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- V WHAT TIME II ITU TAUGHT ME Time to me this tnith hath taught, ;W-v . . ,"aoreofibnd,frcua want of thought, hu from intending wrong. . , j i, r ,Timehath taught me dmt in kindness 1 ' 'ThereU power to suMuA "r T Erring oic'jJuay.lca do.". j . " - !W-rtW in tht mfld corrfrtum T .4 t: BrrotKefl tiftrf th.o" "heart t natVui-hin;!; fcv--' fence of Sweet affection,. " 4. V tWhcart that's ueavly breakiujr. '. JiTitC.tlU.mp.th;it.humjii pride . Which lougliaa held thoinrny of pasfi.m . - Has been onotht-d find tunicd tiMtlr, ' , Melted down by Motd-dup.! lnk-sion" . . . . Time tells ino lhat love's evniifjels Shall in holy silence go, . Welcoming recording angels In commune with minds below. be - Jiilfo?ns fiunian aid V J ; " 'frengfhens happiness and love; Then the heart in God is staid, . Lowiug only to be- lored. - Many a, beauteous flower fade Tho we, love U e'er so much; .! i t-Ialwiiiwiity.onveyed -.., - rr Wears a void n aid can touch. :' r T" ' So in lm(iiiyi a throbbing breast, " ' 4 Anguish often lies concealed; Alone forsaken, and oppressed, '-'.Tftver-Tever fo "be YealSl. " " " - i ... a Scraping Apple Trees. .... A tanner residing in 'the western part Twun!Hcnn8ett5 naa many years since, an oia orcnara, many Tor whose trees ' were encased in a Tery rough coating of bark. Their productive days seemed to ue over, ana me owner was counting on a good supply of firewood from them the enwiingp winter., Zt. fwas .suggested to jiim mat n me oocues oi tue trees were fcll 80fapeJ an improvement iii.yield Uight result from, the operation. ' Some twentyvof tbem were errbjected to a Yir. orous application of the hoe and the jough. coating thoroughly removed. The ensuing season showed a marked in rrvemgntjiUheir production the credit x nuivu, nucuicn HJllllUJI Ul IlUt, 111C hoe. The experiment is easily made and vweeo6t itmtitnflinsr', even should it fc fad f rejuvenating the Jrtes operated - imon. - - ,. . ,.r ln qteeuWuIlj fnow, and . I. prepare mem ior Keeping any length of ymc, fresh and eood, as follows: Place ten or a dozen in a small basket, and immerse "thein in boiling water, taking out almost instantly. I then pack them, small end lown, in dry salt or. sawdust, as conve nient Ttie principle of this method is o-pis. The entire pprtion,of the - sur--fjce.of the white-, pf the egg immediately rderskinJike;membraiie which ex ists in every egg is congealed, thus form ingan imprevious coating, which pre vents the evaporation of the contents and conscqncntlythe admission of the atmos phere. To Fey EGos.2if o fry esss nicely re quires some little attention, as they are t"arjV tJ bec6me,ardblaclvand unpalata- rSHu KjJM1 butter or oil, and care taken not to let them be overdone. If ham or bacon is tried with thenif itmuBt be donefcst, and the eggs afterward. To Destrot Cockroaoies. Sprinkle .powoerea liorax into the cracks and on the tables and dresser and floor of the kitchen before going to bed. In two or three', evenings J&ey;w1Jl all disappear. The kitchen floor ought to be swept pre viuus u spnnKung l ' , 3lApxj yE pf Us.- If. a man ia en rusiea wrai money to carry lrom one city to another he. takes . New York in .his way and sends'word to the owner of the,money,taatbe hadhis pocket picked or tiVrbbni fobbed in the hotel. "We ace soiad here .that -anything may t be trneiof 4s, and the 'owner of the money believes the story.