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I V If, ,i!ii& 'fcMS ft,?,.. , r? ias ! DeihocracvcfthaUnitcd Stales' ' , ! lor ISosMl i. . The L'emocralic party, iu t.:oi:nt Con, venlion assembled, reposing itslnut iu the ii'h-Jligecco, patriotism and uitciiit-iu.v.iiig justice Vf .the people, Ktauiliuj; ;ou the CaliAtitutiop ,1s the fciuidulion and limititimi of rtia" powers of im fJoTerrwent in' ;naiat.tcft of the liberties of the cit;.'ii, and . leooguizlug tlie questions oi slaveiy ni.l sk cession as having'beea tettl.vl for all tiuiii to ouie br tlie war or the voluntary action td the Southern fc'Ut5 iu Constitutional Con-: veqtjoji ajseiiiMeJr auJ ee?er tolw renewed : or, rVji&Ud, dtf, Uh rttum if peace, ' demand . . . First The " immediate restoration of al ' the States to their rights in the Union under ' the Constitution, and of civil government ' of the Anieiican people. f econd Amue3tyfor all past political of fence tTFl T kaf&vtf fTkbjrj'h'ciive ! franchiSinTWe 3t!lTe3 bjr'ftieircitieris. j ThirdPayment of the debt of the United States as rapidly aS : iirtlcaW; all money draffn,fcojjajtvlie.jeople,lyA taxation, excej.; so ' Government, economically administered, be-! ' ing honestly applied tcLteuch payment, . and where the obligations of the Government do : no1 VDresslytat.e'npoi. Uiejf ,ace,. or tjw &t&il&ibft rAl lift' iiii lawi 1 iftvUe-tiiat thoy kU Aa paid Iu coin,. Uiey onchtiu right and in justice be paid iu the lawful motley of the United States. fThuu - drof :)laue.l . Fourt'o The equal taxation of everv - cies of property according to its real value, including govetxme'nt bonds aud other public securities. (Renewed cheering, aul cries of Read it again." ' Fifth j-Vue carreBej; for , the- goTetnmeul ; and the people, the laborer aud the cfSce-hol- j tttne pensioner anfl ins Soulier, tne pre. , daoei and the LondhJer""Gi-eat cheering, . and eriee of "Readit 'again;" : ' . ' ' ke fifth resolution Iras "agaiu ml aud again cheered, Sixth Economy in the administration of " the Government; the reduction ot the stand ing army and navy; 'the aboli'ion Of the VhuJm.n'a UnrASii .: Ktfoat rburftl ntu nil the poVtiwUnetrumeBUliiies designed to MCttwae'growipremacyjsimplincationofthe Fystenl 'ddtscontinuance of the inquisito - ,l,i.Mi.irY .mnknH .ntlertino. int.f. . nal revenue.-so.that ihe.rden of taxation may h4 eqnlized and tesseued; the - eredit of t4,rM.n uui'-wiaeiicv nad sood: lh reneal of all enactments, for, uroUu)e the State militia into national forces in time of peace, and ataTWforteVemreTipon foreign iports,tiiAueh eqaal Uxetioy uaUr Uiu ." ternCjj-eFentfij iawSa.iU.ffP'tJpld(itnl ' proteolion to. domstii mauufaetiutt aud as will without impairing th wveerj impose the least burdea upon and dp the.lst to pre mote and enoohrage the' great industrial in teresUiheceunir: EerenUw-iTb ratotW-tif abasaxinr the &3 . nAisirsifok-fceDutsfcw'cbf riref Wi , Iran 6fficfthe IthMniM' plw-ieiia offices, j thenEtorUol-ff WhtfMtftef!- and the in2epeootitBiMiWitivana Judi cial DeptlttnenWih iiee)on!eut, the isubordintu)ri,iof jtCffitftrj ttwthe- civil powerTM- thtf'ud'tieiwurpatioDS of C-n4iieefpnir Wfigptoji KighthBqn1iTViBltts audprotertlon for nal ' nralixed and nativUorn citizens at home, and abroad,. Ue assertion of American na- tionalAyr Wlifclfihalt Wihiiiaia jtM reppecl i.fwrgi.piwwu;, example -man IClllf tflUal Mi :uw- wMM..MkMvv : finite rights of natural tf zeM against UtolaWdotTiaMa Uway'flitis, allfgi - jifiSi nd J'JX$Wtem foreign power to MMaW thm Jo 'fimtfitiifaki- Ibmlnitted leiahitJfirtdiiiMMApylaua.3..- ' di9itfujiji tTsVniasurea" -ant reforins Wirilg 4h Radical party for ili-auregard of right and the unparalled'ppre8nd ' tyranny which have marked its career.. Af ter thempstj,. jinanimons pledge of both nonser'ortoBgTesi'W r(ectttahe war. xdsvtby. torjihe. njalnlenance of the Uov- . 'nHnnrit univ-vibaK, )iwiatinri.f.Vhe JJnlt$ Jjrfc'der; the CoBstitwttOB, It baa repeat edly"klatUiatnVaaVedre,dd wWshalone waA rallied that nobl -volunteer iyiwto;iBae4''bttrJg;ttf,:MIT7f-in- - , rteal of pfeserring the Untowti.