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l li 3 ",! i v r i ' r t! it a LOOilf: "INTELLIGENCE; t istfflij : ProtatjeT.oiiiB; office in Court House, -(Bp slalrt.) J - ,v Anditor.flf. Hosppler; office in Court House, (Wr-.'nH ft-, -r: ;i frf oiir ; Treasurer, Wx. Read; offioe adjoining Court Homsedown stairs.) ; i, . . A , . , ; 04rk of CnurtJEsV, Williams; office In Court House,"' fap stairs.) " " ' . Proseouting Attorney, J. P. Spbiqgs; office ?p stairs' la'BIbb'rner Ha8.('TT i ! IT , - . Rewrxttr,p., O'Connor; office adjoining Court House, (down -stairs.) ''T ' Sheriff,. JbsKPtt JUxKRs;offic in Court House, (upu)- r: ; . Commissioner., ThokAs MrSPUT,' Barket Mass, Wx. Fc Booth office with Auditor. Surveyor, O. S. Sloaji; Postoffice, Stafford. Infirmary Directors; Elijah JLTcMahos, Jesse jjACxaoif, Martjh-Baker. L.: .t. t -ei Croaer, Johs Mohxehakn, Esq. -'Has enlarged many a small business;'; "vlLIaVrevIvedman'y a dull "business; , J . Has saved many. a failing business;" "' ,Has preserved jnany a large business; AHai created toany a new business.1 many TRY IT,.- NOTICE. Announcement of marriages and iatns;containing six lines or less, we pnb "tish' free of charge,' and will bo much obliged "to our friends throughout the comity if they siil forward, them to us. ' Five cents per line will be charged for all above six linear on all TJbitaaryTJfoticea.' , -, Tr? f - -f -'": : i, lime Table, of C O. . H. B. : EASTWARD B0C5D. .J'd ';a t WESTWARD BOUND, ARRIVES. - V .-LEAVES. ; '. .x. A.jroj;jrTvi"'rTCI A a.k. 2:15 ,10.43 Barnesville .6:30. 6:20 8:23 -'11:00 ' 'Burtons ' 6.24 6:14 8.37 11:03 Burr's Mill 6.16 7:0s 8:42 ,11:14 Belmont -t 6:10 11 J8:51 .' 4 1.2301 U wia'JMt. 1 , ;. 6,01 9:03 11:33 Warnock's 6:49 9:12 ll;i2.Iieienooe 1 J J 5:37 9:25 11-54 NeflPa Siding 5:25 c:8:40i;!li-19: 'Sellaire ? " -5:10 6:00 , t 5:51 i 5.39 5.27 5:15 Depend upon" this table until : fnither notice. -1 't&jTl Ofi Little: and'. Daniel Z Conger have been appointed, by the new Council, "Marshal -of , Woodsfield!. Vs . v . - f " . t . -f. 1 ;J XwThe Board :, of. SchoolExaminers granted twenty-three certificates to teach- "iron 5aJjur d ay , the 14th Inst. "'. :' : w;tFcaliuttiipn,bfU desir-isg-a p!easani and profitabls employment o1he advertisement in'thii paperheaded t "sole learn from'a' reliahle source that the town of Beallsville was in great danger,ra' few nights sincej of being burn 'ec? 'Tip; -'-Several -houses "were on fire in - different parts of the town'.'-"'.'- 0 - iu ,!,-. 3uJ V '- t .. :..: -.: .--.-:. j ETheKMoBroe'. Coupty ' Deinocratw Central Committee will meet on Saturday, May 19, for the purpose of appointing Delegates to the' State Convention to be held atC4l.an)bgs-. the 2ith, QfxJIay. This counts ris entitled to seven delegates. Admitted jrp pRACTiCE.-T-jHon; Rob ert Savage, ' of Carobricfge Ohio, and fetate Senat6r.from this. District, ' was 'on J'ridayi last admitletlj? at Cincinnati,.' to jjractjice ;'in Attorney and Counsellor at Law in the United. States and District Court.Hfr is a fine lawyer and intends to' practice .irj fhab"oVe?C6urtsi where his jUlenU jndii.egai attaiament3 :will (Joubt less insure him an. extensive professional business. "? e'i:' 1 '!.,' - - ' stThe Derby -bat ia the , rage this Spring -frs ' V very.neat' little affair, but poit'ulated'io protect thefair complex- . ion ef- th ladies from the burning rays of the" ixixi r-ffj InooraparaJjJe hatj ; -.i-J? Lam astOBishod tSat Thou art so rare; . Thou addest new grace, - . i5i 'ini TpaieU SBici 'fiiV'face1''-'-' 7 ' . - Seem still more rat-,jf .-a -;;rrc , i; ,. Thou addest new grace, s SV-We do .not intend to offend any one ly 'our locals, neither will we' ko' 'W'in tentionallv, but 'tis impossible to consult fhewlshc'a !of .'eyery ? one in this respect; (hVKVOT?J'wayt.th"e ryery sepsitjve, - le'tiwermit y6ur -''feelinks1' i'-to get' "ha ;' fccltef bf f6u.:,ITery ofte:nroffenVeris ta- ken at an article in whiehjMr. As er;Mr. B.'fl name appears, and in which there is no intention to injure either of them, but rather' togive art ''impartial sketch of" the trangactipn....aI;t s , ,-:; - ,SS.Xn j-the ?prespectu3::f - the Noble Couniy3Arc'ic,-;the following fuftnpas sage stands fbrth' in large letters: ,'. " Vj ; -"The cheapest county paper published in Ohio, because it contains-each week a ereater tarietv1 and' lanrer "amount of . reading matter." ,.,F)u,ony for seyeral reasonsi ono lsit dyi has.' about.ten ?columns of reading mailer and foutteen'col.umns' of advertise: ments.,Ve presume.the yariety'? is found - in the latter, also the "larger amount." New Firm. Mr. S. L. Mooney, pro ' .prietor orthe ,pppular ciercantile estab lishment in this place, during the past four yeari.i ha eptered into-.cqjpaftner hip with Mejssrst( .Noll &r. Amstrppg. The new fir'm'int'end carry'ing'on the'mosi ' jCxtinstvV Wislness; 'Stid seUheyper'than tirl elmilar t.) e'stabEsh menty. ia'J Eastern Ohio. Their Spring stock," the largest ever broiigni 'tb this place,' has arrived, most fastidious can and will be gratified. Their goiIsCwe'r ..pufcHase' : after the he'ivy'aeolineA s'Onjf weeks .