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, waist. : ioby:' f Kll'M I ( . ill I . f t55tu $ct'u:2 InivoaeA.vvhose 3uitr.;ess UNION - PLANING" MILLS, Mtaafsstureis and Daalers - j In all kf wis ot FLOORING, Waath- iiilW' PHiilll iiillSiiS p 1 5 g s tJ ps $ pifl 4 $ q i I fj y I a & a h rboartlhij. fti'd rrauie.s. Windows, Doors Mi nldititf, ti.iliu- lOiiS MTts ' llliSUC'.'l'SStu ten wifv a silver tea set, the bri Jal if c tt ' rich uadt, doomed ujo to tiuaniiul ruiu. ! It invglve.i m huuJieit um'xj'Ptti-tl ts -j - peimes, which, iu trying to ' VikW liavu ! 6ir , a taU, iav'i uu tie liiiknii't, that I am." His WIUCIS. Brackets, SLnlteis, ;i:i(.p. i'U-kets. fulr Bailinc, Furniture. I wuv), icss wise, go not know l ie vf the Loiise, woikiiiv its or. ni.r, 4'., (I. of mv.y jjMitl LO'.IY, FEKY & CO. I &rdii. llouroe Cd., Ohio. AT- 1 E & MO I ? Iriolah-'a Sin '!? Aol ins. Non-Free ziua-- Combi;;: ILyduacuc a:sd JL ouch ; llll'-tlOU. A h"!' acinus ithiirn mvnt r - - . . , WfcaHhei-cwd;!),;iy inorliticJ his tlanh 'O w M-'or Jerirtf frnriDtt-tt'-tfn her veil- Pcyi. 1'utented June 6. Jb7l. ding wnrds, "No prefects txeqit tinsel Manufactured at. Bridgeport, Oh! maura w an income or i,w-u.- &at j pjea'jii, fTrmrr.i1rr-The Brti be, "iou rausi coi cx:)cc.t lo U'tiu lite :o:- EAGLE PLANING MILLS. J. P. PPP.5K. M VFHX. r. MfTKlCK J F.:Jf lilERR, -MEHL k CO., DEAI.EUS IN mi n m mm. MANCPACTL'i KRS or FLO Oli IXG.WEATHER ROAKD- ix(i, i".5A.HKs,iooi;s, sash, Shutters, liracliots, Mould iujjs, l'iil in s. Boxes, and ull kinds of PUKNITUEE. Faraiture Rooms ou Ferry street, J IT D ICvl N S V II E A D is always the Cheapest. We ira now prvi'ltrptl tu f!'l o d-rs. or pnt in tLcsf ptimps ou fboit nolit, au.i gnarauti-e 3a lla dtj-le I a:b uWe, hyiiahy yt-ncs of labor, ty induhie: hnd l kuow of nath iag which will tempt VOll to try it KlOie ; entire iatififctivi, ul wonid call tb attn than the well inlcr.tiuned but pernicious j tion of tL pnblio to tU following adrnta gins of rich friends." !uch advice to . daughter was . timely... . If .ther imi ufa wouiu fujiow the same plan, many youug raeu would be spared yi ars .f incessant toil an J.inxiety ; they r.u'd sot find thcuiselvea on the uowuwaid ! NEW WILTE GOODS fur LADIES' aud MISSES SUITS! ( larisigiou. road jbf ae their: wies: bad worn their salary, or expeuded it ou the ap pointaients of theh ouse. Tlie fate id the poor mau who fouud a linchpin, and 0felt liim.selt. obliged topiake a. carriage UJt f QfrtieJ 1 tlyu UuijUijd who fnda bis bride iu possession of gold jswdrstSvjr vsluable-a, ad . m) rlariu come to "support the owner's of goli .uiilu f.Mwed.- i . , -. . Ttl Dtlrinf; thXi-txferilination of one of the East , WorewteJ pHiiiary schools the Wacherjput'nef pupils through a t series 'Jcf questioTps in local, geography,,,' show ing their knowledge or, tLe svajaous jstreets.vUianufactones.jBud, branches of business. , Afieiward.gcutleiutu present were cajied fcpod fot remark8,r.d among -others one whose Toice and name are well known in temjeranee circles. Be ing desirous of making apoint.be ppoke commendingly of the exerci6es,and then aaidt i -i f V'' " ';. f