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THESPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY- Tuesday, Jqnuaiy !, 1SM. - A I.aigeHitchrii. 1't.-' i-1.1V 1 '.. .1 xin- f Mauiisumcnt on 1 10 nvrr Urn: li-i . A 4i ' '"J ' f' Amcica lor the rnanutacture of, Lael.ig 8 extract of mml, it, i stated, lias i the largest kitchen in Hk world. The. lmildin covers an acre of 2,(MM sqvuur i feet, or nearly halt nn acic. In one hull .there are four meat Yutti;rs winch can dispose of 200 bullocks c.ich i cr'hour. There are twelve diresters, in which the meat is boiled by steam. Tlicv can hold Altogether 14-1,000 pounds uf Hr. About eighty oxen er hour are actually slauuh tered for this immense manufactory" of ! meat extract. ! ITashlngioii Stints. Ti . t ii : , i in-louowinjf iiio some ot uic mure important rings that nrr now maniiiula- tmg Congress tor special fayors and for i the enactment of Laws for legalizing pulv! lie. plunder: ' 1 he Treasury ring. The wisky ring. ""' The steamship subsidy ring? The telegraph monopoly ring. The land grab ring. , TJie protective tarilf ring. , . ,Tho Indian, itgenti' ring. BS5A party of Arizonians, in a recent j hunt for Indians, came upon a camn so i om.mi.-uij umL iiit'V. iiau lime to i::se llOlil- j ing with them. In this camp was found I ' the body ol an .American that was yeti ..ZHilCOJlMO & FANCY CANDIES v walk barefoot over rocks, hnd hi body! - - -was one solid blister, lie had evidently! and dealer in been driven naked for some fifteen days ; ' T " nndcr a broiling sun. From the descri'p- i Foreign I lTiitS, llts, S:C., tibii given," no doubt -exists here that j this was the body of Charles lladscll, a j No. 146 Market Btreet, Wheeling, W. Va. laaU xrjy,-Kbsq relatiyeslive in Illin-j - ois. lie had wen captured by the say- Also Parties and Weddings furnished with , tto-na flflPfm dnvs bofme C'nl Crtmu: ! Ice Cream & Cake at the shortest notice. Rsr"ine iew loiK lioaru ot r,xcise ! r has followed t-he lead of the World, in having made a careful chemical analysis of the lienors sold in that' city ns "Bour lKn whiskj', and the result is published for the benefit of whom it may concern.' . ; Out of thirty eight specimens subjected, to test, only two were found pure. The ' , ingredients of which most of this "fine ... old whisky'' is composed are as follows : Pi i cil nl TniH lnmn nil orrerm ti'i lirno sic acid, winter-green and strychnine. ! The commodities sold as brandy and gin were found to be made up of compounds - equally rile. SThe New York Times says editor ially : Great Britain has forced down (ha Ttiwk fT Trhnftf m T..no-loiiil Irk o fiimrn below what will remunerate our farm-; G rrs, and still pursuing this object, enters "upon the winter with a 6tock of food bc . low what is usual or safe for so large a "popidation. She is now living from hand to mouth. .Our whole surplus of r i !,i i : i v i. -- u.4- : JOOU Will VK rcquiruu vy tuonu oiuwa m l Europe wmcn 1 were smierers irom drouth." , -i ni , JtSr"Wendcll Phillips indulges in this happy reflection in commendation of the v action of his party. "In all the lying of which Radicals have been guilty In tins campaign, not 1 one, of them has dared to venture upon the enormous falsehood of asserting that Grant is fit for the Presidency. And what is worse, at the end of his Term, everybody will join in the expres ' sion that he is eminently unfit for the . place. f .,,,; , - j..vt . ,..- t ' Radical Swindling. The Government-has been swindled to the tune of 8150,000 by the "princi pal officers 'of the Frcedmen's Bureau,", through the use of a new kind of brick ' 1. . I" 1 I! . -J J.. il.- ..... mnup ot km nil Hiift niiif i ur Lilt c'OHM.i na tion of the Howard University at Washington.