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II (kr io po flloaoy ta power uf the wrtitr i - ZXEl. SABOENT'a CELEBRATED -v REMEDIES, Tbey would htre tn rtjeotoa by the pMU long tgo, tut on the contrary, though they kave ben before the pablio for Upward of Ihirty seven years,, tho demand for them U greater to-day thn ever. Thousands of sufferers have boon relieved and many oonCrtned invalids have been re stored to health through- their instrumen tality. Testimonial from the most reliable (unreal can bo famished by the proprietor, tod til who hire used thorn reoommtnd thorn highly. ATasxiviiia, Pa., April 21, I860. Mr. Oio. A. KaxiET: I found your box of Dr. bargtmt's Backache Pill of great value to me. They were the only remedy from whloh I found relief, and I will recommend ' them to All ny friend . Mas. NATHAN THOMPSON. EE. SARQEHT'B BAcn iriiK r i l l s i ' i . i '- -7 i' " " . Aro a never-fantng remedy for all diseases of me Kidney, Bladder, and Urinary Organ, roth as Fataa in the small of the Back, uravoi, Dropsy, Incontinence of Urine.Strau ffry. Inflammation of the Kidneys, A a. . For Sale by Drtiprfcltfn. i Price Finy Cents Per Box. . 4 t i 6UGAB-COATED. ? mm' en m a w an . . vau iiVJ.iaic no emer meatrtne at a hAstitute for ihm Pitts, but if your druggist dots not hate Viem request turn to orier uicm. Bant by noil upon receipt of prtce. J ' SOLE FBOPKIETOR, GEORGE A. KELLY, Wholesale Drug'!. Cer. Boo, Air. and Wood St., ; PITTSBURGH. Far tale by ilr30y JOHU D PAHBV . Cincinnati, 0 AUDITOR OF STATl'a OPIICE, DEr'i op Ibsuraece, I Columbus, 0., Feb. 1, 1369. ) ' It n mnr v. certifies, that the national Life Ids. Co. of the United States located at Washington, D. C, has Complied in all re pools, with the laws of this State relating to tnch Insurance Companies, for the current year, and has filed in this, office, a sworn statement, by the proper officers, showing Its condition and business, Deo. 31. 1S68, to be follows: Ain't of actual paid np Capital, $1,000,000 00 Aggregate am'tof available as- - sets, '. -; i i : , 1,145,643 57 Aggregate am'l of liabilities. Not ascertained. Amount of Income for the pre ceding year, 200,9fc3 22 Amt of Expenditures for. ther preceding year, ; j" I "149,501 34 In witness whereof, I have" hereunto sub scribed rav name, and caused the teal of my race to be affixed, the day and year above written. JAS. H. GODMAN, rfSBAl. Auditor of State. The above statement includes but fire months' business, from August 1. to Decem ber 31,1668.- . - v : V JOHN W. ELLIS k CO., Cincinnati, O., General Agent for Ohio and Southern and Central Indiana. . ootstl. Master. Commissioner's Sale. . . . : J. 5. Genio, Ex'r, Silas Jackson et al. BY Tirtae of a nandate to lpe directed from . the Ci urt .. of Con men Pleas ot ion roe County, Ohio, I will ofler for sale at the -front lo.ir of the Court : House in the tows) of Voodffield, in said eonnty, da i fialvrdiiy.theQthdoif of Hovtmbert 1869. between the hours of 0 o'clock a- m. and ' 4 O'clock p. m. on said day the following property situate in said county to wit; The northwest quarter of seotion twenty in town ship four of range five, being the proprty of said Silas Jackton. Appraised at $2.a33. . J. P. EFHGG3, cpS8wS. , - ; Has. Com. M. C. O. . -..To the Public. MT wife, Eliza UeXee, having left my bed and board without just cause, the pub. lie is notified sot to bailor, or trust her on my account, as 1 will pay no debts of her eontracting. v J,U. McKEE. " ectSwS. At-rnfft TVnntCfl lor the I3EST BOOK OP 1HB PrHIOD, , WOM EX OF X E1V YOKK, Or. Tha Under World of the Great City. , The most startling revelation of modern times. JFew York Society Unmasked. "The Aristocracy.'.' "Women of Pleasure," "Mar- rled Women," end all classes thoroughly ven tiUted. 50 Illustrations. Price f 3. .Ad dresi at once The New Yotk Book Co., 143 Nastan, Et, Kew York, 1 ! . - - sep7w8. Sheriff Sale. G. H., Davenport ' ; va. ' ' Ccpbns Hart TY virtue of an order of Bale to me directed -U from the court of cemmon pleas of Me roe o nnty, Olio, I will offer for sale at the front deor of the Court House, iu the town ut Woodsaeld. betweou the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., on Saturday, the 9th day of October, 1869, the following described real estate situate in Uoeroe county. Ohio, to wit: The east half of the southeast quarter, and the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter.and the east tiart of the northwest quarter of the south uit onarter of section six township four of range tve. Apprslsed at $2,200. , . tefUK . W&ErH MYER3, Sheriff, Master Commissioner's ; Sale. Mary-DrcBsel sodbusbind - " r . - - ' - vs. ; John Lollathen. Sr., and others. BY virtue of a mandate to me directed ' from the Court of Common Pleas of Henroe County, Ohio, I will offer lot sale at toe front door of the ,Court House iu the town of Wooodtfield. in said county, on JSaturday, the 9th day of October, 1869 between th lours of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day the following property situstejn said county