-since;. aa "the pricea annexed. willjprove, they sell uZJ Cal Jalico of the best quality at from 15 to- ,9ft- worH- f -s r t, rcf ' i'W-xP V: I' iV -iVrf'' JcstMvslin at.2ocper yard.,,' u ?; , Coffee at dOc per pound; Sugar at from 15 to 20c per pound; The title of the new firm -is . Mooney & Co. 8ie advertisement. ; Meeting jf . the Monroe , County -; DEMOCRATIC CENTRAi; UOM. Tlieiu, will be ; a meetiiig of the Democratic 'Central Com mittee at Woodsfield, on , : ; SATURDAY, BIAY 19, 1866, to appoint Delegates "to the State:. Cbnyention, io ; fix;"the time 1 and " manner of hold ing the :next County Conven tion aiid to attend to such oth- er business as may come be fore the Committee. ; r r r ' " The following is a: Iist. of the members. -Township. Adams Benton...'. Karnes.-- - ...Michael Mellott. .Thomas Mritpnr. :.r:". J6hnv Beaver. Betlrel. Center...., Franklin. Green.... . J. O. Amqs. ..-.'.William MilliqAn. .......John Gillespie, ..,.Wm. Holdsworth. ..;.Wm. Browneield. Jackson Malaga. Ohio.. ..Chris. Cehres. Pe rry .i.t . .James Drum. SaIent:....V;.::.T.7.J0HN D. O'Connor. Seneca Richard Clegq. Summit... ;T. C." Kellt. Su nsbu ry .v:. ;. .....;..... ..JOHN J iffers. Switzerland ...Jacob Rupp. Washington '....Ja's, Oket. Wayne.... '. Aman : Moose. ' ' ; James 0. A3lOS,;V7A'n. ; ........ . S.The following cards and advertise ments of-persons in business here "and 'elseythere may be. found in our columns: Morns & Way, Attorneys at Law, Amos& bpnggs, Ed. Archbold, King & Manning, J: W..Shannon, .LI J.T. MorrilLU. A W. T.Sinclair.JI.D N. Wagenheim, Marble Works-, Thos. Colpitis, " Hager & Kerstine, " ' f "' " . W. W. Jordan,' Tin 'Ware. W. Rose, ' : ' " Mrs.Smith,. Weaving. Mrs, ,M4J. Smith, Millinery. ; r, Capt. Muhlemann, bteamer f otontac. Tbds. Hughes, Clothing. ' " "; j Oithins & Ferguson', Druggists, y ; Fairbanks," Morse & Co. Scales. ! P. Duff & Son, Commercial Colle geV....-, Groveteen & Co., Pianos, . - V. . Dr. Talbott, Pills. . . . , Thos. F. Chapman, Stranget but rue. John B. .Ogden, Errors of. our Rev. E. A..Wilson,.To"Consumptfve3, Shaw & -ClarkySewing Machihes.- : ' Secomb&Co.v- , ' Mooncy & Co,:,'Dry Goods. : ' ' EST" Where ignoranceis bliss, "'tis folly to be wise," but ignorance. of the fact that there is a preparation in. use called Foutz's Horse, apd Cattle Powders, , which has save thousands of these ' animals fconi premature decay and death; is not wisdom. Not by S jug-full. Ileaven and earth bavo.been moved; by ;the : proprietors to prevent ignorance of this kind. They dv'ertise "in "almost ' every paper, in the country- and thousands - dailyL give the modicine to their stock, and recommend it! But,' it must be recollected, that there are thousands iof willfully ignorant peo ple in the country who never "take the papers.'". - Such people bejiave that , the sun rises in -the South; that'the horizon which they gee bounds the earth; and that Gen ; Jackson is tHI President of the United. i States. .Such ignorance may; be bllii, hutwe can't see it.1"-1 r4-; SSuIn these times Of high prices, it is well-to "remember that Children can be supplied with shoes for less than half the usual annual. cpstt by wearing Metal-Tipped Shoes, to say nothing of stockings destroyed: ah health endangered by wet feet, arising from the child-like habit of wearing out their shoes at the toes first.-ros?on Journal. , v ri .'l ' We endorse the-above, for we know from experience that one .pair-of the letal-lippeG cnoea win wear asi;iong as two pair3 without the tips. fB"Cl'eanlioss'is' next to Godliness,-' and as. this. community is.not particularly burdened -with the latter, Iet.the':..)y;.al) means attend to the former, thus contrib uting towards' preventive of thai? terri ble, epidemic,, the. cholera.;, Ajleys, cel Idrsf drains,, about vEtablea ; and. yards, should be 'thof qu'ghly, cleansed - and lime plcntifuny thrown upon places that ; emit a stench,asa disinfectant. Don't neglect thislmattr itttiLjtU too hte'jr"' :.Ul. , SQ.Commissionsas Justices- of the Pece have been recefved by. the .Clerk of thia county ;i'or..tho following persons, township-annexed: I ' ' '''r: Artams--George-Bra!cy;:T ' ' BentonJohn Ciine. ,J "u - ' ':r . ;;-V?; -ThomaV Mb'rphy.";3; ' ; .Hwitzerjand E. G, Blatler, '.fj.'j3 r. luii' i'iihr&A Besseser,',.;1 d "v-r rfTlntthe first qaarter of ihi3. year, e riding Match 31 , the Probate "; J ud ge is sued sixty fouf marriage licenses, as fol? lows: rJanuafy20, February 15,: March 29 . . . ; ..;;'. i.'t vi J6Bu.siness notices id this column one insertion, 10 cents per lije.