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THOMAS COLPITTS, (Formerly of the firm of Colpitts & Hagar,) man U F A. C T of all kinds of U R E R . Tomb and " Head : Stones, V? o f th e Latest Styles. T persons purchasing from him he guaran tees satisfaction. Call and examine his stoefc. .Barnesville, (Marietta street,) JMinont tJount. Ohio. June 23-Lr CO P P E R, T I N, SHEET: IRON WARE. . ..TV. . W J 0 R D A N TTAS commenced business In the building fL three doora north of Davenport's store. and intends to keep on? hand and mannfao tare all kinds of Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron ? Ware- He also has far Bale . - , . " CO 0 KIN G .S T 0 VES -"'toT for offices. Shops. School Houses,- &o t GRATIS, FENDERS, FIRE-JRONTS, an3 Hollow Ware of every description. His , old customers and the public generally are in ; Tited to call aad examine his stock and pri es, .'- : : . - . . Woodsfield, April 17,1866. -,- .COiPPER "WARE Sheet ; Iron Ware, Stoves, &c ; wiiaiam kose 'Has not sold out, but has a large stock in his line. .- He intends to continue his bus ess at this place, and his wareB will be chiefly of his own manufacture. .. VnvT, v.a flimciAv ves offered in Aicivt. wu; o 4 th stores, Rive him a call. " ' ' ' V . - .- W ILL1 AIM IvUo Jai. V.' Kay 1865-tf..; .. . ; ;J ;; ;; a. p. hager; H. KERSTlKI HAGER & KERSTINE, y O BE I ON AND DOMESTIC 1 MARBLE MONUMENTS 1 Tombs; Head-Stones &c CN NEW AND ELEdANT DESIGNS AND OS CTJPEEIOB , WOEKMAKSHIP AND ransn. 3 Persons wishing to purchase will find to their interest to giro us a call before going elsewhere. . ., CTMAS1ETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN JARNESVTLLE, OHIO ... June 19 1861. 1SGG. : Sew Arrangement.' 1866. Regular Wheeling and Cincinnati X ' PASSENGER PACKET. The aew large splendid side-wheel Passenger , . Steamer, ... -.. , . . ; r; J POTOM AC, ..' Cap.. Caxs. MtrHLBXAJf . . ..Chbis. Yovva, Clk. PS-am : The POIO MA C was built J J -s-- ezpre ssly for this trade, and will t aleava Wheeling every Tuesday ai 5 o'clock p. m. Returning, leaves Gncin ati every Friday at 5 p. m." 5 A fair shar6 of the publio patronage re spectfully solicited. ' v- ': y EOOTH, BATTELLE & CO. febUmS. . . ' : '" - Agents. TTneelingr and Cincinnati Packet. Leaves Wheeling every Wednesday at 6 p.m. - Leaves Cincinnati every Saturday at 5 p.m, . -: )- ... . - the fine steamer, - EDI AT BURG X.X. Thohkos, Capt..G. W. THOMPSoir.cierk. , k - For Freight or Passage, apply J!,..1cn lowd) orto C -3- BOOTH, BATTELLE & CO. may 15ml. . ' Civil 'Action. " FREDERICK YOCKEY, a non-resident .of the State of Ohio, will tae notice that Fred erick Ketterer, of the . county of Monroe, in the State of Ohio, did, on the llth day of Jane, A. D. I866,file his petition in the Court of Common Fleas within and for said county of Monroe, and State of Ohio, against said Frederick Yockey, defendant, setting forth that the said Fiederick Tocke&gave a mort gage to Sophia Sheable on lot number forty seven in the town of Woodsfield, in said county cf Monroe, to secure the payment of $600 00, according to certain notes dated No vember 13, 1865, one for $300 00 due April 1,186$, and the other $300 00 due April 1, JS67 with Interest from April 1, 1866, which aid notes and mortgage have been duly as signed to the Bald Frederic Ketterer, and prtjing that said premises may be sold to pay the same; and the said Frederic Yockey is Bet&ed that he is required to appear and an swer said petition on or before the 18th day Of August, 1866. : ' . , MORRIS 4 1 WAY, i Jnel9wS. i r- Atty's for Plaintiff. James A. Crandell's Estate. TCTOTICB is hereby given that the Probate JL.1 Court of Monroe County, Ohio, did,on the Sd day of JuJy, 1866, declare said estate in solvent: Creditors are notified to present tneir claims to toe-undersigned within six months from this data -Julyl0w4 T. B. C2ANSELL, Adm'r. rAttaclimeiit Notice;. " Wmiams & West 1 "D EFORE H. B. Hill, May- vs. r--' or 0 Incorporated Kartin L. Bowser. J, Village of Woodsfield, Monroe County, Ohioi 6n the 5th day of July, 186?, said Mayox issued an attachment in the above action for the sum of $13 69. Said cause set for hearing on the 22d 'day of Au. gust, 1866. WILLIAMS & WEST. Julyl0,l866. 1 Deeds and Mort gages for sale at this office. S long! and favorably known, trill thor oughly reinYigorate brokcn-doirn - and low-fpiritcd horses, by- trengthening and cleaming th stomach and lnte tlnet. It it a fur pr-' ventive of all dii Mf incident to thU animal, wch U 1W3 rETEK, GLANDERS, YKIiLOW WA TER, HEAVES, -COUGHS, DIS TEMPER, FE VEKSjTOUNDER LOS3 OF APPE TITE AND VITAL ' EXEROV,ko. IU. U5 lm-proret tn th appetite-gife a inooth andj 1 .1.!. 