to wit: The southwest quarter r the southwest quarter f section twenty-iour.townsbip two of range . four, and the northwest quarter of the north west quarter of section twenty-three township two of range four. , - - JOSITH MYERS, - Eheriff and Special Ma&tor M C. O. aep7wSj - ' r Insolvent Notice. KOUCE is hereby given that the estate of U.U.IU Ouster, clec'd, has been, by the Probate Court of Monroe county .Ohio, declared to t probably insolvent 1'ersona having claims against the estate are required to preecat them, lor allowance, wunin munum. p6wd. CYttCa EDGAR Administrator's Notice. TU OTICE Is hereby given that tho nndor i sieo.J bas breo aifoio'od and qnaliflel a dBlBiBUur r to ' o Jb . . tnnuiti wiv - TlinMiS Jl. WAY. . eetMft?.""" ' -v--v Matter Commissioner's Sale. nnry Fori VI. Jsmos Pay a. B T f Iritis of an order of sat to roe directed from the eourt of common pleas of Houroe County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auction, at the front door of the Court House In Woodtfiold. in said county, on Saturday, th 6th diiyof November, 1S69, between the hoars of 0 o'olook A. M. aod 4 o'oiook P. M., the following described real estate situate In Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: Beginning at the quarter post between seo tlons fourteen and twenty, township five range Ove; thence east with the quarter seo tion line fifty -two and a -half perches to a cor ner; thence north with the liue eifihty.seven perches to a stono; thence West with the line one hundred and thirty-three perches to a stone; thence south six perches to the northwest corner- of tho southeast quarter of section twenty; ttcnoe west with the lino thirty-six perches to the middle of a nin, and line of Ste phen Brown; thence down said run with the meanders ninety-seven perches to Doth Fork of Sunfish creek; thence up said fork four and one-half porches to tho quarter section line: thence south with said line eleven and one-half perches to tho center of the section: theneo east with the quarter section line one hundred and sixty-two perches to the place of beginning, containing ninety-fivo acres mere or less, being' the tract of land, known aa tho MtCouas farm. Appraised at $2,000. . J. P. 8PRIG0S, sop28w3. Mas. Com. M. C. O. Sheriffs Sale. John K. Genin, Executor of Thomas II. Genin, deceased, vs. Jacob Dearth etkls. BY rirtne of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Mouroe conuty, in the State of Ohio; in this case, I irlll sell at publio auction, at the door of the courthouse, in the town of YVoodsfield iu said county, in - Saturday, theGth. diyof November, 1869, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M and 4 o'clock f. m of eaid day, the following de scribed real estate in the county aforesaid, to wit: The southwest qu srter of the southeast qnarter of aeotion thirty township four and range six, containing thirty-six acres more or less. JOSEi H MYERS, oct5w5. Sheriff M. C. 0. Master Commissioners Sale. J. N. Genin, Ex'r, vs. ' TLomaa Gillespie ct al. . BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from tbo Conrt ot Common Pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in the town of Woodsfield, in said couDty, on Saturday, Ihctilh day of November, 1809 between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said ; day the following property situate in said county to wit; Com mencing fur the first trait at the southwest comer of the southeast quarter of the south west quarter of section twenty-eight township three range four; thence east to the middle of McConnell's run; thence northward with the middle and meandeiinqs of said run to the north lino of said Quarter; thence west to the corner of said quarter; thence south to the sec tion line to the place of beginning, containing fifty acres more or less, deeded by, Win. Myers and wife to said Gillespie. Also, the following tract deeded by "Wm. Coleman and wife to said Gillespie, being a part of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of the same section township and range, commencing for tno same at jlcuonneu s run; thsnce eastward sixteen rods and sixteen links to a white oai;thence a northwest course thirty nine rods to McDonnell's line; thence west fif teen rods to McDonnell's run; thence down the run southward with the meanderings of the run fifty-one rods to the placo of beiriuning. containing four acres and thirty-five rods. Also, third tract, beginning twenty rods from tho northwest corner of the northeast quarter of section twenty-seven township three of range four, thence east scventy-ono nnd four tenth rods; theneo couth fourteen rods to a stone; thence north fifty degrees west forty-seven and seven -tenth rods to a sycamore; thence north seventy-one degrees west twenty-one rods to the place of leina ng.contuining thirty acres more or leas Appraised at $1,275. J. P. SPRIGGS, ser2Sw5. Mas. Com. M. CO. Master Commissioner's Sale. VVm Win. p. . Moore vs. - ' Brown et al. BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County. Ohio, I will offer for sale at the front door of the Court ITonce in the town of Woodsfleld. in said county, on ' Saturday, the Cth day of Noremler,18G9. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m: and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day the following property situate in said county, to-wit: The northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section number twenty 20 township number five r5Trange number five 5 con- taining thirty-nine and eighty-three hun dredth acres more or less; a '.so. part ot the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter nf BARtinn twentv r201 of townshio five fa I of range five 5. beginning for the same at the northeast corner, running as ioiiows south twenty . chains and twenty.two links, west nine chains and twenty f even links, north eigbty-two and one-half degrees west seven chains and sixty-seven links north twenty two degrees' east thirteen chains and eighty five links,north eighty eight twenty forty-sixth chains and forty-one links, con taining nineteen aud twenty-six one hun dredth acres; also, part of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section twenty township five range jive, commencing for the same at the northwest corner and run . ning east to the run; thence up said run to the north and south line on the west side; thence north to the place of beginning, con taining fifteen acres more or less, Atpraised at f 1,100. J. P. SPRIGGS, -r sep2Gw5 Mas. Com. M. C. O. ; . AGENTS WASTED FOR Sccreis of the Great City A Work descriptive of the VIRTUES and tho V ICES, the Jl i STJSKUSH. MlSKKl fcS and CHIMES of New York City. . If you wish to know how Fortunes tae made and lust in a day; how Shrewd Men are ruined in Wall Street; how Strangers uro swindled by Sharpers; how Ministers and McrcfianU are Blackmailed; now Uatiee Halls and Concert Saloons arc Managed; how Gambling Houses and Lotteries are conducted; how Stock and Oil Companies Originate and how the Bubbles Burst, read this work. It contains att hue en gravings; tells all about the Mysteries and Crimes of New York, and is tbo Spiciest ami Cheapest work of tho kind published. Price ODly $2 75 Per Copy. Agents are meeting with unprecedented' sncces?. One in South Bend, Ind., reports 39 subscribers in a day, Oi'e in Saginaw Mich., Cli in two days Send for circulars and specimen pges, Address JONES BROTH ERS St CO., Cincinnati, O., Chicago, Jll., or St. Louis, Mo. sep"w4. . Master Commissioner's Sale. . J. H, Genin, Ex'r, VS. . J. N. Mitchell et al. BY virtue of a mandate to me directed from the court of common picas' of Monroe county, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at the front door of the court bouse, in Woodelield, in 6tid coui-ty, on ' ' Saturday, the 9lfi dayof October; 1S69( between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 'clock p. in , the following described real estate situate in Monroe eounly, Ohio, to wit: Tho oast half of tho. no'rthwest quarter, of Motion twenty seven township three an I range four. I . t JO&EPH MYERS, , - .f.v..-i J :.ik..i.-u n n sep.wJ. ...... Terms of Court for 1870. WH, the Jadg of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the Eighth Jndl olal Distriot in the State of Ohio, pursuant to the statute in sneh case made and provi deo, do hereby order and direct that the Terms of the DUtriot Court and of the Conrt of Common Pleas, within the several counties of said riistriot, shall begin at the dates hereinafter named during the year 1170, to wit: DISTRICT C0TTST. Muskingum county, August 31 Morgan September 5. " 7. ' 12. " 14. 19. " 23. ' 26. 28. Noble Monroe Kelmout Guernsey Tuscarawas Harrison Jefferson, COMHOS FLSAS. Muskingum county, January 31, April 25 and October 3j. Noble oounty, March 15, June 7 aud October 18. Guernsey conuty, February 1, April 26 and November 1 5. Morgan county, March 14, June 6 and Octo ber 12. Monroe cocuty, April 12, July 12 and Octo ber 13. Belmont county, February 1, May 3 and No vember 1. Harrison county, January 31, May 2 aud Oc tober 17. Tuscarawas county, February 14. May 16 and October 31. Jefferson county, February 58, May 30 ind November 14. , And we farther direct that a certified copy of this order he transmitted forthwith by the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Jef ferson county, to tho Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of eaoh of said connties, aud that it be pnblished,aacording to law, in each county for four consecutive weeks. We also order said Clerk of Jefferson oounty to trans mit forthwith to the Secretary of State a oer tlflftd copy of this order. Given under our hands, at Stubenville, this 30th day of September, A. D. 1809 GEO. W. McILVAINE, MOSES M. GRANGER, f T , . , JKO. 8. WAY, Judges, io. Y. W. WOOD, r The" State of Ohio, Jefferson county, ss: I, Oliver C. Smith, Clerk of the Court of Com mon Pleas within and for the county and State aforesaid, do hereby oertify that the above is truly copied from the original order of said Judges now on file in my office. Witness my signature and the seal seal of raid court at bteubenville, this 1st day of October. A. D. 1869. OLIVER C. SMITH, Clerk. Clskk'b Office. Woopsfikid, O., October 6,1 Sb'sJ. I certify that the foregoing is a oorrect transcript of the copy of the order on fi'e in myoffioe. J ERE. WILLIAMS, octl2w4. Clerk Monroe Com. Pleas. " Notice. . 