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' Guardian's Sale.
rf pursuance of an order of the Frohate Cotirt of Monroe county, Ohio, made on the 15th day of September, A. D. 1866,in the case of Jacob Wagner, Guardian of Daniel Dennis, againa his wardt al, the undersigned will, on the . 20A day of October, A. D. 18C6, between the hours ef ten and fonr o'clock on me premises, oner at puDiic saie, me louow Ing described real estate, situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: The west half of the northwest quarter, and the northwest qnartei of the southwest quarter of section one in township three of range five, containing one hundred and twenty acres, subject to the dower of Catharine Vonsohwaben. Terms of sale one-third cash, one-third In one and one-third in two years from day of sale, to be secured by mortgage on the prem ises sold, and the deferred payments to bear interest at the rate of 6 penent. per annum. i . n ? 4 nn JACOB WAGNER, eeplStd. Gnardian of Daniel Dennis. .Master Commissioner s Sale. - ' Levi Joy -. Nancy Johnson & al. N BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court ofCommon Pleas of Monroe ceunty, Ohio, I will offer at publio sale, at the front door of the Court Hou3e,in Woods- field, between the hours of 10 o'clocfc A. m. and 4 o'clock p. x.,on Saturday, the lZthday of October. 1S6G, the following described real estate in said -county, to wit: Twenty acres out of the south west corner of the South half of the north west fourth of section twenty-six township mree ana range five. Said sale made in pursuance of an order in the case of Levi Joy vs. Nancy Johnson & aL JOI1N S. W4Y, . : eepl lw5. . '. Mas. Com. M. C. 0. Sheriff Sale. W.H. &B. H,Mallory :: . tb: . James Farrier. t . By Virtue of an execution to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of the Court House in Wooisfield, between the hoars of 10 o'clock A. s. and 4 o'clock p X., on Monday, the 15th day of October, 1S6G, the following real estate situate in Monroe county, Chio.to wit: Lot number eighty-eight In the t e wn of Clarinet on. Taken as the property of James Farrier, At the salt of W, H. and B. H, Mallory. - ; ' JOSEPH MYERS, 6epllw5. Sheriff M.C. 0. Sheriff Sale. '' ' ' "; HiramCurtis . TS. -George Ray. By virtue of Tend!, ex. to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of the Court Honse in Woodsfield, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. ji. and 4 o'clock p. v. on ; ... , .. . - Monday Llhe 5th day of October, 1SG6, the following real estate Eituateln Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: The southeast quarter ef the southwest quarter of section twenty in township Bix and range seven, containing forty acres more or less. Taken as the property of George Eay at lha anil of Hiram Unrtm. . . . JOSEPH MYERS, sepllw5. - Sheriff IL C. 0. United States Annual Taxes. . v- v Office Internal Revenue, FiTTEENrn Collection District, :. Mametta, 0., Augi 25, 18G6. 3CG. J "rVTOTICS is hereby given that the Assessor's IV Annual List for this District, for 1S66, embracing Taxes on Incomes of 186', and on Licenses, Carriages, Yachts, Billiard Tabie3, Watches, Pianos and Plate, ia now in my Lands, and said Taxes are bow payable. ,1 will attend in person, at my oiUce is Mat rietta, Washington county; At the office of John Roedel, Esq , in Pome- toy, Meigs county, by John Loedel, Deputy Collector; . At the offioe of David Kessinger, Esq., in Athens, Athena county, by David Kecsingor, Deputy Collector; At the bfice f W. W. UcCarty, Esq., in JloConnellsyille, Morgan county, by W, W. eiuuariy, iepuiy voueoior. At the office of II. R. West, Esq., in Woods- fied, Monroe county, by H. R, West, Deputy Collector, Until the 25th day of September. 1SG5, to receive payment wf the Taxes aforesaid. If not paid within that time, the penalties prescribed by law will be enforced under dis traint. , W. P. RICHARDSON, sep4w3. Collector lSth Dis. of Ohio. ;Examination of Teachers. fpHE Board of Examiners will liold the fol JL lowing meetings for the examinatrcis of teachers: - . Saturday, September 1. " .15. it 44 ' (4 " t 44 44 . u - October November 29. 