-has, to far j 1 1 . ,.nov tr f nI1wn.- .if T.flW - MU1Upoiti8ftWJTaB4 BnbjeotedilLoine) tmisc uoi. at j.aw e SUles in tim r proiowia peace to mu-j -a.iu itaiy despotism, ft has"brtished the habeas N'O T A R Y PUBLIC, corpus and trial by jury; it has disregarded . ' inTimes of peacethe right of the people to ; Clannglon, Monroe County O he free from seareheiand seizures: it has en- J promptly and faithfully attend to tered the post and telegraph offices, and even V business entrusted to his care. Com UlpriTU roonij oTJfidivIduals rvzii promise and amicable adjustment always first fe'r Brivate-rapew and, letters without sought, and litigation used oi.ly as the last an BDeeificatlon or notice f affidavit as re- qwired by the law; it has converted the Amer ican capital into aBastile; it has established system of cpies and official espoiuage to which BO created monarchy of Europe would dara V refiort, Jt has abolished the right of j appeal en important constitutional questions tp uthe Enpreme judicial tribunal and threat ens to curtail or destroy Unoriginal juriadic tion, which is Irrevocable by the Constitution; while the learned Chief Justice has been sub jected to the most atrocious calumnies mere Ly because ho would not prostitute his high oifieeto the support oX the talse and partisan charges preferredagainst the President; its eovruptions and eUravagance have excelled anything known ia history, and by its frauds and monopolies It. has nearly doubled the burden of the debt cAated during the war; it lias stripped the President of his constitu tional power of appointment and by its as saults the. pillars of the Government sre rocking on the!r base and should it succeed lu.November next and inaugurate its 1 resi dent, we will meet as a subjugated and a conquered people amid the rains of liberty and the shattered fragments of the Consti tution; and we do declare and resolve that ever since the people of the United States threw.tJf til subjection to the British crowa, the privilege nd trust of suffrage have be loBged te the several States and have - been g rioted regulated and .controlled .exolusively i$ Vh political power of each State respect ively, and any attempt fcy. Congress, on any pretext whatever te deprive any Etaloof this righVottaUrfcw. wjth iHs eserctse is aflag raut usurpation of power, which can find no warrant in the Constitution, and if cot pre vented V ha P"P?e "will subvert our form of government, and, . can only end. in asingte centralized and consolidated government, in 'which the separ'ata fxlstwtf -of lhe! 8tates . will-be entirely absorbed aid "a despotism be eslfbJiBhedJajplace. a 'Federal Union of oeeqnal StaUn that we rejajtlie recbB,slruo jlioij (0-called of Congrere, aa tueh, as ,nwroUea liiRJoiiiVlittiional,TevolnUon- art and Tord that oulrr ioldiera and sailors '3 . o7 , . . mjist ver lk gtatefully remembered, and all the euarantees civ&i in their favor must be faithfully carried into execution; that the nnhlio lands Bhffttld; b. dUtributed widely ' .I,, .nnla H j.hr.n'.d be disDOSed maiuug ui. , -"l' " - . 'nt Mthrnder the r-emotion oi nome- iba4 Janda or sold in reasonable quanti ties; that the Presidentof the United t lates, Andrew Johnson, applause in exercising the power of his high office in resisting the aggressions of CcugteseM the. QoustituV'ou, 'teeUle4o.9gratu40?tneTrlloI,Amer" 'ican peoph and o thehajf of M Demo cratic party we tendor him our thanks for .his patriotic,; efforts. in that regard. Great wpplause. . ' .. . 'rnn this Dlatfers the Democratic party "appeal to every patriot, including all the conservative element awl all who desire to "support-the Constitution and restore ,the Union, forgetting all past differences Of opin ion.to u,wt.wit,h ua in the present great struggle for the liberties' of the people, and tuattff attschtoVy Jari? .yPnaT have heretofore belonged, we. extend the rigntland of fellowship, aud hail all such co operating with us as friends and bothers. '' Attachment Notice. F A, Lamping) Before Jolin "Smith," J.F!, of " ' 'against " Bethel Tp.,. M.nroo.oountv, Bums Vanwey. ) Ohio: On the 8th day of Sep ttmber, 18(W, siiiu Justice Lsucd an of dt-r of at lachrnent in the above action for f he! nuin of ii 30" Baid case is rt for trial the 1st duy.; ut Save mber, lrK, ar tv o ciocn iTHKi-eriaiTiOr dcmocuacv. " " i t . .... j ''M TERMS OP SCftSCRIPTION: ' ' ! Two di'libiii pet &uuaiu,ii:vhiiiiL'ly in advance ' ,T O B P 11 I N T I N O j I'xectiUd with Eeatuesa and dispatch at this I jilico, and &l reasonable prices. TERMS OF. ADVERTISING- ')::e so i ua 1 e three week. , One nuu-ire, three months . . . , 1 tlA .),, ... '6 l!fl ...10 00 .. ...13UM . .. 