1 j mUerabl iteletoa into a fine-looking and spirited : horse. . Ta tM-wri of Cowf this preparation is Invaluable. It increase th quantity and improves the quality been proven by ac tual experiment ta increase the quan tity of milk and cream twenty per cent, and make the butter firm and sweet In fattening cattle, it gives them an appetite, loosens 4 weir n i a e , aim makM them thrive snnch faster. In aH diseasfil of Swine, inch" at Coughs, Ulcers in the Lungs, Liver, tc, this article acts as a spec in o. By putting front One-half a paptt to a paper in a barrel of swill the above diseases will be eradicated or entirely prevented. If tfTn In time, a eertain preventive and cure tor the nog tnoiera. Price SS Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for $1. IKSPAEID BT " ' . ' S. A..FOXTXZ & BRO., - AT THSIB WH0LES.UB DRlfi AXD MEBICIXE DEPOT, ITo. 118 Frankliri St, Baltimore, Kd. For Sale by Drnggistf and Storekeepers through Oat the United States. Joel Judkina, Woodsfield, Ohio, Wholesale and Retail agent for Foutz's Horse and Cattle Powders, for M omoe County, Ohio. apr-iy. Eoad Notices ' A' . - PETITION will be presented to the Com tX mls8ioners of Monroe county at their next September session, praying for an alter. ation and review of the county road,or a part thereof, leading up the Clear Fork of the Lit tle MuBkingum, commencing at or below the ford of the ereeft on Jands owned oy hansey Davis, thence up the east side of Baid creek to a black walnut twenty four inches in diame ter, wherejit will again intersect the old road above what is known as the deep ford,on lands owned by the said Kinsey Davis, in Bethel township. Said petition also prays that so much of the old road as will be supplied by the new be disannulled. July3w5. . MANY PETITIOlfERS. Master Commissioner's Sale: F. & A. esmitli - a ' ' vs. ' : Ephraim 'Weston. J . T) Y virtue of a mandate to me directed from JD the Court of Common Pleas of the coun ty of Monroe is the State of Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auction, at the front doer of the Court House in Woodsfield, in said county, at 2 o'olock afternoon, on -,. Tuesday, theZl&t day of July, 1866, the following real estate situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: Lot number five in the town of Clarington, Monroe county ,Ohlo. Ap praised at $667." . -. . . . John S. Wat; ' july3w5. ' ' lfas. Com. Monroe County. Valuable Property for Sale. rpHE subscriber feeling' unable to' continue 1 the practice . of medicine desires to sell his property; consisting of ;. : TWO HOUSES & FOUR LOTS in Brownsville; also, 1 Twenty Acres one half mile from the the town, on which there are Osb Husdred Apple Trees; also, TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHTY acres of land lying one mile from Centerview on the Ohio River, The subscriber having practiped : medicine in Brownsville during twenty five years, CAN FAIRLY RECOMMEND the location, and the citizens from whom he has received so large a patronage. . The above named property will be sold on reasonable terms. For further particulars, address Dr. J. WILSOJV, ; febl4m3. . . ' Jolly, JMonroe Co., 0. Notice to Coal Dealers. ' SEALED proposals will be received at the office of the Auditor of Monroe County, Ohio, until the Twenty-third day of July, 1SC6, for the delivery cf Six Hundred Bushels of Coal, (good and sound coal, well screened at the bank.) for Court House, Jail and county offices. !!-"!. 1 .' : ; , ' By order of the Commissioners. f, M. HOEFFLER, Junel2w4. : - Aud. M. C. 0. Notice to. Stock' Owners." rpHE Commissioners of Monroe county,Ohio J. at their June session, made the following order, June 5. 1866: . - - Ordered,that general permission be granted to the owner or ownirs, or persons having the charge, of any hones, mules, cattle, sheep, goats, swine or geese,to suffer the same to run at large withm the county of Monroe as au thorized and provided by the second section of an act entitled "an act to restrain from running at ' large -certain animals therein named," passed April 13, 1865. By order of the Commissioners. M HOEFFLER, . Aud. M. C. 0. Woodsfield, June 8, 1866-w6. m HE BEST OF THE AfOiVTHLIE S ' 1 THE LADY'S FRIEND devoted to FASH ION and LITERATURE. Beautiful Steel En- gravings.- , Splehdib Doublb-Sisb Colored Fashion Plates. The latest patterns of Dres ses, Cloaks' Bonnet8,mbroidery,&o. House- noil. receipts, Music, &c VVUJLR & WILSON'S Sbwino Machikes given as Premi. urns. Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DEACON & PTRSON, 319, Walnut street rnuaaeipbla. . dec27. Save Fifty Dollars. , . A NY PERSON wishing to purchase one of JLJL urovesteen's Pianos, ; advertised in this paper, can save fifty dollars of the price by applying to 4he editor of this paper. june25. FOU T z H0TS8 anl Cattle mm r if k at li for the The Early Physical Degeneracy -OF- AMERICAN PEOPLE, A.kd jiie Early. Melancholy Decline v of CniLDnooD and Yaum ' . JUST PUBLISHED BT ' L R. S T O N E , " PUTSICIAH 10 THE TkOT LtlKO'ASn HtOlESIC I- - -STITCTE.' ' .A Treatise on the above subject, the cause of Nervous Debility ,Marasmus and Consump tion, Wasting of the Vital Fluids, the myste rious and hidden causes of Palpitation, In paired .Nutrition and Digestion. ' Tliis is a most thrilling boofc.and is the re' suit of thirty year's experience of the author 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 ta clear the shoals and rocks of childhood. Send two bed stamps 4SD OBTAIN THIS MASTEI&Y BBFOBT. FAIL KOT TO SEND AND GET THIS. BOOK ' A class of Maladie3 prevail to a fearful ex tent in community; dooming at least one hnn dred thousand youth, of both sexes, annually to the grave. These diseases are very imper fectly understood. . Their external manifes tations of symptoms, are Nerrous 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, flieht". of". stairs great, palpitation of the Heart;- Asthma, Bronchitis and Sore Throat Shaking of the Head and Limbs, Aversion to Society, and t business or study; Dimness of Eyesight; Loss of Memory; Dizziness of the Head, Neuralgia Pains in various parts of the body; Pains in the Back and Limbs; Lumbago; Dyspepsia orlndigestion; Irregularity of the Bowels; Deranged secretions of the Kidney and other glands of the Belly, as Leuohor rhcea, or Flu or Albus, &o. -' Likewise Epilepsy, Hysteria and Nervous Spasms. Now, in ninety-nine cases out of every one hundred all the above named disorders, and a host 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 Stonc.PliTsIcIaii to the Troy Luns & Hygienic Institute, i3 now engaged in treating this class of mod ern maladies as a speciality with the most astonishing success. A long series of chem ical investigations has resulted in discoveries of the rnost thrilling interest to the invalid .The advantage of Dr. Stone's system of medical treatment is so plain and simple that patients can be cured at their homes m any part of the country, vale or FEUALB,by send in? the treatment, by letter or express, with advice and correspondence. ' The Liquid Catarrh. Remedy an infallible cure will bo sent for $2 25 by mail or ex press. Address Dr. ANDREW STONE, apr24. 96 Fifth street, Troy, N.Y. : ; Attachment Notice. . JAMES CONGER, a non-resident of the State of Ohio, will take notice that George H. Davrnport filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monro e County, Ohio, en the 4th day of June 18 66, his petition, wherein he claims there is due to him on a certain promissory note giveaby said Conger to John C. Cun ningham, and assigned to said Davenport,and upon a book account, the sum of $18 6 7, with interest from the 2Sth day of May, 1866, and that an order of attachment has been issued out of said Court in said action. Said James Conger is required to appear and answer the petition in said case by the 28th day of July, 1866. - ' ' MORRIS & WAY, June5,1866,w6.. Atty's for plt'fF. ' Attachment Notice. TXTILLIAM CONGER, a non-resident of the - V V State of Ohio, will take notice that George H. - Davenport filed in the Court of Common Plea3 of Monroe County, Ohio, on the 4th day of June, 1866, his petitition, wherein he claims there is due to him on a book account the sum of $9 20 with interest from the 28th day of May, 1866, and that an order of attachment has been issued out of said Court in said action. . Said William Con ger is required to appear and answer the pe tition in said case by the 28th day of -July, 1866. - : " MORRIS & WAY, June 5, 1866.W6. , Att'y's for pl'tff. Attachment Notice. TUIAS D. CONGER, a non-resident of the AH State of Ohio, will take notice that George H. Davenport filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, on tne 4th day of June,1866.hispetitionlwherein he claims there is due to him on a book ac count the sum of $27 43, with interest from the 28th day of May, 1866, and that an order of attachment has been issued out of said Court in said action. ' Said Elias D Conger is required to appear and answer the petition in said case by the 28th day of July, 1866. ' ' , MORRIS & WAY, June5,1866.w6. . . . . , Att'ysfor pl'tff. x Attachment Notice. BENONJ CONGER, a non-resident of the State of Ohio will ta&e notice that Georg-e II. Davenport filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, on the 