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i 1 I it: it- 7lr1 r 5 rr i r i t P. If THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. Published fcvcry Tuesday. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Two dollars per annum, invariably hi advance .c".- JOB rRISTISO Executed with neatness, and dispatch at this office, and at reasonable prices. . TERMS OF ADVERTISING: One square,' three weeks.'. . .', .... ". .$2 50 ne square, three mouths 0 (in ' " rijiiair) sia uii'uui'...itttt.i' iio square, nine months. .. ........ IS 00 . One square, twelve mouths .'. . 1" 00 Two squares three weeks 5 00 Two siuares,three months.-. 8 00 Two squares, six months............. 12 00 Two sqnaiea.nine months..... "16 00 Two squares, twelve mouths 18 00 One-fourth oalumn,tbree months 15 00 " -six months 2-i 00 'v " - n'nB months 30 00 m . . . twelve months .'...35 00 One-haif co'umn, three months 20 00 she months ,30 00 j . N nine months . .35 00 twelve months..;; .40 00 One column, three months. 30 00 six months.. .......... .45 00 - i ' nine months... ...55 00 , v twelve months 75 00 igTwelve llaes, or less, will he charged as one square. 63" All legal advertisements will he charged f cy the line, ana most ue paiu ia aavance oi publica'Ion. (Sgf Notices of the appointment of Ad-js S3" Attachment Notioes and Road noti- (fjk pj5 oes, two dollars and fifty cents, in a I ftSadvance.gSJ . I Advertising done at published rates, ana pxjmeut required in aavance, in all eases. ; TIN WARE, COPPER WARS, Sh let Iron Ware, Stoves. ? &c. Place of business at the old stand, oppsite the . - JaiU" . . - ' WILL I A M R 0 S E , HAS fust received, and will sell at reason, able prices, a first class stock of the wares enumerated above. Mr. Eose is a cap ital workman,' and will manufacture "for you any wares desired, not found in his shop. Give him a call before looking elsewhere. He can and will please yon. v j apri3,'67. .' " v WIILIAS R03B. P Vof cs sion aL. C aVd s. 5r, W. T, SOCIiAIR, TT A VINO resumed the practice ofa ji. , . - orvfpea to tli a citizens ot cr Woodsfield and vicinity. (Residence one lore. v door Norlli of Driggs' 1 1X1 AM WAI.TOX, 31. -" Physician and Surgeon : ; (Office on main treet,) 4W o o D S F IE LB, OHIO J. X. M0MrS....J. B. DBIGOS....C. C HECRSB. Morris, Driggs & Mechera, AUorneyt and ovnullort at Law, , " -.WOODSFIELD,, OHIO. r WILL attend to the practice of Law in Monroe and adjoining Counties. Spe- cial attention paid to the collection of doubt ful claims. "Room formerly occupied by - Amos & Bpriggs Bloomer House oorner, -. declfimS. - , . - I.O.AK08, I i. p. spBiodsi Notary Public 1 Pros. Attorney . AMOS & SPJIIGGS, ; i Attorneys' and Counsellors at Law, and Licensed Claim Agents, ' . WOODSFIELD, OHIO. Cmci Up stairs in the old Bloomer Boose. '".'" ; ; : April 26, 1865.-- V- - 'I JACOB T. MORKIUL, 'Altomey-& Counsellor at Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC, : " ' Qarington, Monroe, County O. 1ATTLL promptly and faithfully attend .to V business entrusted to his earei Com promise and amicable adjustment always first sought, ana uugauon resort. used only as the last ct. 31. '60. Great Battle in Washington! The Capitol ..'.in Ruins ! ! THE above is not true; but it is true that I have bought W. W. Jordan's Tin Shop, and am now prepared to furnish everything nnllT kent in a first class Tin Shop, from a Cooking Btove down to a Tin Whistle. . ; S P O'D T. Ill O . ; Pit np oa short notice and satisfaction guar anteed. Terms Uash. June23m6. W. M. ALEXANDER. MARBLE WORKS SICnOLAS TV AGOSIHEIM Is prepared to furnish M ONU M ENTS, TOMB STONES Head-stones, and all articles usually manu factured In first class Marble establishments, at the lowest cash prices. - . Persons desiring to purchase win nnq u 10 their InUrest to call. Place of business two doors 8outh of Tostoffice, Main street.Woods fleld,Ohio. " ' " : inT. UNI OK HOUSE., ' , (Southeast of Pnblio Square,) SI3IOX DORB, its: Proprietor. HAVIKG recently taken charge of thil Bouse, the Proprietor has refilled and refurnished it throughout in a manner calcu lated to make it one of the most desirable topping places in this part of the State. . Guests will find the bbt