5 0 ... 8 00 . . .12 W .16 00 ...IS 00 ...15 0(1 ...2., 00 ...SO 00 Ono s.jnaie, nine months ....... iub scj-.are, twelve months... . . Two jTiarea three weeks ....... Two sfjuare.three month.-?. ..... Two square?, six months , IVo squatei.niiiy mouths Two f quart's, twelve months. One-fourth columnhree mon'.l3 ' " six mouths. " ' " nine months twelve mouths.... 35 00 One half co'omn, three mouths.. " six mouths. . . . ' " nice months. . . " " twelve months. One column, three months fix months.. . ...... uine months twelve months ..20 00 ..30 00s ..35 00 j . . 40 00 ' ..30 00 ..45 00 ..55 00 . 75 00 ("gJ'T welve liJes, or tet3, will be charged as one square. -i.. 1111 I .. .1 .i . . . i .. Ml 1 1 . .A ! , TO 8 L'T the hne.aud must be paid ,n advance oT i 1" . , ,, . , ! ua of .tUe appo.ntment of Ad- , l"5,tralor.s a"A xewlor f.0 ; tVT nacnmeni ixouces ami uoaa uou- 1 oes, two dollars and lilty cents, 2T dvance. -2?"Advertisiuj doue at published rates, ' and paynieut required iu advance, in all ; eases. TIN WAKE. CO ITER WAKK, Ibhct Ircii Ware, Stoves. &e. I Place of business at the old s'anJ. oppsite the . 1 Jail. WILLIAM ROSE, TTASjust received, and will sell treason 11 prices a first cbss stock of the ! enumerated above. Mr KoS9 m a cap- ital worAmau, and will manufacture for yon ! "7 we.s dired not found in his ahop. j a . a", 11 1 LTa .-an andlnll please yoa call before looking elsewhere. n. WILLIAM RODK. 1 apri3,'e7 Professional. Cards. i IPr, T, S I S C li A I TT A VINO resnmed the practice of Xl'-dicine, tenders LiS Profes-sional-cervices to the citiiens ot Woodsfield and vicinity. l;, Residence" one door North of Driggs' Store,. ... ;VBW1A7I lVALTOAl. 1)., Physician and Surgeon, . (Otlice on Main treei, W , 0 0 1)SF I E L D,. Oil IO lel'-iu, j. n. VIOKKIS. .1. B. M:ifis. .C. C MECnEM. Morris, Drigs & : Mechem, Xtfirrnrvi'inul ounstfllor ' at Law, , - uOODSFlELD,' OHIO.' ILL attend to the practice of i.aw in onroe and adjoining Counties. - cpe- cial aueuiion paia 10 me cunmuuu mi raum ful claima. r "Room formerly occupied by Amos & prigi;s Bloomer House corner. decl6inti. liin ilii I , " 6 . . ... . . -ii k. .1.. .11 . w .1-,, i. i. 0,'iMoa, ,'Ol !. ' -.. "'I . t'. 8FEI8GS, ic ,:" "..; j Pros. Attorney N"4r 8lIKIGSv NuUurj-Public Attorneys Aad Counsellors at. Law, nitd Licensed Claim Agents, WO'OTOFIKLDOIIIO. v , OFricE-tfp stairs in the old Bloomer Uouse . . .;. r v.- -:... . .. Aril SS, 18G5.:, i'-'c - .TACOIS t. 5iiti:n.i. resort. 3ct. 31, '60. Great The Rattle in Washington! Capitol in Ruins!! THE above is not true; but it is trne that 1 have bought W. W. Jordan's Tin Shop, and am now prepared' to furnish everything usually kept in a first class Tin Shop, from a Cooking Stove down to a Tiu Whistle. SPOUT'ING Ft t up on short notice and satisfaction guar anteed. Terms Casb y june23m6. W. M. ALEXANDER. MARBLE WORKS. NICHOLAS WAGOXIIEIM Is prepared to furnish MONUMENTS, TOMB STONES, Head-stones, and all articles usually mann factured in' first class Marble establishments, at the lowest cash prices. Persons desiring to purchase will find it to their interest to call. Place of business two doors South of Postofiice, Main street, Woods field, Ohio. ianUr. un.ion no USE, (Southeast of Public Square,) . SI3I0t:D0KB, : : : : Proprietor. HAVING recently, taken charge of this Rouse, the Proprietor has refitted and refurtished it throughout in a manner calcu lated to make it one of the most desirable stopping places in this part of the State. ' Guests will find the best accommodations at this House, and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. The Stables aje commodious, and the trav elers' horses receive the best attention. ' SPlT- ' fOn the corner Kast of Main Cross St.) Mmsterman, : : . Proprietor, . . J THIS HcmflebaR teen thorongLly renovated ... 