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Meeting ;;of ; the Monroe County . J)BAlOc ATIC CENTRAL COM. 6- .! -There will be a meeting of the Democratic Central Com mittee, atTfoodsfield,- on TUpbAY;:;MAY:;21. 1867, to fix tne time and manner of holding the- next County Con- vcntion, and to attend to such other tbusiriess as may. come before the1 Committee: he following is a list of the members: - 7- ' Township. .Kames. ljA(UmshWi S. WlLET ; t' , , BentonGr S. Alqeo. , v . Bethel .Thomas Martin. - -;,f, (Center Jojin S. Wat. Franklin Geo. W. Mason. .fGreeii-rHrofeEPH.MTiRS.,, ;, .... , , 1VZ acls'6fa---J IRE. WlTTEN. ' vt ,JlaIagar-BARNET Mann;' ' ' " '-Ohio -F. MCHLEMAN.Y- v.-f-v; i "frc'rjSA. Morgan. ' ; : -( ;$ajiemJAMEs, Walton.; ". V Senea--J; B.? Williams. ' Bamiai-C. F. Bilxman. ' " " ' ' f' Sunsbary-rWM. Griffith. .. . Switzerland DrVJ.'Kurp. ffsnjjionps'mrA Wat, Sr.";- Wtyne EiViNoFFsiNGiR. :JOHN S.WAY, Ch'n. K3rAlas meeting of the Township Trustees, oa Saturday last,: the township was re-distrioled , and the oath of office administered to those persona, appointed to act as supervisor?.; ,: VC r .-'V.-; ': . f i,; At CTalton's. , ; .;77." -Noyela, by the best authors, for 25 cts. If returned ' in good order can be ex .changed for 10 cts. ... ; "Smaller ' Novels ; 10; cts; exchanged at 5 et3.i:h',A, my7w2. .-. j -?t . ' ;iJ)cpEDiLT Neat. The most sensible -style of female attire yet adopted by the Jueen of Fashjon is that of the' double skirt street-dress. It is decidedly conre nient, tidy, attractive, - and does not re quire both hands to hold it up out of the filth. " Then it transforms grandmothers into young ladies and makes the entire fe male world look - five "thousand years jounger. .- - - ' K30f the many Cosmetics and Toilet articlsBOW advertised, but few prove to be what they : are represented. Messrs. Herger, Shutts & Co., Chemists, f Try, N. Y., are advertising extensively several Articles tnat nave-proved tnemseives just .as represented, for which they are acting as agents. We bdlive .them to be per fectlylrugtworthy, and that parties using ;their preparations wll find them fully up to the recommends given. See their ad vertisement in another column of this pa- Tv ; ,m, ' : ' ' Jt3"Sxtract u from . ; letter of S. C Chandler, Professor of Geology and Min eralogy, East Middlebury, Tt.: "Messrs. H. P. Uall'& Col, Nashua, N. H. Gen tlenieu: Some time - since, when I was in jour city, delivering a course of Geolog ical lectures. I procured a bottle of your Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kenewer, for the use of myself and family, and I am hap py Btate, : its use ; has . proved ' all that you have claimed , for . IL I have recom mended it to my friends and neighbors, and in every instance it has given perfect atifactioa.7 This I regard as due to you and the.pub!io.M(. - tSTThosa of our readers who lack a growth of hair upon the face, or those whos's hair is falling out, or have become bald, would do weU to try "Dr. Sevigne's Bestaurateur Capillaire." This prepara tion has been used by thousands in this country, and Europe,' with the most grat ifybg jesults ..Testimonials of the most Mattering character -have been received from the most wealthy and influential cit- tvani itf t V n AAnnv an will Vv a a n a. -Pmn aa&u9 v- uw vvKuit j Ouvt rv aaa wo com lieu .40 any 6ne,bn"applicati6n, by Messrs. Berger, Shutts & Co., Chemists of Troy, N. Y., the only agents in America for the tale of the came. Bead their, advertise "aent in this paper. ; - , f - t2TThe following is a list of the Grand and Petit Jurors for the May Term,1867: Uobert Jackson, Center.' :V ; : Jacob Stoehr, Summit.; ," - : Jehn S.1 Monroe, Ohio. Christian Roth, Green. - ; Peter Dillon, Salem. T Perry Cline, Ohio. -" - ' i John Stephen, Seneca. . David P. Hutchi8en,TBentonr Taylor Jeffries, Sunsbury. ; , t ... ... , Jacob N., Hamilton, Center. John Thompson,: Summit. v '.,. Thomas Herrop, Ohio. .:: Thomas" McDougal, Perry. Charles McGoniga.ll, Sunsbury... -petit jurt. JoSlah'F." Bryant,-Wayne." ' " Jacob Eggar, Summit. '"Jbhn'CHoejBeotodr 1 '15'"'J Nicholas Tisher;Ohio.' r ' "ThonusE. Hubbard, Washington. ',. .WIIiam Shntz, Wftsbidgton. . : rAinosiVorkmaB, Switzerland. : ,:llicbdrdAiibsoa, Franklin. o Isaac- Wiciicd, leiier.