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Hew York Money Market IiLegai Noticed 1 -.. 1 .V V Ipartc-re o? Mails to ' l WopDSfTELD. , i now Includes BeallsvMa I ., arrive each evening at o i morning at 9 A. c , 'a arriyes Tuesdays and Wednesday and Saturday i. every Tuesday" evening. y morntngt at 7 A. . ' Ietta ervivoa Tuesdays and i Tedussday- and- baturdn,"- ; t,: iUft times will i--i thftise for which vthay s expired, and if no response ' a taken for granted that '.Si to renew their fabseri "r names will he erased. 3 13W, ad 6thttt numoer, a w , . V;le subscribers C2; six months 81. v: '... -V: . '" '- - . . . a, en i. . iriSeFinz ?ichine Co-r-H. Mil- SrVx-1twk&aoirUey; .V-" . t, ; . . .v.V-' f f ; A -ik Genin-1 5i6Mhoa. i;-iice--Geo. tt. Davenport.!:. fesl3 UoUister ysu oper, A. ,, . r . ..n rgle e-hsaibera to the r "IZ,The"Cfoanty Cbmmissionew 4eet pKStliOBOiy, the 7 last . ... . : - -j. -f ,v 'yL CrOur ice dealer pnt way a plenti ' 'terply of tea fast week. if1 ' :-' ' . ' "l J' " ; ' .1 "' J. 7 r Ch'We are prciwxed to do? all kinds -l-r jCworkin good atykvai low rates. Gire rsa ; ?.f,4: J -V. ; ' "' ' I ; C-bii'of tea yearly subscribers to ! ft? r: -? CI 50 eacli, and extra! copy - renewed obligations - for addition to his . ... .... 'v ' ' ..-A jlawKix, Jr., in the J5th year ' ' R 'Atleiition Is inyited 19 the; Gbasd rn :DxsT?iBUTi6it of Berkley & .L of Harietta;- O., pubhshed in s forwarding puaeles for jiost 'send Wie aaswers at - othrwlse ire shah dctKa'e : 1. J. j, un tne ioax iut,:.oy uvua x, jlr. StL-vkuos poon arid E. HeadlJ bcjth of this Lani Appraisers twill mot com- nc thr worklbefore kboat the first I of i.'ri. lite Auditor gTve aotice ; 3 f jr Appraisers p repon 10 inm ;- 1 j t-i intruchpni " 1 . ? ' Gatchk: i, of Washing tas our tLanks for four - caeonSji liycwork- of ilonroe. : V -: ,' I :: -x AcaDEJtr.-On vSaturday, ,C; t!L. a little ch'dd, three years of Jakes .IIcCasuotb,. 5t enton fil" tato . a, kettle oj ! boiling : , .cri.was s frightfully injured that "1 c-saed C.e folio wing mormng. V 4 ; , Hashed February ,15, 1870, at the 'K'SSzz t.f ty.e bride's mothef, Mrs. Ca iiTAa,' of Wheelingv West Va.', . It Eat, J. T. Sclutax, J. S. Jurdak ,?7fjj' Hiss Eimr Beexisghacs, eldest . do-tier ef the late Theo'pork BexiWq- r of JCoaroe County, Ohio, i1 FaiSax Czwiso Machinjs. Atttntion it dbvLu tolhe'card 'of this superior ! Machine, wLich will bo found innotber part of C.is paper. ' k reliabie party de- iKmg-'lto toehold of the matter in this ,V.- ssct:on may make a favorable arrange j .t by applying at once to IL Mim- cix, Ac-t at PittsburgU. r rzrDuring a recent meeting at We3t tltionl Monroe Cou'ntr, Ohio, there wew 45 additions added to" tab. Christian Ctrca by tne laoors ot tiaer j. A.itainingatone3auaioems,i-uzziuigruz- K7i.tr:i.h ;" . ' ' . ' .". ''. '-' lSl . i A"Tt JIarietta Eegitier of the 17th SSzito reach us.v Was there sdme ' la it the sub-editor did not care t Vs Beeing?.! Was he afraid we ain convict him of Jying r v .' -.. ,, : x OLD ScBSCRiBER.We received on mt v last ' 82 for Judge David : -x't subscription for the itcenly '. .lume of. the StiutS , ' ,'LJj been Judge Kirkbride's rule. rl:ch he has never varied, to visit ' .T c."2ce after the publication of Z t-i ' before No. 1 of the - new tria issued and pay 82 for the - -'-scription. - vy ; W ubsciiption. of 2,500 as 'he Jud-ie, pubusumg a v)!casaut and agreeable rman eoiiay eveaiog.the vauivea w lorm a oing- After t.i adoption of the Constitution and Ey-Us ta "olcctioa- 1o chose, offi cers was had, ihtch rcsultefl in, rthe e lection of the following named persona :. ; Des.lent liXKRY mixstermas. ; Ve President CuRisriA Ild.6tixo Secrifa'ry -William ScuxcfeLb. ; IV' lre? Jacob RhKOebk. ' '.' S , - if -' - - ..--- :.. i - . ' .-iMfc' nr vrultrM "... 'AEt Hoi3AB. ' V 1 .:sc NichXkt; 3t ' Jacob Scbxeipei:. . The meetings of the Society ; will bfc Honorary meniby-s . will be;, chosen and jdmltted -to. the jt oetlngs.i. 'y ' V. t j ' We hope tEe o'ciiy wilt prove a mo cca'aiij, in the.fiitur'e.jnteitain the put lie by Triving exhibittoB. 4 - " . -, Fortschritt und GJueck 3em.li(lert kraiias -; A wreath'of aoasl ' XSrThe question hasbften been asked by . those interested, 'Van I have my gray balr; restored to . Its .nata'ril color,, withont .coloring theekja ? and can my thin locki be thickened r. ;j We ah ewer, It can,' and would, advise you ty read VfrcatiaS oa. a hair which1 Is pub-' lishe'd by E: F Hllt'4 Cr, Nashua, N. It, who snd , it freet , opoa .application.. They are the proprietors .of HalUa Veg etable Sicilian Hair iUnewarl- ,We leara from it the hair, In- a tcrfecl 'Itafe ' bfl health, is coustaaUy tailui-it,nd new hairar arrow fronV fhc" sinie fcWs ,t In . . : y--- ''' i'i ,,;.ff.i('t ease of snv . disease of the acalp or by the use "'Of, alcoholic i vprepanttioni.'e hair 'lobe s. becomes ..contracted "t its moaEbTinv. '.WPtwKolHcXe fron reaching the anrfaceiv) Their prei- aratioa''will'' create a perfectlyibealthy condltibd of ihe scaland,' by jls tonic properties', will the roots Homes, Iolci' The Noble bounty iZewWicari,1 real spicy journal, has been enlarged to a seven column paper, and. otherwise im proved. The publishers have ourbest wishes for their financial success, but their politics, in the language of DpxK Piatt, are "ruining the country.".; ' ' The lIcCo'nnelsYille Conservative lias been enlarged to an eight column, to the page, aper, which ' speaks volumes for th valiant Democracy of Morgan. The CdWreakW:hiti its big neighbor, the Htrate, in its tender, spots once in a while; which makes it yell 