1 it : .. auaiepaireu. x.aviug uper ur erything; wil( be. done. to. make the guests comfortable. The table Is always soppliei with the best themaiket airords. Good moms and clean bedsr travelers and regular guests. Good stables are attached to the House. Ev ery effort will be insde for the comfort of the patrons". Boarders taken by the day, week, month or year. ' ' seply. c. P. BEOWS. JOHN STEEL. BROWN & C O Dealers In Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Solid Silver & Plated Ware, So. 2 Washington Hal), Wheeling, West Va. gjf Watches Warranted. and Clocks Repaired and Bepl5nio. '' "rjlBlaiiV Deeds alnd Mort eases for sale at this office. . C . 21 JB & CJ . So. 112 Main sheet, Wheeling, West Va (Wendell's old stand,) , , , . ' UOLr.oAT.E AND KtTAIL DKALKRS IM CARPETS and FURNITURE, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, Mattresses of all kinds. Constantly on hand au assortment of F TJ B N I T TJ 1 E , Of the best maker3 of BoKton, New York, Philadelphia, and Cincinnati, also of Onr Gv.il iauulacl living. seploniG. T. SCOTT, SCOT T t II E N N K E N , Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu Watches, Cloeks and Jewelry, Watch & Clock Materials, Tools & Glasses, Sihvr Plated Ware, Fancy Hoods, tic, No, 101 Main Street, Wheeling, West Va., and No, SI Fifth Street, I'ittsburgbjPennsylvania. seplSmS. T . W . BOSLEY Manufacturer of COMMON & FANCY CANDIES and dealer in Fruits, Nuts, Arc, I Foreign No. 1 '.3 Market street, Wheeling, W." Va. Also Parlies and Weddincs furnished with Ice Croam,& Cake at the shortest notice. sepl5ui3. SAMTEL U'tLKI.LiK. CI1EETEB D. KSOX M c C L E L L A N- & KNOX, Wholesale Dealers lu oots and Shoes, No. C5 Main street, Wheeling, West. Va. sepl5m4. D. NICOLL & B R O . , , ; Retail Dealers in DRESS TRIMMINGS, Colored Trimming Ribbons; Hosiery & Gloves; Brushes and Baskets; Beltings; Head Nets; Fancy, and other styles. Fans; Cash's Coventry Cambric Fril ling: split.single and double ' ' Zephyrs; Children's . " ' ' ' , ' .' Gigs, and HOLI 3D -A. TGOODS, 109 Main St., between Monroe and Union, s ' WHEELING, W. VA. sepl5m5.' 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MERCHANT TAILORS! Corner Monroe and Wotcr Street WJ1EELIXG, WEST VA., WOULD respectfully invite the attention of their patrons and the public gene rally to their LARGE AND VARIED assortment oT Foreign and Domestic CXOTIIS. VESTING S, and now being received, and which will be sold at The Lowest Remunerative Figures. 6 A tpkndid Attortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING! Equal to. Custom Work, CONSTANTLY Oft HAND. sepl5m6.'"" , D RUG STORE. DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. BRUSHES, DYE STUFF, 'AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines, (IAN always be found at J. T. JDDK1NS J Drug Store, at the lowest cash prices PURE WJXES" AXD LIQUORS I7or Medicinal Pnrpoaes.may always be found ) at J. T. JUDKINS'. PAINTS, 0 P a'l colors, and in every form, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drug Store. LINSEED OIL, T)Y the Barrel or gallon, at lowest market D rates, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drug Store. TEE BEST COAL OIL TN t 1 Ne the market also, Lard Oil, Pish Oil, eat'i loot Oil, &c, &c can be had at J. T. JUDKINS' at the lowest cash prices PURE WHITE LEAD, op,: B. Pahnesteck's 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 prices. PERFUMERY. SOAP, SPICES, TOBACCO, 6NCFP AND CIGARS, AND a variety of other articles belonging to the Druggist's trade, all of which will bo sold as low as they can be afforded. PUYS1C1ANS PRESCRIPTIONS CABEFULtX Pbbpaked at all hours of the day and night -'. J. T. JUDKINS. sepSr., , , ST A -ffl 31 no USE. LIEHKY STAMM, : : : : : Proprietor. . Water street, bet. Monroe and Quincy, WHEELING, WEST VA