- George W. Cline, Beiitun. - -' J ok liua Way Sr., Washington.. . 5 Gldebn'L. Tyler' Salem. , LOOK HERE EVERYBODY! NEW HOT E L 1 1 Mr. & Mrs. MiNSTERMAN take pleasure in informing the publie that they are now prepared to keep Hotel in first-class style Their new house has been fitted up in a manner calculated to please the traveler however fastidious, he or she may be. The stables are all new, and the best of care always taken of the traveller's horses.;' .'. . ' Their new stand is about one hundred yards East of the Public Square, on the Sunfish road, left hand side, corner build ing. Their old customers and the trav eling public generally, cannot do better than to stop at the Minsterman Hotel. mch5m3., , -, .. .. , LWalton's Cheap Grocery! AND- NOTION ST OR E I A D JOINING Court House, where can always be bad the best quality of Groceries kept in the market, and1 Confectioneries ef all kinds, School Books, Toy Books, Pictures, Novels,- Rewards- of Merit, ' Toys,' Slates, &c. Axes, Hatchets, Shovels, Spades,Hoes, Baftes, Forks, Curry-combs,and the finest assortment of Pocket-knives in the county. Night Bloom ing Cereus and other fine perfumeries; Cocoa Cream, Oil of Grapevine, and other 4fine hair 0U3.- V carbon, sweet and Castor uus.- bocks, Gloves, Suspenders, Paper Collars, Looking Glassed, Lamps, Lanterns, Canned Fruits, all kinds of Tobacco and Cigars, and a great va riety of other goods too numerous to men. turn. ': - -:i : . - . ; aprSOml. ' ISplt is acknowledged by Physicians, Druggists, and everybody else who ever used it,' that Dr. Strickland's Cough Bal sam will cure 'Coughs, " Cold's, Asthma, and .all diseases of "the Throat and Lungs; quicker and better than any oth erremedy known. We would recommend our readers to try this great remedy, knowing it to be A No. 1. - aprl6m; ttS-The Catholic Church will be com pleted during this year. ; ; HABE1ED. MITTENDORF MIS CHNAIK On the 13th nit. by Rev. Peller, Mr. George Mittendorf ond Miss Amelia Mischnaik, ' : ' ' - ' COEN TOHOOn the 1 9th nit, bvGeo. Caldwell, Esq, Mr. Stephen Coen and Miss Jfary Jane Yoho. . HARTSHORN KEADLE On the 21st nit.. by C F. Billman, Esq.; Jlfr. Aaron Hartshorn and Miss Marie Keadle. " BARNES SMITH On the lsth ult, by T. S, Fowler, Esq., Mr. Wm M. Barnes and Miss Sarah M. Smith, '.. ; SCOTTCOX. On the 20th nit., by James Dougherty, Esq., Mr. James . Scott and Miss Evaline Cox. TAYLOR KINNEY. On the 30th nit, by Rev. E. Ellison, Mr. John A. Taylor and Miss if. J. Kinney. ' , , WOODS WRIGHT On the l3thnlt.,by Rev-' K. R. Cramblett, Mr. Thomas J. Wood and ifiss Elizabeth Wright. . ; Spring Trade -1867! :o:- THOJIAS HUGHES, Wheeling, West Virginia, II'.- '' i.T ". ':''-! . ';.' Merchant Tailoiv AND DEALER IN 0 Gents' Furnishing Goods, AND- REA : MADE t Would respectfully call the attention of his customers and the pnblio generally to his large and well-selected Btockof CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,3 VESTINGS;&c. SaitaWe for Spring & Summer Wear, With the assurance that he can offer SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS both as to quality and price. FUENISHING GOODS In an endless rariety. THOMAS HUGHES. Ko. 35 corner 1onroe and Water Streets, .)..: wueelixg; wt ya. : April 23, '676. COMMERCIAL. WOODSFIELD PRODUCE MARKET CORRECTED WEBKLT BT JONES & MOBBIS. Saturday, May 4, 1867. Wheat per bushel ,?2.753 00 Flour per barrel.. 15,0018,00 Flour per hundred.... 8,00i0,00 Corn per bushel 70(3i75 Oats 40 Beans Flax-seed Barley 1,251,50 2,00 ....80 15 Butter pet lb Eggs per dozen 8 3 Kags per lb, Coffee...'