- -The building Intended for the Medical Department came flown with a crash.on the afternoon of the '21st, iuul the, walls " of the main building are -r;e.racked from top to bottom, and ' it is considered unsafe. - - '.A committee of the Ohio Legislature ' is now in Athens investigating an nt- 'tempted frand of a similar kind, by con tractors on the new Lunatic Asylum in ,Uiat place. Oh io Statesman. u- ' , ' Immediate Resumption of Specie . . Payment. "We are for immediate resumption of specie payments by every financier or 1hilosopher who believes that the time las come for immediate resumption, and accordingly call upon Oreeley anil an others who clamor for it to carry out their theory in practice. Let the Tribune cm- 'liloyes demand their wages in coin im- i. mediately, and lfct all who want instantf l i r .. u .. . 4.1. rcsunipuon pay goiu 101 wuat uivv iidl, or to those having any claims upon them. That is the way to bring about immedi ate specie payments, and would test the - honesty of the raving advocates of this theory. JV. Y. Herald. r ..State Stocks vkdSeclcitiks. It is a curious fact that while the securities of many of the Staten, including even those of the lately reconstructed Southern fctatesvhave been improving in price in "the stock market cceiitly, , government ; bonds havehown a decline and a weak " vf the Congressional wiseacres who are tinkering with the national credit should teach them a lesson. It is a sign that K the people Have more faith in the wis of their local Legislatures than in the financial sagacity of the national . Congress. . . f. - London, January 4. In view of Pres- - Went Johnson's amnesty proclamation til December 2a, Jeff Davis, John bndell, Jas. M. Mason, A. Dudley Mann, and "'other ex-rebels are preparing to return 7 to the United States. The- yress of wjODUoa jjeueiaiiv approves ti uic ..Vceaty hetwecn China and Kngland, re cently .concluded by, Lord Clarendon and Minister Burhngame. i . ' London, January i. A writer in the ..Times discusses the present situation of , France. He says that the year ends with the most precarious peace the world ever siw, pronounces M. Soulier a mure niaire du palais, notices the x ; growth of Democratic sentiment in Franw, and declares that the Emperor must either check the press or abandon jicrsonal government. Quite recently an Iowa hog merchant bought stock on- the strength of a des patch from Chicago, which crronuously i'jrave tlie price of dressed hogs as the - -price of live hogs. He lost money, .'-iiirrfl thn tlfm-;ii!i coiiloaiiv. and li:is ' t , . n ..r i... . . . f i 1 . "recovered the amount.' Kochcfort estimates the income of the F.uiperor, Empress and Prince .Imperial atlilly niiiliou francs a year, and says that the "Imperialist ring,'' headed by . Uouhcr' and ' Ilaussmann, steals every ; . year a much larger sum than that pock Jelqit by the Imperial' families.,, - ',- At a recent sermon at the lawrnacle in Salt Lake City, Brigharu Young threat Teried to" cut the1 Hsters oft" from the "' 'riniJi liatr rl'tfl- n"vT miti TiTinnr" it !() i -uuivu u -J yi vi' tnjii itnii mc uchhics-v , . Slierift Sal John Connor Vs. Sylvanus Couuor and others. T)Y virtue of an order of sale to me directed frcm tlieCeurt of Common neas of Mon. roe COunty, Ohio,. I will oiler for sale at the from Hr nf iv r.nnrt un.. in h town of Woodsfield, between the hours of 16 o'clock a. m. and 4 o clock p. m., on ! ; Monday, the loth day of February, 1SG0, ; . the following described real estate situate in j ! Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: The soutbvest . .quarter of the northwest quarter of sect. "u i three township five and lainre six. Apprau I ed at $800 JOSEPH MYERS, jau5w5 Sheriff M. 0 0. ; J. T. SCOTT, W. H. UkNKBUES. I S C O T T & 11 ENNEGEN Wholesale and Retail Dealers in WalcllCS, Clocks and Jewell')', Watch & Clock Materials, Tools & Glasses, Silver Plated Ware. Fancy Goods, f-c, No, 104 Main Street, Wheeling, West Va., and ! No, SI Fifth Street, Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania. sep!5m5. w . li o s l u y Manufacturer of eeplSmJ. amcei M'CLELIAN. CUEfTKB . KKOX McCLELLAN & KNOX, Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoe: No. 65 Main street, - Wheeling, West. W sepl5m4. D. NICOLL & BllO, Eetail Dealers in ' 1) li fa b o 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 HOLIDAY GOODS, 109 Main St., between Monroe and Union, WHEELING, W. VA. sepl5m6. A '.gnigd8 : "eeoud isJBtn eooS ioj eSucqoia ni uajjA'i noiduaGp ijaid jo -. i . - ... 3 o n a o a d uiHfloo rc eswid 0) pnmraiaiRp eareji VjqB?;n Saisvqoand ojojaq vo v sa bai3 pus 'Hiu -pnff is!u0N V 8aof ;83T!id eq iqraniey 'OV)om jno si pesvq und et noos sc epooS jo; a y i a a v :i li :i ii Jt . 'Hjvui sjq; ni pvq eq ura uq) i 's h i u a o o n o i issduaqn pna ;ssq eq; q;iM niaqi )i:Himmo.-i.)ii 8A 'fjemosn.t 1U0 JO BpuCUiap BUOIJ'BAflq) ?iiu 0 J9pio U '0.lUAVSSt?I) Sll00U()'A.I00O.l) jOuopaaias e)aidutoo pnt png ois joj OAtq om Bpoor) Ln ;o ao;s esuemuii juo qim nonaunoo nj i 'semi) luasaad eqt litis n- ivqi saoiad t 'sasm puc sajpc pn Xoq po uata jo; jcuai'Bui isoq oqi jo 'SH3IIY0 gky saons 'siooa jo ;niuiJOBs-B esuHunui an o.iv S80ud 1S3A10 B 'e&x pus uaai Jj eiqmius 'ScIVO ANY SiLVII .. io juaraviosM! ona ivs jo; pas pauq uo nuvljaui A I saoud psonpoi flM o pmimiiap oa ai qiqii'joioo pn aptqs Xiwao ;o ,o) 'saunqa 'emqSnjo 'biujjj ineajoqa aqj Sinjasaquig ' ; . jo inauj)Jos -p esuamuit nv Smovjqtne 't-pooy jaini pu nj juo paAiaoai siif ajq om 'j&ICJ9uiS oiiqad eqi pn 'noi siqi jo guaz iVfl eqi suiuuo;u ;o poqaui siq) aqi:) a m ii iiiira II N i 1 I a rI I V J; s H3IMIAI S TlYiT io 51 0 0 ii S MSN H K N I :UIA 3II10A hi AMKV Notice. Iff T step-son, George Stranb, having left my X home for parts onknBwn, I hereby warn all persons not to credit Lim. on my account as I will pay no debt of his contracting. . OOTLEJB MYKRP. Dfteinbcr 15. f6tyr;l. 3 AS SUPERIOR FRESH OiSlERS, I WOULD respectfully inform the public' that 1 am prepared to supply customers ' with F 11 E S II O Y STI3 11 H ! i by the can or half can. Festivals and Parties furnished at lowest cash price. I also keep an BATING SALOON! Here Oysters, Tigs Feet and Tripe -will be 1 rved up at lowest priues. ; Two doors South Big Lantern. iiovl7m3. of the Postnffice. Sign: J. M. BAKER. TO CALL AT & lioi lis M.irs S T 0 R Yi ! Comer opposite Court House, i where you will find the Best, Cheapest, and Jnioat complete assortment of GROCERIES, snch as Su Coffee, Tea Spices, Molasses, Candles, Coal Oil, Mackerel, Cider Yinegar, Tobacco Segars. Also, a complete assortment of and I DRY GOODS i Culicocs, i Delaines, Muslins, j .Bleached and Unbleached, Cotton Batting, Gentlemen's, Ladies' and Children's Stockings and Socks, a fino assortment of BOOTS VINTID SHOES, Hoop SkirU, Balmorals, . and Notions of all kinds, Sewing Thread, Needles, Buttons, Gloves, in fact everything in the DRY GOODS LINE, to make our patrons happy and comfortable, as Cheap, and cheapo- than the Cheapest! tsJTPlease give us yourselves. a call and examine for The Highest Market Price paid in Til APE Oil IN CASH for all kiuds of Produce; so don't iorgtst the place: 0 P P 0"S I T K C01IEI HOUSE, F. & N. KOEIILER. novlTniG. WANTED Tkacheks, Stooekts, and other intelligent Men and Women, in a business paying $100 to $200 per mouth, ac cording to ability. For articnlars, address ZEIGLER, McCURDY&CO., 514 Arch stieet, Philadelphia, Pa, febl8,18tiS.J Adni'rs Sale ot lieal Estate. BY virtue of an order issued from the Pro bate Court of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, on Friday, the 5lh day of February, 1SC0, on the premises, the following described real estate, to wit: The northwest quarter of the uortheast quarter