- No no tice inserted for less than oo. SO taES bAZlEg;JLFeb. J J,; by Rev, Wm. Bell, Ar. Garrett 'SoUlesj ;of Monroe County, 0hio and Wiss Christiana' Lazier, of Wash- Ington County,' Ohio, -6 '- . v.-t-r. ECKELBERRY G0UDY April 17, by H. T. Mitchell. E3q;,Afr,:wSbrahamtEcRelberry, of Jerry township,- ap4 Miss (Sarah Ann Goudy, of Green township,. all in- Monroe. ;Couat,y . What has it Done ? Congress has been in session over four months, and yet what has it done except to quarrel with the President, and obstruct the restora tion of the Union ? The business inter ests of the country are all unsettled, and this in consequence of the total uncer tainty that prevails as to what action will be taken by Congress on the absorbing questions of the day. If that body were not in session, and the President allowed to' pursue, without prejudice, the line of policy he seeraj convinced will be the only effective one in bringing about an eatly restoration of the old Union, the public mind would become easy, and a large stride made towards settling down on a firm and reliable basis. As matters now stand, no man knows on what to cal culate for to-morrow. Plain Dealer. " JSQfThe Washington correspondent of the New,York Express says: . "Impeachment of the President. This: is certainly in contemplation, and is certain to take place, if the August, Oc tober and November elections justify the hazzard. The work is to be done next not this winter, and thus Congress is to sit this .time as long as the members can be held together," SPECIAL NOTICES. rphe Groyesteen Piano ."Forte still re tains its precedence and great popularity, and after undergoing gradual improvements for a period of thirty yeats, is now pronounced by the musical world to be unsui passed and even nnoqualled in richness, volume and purity of tone, durability and cheapness. Our new scale, Frenchaction, harp- pedal, iron frame, over-strung bass, seven octave, rosewood pi anos we are Belling cheaper by from $100 to $200 than the same style and finish are sold by any other first-class makers in the coun try.' Dealers and all in want .of' good pianos are invited to send for our Descriptive Cata logue, which contains photographs of our difierent 6tjles, .together with prices.. Medals, almost without number, have been awarded to the Groresteen Piano, and at the Celebra ted World's Fair, though put in competition with others from all parts of Europe and the U. S., it took the highest award. Established 1835. J Grovesteen & Co., janlOly.' 439 -.ZJkoadwat, New York. -r - ' i " .' :i i Fairbanks' Standard Scales In. all business transactions requiring the nse of scales,' it is of great importance to both buyer and seller that only suck should be used as are reliable, otherwise, vexatious discrepan. cies iu weights and oftentimes serious losses and litigations, are "sure to follow. It is (everywhere acknowledged, and that, after most extensive use in all branches of business for more than thirty years", and the most thorough' and varied test's, that Fair banks' Scales aro unequalled by any others in correctness, convenience and durability. j They are adapted to" every branch of business in which weighing is required, and our stock dealers and large farmers should have one of these designed for weighing cattle and other livestock.' '.; T ',';?' ' '- '. 1' ' ' ; Every variety of these scales -can now be had of Fairbanks; Morse & Co., No. 125 Wal nut street, Cincinnati, -where the Company has recently ; established - a ! Western Ware house. aprlO. To Consumptives. The advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple reme dy, aftr" having : suffered for .several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease Consumption is anxious to mate known to his fellow-sufferers the means of care. . . , , ..... To all w.Iht desire 'it; he will send a copy of the 'prescription-' used ' (free ":-of charge,) with the directions for preparing and using the same,' which " Ihey will find a burr cure FOE CoKsOMPTIOX, ASTHMA, BrOKCUITIS,CoUGH3, Colds, and all Throat' and Lung Affections. The only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which heiconceives to : be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, a3 it will cost them nothing, and may prove a. blessing. , r . ...