. ......3035 Green Apples 50 Timothy seed. .'. 3,00 Clover seed 10,00 JJned Apples ....1,00 Dried Peaches .5,50 Salt 4,00 Hay ...15,00 Wood per cord .3,00 Onions per bushel 75 Potatoes 751,00 Corn meal per bushel.... ,.7580 Sorghum molasses by the bbl 50 Hides (green) per pound 58 Calf Skins per pound .....10 Socks per pair.... .....4050 Bacon per pound .....1012 Beef per pound...;......; 1013 Tallow " 12 Uandles , " 20 Lard . " 10 Coal .15 Beeswax...... ;. ..........25 Soap 15 Feathers .i .............60 Tea... ?1,402,00 Syrup per gallon 65 Molasses. " .........75(1,50 Sugar per pound .........1620 Cincinnati Market. Cincinnati, May 3. Flouk $11 0018 00. Wheat ?2 773 53 Corn--95c. '.;':' : Oats 72o " Rye No. 1, $1 70. Whisky 26c. Provisions Steady. Mess Pork City $22 50: country Bulk Meats 8o for Bhoulders:10(all for sides and clear sides, loose Bacon Shoulders 9c: sides 11c: clear sides lzc. - . Labd 1212Jc. Clover Seed -12 00. Timothy Seed $3 403 50. FlaxSeed 2 502 60. Linseed Oil $1 45. . Bdtter 2528c. Eggs lfic. Gold 134 . Baltimore Cattle market. April 25. Cattle The offerings at the scales during the past week amounted to 658 head, against 513 last week. Of the number offered, 193 came from Chi cago, 105 trom Uhio. and 53 from West Virginia, over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; 125 from Pennsylvania over the Northern Central Railroad; 85 from Maryland, and 22 from Loudon County, Va., on foot, besides 11 head from Phila delphia, over the Philadelphia. Wilming ton Baltimore" Railroad. The market opened -on Tuesday and Wednesday with prices rather excited, sales being made at higher rates than to-day, the market clo sing at a decline f J cent per pound from sales made during the first of the week. Prices to-dav raneed as follows: Old cows and scalawags at $5 75t 00; com mon cattle 57 758 25; fair 8 258 75; good 9 00?50j and extra ?9 75 per 100 lbs.' - Sheep Supply light and' prices un changed. Sales 7J8c per lb gross. Hogs Supply not so good, and prices show an advance of cent per lb. on the rateaof last week; sales at $10 5011 00 per 100 lbs net. . - - : Cincinnati Cattle Market. - April 25 The market has had more life in it than at our last report. Cattle are very scarce; the supply does not begin to meet the home demand. We quote very common at 5c; good at 6J7c; and No. 1 butcher's cattle at88Jo, gross, i cheep The market .is more lively; prices range from 4J to 7c. ; No No. 1 sheep offered. l - ' . ; Hogs The receipts are much lighter, and more life in the market, prices Tang from 6J to 7Jc. Milch cows are taken quick on arrival at from $50 to $90. ' ' , N E WEST 0 C K 6 F GrocerieSjNoticns & Confectioneries -AT- P . SOH U M A 0 H E R 1 S , Which were bought for CASH at the lowest Kates. which he will positively sell as cheap as any OTHER HOUSE in the COUNTY! His stock consists in part of' SMOKING I O B A C CO, Snuff, Raisins, Nuts, ' Cmndics, CRACKERS, C AKE S, PICKLES Oranges,, . . Coffee, . . . : Lemons,..; Tea, , Prunes, . ; . Sugar, Molasses, . : Tobacco, ; . , Figs, : ' Sardines, Currants,' " Fish, ; .. Canned Fruit?, . Barley. , : Dried Peas, . Eto.,eto. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR Kept constantly on hand. Also, B A C O N , country cured, of the best. Place of business, opposite the Court House. Call and examine taj stock before purchas ing elsewhere. faThe highest price3 paid for all kinds of country produce. : t apr30mo. YgBlaiik Deeds and Mort gages for salejit this office. SPECIAL NOTICES. A CougJi, A Uold, or A sore Throat, SEQUIKES immediate attestios, AND SHOULD EE CHECKED. IF, ALLOWED TO COKTIXUE, Irritation oftheLunsrs a Permanent Throat Disease, or Consump tion, 13 oriKS TDB BESULT. BROWN'S DROKCIIIAL TUO CUES BATIKS A DIKECT 1HF1PEKCB TO THB PAETS, G1VB IMMEDIATE