of setion thirty-six 3tiJ township three 3 and raqge four 4, con taining thirty. nine 39 acres more or lei's. Terms One-half in hand and the remain der in one year, with approved security. THOMAS MoMAliOX, j!iii5w5. Adiu'r of Wm. Noi-ris Master Commissioner's Sale. John Moose vs. John Sloan & al. BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will oner for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Court House in Woodslield, in said county, on Monday, the loth day of iebruary, 1SC9, at one o'clock P. M., the following described real estate situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: The west half of the southeast quarter of section eleven township three and range five, containing eighty acres more or less; also the north half of the northwest- quarter of the northeast quarter of sectiou ten in township three of range five containing twenty acres more or less. Appraised at $1 ,6 1 7. J. P. SPKIGGS, jan5w5. Mas. Com. M. C. 0. Sliciilt" Sale. James W. Cox vs. , -Catharine Cox and others. Y virtue of an order of sale to me direct ed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will Oder for sale at the front door of the Court House in the town of Woodslield, on Monday, Uuslfuh day of February, 1SG9, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. iu. and 4 o'clock p. m., the following described real es tate situate in Baid county of Monroe, to wit: The southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section ten township live range five, containing forty acres. Also, the north half of the, southwest quarter of section six teen' township five )&dge five, containing iglity acres more or less, in all one hundred and twenty acres. The first tract appraised at $600; the second tract at $2,240. JOSEPH MYERS, Jiti5w5. . PhotilT M. C. 0. i ! DON'T FORGET r. FALL. lSGS.j l THOS. HUGHES Ss CO- MERCEAXT TAILORS 35, Comet' Jfonroc and Water Street, WHEELING, WEST VA., WOULD respectfully invite the attention j r n.lrAiia anil flirt lllllllift 011A. J J VI moil .Mv.vu4 . - i a - rally to their ! L A R G K A N U V A B 1 1J D assortment of i F o roign and Dora t i c ! CLOTHS. CASSIMERES, YKSTINGS, aud now e'nS received, and which will be sold at The Lowest Remunerative Fiinircs $&rA .nV)ii7Z Assortment of READY-M A D E CLOTHING! Equal ,to Custom Work, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. sepl5mC. 1) 11 U tr STORE. DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VA11NISI1ES. BllUSIIES, DYE STUFF. !AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines, (IAN always be found at J. T. JUDK1NS' J Drug Store, at the lowest cash prices PURE WIXES AXD LIQUORS I lor Medicinal Purpo5es,may always be found at J. T. JUDKINS'. PAINTS, OF a'l colors, and in every form, al J. T. JUDKINS' Drug Stoie. L1XSEED OIL, B Y the Barrel or caEon, at lowe.st market rates, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drug Store. THE BEST COAL OIL TN t 1 Ne the market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil, eat' Foot Oil, &c, &c, can he had at J. T. JUDKINS' at the lowest cash prices PURE WHITE LEAD, OF B. Fahnestock's brand, which is so just ly celebrated for its pmity, whiteness and durability, is just received by J.T. JUD. KINS! and will be sold at the lowest cash fricks. 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 Cabefullv Pbei'Ackd at all hours of the day and night. J. T. JUDKINS. sepSir. S T A ,tl JI II O U S E . HEBRY STAMM, : : : : : Proprietor. Water street, bet. Monroe and Quincy, WHEELING, ::s::: WEST VA rpHIS House has been recently rebuilt and X 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. sep!5m(. M . R HILLY, WHOLESALE GROCER, aiid Dealer in Foreign & Domeslicj WINES, and LIQUORS, Nos. 55 cO b'i Maiu at., Wheeling, W. Va. Flour, Bacon, Laud, Oils, Nails, Glass, :&c. Sole Agent for the Hazard and Dcpout Powder Mills. Also Patent safety Fuse. sepl&mti. LIST MORRISON & CO, XV II O Ii E S A Ii E and Dealers in '. FLOUR, BACON, LARD, - &c Corner Main and Quincy streets, )rhtt1i(t W. Va. Bepl5mG; 1SGS. '-jt.', MUJLLiLU JJB j C3 2 ! X c o B "3 Hz i rl , 0 a O CO t -a I A. m zi K !2 i? -t ti c u - f o o C ' n 3 O p ft. sro o 8 fr?.. "a . 