6. 20.1 3, 17. : 8. 29. December . . . 4. Examinations to commence at 8 o'clock. . eep4.- JAMES 0. AMOS, Clerk. fTHE BEST OF THE AfOJrTHLIES JL-.THE LADY'S FRIENDdevoted to FASH ION and LITERATURE. Beautiful Steel En. graving?. - Splendid Double-Sizb Coloked VmninN Vr.LTvu. The latest Tiattema of Drfts. - - - - i ees. Cloaks Bonnets,mbroidery,&c. House hold Receipts, Music, &c. WHLR & WILSON'S Sewihg Machines given a3 Premi ums. Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DEACON & PJSTRSON, 319, Walnut street Philadelphia. dec27. Notice. This is to notify all persons not to purchase or trade for two certain promissory notes of kand given by me to Andrew Powell.one note calling for $75 due the 25th day of December, 1866,and one calling for $100 due on or about the 25th day of June,l&67, as I do not intend to pay said notes unless compelled bylaw Dated August 16, 1865, aug21. JOHN DAVIS William Eoss' Estate. TTOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber Xl has been appointed Administrator of the estate of William Ross, dee'd. ug7. ' STEPHEN PANCOAST. . Oil Leases oMco. . . ' ibr sale at this Notice in Partition. WILLIAM Z. DENT,John Q. A. Dent.George Dent. Mary E. Dent, Sarah A. Dent, Susan L. Denfc and Lucy A. Dent, will take notice that on the 27th day of August, 1866, Henry, Dent did file his petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio,in which he demands partition of the following real estate lying in said county, to wit: The east half of the northwest quarter Jand the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section thirteen township four and range five; also part of the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter of seotion thirteen town ship four and ranee five, beginning at the northeast corner of said lot; thence west on the line of said lot nineteen rods and ninety- four feet to the middle of the bardis TkOad; thence with the middle of said road to the line on the east side of said lot, and thence north en said line to the place of beginning, containing three-fourths of an acre more or less. Said petition will be for hearing at the next October term of 6aid Court, MORRIS & WAY, aug28w5. Att'ys for petioner. "Legal Notice. Jane Keene. plaintiff,! The defendantohn acainst keene, will take no John Keene.defendaut. I ice that the plaintiff Jane Keene, filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, on the 27th day of August, 1866, her petition for alimony on the ground of willfal absence- The said cause will be for hearing at the October Term, 1S66, of said Court. MORRIS & WAY, aug28. Att'ys for Pl'tff. Notice in Divorce. RACHEL DILLON, of Iowa City.in the State of Iowa, is notified that William Dillon did, on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1S66, file his petition in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas within and for the county ot Monroe and State of Ohio, charging the said Eachel Cillen with adultery with some person whose name is unknown, and asking that he may be divorced from the said Rachel Dillon, which petition will be for hearing at the next term of said Court, ' WILLIAM DILLON, - By Alios Si SrEiGGS, his Atty'a. flug28w6. Divorce Notice. 1 rABIAH SIMERAL.of the State of Indiana. 1VJL is hereby no fied that Alexander Sime- ral did, on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1866,file his petition in the office of the Clerfc of the Court of Common Pleas within and for the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, charging the said Mariah Simeral with willful absence for more than three years, and ask ing that he may be divorced from said Mariah S meral, which petition will be for hearing at the next term of said Court. ALEXANDER SIMERAL, By Auoa & Sfsiggs, his Att'ys. aug28. Legal Notice. David C. Steel, plaintiff,") State of Ohio, - against Jionroe County, John S. Johnston and V In the Court of Wary E. Johnston his Court of Common wife, defendants. - J Tleas of said Co, 10HN S. Johnston and Jary E. Johnston tl his wife, who are residents of the State of Illinois, will take notice tbeton the 27th day