j'1" "Bin'spthere are places in this city where the business carried on is to make loafers can any of you tell mc ef such place V' .'" : ; There was a pause for m moment, when one boy held up his hand ; the teacher told him to answer, and he shouted out, ;"At the p'iice office!': v i Tha answer was hot just what was ex pected, and the' tenperance application which wonld have followed ; the correct one was forgotten 1 in . the hearty laugh which followed. , ;, " , Connectict paper says : "If that ac eordeon artist, who so assHliously prac tice Shoo Fly,' and other classical mu ic,f opposite this office, will call at the American Consul's houe, Honolulu, he will be liberally rewarded." " The statistician of an Eastern paper tVers that the flies are so good n at u red this sesson, that a ell-oreanized one will allow himself to be brushed off in editor's nose eighty eeyen times and "not show any temper. -, Th test definition of scandal ever ttive,' according to Arthur Helpswas that of toe Jittle girl, who described it thusi ''Kobody does noJLLii g, and erery body goeson teiliag it ""every where." That is be'tef than the dictionary. .s.f A Danbnry minister, perpetrated a ?croel Joke on a recent Sunday. One of the tenor singers aad just had his hair cut Terr ahort, accordine to the prevail ting fashion,wliertBfon the minister gave , oat. the" h3int vliirer my defenceless bead." I The. Tonne : man . blushed, the .'girls dittdt-afid the sensation was pro V- A'"wbodeTi wdincmarryin? aMock head. A jdldeneddingJ-marrying for money, , A crystal .wedding--marrying "glass eye." ' A tfn wedajng--riiarryr intf V milkmaid." A. '"w' we'dding marrying m cauor. a surer weaning mrhin "an oW ' maid of sixtvi " An iron weddiBgnarTiing a .b!ackrr.ith, A lines wedding marrying a laundress. Tw67rliinen were' working in a quar. iTylwhen'bne-of Ihem felV into a deep auarrv-hole. The osher, alsrmed. came ta the marcin of the ho, nd called outi "Arrab, Pat, are you kilt entirely "If you're dead spake." - Pat reassured . Jiitn from the hcttom .by . saying, in an wer. '.'No. Tim, ' Ym : - net dead, but . A beggf asked for a piece of bread '-tad butter at a house the other day, and j on a couple of llices being' flercd to himi he immrniiately refused it. "Whst's 'the. matter?" asked the ionor; !isn't -this-, good bread?" -'Yes; .the bread c food enoagli," said the beggar. "Well , ian't the butler good, too ?" "Yes ; I'vt I no fault to find with the butter." Well 4 then;., what is the matter?" 'I don't rjiia the way it's spread on," growled -the fastidioas mendicant. , Hartranft was elected ArditorGenera ''bf PeBBsylTania in 1868 by a roajoiiy ol ,. ,677. In 1869 Geai-y was elected Gov ernor by amajoritv of less than 5. COO. '.As full a toie will probably be called out ; this year as in in 1869, when a change of 5,000 will elect Buckalew. rDr.,Pusey,of London, threaters wit terrible tbings those who are trying to 1 expunge 'the dsmnatcrj' Tc!aee in the ". Athanaeian creed lrom the service of the Episcopal Church, lie hints at some ' anysterioua and awful move on the part . f himself if defeated in this strife Wa'll vsntnre that he