1' a X 0f K li A I XES. K i-r1 r y -i VI O to - -o cn lllcaclietl SIllNlill. -3 O si o c O o o a o a as 2 " d . ; d - 5 2 o rt 5 D (J. 3 "O o - B 2 T5 1 to SO-Z 53 S Q -i -t- 0) o S o rH ft IT Vd M w 3 - ur. o a i ? e a S- OB OS ' c 2 a- o . 2' J" a c H o i I , itt'own 3Iiisliu.. 9 2S a. O u o o e a O M P I fi rrs O l O i- o o o I - CO D 03 PC r W E EDS CO IT QC M( q C " tD O B o o o D 4 '' 5S ! Cotton Yarns, et-e , fc i a I o L iH ?-l o . . C3 - ! i, B o 9 Cj 5 fas3 5 5 a v o Y. FEA.NZ11R1H C. A. GATS. G. W. FHANZIIKIM & CO, IMPORTERS Brandies, Wines, Sin. &c. and Dealers in Choice Whiskies & Catauha Wines, No. 157 Market street, Wheeling, W. Va. sepl5m(5. c r. ceows. JOHN f-TEKL. C . P .. B 11 O W N &, CV., Dealers in Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Solid Silver & Plated Ware, So. 2 Washington Hall, Wheeling, West Va. "Watches Warranted. and Clocks Repaired aud s-pliniu. Ikrols and Shoes AT REDUCED PRICKS I CHARLES LOBENSTKIN, Manufacturer aud Dealer in BOOTS and SHOES, Clarington, Ohio, Keeps constantly on hand a large supply of custom made BOOTS AND SHOES, of Men. Women, Youths, Mioses and Chil dren'? Wear, of French and American Calf and Kip Skins. Also a lurge aud varied as sortment of EAST E R N W 0 R K , of the same wear, either at Wholesale or Retail, will be sold at the lowest Cash Price. mch3ImG. CHARLES LOBEiNSTElN. Executor's Sale of Real Estate. On the day e premises, on &aruraay, me add of January, 1869, the following described real estate. The FOtithwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirteen 13 township five S and range six b'.J containing 40 acres more or less. Also, the southeast quarter of the south east quarter of section thirteen f JSJ township live ! and range 6, containing o!) 96-100 acres. Terms One-third in hand, oua-lliird in six mouths and one third iu one year; seuuiiiy to be given to the satisfaction of the vader signed. JAMKS OK BY, declSwG, Ex'r of Joseph Ellis. Executors Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the nuder signed was, on the 27 th day of October, lytiS, appointed -by the Irobate Coart of Al onroe County, Ohio, Executor of the estate of Bartholoinaeus Diegel, dee'd. -nov3w3. . MICHAEL LOHR. vjggJob work of all kinds executed wit li neatness and dispatch. 6ivc its a call a c i1 c mi o g .s iSusiuess Cards. BERTRAKTD LANGEL, WATtmiAKFJi AM JEWELER, (Two doors North of Koehler's etore,) WOODSFIELD, OHIO. ' T AM NOW Mtlil'ARED TO DO ALL KINDS 1 ot work iu lay line. Meshisu, Cleas- I IMS, iC. Thankful for past favar3, Tsoliiiit acontin-; nance or Us patronage aerelo.ors bestowea . nrsi-iyia?s, ietacLea property, Farm inildirgs, Private Dwellings, and their Contents, nt on me. sepSrefi i A-iug it safer than those insuring JVills, Factories, Wooden Bows, a'nVt other property of . . ' i similar liazaid. It is tLe chif aim of the Directors to do a safe, rather than a larse basi- U , II . TILLMAN DEALER IS !lVATt'IIES,CLOltS, Jewelry, Notions, Silver Plated and Ger man Silver Spoons; Spectocles 'of all kinds, and suitable to all ages. Iraic7if, Clocks and Jcicelry Carefully' Rejiaircd, and Warranted. j Charges and prices moderate. Room one door North of Diehl's store. seplly. CSISAYSVIIJLE HOUSE. (East side of Main street.) GRA YS V1LLE,' OHIO. 