub-Treasurer, U. 8. Depository, National - or other Bank or Banker. 4th Qcrstio. When must the Government yy off these 7-30s? Answer. They are due in two years and a hilt' from the l5th of February, 1865; vix.: on the 15th of August 1867. tu Question. Must I receive back my money so soon as 1S67? Answer. Nol not unless you yourself pre fer to do so the Law gives you the right to ddinand from the Government, at that time either your money or an equal amount at par, of the famous and popular 5-20 Gold Bearing rj per cent. Loan. 6th Qcbscion. How much do you consid er ibis privilege of conversion, in'.o 5 20 Loan to be worth? A.nmver. 5-208 bearing Gold Interest from 1st of November, are to-day worth 9 per cent, per annum. If they are worth no more at the end of tho two years and a half, when you have a right to them, than they now are, this premium added to the interest you re ceive, will give you at least 10 per oent. per annum for your money but the opinion is that they will be worth more than 9 per cent, premium at that time. 7ru Qbbstion. What other advantage is them in investing the 7-30 Loan? Ax-wau. It cannot be taxed by States, Counties, or Cities, and this adds from one to three per cent, per annum to the net income of the holder, acoording to the rate of taxa tion in various localities. All bonds and stocks, except those of the United States, and all mortgages, 4c, are taxed, not only by the Government, but by States, Counties and Cities. Stii CirBSTioK. How does the Government vaise the money to pay the interest, and is it safe and sure? Akswer. The Government collects, by taxes, fraternal revenue, and duties on imports, fully three hundred millions each year. This is nearly three times a much as is needed to pity the interest on all the debt, and as soon as the war is ended, the amount not needed to pay the interest will be used in paying off the debt. Ora Govexmkxt has twice paid opf all its debt, and can easily do so again. The interest is sure to be paid promptly, anu the debt itself is the very safest investment in the world. It is, in fact, a First Mortgage on al! lands, all incomes, all railroad and canal honds. and bank er other stocks, mort gages, &o. Nothing can be safer, for we are all bound for it, and all that we havo ia firmly held for the payment of principal and interest. How foolish those people are, who keep their gold and greenbacks idle and looked up, or pur chase mortgages or railroad stocks and bonds, which p iy only 5 or 6 per oent. interest, when these Seven-Thirties pay (counting the pre mium oil Five-Twenties,) over ten per cent., aud are so much safer and ener. 3tu Qlustios. How many Seven Thirties are there, and how much remains unsold? Answer. There are only about three hun dred and twenty five millions authorized by law, and only about one hundred and ninety millions remain unsold. 10 th Qusstiox. How long will it take you to sell the balance? Arrwbr. There are about 800 National Banks all engaged in selling them; also a large number of the old banks, and at least three thousand private bankers and brokers, and special agents will be engaged in all parts of the country in disposing ot them to the people. 118 Qcestios. How long will it take to ell the whole? Akswkr. In less than three months they will be all sold, and will no donbt then sell at a premium, as was the case with the old Seven Thirties, the first Twenty-Year Loan, and the Fjve-Twenties. The above questions and answers, it is be lieved, will give full information to all. If not, the General Subscription Agent, or any of the Banks or Bankers employed to sell the Loan, will be glad to answer all questions, and to furnish the 8even-Thirties in small or large Bums (as the notes are issued in denom inations of 50, $100, $500. $1,000 and $5,000) and to render it easy for all to subscribe thus fulfilling the instructions of Mr. Fesbes dkn, who earnestly desires that the people of the whale land, (as well as the capitalists,) shall have every opportunity afforded them