4th day 01 June, 1866, his petition,wherem he claims there tis due to him on a book account the sum of $25 11, with interest from the 28th day of May. 1866, and that an order of at tachment has been issued out of said Court in said action. - Said Benoni Conger is required to appear and answer the petition in said case by the 28th day of July, 1866; MORRIS & WAY, . June5,l866.w6. : Att'ys for pl'tfl . Attachment Notice. AMOS R. MEYLERT, of the State of New York, will take notice that on the 28th day of May, 1866, John S. Way commenced an action in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe Ceunty, Ohio, demanding the sum of ana tnat an attachment was issued out of said Court and levied upon Baid Amos N. MeyUrt'8 lands. You are required to appear and answer said petition by the 28th dav of JUiy, moo. JAMES K. MORRIS, T 1 n m " . may29w6. ' Att'y for plaintiff. G, S. NEWCOMB & co.: BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS JOB: PRINTERS, BOOK BINDERS, - And Furnishers of " Cotjntt Officers. Lawyers ant Jits tice's blanks; PAPER, ENVELOPES, INK, &o.f -.-; 144' Seaeca Street, CIttvelaiid, O, ! - Guardian's Notice. ;, ' . NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed was,'- on the 16th day of June, 1866, appointed Guardian" of Daniel Dennis. minor son of John Dennis deceased.' Junel9w4. - JACOB WA9NER. Book of Thrilling Interest ' - - " Young. ' Stamp Duties. As the Internal Revenue Law in regard to stamp duties is not generally understood, and much inconvenience and actual loss to par ties result therefrom, we publish below a carefully prepared statement of the law, in regard to every day transactions. This state, ment may be relied upon as correct, having been prepared for the Johnstown Tribune by R. H. Canan, Esq., clerk to the Collector of Internal Revenue for that District. Cut it out for preservation; Agrsehest or contract, for each sheet of paper on which the same is written; requires a five cent stamp. Bake Check, without regard to the amount, two cents. An order drawn on any other per son or persons, eompany or corporation, for any sum over $10, requires a 2 cent stamp, Bonds of Constables, Supervisors, or any other public officers, require a $1 stamp, and bonds indemnifying any Eum of money re quire a 50 cent stamp for every thousand dol lars or fractional part thereof, Promissory Notes, due bills, &c, require a 5 cent stamp when the amount i3 not over $108. If between $100 and $200, a 10 cent stamp, and an increase of 5 cents for every $100 or fractional part of the same. No dif ference how small the amount of the note, it requires a a cent stamp,.' under tne present law, the amount of the stamp is regulated by the amount of the note, and not by the time of which it is given. Deeds Where the consideration is less than $500, a 50 cent stamp is required; when ovt5r $500 and not over $1000, a $1 stamp.and an additional 50 cent stamp for every $500 or fractional part thereof - . ,;" $4 Lease, or agreement to rent property, re quiree a 50 cent stamp if the rent does not exceed $300 per year. IFhen the rent ex ceeds $300, a 50 cent stamp i3 required for each additional $200 or fractional part thereof Leases for farms on the shares, and leases for coal and oil lands must be stamped according to the estimated yearly rental. All such leases should be presented to the collector of the district, who is aothorized to estimate the rental and affiu the appropriate stamp. Mortgages require the same Etamp as deeds. . Receipts for any sum over $20 require a 2 cent stamp, except receipts in satisfaction of any ' mortgage, judgment -or, decree of any court. : The same stamp is required on a re ceipt for the delivery of any property. Poweu of Attorkey to receive or collect rents, requires a 25 cent Btamp.. To sell or convey, or rent, or lease . real estate, a $1 stamp; for anv other purpose, 50cent3. Certificates and Affidavits require a 5 cent stamp. Justices of the Peace should bear in mind that i3 their duty to affix and cancel the stamp on all affidavits made before them, except when taken in suits or legal proceedings. ' , ' Postage Stamps cannot be used. It is the dutv of the maker of the instru ment to affix and cancel the stamp. A failure to do so subjects him to a heavy penalty. When two or more persons join In the exe cution of an instrument, any one of them can affix and cancel the Stamp. An Ordinance. Section 1. Be it ordaitied ly the Toicn Council of the Incorporated Village oj Woodsfifld, That it shall be unlawful for any owner or occupant, of any lot or lots within the incorporated limits of said village of Woodsfield, to permit any rubbish, filth, manure, or any putrescent or unhealthy sub stance, either animal or vegetable, or any stagnant or unwholesome water, to remain on his, her, or their premises, more than twenty four hours. ; .