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 cemfortable. The stables are commodious, and the trav eler's horses will receive the best attention. aug'25v. NATIONAL HOTEL, Main Street, Barnesvillc, Ohio. R. E. Fraslor, : : : : : Proprietor. f UESTS will find the best accommodation VJT at this House,and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. Hacks leave the Hotel every morning for Woodsfield. Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times, Bep24y. WOODSFIELD & ItARXESVILLE HACK T.I3STE- The subscriber is now running a daily line ARRIVALS AND DEPARTCRES. Will leave Woodsfield daily at 8 o'clock, arriving at Barnesville in time to connect with the Eastern and Western trains on the Central 0. R. R. . Leave Barnesville dailv at 7 o'clock arriving at Woodsfield 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 furnlth Horses. .Buggies, Carriages, &c, at all hours, with or without drivers. sepllv T. K. DAVIS, Proprietor. U. P. IIAOEK.i ..0. E. NICHOLS. C, XTTrTTT C JlilVI JUl MANUFACTURES OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLE MONUMENTS Tombs, Head-Stones, &c ON NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS AND OF SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH1 (STPenons wishing to purchase will find it to their interest to give ns a call before going j tlsewhere. Qjf MARIETTA STREET, NEAR MAIN BARNESVILLE, OHIO June 19 1S61. it O J E 11 IT AND PROVISION STORE! 3 C H U M A C II E E Woodsfield, Ohio, -:o:- 3?. SCHUMACHER WOULD inform the citizens of Woodsfield and vicinity that he has on hand a large stock of if, consisting of Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Syrups, Vinegar, Burning and LuhricatiDg,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, 6oaps,Concen cemrated Lye. Baking soda, saleratus, Memorandum, Blank 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, I keep everything usually kept in a First Class Grocary Store JJSfTW forget the place. Schuma cher's New Building, seplly. P. SCHUMACHER. c. c. VASCS. J. P. DAVIS. F. DAVIS & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Flour & Confectioneries, BARNESVILLE, OHIO. sepl5ui6. w, b. mxrsox. J, K. W1LSOK. j g IMP SON & WILSON Wholesale Dealers in BEY I300BS, .Notions and Fancy Goods. No. 7S Mnin street, Wheeling, West VaJ (List, Morrison and Co.'s old stand.) seplSui6. ( Save Fifty Dollars. A NY PERSON wishing to purchase one of a. Urovesteen's Pianos, advertised in this paper, can save fifty dollars of the Brwe bs applying to the editor of this parer. june mmm MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY i OODS FIELD, OHIO ORGANIZED 'JLN 18SQ Office, One (to South of dorr's Hotel. j This Company has eo? a capital, !n Premium, floies, eecureflby first lien on Keal Estate, of 55 2 O O , and conducts its business on the most approved j ness, as being a surer guaranty.to permanency is io seiue an losses promptly and fairly; and in soliciting patronage, do so witn toe arm conviction that the plan adopted by them, will make the Company permanent and safe to its polity i&lders, and at cheaper rates than any other Company in the State. . t: DIRE W.. T. IliRLtJ, Isaac Welsii, Jodn M. Howkd II. B. Hill; V. KOEIILF.R. 1 J. T. JtliKINS, OFFICERS: II. H. IIlLL, President. ; - f .'KoifiLEi, frca 'bitrer. ggW. Hollibteh, traveling Agent. Facts for the Peoplcl ' J-lA-TJ-GHHjITST'S OLD HOME BITTERS, Cures Dyspepsia without fail. Laughlin'B Old Home Bitters, Cures sick stomach. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Cures Cramps and Pains. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Cures Indigestion. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Regulates the stomach. Of all the vegetable compounds this Tonio is the most agreeable, and at the same time most effectual. And it Is the most popular! Because it combines a pure stimulant, with the most approved medicinal aromatic. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Gives yon an Appetite. -Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Gives yon strength. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Relieves Dyspeptics. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. Has never failed, " Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Does as we say It is warranted to do all we claim for it, ' and we can furnish certificates and testimo nials of its virtues in any nnmber. It will relieve, distresses from food and correct acidity of the stomach. It not only creates an Ap petite, 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 Laugbiin's Old Home Bitters. . Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. It baa no equal as a Remedial Agent. Tliere is not a Medicine so certain, speedy, and in fallible in its action. Ws sar this without any hesitation, and can at any time prove we only publish the facta. Sold everywhere by dealers. LAUGHL1N. SMITH & CO., Druggists, sole Proprietors. 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 Uuardians,who have not made N final settlement with the Court, to renew their bonds. Thosefrnowing themselves interested in the matter, will please give it their immediate attention with out further notice. W. T. SINCLAIR, aug20tf.' Probate Judge. STORE! &, Shoes! oots HATS & CAPS! The undersigned wishes to in form the citizens of i Woodsfield and vicinity, that he has A splendid stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, For men, women and children, now being opened. The top of the fashion and the best q'uality of goods kept constantly on hand. Also the finest assortment of HATS AND C A P S.! ever brought to Woodsfield. ALL MY GOODS WARRANTED. I am prepared to take orders and insure ii PERFECT FIT. Cifiry store is opposite the Barber-shop, East side of Main street.JJJ prices abe rjcrwisn And now is yonr time to bny your Boots & Shoes, and Hats & Caps. Don't Forget the Place! And Call Soon and Often. nov3Y. JACOB SCHNEIDER. A. W. 1MITI.L, sfc CO., Dealers inl DOORS.STATIOXERY&WAILPAPEI., iV. 106 Jui Street, WHEELING, W. VA. sepl5m6. K.. PORTEK Sc CO., Wholesale Dealers in Hoots & Shoes, No 8 V a i i street, (H. K. List's New Building, sep29m6. Wheeling, West Va. $gH51ank Deeds and Mort j QnJ&& I0T SalC lit illS Olllfe. ' , O O O and economical plan, taMng risks only In and of greater ultimate snccSB, their rmle CTORS R. C. Miles, , C. C. N.Kon, pKTitt iiEiii, Okeit. CnRis.. Warhickb, H. C. KOTZKBUK. : 0. H. DAVKuroBT J. T. JfDKUS, Seerthry. June ii, 1865, ' ; , Legal JsTotice- ELVIRA CLINB, widow of John CHne, d'rf- ; ceased, Jacob B. Oine. EUas Cline, Sam- uel Cline, Elvira Hill, (wKo fntefnWnied wilt Cornelius mil,) and Jonn m. unao, cnuarea aud heirs of said John Cline, deceaseds jM' William H. Cline, Elvira Scwarti, (wtiefirtar married with Bony V. Schwartz,) Alcir?" Cline, a minor, Elizabeth Cline, a minor.'Mar tha Cline, a minor, and Mary Cline, a minor, children and heirs of Gideon Cline, deceased, son of said John Cline, deceased, all of Monroe county, Ohio; Cornelius Cline, son of gjiid John Cline, dee'd, of the State of Illinois; Ethalinda Edwards, (who intermar. ried with Benjamin B. Edwards,) and Janr ' Weddle, (who intermarried with -. William Weddle,) and Lydia Little", (who intermarried ' with William L. M. Little,) daughters of said John Cline. dee'd, who reside in Washington county, Ohio; Mary Shriver, (who intermar. ried with Alexander Shriver,) daughter of -said John Cline, dee'd, of 'the State -of Kts souri; and Eunice Williamson, (who inter- to nriit: . J i ter of said John Cline, dee'd, of the State of West Virginia, will take notice that Rose ber ry M. Cline, of Monroe county, Ohio, did, on the 7th day of December, 1868, file hig peti tion in the Court of Common Pleas of the connty of Monroe and State of Ohio, against them; the object ' and. prayer of 1 which petition was the partition of the. .real -estate of which said John Cline died ieii- -ed, to wit.