accommodations At this House, and no pains will be spared to .v. lit am eomfortabla. The Stables are commodiensand the trav- lers' norses receive the beat attention. A seplv. . . TKB;S.T.A.B. HOTEL, (On the corner East of Main Cross St.) Henry Minstermau, : : : . Proprietor. mms Bonsa has been thoroughly renovated j and repaired. Having superior facilities.ev - . . I Hndftla :ery thing will do cone w miuw e"1"1 The uble is alwajs supplied with the best .v. mket affords. Uood rooms ana cieau tA tor tnvnlnra and reeular snests. Good stables are attached to the House. Ev ery effort will be made for the comfort of the natrons. Boarders taken by the day, week, month or year. ...'. Bepl C P. BBOWjr. JOBS STEEL. CP. B R O WN & cy Dealers in Watclies,- Clocks and Jewcliy, ' Solid Silver & . Plated Ware, ' Vo, 2 Washington Hall, Wheeling, West Va. 0" Watches Warranted. . and Clocks Eepaired'and seplome. fvSBIank Deeds and Mort! r m i 0, No, 112 Main street, Wheeling, West Va., (Mendell'a old stand,) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CARPETS and FURNITURE, OILCLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, Mattresses of all kinds. Constantly on Land an assortment of P T7 R N I T IT E E , Of the best makers of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Cincinnati, also of Our Own Manufacturing. sepl5m6. J. T. scorr, W. H. HESNKGES. SCOTT & HENNEGEN, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in - Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Watch & Clock Materials, Tools & Glasses, Silver Plated Ware. Fancy Goods, ic, No, 104 Main Street, Wheeling, West Va., and No. SI Fifth Street. Pittsburgh.Pencsylvania. seplomo. W . B O S L E Y . Manufacturer of C0H3I0N ; & FANCY CANDIES and dealer in Foreign Emits, Nuts, &c, No. 146 Market street, Wheeling, W. Va. Also Parties and Wedilings furnished with Ice Cream & Cake at the shortest notice. sepl5m3. " ... " SAMUEL M'CLELLAS. CBKfTEB D. KSOX McOLELLAN & KNOX, Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes, No. 65 Main street, Wheeling, West. Va. eepl5m4. D. NICOLL & B R O ., . Retail Dealers in ' DRESS TRIMMINGS, Colored Trimming Ribbons; fiosiery & Gloves; Brushes and , Baskets; Beltings; Head Nets; Fancy, and other styles. Fans; Cash's Coventry Cambrio Fril ling: split.aingle and double Zephyrs; Children's , " . , Gigs, and EC OLID .A. 4' GOODS, 109 Main St., between Monroe and Union, !'-. . WIIEELIXG, W. VA. sep!5m6. gmgdae eeoud ojBta ?v epooS 10 eSavqoza nj uej uoiiduosap jao jo 3 0 II Q O H 1 I3IKQO0 n esaid O) ppurtnieiop en oja rs 'j8TMes;o SajSunwDd eiojoq ia t sn oai8 puv 'Saj -pnng .siiiow Bnof 'OOBtd eqj laqraouiea o;iom juo psssqomd sv uoos s spoo5 jo; at J Aavaa a hi 'JOXOTOI sjto m pwq oq mo tsqt i s i i a a o o n f) isedtseqo pu )seq eq; qi;M maqt e)pounnooo nm em 'ejeraoisn? jno jo spuvmep snojJBA er aam 0 ispio nj 'aii3Aiss3i) suoGn)'Xi03ioai;3 jo uorjooios ei9draoo pu eng eis ioj eAsq om spooo xq ;o 3005s esuammt jno qiiM uoiiosnnoo uj. ; , . 1 semi) jnoeead erri 1! m l1"! B!-d y 'sassim pu eeipsj puv 'sioq puv uemsuoj reuevoi isq em 10 SH5IHV9 axY scions 'siooa jo nmiiossn esasmmi uv objv ssojid ;s8iioi 'bo puv nam i.j eiqv)ius '.S dYD K Y . S iL V H 9vs jo; puv pnvu. no Xi)u)6U00 &f9 o ssoud peonpai iv Ties 0 patnuuotsp bjv an uainAUOToa puv epvns Ajuas jo "8)0 'seniviOQ 'suivqSuiQ 'Bjnuj )S90ona uq; snioBiqtna spooj SS9JQ oiquuoiqs jSaipuq isaooa Aa -' . - jo uemJios -rv eeuemmj uv Sajoviquis 'spooo -isiai pa Vi mo ppAioow sn eAiq eji iqi 'Usaeues onqnd eqi puv ntot Bjqi J Bnei r)peq Suiuuojnj ;o poqieut gtq) ejjs Illlffl 91009 II Dlllffl tSiaHOI S S3LMOJ? ay aaAiaosH is.ijf LI 'I .1 V I S HCTIKIAY 3 T1YA 10- 3 0 0 I S 3 S N 3 K 14 I : . O R It 1003 AH taflKIX U10 81 AlOY 1868. 