- , ; v Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to place, or cause to be placed,any wood, timber, lumber, stone, ashes, or ob structions of any kind, except material for building purposes, or any rubbish, filth, un wholesome 'or putrescent matter of any de scription, or to drain from any stable.hogpen, kitchen, or from any other building, or from any lot, any impure, unwholesome, or filthy water or liquid of any description, and per mit the same to remain stagnant thereon for more than twenty four hours.upon any of the streets," alleys, sidewalks, or publio grounds within the incorporated limits ef said village. Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Mayor, upon complaint being made to him by any citizen of said village, of any person or per sons offending against any of the provisions of the first or second sections of this ordi nance, to cause 4such person or persons to be notified to remove all such wood, timber,lum ber, stones, a3hes, obstructions, rubbish, ma nure, filthy, putrescent or unwholesome mat ter, or to close up such drain or drains; and if the person or persons so offending shall neg lect or refuse to comply with said notice within twenty four hours after its service,by removing- said obstruction, &c, he. she, or they shall upon conviction betore the Mayor, be fined in any sum not less than one nor more than twenty five dollars, together v ith the costs of proseontion, and shall moreover pay the sum of two dollars per day for every day that such obstruction, &c, remains after the service of the notice as- aforesaid. Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the Town Marshal or Street Commissioner to serve the notice provided for in Bectien three.and if the party so notified neglects or refuses to' remove said obstructions, filth, rubbish, &o. or to close said drains within twenty four hours after the service of said notice, it is hereby declared to be the duty of the Marshals and Street Commissioner to perform said duty. fcec. 5. The Town .Marshals and Street Commissioner shall be paid, out of the town treasury, for services performed under this ordinance, a reasonable compensation, to be determined by the Council. - . . See. 6. This ordinance shall be in force from and- after the 6th day of June A. D. 1866. . . .. . .H. B, HILL, Mayor, W. H. Simmons, Recorder. -. -'. ' June5,w6. ' '. ' v .-; ' ' FAIRBANKS STANDARD C'A'E'E'S'! . OF ALL KINDS, FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO, ' 125 WALNUT STREET, : Cincinnati. : We also manufacture and deal in Store and Warehouse Trucks, Basaace and Express Barrows, Hay, Rag and Cotton Presses, Weighmasters Beams and Frames, Letter -.. & Manifest ?resses,&c. " Be Careful to Buy only the Genuine. aprlO. : ' ,v ; - ' . ' 1866. THE LADY'S FRIEND ' ' The best of the Monthlies devo ted to LITERATURE andFASHION. $2 50 a year. We give WHEELER & WILSON'S Cel ebrated $55 Sewikg Machixes on the follow ing terms: ' " 1 " Twenty copies and the Sewing Machinel" $70 Thirty copies and the Sewing itfachine, $85 Forty copies and-the Sewing Machine, $100 faend 15 cents for a sample copy to DEA CON & PETERSOiV, 319 Wataut street, Phil adelphia. dec27 Wz All kinds of Produce ta ken in exchange for this paper. Important to JDte 'Governmental. Claim Agents, f-. W O O B Fl E I. D i:: O M I O.; ' GIVE notice to all soldiers who entered the service before December 24, 1863, that they are now prepared with all the necessary blanks to collect the additional Bounty now about to be given to aU soldiers who entered the service previous to December " 4, 1863, All discharged soldiers, widows, heirs and legal representatives of soldiers who died in the service; also, Boldiers who were discharged before they had served two years. . , :. Call yourself or seDd your discharge, and successful moderate charges; if not no fees will non. E. B. Frekch, 2d Aud. Treas. Dept. ; Maj. Gen. Hitchcock, Com. Gen. of Pensions. Jan. 17, 1866. ' MONROE MUTUAL INSURANCE : COMPANY! W 0 O D S FIE O 3EZ. Gr jSl. 1ST X 25 Z3 Office, one door South of This Company has now a capital, !n $200,000 r and conducts its business on the most approved and economical plan, tafring risks only in First-Class, Detached property, Farm .Buildings, Private Dwellings, and their Contents, ma fting it safer than those insuring M ills, Factories, Wooden Rows, and other property of similar, hazard. It is the chief aim of the Directors to do a safe, rather than a large busi ness, as