-, rarties wishing the prescription, free, by return, mail, will please address I Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, febHly, ..Williamsburgh, Kings Co., N. Y. ; v -' Errors of .Youth.- . A Gentleman who suffered for'years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youthful' indiscretion, will for the 6ake of sutferiug humanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe and directions for making the simple remedy by which; he was cured. .... Sufferers wishing to profit by the ad vertiserVexperience, can do so by address ing: ''. ..- JOHATB. OODEN, ; Jebl-ily. No,' 13 Chamiers St., N. ,Y. -.:-;T-;: r estrange, But3rne. - Every: young, lady and: gentleman in the United States can learn something very much to their advantage ; by return mail (free of charge,) py addxessmg tne undersigned. Those having fears of being humbugged will oblige by not noticing this card. All others will please address their obedient servant, -" ' , l' ' THOS, F. CHAPMAN, ' ebl41i 31 Broadway, New York. DE.-TALBQTT.'S FILLS Composed of highly concentrated extracts from roots and herbs of the highest medici nal value, inialiible in the cure of all diseases of' the Liver or any derangement of the DU gestive Organs, l They remove all impurities of the blood, and; are unequaled in the cure of DiarrhsB,' Jaundice, : Dyspepbia,-' Scrofula, Billiousness, Liver Complaint; Fevers, Head ache, .Piles.. Mercurial , Diseases,. Hereditary HumoTS.' Dose; " for adults," One ' pill in the morning, children half a pill. ; From one to three pills will ours ordinary .cases; and from one to three boxes will cure any curable case of no matter how long standing.1 Price $1 per box.' -Trade supplied or scnt by g ail.'" - T .V.- AfOTT TALBOTT,' M. D:, & CO. -Hly. ' '.62 Fulton Street, New York AT the June session of the Commissioners of Jonroe county, in the State of Ohio, for 1866, there , will be presented to said Commissioners a petition for & county road, beginning' at the county road leading from Woodsfield down Standing Stone Run on the lands, of j ti, tristner In sec. 18 1. 4 li a near and west of Qkey's old .sawmill dam; thence southeast through lands of said Christner to the line between said Christner and Geo.' JI Davenport, thence southeast through a corner of, said Davenport Jn said, seotipa, to the line between said Davenport and- Adam Resebeok, near the northeast corner of said Keffebeck a land in said . seotipn; thence southwardly through lands of said Resbeck near the sec tion line between sections 12 and 18 to the southeast corner of a four acre lot sold by Jones to S8houpe;thence southwardly through said Schoupe's lands. In aection 18 to the line between said Schoupe pnd Sterling Jones west and near, their orchard; thence southwardly through lands- of Baul jones and near: his house to the liue between $aid Jones and Georce Mason in seotipn 17; thence south wardly through. lands of said lUson about.30 rods to the county .Road leading down the tun, north side or saia juason's - larm, near wuwe'the path'bjailing from Said Jones' house Inte'ssbts siid load. ;'S lUTlilONR. . V April 21, 1,836.:,) :-j j i heap Gasli Store! 2iew Firm. - lew" Goods! Great Victory Over High Prices! MOONEY & CO., (Successors to S. L. Mooney,) WOULD respectfully announce to the peo - pie ! of Woodsfield and surrounding country, that they are now receiving their first Spring Stock of -AND Ready Made Clothing!! and in fact everything usually kept in such a store. We are just in receipt of ' A NEW AND SPLENDID Stock of Goods! whinhhave been boujrht at the LOWEST PRICES, and will be offered in the same way for CASH or PRODUCE exclusively. We have a LARGE LOT OF TROTS! warranted fast colors and perfect in every re spect. LADIES' DRESS GOODS of every description. BLEACIIED & BROWN MUSLINS : . at all prices. . . Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, GROCERIES of all Kinds. RE ADY4IADE CLOTHING, Alio, 5. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER on the shortest notice.and of the latest styles- Call and examine our stock. No trouble to show our goods. Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods. Don't forget the place, West Side of the Public Square Hi sliest, Price Paid for Wool. MOONEY & CO. S. L. Mooney hereby extends his sincere thanks to his former customets.and earnestly requests all persona indebted to him to call early and liquidate the same.: The new firm of Mooney & Co. respectfully solicit and will strive to merit a continuance of the patron age heretofore extended to S. L. Mooney. vapr24m2. . : , : : . ( , Road Notice. A PETITION will, be presented to the Com missioners of Monroe County, Ohio, at their next June session, praying for an alte ration and review of the "John. White Read," as follows: "Commencing 'on the lease of Eli Ciine in section 7 Township 4 and Range where the road com men cos to descend the hill, east of the old road where it intersects the State road; thence the nearest and best route to the month of . the Clear Fork of the Little Muskingum River, following the present road to the lands of Mary Bolen; thence across the Little ilfuskingum River through the lands of Eh Hanlon. Eliaa Moreland and Alex Bell to the cobnty line between Monroe and Wash ington Counties at John P. Wilson's land, to intersect the road leading from Rinard's . Mill to Ifatamoras. r f JlfANY PETITIONERS. apr24w4. - . . Attachment Notice. John JcKee, plaintiff, ) Before Jas. Wehr, J. -'"- vb. ' vf. of Seneca town Nicholas Gambs,deft. ship, Monroe County, Ohio: On the 1 2th day of April, A D. l866,said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action for the sum of $14 32, and will be for final hearing- on the 16th 'day of May, A.D. 1866. JOHN McKEE. apr24'- ' - .v''- ? -:' Farm for Rent or Sale, ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACHES will fmnm TT a m-ia otri 1 Id onA 9. miloa r from Lebanon, on the county road VvW leading from th first named to the , fjmi latter place. . - ; seVenty.five;aciies cleared, and seeded with grass, the balance, 85 acres, the best of timber, new barn 40 by 60 chard of over : . A log house, granary, a feet (framt) and an or- T WO HUNDRED BEARING FRUIT Trees, (choice,) are the improvements. Pos session can be. given immediately, . For par ticulars inquire of the subscriber. . "aprl0w4. - SAJITL P. EVANS. . . Caldwell, Noble .County, Ohio, WANTED! 875 to Agents. Jlale and Female at $150 per month to sell the Celebrated C O M M O N S E: N S E ; ; Family . Sewing - Machine! . . Price $18.00. , ' This Machine will do all kinds of work equal to the high prioed Machines, and is the only practical and reliable Cheap Sewing Machine in the world. Send for descriptive Circulars. Address . SEC Q IB & CO., Chicago, I1L, or ClevelandA Principal Offic, Chicago ill.- No. 2 Custom Houbb Place. mar271y. ' '. f ' ' J H SLI 9.9 IS. IO . A Book of Thrilling Interest for the " - ' Young, ' ' ' ' " TIic Early riajslcal Oegencracy AMERICAN PEOPLE, And the Early Melancholy Decline - of Childhood and- Youth. ' ' - JUST PUBLISHED BY., - DR. STONE, Physician to the Troy Lung and Hygienic In- . ' ' ' BTITUTB. '' ' A Treatise on the above subject, the cause of Nervous Debility ,Marasmns and Consump tion, Wasting of the Vital Fluids, the myste rious and hidden causes of Palpitation, Im paired Attrition and Digestion. This is a most thriMng booA,ana is tne re sult of thirty year's experience of th aut'oor in more than ten thousand cases of this class of dreadful maladies. It has been written from conscientious and philanthropic motives, and appeals most particularly to Parents. Guardians, and to the Youth, for it details timely aid to restore the already SHATTER ED BARK, and a rudder to clear the Bhoals and rocks of childhood. v Send two bed stamps 42TD OBTAIN THIS MASTERLY BSPOBT. FAIL not to send and get this book. A class of Maladies prevail to a fearful ex tent in community: dooming at lea3t one hun dred thousand youth, of both sexes, annually to the grave. These diseases are very imper fectly understood. Their external manifes tations of symptoms, are Nervous Debility, Relaxation or Exhaustion, Marasmus or Mus cular Wasting, and consumption of the tis sues of the whole body. Shortness of breath, or hurried breathing on ascending a hill, a flight of stairs great palpitation of the Heart; Asthma, Bronchitis and Sore'. Throat; Shaking of the Head and Limbs, Aversion to Society, and te business or study; Dimness of Eyesight; Loss of Memory; Dizziness of the Head, Neuralgic Fains in various parts of the body; Pains in the Back and Limbs; Lumbago; Dyspepsia or Indigestion; Irregularity of the Bowuls; Deranged secretions of the Kidneys and other glands of the Belly, as Leuchor rhooa, or Fluor Albns, &c. , Li&ewise Epilepsy, Hysteria and Nervous Spasms. ' : - ; Now, in ninety-nine cases out of every one hundred all the above named disorders, and a htfst of others, not named, have their seat primarily in a morbid derangement of the nutritive functions a vitiated