BELIEF, For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Con- sumvtion and Throat Diseases. TROCHES ABB CSED WITH A1WATS GOOD SUCCESS, " Smtsera and Public Speakers will find Troches useful in clearing the voice when taken before Singing jor Speaking, and relieving the throat after an unusual exertion of the vocal organs. The Tboche3 are recom mended and piesoribed by Physicians, and have had testimonials from eminent men throughout the country. Being an article of true merit, and having proved their efficacy by a test of many years, each year finds them in new localities in various parts of the world, and the Troches are universally pronounced better than other articles. '. Obtaijt only "Browh's Bronchial Troches," and do not take any of the Worthless Imi tations that may be offered." Sold Evebt- wherb. ! ' nov27m6 Helmbold's Fluid Extract U U C II u Is a certain cure for diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY, and all diseases of the - URINARY ORGANS, whether existing in MALE OR FEMALE, from whatever cause originating and no mat ter of - . HOW LONG STANDING. Diseases of these organs require the use of a diuretic. If no treatment is submitted to, Con sumption or Insanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are supported from these sources, and the , HEALTH AND HAPPINESS, - " and . ' that of Posterity, depends npon prompt use of a rename remedy. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, Established upward of 18 years.prepared by . 1T.T.IIEOII10LD, - DRUGGIST, 594 Broadway, New York, and 104 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Fa mch5,'67. Frea to Everybody. A large (5 pp. Circular, giving information of the greatest importance to the young of both sexes. ' It teaches how the homely may become beautiful, the despised respected, and the forsaken loved. No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their address, and receive a copy, post paid, by return mail. , ' Address A O. Drawer, 21, febl2m6. Troy, N. Y. THE GLORY OF MAN IS STRENGTH There fore the nervous and debilitated should im mediately use Helmbold's Extract Bccnu. mch5, ' - ; Know Thy Destiny. Madame E. F. Thoeston, the great English Astrologist,Clairvoyant and Psychometrician, who has astonished the scientific classes of the Old. World, has now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. JWadame Thornton possesses such wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable her to impart knowledge of the great est importance to the single or married of either Bex. While in a state of trance, she delineates the very. features of the person yon are to marry, and by the aid of an in strument of immense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to produce a life ike pictured! the future husband or wife of the applicant, together with date of marriage, position in life, leading traits fn oharacter,&c. This is no humbng, as thousands of testimo nials can assert. She will send when desired a certified certificate, or written guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By enclosing a small lock of hair, and stating place of birth, age. disposition and complex ion, and enclosing fifty cents and stamped en velope addressed to yourself,you will receive the picture Atii desired information byre turn m&ll. AH commU2JCvivn jsaureaiy confidential. Address in confidence, MadAe E. F. THORKToy, P.O.Box, ?23, Hudson, N. Y. febUly. ' MANHOOD AND YOUTHFUL VIGOR are re gained by Helmbold's Extract BucHU.