of August, A. D. 18GG, David C Steel, the plaintiff, filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monioe County, Ohio, his petition against them, in which said plaintiff 'seeks to re cover from said John S. Johnston the amount of two promissory notes given by said John ston to George Detling, dated January 25, 1864, one for one bundled dollars dne April first, 1866, and one for one hundred dollars due April first, 1867, which said notes are now owned by the plaintiff, and to secure the payment of said notes said John S. Johnston and Jary E. Johnston made a mortgage on lots numbers nineteen and thirty-eight;in the town of Afalaga in said county; the plaintiff will ask a judgment a?amst said John S. Johnston at the next term of said Court lor the amount due on said note3, and 'an order of sale of said real estate to foreclose aaid mortgage. The defendant, will answer ccording to law by the 20th day of October, 1SC1. . JJAVID C. STEEL, By HoiiiisiEB Si Oxet, his atty's. aug2Sw5, V Master Commissioner's Sale. Stephen Thompson & al against TheM. &C. Sailroad Co. BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe Countr, Ohio, I will offer for 'sale, at public auction, at the front door of the Court House ia tho town of v7oodsfield, in said county, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. II. and 4 o'clock P. M. on . - - Saturday ,the 20th day of ScplemlcrSGG, the following real estate 6ituate in Monroe County, Ohio, to wit: A stiip of land extend ing forty feet on each side of the center of said railroad in section seventeen township two and range three, taken from the lands of James Thompson, deceased,and extending the whole length of said Thompson's land in said section seventeen; also a strip of land one hundred feet wide from the east and west line on the south side of said Thompson's land on the line now surveyed and rrarked fcr said railroad to the Eo'uth end of said Thompson's orchard, .k1 sixty feet wide to the north end of said Thompson's orchard, and then one hundred feet wide to the north end of said Thompson's land and to or about the center of Bishop's Hun; said land is situated in and on part of fractional section seventeen and section twenty-three in towBship two of range three, and the first tract mentioned is situate adjoining the above described tract and down the river,all in Monroe couhty,Obio. Taken as the propeity of the 11. & C. Rail road Company at the suit of Stephen Thomp son k al, and appraised at the sum of $350. EDWARD SAL1SBUOY, Uas. Com. Monroe Common Pleas. 6Ug28w5. " Legal Notice. WILLIAM H. TUSKER, of the State of II linoiSjWill take notice that on the 27th day of August, ICtiG, Sophia Okey filed her petition in the Court of- Common Pleas of Monroe Count y,Ohio,against him in v hich she demands &525. with interest 83 follows: on $200 from April 1, J 853; on $150 from April 1, 1854; on &150 from Apiil 1, 1855, and on $125 from June 1, 1855, subject to a credit of $28, April 1, 1853, for maintenance, &c. That a writ of attachment has been issued in 6aid action and served on garnishees. You are re quired to appear in eaid Court and answer 3aid petition by the 20th day of October, or judgment will be taken against you as by confession at the October Term of said Court 1866. - HOLL1STER & OKEY, aug23,1866. . Att'ys for plaintiff. J&SA11 kinds of Produce ta- k$n in exchange for this paper. Proclamation. OTICE is hereby given to the qualihed voters of Monroe County, Ohio, that a general election will be held, as required by law. on the second Tuesday, being tne 91I day f October, A.D. 18G6 at the several places of holding elections in said county of Monroe, and yon will then and there proceed to vote by ballot for One Secretary of State, for the State of Ohio; One Supreme Judge for the State of Ohio; -One Member of the Board of Publio Works for the State of Ohio; One Common Pleas Judge for the 8th Judioial District of Ohio.; One Member of Congress for the 15th Con gressional District of Ohio; One Probate Judge for Monroe County; One Auditor for the County of Monroe; One Commissioner fer the County of Monroe One Infirmary Director for the County of Mohroe, The Trustees of the several Townships of said County are hereby notified that the fol lowing number of Jurors are apportioned to their townships respectively, and that they are required to select the said number and make return thereof to the Clerk of the Qourt of Common Pleas, together with the poll- book, within two days after the said second Tuesday in October, 18C6: Adams... ........ .6 Benton 4 Bethel,'... 5 Center. 12 Salem ...8 Seneca ...6 Summit Sunsbury .7 Franklin......... Green............ Jackson..., ...... Malaga..., Ohio.. Perry Switzerland. ...... Washington .6 Wayne ......5 Total 10S The polls to be opened between the hours of 6 and 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, and closed at 6 o'clock in the afternoon of said cay. Given under my hand,at my office in Woods field, this 17th day of August, A. D. 1S6C and of the Eisty-fourth year of the State. JOSEPH MYERS, Sheriff Monroe County, Ohio. aug21td. Legal Notice. . TIMOTHY KINNEY and Rachel Kinney his wife, of the State of Missouri, will 'ktakejio- tice that on the ,15th day of August, 1866 Thomas H. Genin filed a petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, State of Ohio, wh'ch is pendine therein, the object of which is to foreclose a mortgage given by them to William Watkins, and assigned to said Genin, on the following lands in said county, to wit: The northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section four township four and range five, and to collect $400 and 10 per cent, interest thereon from January 10, 1859. You are required to appear and answer said petition by the 13th day of Octo ber, 1S66, or judgment will be taken at Octo. ber Term of said Court, 1SC6, by default. HOLLISTER & OKEY, aug2lw6. Att'ys for Thos. H. Genin. F O U TZ'S CSUBBATID 2 This preparation. I long and favorably known, will thor oughly reinyigorata broken-down and low-spirited horses, by strengthening and cleansing tho j to mac h and intes tines. 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Administrator's Sale. : By virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for sale on the premises, on ' Saturday, the Gth day of October, 1SG6, the following lands situate in the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, to wit: the west half of the northeast quarter of sec. 2 tp five of range five; also the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section two of township five of range five; also part of the southeast quarter of the north east quarter of section two of township five of range, fivf containing seven acres and one half of an acre commencing for the same at the north west corner and running south eigLty rods thence east ten rods; thence northerly eighty tods; thence west twenty rods to the place of be ginning and excepting out of the first describ ed piece the following to wit; beginning at the. nrothwest corner, thence south fourteen rods; thence east eighty four rods; thence north- westerly direction fourteen rods to the section line;thence west eighty three rods to the place of beginning containing seven and one fourth acrescontaining in all one hundred and twenty acres more or less. iiiKiib one tnird in casn one thircr in one year and ene third in two years. - Jons Eeyseb Adm'r. Sept. 4 66. of James Falconer, Frederick Aslibaugk's Estate. "X TOTICE.is hereby given that the subscriber 11 was, on the 7th day of August, lSG6,ap. pointed Administrator on the estate of Fred erick Ashbaugh, dee'd. angll3. KOBINSON M'LANE, Save Fifty Dollars. - A1 NY PERSON wishing to rmrchase one of drovesteen's Pianos, advertised in this paper, can save fifty dollars of the price by applying to & editor of thia paper, jane26. Hqtsb m CatttB Piii Wr-ry-l ft fl A Book of Thnlline Interest for tha .Young. The Early riiyslcal Degeneracy AMERICAN PEOPLE, And the Early Melancholy Decline oj Childhood and Youth. JUST PUBLISHED BT D R , STONE, htsicias to TDK Tkot Luno as Htoiehic Is- ISTITUTE. 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, Im- aired .Nutrition and Digestion. 