being a surer guaranty to permanency and of greater ultimate success; their rule is to settle all loseeB promptly and fairly; and in soliciting patronage, do so with the firm conviction that the plan adopted by them, will make the Company permanent and safe to its policy holders, and at cheaper rates than any other Company in the State. DIRECT O It S-: , L. L. Fred, -: F. A. Lamping, Isaac Welsh, M. Hoefler, J ohn M. Rownds Peter Diehl, II. B. Hill; F. KOEHLER, D. Walton,. jo B. :'- OFPIC H. B. Hill, President.' F. Koehler, "Josia'b Sinclair, Traveling Agent. ' ' .i AGENTS WANTED, , i FOB . . . " H EA D LEX'S HISTORY OF THE GREAT REBELLION. THE late Rebellion stands out peculiar and extraordinary in human events; and the magkificent SCALE upon which the war has been conducted, constitute it one of -the GRANDEST AND MOST BRILLIANT CHAP TERS IN THE -WORLD'S HISTORY. : Mr. Headley, of all writers, is perhaps best qualified to portray the stupendous features of the mighty contest. -. His previous works on less momentous themes have placed him in the first position, as a graphic and power ful DELINEATOR OF WAR SCENES AND CHARAC TERS, and the magnitude and grandeur of the present subject, impart to his pen the fire and vigor of a yet more exalted inspiration, and furnish ample scope for the highest exhibi. TIOS OF HIS PECULIAR GENIUS FOR MILITARY DE- BCRiPTioii' Under his powerful pen the stir ring scenes of the War pass in review with the vividness and distinctness . of a present and living reality; while his great talent fob condensation enables him to embody every thing of importance in A cohpass just suited to the public want. From no other source Can SO CLEAR AND COMPREHENSIVE AN IMPRESSION OF THE GRAND MARCH OF EVENTS be Obtained,SO easily and agreeably, as from Mr. Headley's work. , . .. ... . -. . - : , . . The Second Volume, completing the Work, (also complete in one volume,) will be issued in March, 1866. Agents wanted to engage in its sale in every town in the United Stages. Its rapid and unparalleled ' sale holds . out to industrious and persevering' men the most satisfactory inducements, and guarantees to them larger profits, than, they can obtain from any other booft or from almost any otk er employment. - '' " : . Agents now in the field are meeting with astonishing success.' : -; For particulars apply'to, or address, AMERICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, feb!4w6. ... . ' - i Columbus, Ohio. ;; Notice in Attachment.: A MOS N: MEYLERT; who is a non-resident r of the State of Ohio, and a resident of the State of New York, will take notice that he has been sued in a civil action in the Court of Common Plea3 of Monroe. County ,in the State of Ohio, by Charles H. Spang, in which plaintiff, Charles H. Spang, demands the sum of four thousand two hundred and eighty dollars and forty cents, , with interest on $4080 40 thereof from the 20th day of February, 1865, and with interest upon $200, parcel thereof, from the 2d day of April,l866. That an attachment was issued out of Baid Court in said aotien, and levied upon defen dant, Amos N. Meylert's, interest in the fol lowing lands lying in said county of Monroe and State of Ohio, to wit: The West half of the southeast quarter of section eleven in township three of , range five, containing eighty-one acres, more or less; also, the north part of the northwest quarter of the north east quarter of section ten,in township three of range five, containing twenty acres, more or less; also, the northeast quarter , of the northwest quarter of section twenty-seven in township two of range four, also the-east half of the southwest quarter , of section twenty-eight, in township two of range four, containing in all one hundred and twenty acres, more or less; also,, the southwest half of the southeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter, and the east half of the southwest quarter, and the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and the south part of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter, all in section thirty in township two of range- four, containing two hundred and eighty-three acres, more or less; also, the northwest quarter of the south west quarter of section twenty-eight in town ship two of range four; also the southwest quarter cf the northwest quarter of section twenty. fight in township two ' of range four, containing eighty acres more or le$s; also the west part of. the south, half of the north east quarter of. section twenty -seven in town ship two of range four, containing thirty acres, more or less; also, the south half of the northeast quarter of section twenty -seven in