1SCS. THOS. HUGHES Sc CO- MERCHANT TAILORS I OES, Comer Monroe and Water Streets, WHEELING, WEST VA., WOULD respectfully invite the attention of their patrons and the public gene rally to their LAUGH AND VARIED assortment of Foreign and Domestic CLOTHS. CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, and now being received, and whioh will be sold at The Lowest Remunerative Figures I A .tplcndid Ait or t me n I . of READY-MADE CLOTHING Equal to Custom Work, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. sepl5m6. DRUG STORE. :o: DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. BRUSHES, ; DYE STUFF, !AND ALL Popnlar Patent Medicines, CAN always be found at J. T. JUDK1NS Drug Store, at the lowest cash prices PURE W1XES AND LIQUORS For Ht at J. Medicinal Pnrposes,may always be found T. JUDKIN3'. PAINTS, 0 7 aU colors, and in every form, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drog Stoie. LINSEED OIL, BY the Barrel or gallon, at lowest market rates, at J. T. JUDKIKS' Drug Store. TEE BEST COAL OIL 7 the market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil, Neat') Foot Oil, &c, &c, can he had at J. JUDKINS' at the lowest cash prices PURE WHITE LEAD, 0' F B. Fahnesteck'B brand, which is so just ly celebrated for- its purity, whiteness and durability, is just received by I. T. JUD KINS, and will be sold at the lowest cash PBICE3, PERFUMERY, SOAP, SPICES, . '. TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS, - AND a variety of other articles belonging to the Druggist's trade, all of which will be sold as low as they can be afforded. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS Cabefully Fkbtabkb at all hours of the day and night. , J. T. JUDKINS. sep8v. STAJflM HOUSE. HENEY STAMM, : : : : : Proprietor Water street, bet. Monroe and Quincy, WHEELING, : : : : : i : WEST VA THIS. House has been recently rebuilt and furnished throughout, and the proprie tor will spare no pains to make his guests comfortable. His table will be supplied with the best the market affords. - sepl5m6. M . R E ILL Y WHOLESALE GROCEB, and Dealer in Foreign & Domestio WINES and LIQUORS, Not. 55 & 57 Main st, Wheeling, W. Va. Flour, Bacon, Lard, Oils, Nails, Glass, &o. Sole Agent for the Hazard and Dupont Powder Mills. Also Patent safety Fuse. sepl5m6. LIST MORRISON & CO. WHOLESALE 0:R OKIE'S and Dealers tn . FLOUR, BACON, LARD, &c. Corner Main and Quincy streets, Wheeling, lr.'Va. sepl5m6. A IV ft UAL SETTLEMENT With tlae Treasurer of Monroe County Oliio,' showing tliecon clition of the vaiious Funds remaining in the Treasury ol I Ul I J113 liUWUO I miun 11. llldllllll, ui niv J. I vifcCMl 1 J 111 County, tor Stale, County, Township, and other purpo (iithc lM day of Scitcnibcr, A. D. 1868. said C scs, on STATE Ft.'Nl). To amount of Plate Uxeu toll, on Implicate of iamonntof priiiMl of povtion l6col.. 1 iiiniinul of thow lii-t'iise col...... ... I amount of peiMK-r's IiViii-e col , 1 itmouut received from Treas. of state., Py cash paid Treasurer of tale.., 'County proportion of tate Common school section 16 interest from btate Cash paid Treasurer of ate principal section 16 Treasurer's mileage Balance in Treasury scnooii FTJND. To balance in Treasury Sept. settlement, 1867 ainonnt of State Common iohool fund amount of section 16 interest from state amount of township school fund collected on Duplicate... 14,554 96 amount of interest section 16 collected by Treasurer. ... .' 214 18 amount show license " " 37 5033,047 29 ca. Bv State Com. school orders redeemed and deposited Deo. 1867 172 80 Tp. school orders State com. school orders Tp. school oiders section lb orders state com. school orders Tp. school orders ection 16 orders tate com. school orders Tp. school orders Balance in Treasury COUNTY DEBT FUND. To balance in Treas ury ept. settlement, 1867. By orders redeemed and deposited Deo. 1867 orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 Balance in Treasury COUNTY EXPENSE FUND. To amounted, on Dup. of 1S67 at Feb. 1868 do do Aug. 1868 amount col. on day book By amouut overpaid ept. settlement, 1S67.. orders redeemed and deposited Dec. 1S67 orders redeemed and deposited March, 1863 orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1868 Overpaid COUNTY INFIRMARY. To amount collected on duplicate of 18G7 amount collected on day book to Sept. 1868 By amount overpaid Sept. 1867 orders redeemed aud deposited Dec. 1867 orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 orders redeemed and deposited June, 1SGS., ordeis redeemed and deposited Sept. 1S68. Balance in Treasury . COUNTY ROAD. To balance in Treasury Sept. 1867 amount collected on dnplicats of 1 SG7 By orders redeemed and deposited Deo. 1867 6,360 83. orders redeemed and deposited March, 1S68 5,978 71 orders redeemed and deposited June, 1S8 905 00 orders redeemed and deposited'Sept. 1868....