THIS House has been recently rebuilt and furnished throughout, and the proprie tor will spare no pains to make his guests comfortable. Bistable will be supplied with the best the market affords. sepl5m6. M . R E I L L Y , WHOLESALE GKROCEIl,, and Dealer in Foreign & Domestio WINES and LIQUORS, Xos. 55 f; 57 Main st., Wheeling, W. Va. Flour, Bacon, Lard, Oils, Nails, Glass, &c. Sole Agent for the Hazard and Dupont Powder Mills. Also Patent safety Fuse. sepl5m6. LIST MORRISON & CO., WHOLESALE OR'OC'KfrSf, and Dealers in FLOUR, BACON, LARD, &c. Comer Main and Quincy streets, '. Wheeling, IP, Va. seplSnrf. .. I 3 "O Pa t? 10 r-1 I 2. a ; ' 1. 1 M D ra a a c o a s a r a m o 1 M 0 J 73 1) K i. A J X US. IB fc?J css - O m W nicached o jj 73 O o a CS o o o 1 B S C3 . D a o r. J3 o -3 O B 5. c rjj 1 . B 0 a J -3 O a 2 O c C. 0 r o i - 6". o h. S C3 T3 O '3 O . WO re '3 -1 S s 5 ps-s- CO . 0 a 2, ,-,-a 2 SO - c S : o U? 05 CD rt H Brouu Muslins. O 1 1 a o 2 g 5" 5' o - a. a t c ie m- 0 0 o . l- CO T3 tC Pf W CJ O ,. O w o 3 0 - C3 p C a ! o D 05 TWEEDS . a S3 CO c . u Bo I) IT IO 00 rn k . 0? - c g 3 o i .re 5 " W r ' C5 1-3 o in CO Cotton Yarns, c, tc id B I I o td r1 o Pi . s & a o O 0 -1 a 2 3 3 CO CO p . B ;H fa a. w. fbakzMeim. .c. a. a Acs. O. W.. FRANZHEI3I & CO., IMPORTERS Brandies, Wines, Gin, &c, and Dealers iu Choice Whiskies & Catawk Wines, No. 157 Market street, Wheeling, W. Va. sepl5m9. A. W. lMULL & CO., Dealers in .No, 10G Main. Street, WHEELING, W. VA. Eepl5ni6. GEORGE ROBERTS Manufacturer and Dealer in Window Blinds, SASII,DOORS, PICTURE FRAMES, m TAINTS, OILS, GLASS, SC., 83 Main iitreet, Wheeling, West Virginia. "Painting and Glazing promptly atten ded to. Bepl5in3. Boots and 8hocs AT REDUCED PRICES I CHARLES LOBENSTE IN, Manufacturer and Dealer in BOOTS and SHOES, Clarlngton, Ohio, Keeps constantly on hand & large supply of custom made ... BOOTS. AN SHOES, .' . if 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 ' EASTERN WORK of the same wear, either at Wholesale or Retail, will be sold at the lowest Cash Price. mch31m6. CHARLES LOBENSTEIN. ,. H. POBTER Sc CO., Wholesale Dealers in Boots '& Shoes, No, 3 8 Main street. (II. K. List's New Building,) sep2om6. ' "Wheeling, West Va. J3sSg3All kinds of Produce ta ken in oxchange for this paper - Business Card.s. (Two doors ronn 01 ivoenier s store, ; WOODSFIELD, OHIO. I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS ot work in my line. MK.vnisfl, Clean ing, &c. I Thankful for past favars, I Folioit aeon tin-j wed j ! uance of the putronaco heretofore bestowed on me. 8vpSir6 G . II . TILLMAN UKAl.tR !!! W A TtHES. Ia O C li S , Jewelry, Notionp, Silver Plated nnd Ger man Silver Spoons; Bpectosles of all kinds, j p and suitable to an ages. Watches, Clods and Repaired, and Jewelry Carefully Warranted. Charges and prices moderate, door North of Diehi's Btore. Room one Beplly. iSISAT.SVIL.I,E HOUSE. (East side of Main street.) GRA YS VI LLE, OHIO. Job Stackuouse... Proprietor. HAVING recently taken charge of this Ilonse, the proprietor has refitted aud 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. aug'25v. ar ati o x a I4 11011: i, , Main Street, Earnrhvillc, Ohio. It. V.. Frasirr, : : : : : Proprietor. GUESTS will find the best accommodation at this llouse.and no pains will be tawed to make them comfortable. Hacks leave the Hotel every morning for Woodsfield. Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times, sep24r. WOOISFIEIJ & ItARXESTILtE ID-ILT HACK TjTKTEI. The subscriber is now running a daily line ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Will leave Woodsfield daily at 8 o'clock, arriving at Barnesviile in time to connect with the Eastern and Western trains on the Central O. R. R. Leave Barnesville daily at 7 o'clock arriving at Woodsfield at 3 o'clock P. M. Particular attention will be given to passengers and all bus ines3 entrusted to my care. The proprieto r also has a livery stable, and wiU furnifch Horses, Buggies, Carriages, &c, at all hours, with or without dri vers. Bep Ut T. K. DAVIS, Proprietor. H. P. HAGER. . , .G. . NICHOLS. IIAGER & NICHOLS, : MANUFACTURES OP Y FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLE MONUMENTS Tombs, Head-Stones, &ct): ON NEW AND ELBGANT- DESIGNS AND OF SUPEBIOB WOEKMAKSHIP AKD FINISH. .. (Tenons wishing to purchase will find it to their interest to give us a call before going ilsewhere. fisTMARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN BARNESVILLE, OHIO June 19 1861. OHO CJ E It IT ' AND PROVISION STORE! P . SCHUMACHER Woodsfield, Ohio, -:o: SCHUMACHEE TTTOULD inform the citizens of Woodsfield YV and vicinity that he has on hand a large stock of 111 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 Cuus, Fruit Jars, Rice, Hominy, Soaps.Concen centrated Lye. Baking soda, saleratus; Memorandum, BlaDk Toy & School Books, Letter or Foolscap Paper 8 eld by the ream at Wheeling prices. Lamps and brushes of all descriptions. Candies and Confectioneries of all kinds kept 'constantly on hand. Tubs, Buckets, half bushel measures, Brooms, Washboards, Hoes, Forks, shovels, and axes. Iu fact, 1 keep everything usually kept in a First Class Grocery Store. &2Dont forget cher's New Building, seplly. the place. Schuma- P. SCHUMACHER. C. C. VASCB. J. F. DAVIS. F. DAVIS & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IX 6ro'bribs; Flour & Confectioneries, : ' . , BARNESVILLE . OHIO. ' v sepl5m6. ' ' '. r: . - .. .- W. B. B1MPS0S. tJ, E. WILSON. SIMPSON & ;W I LS ON ' Wholesale Dealers in BEY -mB Notions and Fancy Goods. No. 73 Main street, Wheeling, West Taj (List, Morrison and Co.'s old stand.) 8epl5m6. . , YjEEsJok work of -fill kinds executed with neatness and iispatch. Give us a call. MOKKOE : MUTUAL UISUBAMCE -COMPEl! , , . ,.,w,0 O D S F I E S3 2EJ '' nflir.rt'r'AA' A ;b..iv Tk'.'.Llv.-' hr't'r u '' VJ1U llt'Ul,. OUULJl Ul J7U11 S U-ULtil. it vJ This Company has eov.. a capital, 5n PrcinfiiM iTotea, scctfedby first lieA ba Ileal Estate, of . ; . ,'-,. . .5 t- ...1 ... sa 00,000! . and conducts its business on the most approved First-Class, Detached property, Faim funding., ting it safer than those insuring Af ills, Factories, Wooden Rows, and other property' Of similar hazaid. It is the chief aim of the Directors to do a safe, rather than a large busir' ' 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 tbun, will nispe the Company permanent and safe to ? its policy holders, and at cheaper rates than any other Company in the State. I) I U i: II. B. Hill; W. T. Harlan. KoEnLEit, Isaac Welsh, J. T. Jcpklns, John 51. Rownd .. Wm. OFFICERS: II. B. IIir.L, Prenidetil. F. KoEni.ER, Treasurer: jJW. Holustbk, Traveling Agent. WEST VIRGINIA LANDS F O IS S AL E . I HAVE for sale on commission some 5,000 acres of improved lands, embracing seve ral fine farms in Tyler Conaty, West Va. Said farms are iu 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 oflice will be at Middlebourne, Tyler Connty, West Virginia, at which place I may be generally found. I will go with any person desiring to Bee my lands and show them. Any persons of Monroe County, Ohio, desir ing to purchase any of the above lands, or wishing to know where I can be found, at any time, will receive aU required information by calling upon the Hon. James R. Morris, at Woodsfield, Ohio. G. MAG RUDER, Middlebourne, Wkst Va., ) March 6, 1868. f Hoi?, J. R. Morris Dear Sir: This will be handed to you by Mr. G. Magruder, who has the. agency of several fine tracts of land in this county, which lands he proposes to sell. I know Mr. Magruder, and know that he has taken a great deal of pains to take no lands for sale but 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 lauds. Respeotfully, : J.EDGAR B0YERS, Attorney at Law. KlDDLBBODBSK, TtLKB CoUNTT, 1 March 7, 1868. J ' This is to certify athat J. Bdgar Boyers is a practicing Attorney of my Courts, and is a gentleman of integrity, and'one in whom im plicit confidence can be placed. ' C. J..STDART, Judge of the 4th Judicial Cirouit of West Virginia. Woodsfibid, OHto, 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 Baying that any representations he may make relative to the lands offered for sale by Mr. G. Magruder. may he implioitly relied upon. JAS. R. MORRiS. ju!y4m3.. . :. ;,lf Teacher's Notice. fPHE Board of Examiners will" held meet- I ings tor examination of Teachers, at Woodsfield, Ohio, as follows: Saturday, September 5, 1868. a 19, " October 3, 17, " , 31. - " November l'4, : , 28, , . December 12, ' 26, a ct 11 u u a ii Examination to commence at 8 o'clock. By order of the Board. JAS. O.