township two of range four, containing 80 and 67-100 acres. Said Amos N. Meylert is required to appear aud answer the . petition in this case by the 28th day of July, 1866., 4 --v t w. i ....... MOKKlo & WAX, . . may2$w6. vv""""" Atty's for plaintiff. Oil leases ' tor '. sale. at this office. . - your case will receive prompt attention. If be charged. - . - . AMOS & Sl'KllxfjiS. References: :' Hon. J. H. Barrett, Com. Pensions. N. C. Arthur, Pen. Agent,Wheeling. L D , O H I 0 f : : I I N I S 3 S3 -, - the Court .Houseup . stairs Premium Notes, secured by first lien on E. W. Mathews, JAS. W. WALTONj Chris. Warnicke, way. E II S : . Treasurer. John S. Wat, Secretary, June 14, 1865, ; - Court for 1866 ,8th District AN this 12th day of October, 1865, there was filed !n this Court the following or- der: : "We ' do h&reby fix the times of holding Courts in the Eighth Judicial District of Ohio, for the year 1866, as follows; ' - ; DISTRICT COURT. ' V : ' Muskingum County, September 3. , J Morgan County, September 6. . ;. Noble County, September 8- .' .'; Monroe County, September 10. -. T - -: Belmont County, September 12. . , " . " ; : t Guernsey County, September 14. i . -, Tuscarawas County, September 17. . 'I ' Harrison' County, September 19.' . -V ' ' Jefferson County, September 20. ; ; ; . " COMMON PLEAS. ' ' " ' Jfuskingum County, February 5, May 7,0c tober 15. - "-,.-.." Morgan County, March 6, June 5, Novem ber 13. : Y : "i: . . Noble County, April-3, June 12, October 10, - Guernsey County, February 6, , M&y 7, Oc tober 22, - . ; . Monroe County,' February 20, iifay 21,' Oc tober 15. . ' -" " ' '' ' Belmont County, February 27, jay 28, No vember 6. ; .--; . : '; ''' ' ' ;- -' - Harrison County, February 6, May 7, Octo ber 15. r ' . -. ' . " ' r . . Tuscarawas County, February : 19 May 21, October 29. . -:. . : . - ; Jefferson County, .March 5, June 4, Novem ber 12. : -. . ,. -r ' Done at Steubenville this 25th day of Sep tember. 1865. ' EZRA E. EVANS, " ; , - : v D. D. T. CO WEN, : ,'! r. .)- GEORGE W.McILVAINE, ' ' .y, - Judges, in said District. . I. James Elliott, . Clerk of the. Court of Common Pleas within and for Jefferson Coun tv, Ohio, hereby certify that the foregoing is correctly taken from the journals of said Court. Witness my signature and the seal of said Court, at Steubenville, in said Jeffer son County, this 2d day of October, 1865. ' ! . , . "JAMES ELLIOTT, Clerk.; Attest: -- ; ; -.--'. . '- . v, : . Jere. ITilliaus, Clerk, of Monroe County Common Pleas. " '" , ' . . '.'' ,; REEVES' : AMBROSIA F 0 R THE HA I 15 .i . The Original and Genuine Ambrosia is pre pared by J. Allen Reeves and is the best hair dressing and preservative now in use. ,. It Stops the Hair Falling Out,' causes it to grow thick and long.and prevents it from turning prematurely grey. It eradi cates dandruff, cleanses, beautifies and ren ders the hair soft, glossy and ourly.; Buy it, try it and be convinced. Don't be put off with a 'spurious article,; Ask for Reeves' Am brosia and take no other. 'For gale by Drug gists and dealers in Fancy Goods every where. Price 75 cents per Bottle $6 00 per dozen. Address ' ' ; ' J : " ' REEVES' JBMBRO&lJl DEPOT. '"' " 62 Fulton Street, New York City. , Nov.l,'65.1y ' ; CoiLrtfbr:186&- A N order amendatory to the order made at ii. Steubenville, Sep. 25, A. D. 1865, fixing times for holding . Courts in the Eeighth Ju dicial District of Ohio for the year 1866; t AMENDATORY ORDER. . . .. We do .hereby order that ; the - Summer terms of the Court of Common Pleas, in the 2d sub division of the 8th Judicial District,in Ohio, commence in the several counties in said Bub-divisidn as follows, to witr . ' I "' ' Belmont, June 18,1866, v t .. 5 r . Monroe, July.. 81, 1866, ; f.: ; Guernsey, August 7, 1866. ; Done at Zanesville, this Hth day ef April, iccr T? u vxr i v "J ' : f WILLIAM KENNON, Jr.,' - - Judges of the 8th Judicial Distriot of Ohio. The State hf, Ohiot Guernsey G $s: : " I, E. C. Riggs, Clerk: of the Court of Com mon Pleas, in an'd for said' county of Guern sey, hereby certify that the above is a true copy of the order now on file, in the Clerk's, office Of said County.- - ; . ;t : In testimony whereof 1 .have hereunto .- set my hand, and caused the Beal of said seal. Court to be affixed.' , Done at Cam-.-" bridge Ohie", this 18th day of April, A.D. ; 1866. ;'' E.C. RIGGS, ; J - - Clerk C. CP. G.C. 0. : Atruecopy. .r,;. . .. , ; Attest: Jbrb Willams, Clerk Monroe Com . monPleas. , -x - mayl. IXEI!IB0:LD,J3 EmAtriBucHif. HELMBOLD.S HELMBOLB S BUCHIT. JBUCHU. HELMBOLD' S BUCIIU. 