- "Northeast quarter of sooth, east quarter of seotion twenty.aeven towa ship three range five, containing 40 89 100 acres; also, northwest quarter of northeast quarter of section nineteen, same towmsbip and range, containing 39 81-100 acres; also, southwest quarter of sonthwest quarter of section twenty-one, same township and range, containing 40 23 1 00 acres; also, west half of northwest quarter of section thirteen township three and range five, containing 80 37-100 acres; also east half of northeast quarter of section nineteen, same township and range, containing 79 83-100 acres; also, northwest quarter of northeast quarter of section twenty-six, same township and range; containing 39 86-100 acres; also, southwest quarter of northeast quarter of seotion nine teen, same township and range,: containing 39 91-100 acres; also, south part of southeast quarter of section twenty jiame township and range, beginning at the southeast cornet of said section; thence north one-half degree east along section line twenty chains and font links to the Muskingum Creek, whence e, poplar eighteen inches bears north tea de grees east ninety-nine links; thenoe , north eighty-one degrees West eighteen and flfrj one-hundredth chains down the creek-, center of creek the line; thence north eighty, five and a half degrees west eight and nine one-hundredth chains to a gum on the bank of creek, eighteen inches, a corner tree; thence north e gaty-nine and a half degree west thirteen and. seyenty-eiglt ens ,hnn dredth chains to a stone on half section line, adjoining lands with George Cline, whence a locust, eight inches, bears south twenty-foar degrees west five and a half links, thence south one-half degree west twenty-five ' and twenty-one one-hundreth chains to a poplar near John Cline'a house, being one-fonrth corner between section nineteen and twenty; thence south eighty-nine and. a half degree east thirty-nine and four one-hundredth chains, along the seotion line to plaoe of be ginning, containing ninety-three and ninety one one hundreth acres, more or less; all of said laud being in Monroe county,' Ohio, end late Marietta Land District." Said persons are notified that they are re quired to appear and answer said petition en or before the third Saturday after the, 26 tk day of January, A. D. 1869. ,, BOSEBERRY II. CLINK, ' ' By Hunter b Hunter, his atty.41! ded5w6. ,. . OIXj OF ODEPE-VXCsTE, FOR THE IJAIIt. An Elegant Preparation, - -. r..,;' , For Preserving, . ; s For softening. v .. ... For Beantifying, For Restoring. ' ' : For Dressing. 4 Beware , of counterfeits and imitations! The only original and genuine is prepared by , LAUUHLIN, SMITH & CO, ; Wholesale Druggists, sep22mfi. , Wheeling, W. Va. S. BORKBKINEB..BKKRTBABB..nr BOBKBKIB SB. 8IMON HOKKHE1MER & CO.," IMPORTERS OF . Brandies, .Wines, Gins, &c, and Wholesale Dealers in " ' MonoDgahela,RyeBoiirbonWhiskies, 174 Cor. Market & Union streets, Wheeling, Tf. Va iTTlie highest cash prto raid for Wool and shipping Furs. seplSm6, GEORGE ROBERTS, Manufacturer and Dealer in ' Window Bliiulsy SASHDOORS, PICTURE FRAMES, FAINTS, OILS, GLASS, C.i b5 Main tHreet, Wheeling, Wet Yirgipid. C3Paiuting and Glazing promptly atten ded to. ' sepl5mS. 1 1 : LAUGHLIN'S INFANT CORDIAL.' 5Tie Cn7i?'s Cure when Teething. Mothers all know the'many sleepless nights thd little ones at home have- to pas when Teething. , You need no one to remind 70a of the Pain Cholio, Wakefulness, UneasU ness, Fretting, Flatulence, Disturbed Bowels, &e. We tell yon candidly, one 'bottle of this Cordial will correot all these trouble!, Assist Teething, Remove Aoidity, Allay all Fain, Quiet the Fretful, Promote Sleep. ' Try it. It will act as a charm. Sold by LiUGHLIN, SMITH & CO, Wholesale Druggists, Mais street.