'Copperhead ! with a vim. .' Bro Kelley will tefttrm the politics of 'Morgan yevr'j ,',V; lae dtarK uoaniy uemocrai appears in a new dress, which makes it look par ticularly "orignt. McGregor is sound. So is the J)cmocr. V Success. Brownsville, Feb. 24, 1870. -- fEDiTORs' briRiT: While puzaes are going the rounds I, Beid you one for the benefit of the curious. , : . :l: i Si :, . , i . i ,Thos. MuarnT. :'--l-S.SS:i rUZZLK IX RHYMB. ; ' Thr Was aaaan of Adam's raoe, s -i, -v- v- Who had a certain dwelling place, A horn complete, well covered o'er, ) , J Where no man dwelt inoe nor before. " 1 ' t ". t r1 ? r It was no rock, ad eate, &or glen, '; But curiously wrought within; '.; ; p ; . : It was neither in. Hear en nor in hellf - ' -' ; Nor on this efCrth wfcre ttortala dweR. ; . - Fray, if you know this man of fame! i : Tell where he lived and what his name, t -' JCdST'f be March number of liemojest's Monthly .Magazine is all agld mlii lit erary geofr, useful information, and a beautiful i5jilay of the Spring Fashions; Nq magazine f that comei to our taple .is so welcome or is carried to our iome with bo much satisfaction as Demurest' ft Mojithly The ladies.: are always in (te stacies ever its mint of attractions ahd artistic beauty. Each subscriber'at 85, besides securing a model pairldf imaga zine, also receives R3 a premium a large and beautiful engraVing, valued at'$iO, Address, Demorest's Monthly.C 38 Broadway1. ; liong live Demores A SrLEXTtm Magazine pon Boys and Girls. The March number of I)emo- rest's Young America is full of enter- Vzles, Music, audiumerons eleganVIIlus- trations. - The ' supplementary Chrorno picture in. the March, number is a real gem, and altogetuer loung America is a great pnze among pe juveniles. -y early 9V .50, with a splcadid . Chromo;1orth 8 3 : or a bound volume' df Boblnsdu ? . ... ... , , . Crasoe as apremiuia to each subscriber, Address, W; .Jennings Dcmorest," 838 Broadway, N. Y. . - - - ' ; ATh Spirit's Club Af eata. Oitr rlgciils are prora ring ' .subscriber's iii iivry Wvifiisiiip in tle county. -; . ; Thc peoilci'DemocAts and Republi cans; ate subscribing foi the Sratir, bo. cause they want a papeft contaihing the latest news: " ' : ' They' want' to know . waat is '(ranspir ing at home, besides ourarketrcports enable Ihcm to Rsk.nr recei the high presenre and strengthen OTttie ftalr. 5fa7csi, 27 J Vofhol- XOXl. - r Johx DxK-XJi. J, DORNBUSH, AMUXL . McVlY. .Jere. Williams. - 1 9 Jacob Affolter ....VYil'lum Hatdorn. .James Nesbitt. T. 8. Fowler. J ;.T. G. Allen. .3. A. Moboan A. W. Bquohxer .Caspeb"Yookey -tca.........;....... oammu 8. A, UBAHAM SnD8bory.........'.,........A.DAM ARNOLD Switzerland....... ..I.......... Jacob Davis. .Washington.............. W. J. Crawford. Wayne....... ...... ..V,. Auam Moose. . . . . .... . A full attendance is earnestly reques tcd.' " iJeRe Wnxusis, rr' --f " ' '; VhaiYinkk. : XStJosh Biiuxos gets off some good things occasionally. He has an eye 6n business.; Hear hira: ' "The business firm that hasn't got sand enough in their craw to expend a few" dollars in making theCr buinet$ known to three or four thoutiflid people, ought to pack up and go a peddling pea- nuts.n. , , ' Coscert at SARDis.--We learn that the people of Sardis and vicinity are to u'ave a musical 'entertainment on Tues day "and" Wednesday , evenings the 8th and 9th of March. ' Miss Mart Mel Lort,' a .young lady pessessed of fine musical talents, is to be the principal performer. ; :.; : :S -- -' 'S-- "The letter oft onr Columbus cor respondent published . on the first page Ai this issue, waa Yeived too late for our issue of the 22d ult.; It was written and mailed to go in that issue.' .S , ;, 9The several township treasurers of this county were in ; town la3t week receinng their proportion of funds. , Township orders- are all o. k. now;- Washington County Ners. ; . FroinftieirarietU Times, 17th nh. - The dam on the Muskingum river, at Rokeby, eight miles above McConncla ville, save way within the past week.i AborJlOO feet of the work 'was carried awajr . ' ' " ' " ' W hear tliat there is a good deal of activity in oil matters on White Oakland that new wells are being struck. Work will be vigorously prosecuted there the commgbpnng. - ,. 1 Gardner G. Hall, of Harmar, is fitting up the brick building hq commenced last fail as a business house. ' It is 24 by CO feet, And is two stoiies high. It will be quite an addition to that side of the riv er. . : S S ' ' . An interesting revival of "religion is in progress at the Centenary Church, in this city. A number have : professed conversion, and many have united with the church. Meetings have f een held at WWtney Ch'Ae! tt;ry nightfor a week or two past. -a .,v; ., - Marietta Oil Markk. Crude ta firm at 12112J cents at the mouth 6f pipe; 1 cents less on the TiiiL - Sales of 1000 barrels at this latter figures. . Eefincd is in moderate demand, in small lots, at 2d (,31 cents. Sales for the week, about lSOO barrels. Daily production on tfi'e Run, 500 barrels. m, '' . .V - The following exhibit shows the con dition of real estate matterr,in this fcOun- ty, from July 1, 1808, to July 1, 1859j ; Number of deeds recorded, : i r 1357' Number of leases recordedfc " ' . 144 Nnmbciof mortgages recorded,' 454 Number of mortgages canceled, - 170 Am't secured by mortgage, 8335,972 70 Amount released, 127,036 05 Am't due and uncanceled, 218,936 65 ; An attempt was made to rob the Duck Creek mail, a . week ago last Monday oight. The carrier was hailed, in a se cluded place, and ordered to stop. Re fusing to do so. the would-be robber raised a gnn and fired, the ball passing close by. the carrier's head. The fellow was about two hundred yards distant,be hind a tree, on the side of a hill.