f obtaining a portion of this most desirable investment. LET NONE DELAY, BUT SUBSCRIBE AT nce, through inE Nearest Kebpon 81ble Bank or Bankers. Attachment Notice. pardoB Gibbons, pl'tfl", Before J. J. Hard, J P vs. of Adams tp., Mon- TF. 6-. Tbomas, deft. ) roe county, Ohio. On the 9th day of March, A. D. 1865, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the ftlmve action, for the sum of Two Hundred aud Sixteen Dollars and Ninety-two Cents. BURDON GIBBONS, i'aruh 22, 1S65 3tpd. ' Dissolution. THE Partnership heretofcre existing be tween W. U. Hutchinson& D. P. Hutch inson, known as the firm of W. H. Hutch inson. & Co., i this day dissolved by mutual 04Oeit. All person knawlng themselves indebted to. them by notes book account or pthorwisH, will make immediate payment. -jgf rb business will he oatiuued by W. H- Uotrhinson. 0rttrt9ifc, Jlfarofc 22. lS2i. 3wpd tji-Ail kinds ot lroduce ta ken in exchange for this paper. "Business Cards. jSJ. D. ST AU V ER Clock and Watch Maker, WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO. O Will keep an assortment of watches, clocks, jewelry and notiens. His prices shall com pare favorably with those of Wheeling and Zanesvule. "Watches, Clocks and Jewelry oare fully repaired and Warranted. TERMS, POSITIVELY CASH. Deo. 15,1858 COLPITTS . .H. T. HAG EB COLPITTS & HA&ER, MANUFACTURES OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLE MONUMENTS Tombs, Head-Stones, &cfj ON NBW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS AND OF SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH. Persons wishing to purchase will find to their interest to give as a oall before going Is OW Li Q 16 MARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN BARNESVILLK, OHIO June 19 1861 ly WOODSFIELD MARBLE WORKS. D. Neuhart A, Co. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. IS prepared to furnish TOMB STONE TABLE TOPS, MANTLES, and every thing else in the marble line. Shop one door south of Kirkbride's store. D. NEUHART & CO. June 18 1860. ly. Monroe Mutual FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY WOODSFIELD, OHIO. This company, being organized under a favo able oharter obtained from the Legislature, is now in a prosperous oondition, and ready to Insure Hotels, Dwelling Houses, Barns, Stables Store Houses, Shops, &c, &c, against loss by fire. DIRECTORS. JAMBS MESSERLY, A. D. DKIGOS, JAMES O. AMOS, tm L, FBjS), EEC IX OGLE, GKOBOK B. ALGF.O, I). W ALTOS, WH. KEAD, JOBN M. ROUNDS, PETEB D1EHL. F. A. LAMPING, Pres't. F. Kobhlbr, Treas. JNO. S. WAY, Secretary and General Agent. May 18. 1864 ly. W. W. JO ED AN. B. HOLLI8TEB. J. B. POWELL JORDAN, HOLLISTER & CO. PRODUCE COMMISSION AND DEALERS IN FLOUR, GRAIN, BAY, GRASS SEEDS, Lard, But ter, Eggs, Green Apples, etc, etc. 264 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. REFERENCES : J. A. & G. H. Davenport, Woodsfield, O S. L. Mooney, do John Round, bummerneld, Uhio. Head & Metzgear, Pittsburg. H'ilson, Carr& Co. Pittsburgh. Junkins, Branum & Co. Bridgeport, O. Martin & Ijams, Caldwell, O. October 12, 1864. -tf. ESTABLISHED UNDER CITY IN 1857. ORDINANCE WHEELER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. PHISTER & HOW, Proprietors, For the Inspection and Sale of LE.4.F TOBACCO, No. 14 West Front Street, between Main and Walnut, near Steamboat Landing, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tobacco sold at Auction or Privately, as owners may desire. KCion Sales TUESDAYS, TlICKSDAYS, Saturdays. Private Sales every day. Maroh 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 pait payment. The land was all entered in lb 53, and offers a first-rate chance for farmers desiring to go to the West. For further particulars address H. R. MASON. Woodsfield, Ohio. December 7, 1864 tf. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given, that the subscriber was, on the 24th day of February 1865, ap pointed by the Probate Conrt of Monroe County, Ohio, Administrator of the Estate of J. M. Boyd, deceased. 