1 THOMAS BR0WNFIELD and Charles Brown field, of the State of Missouri, will take notice that Hngh B. Hill and Samuel A. Mor gan, as guardians of Knos Brownfield, of the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, did, on the 2d day of October, ISKg.file thir petition in the Probate Conrt of said Monroe county. against them and others, praying an order of said Court for the sale of the following real estate, in said Monroe county, as the property of said ward, to wit: The . northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section fifteen, township three of range five, containing forty acres; also, the southeast quarter of section sixteen, same township and raoga. containing one hundred and sixty acres, to pay the debts of, and to support, said ward. Said petitioa wilt be for hearing on the loth dsy of December, 1809. HUNTER & HUNTER, ocll2w6: Atl'ys for said Guardians. Sheriff Sale. E Cisne .vs. Dillon et al. T.J. Y virtue of an order of sale to me direct ed from the court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in the town of Woodsfleld, on Saturday, Ike Zthdayof Novembcr,8()9 . between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., the following described real es tate situate in Baid county of Monroe, to wit: The northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section twenty me of township three of range uve containing forty aores. Also the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section twenty-one of township three of range five, containing forty acres. Also two acres off the east sde of the south west quarter of the southeast quarter of sec tion twenty-one township three and range five. And the northeast quarter of the south east quarter (except Ave acres and three quar, ers out of the northeast sold off to Aty Dye) of section twenty one of township three ot range, five, containing thirty four and one half aces, and containing in all one hundred and sixteen and one half acres, more or less. - JO EPI1 MYERS, , octl2w5. bheriil M. C. O. Sheriff Sale. John N. Genin, Executor of Thomas IT. . Genin, deceased, . . vs. '.. - . . Samuel B. Mitchell. BYth virtue of a mandate to me directed from County, iu the State of Ohio, in this case, I Will sell, at public auction, at the door of the court house, in the town of Woodsfield, in said county, on Saturday, the Gth day of November,$69. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. x. and 4 o'c'ock p. u., on said day, the following de soribed real estate situate in said oounty, to wit: The northwest quarter of section twenty- six in township three and range four, con taining one hundred and sixty acres more or less. Also, the undivided two.thirda of fifty- six acres of land off the east side of the northeast quarter of section thirty two town ship three and range fonr, being all of said quarter except one hundred and five acre b owned by William Myers in 1862. Also fifteen acres vfi the northwest corner of the south west qnarter of section twenty-six township and range aforesaid, and also the nnaivided half of the northeast qnarter of section thirty two township aud range aforesaid, containing in all two hundred and seventy acres more, or less. JOSEPH MYKR3, oct5w5. Sheriff M C. 0. Legal Notice. JAMES BINES, nhese place of residence is unknown, but without the State of Ohio, will take notice ihatJenxfhr44tu. 4ny of Au gust, lbt9, Ferdinand P-V Kemper filed in the court ef common pleas " of Monroe couuty, Ohio, his petition against;himJ,:; (as a partner in tbe late firm of James Hioes & Co ,) and others, the prayer of which petition is to ascer tain the amount paid by said Rempel on an ap peal bond, fur the use of said firm, and to sub ject certain lands, lying in said county, and be longing to' the defendant, George V. Miller, to the payment of tbe amount so iound due. You are required to appear and answer on or beforo the third Saturday after the llith dov of Octo ber, lSb!. . HUNTER & HUNTER, sep7wd ; ; Att'ys for 1 F. Rcmple. Teachers' Association. T HE next meeting of the Monroe County Teachers' Association Mill be held at Woodblield, commencing October 11, 18159 continuing in session one week. " Lecturers from abroad have been iuvited, and as soou as arrangeneuts have been per fected their names will be announced. flood boaruing can bo had at reduce! rates. S ... A. MARTIN, Ch'n Ex. Com. . TAXES FOR THE E223 TO TAX-PAYERS n In pursuance of law, I. Daniel Seuhart.'Treasurer of Monroe County, Ohio, hereby give no tice to the tax-payers of said pnnntv that the taxes4evicd on each hundred dollars valuation of tho taxable property for the year lSu'3, for all purposes, in the several Townships and incorpora ted villages, arc as fulluwa: ;St. Levy- County Levy. Names of j O: Townships and Towns. : B i 3 ; W 5 ?IS 5I2.S i f ; ?!.! 