- 4,401 1817,645 72 Balanou in Treasnry 5,1 II 37 COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. DB. To balance in Treasury Sept. settlement, 1867 1,645 00 amount collected on duplicate or 1867 5,318 79 6,963 79 CB. By orders redeemed and deposited Dec. 1867 101 60 orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 1,845 22 orders redeemed and deposited June, 1S68 627 SO orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1868 952 88 3,427 20 Balance in Treasnry ; 3,636 59 TOWNSUIP SCnOOI. FUND. DB. To balance in Treasury fcept. 1867 ' 125 09 amount collected on duplicate of 1867 14,554 95 14,650 04 . CB. By orders redeemed and deposited Deo. 1867 125 09 orders redeemed and deposited Maroh, 1868 9,070 63 orders redeemed and deposited June, 1868 649 33 orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1S68 4,734 9414,680 04 TOWNSHIP SCHOOL HOUSE FUND. DB. To balance in Treasury Sept. 1867 .73 99 amount collected on duplicate of 1867 1 1,002 76 11,076 75 CR. By orders redeemed and deposited Deo. 1867. 73 99 orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 .6,983 90 orders redeemed and deposited June 18iS...... 366 24 " orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1868 i TOWNSHIP EXPENSE8. To amount collected on duplicate of 1867 By orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1868.. TOWNSHIP DEBT. To amount collected on duplicate of 1867..... By orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1868... TOWNSHIP BOUNTY. To amount collected on duplicate ot 1867 By orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 orders redeemed and deposited June. 18b8 orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1S68 TOWNSHIP ROAD. To amount collected on" duplicate of 1867 By orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 by orders redeemed and deposited June, 1868 by orders redeemed and deposited Sept, 1868 TOWNSniP POOR. To amount collected on duplicate of 1867 By oiders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1368 CORPORATION FUND. To balance in Treasury, Sept. 1867 amount collected on duplicate of 1867..... By orders redeemed and deposited. Deo. 1867 orders redeemed and deposited March, 1868 orders redeemed and deposited June. 1868 orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1868 Balance in Treasury TEACHERS' FUND. To amount collected on day book By orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1S6S amouut overpaid at Sept. settlement, 1867 Balance in Treasury, BUILDING FUND. To amount collected on day book by orders redeemed and deposited Sept. 1868 .Balance in ireasnry 1 in ' BALANCE OF FUNDS REMAINING IN COUNTY TREASURY. State Fund.... ... School Fund County Debt Fund. County Infirmary.. County Road County Bridge...., Corporation Teacher's Fnnd , Building Fund Total County Expense Fundoverpaid Balance Notes remaining in Treasury sepl5w3. Boots anil Shoes AT REDUCED PRICES 1 CHARLES LOBE NSTEIN, Manufacturer and Dealer in BOOTS and SHOES, Clarington, Ohio, Keeps constantly on hand a large supply of custom made BOOTS AND SHOES, of Men, Women, Youths, Misses and Chil dren's Wear, of French and American Calf and Kip Skins. Also a large and varied as sortment of E A TERN WORK of the same wear, either at Wholesale or Retail, will be sold at the lowest Cash Price. mch31m6. CHARLES LOBEiNSTEIN. Save Fifty Dollars. A NY PERSON wishing to purchase one of IA. Grovesteen's Pianos, advertised in this paper, can save fifty dollars of the price by applying to the editor of this paper. june2 JSSAU kinds of Produce taj ken i11 oVcIiflTo,? tVv L?ti S ..12.271 . . t5,3T n .. 478 .. 37 6 .. 991 c 20 qi 84 50 30 8 1S6S.. Aug. 186H. ...... ...4 . 7520.165 49 i CVL. 1,998 01 fund.. .15,113 00 . 2,491 84 . 478 84 40 0020,121369 43 SO SB. 635 81 35,1 13 00 2,491 84 1867, at Feb, do do do 125 09 do do March 1868 7,280 00 do do do 9,070 63 do do do 2,103 17 do do June, 1868 276 50 do do do 549 38 do do d 384 87 do do Sept. 1868 7,556 60 do do do 4,934 9532,453 89 593 40 DB. .2,729 55 2,729 65 CB. .1,310 48 6l4 45 1,824 93 904 62 DB. 5,479 04 2,715 91 4,260 8212,455 77 CK. '......' 