intends to curse . gotta bne'cnthe sly, and perch himself like Jonah did over Kinevch and watch it ' work. The World has received a privste letter . from a French military man of lank, to t friend in New York, viho states that it is quite ceitnin that the verdict of the court martial upon Marshal llazaine will find kim guilty of infidelity to his duty, and taat the iMaiohal will be sentenced to , Pavid Lewisr the Grant candidate .jor.wovernor ox Aiaoama, was a memo of the secession Convention, voted against, afterward signing; the ordinance f secession, then number of the first Confederate Congress," 'voting euh'nlies aridctive mcasiuis to carry on the war, Tthei iituHnant Colonel of, Koddy V lbt .cavalry regiment.', He is very vl'iyal ' to Grant -HI: Loud Jiejiulliean. -' " i r A "ciuious calculation has been made "1ately"by h'tavarit, well known iu Paris forhispeculiarftiitipftthj'to the fly. lie collected 3,000 flies ih a room measuring two cnbio nailers. Ou'the floor he spread b pounded Joafcf bu 3 r. Af the end of Tuiir dajs he went to investigate tbe rtsn't of pjfy cxpcijnjeut. There temainqd a teaspbonful if fciigar. The statistician, "therefore, calculates hat, sugar being at the " rate fSf thirteen -cents a pound, a fly costs the country twenty cents from iis - birth to Its derniee,- that is 'if M en ' loaf . i .. Si- gtiS eiaiu!di inr n: j lat. Its economy tn r-i.n.'.trnctton. comtiined , witb 'dnrnt.ilitv. roalsei it. f r Acrui' sBavu s ; 23. Ai ibe stock ia alvuu'W wr'nugbt iron il neither ciack from lle effecU of Ihu cn no: drouv of mat. all ! S i Thj prt-fct enemy of h Ptimps U frost, inch iu a ius' uitfit often destroys and ;!it tliH very bust inate-ial and rei.J'jti u). hit in tbe lioar.of tti-alel d?&., THIS , PUMP . CANNOT FllEKZE, Lecaaw wko the pomp is uot in uuath wt.r fall to iti level ia the cUiutber, which li always placet below tht frn.i'ug point," ., iiPy?!ihii ot. w:tti ii always iu-iitsl, as tbe water, rouies 'directly from Ike bj'.toiu cf tbe well.'' .... . , plh, Irupar'e water from from decjved or roitt-n pnnip stock is en'iiely obviated. 6 v- J" construction it i both simple and fiarabla. The handle ix ui.t of two wro iht rou '..re is and t.o arretted that wfci;e, it is iight jetit ha great utretiiith. The cyltn. drr in hkh at! tbe work performed is iron.lin'ei wilh copper, the cippe? lining pre vents ru t and a afce but mile rnotion. mis iron chamber is not eabuiergwd, t at plaof d in the well abov the water, and yet will -rk a well auder aK ab..e the wa'.er. " 7th. It can be used in a driven or bortd well with the Mine ease a a well of larger diameter. btb. Fur its irentral ,t ipubility tH.s pump it without a rival. s The Pump may be pl iccd at your dwelling or brn. or feilhiu the buitd iiifr, and teunected with the wfcll. or epriiig, tr other body of water, titty or ou hundred yarda diataat, and will work with the same eaw at though slandiup directly over the Wr. . . , 9lh It u actuiir and pumps oaly wua lie dura ttroke ot' the luucLe, and thus vjid the hearv lift reouirei in thy douUe a'.injf Punip. . . - . 