- This has been tried -twioe wifhiffaweefe'. JV, Y. Herald. The Cincinnati Commercial says '"Every industrious working man in En gland eames'a pauper on his back.". In this country every laboring white man carries a nigger, .besides contributing nair ins hard earnings-to support a Jac ,obin Government and an aristocratic snobbery of , National Bankers and shod- 'dy bondholders. . . A Bostonf an Is-taking, a preliminary yelocipedai lesson by riding a lean hog. The New Lisbon (0.,) Tatriot grieves to learnthat some of our schools girls caJTjr.toilet glasses to schook and paint and powder when they ehould be engag-l4,ia-their studies.' : r " -- v - A'Tnn m Greensbord; Vcrrnontneai-ly oroKe nis wile s neck recently, by play fully shaking her. Her neck cracked. she became partially paralyzed, and was connneu to ner Dccl several days. inexvewioiK uorld lifts its voice andbjoarsely. exclaims f "Ol 'ilorality wTUi a big JV1, Humanity with a big II, ana jourj wutr a, big 1-lias bell a tnni ty to b your matcli ' ' -' - Said-a" voungster;' th hlgh "glce,: dis- - playing Jns phrchase to. a bosom-friend oft , the 'side walk J'Twococoanuts for ten. ccji$s hit vwill , make ;me sick, to- mqrJrpw3t;aud. iswont have to go to - school." Quarterwaitef .Gejieral Meig recen- tljs.atatedMiforeJth'e (House Militarj- Committee that. he did iiot1)elieve the claims of "loyal" Southern people for propertyS'Tdestrbyfed 'dnrmg the . war wdnldtmotrntto more than 20,000.000. 'HQn.'TpmaiJV', Grimesj Jr.,s has in- trQaucctl a.biU in. the Georgia Legisla ture to appropriate 81 0.000 to give snit- - nUefcunaltothe Cbnfwleratd dead of that Stated "Is there any Uadical in Gcpr gie ifi?fn i'firjiigli to'yot? against the pas- .2 ,r The Recent, eonvention of railroad t Trelciits, held at Atlanta, Georgia re ' Bolved to reduce the fare for all persons going South to prospect or examine the country to two cents amile,- nnd, all im migrants are .allowed to travel for one cent per mile. The reply of Comptroller Hulburd to the resolution of jthe-House requeetin inf9iniiiiXoik8ito.the exchange of cur rency interest for gold interest bonds, shows that the exchange has been clfec- tanbtlre cxtefif "t)f about 517,000,000; thattlie largest amount -.exchanged by any one bank is 81,000,000 by the Bank of CjypmercQ o( '2S w i'irt Waed that the Bo&tpn' Jiink, in 4he ? aggregate,- have excjiargeA.: more thai the New York baabsk- H r- t'i A,v--e,,.;". LafctweVa'sIe'igh was returned to one of our livery stables with a lady's fur collar in it. The livery men sent it to the residence of the man who hired the team. The lailyrqf the hosaid ikifcd not l!C'Ieotblier,'buttiIic wtmld keep it and ask Mr. hoy, it SP "ta. the cut ter. " Tnia'iruie jIr.--T's , fuimritw whn the ju-fie jk'w iirwlmjcd.-Chanrr.lnin Journal , " " -;' 1 if is eai r "J- John Connor - : c Eylvanus Connor and others. " BY virtue- f an order of sale to fne directed from theCenrt of Common Pleas of Mon roe oonnty, Ohio, I will offer for eale at the front door of the Co art Houee in the town of Woodsfield, between the honrs of 10 o'eftock a. m. and 4 o'clock p, m., ou Monday, the 15th day of February, 186$, the following described real estate situate in Monroe connty, Ohio, to wit: The sontb west quarter of the northwest quarter of sect. "n three township five and range six. AppraU. ed at $800 JOSEPH MYERS, , jan5w5. Sheriff M. C O. , J. T. SCOTT, W. H. HKSKBOBS. S C O T T fc H EN N E G E N , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Watch & Clock Materials, Tools & Glasses, . Silver Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, d-c, No, 104 Main Street, ' ' Wheeling, West Va., and No, 31 Fifth Street, ' " PittsburghjPennsylTania, . sepl5mS. P. W . BOSLEI , Manufacturer of COMMON & FANCY CANDIES ' . . . and dealer in Foreign Fruits, Nuts, &c., No. 146 Market street, Wheeling, W. Va. Also Parties and Weddings furnished with ice Cream & Cake at the shortest notice. seplfiaiS. SAMUEL H'CLELlAir. CHBBTBB . XNOX rilc'CLELLAN & KNOX, Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes, No. 65 Main street, Wheeling, West. Va. sepl5m4. I). NICOLL 4 - BRO.,', , ,. -. y . 