5 h The only Known Remedy for.) IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF XCHE BLADDER-" INFLAMM A- ' TION OF ;THE KIDNEYS, CA-." TARRH OF THE BLADDER, . .. . STRANGULARY OR PAIN- ; , FUL URINATING.; For these - diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy, and too much cannot be said in its praise. A single dose has ieen known to re lieve the most urgent symptoms. - Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the small of the back and through the hips? Ateaspoonful a day of Helmbold'B Ba- chu will relieve you. -. . . , y-j PHYSICIANS ; MD OTHERS ' PLEASE NOTICE. : ; ' .-1 make no" secret of ingredients. Helm, hold's Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu, CubebSj, and Juniper Berries, selected, with great care, prepared in vacuo and according to rules of ' : -:-:y ' ; : ; . .; -: . - ; -.. PHARMACY & CHEMISTRV . These ingredients are known as the most valuable Diuretics afforded. . , r ,,i : ; f - a DrrjEETiO ; r - Is that which acts urjon the kidnejs. Helmbold's Extract-BucKu v i; ACTS! GENTLY, ' v" ' . ' ; It pleasant in taste and odor, free from all in jurious properties,and immediate in its action- For the Satisfaction of all) See Medical Properties contained in Dispensa tory ot the u. B., of which the following is a correct copy: ; . :i ...;v... , , , "Buchb- Its odor is strong . diitusive, and somewhat aromatio, its taste bitterish, and analagousto that of mint. It is given chiefly in complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as ' Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder. Mor bid Irritation of the Bladder and Urethra,Dis eases of .the Prostrate, and Retention or the Incontinence of Urine, from a loss of tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation. ' "It has also been recommended in Dyspepsia, Chronio Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections,ani Drop- sy. ,i .7-. 'y.. ForFurtiier toformatiori, See Professor Dewees' valuable works on the See remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Physic, of Philadelphia. " ; , y. ' - Sea anv and all Standard Works on Medi cine. ' - ; i -?-?f.uA.t;i:" -.., : FROM THI . 'LARGE ST y Manufacturings Chemist - in; the world.. : , . I am acquainted with H,T. -Helmbold; he occupied the drug store opposite my residence and was successful in conducting thebusiuess where others had not been equally so before him, I have been favorably impressed with his character and enterprise- . , ,-yyy ' WM. WEIGHTMAN, ; - . (Firm' of Powers & Weightman, ' ' - ' ManufActuribs Chemists,-, Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia From the 'Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, , Afarch 10. . - - .: . .. We are gratified to .hear of the; continued, success, in New York, of our townsman, Mr. H. T. Helmbold, Druggist His store, next to the Metropolitan Hotel, is 28 feel front, 230 feet deep, and five stories in height. ' It is cer tainly a grand establishment, and speaks fa vorably of the merit of his articles. He re--tains his Office and Laboratory .in this city,: which are also model establishments of their class. . ' :,-t I .- - . -. . r, ;...--'; r .. . ; . ' I i The proprietor has been induced to make' this statement from the fact that his remedies, although advertised, are . - , - ? f GENUINE PREPARATIONS; And, knowing that the T Intelligent refrain' from using any thing pertaining to Quacftery,' or the Patent Medicine order most of which , are prepared by self-styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to read a physician's simplest prescription, much less competent to prepare pharmaceutical preparations. ; : V these parties resort :Jt to various means of effecting sales, such as copying parts of advertisements of popular. The science of "iHedidne stands SIMPLE,' PURE,'and MAJESnChaving Fact fdr its- basis, Induction for its Pillar, Truth alone for; ite Capital. r . . , ,, . ' , . , .'. t , A,Word bf Caiilioii,fn::: Health is most important: and the afflicted should nofti8e an -advertised "medicine, or: any remedy, unless ; i is contents Or Ingredi--. ents are known to others besides the manu--.. factum,' or until they are ' satisfied of the qualifications -of th party so offering..--; .1 - '1 v." HELMBOLD'S t yy Genuine .: Preparatioti&;. V FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,. ; ...a Fluid extract sarsap aril av ' and.improved rose washJ Established "upwards f 16 years, v" ,2 I rA ;;:.;Prepared by H. T.-HxLMioLXr -, - ? -.!- : -; - . ; - :v TtTit imn mo Tmnn x tt nnwt- ICAL WAREHOUSE, 5'94 .Broadteay., New Yorh - . .? And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL -DE". ', POT, 104 South Tenth Street Philadel-, SOLD BT ALL ttIll'GClST. anl01y.4 . ; y ' v' 'i'