-mch5. B?a,A Young Lady, returning to her country home after a sojourn of a few months in the city, was hardly recognized bv her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she tad a soft ruby complexion of al most marble smoothness, and instead of twenty-three she appeared butightoen, Upon inquiry as to the cause,L e plainly told them that she used the Circassian Balm, and considered it on invaluable ao q uisition to any Ladu's toilet. By its use any Lady or gentleman can ' improve their personal appearance an hundred fold. It is simple in its combination, as Nature herself i3 6imple, yet unsurpassed in its efficacy in drawing impurities from, also healing, cleans ing and beautifying the skin and complexion. By its direct action on the cuticle it draws from it all its impurities, kindly pealing the same, and leaving the surface as Nature in tended it should be, clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price $l,sentby Mail or Express, on receipt of an order by W. L, CLARK & CO., Chemists, " No. 3. West Fayette St., Syracuse, N, Y. The only American Agents for the sale of the 6ame, 1 . . iodizy. SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS RESTORED by Helmbold's Extract Bcchu, mch5. NOTICE. The beautiful Piano Fortes of Grovbstees & Co., are deemed by all good judges to be the Ultima Thule of instruments of the kind. We cannot suggest what is wanting to make a musical instrument more pertect, althoogh we are slow to admit that the limit of im provement can ever be attained. Before they had brought their Pianos to their present excellence, they had submitted them to competition with instruments of the best makers of thin country and Europe, and Teceived the reward of merit, over all others, at the celebrated Werld's fair. It is but jus tice to say that the judgment thus pronounced has not been overruled by the musical world Still, by the improvements lately applied by them to their fianos, it is admitted that a more perfect instrument hns been made. They have accordingly achieved the paradox of making excellence more excellent. Sure ly, alter this, they ar entitled to the motto, 'Excelsior," " may29. SPECIAL f . NOTICE?. . Wonderful but True. .MADAME REMlNGTON,the"woild-renowned Astrologist and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in a clairvoyant state, delineates the very features of the person yon are to marry, and by the aid of an instrnment of immense power, fenown as the Psychomotrope, guar antees to produce a perfect and life like pic ture of the future husband or wife of the applicant, with date of marriage, occupation, leading traits of character, &c. This is no im position, as testimonials without number can assert. By stating place of birth, age, dispo sition, color of eyes and hair, and enclosing stamped envelope, addressed to yourself, you will receive the picture by return mail, to. gether with desired information. Address in confidence, .Madame Gektrddb Remingtos, P. 0. Eox, 297, We3t TroT, N. Y. febl2v. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHD and la. proved Rosb Wash cures secret and delicate disorders in all their stages, at little expense, little or no change in diet, no inconvenience and no exposure. It is pleasant in taste and odor, immediate in its action, and free from all injurious properties. mcho,'67. Lauglilin's Infant Cordial. The Child's Cure " for Teething, Mothers all know the manv sleenless nichta the little ones at home have to pass when Teething. You need no one to remind you of the Pain Colic. Wakefulness. Uneasinnsa. Fretting, Flatulence, Disturbed Bowels, &c. We tell tou that one bottle of this Cordial will correct all these troubles, Assist Teeth ing, Remove Acidity.Allay all Pain, Quiet the Fretful, Promote Sleep. It is an astonishing fact that the largest number of deaths occur amoug children, and that the greatest amount of suffering is also among children particularly while TEETHING. Now, mother, do not let the little one suffer: Kelleve them by using LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL; Assist Teething by LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL. Wakefulness cured by LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL. Colic is Cared by LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL. Flatulence is Cured by LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL; Gentle Sleep Comes from LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL. Satisfaction Warranted from LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL. Money Refunded if Laughlin's Infant Cordial Fails. Facts V for tlie People! OLD HOME BITTERS, Cures Dyspepsia without Fail. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. Cures Sick Stomach. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Cures Cramps and Fains. . Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, . Cures Indigestion. Laughlin's' Old Home Bitters, Regulates the Stomach. Of air Vegetable Compounds this tonic is the most agreeable, and at the Eame time most effectual. And it i3 the most popular! rsecause it combines a pure stimulant, with the most approved medical aromatic - Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Gives you an Appetite. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, ' ; ' - Gives you Strength. -.. - : Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Relieves Dyspeptios. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Has Never Failed. - Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Dobs as we Say. It is warranted to do all we claim for it.and we can furnish certificates and testimonials of its virtues, in any number. It will relieve distress from food, correct acidity of the Stomach." It not only creates an Appetite.but enables you to easily digest your food. It is an invaluable friend to all who are weak and debilitated, or in a low state of health. Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitten. It has no equal as a Remedial Agent. There 3 not a Medicine eo certain, speedy and in fallible in its action. We say this without any hesitation, and can at any time prove we only publish the facts. . Sold everywhere by Dealers. LAUGHLIN, SMITH & CO., Druggists, Wheeling, West Virginia, mch26m6. Sole Proprietors. SCHEUCX'S SEAWEED TONIC. Thto medicine, Invented lr Df. J. U. Bohbjtok, of Phila delphia, to intended to duwolve the frod and Biake tt Into chrme, the first process of aigoiUon. By cleansing th Btomach with Schenck's Mandmke Pills, the Tonte loon restores the appetite, and food that could net he alon before Bsing it will he easily digcrted. . Consumption cannot be cured hy BAenck'a Palmonlo Syrup unless the stomach and liver is made healthy and the appotite rostored, hence the Tonic and Pills are required in nearty ercry cam of consnmption. A half doren bottles of the SEAWEED TONIC and three or four boxes of the MANPEAKE PILlS will cure any ordinary case of dys pepsia. - - Dr. SonsHoi makes prbfcsitonat visit ta New York, Boa ton, and at hto principal OIBce in Philadelphia every week. See daily papers of each place, or his pamphlet on consump tion tor his daya for visitation. Please observe, when purchasing, that tho two likeness of the Doctor, one when in the la rtaqe of Consumption, and the other as be now is, in perfect health, are on the Gov ernment stamp. Bold by all Druggists and Dealers, price $1.50 por bottle, or $7.50 the half dozen. All letters for advice should be ad dressed to Dr. SonBKOs'e Principal Office, No. IS North 6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. General Wholesale Agents: Demaa Barnes & Con N. T. 8. 8. Eance, Baltimore, JId.t John D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio; Walker A Taylor, Chicago, 111. ; Collins Bros St Louis, Mo. Dsiw.e.m.lrfc " Jat22 ' ..