5,867 56 4,121 90 6,637 95 1,795 5118.422 92 5,967 15 DR. 3,723 19 203 32 3,926 51 . CR. 125 25 ..616 95 1,109 17 716 72 816 09 3,384 18 542 33 DB. 6,800 45 1 K fir i e 1 nn E nn ....... lJ,i30 ot 46,101 "SlTl,,, 3,647 62 1 1,076 DB. 2,229 65 2,229 CR. 75 65 1,471 87 757 78 2,229 65 DB. .2,217 90 2,217 90 CR. 1,45 5 762 83 07 2,217 90 DR. 1 1,56 1 05 11,561 05 CB. .7,311 91 . 281 83 .3,967 3111,561 05 DB 5,407 07 8,407 07 CB. 3.182 85 229 42 1,994 80 5,407 0' DB. 4 73 99 ,73 99 CR. ; 45 46 28 63 73 99 DR. 34 46 2,684 12 2,718 68 CB.. 34 46 .' 1,639 48 71 19 921 12- - 2,666 25 ....52 83 DB. 137 70 137 70 CR. ......121 35 12 63 DB. ...I98 00 CB. 32 47 133 9S ...3 72 198 00 32 46 IK 100 54 ...43 80 ..593 40 ..904 62 ..542 33 5,111 37 3,536 59 52 33 3 72 155 54 10,953 70 5,967 15 '. 4,986 55 169 00 SAM'L "GRIMSHAW, Aud. M. C. O. A. W. PAUL! & CO., Dealers in B,SWIOMPAPER, No. 106 Main Street, WHEELING, W. VA. sepl5m6. GEORGE ROBERTS, Manufacturer and Dealer in Window Blinds, SASH,D00RS, PICTURE FRAMES, FAINTS, OILS, GLASS, C, 85 Main Street, Wheeling, Wat Virginia. "Painting and Glazing promptly atten ded to. . sep!5m3. Business Cards. BEBTRAND LANGEL, ummm m mm, (Two doors North of Kochler's store,) WOODSFIELD, OHIO. I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS ot work in my line. Men-disc, Cleas- ino, "&c. Thankful for past favars, I solicit a contin uance of the patronage heretofore bestowed on me. . spSm6 O . II . TILLMAN, DEALER IN WATt'ltES, CLOCKS, Jewelry, Notions, Silver Tinted and Ger man Silver Spoons; Spectocles of all kinds, and snitable to all ages. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Carefully liejiaircd, and Warranted. Charges ' and prices moderate. Room one door North of Diehl's store. seplly. GRAYSVIIiIjE house. (East side of Main street.) GRAYS VI L L E, Oil 10. Job Stackhouse Proprietor. HAVING recently taken charge of this House, the proprietor has refitted and refurnished it throughout in a manner cal culated to make it comfortable. The stables are commodious, and the trav eler's horses will receive the best attention. aug25r. 5ATIOS1L HOTEL , Main Street, Barne&villc, Ohio. It. Tj. FrnsScr, : : : : : Proprietor. GUESTS will find the best accommodation at this House, and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. Hacks leave the Hotel every morning for Woodsfleld. Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times, sep24x WOODSFIELD & B tltXESVILLE subscriber is now running a daily line ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Will leave Woodsfleld daily at 8 o'clock, arriving at isarnesviuo in time to connect with the Eastern and Western trains on the Central 6. R. R. Leave Barnesville daily at 7 o'clock arriving at Woodsfleld at 3 o'clock P. M. Particular attention will be given to passengers and all business entrusted to my care. The proprieto r also has a livery stable, and will furnish Horses, Buggies, Carriages, &c., at all hours, with or without drivers. sep 1 It T. K. DAVIS, Proprietor. H. F. HAGER . , .G. E. NICHOLS. HAGER & NICHOLS, MANUFACTURES OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLE MONUMENTS Tombs, Headstones, &ct ON NEW AND ELE1ANT DESIGNS AND OF SUPEBIOK WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH. tfSTPenons wishing to purchase will Dnd it to their interest to give us a call before going tlsewhere. -MARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAI BAKHJJBViLLU, UU1U June 19 1861. G II O C E R Y AND PROVISION STORE! Pi S O ll U M A C H E P. , Woodsfleld, Ohio, -:o:- IP . SCHUMACHEE WOULD inform the citizens of Woodsfleld and vicinity that he has on hand a large stock of GROCERIES. PROllSlt 4( consisting of Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Syrups, Vinegar, Burning and Lubricating,and other Oils, Salt Fish, Dried Apples, Canned Fruit,Raisins, Prunes, English Currants, Tobacco, Cigars, Yankee Notions, Candies, Paper Collars and Cuffs, Fruit Jars, Rice, Hominy, Soaps, Concen centrated Lye. Baking soda, baleratu&i ' Memorandum, BlaDk Toy & School Books, Letter or Foolscap Paper sold by the ream at Wheeling prices. Lamps and brushes