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.sicgle and double Zephyrs; Children's . Gigs, and - ' ' HOLIDAY GOODS, 109 Main st., between Monroe and Union, : - v-,. - WHEELING, W. TA iepl6m6. 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NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed was, on the 27th day of October. 126S, ' appointed by the 1 robate Court, ef M Miroe County, Ohio, Executor of the estate of Barlholomaens Piegel. dee'd. iiaelIobb." -FRESH I WOULD : respectfully Inform the publio that I am prepared to supply customers With Fit E S II OYSTERS! by the van or half can. SiTFeativals and Parties furnished at lowest cash price. I lilso keep an BAtlNQ S -A. LOO IN" ! Here Oysters, Pigs Feet and Tripe will rved up at lowest prides. be Two doors South of the Postoffiee. Sign: Big Lantern. J. M. BAKER, novl7ni3. mm ibef DON'T FORGET TO CALL AT F. A Hf. lOEIiJLERS STORE! Comer opposite Court Bouse, where yon will find the Best, . . Cheapest, and (most complete assortment of GROCERIES, such as Sugar, Coffee, Tea, . , Spices, :i- Molasses, CandleB, if Coal Oil, Mackerel , Cider Vinegar, Tobaooo and 'Segars. Also, IfS ; , complete assortment of . DRY. GOODS ! if - ft ;';'' ''. ''' ,. : Cahooeg, , Delaiors, Muslins, r a Bleached and Unbleached, ... . .,-...-, Cotton Batting, Gentlemen's, Ladies' and Children's Stockings and Socks, a fine - -'' assortment -V BOOTS AJNJD SHOES, Hoop Skirts, Balmorals, ' ' 1 ' ' ' . and Notions of all kinds, Sewing Thread, Needles, Buttons, Gloves, in fact everything in the DRY GOO DS LINE, to make our patrons happy and comfortable, as Cheap, and cheaper than the Cheapest! CgfTlease give us yourselves;-' v''? a call and examine "7 S-'S y'" for - -. f. The Highest Market JPrico paid in TRADE , OR IN CASH for all kinds of Produce; so don't forget the place: u-: .! '- O P P OSII E C OUR T HOUSE F. &. N. KOEHLER. novl7m6. TTAWTED Teachers. Stddektb. and V V other intelligent Men and Women, in a business paying $100 to $200 per month, ac cording to ability. For particulars, address ZE1GLER, McCURDY&CO., 514 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa, febl8,1868. Master Commissioner's Sale n ' '- ' John Moose ' " vs. :, John Sloan & al. r)Y virtue of a mandate to me directed from J the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auction, at the front door of the Court House in Woodsfield, in said county, on Monday, the 15& day of tebruary, 1869, 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 tores more or less; also the north half of the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section ten In township three of range five containing twenty acres uoreorless. Appraised at $1,677. . .: . .:. ; j.p. spriggs, anfiw5. Mas. Com. M. C. O. Sheriff Sale., James W. Cox Catharine Cox nd others. B Y virtue of an order of sale to me direct- Monroe oounty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in the town of Woodsfield, on Monday, the loth day of Ftlruaryx 1869, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ni. and 4 o'clock p.' a., the following described real es tate situate iu said oounty of Monroe, to wit: The southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 4en township five range nve, containing tony acres. Also, the north half of the southwest