3. N. MITCHELL, Adm'r. Match 15, 1855 3w. pd. NEW mil J. E, & W. HOLLISTER. Has just opened out a New Grocery PROVISION & FEED STORE IN WOODSFIELD ! One Door North of Davenports, Where he will keep constantly on hand all kiuds 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 Tongnea, Dried Frnits, Fish, Pickles, Raisins, Figs, Prunes, r"l J 13 2. J! T.T 1 I tsiuea rruus, anaies, nuis,oio Aiwinds of Dye Stuffi f and coloring matter; table and fancy cut tier soaps and candles; a general assortment of NOTIONS, perfumery and fancy articles, cotton 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, including the best varied of Cap, Plain and Fancy Note Paper ! Plain and Fancy Envelopes Pass-Books, Tnck Memorandums, pens, pen holders, Ink and Inkstands, &c, &c. Gire him a call. He sells Exclusively for Cash or Ready PAY! Will Not be Undersold by Ant ! N. B. The highest price, in cash, paid or Oats, Corn, and all kinds of Feed. Sept. 28, 1864 6m. Tom. Walton's ! ADJOINING THE COURT-HOUSE Contains EVERYTHING IN THE GROCERY LINE both Foreign and Domestic, Also TOTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, DLVRY'S, LAMPS, CARBON OIL, PICKLES, BOTH ENGLISH AND AMERICAN, COVE OYSTERS, ENGLISH CURRENT, Chow Chow, Canned Peaches, Foreign Fruits. do Strawberries, Candies, Confectionaries. Catsup, Pepper Sauce. Ladies Baskets, Market Baskets, 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 price. Cash paid for produce if preferred. TERMS CASH: or, if credit be given, all accounts must be settled on the 1st of Janu ary, 1st ot April, 1st of June and 1st of Sept. Give him a call. He sells cheap for cash or country produce. lie will not be undersold by any retail establishment this side of Pittsburg. THOS. WALTON. December 7, 1864 tf. MARTIN BAKER JAMES M. BAKER M. Baker fc Son, at Kirkbride's Old Stand. LARGE SUPPLY OF SUPERIOR tEO1RI1S just received. The beat qualities of Coffee, Sugar and Tea, Also LIQUORS, OYSTERS AND REFRESHMENTS. Canned Fruit, Pickles, and Raisins, Cigars, Tobacco, fec,, ifec. Small profits for CASH is our motto. M. BAHER . Woodsfield, Ohio. August 10, IS 64 tf. Courts for 1S65, EIGHTH DISTRICT. We do hereby fix the times for holding Courts in the Eighth Judicial District of Ohio; for the year 1865, as follows: DISTRICT COURT. Muskingum County, Monday, Sept 4 7 Morgan Tuesday Noble Monroe it Saturday Monday Wednesday Friday Monday Wednesday Friday 9 11 Belmont Guernsey Tuscarawas Harrison Jefferson 13 15 18 20 9t9. COMMON PLEAS. Noble County, Tuesday, January 31; Tuesday, May 2: Tuesday; October 11. Morgan County, Tuesday, February 7; Tuesday, May 9; Wednesday, October 3. Muskingum County, Monday, Jbebrua ry!3, Monday, May 15; ionday October 23. Monroe County, Tuesday, February 14; Tuesday, May 2; Tuesday, October 3. Belmont, Tuesday, February 21; Tues day, May 9; Wednesday, Ocfobor 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, Motaday, March 6; Monday, June 5; Monday, November 13. Done at Steubenville this 26th day of September, 1864. EZRA E. EVANS, JOHN W. OKEv, GEORGE W. McILVAINE, Judges in said District. I certify that the foregoing is a full and true copy of the original order now on file in niv office. DANIEL WALTON, Clerk, Monroe County Common Picas. November 2, 1864. iw. Legal Notice. In the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio. John C. Edington, Administrator of the Estate of W. C. Edington, deceased, against Nancy Kenny and Frederio Kenny her hus band, Thornton C. Edington, Benjamin F. Edington and others, heirs of William C. Edington. deceased. BENJAMIN F. EDINGTON who is a non resident of the State of Ohio, is hereby notified that said Administrator, on the 10th day of March, A. D. 1865, filed in the Probate Court of said County of Monroe, his petition, the objeot and prayer of which petition is to obtain an order of said Court, 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, of range six, in the late Marietta land District. John C. Edington,- Administrator of Wm. C. Edington, Deo'd. March 15, 18G5 4w. FA I R BANKS. STANDARD SCALES OF all kinds. Also, Warehouse Trucks, Letter Presses, &c. FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAF & CO., 172 Lake Street, Chicago. aST" Be careful to buy only the Gen uine, "a-sa January SO, 1864 1. Ho I For the West. Lands for Sale or Exchange. I HAVE several tracts of Land in the States of Illinois, Kanuas and Missouri, which 1 will sell or exchange for lands in Jtfonroe County. Title indisputable. Call on me or write to Woodsfield Afonroe County, Ohio. H. R. MASON. October 12. 