or impaired condition of the blood. - . Dr. Andrew StoncjFiJ ysiclan to the Troy JLung & Hygienic Institute, is now engaged in treating this class of mod ern maladies as a sociality with the most astonishing success. A long series of chem ical investigations has resulted in discoveries of the most thrilling interest to the invalid. The advantage of Dr. Stone's eysteui of medical treatment is so plain and simple that patients can be cured at their homes in- any part of the country male or FEMALB.by send ing the treatment, by letter or express, with advice and correspondence. The Liquid 'Catarkii Remedy an Infallible cure will ie'seut for $2 25 by mail or ex pieiS. Address Dr. ANDREW STONE, apr24. , 96 Fifth street, Tio, N.Y. F O U T2'S CELEBRATED This preparation,' -long and favorably , known, will thor oughly rtinvigorat-i broken-down and ' low-spirited horsr, by strer.gthenins and cleansing the stomach and intes tines. It is a sirre pre . ventivc of all dis eases . incident to FEVKB, GLANDERS, this animal, such u Lt(r YELLOW WA TER, HEAVES, COUGHS, DIS TEMPER, FE VERS, FOUNDER LOSS OF APPE TITE AND VITAL . ENERGY, ke. Its use improves the wind, increases ; the appetite-gives a smooth and glossy skin and transforms the miserable skeleton into torse. ' a fine-looking and spirited . To keepers of Cows this preparation is invalosb'e. It increases the quantity and improves the quality orttie milk." it bus -.been proven by ac- tiul experimmt to incrvaso the qan tity of milk aud ; cream twenty per cent, and make the -batter tna and ' swt In fattening cattle, it irives tht-m .' an aiptit", loost-Mi .... . i n i c ! i. v makes them thrive much faster. In all diseases of Swine, such as Conghs, Ulcers in the Langs, Liver, to.,- this article acts as a specific. By patting from one-half a paper to a paper in a barrel of swill the -. j.. wul be eradicated V&SIi or entirely prevented: If given in time, a eertiis : preventive and care for the H;ig Obotera. v ' Price 2S Cents per Paper, r 5 7prt for tL ; , , - .. .: i FBX7ABZO BT : S. A.. I1BO., AT THXIK rTEOlESAlE DBrO AND IIEBIOSE DETOT, No. 116 Franklin St, Baltimore, Kd. , For Sale by Dni(rgiU and Storekeepers through out the United States. - Joel Jndkins, Woodsfield, Ohio, Wholesale and Retail agent for Foutz's Horse and Cattle Powders, for Afonroe County, Ohio -apr241y COPPER T I N AND SHEET IRON WARE. W . W J 0 R D A-N ' ' IT AS commenced business iu the building three doors north of Davenport's store, and intends to keep on hand and manufao ture all kinds of Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware. He also has for sale ' " ' ; COOK I N G S T O T E S ,. Stoves for offices, Shops, School Houses, &c, CRATES, FENDERS," FIRE FRONTS, and Dollow.Ware of every description. His old customers and the publio generally are in vited to call and examine his stock and pri ces. , - ' .,. j : '.'.- . Woodsfield, Ajrll 17, 1866. ; Monroe County. Infirni'ary. F A HU. F O R' -S A L E l The Commissioners of Jlfnroe County, Ohio. will olTer for sale, at ' the front door of the Court House in Woodsfield, to the highest bli. der, on :-'" :' '"' ; - ' ; '' ' -' Thursday, ; May,;24, 1866, the south part cf the northwest quarter of section 25 township 5 and range 5, contain ing 121 acres, known a3 the .. . : . - LNLXI-R-M A,RY E A-R M Terms liberal 'and made known' on day of oale. By order of the Commissioners. , J -.:':. ? M.HOEFFLEa, marl3w4. Aud, J, C. 0. Horse ai Cattle Powaers 1 m ; , . ; IRON, BUILDINGS, ,-, . . No. 37 Fifth Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. Tuition Fee Tiever Changed. : FORTY DOLLARR- PAYS FOR ' THE FULL GRADUATING COURSE. TIME UNLIMITED, IN BOOR! KEEPING, . ' BUSINESS PENMANSHIP, ; ''"' '.:-''i" ' ' COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, . . LECTURES UPON LAW, ETHICS, 1 DETECTING COUNTERFEIT MONEY, 40. ' Other Colleges have either advanced their tuition fee to $50, or charge $10 to J15 extra for Penmanship. Their .Books and statione ry, also, costing from $12 to $20 ours cost but $5. DUFF'? ORIGINAL PUN OF .BUSINESS EDUC iTION, as taught in this city for about twentv-five year3, from his own systems of Book Keeping, which are sanctioned by . the Ameiican Institute and Chamber of Commeroe and other oompetent , authorities of New York, as the most perfect system in U3e, with W. II. DUFF'S FIRST PREMIUM. BUSINESS AND ORNAMENTAL PENMANSHIP taught in DAY AND EVENING CLASSES. It will be found by proper inquiry that this is the only College of the kind in the Union conducted by an experienced Merchant, and whose Penman is a trained accountant. Merchants, steamers and Bankers can always obtain thoroughly educated account ants on application at oar office. " . : ' CTThose desiring our elegant new Circu lar, pp. 75, containing an. outline of our Course of Study and Practice, with samples of our Penman's Business and Ornamental Writing, mast enclose TWENTY-FIVE CENTS to P. DUFF & SON, Pittsburgh, Pa. . C2TWe will mail any. person enclosing us $2, a copy of either our Mercantile or Steam boat Book Keeping post paid. 1 decl3m6. E. & H. T. ASTHONT C0. 