quarter of section six een . township Are radge ' five, containing tlghty acres more or less, in all one hundred and twenty . acres. .The first tract appraised at tue second tract at $2,240. - ' . . . r, , J08EP1I MYERS, janSw5. , u-.v . - - Sheriff M. C. O. . Legal iNotice. NOTICE Is hereby given that the Last Will and Testament of Thomas Cochran, late of .Monroe Oounty, Ohio, deceased, together with the record thereof, wiis dentroyed by fire on the i-jin aay oi June, iooy, anatnat a nnlv certi fied copy thereof, was admitted to Record in my office on the 2tith day of January 18(59, and recorded therein. W. T. SINCLAIR, jftb2w3. . Trobato Judge, Jl. C. O. ticS5 Job vrovk of all kinds executed with neatness and dig jiatdi. ' Give us a call. . FALE. " 18G8. S. UtTGHaiES cSe CO. MERCHANT TAILORS I 85, Corner Monroe and TValer Streets, WUEELJXG, WEST VA., WOULD respectfully invite the attention of their patrons and the publie gent rally to their LARGE AND VARIED assortment of Foreign and Domestio CEOTIIS. CASSIMEBES, VESTINGS, and! now being received, and which will be sold at The Lowest Rcminerative Figures VSfA splendid Assortment of HEADY-MADE CLOTHING! Equal to Custom Work, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. sepl5m6. DRUG TORE., -:o: DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. BRUSHES, . DYE STUFF, :AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines nAN always be found at J. T. JUDK1NS J Drug Store, at the lowest cash prices PURE WINES AND LIQUORS T?or Medicinal Purposes,may always be found X at J. T. JUUK1KS'. . PAINTS, 0 F ail colors, and in every form, at J. T, JUDKINS' Drag Stoie. LINSEED OIL, B Y the Barrel or callon, at lowest market rates, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drug Store. TEE BEST COAL OIL TN the market also, Lard Oil. Fish 1 1 Neat's Foot Oil, &c, &e, can be had at J, J. JUDMlNb' at the lowest cash prices PURE WHITE LEAD, fV B. Fanesteok's brand, which is so just J ly celebrated for its purity, whiteness and durability, is just received by ). T. JUD KINS, and will be sold at the lowest cash PRICES. PERFUMERY, SOAP, SPICES, TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS, A ND a variety of other ' articles belonging XJl to the Druggist's trade, all of which will be sold as low as they can be afforded. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS Caekfdllt Pbepabed at all honrs of the day and night. . . J. T. JUDE1NS. . sepSr. S T A id 91 II O USE, HER BY STAMM, : : : : : Proprietor, Water street, bet. Monroe and Quincy, WHEELING, : : WEST VA rpHIS House has been recently rebuilt and X furnisued throughout, and the proprie tor will spare no pains to make his guests comfortable. His table will be supplied with tbe best the market affords. sepldmo. M . R E I LL Y WHOLESALE GROCER, and Dealer in Foreign & Domestio WINES and LIQUORS. Not. 55 & WMain st.. Wheeling, W. Va. Flour, Bacon, Lard. Oils. Nails. Glass, 4c. Bole Agent for the Hazard and Dupont Powder Mills. Also Patent safety t - .... .... ruse.' ' Sepl5m6. LIST, MORRISON & CO.. WHOLES AL E E O I R S , and Dealers In FLOUR, BACON, LARD, &c. Corner Main and Quincy streets, (epl8m6. 1868. O S M -I 2 d -a D S " m ,2 m P R I NTS 3 p a 2. 5 o i J B1 2 o O w O O a 1 o M fc. Q n !H o at o - o o -)- 50 OELAIXES. a 3 9 tt O CO -I - CD c o Bleached Muslins 5C o i i c3 t . P. 73 T3 o S. a o 5 s d . ; a ZZ ra B O cu c 2 m T 5" - B 'X! a o o o to a 3. o o 5 -4-3 a WO TV w H as S 5 9 s- - 2 c-S a p- co 2. 0 5 ST1 0 3 er o - C co O Oj 09 CO Brown Bluslius. o 5 2 fi s r o 6d W o" bj2 s o- T W UEDS, CP w O C9 C s ?2 d o OB i CP of 3! 