- He was eea and described by the earner, and those living in the vicinity think they kaow wfio fid is. The officers and citi zen's are on the look out for him.. ; ' ' Ou Friday last ilth . inst, .a young maa'aamederdmo Webber,liviag about two jmles from Matamoras,in this conn ty, was engaged in fox huutin: with some 01 bis neighbors. . . Wmle ne wat standing on a log, with the ttutt of his gun resting on the Jog; the gun slipped off. The hammferBtr'i'rck the log,causing the weapon to'4xi)ldde." The ball struck young , Webber in the cheek; passed up under the skiu,over the temple,and came out about two inches from the top of his head . Although the wound is a serious one, yet Jie is doing .Tery well, 3 aud ?will soon' recover. ; "- '' : Te Metaodists arc having a protract ed meetins'lu Harmar," aiid 'have had several acccssioiis to the church. : ; , 4 1. Ou Monday lasLA. W. McCrirniiAk ii- iSf?! upon the discharge' of his tdaties as Probate Judge of Washington coun-! ty, as acccssor W 15. W, Chamberliftj 'S. . V.H: Infrotltade; J"- a;;fc -- There is said to be a fierce and bitter opposition in,tho North German rParlia' ment against M. Bismark.the great Prus sian Premier.; Kow. but for him "there would not have been any such, body in existenCfli as the North German Parlia ment'."' He is its creator and he ericouh- tcrs the' ojopositioa of jealous jri'eoiocri ty and enemies hora: he has put there, just as UXumbtis did ia bimiu after be had discovered the Western' Continent, and WllllM Pitt did in Great Britain after be had won for it a rich : coloijial empire. Slations, or rather the 'parties and cliques by which they are governed, do not know the11 meaning of the word gratitude, ,'i ; . " : - f , , ' '; - 'A band or regularly organized coun terfeiters it) Pulaski, Wayne and adjoin ing counties of Kentucky, has been en gaged for some time in circulating sever al thousand dollars, of bogus ten dollars and fifty-cent United' Stales notes.' ' A clue hatf been obtained as td their head quarters and-; the early arrest of the gang IS looked for. " Judge Ivnight, of .the Circuit Court at St Louip, decided or Monday that debts cootcitctcd by a wife, must 1 collected from her husband, aud not. -from her s parite estate t - - "'A new; 'spoutlug " mtneral spritig has s ..vv:.. ocen accuioiiKiiiv tijscovcreu near rara iSiunrr Bimnd.?.1. '..iaT2 '"Fauuf V1. a o?"b vFr".'"ijw ones'. 101 otaea ibr toiral It tan a wate- ftWfa! Wf hih S7.J rm.;:r-s " aefosaadtwenty-fivo hnadredtlis of aa are.'": U liiado by 1. Bhutt, fVr'. J,. 1 ..IJH ZTI'n uV"-:V-" Appraisetat 10.;- , ; - , ipher. tlUwantiak 1 v- r ' -' AXJ" " T" i nines Arcns puuatMS,Jvv.., jtx i ,-r. araiwia, .atobMabssont ooBoaitol. Revival. -There has been another riven ery interesting series 01 mrcungs in MnrriHtnwn. in the t liiirch in which n,lRev. II. C. Pringle ministers. Sixteen persons navguccii auue ioaue.nurviij; Christians are greatly interested in the cause of their Redeemer. The Church I . . a t-s-j . 1 . SAl V a 4 JL MV VBB1BU1 ..v.v. a.h. . l.. lA UOVlVU'l VVUUllH'11) "V m . hwv w lssbled bv Rev. W. J. MeCouken of tfief rrebytery 6f, Zanesville, whbs4j preaching was rerj' etlirying and im pressive. To God be alt the praise hon or and glory.. Hurrah for Hurbah! The many friends of Mr. S. F. Booker and his ac complished wife, now residents of Iowa,' but formerly of this place, will no doubt be pleased to learn that although her y6'6ngest child was 13 years old, on Monday week last presented her husband with triplets--all three . females, each weighing four. pounds. The mother and two of the children "are doing well, the third is dead. This news when receivet'j created almost as much excitement here, as did the earthquake a few days ago in Saa Frafictsco wbcn the Vomeff wer 6 seer running through the street "bare-, headed tcrror-strickciC .? ' i Vf From the BarnesTille Enterprise, 24th nltl Measles Aliens i'ro 'Over one hun dred and fifty cases of Measles among the childreu of this yllhgc. , . - v Iu addition to Ihe I'i'eachers'.Kxamin ations announced last week, one will be held iu Barucsville on the 9th of March. ; .The protracted meeting at the Disci ples' Church will continue over next Sunday. , t The re Were seven additions trp to Monday niglit last - Home lopccts.Abeut twelver hun dred hogsheads of t'obacVo wilT bepack ked in Barnesville the preseut season For tfie first time sinre the war, Warren towhshrp lift- a stylos of wheat," and the fartners propose Tioldipg.611 Witun til they get more than ouc dollar, 1 : jicr bushel. We have also a surplus of corn, but, as fifty cents is the highest cash of fer, the holders refuse tq part ith it. Our surplus potatoij4s&cacds thaf hi any fotmer year ; aiirl of apples.we have an abundant' supply. . Of bacoik aud lard, we have none to spare, and shall probably havctojdraw oai Porkopolis,' for a part 'of 'our supply. Altogether our. condition is hopeful, and we , have no reason to despair. . : Ctiild Burned. A, deplorable acci dent TuVpixaed thia - plied (on Friday-. eveuing, which resulted 111 the death of a little boy, aged about three ycara,'i;be ionging to Mr. George Lovejoy. It seems thatduriiw tlw tteufDorar absehcewf thapai-cbta, tKeiilf '.wahfi to" the w'fiec) place to shake some crumbs from bis 1 ...... I. .