1 Adorns. i 7 lo l3 3030 7.1010 0 5! Cameron, ido do'doidoido Jo do do do: Beaton, Ido'dodo:do4o;do do do doj Bethel,' :dododo:dodo;do;dtdodol 3: 4; s; 51 4: Center, do do dodo'do' do d n;do do Woodsfleld, jdo;do;do;do do do d do do Franklin. idb.do'do!do!do;do'do:dodo Green. klo;do do do do do do ;do;doj Jackson, idol do.doido doj do do 'do do, Lee, Idododiidoldodo'diVdoidoi Malaira. Ido do;dodo;do ; do d 'do'dol 15! 13; t I 2! 10: 7i 7! 4; 4 5: 13 Ohio, ;dodo;do:do-dodo do df.ido! Perry, jdo:doldoido!dO4o'do:doidoj Salem, Vlojdoidodoido ido'do!do do! Clarinsrton. !do:doido do.do do do doidoi Seneca, ido'doido;do;dojdo'do do;do; Calais, ido;doidoldo!do dodoido'dol Summit, ido:do:doidoido.do dodoido! Sunburr, ido do:dc;do;do!dododiido;7 5 BeaUxviUe, :do do;do;do:do do do doido:7 5. Switzerland, Ido.doidoidoidodo'do do;doi 2 ! Washington, idoldoidodo;do do!do:dod 7 ! Wayno, .do doido'doido.doldododoi 5 i 8i CSTI will attend in person, or by deputy, at the f illowinp places, for the purpose of collect ing tuxes: Brownsville, Penton Tp., Oet.iber 4: Jacob Washer's, Jackson Tp., October 5; Sardis. Le Tp., (evening.) October 6; BareKvil!e, Ohio Pp., October 6; Clar'ragton. S ileia Tp., October 7; Dr. J. Ru pp's, Switzerland Tp., October 8; Beallsville. Sunsbury To . October 9. scP14w6. . DANIEL NEUHART, Treas. M. C. O. DKUG STOKE. DRUGS, PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES. BRUSHES, 1 DYE STUFF, AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines, PAN always be fonnd at J. T. JUDK1N3' , J Drug Store, at the lowest cash prices pure'wIaaJTITqvors Tior Medieiual I'urposes.may always be found ; X at at J. T. JUDKINS'. PAINTS, F a'l colors, and in every form, at J. T. 0 JUDKIMS'Drug Stole. LINSEED OIL, B Y the Barrel or gallon, at lowest market rates, at J. T. JUDKINS'Drug etoro. TI1E BEST COAL OIL IN Ke ih market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil, !eal' i Foot Oil, &c., &c can be had at J. T. JUDKIN'S' at the lowest cash prices PURE WHITE LEAD, 0' F B. Fahnesteck'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 FB1CES. rERFVilERT. SOAP, SPICES, TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS, AND a variety of other 'articles belonging to the Druggiut's trade, all of which will be sold as low as ihey can be afforded. Pll YSIC1A NS' PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully. Pbepabbd at all hours of the day and night. J. T. JUDKINS. sepSr. 1 GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE! BCiIUM'ACHEE Woodsfield, Ohio, :o:- D? . SCHUMACHER OULD inform the citizens of Woodsfield and vicinity that he has onihand a large stock'of GROCERIES, .PROUSIOB, If, consisting oft Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Syrups, Vinegar, Burning and ' v LubricatiDz.and other Oils, Salt Fish, Dried Apples, Canned Frnit,Raisins, Prunes, English Currauts, Tobacco, Cigars, Yankee Notions, Candies, Paper Collars and Cuffs, Fruit Jars, Rice, Hominy, Soaps, Conoeu centrated Lye. Bakiug soda, valerates, Memorandum, Blank Toy & School Books, Letter or Foolscap Paper scld by the ream at Wheeling prices. Lamps and brashes of all descriptions. Candies and Confect:oneries of all kinds kept constantly ou hand. Tubs, Buckets, half bushel measures, Brooms, Washboards, Hoes, Forks, shovels, and axes. In fact, I keep everything upually kept- in a First Class Grocery Store S Don't for yrt cber's New Building, sepl ly. f'ic place. Schuma- P SCHUMACHEK. Master Commissioner's Sale. M. Scbaub. vs. M. Eakcr ct al. Y virtue of an order of sale to ve directed from the Court ef Common Pleas of Mon roe county, Ohio, I will offer tor sale at the front door of tbe Court House, in the town of WoodsGsld, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ni. aud 4 o'clock p. m., on Saturday, theGth day of November, 1869. the following described real estate situate in said county of Monroe, to wit: Lot numbered twenty-nine 29 in the town of Woodsfield excepting the following part thereof sold by John M. Kirkbride to Martin Baker, commenc iug at the northeast corner of said lot; thence with the Main street twenty-t.vo feet eight inches; thence westerly through said lot par allel with the north line of said lot to the west line of sild lot; thence with said west line to the northwest corner of said lot; thnce along the north line of said lot to the place of be ginning; and also the following exception: commenoing at tbe southeast corner of said lot, thence with Main street north eighteen feet 6ix inches; thence westerly through said lot thirty six feet; thence southwesterly to the allev; thence easterly along the alley to the place of beginning, being tbe property of James M. Baker Appraised at $800. J. P. SPRICK33, sep285. lias. Com. M. C. O. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed was, on tho 2Stu day f June, 1663, appointed Administrator ot tbo eitate of Robert B. all-n, dee'd- i angMwa. . J, C, ALEX. la ME 119. Township Levy'SolviT I t5"Tho followinjr (persons are the au- Total ithorized Collectors 1 . . . . . 