2 o O. o I c o.2 L. cs 2 - C cp O e j$ CP c3 - 60 e3 w ft. CM S - B C. . O 'if B) T "j" ri 05 QwiD 3 CO B - 9 a 5 o Cotton Yarns, &c, cZc c3 w 50 in m B) 1 a o o S M .5 H fa co rr g. 5 CP s o o H - W. FBXSZHKIM. .0. A. OADS. G. W. FRANZriEISI & CO. IMPORTERS Brandies, Wmcs,- Gin, &c, and Dealers In Choice Whiskies fcCatawh Wines, No. 157 Market street, Wheeling, W. Va. sep!5m6. C. P. BEOWK. JOBS STEEL, BROWN & CO Dealers In Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Solid Silver & Plated Ware, No. 2 Washington Ball, Wheeling, West Va. Watches Warranted. and Clocks Repaired and seplonio. Boots and Shoes AT REDUCED PRICES! C II A R L ES LOBENSTEIN, 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 Sip Skins. Also a large and varied as sortment of EASTERN WO R K , of the same wear, either at Wholesale or Retail, will be sold at the lowest Cash Price. uch31m6. CHARLES LOBENSTEIN. ' ShcriiT Sale, William Boyd Henry Karr. BY virtue of an order of sale to me directod from the Court of Common Fleas of Mon roe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House- in the the town of Woodsfield, on Monday, the 15th day ofFebniariASGd. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., the following described real estate in said oounty of Monroe, to wit: Tbe northwest quarter of the northwest quarter and tho northeast quarter of the southwost quarter and the east half of the north west quarter of sec tion number twenty-eight (38) in township three auu raue mur. Appraised at $2,300. JOSEPH MYERS, -janl2w5. Sheriff, M. C. O. Dissolution Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the copartner ship heretofore existing under the firm name of Bradficld fc Buohhcit, has been dis solved. Jomea Bradficld will eontinne the bu siness at the old stand. The books of the firmJ are in nis nanus reaay ior tne settlement of all accounts of the late firm. BRADFIELD & BTJCHHEIT. Tuel's Landing, Ohio-Janl2w3. ":! B usincss Card s. . BERTRAND flltHito AND JEWEIEB, (One door North of DiehVs store,) wooDSFiEbb, onto. I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS ot work iil my line. Memixo, Cleax iso, '&a. Thankful for past favars, I solicit a contin uance ef the patronage heretofore bestowed on me. sepSir6. UiMYSVII.Lr, HOUSE. (East side of Main street.) GRAYSY1LLE, OHIO. Job Stackiiuse....7. Proprietor. HAVING recently taken charge of this Uouse, 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. aug2Sr. STATION AIL. HOTEL , Main Street, Barnesville, Ohio. R. K. FraMer, : : : : : Proprietor. &UESTS Will find the best accommodation at this House, and no pains Will be spired' to make them comfortable. Hacks leave the Hotel every morning for Woodsfield. . Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times, - sep24r. WOOD&FIIXD & BARXESVILLE D-A-IL-X- HACK ILTSTE. The subscriber is now running a daily line ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Will leave Woodsfield daily at 8 o'clock, arriving at Barnesville 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 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. IIAGER.. ..... ...O. X. NICHOLS. IIAGER & , NICHOLS, MANUFACTURES Or FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLE MONUMENTS Tombs, Head-Stones, &ct) ON NEW AND ELEGANT DESIGNS 'AND OF SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH. tPenons wishing to purchase will find it to their interest to give us a call before going tlsewhere. "MARIETTA STREET, HEAR MAIN BARNESVILLE, OHIO June 19 1861. ." ' . - G IS O E B T , AND PROVISION STORE! P . S C ll U M A C n E R , Woodsfield, Ohio, :o: JP . SCHUMACHER WOULD Inform the citizens