- , . .... --;w ! lf apron, wuue-in inis position me apron canuht fire and beins of light materia! soon flatbed up and ignited othef 61oth- !nff r.. -. r.f ihn fliilil snnmlilv brought his father into the, house who hastifyt-xtifigiiishedtheHfeand rem6ilCHAfelj0n lAal. d'- ed the clothing, lne child, However, had received fatal injuries . byv iubal'uig the flames, aud by the action of fire p on the upper portion of the bodv- Af- ter living in agony until about midnight, death kindly came and relieved ihe little sufferer. .iJ!': ' Koblc :ountr Aews, From the Republican, 17th ult MAKiMEDr-January 31st, ot.7th: s'rxt Church, Zancsville, by Rev. E. J. Jones Mr. C. D. RoberfaoR "of Wheeling, W: Va., to Miss Mollie R. Oabura of No ble County Ohio." v : Chakge C H. Goodrich, Esq , for mer editor of this .paper has sold out his paper, the Moniteaa. Journal, and n-rtnA intr tlip-ttnieticfl. of medicine in uaiiiomia Missouri. ewisu mm euu- 'ccs. '-":'"' " ' "'" .. REUGioBS,Rev. G. G.; Walters of the M. E. Church closed a protracted effort, at Stone's School House,a few days ago, durinsr prosress of which thirty-nine ile'rsoTJs ttnitedKl Uie fthnrcbi 1 A pro uA'ctcd meeting at Sumraerfield, conduct ed' by Revs J. II. Doan and S. .Franklin, is awakening a deep interest in that town Thirty persons have been taken into the church, and the good work still contin ues.-- : : - - " - ''' Detuocratltllctorlea. -., We have further returns of 'democrat ic successes at the spring elections in the interior of the State. Chautauqua coun ty, the residence of the repdttlKaA'jep- aior in vongrcss, -vxuvruur xcuiaju, has elected a democratic- rnaloritv in. the Board of Supervisors -the first tlm'ej since the organization of the old anti Masonic oarty- ja 1828.:' Lewis county also elects a democratic majority of the Board the first since the organization of the radical party. 3r T. BerttldfiUk Ult. ' .'- 1 'S " '' j -' ..... ,,. j,-r '. : . i f' Anaaancetnemt mt tba Death of Minister BniiiBfjame. Depaxtmeka1 or State,) Washisgtojc, Feb. 23, 1870. Mr Dear Gexeral A; telegram this morning at twenty-five tninutes past nine, received frorn'M CurliHV.at St Peters burg, announces the death tof Mr, Bnr lirigime this morning. , Jb l'laste.'yom's, i -j. i :.- i-i ...HAlULTOa FlSB..--: ToHon. N.iP. Baxks. ' r i i a i 1 1- . COM MEKCI'AL. WOODSFIELD PRODUCE MABKET J 1 haa WaaleTi? wfcBii,T "I" v SATWiV-rreb'raa'ry WOU.! Wheat per bneVvff-t-iMJI .25 Flour per barrel.,v.;,..Mu4.1 .6,CO6,50 Flour per hundfea.?... 3,t)03,25 Corn per bushel.,. 75 Oata ,: ;.' ' i. -..-.. xV a vm"..:... :- v -""Mfivv'. BeaQs . .r.:.....i.........2,00 Flax-seed ' Barley . Butter pet !b u:?.s..r 1,50 .1,00130 Eggs pejr doxen.j Rags per Ib.... Itloffee ....... M ... ... Timothy seed it'"' u 15 3 "Jill .:,t:.;:.4,5U5,oa Clover seed.. Green Apples. '.'.50 Dried Apples. U; .. 1,50 ...2,50 ...3,50 .12,00 ...3.0Q Dried reaches B.s Salt..,: Hay, per- ton'.. Wood per cord Onions pbi bustiel.;.. Potatoes..,.,......;.:;;;; Corn meal per bushel 50 . . , - (-S Sorghum. moiasscs by the oil.......... 60 Socks per pair,.... ...,....,....o40(550 Bacon per pound.,.f..T........?t520 Beef per pund. ...... 10 Tallow r H.e-...v.V..W.t7. 124 Candles'-'r ..::.:.-j:';U-:jt.!i.'ii..;?.::25 Lard . " ",ft .;'v..:;,.'i.i.u.v,,,r.'.-;.:.l5 i.15 vwat )( iteelai.'. 8oep,(edniry) ,.. Feathers. .i....bi)a75 Tea i.iAui4n ..41r502,23 Syrup per gallon. r:'.'i.wA.4..'A-.r140 Molasses ;.T51,20 ..... , . The events of Wall street to-day are the most important since the opening of the new year, lool bonds sold at a pre mium in gold,wbile the latter fell to 116. udtrenoruift4ssl9tandHe frn Wk'fllingtOOjKat tbf8enlt?. "Suirdw of attachment therein. Amount" aVf a resolution ag&insi the farther lucre a-to IQI JurrcQcv ft - , '. asvd Irotn London, of the further rise iobona-s. . Slocks also fell 1 td J pet cent, and tbe or ttie. onithi yMe f a! t rn td'settVas'greaf, and 'weal'clcCa wVre sifujjhtered Ireely by, brokers, uovern meats also fell off in sympathy with gold The day was altogether a gala one for the bears. . - - .MONEY A trifla mo're'.actie At aC, on call. i T',.'-,. . STERLINtQuiet at 108108J, l-'OpLlXiower';., opened at 117$ and closed, at 116116. Clearances 350, T)00,fl(i0. Carrying rates at 4i7 per cent. GOVERNMENT STOCKS Lower but closed steady ; small offerings. -1 . CfOUPO.NS. Yeats.:. us,;... 1864..; 1866. .i . Bates. ......I-...:. 11B3.11J1 .1 s- A U4lall'5 j t:. iio,-; riflil llIO W1U " notice xnat on the 4to aaT 01 TUlV-'! "ii?f iDeeember, A. D. 1809. J.jhn N. Genin, as 14. ....4t3fin lacntetf Thwnas-H. 6eh!A,Vdeceitte filed hit l8C5.(new).. .....:.l 1 25a 1 1 18G7..... 1868.'..'., 10-4Oi. V112U2 lI32ailZi 112 al!2 CuTency Sixes Jie snb-treasur in bonds at 111 43 - Ci'ncn&!ati .Mai ket, i ' . v . ' . February 24. vFLOmi MalUtid abcUnRed. ' WBEATZ-UncGangVa and dull; red atlGal 08.r M t vt'URN Uochifaged sua rfull st .68a72c for dsiD&eed to pood, and 74c for choice aoaodiwhit ov yeU w. ' t-.r -1 OATFirwt at 53a54oi i ---'- (- Rf-A 8588eaBd dull. v - 11 1 1 B A RLE f -3)tttl' and nominally y a" 6hangert.'.., :,...;. .. ;v.,.Vh COTTON Ball and Jo lower, closing uqsettnd ; middlifat zze, oseuaniiuaiiRftA zije. . ksf tWH WoHMncWf Well Rid I .nT I MESSPOKbVrt-Sales 250 bbls city-at 27 no. BULK MEATS Nominally JOf, 144 14 and 15e for !hc'alders, irib, clear rib and clear sides, loose.. f" BACON Holders .asked foil prices for side's; sales of smalt lo.ts pf 10. to 15 at 16e fiirj clear, ribjapd for cleat.. Shoulders dull at 12gal2o. - HAMS-near cured atl8al9o.. . " LARD-Neglected and prices nominal g BUJT:K--5caef ad fir al 30a35c. EGGS Firm at 20c. '..rSEKDS-Clover, seed at .WJaUJc. Timothy at 425a4 50. Flaxseed at 2 SUGAR-UlafirdBiSiidat iOJilSJe! GOLD llei bnyinsr. . count buying HfilpJib-o7jr.rfcat I-JjJflW j .yi-' r J'-..'