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For gale by drug gists and dealers in Fancy Goods everywhere. Price 75 cents per Bottle $6 COperdtfxen. REE FES' JMBROSU DEP OT. , : 62 Fulton Street, New York City. Nov. V65.br. Attachment Notice. , JAMES C0KGER, a non-resident of the State of Ohio, will tafre notice that Samuel P. Jones filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, on the 7th day of Au gust, 1G66, his petition, wherein he claims there is due to him on a certain promissory note given by said Conger to N. Koehler Si Co., and assigned to said Jones,the sum of $2(5 77, with interest from the 6th day of August, 1S66, and that an' order of attachment has been issued out of said Court in said action. Said James Conger i3 required to appear and answerjthe petition in said case by the 25th day of September, 1866. - - : MORRIS & WAY, augl4,1866w6. Att'ys for pl'tSl Master Commissioner's Sale. : John A. Lackard et al against The Hares' Creek Oil Company. BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of ilfonroo Connty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auction at the front door of the Court House, in the town of Woodsfield, in said County, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'olock P. M., on Saturday, the 29th day of Seplemlcr,lS(jQ, the following real estate situate in Monroe County, Ohio, to wit; Beginning at the quar ter post between Eections twenty-nine and thirty township one and Range three; thence north with the quarter line one hundred and thirty-three perche3 to a blacft oak corner of John B, llontoo'cj thence cast with his line forty perches to lm southeast corner on Fred erick Brown's line; thence south with said Brown's line twelve perches to his . south west corner; thence south with said Brown's line eighty perches to the corner of said Brown's land; thence with his line south forty-two degrees east eighteen perches to a corner of said Brown; thence with his line south fifty-eight degrees east nine and one half perches to Shreiver's corner; thence with Shreiver's line south three degrees west eighty-nine perches to the section line fourteen perches west Of the section corner;thence west with the section line one hundred and forty, six perches to the place of beginnig, contain ing one hundred and ten acres more or less. Also the following tract lying west of the above tract and being a tract of land which Nathan Hollister conveyed to Jacob Bare by deed dated November 13, 1854, part of seo tion thirty townrhip one range three, begin ning at John Fisher's corner intherunjthence north thirty-two perehes;thence north eighty, two deg. west thirty-eight perches to a drain; thence south with said drain twenty perches to the run; thence down the run to the place of beginning,-containing Bix acres more or less, all ia section thirty township one range three, being the same land conveyed to the plaintiff -on the 6th day of May, 1865, except that part lying on the south side of the run called Bare's Run, containing within said pur. chase about one hundred acres of land, all in Monroe County, Ohio, . Said land, with, appurtenances, including engine, fixtures, &c!, connected therewith and belonging thereto, taken as the property of The Bares CreeA: Oil Company at- the suit of1 John A, Lankard et al, EDWARD SALISBURY, Mas, Com. Monroe Common Pleas. The Bounty Hill Has .Passed. All Soldiers who enlisted for three years of soldiers, in their proper order, are entitled to its provisions. rA M o s & SPBIGr Governmental Claim Agents, WOOB&FI ELD, O ffllO. ; Are fully prepared to attend to the collection the U, S. Government. Back Pat, Officers' Monet oa Extra Pat, Copntt and Township Local Bountt, and Pensions, wiU receive prompt attention. They are regular practicing Attorneys and well experienced in the business,and have all the necessary facilities of securing: the tr3-CAUTiON. Do not send your discharges to foreign Agents, as it will cost you extra expense and trouble. : I0NE0E MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. WOODSFIELD. OHIO. Office, Two doors South of the Court House. This Company has now a capital, in ixeai estate, ci $200, and