1864 3m. pd. To Teachers. The board of Examiners will hold meetings iu Wjodsfield, at the following times: On Saturday, Feb. 25tb, " March 11th, " " April 1st, " " 15th, u m 29th, ' " May 13th, t . 27th, " " June 17th. Examination te commence at 8 o'clock A. M. By order of the Board, JAMES O. AMOS, Clerk. Feb. 1, 1865. ALFRED D. DRIGGS. JAMES ii. DRIGGS AD DRIGGS & SON, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. Keeps constantly on hand, and for sale, at the very lowest prices the times will afford, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, in short everything in the mercantile line that the people of this vicinity are likely to need. They will trade at As High Prices for AND SELL AT AS LOW PRICES FOR GOODS, as any establishment in town can do.' Before buying elsewhere see if you cannot do better at Driggs'. A. D. DRI3GS & SON. Dsoetnber 7, 1884 tf. J as. C. Ore. Jos. O. Littlb J.G.ORR a 0. No. 106 Main Street, WHEELING, VA. BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND WALL PAPER, At Wholesale, for Cash, lower than lany house inthe west. Having bought our stock for cas, we are enaoiea ios sell them for the same at prices to suit cus tomers. Our stock consistsin part of SCHOOL BOOKS, Of All Kinds Miscellaneous Books! 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, .March 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 Stock of Holiday Goods ! Consisting of Juvenile Books! LINEN TOY BOOKS ! MAUOGONY WRITING DESKS ! ets, Annuals, &c. &c &c. 1 nd see our stock, even if you do not buy. We are agents for the AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION I American Bible Society I Presb'terian Board Publication AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY ! And can furnish Sunday Sohool Libraries at New York Prices. RAGS BOUGHT at HIGHEST MARKET RATES. Nov. 18,1803-tf. Fairbanks' Scalks It is with some busi ness firms as it is wilh some individuals, that they staod 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 of which it is capable. This is the case with 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, Evas is. a Post. Administrator's Notice. The subscriber was, on the 14th day of .March, 18 ($5, appointed by the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, Administra tor of he Estate of Hamilton H. Elliott, deoeased. THOMAS GRIFFITH, March 22, 1865 3w. pd. Adm'r. Order of Attachment. J. Way Pltff "I Before Thomas vs: I Martin J. P. of Beth- James Robbison Deft, j el Tp. Monjoe Co., O. On the 2oth day of February 1865, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action for the sum of Fifteen dollavs. Said action will be for hearing on Saturday the 22d day of April 1865 ot 10 o'clock A. M. of said day. J. WAY. March 15, 1865 3w. Sale of Real Estate by Order of Probate Court. John Griffith, Admiuistrstor of Lii Lupton, Against The widow and heirs of Levi Lupton, dee'd. AN Saturday the 29th day of April, 1S65, I will offer for Bale, on the premises, the lonowing real estate, as tne property of Levi Lupton. deoeased, to-wit: Being a part of the south-east quarter of section 30, in township 5, of range 5; beginning for the samx on the direction of south 67$ degrees east, 6 perishes, from a stone planted near the south-west cor ner ot Isaac Brown's store, trom which stone. a hickory (marked,) bears north 30 dvgs.,at 33 links, running thenoe north s2$ degress, east 27 and C6-10O perches ; thence south bdh degrees, east 6 and 36-100 perches; thence 