..:t.--r -1 ; - FLOUB In fair demand at 3 70a4 75 for spring extras. 'a'fl" iinn a rwa aT . Al . 1 a .1 a I ti a i.aaii ana.c.iowy SGJc; No. 2 dull and ae lower, at&OJi 80c ; closing at 80c; this afternoon the market was steady at 80Jc ctsu nd 8(71 8036. seller March, 1 'I '.' ( CORI r irmer, nomioal and 4lC ..... ...,-...TJlIlllHUmomit demanded f lOlifrjUi Jntereat at Wper ".(.PtitPfI 0t)O find f ceatf peraiftiifm Worn Jfc.vuB8r 2, 1BW5. -.Xrt!5 ',SaX . - are required to answer by the Kith day of -ApAl, lOOalll 7? 100. 1870. HOLLISTER OKFAV higher; ulesiB,2et3b n'd Hrtier.i'Bo 49a52c;-ld firnr at egiatJSjcoNoiSijjf (ilia auerooon.ivo. awii duuuuiiiy uiic. ;OATS-Quiet and loweirV iafc-N. 2f 38a3e; clo'sing at 3Je-" TIA V ' BYK-fCaiet and steady st 67a674c for No. 2 and C3a64c for rejected. -; j BARLEl Dull at '65a72 for No 2". HOGS Dressed steady, sod Fairly ac tive; closing at Id 50al5 TodJyidipg on 200 pounds.. Live 3'oiet at , 8 50a9 .371 t:.A....'.V-;.. - J-"- CATTLE Dulf at 1 mt 75.tiur common cows to extra shipping steers I'j .. ErroriorTputb',, ;? A pKNTLKMAN wae suffered for some years from Nerrons Debility, Prematura Decaynd all the eTets of youthful indisoratioBv will, for the sake of enffering humanity, send free to all who aeed It, the reeeipt'and directions for saal! thVslmple remedy br which tie was enred, " Caterers wishing to profit by the adrertiser's.ezDerience. can do so by addres. sing; In perfect 'ionflden'ca, .... toaia. -' Ko. 43 Cedar street, Now York; '- . To".Compllv). Jiii-S. TSit Adyertiser. haying boon restored to health in a few weeks, by a Tory simple rem odyjmer haying suffered aeyaral years with 1 aisyftf &2 ;jr8ctfi,vaad that dread Vd ease, Conaumptien-Js options, to, make knowato hU foUew-sulererf lSe ineans of eaievtrV ' J" 4Jv ito'.WTo Jj - To all wJ3J4sb;e it, i.e.wiU ssnd coay the prescription used fjtreji." Pf charge,) with the -, bUrwtUii for preparing and naiog too same Which they wUI n4 oai, fo Co80Mrribr,ASTHiiit' BboschitiS, etc.1,' The obfeot of tne adyertiser in aendinc the Bro- seriptioB is to benefit the afflicted, and spread j Inferufatloa which ho eoneetyea to be Inyam ble; and he.hopea erery jufferer wiu try atsl remedy, its ft will 'cost (ism fictulng', and may prove a blessing. - n , r Pirtios Jwis&log the prescription, 11! please address fi' "Bar. EDWARD V WILSON,' Willlamabar. Xinaa Co., Haw York." c: . 0- u . ma2&ly. - voia'-i ,iKt"" .-'iai ' no. 1 4v jSlienff; Salci i -.9. . ...... ' I ...-...!-.. MTaacea Hoitister' Administrator of Alexander . i; uf vit . a. TArmmroair. - - ti ... - : o' John Oooptr, CaUiariao Coopes hia wife, and F. , ',. - -it V') ,-A.Lftmpingf.? -fttSH 4i -H i Y fa-brtaoT of a. maadato' to- oao diweted from 4ho aoart OF, oeaamoa pleas of Bow- roe aoaBty, Oblo,4 will of er .for - sate of the frontdoor of tioi ooarl boaso 6s she tm of Woedfild between. the1 hewrs oL 0 'eloek a.miand,4 oSJoclc p.m., ow t! u-ijm - ' the following' described' real entate situate in 'Noroi vbonatyM0'b "lo wit The north w quarbr of the, northwest "quarter ofjaection pine, township four . And raDjfe.iw'f cgntainunf forty acres more or less. " ' . ': '!, " . .-... , QKOEQB CAbbWEtls Bheriff'and 8Beol'asaatr''M.'1X:?, rnohiwa, v . ,.. ";,4'",i"-" ,..i . :.'ia-ti' A Master Commissioner's Sale. J. N. Geain, Es'r. ?.(- ' ' VS. ' . '-. ' v . . 4 JcJia MoMalioal.; Xi.'Ss virtue of a mandate to me dlreeled B1 from thecenrtof commoo -pleas otoa. roe county, Ohio, I will offer for sain atthe trout door of the Court House in tho towa Bt woodsfield, between the honrs of, 1.8' o'olosk a. m. ana o siock p. m., vn - ,'r t I kj Juudoy, the 12th Joy of Ayrit. 1870; vno luuowuig aeM;niwi real esvaie iiuacerin Monroe "county, Ohio, to wit: The east half of the northwest quarter of section six town. Special jlOlUtS; ' 1 i T x MOBRI3, of the State of ruino? ii'- totice that Ooonre JL Davtnrw ! Aliaj-o bonty, in the state 01 unto, 4, f tlie ffcth day of Febrrihrr, A. I). 1870, fi til his 1 potitlun in the court of common plnis M-yliin "V """ Monroe.in mmi fttote ot mim.led in said petition is $137 87. with inter- lent on, (17 75 thcrauffrofn the 7th dur of March, A. D. 1800.. andmteregt on fll 61 thereof from the 2t)th dy of Jnly, i.A. IX 18(15, The auid defendant u notified that he U tied to appear and answer said .petition oq. er before the third Saturday alter rtM ou aay ot April, A. D. 1870. UiSUKUJS U. UA JiAUKT, by Amm Jt rtllffos, hit Atty' mi'hlwG. 'itiTmstrator's - Notice. NDTICK is hereby giren that the under aigned was on the 7th day of January, 1870, appointed Adminiatrator of the estate of William Grimrs, deo'd.. mchlw3. . JOHN GE!MK3, in iTisratice. Tf V ITILLIAM MOBLIXand Sophia J. Moblcy ' hi wife, who-reside out of the State of iTlwtttioa bf ths eoirt'of eortmdti leaifof Moif. roo eoilntT, Ohie, ttnVeelosoitt ifaoTtgag-iwv br.tbearnd Oliver QortnR osth(f Went half -of the northwest quarter of section thirty-six township three r.injre four, in said conuty; OKEYv feb22wC v rt--..Attyfr:piiiatifri? IjCgal Notice. TlRTP.Tl.VET.nTT l.n nwUoonuA .A.,n.L- 4thiBayiil Dctfcmber, Mf. ISCfr. ?,dhn N, Ge1 VV V.JAJ.w, p. ...... v-w M....U abffta IAeefttr tfi'hoiiiis H. lresiiuasecLl fileatt Wlitidif ine cJHH of conunr plfcaToft iuimroe county, viiuu iitiiusv uiiu oiia 1111am a m i a 1 s I lect the balance due on auid morbrage. You are rciiuired to answer said petition by the lUth 4r of April, 1870. - - ff. HOLLISTER & OKEY. ,, . foHWvft ArfVai frvl .Iir- ' Att'ys forpluinrTT.