conducts its business on the most approved and economical plan, ta&ing risks only in First-Class, Detached property, Farm .Buildings, Private Dwellings, and their Contents, ma fcing it safer than those insuring .Mills, 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 losses 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. DIREC IT. B. Hill; L. L. Fred, F. Jyoeiiler, Isaac Welsh, D. Walton, John M. Rownds Joh Way. OFFICERS: H. B. IIill, President. F. Koehler, Treasurer. fJosiAH Sikclaib, Traveling Agent. I Q(n THE LADY'S FRIEND lODO The best of the Monthlies-r-devo-ted to LITERATURE andFASHION. $2 50 a year. We give WHEELER & WILSON'S Ckl ebrated $55 Sewikg Machines on the follow ing terms: , Twenty copies and the Sewing Machine', $70 Thirty copies and the Sewing .Machine, $85 Forty copies and the Sewing Machine, $100 Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DEA CON & PETERS02V, 319 Walnut street, Phil adelphia. . " dec27 Attachment Notice. ARY SMITH is notifled that on the 7th day of August, 1866, ElielHeadley caus ed an attachment to be issued against her for thesum.of $50. Said action will be for hear ing before E. Salisbury, J. P. for Center town, ship, Monroe County, Ohio, on the 22d day of Stptemlxsr, 1866. E. HEADLEY, ' augl4w3, Master Commissioner's Sale. ' W. Tate Robinson vs. . . Charles Cooper. By virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court ef Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door ef the Court House in Woodsfield, between tho hours of 10 o'clock c. xn. and 4 o'clock p. m., on Saturday, the 6th day of October, 1866, the following real estate in said county,to wit: A part of the northwest quarter of section ten of township six' and range seven, pur chased of Thomas King by WT. Robinson, containing two acres more or less. JOHNS. WAY, sep4w5. Mas. Com. M. CO. . - Settlement Accounts. NOTICE is hereby given, that the following settlement accounts will be for hearing Thursday, 'September 27, 1866: Jacob Drum Executor of John McManiama, final. . T. S. Frame & D. Llackledge Executors of Elijah Gray, final. Lewis Naylor Executor of James Naylor, fi nal. Frederica Roth Administratrix of John Roth, Jr., final. ' John Mcilaniama Administrator of Rebeo- ca Harren, final. : Nathan Mobley Administrator of Greenber- ry Juobley, final. - . Robert Johnson Administrator of Daniel Kayler, partial. John jtuhleman Administrator of Peter Miller, partial. Jacob Pfalsgraff Guardian of G. W. & Lydia Miller, partial. . Alex. Buchanan Guardian of W A. Pick ens' heirs, partial. Benjamin Rouse Guardian of Louis Gates' heirs, partial. Wm. Thornberry Guardian of Emeline Thornberry, final. Western T. Sinclair, Aug. 28, 1866. vProbate Judge. : Notice to Teachers. The next meeting of the Monroe Connty Teacher's Association will be held in Woods- field, for the weeA; commencing MONDAY, October 1, 1866. Besides the regular exercise, a number of Lectures will be delivered on various bran, ches of Education. Arrangements have been made with the proprietor of the Union House, and with pri vate families, for boarding on reasonable terms. Turn out, Teachers,' and we will have a pleasant and profitable meeting. W. S. WILEY, Seo. Woodsfield, Aug. J. Dissolution of Partnership. Thb partnership heretofore existing between Frederick Koehler and Nicholas Koehler, un der the firm name of F. & N. Koehler, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be conducted hereafter by N. Koehler, who hope3 to merit the liberal custou heretofore received by the firm. Persons knowing themselves indebted to the firm will please call immediately and set tle their acoounts with F. Koehler . at the store. FREDERICK KOEHLER, - NICHOLAS KOEHLER. Woodsfleld, July 25, 18C6. are entitled to its provisions. All heirs G-.'S of all claims of this or any other kind against Three Months Extra Pa-l Prisoners' Ration prompt payment of claims. augl4,1866 D IN 1 3 S a Premium Notes, secured by first lien on , . ..t . OOO! TORS F. A. Lamping, M. Hoefleb, E.