10ti..By atfailnnira eligrt hoe, a strtara may be brown fifty to aixty ft-tt, and may be often used to advanture in watering (rardons and lawn, aeh!nK windows, cleaning butririfs ei tinawihinir firee or eleVHtinur water We re- eoBiie the fact that it require more power to levate water from a A&t than a shallow weiL But at far as po-eible to otiviate this difficulty for deep wells, we otanufaeture a smaller cham ber, so that while the v,iiuiue i water ia dimin ished. the power required is mrt areatly imeas ed. We claim that by the cun lunation, haviutr all the advantages ot utmopheriij pvensure in rombiaati. n with tr, ti at the SINCLAIR rtMP will elevate wnter from a dep well with li-eS powep than any 'frje or vurfty foret f(mji hi etejioe. Th Pump i easily aiiapt- ed to ewppty wafr to rii- iin iihiis.kmh ior irans ferrinc the couteuta of V..U in tauneiie is nu swrriassed. - ; " If yom want a pump rw inntfrd to irie sati i.ni.srmd your order to 1'CLAIK HOLLIS TER. Bridart, Belm"t county. Ohio, or to AMES W. UOIX1STEX. Woodfield, Mon roe cnuaty, Ohio, , . Idl wo or threa nrat etas ajrenta wautaa. Brocade Nainsooks, Satin Striped l'iqucs, F0II TRIMMINU T11K SAME, A 'LARGE STOCK. OF Collins made to ordqr Ohio. jelly. .0) "Aai uai ii l ti : mm TEBMS DRUG ST O H E, :n:- rRU(S. PAINTS. OILS, VARNISHES. PRUSHES, DYE STUFF. AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines, (AX always be found at J. T. JUDK1NS J Drag Store, at the lowest cash price JAMBS P, BAU5K1 TnOMAS WALTOS limn vg Flo unci ngs, and JUST fi'ECEIYED BY laisriii.gs. ui;tti:iii:zi & nomas. BARNKS & WALTON. (uucvsson to Veasey, Harnes & Co,) Importer and 'WIiiUmhU Dealers in Chiia Glass k Qucenswaro, No. 47 Main and 9 Qaiucy Btroeta, WHEELING, W. YA. jelv. JAPANESE I 5! AND 3K Pa-MSSB I, 6 T:H S. Iu tin; and Brown, at Verj Lew FTlcca. iJ utjreeuived by i KETTERER i MORRIS Nvxv Oitoman yhavls,IloniantriiM' Just received by KETTERER & H10KRI8. NECK Val. TE IJOIilXiri' uUFFLING Tlnrief uarl riailliiw;. Turle Aiitnlnc tte Bnfflfng. Jost received by l.c Croat and Well Known DRY G0UD8 HOUSE BKR leave to say o the citizens of Mon roe connty that I will fet-ep on hand and for sale, at tbe Lowrbi Cabo Prices, a fine assortment of iorkct and Tabic .Cutlery, Kurniture Trimnnui?3. Coffin Trimmings; Mh- chauics' Tools, Faruiera' Implements, bhoe niakera' Kit-, 2f O 11 W A Y X A I L HODS, harden Seedtf, Brashes of all kinds, NaiUand Spikes. L(ok au I Latohes, Bflls of all k nils, WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES Picture Glass, Glas cnt all shapes and sixes Floor Oil Cloths. Lamp Shades, Plows, Pb'W Wi:is(3. Plow Points of all kinds. Rakes, Forks, bhovels Hoes, (J Jj U T tl K a W U 1 II U J!i d ii Poring Machines, Angers, Brrces and Bitts, G unlets. Chisels, Ilatobels, Hammers, Draw ing Knives, Bench Screws, PLANES OF ALL KINDS Holts of all sizjs, M inker Wrenches, Screws and Butts of all s zs. Coffee Mills Saws, Saw Dandles and Saw Sets, Rat and Mouse Traps, Weil Buckets; and iu tact everything usually kept in a first class Hardware Store. J T' JUDKINS, Hontheast corner l'ublio fqnare. rii7l. Wi.odslield, Ohio. PURE W1XES AND LlQVORS T?or Medicinal Pnrpo9es,may always be found i at J. T. JUDKINS'. 