1 O -2 -O i I i E -P-: S r- : - ; 3 levy nor tne townsmps or alljoppesito their names 3 o liurpo-j who will receive the Duplicate after the iiUlh day of De cember. B-:V-.;30 6.2o;io; 130:25! Tohn Alexander, same. J. J. Dornbush. 3; ! I! ! 120! 2 i 15! 20 . 3030 Wo. IL Simmons. 3020! :!015 30:30 3015 O. S. Sloan. 1 SO Jacob Affoltor. 1 P9 Jacob Watrner. 2 12 John M. Goodwin. 1 58 Win. Brownfield. 2 03 C. Cehrs. 2 24 S. A. Morgan. 1 99 Wm. Kurd -H 10 same. 2 12 Caspor Yookey. 2 12 aiuo. 1 90 C. Diehl. Sr. 1 77 Adam Arnold. 2 00 same. 1 91 E. G. Bhttter. 1 88 John Beardmore. 1 83 M. Hoffman. (30-20: 13020: 25; 43030; i80'30 3030 30: 0 1202.)! 30 30 25: 5 t : ; 1 : : 125: . ';io: i iSO: I 5 i 5: 8 iti 10 I 2: ! ! 1050,10 1.30201 13020 l2020 JII 31. BOXAETT, Waches. Diamonds, Jewelry, SILJEU WARE, CLOCKS. &.C., WHOLESAhB and RKTAIL. All Grades of every .VTEX-ilClsr "WA-TCH FuU Assortment of Musical Instruments. opposite zane uouse, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. gaJ"Watihes and all Time Pieces carefully. Repaired- ma25m6- V lAn TO 2".0 Per Month Guaranteed. I V i U U SURE PAY. Sauries paid weekly to Agents everywhere selling- our Patent Kverlnst inif Wln'te Wire Clothes Lines Call at or write for particulars to the GIR ARD WIRE MILLS, 261 North 3d st., Phila. jel5w4. Legal Notice. MARY WILSON, of tho State of New York, and ' Moore, the son ef John Moore, deceased, whose Christian name is unknown, and whose place of residence is unknown, will take notice that on the 10th day of September, 1809, Jannet Moore, widow of John Moore, de ceased, filed her petition in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroo county, Ohio; demanding dower in the following- premises, to wit, situate in tho county of Monroe and State Ohio, described as follows: Part of the wost half of the southeast quarter and part of the west half of the northeast quarter of section thirty township four of range fivo containing seventy-six acres: that they are required to an swer said petition, on or before tho first day of November, A. D. 18GD. AMOS & SPRIGGS, sepl4w6. Att'ys for Petitioner. 1S69. FAIX. 1869. THOS. HUGHES 3c CO. MERCHANT TAILORS! 35, Corner Monroe and Water Streets, WHEELING, WEST VA. tTjOULD respectfully invite the attention V of their patrons and tbe pnblle gene rally to their LARGE AND VARIED assortment of Foreign and Doraestio CLOTH?. CASSIMEBES, VESTINGS. and ICHIS new being received, and which will be sold at The Lowest Remunerative Figures tSfA splendid Attorttnent of READ Y-MADE CLOTHING! .' Equal to Custom Work, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. teplj9. THE EMPORIUM -rort- FASHIONABLE At BRUEiS & SANDERS, 114 M-AXIsr STREET, WHEELING WEST V A HK.O 1 VY f?ro. Orain Blsck Silk; Paccv Silks. 1 angles, Iri h PojiHkh, K.ench Poplins. Plaid I'oplius. tiaiiu de t'heue,Velows. Barrit, Alpacca i'oplins, EMPRESS CLOTHS French Merinos, and al1 o her kind of Ires looda. Handsoine B.ue P.lack A puefas. u.i. to be had jo any otlier L.'uje in ih - ciiv. HOUSE FlhM.-Hl;xG GliODi, such as Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, To' lette setts, Lineu and Cotton Hheetmgs.PilluT Case Linens, larseil's Quilts: all bought during the late panic aud are SELLING AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. FURS! The largest stock of Furs in the State, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. such as Russia Sable, Mink, Fitch, and all other kinds in the market, to be sold at bar gains. Shawls, Cloaks and Wraps, of all descriptions. Also, CASSIMERES, CLOTHS, JEANS, Flannels, Muslins, Blankets, and every article kept in a first class Dry Ooods store. Si BAriDKKS, 1 14 Main street, Wheeling, Wett Va. N. B E. W. Akmstroso. formerly of too firm of Mooney & Co., is wi'Ji the house, and would be pleased to see his friend at the above place, or fill their orders. oot2ti.3m AWATCII FH EE GIVEN GRATIS to every live man who will act as agent in a new, light, and honorable business, paying $30 a day. No gift enterprise. Mo humbug. No money wanted in advance. Address R. 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Special inducements to canvassers and those getting np clubs, specimen copies, postage free, foi 5o,- J. B. FORD & O., Ootl2w4. PnVs, 89 Park Row. N. Y. l&NTt WWTE8 FN PISF, fES2t Laws of Business. Containing iuu directions and forms for all transactions in every State, by THEOPHILDS PARSONS, LL. D., Professor of Law in Har vard University , A NEW BOOK FOR EVERYBODY; explain ing (he rights, duties and obligations of all the relations of life as well as every kind of contrast and legal obligation. An eco nomical and Safe Counselor and 4dvltter. so plain, full, accurate, And oom plete that no person can afford to be withent it. Embodying the re-ults of the labor and study of tbe host popular akd successful writer op law books In tub country. Send for onr descriptive oiroular and tes'imoniaU. Address, JONES, JUNKIN & CO., Chicago, 111, or NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. Cincinnati) I