22$ degrees west 29 and 72-100 perches ; thence north 67$ degrees, west 6 perches, to the place of beginning ; contain ing one acre and eleven perches, more or less, except 39 perches, more or less, sold off said land by said Levi Lupton, in his life time, to one John S. .Maxwell, and subject to the widow's homestead, already assigned. Tebms One-half cash in hand, and one half in. one year, to be secured. Also, at &&ine time and place, a splitting machine, to split leather, and a uantity of tan-bark, supposed to be 16 or 20 cords. JOHN GRIFFITH, Adm'rlof Levi Lupton, dee'd. March 29, 1865, fit Legal Notice. BENJAMIN RING, a non-resident of the State of Ohio, will take notice that on the 11th day of March 1865, i. A. Lamping filed a petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, OhiD, against him, asking judgment on a promissory note for the sum of $113 with interest from September 27, 1862, and for the sale of lands to satisfy said claim. Said Ring is required to answer said petition on or before the Third Saturday after the 19th day of April 18S5. P. A. Lampino. March 15, 18S56w. J,W. JPALTON, WALTON c Governmental WOODSFIELD OHIO. - Office, Fourth building south of Public square, East side, known as the Cunningham building, 0 Mr W. having been for many years an officer of the PENSION and GENERAL LAUD OFFICES at Washington City, and being familiar with the methods of conducting business before tho Executive Departments, possesses superior facilities for securing the most PROMPT and FAVORABLE aotion upon all claims placed in his hands for collection. He will give special attention to the prosecution of claims for BACK-PAY, 10 BOtTNTY; BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS, INVALID PENSIONS, TO WIDOWS, CHILDREN, MOTHERS AND SISTERS. ' , Alan lima for Marines. Flotilla-men. Offioers, Pilots, Engineers, Sailors ana orews upon the Gun-boats; of Contractors, Patentees, business with the General Government. REFERENCES. Hon. J. M. Edmunds, Com. of Gen'l Land Oftloe. Hon. Joseph S. Wilson, Ex. " " " John Robb, Esq., Chief Clerk of Pensions. Hon. R. J. Atkinson, 3rd Aud. of Trdasury. October 8. 1862 6m. G. S. NEWCOMB & CO. BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS JOB PRINTERS, BOOK BINDEBS, And 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 Blakk Books for the use of the different County Officers, Merchants and oth ers. Our Blanks are almost universally con ceded to be the best prepared in the Stale, are printed on fine paper, and ruled in the best style. Orders will meet with prompt attention. Feb. 22, 1865 ly. R IAS THIS CAREFULLY. THE undersigned having rented the Ware House from Mallory & Tyler, will attei the first day ot April, Receive, Store and Ship at the following prices, and as moch less as any responsible house in Monroe County: Tobacco per hhd 16 cents Salt D raved and Stored 10 Eastern Goods por 100 pound 5 And no Charges Made for Coopering Persons having Shiping to do, will find ii to their interest to Ship through this house as they have no interest in Stem Boats, will at all times endeavor to Ship on the best and cheapest Boats. Ifjgf Wagons unloading at this House will always find FEED at fair prices. JOHN MALLORY & CO. Jlfarch 1, 1S65 2m. llufiis S tine's Es i i NOTICE is hereby given that on the 22d of March, 18(35, Benjamin Stine was ap pointed, by the Probate Court of .Monroe county, as Administrator of the estate of Ru ius Stine, deceased. BENJAJWIN STINE, Adm'r of Ruius Stine. Afarch 29, 65, 3w, Administrators' Notice. Notice is hereby given that the under signed weje appointed Administrators on the 25th day of June. 1864 by the Piobate Court f Monroe roonty, Ohio, of the estate of Wm. H. Davis, deceased. . ELIZABETH DAVIS, JJ.O. Jtf. BUBKHEAD, Jlfarch 22, 1865 owpd. Adm'rs NOTICE. NDREW BOYD, who resides in the Slate XI of Pennsylvania, James W-'ithrow and Isabella Withiow, his wife, who also reside in j the same Stale. Dinah Mc Council also of the same place, and Isabella Boyd, and the un-1 