0 PAINTS, P a'l colors, and in every form, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drag Stole. LINSEED OIL, I )Y the Barrel or gallon, at lowest market D rates, at J. T. JDDKINS' Drug Slore. , THE BST COAL OIL ae market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil eat'j Foot Oil, &c, &c, can be had at J, P. JUDKINci' at the lowest cash prices IN tli 1 Nea B E I N II E BR 'S . lAt r . 4F 2 5 mm - Fsanaa- ; OF, COURf UOLSJE SOUTH fPHE under.iTgned is prepared to farnfsh the 1 public with Fresh Bread, Hnks, Sugar, Ponnd and Fruit Cakes,Jambles,GingarCakai . . . - ..'' W E ID 3D I I?T C3-. C -ft. BCES , Pies, Crackers and Cheese. PURE WHITE LEAD, OF 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 PKK S3. w PERFUMERY. SOAP, SPICES, TODACCO. SNUFF ASD CIGARS, ND a variety of otl Sr articles belonging J"! to the Drnggibt's trade, all of whioh will be sold aa low as they can be afforded. ' YSICIANS1 PRESCRIPTIONS Cai;efullv Pkbpabei) at all honrs of the day aud night. J. T. JUDKINS. sepSy. CONFECTIONERIES, Of all kinds. Fine and common candies. Canned Fruits, the freshest in the market: PEACHE3, TOMATOM, rbUMH, . t.L'OKN,i,(. Peas, , PicKLaa, FRENCn MUSTARD, Pepper Sauce. Sardines, .Cbocohtte, Prunes; ! Cherries, Currants," " Raisins, Citron, Nuts of all kinds, and Cigars i Parties furnished with cakes ind confer tionnries on short notice. " It K 1'UKA.H served at all hours. ' far ties furni.-hed on short n tice. , . . .. decTr. JACOB REINHERR . KETTERER & MORRIS. Farm for Sale. TBR nni?erssgn 1 offers foy sale the 'arm ef the Widow Rose, with'.a one and a half .tits of 1 ';r'L E V I S V I L L E ', la Summit township, eonitiug of E 10 H T Y-T W.0 A PRES. Tbere (ITt ve"f c:r-d. nd th bl- anrermwl t;'mler latol. lb- pU in ",) tered, and has one dwiilin bouse, a kooS barn, and aa vcrlient hearlfc orchard., rr fwither particn'.ars or terms oall on s?r..Koir, co .the p;a, or sd lr: . . Ii7tb6. h 'fciteMi, alonroe Ct.,0. BlAfl A5B (010 0 Willi TALMISK CLOTH. ENG. BOMBAZINES, DOUBLE WARP ALPACAS blmk mos emm silks, Jolt received by KSTTEP.KR & M0RRI3. SaEKlFF'S SALS. B1 BIISTiC mm. atlOets, Glasgow 12J cts, Laocaster do tht best makes at 15 cts. Fire Cases' Best New tep!;tn Thompson ts. . " The Marietta 4Cindunati Rail.-oad Cora- ; ; j any' al( ' .' . , Yirtae of an ordeii . of sale aad. writ f eiecution i will tt-'. at pub ie aiotion. at the. front Anor ef the ten rt bi n e in the csaaty of Wtn'roe and rtMe of Ohio, ot Satu'rJiyte 26th'd-tjfof Octuber, 1872, between 8 o'slnok a. at. and 4 o'tloek p. ta n i-aid day, tht following desoribvd proi erty tt wite 't5yis.': '' : ':' ill that tract of land, being a part of frac tional aeotfot twenty fiar, tn tow ship two tf rario three. be,iu1n fr the aims oa the Ohio Kiyer hank )inme.1it:y en the opper itde ef a aioatl. iun, t-ii the lowr corner ofj tht 'land' owned 1'Vtlte heirs of John Jones, j deceaatd; lnrDiiift t' ene south thirty eight I and a half degrees wrt thirty aad th'e-truik po'es p said itn to the land tf the heir of Janes Fcggiw 1 beret with said lauds son tk fortr-nine . degites east tea poles to a rock oak; ihenoe