of all descriptions. Candies and Confectioneries of all kinds kept constantly on hand.' Tnbs, Buckets, half bnshel measures, Brooms, Washboards, Hoes, Forks, shovels) and axes. In fact, I keep everything usually kept in a First Class Grocery Store- JST" Don't forget cher's New Building, seplly. the place, Schuma- P. SCHUMACHER. F. DAVIS. C. C. VANCB. I. t. DAVIS. F. DAVIS & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IX Flour & Confectioneries, BARNESVILLE, OHIO. sepl5m6. W. B. E1MFS05. .J, K. WILSON. SIMPSON & WILSON Wholesale Dealers in Notions and Fancy Goods. No. 78 Main street, Wheeling, West Va. (List, Morrison and Co.'s old stand.) 8epl5m6. 5gJob work of all kinds executed with, neatness and iispatch. Give us a call. MONROE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPAUT WOODSFIELD, O II I O onaANizED :i3sr laoa Oilicc, One door South of Dorr's Hotel. This Comparjy Has no, a capital, 5 n ko:ii estate, 01 200.000! and conducts its business on the most approved and economical plan, lading rfski only l First-Class, Detached property, Farm .Buildings, Private Dwellings, and their Contents, fcing it safer than those insuring Jlills, Factories, Wooden Rows, and' other jbro$tttr of similar hazaid. It is the chief aim of the Directors todoa safe, rather thai a largo Wit ness, as being a surer guaranty to permanency and of greater ultimate BucceM, .their rtU is to settle all losses promptly and fairly; and in soliciting patronage, do so with the llrt" conviction that the plan adepted by them, will make the Company permanent and safe to its policy holders, and at cheaper rates than any other Company in the State. D I It E W. T. Harlan, Isaac Welsh, John M. Rownd Wat IT. T?. IIiix; F. KOEnLEB, J . T. J CDK1NS, ' officers: II. I?. IIlLL, President. F. KoEHLER, Treasurer. gg"W. Hollistkb. Traveling Agent. WEST VIRGINIA LANDS FOBS ALE. I acres of improved lands, embracing seve ral fine farms in Tyler County, West Va. Said farms are in one of the best counties in the State, and are offered for sale at very low prices. Any person wishing to purchase a good home, would do well to call on me be fore purchasing elsewhere. My office will be at Middlebonrne, Tyler County, West Virginia, at which place f may be generally found. I will go with any person desiring to see my lands and show them. Any persons of Monroe County, Ohio', deshr- ing to purchase any of the above lands, 'or wishing to know where I can be found, at any time, will receive all required information by calling upon the Hon. James R. Morris, at Woodsfleld, Ohio. G. MAGRUDER, 8 MlDDLEBOCRXE, WSST VA., 1 March 6, 1868. j c Hon. J. E. Koeris Dear Sir: This will be handed to you by Mr. G, Magruder, who hag the agency of several fine tracts of land in this county, which lands he proposes to sell. I know Mr. Magrnder, and know that he has taken a great deal of pains to take no lands for sale bnt such as are of low price, good quality and undisputed title. He is very careful and particular about these things. I believe he will say nothing about his lands but what is altogether true. Persons having money cannot lose by investing in these lands. Respectfully, J. EDGAR BOYERS, Attorney at Law. MlDDLEBOUENE, TvLES COCSIT, March 7, 1868. This is to certify .that J. Edgar Boyers is a practicing Attorney of my Courts, and is a gentleman of integrity, and one in whom ini plioit confidence can be placed. C.J.STDART, Judge of the 4th Judicial Circuit of West Virginia. Woodbfield, Ohio, March 24, 1868. J. Edgar Boyers, Esq., is an Attorney at Law, in Tyler County. West Va., with whom I am well acquainted. I have no hesitation in saying that any representations he may make relative to the lands offered for sale by Mr. G. Magruder may be implicitly relied upon. , JAS. R. MORRIS. jn!yl4m3. Teacher's Notice. THE Board of Examiners will hold meet ings for examination of Teachers, at Woodsfleld, Ohio, as follows: Saturday, September 5, 1668. a $t u - October 3, 17, u u 31. - November 14, " 28, December 12, 26, u u II ' a Examination to commence at 8 o'clock. By order of the Board. JAS. O. AMOS, Clerk, sep ltd. Legal Notice. NELSON H. BURKHEAD against Margaret Barrett, Calvin Barrett, James Barrett, David