-W. Mathews, Ja's. W. Walton, Chris. Warnicke, Peter Diehl, John S. Wat, Secretary. June 14, 1865, Sherift Sale. . E. Howell et al vs. ! . - -T. J. Howell et al, ; By virtue of an order of sale in partition to -me directed from "the Court'of Common Pleas of Jfonroa county, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of the Court House in Woodsfield, between the" hours of 10 o'clocfc A. M, and 4 o'clock PrM., on , Monday, the 15th day of October, 1866, the following real estate situate in said county, to wit: The northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 28 township 2 of range three, containing forty-one acres; the west half of the southeast quarter of section thirty-four township two of range three, con taining eighty-one acres; the southeast quar ter of the southwest quarter of section thirty four township two of range three, containing forty one acres; subject to the widow's dower in the southetst quarter of the southwest quarter of section thirty .four township two of range three, and in thirteen acres off the west side of the west half of the southeast quarter of section thirty-four in township two of range three. Said sale made in pursuance of an order in the case of E. Howell et al vs. T. J. HoweU et al. JOSEPH JITTERS, : sepllw5. Sheriff Af. CO. Sheriff Sale. - T. S. Sherer ' ' Benj. F. Bailey et aU. . V By virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me di rected from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at the door of the Court - House in Woodsfield, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. m. arid 4 o'clock p. u., xn -'..-A-:"-: Monday, the 15th day of October, 1866, the following real estate situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: The southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section nineteen township two and range four,containing forty acres more or less. Taken as the property of Benjamin F. Bai ley et al at the suit of T, S. Sherer. . JOSEPH MYERS, . sepllw5. Sheriff M. CO. ; Sheriff Sale. ; v . . James Rinard ,;' ; vs, .. ,v Ester Rinard et al. BYv to ' virtue of an order of sale in partition me directed irom tne uouri oi torn. mon Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will of fer for sale, on the premises, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. xn, and 4 o'clock p. m., 0Q ' ; ; . . p :V v. -Saturday, the 29th day of September, 1866, the following real estate situate in said county to wit: The southeast quarter of the north east quarter of section eleven township three of range six, containing thirty .eight acres and fifty-six hundredths of an acre; also, all of that traot or parcel of land situate in the county of Monroe, and beginning twenty-one rods south of the northeast corner of the southwest half of the southwest quarter of section five township three and range six, ly ing in Jfarietta District; thence running west of south seventeen rods to a lecust tree; thence east . five rods; thence north to the place of beginning, containing one-fourth of an acre more or less; also all' that traot or parcel of land lying on the west side of the Little Muskingum Creek,of the northeast qr. of the northwest quarter of section five town ship three of range Bix, containing five acres more or less; also all on the west side of said creefc of the east half of the northwest quar ter of section five township three of range six, containing five acres more or less, said line extending to the east bank of the said 3fus kingnm Creek.all of said lands lying in that part of jlfonroe County that originally be longed to Washington County.and containing a grist and saw mill,dwelling house, &c. Said sale made in pursuance of an order in the case of James Rinard vs. Ester Ri nard et al. JOSEPH MYERS, augg2ltd.' , 8heriff M. C. 0. Michael Hess' Estate. NOTICE i3 hereby given that the subscriber ' has been appointed Administrator de bo nis non," with the will annexed," of Michael Hess, late of Monroo oounty, deceased. augl4. HUGH B. HILL. - II li ! 31 IJ O L. D 8 EXTRACT -BUCiti; nELMBOLD,S HELMBOLD ,8 HELMBOLD' S BUCHU. BUCHU. BTJCHU. The only Known Remedy for ' D Ii:;B E TE S . IRRITATION OF THE' NECK 0' THE BLADDER,- INFLAMMA- T TION OF THE KIDNEYS, CA ' . TARRH OF THE BLADDER, n STRANGULARY OR PAIN FUL URINATING. :.