of Woodsfield and vicinity that he' has on hand a large stock of GROCERIES, PR0T1S10XS, if, consisting ofa 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, . Caudles, Paper Collars and Cuffs, Fruit Jars, Rice, Hominy, Soaps,Concen- cemrated Lye. Baking soda, saleratas. Memorandum, Blank Toy &, School Books, Letter or Foolscap Paper sold by the ream at W heeling 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. In fact, I keep everything, usually kept in. a First Class Grocery Store. S8 Don't forget the place. Schuma cher's New Building, seplly. P. SCHUMACHER. P. DAVIS. O. C VARCB. J. F. DAVIS. F. DAVIS & CO., WHOLES ALB DIALERS IN GROCERIES, Flour & Coiifectioneries, BARNESVILLE, OHIO. sepl5m6. W. B. BIMI'BOJ. .....J, I. WILSON. SIMPSON 4 (VILSOH Wholesale Dealers In bey mm Notions and Fancy Goods. No. 78 Main street,' Wheeling, West VaJ (List, Morrison and Co.'s old stand.) sepl5m6. - . Farm for Sale, CONTAINING One Hundred and Five Acres, Eighty Acres cleared and T went-five Acres in Timber, situated font and a half miles west of Fairviewj' Guernsey County, Ohio, within five rods of the National Road, Known as tne Prooter farm. It is well wa tered; contains a young orchard of about one hundred trees, all flue fruit and about one half bearing; also peach, quince and plum trees. Also a large log dwelling house, log barn, out buildings, large tobacco house, and good fences. For further information ad. dress, W. A. TALB0TT, . Barnesville, Ohio, or GEORGE BECKETT, ' janl9w6. Fairview, Ohio! Save Fifty Dollars. A NY PERSON wishing to purohase one of IX. Grovesteen's Pianos, advertised in this paper, can save fifty dollars of the price by applying to the editor of this paper. June MQNRQE:MUTttli INSUB ANC: C()M;FjJ Y ; ; . . , woods i eld, t) it i or . OHCrANIZBD 1 3T 18 5 i OffidCj Ones door This Company has nov a ckpital, n Premium Kotes, secured by first Hen oa Real Estate, of -r - !-.--. i-v-.rp and conducts its business on the most approved and economical plan, taking risks only ia First-Class, Detached property, Farm uildings, Private Dwellings, and their Contents', ma fting it safer than those.iusuring Mils, Factories, Wooden Rows, and 'other property ef similar hazaid. It is the chief aim of the Directors td do a safe, ratherMhari a large tusi ness, as being a surer .guaranty to permanencr and of irreater ultimate sudcess,' their rule is to settle all losses promptly and fairly; and in soliciting patronage; d6 so with the1 flrat conviction that the plan adopted by them, will make the' Company permanent and safe Xo its policy holders, and at cheaper rates than any other Company in the State." DIRECTORS II. B. Hill; W. T. Harlan, R. C. Miles, r. 1VOEHLER, ISAAC VVILSH, J. T. Judkins, John M. Rownd Wu OFFICERS: H. B. HlLL, President. F. KOEHLER, Jreaiwer. gg"W. Hollistek, Traveling Agent. Facts for "the People! - ;LATjaHiiiN'sl OLD HOME BITTERS, Cures Dyspepsia without fail. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Cures sick stomach. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Cnres Cramps and Pains. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Cures Indigestion. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Regulates tne stomacn. . Of all the vegetable compounds this Tonic 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 you an Appetite. Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Gives you strength. -! Laughlin's Old Home Bitters, Relieves Dyspeptics. -Laughlin's Oid Home Bitters. Has never failed, . -jtLaughlin'a Old Home Bitters, Does as we say It Is warranted to do all we claim for It, and we can furutsh certificates and testimo nials of its virtues in any number. It will relieve distresses from food and correct acidity of the stomach.' It not only creates an Ap petite, but enables yon 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 Laughiin's Old Home Bitters. . Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitters. Use Laughlin's Old Home Bitters.' ' It has no equal as a Remedial Agent. There is not a Mediolne so certain, speedy, and in fallible in iu action. We sav this without any hesitation, and can at any time prove we only publish the facts. Sold everywhere by dealers. " . LAUGHLIN. SMITH k CO., Druggists, sole Proprietors. Probate Notice. IN consequence of the burning of the entire records and papers of the probate ofnce,on the 13th of Jnne last, it becomes necessary for Ezeoutors, Administrators andGuardians,who have not made final settlement with the Court, to renew their bonds. TboseArnowing themselves interested in the matter, will please give it their Immediate attention with, out further notice. W. T. SINCLAIR, fUg20tf. - . Probate Judge. NEW STOKE! Boots & Shoes! HATS & CAPS! . The undersigned wishes- to .in f form the citizens of . : I Woodsfield and vicinity, f tfa that he has . V A splendid stock of BOOTS A ND 3 H O E S , For men, women and children, bow being opened. The top of the fashion and the best quality of goods kept constantly on hand. Also the finest assortment of ' H A T 8 AND C A PS ! ever brought to Woodsfield. ALL MY GOODS WARRANTED. I am prepared to take orders and insure a FISIICT FIT. CiTllT store is opposite the Barber-shop, East side of llain street.gj . a. ; " i l i ' prices JL tit: iDcrwTsri And now is your time to buy your Boots & Shoes, and Hats & Caps. Don't Forget the Place! . And Call Soon and Often. nov3r. JACOB SCHNEIDER. A. W. rAVIiLi A CO., Dealers in Aro. 106 Main Street, ' ......... . -i I." r WHEELING, ! F. f' A. '.;' i sepl5m6. - ( It. FPRXEK. iso CO., , . Wholesale Dealers in . ; Boots Shoes, No. 38 M ain . strett, n (H. K. List's New Building,) t- . sepSomfl. "WheeliBr, West Va. tBlank Deeds and Mort gages for sale at his office. : ui irr outlipCDo.iTXHcJtel,. - ... Cnaia. Warmck, II. C. Kotzebue. - G. II. DAVEHrORf C. Nezor, Pejer Diehl, Oke. J.Ti JlTDKIIig, StcrstMij. Juns 14, 1866, Legal Notice.' ELVIRA CLINE, widow of John CHne, de: ceased. Jacob B. Cline, Eiaa Cliue.Sam- nel Cline, Elvira Hill,' (who intermarried with'' Cornelius Hill,) and John M. Cline, children and hefrs 6f Sstrd John Cline, : deceased, an?' William H. Cline', Elvira Scwrtz. (who inter married with Bony V. Schwartz, Alcroda' Cline, a minor, Elizabeth Cline, a mio'Sar tha Cline, a minor, and Mary Cline, a &iboi children and heirs of Gideon Cline, deecasetf, son of said John Cline, deceased, all of Monroe county, "' Ohio; Cornelias .. Cline. son of said John Cline, deo'd, of the Btate ef Illinois; Ethalinda" Edwards, (who intermar ried with Benjamin R,' Edwards,) and. Jane 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 intermart ried with Alexander Shriver,) daughter of said John Cline, dee'd, of the State of Mil. souri; and fconice Williamson, (who inter married with George W. Williamson,) daugh ter of said John Cline, dee'd, of the State ef West Virginia, will take notice, that Roseber ry M. Cline, of Monroe county, Ohio, dido the 7th day of December, 1868. file hit peti tion in the Court of Common Pleas of the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, against them; the ob)ejt and - prayer - of whisk petition was the partition of the. real estate of which said John Cline' died eil-, ed, to . wit "Northeast, quarter' of