tooth twenty. sen degrees east twelve aad foar-tenth poles to a red oak; thence south tweu'y-one and a half degreH east one and a halt, poles to th corner of the ' lands formerly owned by James Kirknatrick; i therce soath with said landt north fifty tnree rirgrert et tlitrt-.hri poles to tht tihto Kirer; thence up the bank of the Ohio Kivtr tt the vlaot tf beginning, eontatning seven acres and Btnety-ven poes, niore or le-t. Abo a part tf tht sonlheast qn rter of eo ttiin eiateen. in t'wihlp -two ol range three, bi finning for th" rai.e at a point . wtiere the MariHta Kailroid.a tiw ioeaie.t, euters upon the 'lands of Job vtsrtin between stations foar hundred and eighteen and four hundred and nineteen aud to rub so ae to take a tract tf land fifty fet in wi uh on esfh side of the raid railtoad the whlt distance throngh the lands tf the said John Ma. tin, the Lues lo inn parallel with said road. Also the calvert anro.s Little Sun on the land of Gemge W. Woods. list, part of a culvert on Big Ran on the lands of Hiack Charley. Aleo, one cnlveit on the lands of Jwiues Walton, Also, one calveri on Still floose rnn nn the laLds of JoLn U.imlhue ant - eth Ward. - Also: one culvert on the lands of John Forney. - Also, the first culvert below the town of Clarington Also, one culvert on the lands'of Thomas Rea. Also.one enlvert on the lands of J. N-Oeum. Also, one calvert on the lands of John LiUn.-n. Alto, out cntvert on Narow3 Run on the lands of Neal Meieiiy and IV (iriffla. Also, one culvert en the landd ol George Thistle. Also, one culvert en the lands of the heirs of John Ueaumauv ' ' Alfo, one calvert ou the lands of ' A Bridgeinao.! - " ' Albo one culvert ou the lands of J. Mah'e- .juan. - - - - - - A!s, onwoalvert on tht lands of Godfrey Muhlouian:" ' ' ' Sty! ed Prints. BL'CIIED & BRO VVK ... MUSLINS : " The Largest stock in Woodsfleld. Just received by KETTERER 4 MORRIS. fi O O S, li A LMO It A LS, Flannels, Prints, Tickings, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, ssimeres, Jeans, iSaTC., i:c., eve Has just received the largest and 11 aest stock of mm k mmw m ce Ever opened in the city of Wheeling, con- eisting of tbe following goods, Ponsou's lilat k Gros Grain French Silks, COLOR'1' I) S!LK all Hhs. SILK CKETONS, Pirn's Irish Poplins, French Poplins, Pongee Silks, Champigny Silks in Stripes. FRENCH WASH POPLINS, GLACE A POPLINS, SILK MOHAIR, COLORED ALPACAS BLACK ALPACAS MOURNING GOODS OF ALL S)ES niP l IO.9. oily Yardens, percales, jaconet robes, yosemite stripes, Lyonesa Cloths, Pique and Marseilles, Plain,Burrcil & Striped Victoria Lawns, WHITE GOOIS, the best assortment in the city. Dimity for Spreads, Ilonse Fnrnishing Goods, such as Linen sheeting. Pillow Linen, Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, &o., &o. Iicitl guarantee to etl 25 per cent less than any house in the trade Black Gulrnre Laces, Real Thread Laces, Va lenciennes, Laces, Lace Collars, Lace Sleeves Uambnrg Edgings. French Corsets.Hemstitoh ed Handkerchiefs, Llama Lace Points aud Sacques. Don't fail to try our celebrated stitched back $1 K'd Gioyes. einal to auy $2 Kid Glove in America Sole agents Ladies Ready made underwear of every de scription, which will be sold fer less than tbe material cost. Ladies' and Children's White and Colored Suits, reaiy mad. All I ask is to' give us a call when in the city and satisfy yntir-elyes of the above facts SPKCIAL INDUCEMEMS oflcred to i urcha sersrei lmg out m ttiecity. W or irs en. trusted to n shall rceiTe our specia' atten tion. UENBY BUUrS. 