2Iaaufactureis of Photographic Material!, ; WBOLXSALS AUD BSTAIL. 601 BROADWAY, H.T. , ' ! T tdffllca to mr muIb InuInMi f PHOTOGRAPHIC MA. TERIAL3, wt ire bwdiurtm (of tb. foUowlui.: Stereoscopes and Stereoscopio Views. Of tbM w har. an hnnmiM ftuortment, iadodiAa ' ' .-VIEWS OF THE WAR, OUalaad it grmi zptiaa and forming a taanplat. - - PTTOTPORAPUIC HISTOBY Of TUI QEEAT UKIOB COKTBS1 Ball Ban, Batch Gap, Yorktown, Gettysbnrgh, Fair Oaks, Savage Station, rredericksburgh,' Fairfax, Richmond, Dees Bottom, ! Jionitori, . Fort Morgan, Charleston, Florida, -; Pontoon Trains. Hanover Junction. Lookout Mountain, Chickahominy, City Point. Kaahville, Petersburgh, -Belle Plain, Chattanooga, Atlanta, MobUe, ' Strawberry Flaini, sc. sc. - Araarhu ud foralgn ClUaa and Landacapea, Oronpa, Statia 71 axoiltition f Sumn. Obi CaulogM will U tact Is s y adUnaa oa ncaiil . PhotogapMc Albums. . Wa warn tka 6nt to tntradoca thaaa into Uia Unltod Slataa' tad wa aunofacttira lmraenM qmntitlaa In ml varlatr, raof !( I prica from SO canU to ftf. Our ALBUMS hava tba repu tation of b.log,aprior in btautr and dorability to any otaaE.-. Tbay will l mt by mail, FREK,on raulpt of pric. XWnti ALBCMS UADC 10 oP. F : The Trade will find our Albums the most - Saleable they can bay. . , , ' ' . ' CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. - " Our CaUlon aow mbraeaa rar Fm Tmcuirs HSral nbjocta (to wiilch addition ara contintiaily baing aada) of flul - kant Amricana,A&, via: aboat . 10oMajna. 1 Lieut-Cola . 654 SUtaaaiaa. . . lOSBrig 9N otbar OSrara, 13 Dirinaa, -' - njOlon.la, SS Nay Odlcan, 1 Aathora, ' SAitlai ' mstace, S9 Prowlnant Womaa. . ,000 Copiaa of Worka of Art, -. Tncladliif rapnducUoaa of taa moat calabratad bmrlna. . Paiatiaia, Statoaa. Aa. Calalofoaa aaat oa racalpt of Stamp. -' An ordot for Osa Down Plctuna froui oar CaUlja-M, arul aa Oiled w racalpt of I.SD, and aaat by Ball, nnT Photographer and otbra orderinf good C- O. D., will fiaaak ftmtl twenty-iTa percaat of tsa aaslt with tbalr ordat, UT"Xt Bdcaa and aailty of aw good tuut atU taaadaff; Oct.ll-mS.' . . 1 OOd THE IADY'3 FRIKND , V" I lOOD. The best of the Monthlies-idevoi ted to LITERATURE andFASHION. ;$2 50 year. We give WUEELER & WILSON'S.Cel- EBKATED $55 SEff ISO M ACHIXE3 QU the follow- ing teims:' ' .' ' ; . ; '. . ' ' ' Twenty copies and the Sewing Machine,' $70 Thirty copies and the Sewing faohine , $35 Forty copies and the Sewing Machine, $100 ' Send 15 cents for aaample copy to DEA CON & PEJERSOJ.7, 319 Walnut street, Phil, adelphia..., ; .. ' ." ''.'. ' dec27 ; Select School.1 - ; THE undersigned will open a select 6chool in Woodsfield, commencing , On Tuesday, the first day of May, 1866, and continne in session eleven weeks. , , ,", . . r, ' ; Yonng Ladies and Qentlemen wishing a more thorough knowledge of the common and higher branches, or who may desire to qualify themselves for teaching, wilt do well to avail themselves of this opportunity, as every at tention will be paid to ail students entering this school. Tuition reasonable, and btrietly in advance ; , W. B, O'NEILL, Teacher. P. S, Reir.. T. A. Grove will be nominally connected with the school. . marlSti. . -Notice. . , -:,'. i ? .' T WILL SELL A T PUBLIC! SALE, MY FARM JL consisting of 200 Aorea, lying l1 miles North cf Morristown, on THURSDAY, May .21 1866.; On this farm there Is a moderate frame house and barn, a new sheep house and corncribs; lt is limestone land, with plenty of coal upon it: the timber Is plenty and has not been cull ed; milo from a grist and saw mill. " Sale to commence at 10 o'clocft. Possession given the 1st of April. 1867... Terms One-third down on the first day ef April. 1867; the balance in two' annual, pay ments with interest from date, Two last pay ments secured by mortg?ge. ' " ' ' . ' JOSEPH P. EATON", mar27." JJorristown, Balmont Co.O. LamVs Self-Acting ; ' Hand Loom WEAVES every Variety of tloth and is the most useful and praoiioal Labos Bavisg and JIoset JWakiso invention of the age. The subscribor is A v V DINTED AGENT for tie sale ef the above Loom in Green town- shin. He woald also take orders for any , other township in the county except Perry, Salem and Jackson. ' ' ',;. THE LOOM CAN BE BEEN IN OPERATION atmy residence. New Castle, Green Township; Post Office address, Laings, Monroe Co. Ohio. u3lm. - : - JOSEPH MYERS. 