south, east quarter of section ..twenty .seven town ship three range five, containing 40 8900 acres; also, northwest quarter of northeast quarter of section nineteen, same township and range, conUining-3 91-100-acres; also, southwest quarter "of southwest quarter ef section twenty-one, , same 1 township tm& range, containing 40 23 100 aeres; also, .west half of northwest quarter of section thirteen township three and range five, containing'tO 31100 acres; also east half of northeast quarter of section nineteen, same township and range, oontainiag ' 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 section nine teen, same township and raDge, containing 39 '91-100 acres; also, south part of southeast quarter oi section twenty .same township -and range, beginning .at the southeast .eornar of said section; thence north one-half degree east along section line twenty chains and few links to the Muskingum Creek, f Whence t poplar eighteen inches bears north tea de grees east ninety-nine links; tbenoe north eighty-one degrees west eighteen and fifty one-hundredth chains down the vreek . 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 seventy-eight one hun dredth Chains to a stone on half section line adjoining lands with George Cline, whence a , locust, eight inches, bears south twanty.feerr " 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's house, being one-fonrtk corner between section nineteen and twenty; -thenoe south eighty-nine and a half degreea east thirty-nine and four one-hundredth chains, along the section line to place of be ginning, containing ninety-three and ninety one one hundreth acres, more or lets all ef said laud being in Monroe oonnty, Ohio, and late Marietta Land Distriot." ,. . ' ' Said persons are notified that they are re suircd to appear and answer said petition en or before the third Saturday after the 26th day of January, A. D. 1869. ' BOSEBERRT M. CLINV , . By Hunter k Hunter, his atty'g. . debl5w6. . . OIL OP GBAJKESTXN-B, . t '.l.' ! t'isiii FOU THE IIAIItV r An Elegant Prepartlienl : For Preserving, K'w; .-Y. For softening. , .j . For Beautifying t ; .': For Restoring. , , . ; ian For Dressing. .... Beware of counterfeits and imiiatitnul The only original and genuine is prepared by , LAUUHLIN. SMITH & QO Wholesale Drugglsta, ,. sep22m6. ' Wheeling, W. Ta. S. UOBKBB1MEB. i HENKT BABK. . nOBKUinU, 8IM0N HOKKHEIMKR' 4 Ca;rI; IMPOBTBBS OF ' Brandies, Wines,, : Gins, v &c.f . , . and Wholesale Dealers In .-'- ' MonongaklajRye BourtonWhiskies, i 174 Cor. Market 4 Union 'atreet ., ' A " Wheeling, W.T, "Tlie highest cash prto paid for Tfeol and shlppinf Furs. tepIBmC, ' GE056E, ROBERTS, ' . '. vv: ')', '.-t W. .ift 1 t Manufacturer and Dealer im yf V .-j." Window Blindsjv SASH,DO ORS, PICTURE FSAM8, ' " . ; - PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, 'kC. ' f '. ' -,v ; -i i . " ' v ..:' .'-j 5 - Jfain tired,' WhteKng, Wist " Kry, - "Painting- and Glazing promptly attend1 ded to.. ..... j ; - . , sepllB8.C LAUGHLIN'S INFANT COHDIAL. ' . , j ne jhua s Lure when Teething. Mothers all know the many sleepless nightr the little ones at home have' to pass, when Teething.' You need no one to remind yen of the Pain Cholic, Wakefulness, Uneasi. ness, Fretting, Flatulence, Disturbed Bowels, Ao. . We tell yon candidly, one bottle of this r,AK4;.i .in . .1. -i . . . ... -- - .w i u. . mlk uien uvuvin, awn Teething, Remove sAcidity, AUay all Palay Quiet the Fretful, Promote Sleep. - . , Try it. It will act as a charm. Sold by LAUGHLIN, SMITH k CO, . ' Wholesale Druggists, Main street, ' ' ' t l.':-:a. 9 i ,iit ' 0 'I ! .... i'ii -'-7r LSI.