- BOOK A'dsJlTo' WAKTFD FOR r (. STRUGGLES AND TRimiPHS OF P T ,,ifRnTE5 by IIimsi:lf. Is One Large Oc tavo Volume Neahlt SOO Faoks Frin trd in Exqlihh" and German. SSEleoakt Full Page esoravisos It embraces Forty Teabs Beooiections of his Busy Life, as a Merchant, Manager, Banker, Lecturer, ' and Showman; and fives accounts of his imprison ment, his Failures, his Successful European Tours, and important Historical and Personal Reminiscences, replete with HiWor, Jpecdote and Entertain Norratire. No book puhliaheyl so acceptable to all classes, JEvery one wants it., Agcnta are selling froml SO to-' 106 a. week.' We offer extra terms and pay freight. Our Illustrated cataloyue and Terms to Ajrents sent free ... . . , J. B. BURR CO., Publishers, Hartford, Conn. 4UM l-iCgal INotice. ELIJAH BKNKTT. Blisha Deaett, Eiley Be Mt aetWa'-ii6ttibbi tier Inisband, will tSWchaU19tk day of r'ebraarr, 1870, Edmnnd M. Klce filed Mn ifcaa tWmofcaW 1 1 -jaTaal tat IimrH oounty. Ohio, his petitiMlin and by which he domands partition of the southeast qnar tTV oj tb soatttwesi qaartar si aeetted tn fy-siz in township lour .of range ua. aa the ortheast quarter of the northwest quarter section .twenty-fire iek4waship aMQit -of range six, is stowoe county i'bia wharaia aaid Kdmnnd M. Rieo eltiras to-own ana ndU rided tlttS partrand ltt th said Elijah Be nett, Klfsha Benett, RiWy 4nt and Eoaana Stiibba each owe one nndirided fifth part.and that at 'he April term said Eilmun i M. Rice wl 1 ask for an order of partition or. such other proceedings as may be authorised by law. EDMUND M. RUli. '- By HoLusrja & Oast, AU'ys. fsbliwd. fj i ; -op Sheriff - Stephen Potts ' w w-v i ! 6t iK'hU i-1 It fill ) A 8Yvt od virtue of an order of sale to me direct- from the coort of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the front door of tho Colfi) Donse la the town of Woodsfield, on Tuetday, f llt day of March, 1870, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4, o'nlotk' pi m, tho following deJftrlbod real as iate situate in said county of Monroe, to wit: The sonth half of tho southwest quarter of stction eleven In township fire ef rtfnge six; alio, tho northwest quarter ,otf.tfca aoatbwoBt quarter of tho same section, township and range, np'on tho legal terms, ' 43 ... v , UKOKUK CALDWKLL. fabl5w5. , 4. , JherifT M. C..0. , i;rM fu vrita) -- ei!T 6i' iUJ;(0-Il.f IBTTn"" Dissolution. !rfi T f AVINQ dissolved tho partnership of the 1 firm of Jacob Boemer & Son, the aenlor parttferriH ntipnd tho, bajineis JmtbSaraj 7 i ! . . . ''la' to ell nis present stoea ot gooas, eonsisung of dry goods, notions, boots and shoes, hata, qaeensware, hardware, ' glass, Ao., Ac , at greatly redoeed prices. He will also settle the books of tho UU 'flrmani-isles all per sons knowing themselvea indebted to us to eom? and settle. JACOB ROPMRR. Clarington, 0., Feb. 15, 16t0; 3. 'i ) i) I a m c B-a i 6 i ilW O T I O 2D I few Pliotojsrrapli Gallej-yJ Wl pSyQ-SVSFS F J E L"'I) '. "V"OU have been bnmbngged so often by get J. : ting bad plotnres 'and getting your watchea spoiled; but this workman is from PhUadelpWfcftn.dkas had Ue yeara experi, enee ta pUetpgrapUislgijas si j. years asperL leHco iitbo klgin -Watob Paeidry;he feels aS-1 sured he can give perfect satisfaction i'a pho tographing ad watb.ropalrin. . liiai ftioeS are: -: ; ' -. . . . ' . One Single Ficinrc 25 Cent. Q - . .......... 1 80 t.'l' , A person ordering 13 photographs will d. aw a prize worth from $1 fi0Ao.Slr 00. Tho frtl Slot to bo drawn are Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry of all designs, Albums, Penknives! Qold and Silver Rings, and hundreds of other article the least articles drawn are worth $1 5940 f1$ P0 . , ..WiW ti WAT C II II A K E . The rrtist is also a practical watchmaker. He baa constantly pu hand Watchea, Clocks aud Jewelry. (Ue has hasixyoaM axpefieaee in tho Elgin Vfc&h l4ctery. . Bis pric es are!- - Watch cleaning.. ....50c Mainspring ........... . .6P l-Case spring.... . . . . . . ,...35 trystai v,..Tav.,..mT. u?.vr Clockclngf ' . J . St I!. . . S ft Qiv.e him a trial and yoti will never rrV, ' If you want a good photograph come ii'sr clondy day. Children under. 4 vesra sheubi eo toe between the hours of 10 and 3 on elea- 1VKI IKK!! 3; llvK!!t - in the knvwn world Wattb maker and Photo- ink ' should call ai his Miaslermsa'r lii Melotniwife,) 411w Qkey aad Johagft'. tin. datVab JlU8:)BnWbeo ..',--. a . .-- ' mm n 01 TOSITE THE COURTHOUSE, l v . ss y 'i V:': '- ' - : SI ' - Un -Mtttn Vrois ktrect, villi IJ; 31 :iE.PiHS,iil ;;! t S- JDrdliiads, , NOT i. pr And We Largest' icriTi 'ijM Xssoiitrnentt6f t DIRKCTVKRPH.. TH E M "A 3 tTP'A C T U!R"E ;R!S;, ' . . a.-- ,1 . a . and Will sojd aljAaji th fame at' f .. ..v:- - . I W--ITlli'i ' ' .iC' i"s .IVllaUC. ... &i iJ- , 1 a e' ' i.l 1 1 L ... 1 ' - ' Sranil. Square aiit Up right 1 THRSB raSTRmjlKtS flAVINfl BEKtf Bb fore the pnblic for tho' past thirty years, ha-e npon their excellence a.lsne, attained an nnporchasei prSinxnienoo that ptonoanees them nnequAlled., . . , . ' , : Theia TNBcomblnes great powertckness, sweetnoas, and fine singing quality, r u well as groat parity of '-tetoniUioa an.di .barmoni onsness thronghont.tbe .entire scale,, : , Tho TOUCH is pliant and elastic and. i.s entirely free from-' 4he- sfiffuess found in so manvpiau,whioh.oau3es the pet former to so,easily tire. In WORKMASmP. tbef cannot bo . ex- betledi Their' otioa; ifA'constrncted with i care and attention Jo ever part therein that charaoUriaeat.Abefinest' mechanism..' Nene but the best seasoned . material is used in their manufacturo, and,Jtfey .Jfill. fowpt the hard usage qt fke. concert, 'room with that pf tho ps.rjor dpdn an e4nality, anaffected in their melody; Inlaot they aro constructed ' -Hot for a Yar, but rorever.' -All of Kxaaa's. .Sqitau Piskos havo tholi nw improved Grind : - Boale ' ad tho Patea X A'araffe TrebTrfta wetiev $ octaves." - rATBNT GJlAfjlTJy) A0O03T 11, 386, WBlch is conceded by all .onr greatest artists and critics to be the' grandest improvement nsod In. Jtho -eowftitoljiau; of,PiaoSf Every- instrament fUVj warranted for "five years, Rareroohis'i? A r "T? Edtl State sL, " V rcotUMBTJS; O., And, XeK8$t&.ZM e&CtlKeei : ' ' . -:.TCIVfiWOtl,-' - ' v . ui ftf.'i't- '. ..'