known heirs of Wilson Boyd, deoeased. of the State of Indiana, will take notice tbat Jacob N. .Mitchell, as the Administrator of Jeremiah Af. Boyd, deceased, on the 20th d v ! of aiaich, 1865, filed his petition in the P:o jbate Court of the County of jtfonioe, in the j State of Ohio, and which is now pending I therein ; the object aud prayer of which s I to obtain the authority of said Court, to sa;d Administrator, to sell the following deacribi d real estate of said Jeremiah M. Boyd, to pay his debts, to-wit: a part of the eemhwest quarter of Paction No. 11, in township 3 of range 5, commencing on the north side of the south-west quarter of section 11, township 3 of raDge 5. Bouth 66$ degrees east 34 jnin. 8 rods from the north-west corner of said quarter; thence south 1 degrees west 124 minutes rods to a stone ; thence south 44 degrees east 19 minutes 3 rods to a stone; thence south 46 degrees east 29 rods to a stone , thence north 54 degrees east 38 mm. IS rods to a stone ; theuce south 39 degrees east 53 minutes 25 rods to a, stone; thence north 31$ degiees east 10 min. 17 rods to the section line, thenoe soulb 87$ degiees east 13 min. 6 rods to a stone; thenoe north 1$ degrees east 162 min. 55 rods to the north east ctn-nor of said qiarter: thence north 8i; degrees west 122 min 6 rods to the plare of beginning, containing 111 acres 3 rods and ! P""8 i lo, about 5 acres adjoining said lrol on tn,J south side theieof, in said south i webt quarter section, and being a patt of said tarm, Said petition will be for hearing on the 29th day of April, lt5, in said court. JACOB N. MITCH ALL, Adm'r of John tf. Boyd. .March 29, 1866, ow Administrator's Sale. B Y Virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Monroe County, the undersinn- ed, as Administrator of David Vaunest, will offer for sale at public aution, on the pre mises, On the 15lh Day of April, 1865, the following Real Estate, situated in Monroe county, Ohio, to-wit : The North-west qr. uf the South-west qr. of Section 15, in Town ship 4 aud Range 4, excepting one-fourth of an acre used as a grave yard, containing 40 acres more or less. Tkrms of Salk One-third cash, one-third in one year and one-third iu two years, with interest. WM, WORKMAN, Adm'r. Jlfarch 22, 4w BLAtfK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. James O. Ao., m Claim Agents Post-Masters; and all ther claims againBt, and Hon. William F. Hunter Hon. James R. Morris N. Hollister, Esq. Wm. Okey, Esq. DR. ROBACK'S STOMACH BITTERS ABIHOT TO BE EXCELLED Al A STOMACHIC ASS . .a Jlegulatei- ortn DIGESTIVE ORGANS. ave, xvo oerc o W. cwAve a o. ttuCittvwe wy.cv wW. $Wv 'v Wur V," a vtvcvu. cvewA a C,vwv wok., oy t Vowa, Vuwv, Verx . Bilious Fever, Fever asnd, Jkgvbe, Liver CoinjplcbiTit, Dyspepsia,, Tndzgestion, JcuundiGe, Kidney Cornplxi7it9, txvA oW. &vs.ta.e 0$ a. WumX ave covosc vara awA WyVC WO.YLC tVYv are c.e, Woo twa "Wv,xA. . -7 t; 3VCk OJ?1vr v.te- W& yvcNev yaaxV &Aac oocvA CowIJoyY. . - " "By. "RoWtV &.yvc .vvyav vcveVawtVtoV Y.ew.vx.i "fi .aYYea, These fitters are put up in qwxri bottles, of which the above is fao-aim-ile. Th label is finely engraved, and is provided with safe-guard frm orwierfeiters. (Prize $1 per bottle, or 8,'jr.for $5. O. W. tfobask, Proprietor, JTo. 6 iVvst Fourth St., Cincinnati, to vohem aU orders should be addressed. FOR SALE BY G. H. Davenport, Woodsfield; B. C. Kotsbu Malaga; Christian Bander . Brownsville; Yanlaw Alexander h Co., Cameron; John W. Barnrtti Stafford; Wagonfield & Co., Jaeobsburg; Tipton &Powell, Jerusalem; Jacob T. Morrill. Glaring ton; J. H. & J. P. Thornbnry, Beallsville and by Druggists and Merchants generally through not the United States and Canada. Judkins & Hall, Woodsfield, O Jan. 3, 18G3. ly. r ' 1 " " NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons not to trust my wife, Sarah E. Martin, she having left my house and boarding without auy ust cause, and I am determined not to pay any debts of her contracting, from this date. LEVI JAMES JfARTIX. ' Match 8, SN.