Barrett, Abner Barrett, Daniel Akers and Sally Akers his.wife, Nancy Gates and David Gates her husband, and Isabella Bar rett, defendants. State of Ohio, Monroe county. The said defendants will take no tice that Nelson H. Burkhead on the 12th day of May, 1868, filed in the Court of Common Pleas of said county his petition against them, the object and prayer of which is to set up and establish the will of Isaac Barrett, deo'd, and to quiet his title to the southwest quarter of seotion twenty in township five of range five, in said county, Said defendants are notified that said case will be for hearing al the December session of said Court, 186 8 augllw6. . NELSON H. BURKHEAD, plt'ff. Legal Notice. JACOB MEYER, .of Wood county, West Va,, will take notice that John Meyer, on the 10th day of June, A. D. 1S68, filed a petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio.' The prayer of which is to es tablish the will of Jacob Meyer, deceased, and to quiet his title to the following .described land to, wit: The southwest quarter of seo tion thirty township three and range three. The said Jacob Meyer is hereby required to appear and answer to said petition on the 29th day of August, 1868. ' , JOHN MEYER, june30w6' by Amos & Spriggs, Att'ys Notice to Contractors. Auditor's Office, Mokkob Copftt, Ohio, 1 Woodsfield, September 9, 1868. SEALED proposals will be received at this office till tne 20th day of October, 1863, for an Iron Railing to surround the Court House. The panels to be 3j feet high, 7 to 8 feet long, posts 3 feet 10 inches from shoul der, posts to correspond, tenon to be 6 inches long. The whole will require about 750 feet of fencing. Three gates of the same mate rial; the gate posts for two gates to be higher and larger than the other posts; put up tn an ornamental style to correspond. Proposals will be received for both Cast and Wrought Iron panels. Posts to be cast iron in both. Designs to accompany proposals. . Bids will be received at the same time for stone for the above fence. One handred stones will be required, 3 feet long and two feet square, the top to be neatly dressed, and five inches round the edges, and beveled on the top. ' By order of tne Commissioners. SAM'L GRIMSHAW, Auditor. Divorce Notice. Rosana Clark 1 TTTILLIAM CLARK will vs. V W take notice that rn William Clark, j the 21st day of Angust,lS68 Rosana Clark filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, her petition for Divorce, wherein the said William Clark is charged with adultery, that said oase will be for trial at the December term o' Court, 1868, and said William Clark is notified to answer the same. ' -! - Aug25w6. ROSANA CLARK, f Administrator's Notice: - NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed was, on the 13th day of August, 1868. appointed Administrator of the estate of Catharine Conner, dec d. sepSwO.1 II. B. IILLL, i rremmm Kotes, secured by first veil on er O R s R. C. Miles, C. C. Nezor, Peter Diebl, Okey. Chris. " Vfjumanjy H. C. Kotzebtji; ' ' U. II. Datxnpob 1 i , 'i J. T. Judkins, Secrttarl; June 14, 1865, ; " WANTED. Tbachebs, Stcdists, . od other intelligent Men and Women, to af . business paying $1 00 to $200 per month, a v cording to ability. For particulars, address? 1 514 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa ' ' febl8,l868. ' ' : ; Probate .Notice. T" ?t . IN consequence of the burning of the entir -records and papers of the probata offlce,on the 13th of June last, it beoomes necessary for ' Exeoutors, Administrators and Guardians, who ' have not made final settlement with the" Court, to renew their bonds. ThoseJfcnowing themselves interested in the matter, vill please give it their immediate attention witlt- out further notice. . , W. T. SINCLAIR, v ang20tf. - Probate Judge. Proclamation; ' i '. f:;, NOTICE ia hereby given to the qualified vo ters of Monroe County, Ohio, that a gen.. eral election will be held, as required by law, on the second Tuesday, being the ' lain aay oructooer. a.ij.,iss( at the several places of holding elections In . said county of Monroe, and you, will then and1 there proceed to vote by ballot for " ' ' '.J One Secretary of State for the Stats of Ohiot One Supreme