- AMOS, Clerk, sepltd. , . Legal Notice. NELSON H. BURKHBAD 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, dee'd, and to quiet his title to the southwest quarter of section twenty in township five of range Rve, in said county. Said defendants are notified that said case will be for hearing at the December session osaid Court, 186 8 augllw6. NELSON B. BUEKHEAD, plt'ff. Legal Notice. JACOB MEYEBof Wood county, West Va., will take notice that John Meyer, on the 10th day of June, A- D. 1868, 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 hi3 title to the following described land to, wit: The southwest quarter of Beo tion thirty township three and range three. The said Jacob Meyer is hereby required to appear and answer to said petition on the 29 th dsy of August, 1868. JOHN MEYER, june30w6 -by Amos& Spriggs, Att'ys ; Notice to Contractors. Auditor's Officb, MosBORCoorTT, Oato, 1 Woodsfield, September 9, 1868 SEALED proposals will be received at this oflice till the 20th day of October, 1868, for an Iron Railing to surround the Court House. The panels to be 3 feet high, 7 to 8 feet long, posts 3 feet 10 inches from shoul der, posts to correspond, tenon to be 6 incb long. The whole will require about 750 fee 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 In au ornamental style to correspond. Proposals will be received for both Cast and Wrought Iron panels. Posts to be cast iron in both. Designs to acconipany' proposals. Bids will be received at the same time for stone for the -above fence. ; One. hundred stones will be required, 3 feet long and two feet Bquare, the top to be neatly dressed, and five inches round the edges, and beveled on the top. . , . .."'". Byorderof the Commissioners. Ji - ' " hi , SAM'L GRIMSHAW, Auditor.., Divorce Notice. Rosana Clark 1 T17ILLIAM CLARK' will vs. W. take notice that cn William Clark, j the 21st day of Augu8t,lS68 Rosana Clark filed in the Court of Cnmon Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, her petition for Divoree,. wherein the said William Clark is charged with adultery, tha said case will be for trial at the December term 0! Court, 1868, and said William Clark is notified to answer the same. , Aug2Sw6. ROSANA CLARK. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed was, en the 13th day of August, 1S68. appointed Administrator of the- estate of Catharine Conner, dee'd.-. sep8w3. . II. B. HILL, L - D :.0 II I O I I HT: S and economical plan, tafring Piivate Dwellings, and their risks only in Contents, ma. - TORS R. C. Miles, C. C. Nezor, Peter Dieul, Okey. Chris. Warnickb; I. C. Kotzebok,'" j G. Ill Davenport J. T.Judkins. Secret June 14, 1865, - ' , ... 1 WANTED Teachers, Stddbrts, and y other intelligent Men and Women, in a V business paying $100 to $200 per month, ao ' cording to ability. For particulars, afdresa ' ZEIGLER,r McCURDY & CO., . -.514 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa, ' febl8,1868. " Probate Notice. . ; ; IN consequence of the burning of the entire records and papers of the probate office.on -the 13th of June last, it becomes necessary for ; Executors, Administrators and Guardians, who have not made final settlement with' the' Court, to renew their bonds. Thoseinowing , themselves interested in -: the matter, '. will please give it their immediate attention with out further notice, W. T. SINCLAIR, , ; aug20tf. "FroVale Judge. Proclamation. NOTICE ia hereby given to the qualified Vol' ters of Monroe County, Ohio, that a gen eral election will be held, as required by law, on the second Tuesday, being the ; ' ' ' ;s 13th day of October. A.D.,1S6S, : ' at the several places of holding elections til said county of Monroe, and you wiU thenand v there proceed to vote by ballot for " . ; - . One Secretary of State for the State of Ohio; One Supreme Judge for the State of Ohio; -t v One Member of the Board of Publio Work . for the State of Ohio; . : , , t - One School Commissioner for the State of Ohio; " , - One Clerk of the Supreme Court for thi " State of Ohio; One Representative in Congress for the 15th District of Ohio; ' ? i .