- : - - I ... I A. V .V .V" u.l . AT . M 1 vj- sVV'A V-MoV mchl21y. ' ' " .' ROSENTBAUJI & ;KLOTZ' ,' CHEAP' CASH CLOTHING -AND- DRY GOODS STORE. SPUING AND SUMMER DB GOODS! -AT. ROSENBAUM & KLOTZ' CHEAP CASH STOEE! TT7E have opened a Store-room in the V V Bloomer House, one door West of the corner, and are now receiving a large and well selected Stock of ' ' , ' ' ,c x, o t ii i.ar. g ! " . AND SPRING AND SUMMER Which we will sell a3 cheap at an other es tablishment in the County. ; .7- We have Dress Goods In great variety,and all the newest styles in PLAIN AND FANCY GOODS! White Goods.l Laoes, Embroldeiy, &o.: Tabl Linens, Irish Linens, Towelings, &c, Shawls, Skirts, (Hoop and Balmoral,) Corsets, Hosie ry, Gloves; Bleached and Brown "AfuBlins, Cloths, Cassimere3 and Vestings, a' nice as sortment; a full line of all kinds of Notions, Hats, Trunks, &c. &c, , . We also keep on hand a well selected stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING 1 and will not be Undersold bv any one in the market. Call and -see ns. - RemflTnliAP th place: Rosesbaum & Elotz' Cheap Cash Store, Bloomer House, one door West of the corner. April 16, lm. ' Agents 1,000 Wanted! To Sell the Only Official Southern History of the War, THE LOST CAUSE, Bv E. A. POLLARD. Agents can canvass the townships in which they, reside or a few townships if they desire. One agent in West ern Pennsylvania reports fifty-one orders in four days, for this work alone. Sead for oar circulars and terms of this and other import ant works, before engaging in the sale of oth er works. Address, . : . A. L. Talcott & Co., 58 Market Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; aprl 6w4. ' - - Sheriff Sale. Jacob Ingold ,. . - " vs. tt ' Barbara Ingold et als. TY virtue of an order of sale t nte di rected from the Court of Common Fleas of the county of Afonroe, and State of Ohio, I will offer for sale, at publio outcry, 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'clock p.m., on Tuesday the 21st day of May; 1867,. the following real estate in Monroe County, to wit: The southeast quarter of the south west quarter and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section eight in township three of range four, containing eighty acres, more or less; subject to the wid ow's dower. - JOSEPH MYERS, -aprl6w5. Sheriff" M. C. O. ' Eoad Notice. ' . NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the Commissioners of Jtfonroe County, Ohio, at their next regular session, for a review and reeuryey of the county road leading from Claiingion to Blare's Kun as hereinafter described: Commencing for the same at. the north end of Market street, Clarington; thence northeast with said road to a point sixteen feet west of the north west corner of Stephen Thompson's , new fences thence eighteen feet east of Gardner Thomas' shoe shop to the road, and thencs ith the road as now need to Blare's Run The CommUEioners will also be requested to reduce the ' present road to thirty ' feet in width, and also as much of the new road to be made only thirty feet, aa the public inter est will permit. MANY PETITIONEES. apr30w5. 1 . . - . Eoad Notice. NOTJCE ia , hereby given, that a petition will be presented to th Commissioners of Monroe County, Ohio,at the June session, 1867, for a view and survey, and also for an alteration,of a road commencing at the bridge on the Little Muskingum Creek near George Cline's; thence down said creek to the month of Big Licfe Run; thence: np said run to Brownsville, following the present road as near as may be done to make a good road; thence through' the lands of Wm. Pool lo Rocft Camp Eun; thence down said run to the forks on the lands of Calvin Amos; thence up the east fork by Daniel Littles' coal bank, to intersect the State road at or near William Rouse's;said road not to exceed five degrees apr30w5, . , . JOHN HENSEL. Road Notice. ' PUBLIC notice is hereby given, that a peti tion will be presented to the Trustees of Jackson Township, .Monroe County, ; Ohio, praying for the location and establishment of a Township Eoad, commencing at the road on the right hand fork of Miller's Enn on the land of J. Y. Mason; thenoe through the land of Dr. Cummings, Jacob Rowles, S. E. Elliott, Jesse Rowles, Q. W. Woodbridger Frederiok Bauman, and Conrad ' Ludolph, to intersect the road en the land of said