Judge for the State of Ohio; - --'T One Member of the Board of Publlo Works for the State of Ohio; ' ' - One School Commissioner for the Stata of Ohio; " . ; ; ' .y. One Clerk of the Supreme Court foe ' the State of Ohio; : - One Representative in Congress for the 15th District of Ohio; . ..,...,..? One Auditor for the County of Monroe; , t ' " One Commissioner for the county of Monroe; One Infirmary Director for the oounty of Moa' roe; and, , . One Surveyor for the county of Monroe." The Trustees of the several Townships of said County are hereby notified that the fol lowing number of Jurors are apportioned ta their townships respectively, and .that they are required to select the said number and, make return thereof to the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,together with the poU-boak, within two days after the said second Toes day in October, 1868: . . '; ' -'-' ' Adams 6 Benton .....4 Bethel... 4 Center 11 Franklin 7 Green...... 7 Jackson.. 4 Malaga. 7 Ohio..... 9 Perry.... 5 Salem... ........ 8 Seneca............ Summit .... . ....... i bunsbury.. . ...... .8 Switzerland. .. .4 Washington ....... 6 Wayne. S Total. .106 The polls to be open.between the hoars of 6 and 10 o'olock in the forenoon of said day, and closed at 7 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. ; j ' Given under my hand, at my office In Woodsfleld, this 22d day of August, A. U. 1868, and of the 66th year of the State. -' ! JOSEPH MYERS, , Sheriff Monroe County, Ohio.' aug25td.' 5 Proclamation , , '".,! NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified electors of the oounty of Monroe, ' State of Ohio, that a general Eleotion will be held, as required by law, on the Tuesday next af ter the first Monday in November in this year, being the ': Third Day of November, 18C8,' ;: at the several places of holding general elec tions in said oounty of Monroe, and you will then and there proceed to vote by ballot far Electors of President and Vice President Of the United States of America, for the State Of Ohio, as follows: -;?:! One Elector for the 1st Congressional District. it h . 2d " u . 3d urn 4th . ith t.i-' u 1 - 6 th . ii 7th 8th 9th 10 th 11th 12th 13th a ' it u ii it Uth " . " 15th " ' '"' a .... 16th "". ; . '. - 17th , ' '' " " " " 18th- ' i t ' l-iWiM :. ; - 19th; 1 '.-. '-V(r and two Electors for the State at large. ' The polls to be opened between the hours of 6 and 16 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, and closed at 6 o'clook in the afternoon of said day. -tit ;;iL.i;,.- Given under my hand, at my office in Woodsfield, this Slst day of September, 1868. JOSEPH MYERS, sep22td. Sheriff Monroe Con O. , Legal Notice. MARGARET BAKER and Jackson Baiter her husband; Polly Knowlton and AbneT Enowlton her husband, of the State of Indi ana; Lydia Morgan and Levi Morgan her una. band, of the State of Missouri; Sarah J. Drum, Rachel Drum, David Drum and Daniel Dram, of the State of Illinois; the unknown helra of Sally Enowlton; David Allen, Clark Allen and Jacob Allen, Hannah Cojlins, Eliza Edington and Smith Edington her husbandjwhose, placet of residence is unknown, will take notice that Jacob Drum did, on the 20th day of August, IScS, file his petition in the Court of Com. mon Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, against them; the prayer of which is that the will of Jacob Drum, Sen., be set up and established as the last wiU and testament of said Jacob Drum Sen-, and that that the said wiU be eom strued and that he be found the owner i fee simple of the lands devised to him as de scribed in said petition. That they are hereby required to answer- said petition on or before the 5th day of De cember, 1868, oi decree will ' be taken by de fault. ' ' - t 'iV, ..; . "AMOS & SPRIGGS, seplwS. - - Atty's for Jacob Dram. School Books! School Books!. w i B call the attention of those who have any of Wilson's Sohool Books on hand. that we will exchange McGuffey'a Books for them until the first ef November, as Wilson's i- i i , cooks are not a sea soy longer. . . v -.j aU kinds of 8ohool Books for sal er's prioea. . ;; ." ''." '.' . ' j We have i at publisher Woodsfield. Sen. 1. 1868.td.; . gages lor sal at tins omce.