1 ;" For Sale. ' THE undersigned has for sale his house and two lots in the town of Woodsfield. The house isa .. v ., . - . ' ; . ; i . " LARGE TWO STORY FRAME, with a good store room in one end. ! ALSO, a large lot of fresh goods which he isnow oVlFElilXG 'AT. COST. febl4w3. ISAAC SMITH. xAIvE R OHAN; 1; ; ' AND DEALER' IN . Olotlis, CassimereSf : ' r ' v esi i x g s ;': ' and .. ::".. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods AT THE WELL-KNOWN STAND, - " ?i o . s s , Corner of Monroe end .Water ; Streets . ' . WHEEL 1XG, TT. VA .y ; WILL EE RECEIVING DAILY ' I ,? TO HIS ALREADY .: : ; : EXTESSIiSTOGK The A ttealioa '. of , the Puhlie IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED r.: The Merchant " TAlLOilJN g dei?artment j :;, :.. i'i i of ini3 nouss x. . ' Is Unsurpassed" 'i; .BY ANY EAST OR WEST. -' The Must Perfect Satisfaction , Is guaranteed in every i particular. G E N T L E i! E.N I . V u rr i s hi n g ; Good g t . In an endless varistyj comprising'- ' Every ihiag New., &iC Desirable . . To complete an OTtflV',;. To Be Found HREa- Ready-Madc Clothing - Maanfacfured in this Establishment is equal to Custom Work, both" in style and finish. A N D - W I L L .B E1 S O "L A At the Lowest possible Price. '" Thomas Hughes. Wheeling, W. Va;, Nov. 22, 18GS-mff. ; ri 5 Valuable Property, for Said. IHE subscriber feeling . unable to continue -. the practice of medicine desires' to sell his property, consisting of ,': i ' . TWO HOUSES FOUR LOTS in Brownsville; also, Twesty Acbes one half mile from the- the town, -on which there af Oxa Hcsdeed Applb Trees; also, ? r ".'- ; : s- "' ''. ' f : . r f r r TWO - IIUNDRED AND EIGHTt acres of land lying one mile from Centerview on the Ohio River, r The subseiiber having practiced medicine in Brownsville "during twenty'fiye, years. . , , , ; , " '-, . CAN FAIRLY RECOMMEND the location, and the .citizens from whom ke has received so large a patronag' r The above- named property wttl ; behold err reasonablt terms. For further particulars, address 'Dt J. WIL50A7, febl4m3. Jolly, Ifonroa Co 0. :-- '" -f:-' THE LADY'S FRIEND . j V . The Best of the Monthlies devoted .to Fashion and Pare Literature.. $2 SO .a yar; Two copies $4u Eigkt (and one gratis) X16. WHEELER & WILS ON1 S SEWING MA raiNES ..... .... . given as Premiums. Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DEACON . & PETERbOiV, rjlf Walnut St., Philadelphia. '-'j , Single numbers for sale by Kwes Dealers THE BEST OF THE AT02VTELIE& 5 THE LADY'S FRIEND--devoted to FASH ION and LITERATURE. . Beautiful Steel En gravings... Splesdid Double Sub . Coloexb Fasbiox Plates.- The latest patterns of Dres ses, Cloaks' onnets,mDroiaery,c. House hold Receipts, Music, &c. iytU.EELE& & WILSON'S SEWisa-MACHiNES given as. Premi. urns. Send 15 cerits for a sample copy to DACON & PTRSON 319, Walnut atreet Philadelptia. ".""' ... . de27 '. ; " : . ",':.'. .'it SJlaBOO rER 1E4R . Wa want agents everywhere to sell our ihpeoved $20 Sewing Machines. Three newfcinds. - Updei and upper feed.' -Warranted five years. . Above salary or large commissions paid. The okty machines sold jn United States: for less than $40, which are. "FClit , iicessed , bi Howe,' Wheelek & Wiiisox, Gkoveb & Bases, Singes k Co., and Bacheldee. 1 All' other cheap ma chines are isfeisgemekts, and the seller or uses are liabljs to akbest, nsa AsxTjiPRisoir. mebt. Circulars free. Address,' or call upon Shaw & Clark, Biddeford, Maine.' i dec271j Election of Officers. . . , NOTI CE", is hereby given that the' annual election for officers of the. Afonroe Mu. tnal Fire Insurance Company, will take plaea at the office of said Company in Woodsfield, on Monday, May 7,1866. aprl0w3. ' ; ' ' ' , JOHJV S. WAY, Seo. . , F A I R HA N K S STANDARD ;. V, OF ALL KIND8. ; ;:n-;rj FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO ti: . 125 WiLNUT STREET, S- 1' :" -.:...' Cincinnati. I 4 ' : We "also manufacture and deal in lr Store and Warehouse .Truckd, " Baggie anl Express Barrows, Hay, Rag ani, . .. . Cottoa Presses, :WTeigbmasters'; r:it ' ; - Beams and Frame3,Letter . j,-vi ;'''- "-; & Manifest ?resses,&o. ;: ' Be Careful to Buy only t be G snnine; aprlO. - - tJQO AM OXTIU -AGENTS wanted for: SiX EXTIliELT HEW ARTld ES, jU8t OUt.. AddreSB a. T. GAREY, City Building,1 Biddeford.Maine. H3 sM Hi-: a si Hi ji i i t 1.'.