.' .-,'r , JOIl.i.SEX.TZU& CO.,. r - . - 1 Ueteial Eolesale and Retail; Agents, We are aJso g9ts for ft. P. NK8DHAM & SON'S and 1 HElS,4 GOODMAN'S celebra ted Obgajs and Us loo song, no doubt the best iustiBmenta -'o their k nd made in this country. - Also, . keep a fnll stock of Subrt Hosic and Is.stRDCTfox Beoxa together with overy variety of'stasioal Uercbsndise, such as Brass and Btivss TirsTBtf g!rrs, Violfns,' Ouitars, Fratos1,'- Aeoordeons, Platinas, Cjn certiuss, ' Hstmefltcas, Yiol-.noellos, Doable BassesV PifJi-DrttmfV8tolgi Covers, Ac 'The FAMOUS PAQ A N IK1-8TRIN9S, best ma.l'e' :ia the world. Orders from a distance promptly and carefully executed. .. . - ' A visit is retpectrajly solicited to the old and reliable Music 'llsadquarters.where prices are most moleraU. . v ... .-, ; , -, ., ,. JOHN SELTZER Jt CO, .Proprietors. " i The Itnabs Piano. Next to books there is no inanimate thinjr id the houne that can produce, so much profitable pleasure as a Piano, , A library and a Piano are dvnibnls of "si libA-'lBivilixation.' 4ThosO 'two spread the 'ilbblor banqueti where the wiiil b '";. .;.s ; V--.. MtsSipJiffl m . .1 at a -.a-i-Aff . oomnafilons the noblest spirits that ever bought ipon eM&and Jpnnit ui to rejjjuj chiUb"'u amder the influence of the noblest . nsu;i"J,i Uie P(rwith-mmplecantaoaabrtnf us q 80B' "fl Pianos tiiaun- factnred, it must be admitted none have con tributed so-. nob Aoabo happiness. of our homes'. as tbo eebratediastmments'.'flsed by ; tho tbomawH in very quarts of . the globe, and manufactured . by the world, raw nowned, ,bouse of Messrs. Wn, SLsiss A Co., Baltimore.'' Those' Pianos bays .been before the. puWie- for ' more than. 40 ' years, ' with a steady increase , of popularity, .until to-day they ar proaoaaood- by the greatest artists amateurs, aact tho universal jndgment of tho pnbjio t large. w,be. the bkt and most as(t ABU Pianos made in the .World, t' jJoHX SstTsnt -4 A 1 -Wholesale and Retail Agents for the nneqaaled Knabe fiano, 1 1 a 13. East State StreMCCornmbns, O. anj3Al6w ,- ;, . ,.. ' -"T-waTtlSdTAgetrts male or female) for tho PIIYSI CAX I I F E OF . :j:'flWOMAN;; :V -. ' AnVlea T0 T.if'Mi1pB!ii Wira' ab Motbss By Dr. I4apbesvCbhif of Clinic of Jefferson Medical Collect;-Philadelphia Just ' issued. A BAys, reaa m)k Discuases topios el vital importance to ever 'woman. The most aale ablo book ot the, .day. 10,000 topics sold already! . Recommended by Surgeon General W. A. Hammond, Henry 'Ward Beecher and" UosU of otber.eiurbebt physicians aud cle'r g-ymen. Ternu most liberal. Send for cir culars, trtstimonlaTs, ate. ,' Address B. HAN NAFORD 4 CO., Publishrrs, 177 West Funrth street,,Cincluatl, t "; P. S. Also wanted Agents for tho Peoria's Law BooxVamast beautiful Fa hilt Bibls, and other Fowf-CMsa Wo as.J. ; ,bblw4 - AOBTS.wantedovery,whero for. , ' v;i.afL:ri;AND twi. A..XT N T XT S 'l- KxrioAtid or ras Nat Tbibotabibs or ABrsiKKU'BySlrfc'W.BakeV.tho celebrated English' Explorer, and discoverer of the Lke Albert Nyaoia,cbe er the long'nuknotrn and mysterious sources of tho river Nile. Beau tifully ill nitrated from sketches by the great explorer, blmseir,' abd . maps, partly in Colors. A mott fastitnktlng book. 'Cpnibiaes all the x!itemcu: 'of 'romance with ths aeiolule trnibfulness ot history.' Bells very fast. No otbs Book' '"A ALii uxs tr. : Terms most lib isal-.",1ceud' for circulars, old. 1 Address Tt HAHNAFORD & CO; Publishers, 177 West E'ourtb Streot,"Clntnnati. 1 P. B.Alo,'wtf ed tgent for Oreeley'a Abbbicas Cb'icVttcT anil two most - popular and salable Boveltiin fdr agokitt- to pay expends with' wble i-an-vaasing.. y '' ::s ' f ' ' feblw rBlank; Deeds, -and" Moi t Trvii8-- K7 if irVT i" 1 meerschaum p'pes.silver roouutedd par' . As bookftbring ukto our daily circle as fanuUarr'",,sv, ' . - VlIiT , - from thsw,al,eep,ytie,brqtuerhoooot, nersuadea them.to.awell among ns. Of the enormous 'variety 1 gages for le at ;his officp. I waaef rd oj Dertwi ar.', ' simple remedy, and will send t rt. " ; :-.lf '.:v.for-.,, -; . ... . , - PBlST';ANt) XTTjri .' Applyiatonde to CEITrEXDEJf k iZcZS'l--KEY.-- 1308 Chestnut st, riiildelptU, I if HINULBX JMirripQtAACninJ FOR FAMILY USKr-WfL obrao, wlial'a, - KarrssTSKviKiso- .SrRNTSvWANfBD, nlar ank sanipla .stookipg rt'ca, ' Ad.trnM HINKLKY KNITTING MaCHINR 2 Woai'.--4th street, CinokiuaU.b'io. f v -. 1Alwt ' "' 7""vrr-" T7" " :.''i'."t.i'"''"l. ; : 732 IN 31.SAY8.;;; (....!.. S.. . Vade "by. one Agnt. ' wlHng..lUvVa Jfctflit-Yf' Elastic Broox. Over 5t5,CCt; now in uSe,: 'bi 'commended by Hon. Horace Oreeliiy5 a&d tlio -Amerioan AgTicnltnristi One oany lesesv. ed for each Agent.