--r.-.T One Auditor for the County of Monroe; 1 .; . i w One Commissioner for the connty of Monroe;. -One Infirmary Director for the county of Mon . roe; and - . .- ', One Surveyor for the county of Monroe. ". '' ' The Trustees of the several Townships of Bald 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 tlie Court . of Common Pleas.together with the poll-book,, within two days after the said second Tues day in October, 1868:'- ';! " . " " 4 - Adams Benton Salem..... .8 Seneca. .......... .6 Summit. ...... ...,S 4 Bethel,......., ..4 .11 : 7 .7 . 4 Center. . Franklin SunsburyA. .,.. Green. ......... Jackson.....;.. WMkingtoa,,....'.a Wayne.. 5 Malaga. , 7 Ohio. 9 Perry S" TOU1...........108 The polls to be open between the hours of 6 and 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, and closed at 7 o'clock in the sftftrnoon Of ' said day. .-'.' ' .' . Given under my hand; at my oflloein -Woodsffeld, this 22d day of August, A. D: 1868, and of the 66th year of the State.- , .' : JOSEPH MYERS, . Sheriff Monroe County, Ohio. aug25td. . . . . . Proclamation. : 1 NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified electors of the county of Monroe, State' of Ohio, that a general Election wiU be held, as required by law, on the Tuesday next af ter the first Monday in November In this year; being the ' - - -i: : - Third Lag of November, 1808, . at the several places of holding general elec tions in said county of Monroe, and you will then and there proceed to vote by ballot for t Electors of President and Vice President of v ' the United States of America, for the State of Ohio, as follows: . , . One Elector Tor the 1st Congressional District; 2d 3d 4th . 6 th 6th 7th 8th . 9th 10th llth 12th 13th 4th 15th l6th 17th 18th 19th H tt if a u M H a - H ' u a u --ii " it u ti ine pons to De opened between the hours of 6 and 16 o'clock in the forenoon of said: day, and closed at 6 o'olook in the afternoon of said day. - . j Given under my hand, at my office in Woodsfield, this 2ist day of September, 1868. " JOSEPH MYBRS, -1 Bep22td. Sheriff Monroe Cp O. v , . i Legal Notice, i- .' j MARGARET BAKER and Jackson Baker her -husband; Polly Knowlton and Abner Knowlton" her husband, of the State of In'dT ana; Lydia Morgan and Levi Morgan her hue. band, of the State Of Missouri; Sarah J. Drum, -Rachel Drum, David Drum and Daniel Drum, of the State of Illinois;, the unknown heirs of Sally Knowlton; David Allen'. Clark Allen and' Jacob Allen, Hannah Collins-, Eltz Bdington' and Smith Edington her husband,who8e placer of residence is unknown, will take notice that -Jacob Drum did, on the 20tb day of August, lBGo, tile his petition in the Court of .Com mon Pleas-of Monroe county, Ohio, against them; the prayer of which ia that the will of Jacob Drum, Sen, be set up aud established1 as the last will and testament of laid Jacob1 Drum Sen-, and that that the said will be oon- Btrned and that he be fonnd the owner In fees- simple of the lands devised to him as de scribed in said petition.' ' v ; '. t ' That they are hereby required to answer" said petition on or befote the 5th day of De cember, 1868, or decree will be taken by de fault. - - ..-- , v-i v. i AMOS & SPRIGGS? sepfw6, - . , . Atty'ifor Jacob Dtoin, , School BooksLVSchdolptsJ 't E call the attention of those who have1 VV any of Wilson's School Books on bandv that we will exchange MoGuffey'a Booka for' . them until the first ot November, as Wilson's Books are not used any longer.-, i ;- - . We have all kinds of 8ohooS Books for Bats' at publisher's prioes. , ..i- ;. -t - - F. & N. K0EHLIR. Woodsfield, Sep. 1, lS68.tdT , . , ' j i- ' I" ! i : ': "i J , m If) ; 1 i 4 4 ?i -I 1 "j 9 i fpWwa.. V, A LAMPING.