Conrad Ludolph, whioh road should be also located and estab lished, to the north to intersect the county road on the premises of Mohael Lohr, and south to intersect the new county road on Louis Roscheb's premises. apr30w5. JHANY PETITIONERS. Oil Leases for sale at this office. l0ATE PRI0E STORE: MOON E Y & 00 . Are selling Goods exclusively on the ONE PRICE SYSTEM, and are now receiving their; SPRING-STOCK. Having been in the marfeet among the latent if not the last, they have the advantages ' Ci the decline in the market, which ' -will enable them to sell all of - .. i . their Goods . AT PAKIC PRICES1,! They have a fine stock of 1 READY MADE CL0MlNft; of the latest. Styles and of all prices, and PIE CEO O O DS, Consisting of ? ' ' ' Dres (Jop4- ' V u Cloths, Cassimer " Vestings, TVeed, ' - Jeans and SatirtettsI - of all varieties. ' y-: I.h7 wish to call attention particularly to- STOCK OP COTTON GOODS Consisting in part of ' : ' ri Brown and Bleached Muslins ; , 4 Bed Tickings, i;' ,' f Aprou Cheois, ?A -:V; Hickory SMrllsgs, Qottouades, Denims, Ac. ' -AtSflf, " .'.: ',. 'J HAT S. A N D C AP8r',i Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Consisting ef a fine variety of ' Hosiery, Saspenders, Gloves, . Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, v Linen and Paper Collars, If eckties,, ", In faot everything , .': IN THE PURNISHING LINB Ton will find our (took of -r : ? NOTIONS COMPLETE. Carpetings, Floor Oil Cloths . They are selling at greatly reduced prloesj and defy competition. All they ask la a fail show. ; ....... COIIE AND IEE. . - t HOONET A'CCY Goodat Made to Order : AND X TTT OTTARiNTMII. vj i April 23,1867 m2. " , . NotiCC . .. ; :. . JOHN ADAAfS and his wife Elizabeth AJU ams, whose place of residence is unknown, but is without the State of Ohio.will take no tice that David Kirkbride of the county of. : Afonroej in the State of Ohio, did, on the 9th ; day of April, 1867, file his petition in th Court of Common Pleas of said county and. State, against the said John Adams and lElix abeth Adams his wife,-and James Markey,set ting forth that the said John Adams and Eli abeth Adams his wife, on the 13th day of Au gust, 1863, gave a mortgage to the said David Kirkbride, on the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter, and the northeast quarter, of the southeast quarter of section . eleven township five and range seven, containing eighty acres . more , or less; situate In the ' county cf Monroe and State of Ohio, to se cure the payment of six hundred and fifty dollars ($650 00) aocording to a certain not referred to in said mortgage, and that since, . the giving of said mortgage the said Jamea . Mariey claims some interest in said lands un der the other defendants; and praying' that the said John Adams pay the'sum of $650 00 now claimed to be due on said mortgage, with, interest and taxes thereon,; payable semi annually, the interest from the 13th day of Aagust, 1865, and taxes from 1865, including said year; or, in default of such payment.thit said premises be sold to pay the same; and the said John Adams and Elizabeth Adams his wife, are notified that they are required to ap pear and answer said petition on or before the third Saturday after the 28th day of May" next. , -'.'.,.' Dated April 16, 1867. ' " DAVID KIRKBRIDE, Bt HustBS & Hustkb, his atty'a i n7w6. ; - i .- Master Commissioner's Sale. Thomas Pollock ' Ebcuezer Boughner. ' "'. BY virtue of a mandate to undirected from the Court of Common Pleas of Afonroe County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Woodsfield,between . the nonTs of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., on - "" ' ' ;. ' ' ' 1 - Tuesday, the 21s day of May, 186?, '; I the following real estate in Afonroe County," Ohio, to wit: Lot number one hundred and fifteen in the town of Clarington. " ' I' ' . JOHNS. WAY, pr23wS. : , ' lfas."Com Af C. O.