-vC.; A. Cisoo A Coli. y Cortland t street N. Y. -..: , ;....,;,,:;' .'N IflRKAT CHANCElv AGBTfTS TflTTOt l.V OU agents, malo ot ressato,bst )trgs world?rwBd:PAisCvar-:T Mstuta .TCariliRK iCLoraaa LoatV-.. Cheapest aud J&est vlothes iiaes la 4i. 9 world: only 3. cts. cBr foot and will but a hundred' years. .Ad'dses'the Kddioa River . uirevo., 19 vvm. liiritimnes1" , in i ",CA.NVAS5isa-BooKs 6ent.i;rks roa, . . ; PARIS-by Sunlight 'Qs A WORK descriptive of the . itSTKSli,;;h . X yiRrUKaVrCR SPLBSDORT aidi! f 1. - ikr-vmtii-ot tne liirx oir raaia 1 s.i.r It tells towParu has leeotiw tbo.'rayei , ' and most Beautj.ful City in, the worldj.bowj) S -Beauty arid Splendor are purchased at A fear ful eot of Misery and SoflVring: bow vlaltor11'' are-swindled by ProfessiouAl ailyva strWiir how VirtAii anil Vif.w on urn In.irm . li:kldi B Beajuirfftl pjow the AnestlesifiwCmaW . 'V - are comniiitca. s4nd,'Coaoealed;a.ow.a vwy.,s2t( . iqnauderea , iu . u'lta ldxaty; a id contain " over 15tj flue engravings:of n6rof 'ptace)3lfV"'i ; andssenes "in Paris. " Agni.WsMt.S vasf- '' krassing book aent free,.. Alns&'i;!,!irVi. . ' -, NATIONAL P.UB143HU0 fC f.? Cbieago, IUn Cincinnati, 0 t or StvLpuu I"'.' ' $7J;ro;:.;$2do u,M0K111 ; Hveryarhere.male and fea!e,toiutrod4oa (ko I V Genuine IfiUVoced .Vommonf iStuM.V ' ' FAMILY mm MACHINIT ' This 'machine will stitch,, bens, fell, tuck, f -qnilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a" ' most superior manner.' " .-- 1 w , IPRICE OXIaY 18 bbCriS;1!,; : r ir'ii Wkieffjir Firt Ttftrtb'S'. ''- : We will psy $1,000 for ley maebiaeihat wilF . ' ) sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more ' - . - obwuo seam, than oursy It ''' ' r . makes the t .';.fo..: ; t rf S - ".ELASTIC LOCK STtTCUf y': Krery second stitch oan be cat, and Still the" olotb cannot be pulled apart withont toaria '-. -iL W pay agents $7 to $i00per month ; -and expenses, or a commission ' from, which, twice that amount caw be mad. . Aliraja n, ,,.r 7 becomb & Co.,. PiUsburgb.Pa.; Boston, Mass.,or St. Loaia,)fo' :' CAUTION.-Biwar pf all Agents' Beia-y '; f . machines ander the same name as hnrS, ne-i ';v lesa they can show a CetilcatOf Ageae'.'V. ' signed by us. We "shtll - not bold omrelef ': responsible for worthless niachlues a ld b., ether parties, and shad prosecute all parties , . either Selling .'or nstng machinea under this . ' name to the full extent of the-law,' anle7i' such machines were obt&lne l from us b or Agents.' Do not be impossl 'npon ty paH.Ji ,' : who cepy bur' advertisements and drcttlars sad offer1 worthless machines at a less pr1.- ' . .w T ., ; ',i .V-';rr'. . ' Farmer's Helpcrv SHOWS HOW-TO DOUBITB THEPfXF-: ITS OF THE F ABU; and shows bpw I art. . ' r 'S tacrs tfflfd- -their -SonO-can- each ntakc f tOO rra -,J U05TH ia "Whiter. 10.000 copies will be nuCed" '; free to farmers.'' Soud name andi-addnus to ZEIGLEB, McCUEDY & CO., CinoiAna The MaA'ic Comb L, beard to a permanent blackor brown. It ' 1 contains ao roisoir. Anyone oaa ne H. Cio - sent bv mail for $," Address :j ;3i -"" ; MACflC COM B CO.pringfieliL MaSf.r t . ' ;-tw Smoking Tobacco is an excellent- artiu.S if ' granulated Virginia..'' i.infr; r" :'"? I ':; Wherever introduced it is aaiveesll vi. 'admired. i It is Pt an in .handsome linen b-s.ia which orders for Meerschanm pipes Ire Cwy -packed, . ';-.''JT .'.: ' Smoking Tobacoo ht no snpwrioriilfcj if -;. nicotiaizod, it oannot injaro naryeiest oosmU- r ,ift tattoos, or people sf eodoatary babita, . f. - It. is produced from . selections ,o,f' I v finest stock, and prepared by a patented al . ' original manner. ; -',:.' ' . " ' '.' .'-:; It is very aromatic mMl.aud ligbtln w't" hence it will last mooh longer than oti.-... '" nor does H'bnrn or sHag tho tongaev bv mw j disagnble aftot-taete t .ui fJizvi UrOerS lor genuine, eifgauny oa: in neat leather pocket cisei.aro plai'od.ia t-o . lacut uiuu irau 1 aayy., . has n tnperidr anywhere;.". lacut uiuu orau 1 aaiy. . -. (r,? 1 I,oriilartsi tfciStujc. S' rCbewVg Tobacoo, S'y : Ttls bwnd 'ot Fine Cut Cbefinjr To'ta;'' '-f tvi.'lai without .doubti! tba teat's wiaa;:) tobacco ia, the countrj-,! : .u-v t:jsv r?i. iU' -r , l)rlllareTs"Saaiifl; i.f.-.f. Have been. n general pao Ja .the , United over llOtors, and .ajtjU sadgod "tte ' -" heat", wherever need. . If your storoeeper dos not kaoo xtff r -t' : 'tides for sale, a hiru to gjt them, x (i.N-i'-r. They are sold by reenectablo iobberk.sbj'Ct - ... - jircubirs mailed on anplicition. ' t K ; - l. LORILLA11U a, CO,;? ; ji : deel4wl3.-.v ' ' ' :'i:;iewIerk..-!: mt: the r.':auv "SWO rORACISCILW Ui, -n Kew York Office 7 EEXSMAH IT, . f1 . t , . ..... - r-w.,T-:' ' - kn; lecah Notice . TOTICK is.bereby. givon i& Bttatel vr Lll .APd, Iaao Clino her nusoaua; tne a-.. knowabeirs of Satab. ClioA .w'e tt ' .,; v. Clino;; Sc'mabtha Cox acd 1Vl.m Coir L J I f hBsbATid, Sarah Gates and 'JoSa C i-1'! Theodore Clino heir of Amanda- CT.. T - V Hall. Poter Hall, Job i W.Haa and ;T , Hal) beirs of -Susan Hall; Stacy t. V- V,i;i .' Thouias Cliae her husbin 1 and Joba I 'T.'-.t -Nancy Ford iwi-Bpaeu Ford "her Jin'-sii; -' Emily uowltda fad Jopb-Knowlton bv -' hniband.-James Beaver, Thcmas Xt. tiawer-f -: and Adaliaii,: Finney and E. 1 jFinnev ke :(' husband. tbt Kancy bVardmore an J ' Beardmore her husband, -on tb 15tb ?',, February, J870, filed rn tbe'eonrt of o pleas of Monroe ' county', Ohio, their p;.. against them, and the same is therein f ' ' ing, in which they demand partitioBe" . j y mllowiug lanls, to wit; Tho aortbaast r ;-.-t ' of the northeast q yter of e" " I " bbo in township (our of x northwest pjiarter o!T"tf('e " . ef sootion thirty ona "in tc ;Ap i range fj. a-ld the no'rtbV.U qnarur .fouihw'eft qnarter of s.'on tweuty fir townsS p fcr of range ' In " . iroe ee Ob'o;s'id p:titlone- alA loe,.9 -ondiyed seventh.. 4.1. said JaO'Ia, the Aprd ternKJo '- t caa.-t t' foranndorefpaititiea. ' ' yyCQU'tV-"' " ' " " for. 'If A BeAa&aoc i. - Jl'. febf