ORY GOODS, MONROE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY WOODSFIELD, OHIO OIlGAia-IZED JLJST 1 8 S 2 . Office, One door South of Dorr's Hotel. This Corupany has tio. Real Estate, of a capital, S 2 O O and conducts its business on the most approved and economical plan, taJHoo; riska emy First-Class, Detacfed property. Farn FniVirgs. Trlvate Dwellings, and 1heirContenU,sa. j (ring it safer than those insuring Mils, Factories, Wooden Rows, and other - property of similar hazard.. It is tLe chief aim of tb Directors todo a-safr. rather than a large bnsi- ness. as beinfr a surer gosrsnty to permanencv and of creator ultimate sucooss, their ml i to settle all losses promptly and fairly: and In soliciting patronage, do so with tho firm conviction that theilar adopted by their, will n tr the Company prrmsnent and safe t4j its policy holders, and at cheaper rates than any other' Company in tho State. 4Vi DIRECT IT. B. Hrr.t, F. Koftti.fr, .I.T.J UDKISS, W. T Hablan. Isaac Wet.su. John M Rowad. Wm. nrnr n. II. HlLL. PretiJent. F. KOTTITTR. jTW Hollistrs. Travl!ng Aent. AT B, - Tbe tiD'ler.-iutiid wi-lie. to iu Jtif form the citizens of M Woodstifld and vicinity wr&w that he hs A cpleiidid -tork of BOOTS A N D , S II O E S , For men. women and children,, now being opened. Tbe top of the fashion and the be.ni quality of goods kept constantly on hand. Also the finest assortment of HATS AND CAPS! ever brought to Woodsfield. - ALL MY GOODS WABBANTPD. I am prepared to take orders and insure a PERFECT FIT. CMy store is opposite the Barber-shop, East side of Main stteet.jgji PRICES ARE DOWN! And now is your time to buy your Boots & Shoes, afad Hats & Caps. Don't Forget Uie Place! And Call Soon and Often. nov3y. JACOB SCHNEIDER. WOOO!FIELD & BARESTILLE DAILY HACK LTNIi. The subscriber is now running a daily line ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Will leave Woodsfield daily at 8 o'clock, arriving at ttarnesvi.ie in time to conneoi with the Eastern and Western trains on the Central O. 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 proprietor also has a' livery sUole, and will furnhh Horse. Buggies, Carriages. Bo at all hours, wilu or without drivers SeptlY T. K Da VIS, Proprietor. ' Administrator's . Notice. Kf OTP'S is hereby given that the uodr il sigu-d has beeu tny appiiutnd A'lmin isrator of the m-tate of rtt-xekiali Uilt.iaie of Monroe couuty, Ohio, deceased, " u,;313 . .N . THOM S ilDRPHY Teacher's ' Notice. 'HE Board of Kxa-mners will hold met- A ood'lieid, as follows. October 9. SO, , November 13. 27, .".: Peoember 18, Kxauiinitious too in uenca at 3 o'olock A H. By order of the Board. aug31tL JAS. O. AMOS, Clerk. BOOK AGENTS WAOTED FOR M A tt:K TWAIN'S NEW JOOK,with 234 Engravings, THE . I EOCBITS ABROAD, Or the Mew Pilgrims Progress. Tin most readable, enjoyable, laughable, and popular bok printed for years Do you want to make money faster than vor before in your life? Sell this book. -500 vol umes sold in New York City in one day. 20, 000 volumes printed in advance and 'now ready for agents. Send for Circular to R. W. BLISS & CO., Toledo. Ohio, or NETTLETON & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. sepTwl. Save Fifty Dollars. . A NY PERSON wishing to purchase one of i. Grovesteen's Pianos, advertised in this paper, can save fifty dollars of the price by applying to the editor of hi paper. June WANTED. Teachers, Students! and other intelligent Men and Women, in a business paying $100 to $200 per month, ao cording to ability. For varticnlars, addnss ZEIGLER, McCURDY & CO., 514 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa, feb!8,1868. Probate Notice. IN consequence of the burning of the entire records and papers of the probate omce,on the 13lh of June last, it becomes necessary for Executors, Admin levators andGnardiana.wbo have not made final settlement with the' C'-nrt, to renew their bonds. Those An owing themselves interested in tho matter, Will please give it their immediate attention with out further notice. VY. T. SINCLAIR, ang20tf. Probate Judge.' Administrator's Notice. . . '.v - XTOTICK is herebv givu that the under- 1 signed hut been appointed Aauiinisra-1 tor of tho estate of William Kennedy, deo'd. !$. FICHABD WSlTKBAKsT; . K. '-; ;" 1. !n Premium Kotes, pecured by first Hon m OOO O R it 1 it 1 :- Thrts. ' WARfnrKf , H. P. KOTZIBTHB.-.; Sam'l HCTCHINSO!' R O MfT.ES, f. C. Nrzoa. Pktkb Diehl, Okey e Trecxvrrr. J T Jcdkinr. Secretary June 14, 1865. v; 1 ' V - vj- ' : - .-. 1 5 o f; n n ? I -Shoes! AT REDUCED PRICES I r H A R L ES L OBE NSTErN;5 1 Vnnff.t.nrr and Dealw in tj-V-i ti 0 OTS and SH;OESrr C l a r t n g t o n . " Cf'hi 6, Keetis constantly-on hand a largo Supply of custom made : , JniS Tff i.o o t s Va n d s h oVs! f M-n. Womm., Youths. Misses and ChlU ;rn'? Wear, of Prench and American Calf ind Kin Skjng. ai80 , i,r(?e an(j Tari,a M. T E A S T E R N; W O S'Kfrf . - - ." -- ,,.