-'M For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy, and too much cannot be said In its. praise. A single do5..has teen known I re lieve the most urg-eriUeymptoms. " Are yon troubled with that distressing p lin in the small of the back and through the hips? ' A teaspoonful a day of Helmbold's Bu- chu will relieve you. '. : - '--7:s PHYSICIANS " AND OTHERS . PLEASE NOTICE. . I make no secret of ingredients. Helm bold's Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, selected ' with great care, prepared in vacuo and acoording te , rules of ' ' , ' PHARMACY & CHEMISTRY. RH I 35 1 -i . inese ragreaiems are &uown as me XBOIK valuable Diuretics afforded. - : v A DIURETIC: Is that which, acts upon the kidneys. ? Helmbold's Extract BucKu ACTS GENTLY, ' ' ...... It pleasant In taste and odor, free from all In jurious properties,and immediate in its action.' Ifai ilm Hntlrnifinn nf nil. -' ' - r ) , : See Medical Properties contained in Dispensa tory of the fj. S., of which, the following is a correct copy: . . ' 'v "Bucnv. Its odor is strong, diffusive and somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish,vand analagous to that of mint. It is given chiefly in r.nmnlaints of the Urinary Orsans.'such as Gravel, Chronio Catarrh of the Bladder.'Mor bid Irritation of the Bladder and Crethra,Dis- eases of the Prostrate, and Retention or the the parts concerned in its evacuation. It has also been recommended in Dyspepsia, Chronic , Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections,ani Drop- 7- "'. Por Further Jirformation, . ' , See Professor Dewees valuable' works on the. Practice of Physio. ' ' " See remarks made by the' celebrated Dr. Physic, of Philadelphia.. ; , . V i See any and all Standard . Works on Uedl-' cme. . . , . . " THB5 li A n u I d i ' .,. - v . . ;' - -.- ; ' A' : : . Manufacturing Chemist - IN THE "WORLD ; . I am acquainted with H. T. Helmbold; hi occupied the drug store opposite my residence and was successful in conducting the business where others had not been equally bo before ' him. I have been favorably impressed with his character and enterprise. : WM. WETGHTMAN, "(Firm of Powers & Weightman,) Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia, LFrom the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin' . : , juarcu iv. i . 1 We are gratified to hear of the continued' H. T. Helmbold, Druggist. His Etore, next tt the Metropolitan Hotel, 1b 28 feet 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 classv 'A- . A" " A "' ' The proprietor has been- induced to make -this statement from the fact that his remedies, .' although advertised, are , . ' UlTJn U Al Ail A UAliJ JX.1XJX 1 XJVi iJi And, knowing that the intelligent, refrain from using any thing pertaining to Quac&ery, or the Patent Medicine order most of which . . 1 If 1 1 1 . . . are prepared uy seu-Biyia uociors, wno are too ignorant to read a pnysicians simplest prescription, much less competent to prepare pharmaceutical preparations. . - THESE PARTIES RESORT -' - - ..'.-- a - . m m . 10 various means or enecung saies, sucn as ponviTiir nartii of ndTArttRAmAnta nf TWinnlir ' o r tr-r remedies, and finishing with certificates. The science of If edicine' stands . SIMPLE, basis, Induction for its Pillar, Truth alone for its Capital. - ; : ; . . . . 4 : A Word of Caution, Health is most important; and the afflicted snouta not use an advertised medicine, or any remedy, unless its contents or ingredi ents are known to others besides the manu facturer, or until they are satisfied of th qualifications of the party so offering. HELMBOLD'S" Genuine ; Prepartion . FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT SARSAP ARIL & ; AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH Established upwards of 16 years, Prepared by H. T. Hilmbol.- ; rnncipai jLvepois. TiPT.MPnT.Ti's "npna aMnpinpxr ICAL WAREHOUSE. 594 ABroadvmv 'vw vi IV) t i . . . A. -.. t - ;-., And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DE POT, 10-1 South Tenth Street, PhiladeU I'hia, Pa. . , ;. . -- . SOLD BY AIX DRUGGISTS. ianlOlj.