(t ; of the same wear, either at Wholesale or , Retail, will be sold at tbe lowest Cash Prioo. , mch31m6. CHARLES LOBENSTKUt- Tbe New York Mercantile JnurnaT;" ESTABLISHED 1868,' t Is published Weekly (Thursday morning,) k giving the host bxtbnsivi and accurate prici lists bvbr published is theU. S. It in strictly neutral as regards politios, but independent, in its criticisms upon all matters affecting the ! Commercial and Finanoial interests of tho Nation. . Prices are corrected Weekly np to the fcomr of publication, making The Journal almost indispensable to all dealers in Stocks.Gorem- ment Bonds, Dry Goods. Drugs, Chemicals, Paints. Oils, Groceries, Fish, Salt, country pro--, duce, Hardware, Iron, 8teel. Tin, Metals, Fun, Skins, Wools, Domestic and Foreign Fruits, Nuts. Hides, Leather, Tobaooos, Ac A The New York Mercantile Journal enters f this week upon its sixth year, Its deserved prosperity is exhibited in various improve- ments and in an enlargement from fonr to T eight pages," N. Y. World, Oct. 4, 1868. "The New York Mercantile Journal ie bow one of the largest Weeklies in the world,weIl filled ith tabular and other exhibits' of tho ' Produoe, Merchandise and Money Markets, which are further elucidated by judicious and ;, temperate editorials, . .Tho.Jf,Brnal is ' good paper, nd deserves-tho nros- perity it has achieved" N. Y. Tribune, Oot. 3, 1868. - - -1 ----- "The New York MERCAirms Journal As'' giving tabular and other exhibits of produce, merouana'8e ana money markets, The Jmr. ual will be found invaluable, while the tone of its editorials is marked by good sense and discrimination, As a paper of its lasa it is t ithout , a rival," Evening Express. . Now i York; s . Every business man should have The Jour-'; ual none can afford to 1)t without it, Sub scription prioe, ?5 00 per annum in advanoe, Address , . ; ' -. tti) 1 tie Jew lork, Mercantile Journal Co. . P.O Box 1919,", moh301y, No, 350 Pearl st, N. T. AGENTS WAra Jodoc wruJ3'BS3rp''BiJsitVatt. .? about tto QuiWauvuP-. BownTtfMiiid 01. lie crietm cKjsflrws and their dntfa. fds. i miwtSiaiHSW EBgravloga, Mo It eM I Us d . atbflr h ' n- te wmw I I. J ' - M ror um ii sua fooa t VftmVrPn lPhito,-K.4 .. i;Kwt3 j. fa I'M bau ' Election of District'Asse8sors., I1 HE Commissioners at the June aessim,18Q9,? decided that each township of the oounty. j be a District for the purpose of electing an As sessor of real property within each. District. The qualified electors of this' county -will, t the October election, I860. : beinar the eooad 't Tuesday, October 12,. 1869, .proceed to elect ,. qualified elector as Assessor of real property in each District or township. ' The judges of eleo uou snuu Keep a separaie pou-ooos -lor, lam y election of said Assessors; and the returns thereof shall be 'made to the County Auditor J who, with the Clerk of the . Court of Common Pleas shall open the same and declare the result; and the Auditor shall, within ten days after opening- such returns, give notice tO oaokottheO persons elected of his election. i s,. By order of the Commissioners. '-"' j ! i SAM'L GRIMSHATfriW , ( ( Auditor, M. C O. : June 15. 1869. ' . 1 " ExecutoNotice.3 WI? id NOTICE is heieby given that tho under signed was, on tho 3d day of Jury, 1861, appointed Executor of the estate of Thoma j Antill. deo'd, SAMDSu H, -ANTILL , aug17w3. - v-: .--vmii' Divorce.' hy! :C3 dT WESTLEY H. GIBBONS who II confined in the Penitentiary of the Stato ct tho SUte of Ohio, will take notice that ,Mry3,T J. Gibbons did, on the 20th day of August, 1869, file her petition fn' the offloe of the S Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas within V and for said connty of Monroe ..md Slate, of Ohio, asking that she may be divoreed from . the said Westley H. Gibbons for the reason that the said Westley H. Gibbons is now ooi $ fined in the Penitentiary of the Stato of Ohio, which petition will be for hearing ot tho next term of said conrt, commenoing November 1.1869 aug31w6. MARY J. GIBBONS. A . .-'T Legal NoticeJ JAMES WINSLOW, of tho City and State of ;T New York, will Uko notioe that, on IWr t second day of September, 1869, George W.' Woods filed a petition in tho court of oom mon pleas of Monroe ' connty. Ohio, against the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad Cow pany and yon, setting np a vendor's lien otf a strip of land sold to said railroad company fi9 in 1854, for a road, being a strip about si; hundred rods long, commencing at the lower,., end of plaintiff's land, on the Ohio. River," In' section twelve in Mouroe eonnty, and ending at tbe npper end o( plaintiff's farm,iQ Belmonv $J connty, Ohio, near Captina, aid. strip being . seventy five feet wide above plaintiff's houso sS and one hundred feet wide on that part of , the laud beloW the honae. amount dmtwtNi . - by the plaihtiff from said company ' $2,001' and 7 per cent, interest from Juno 1, 185 f,' and for sale of said atrip' of land to pay same. You are required to answer said petl," tion by the 23d of October next. ' ,s ! " HOLL1STER & OKIY.' aep7w6. Att'ya for plaintiffi -i-J ; :., ., ,n r.- ' . ,. e-i ' 7 . executed witn neatness' and dispatch. Give us aeaJU;, u ?K'iir