1 1 4 'kiain Street, apro0m6 Wheeling, W. Va. Millinery, Hats and Bonnets. (Formerly of Woodsfield.) No. 24 Union it, bctieeen Main ami Market it. Wheeling; West Va. Keeps cous'antlv on hand.? a fall stock of Bonnet. Ihttx.Rihhiint Flower? and Trim mings of all kinds Orders from the ladies of W'Vid-fleld and vi cinity will receive prompt attention, oct'24r. HO! TO rlHE BAKBER-stfoPJ AND on Salary with Expenses Paid lilt ON ( vmnnM-iidi lo Sell ant! LfMi Tin: new WUEELEIl & WILSON 'H5 mux VT REDUCED PRICES I C li A R 1, ES L O B K NSTEIN V.T.iifuctnivr and iiealee in B ( ) 0 T and SHOES, Clarington, Ohio, Keeps constantly on hand a large Bhpply o enstntn made : - , . ' i;- ' ' ; i U O O T S A .V D S H O E s . of Men. WonteT', Ynntbs. Misses and Chil drn'? VCesr,-'f Frncti ko.-I Arrerican. Tali i'.ri v,j -kius. aiio a lar,;e and varied as sortment of EASTERN WORK, of the same wear. e:ther at Wholesale oi Retail, will be sold at the lowest Cash Prion mch31m6. CHARLES LOPH;STKIN, GROCERY, .,' : .t-:;. ! rpHR undersigned keeps the only Barber' I tshop iu Wocdsfield. Shaving, hair-eut-ting and shampooing done ia tht best atylt, M "5T OROOE 'li-Tr., Contains obacco, cigars, candies, natsdates. figs, cakes, toys for children, paper collars, canned frhits of all kinds, sardines, ink.blaok ing, crackers, smoking tobaeoo, pipes, paper, envelopes, &c, &o. I will 'pay tht highest market prlotfor Bacon, ind to :k sein town wantiug geod hams, shoulders or sid-s, I will upply, t tbt lowest market rates. Call and exauint stock. - ... . ' i " ICE CREAM seryed'at all ho'ari."1 !"Vf Sewing Jllachine. 13 ... In Monroe Co. and elsewhere. dec7v. WILLIAM SCHKUFlttat. M SB O K M UT U A t Fire Insurance .Company. r' i li -OF- WttJ AH GLTFIT FllWISiO, From 10 to 20 per cent lower than elsewhere. at KETTERER & MORRIS'. Just-received a full stock of those Celebrated Pure xliohairs, Tbo best in the country, from 9Uc upwards, far handsomer than Black Silks, at KETTERER k MORRIS'. Boots & Shoes, f iats & Caps, aajraf.' ..fliif 4 i-' sep24w5, GKORGE CALDWELL, '"' Sheriff 41. C. O.' -'igtBlank Deeds and Moi t gagi fer sal. at this office ' ; I Of every description and style, just received ly X7"23 uCL2?.li3 330TJK"I TO Pay the People for their Patronage, By selling goods at Lower Bates than any other nistabHshmeiit in Wootlsfieltl. . V ' " Or ' X "V S TJ 5 A. -CALL. .. ''' aartiif. . KETTERER & MORRIS, SHERIFFS SALE. ilary C. Eckelborry el ai vs. Eunice Brovii el al Y virtue of an order of cale to me dt'ectea from the court of cotnoiou pleas of Mon. roe oounty, llhio, I will ofTer for sale at the front door of the court hous iii the twn of Woodsfield, between the hours ot 10 o'olock a. m. aud 4 o'clock p. m., on Saturday, the 26iA day of October, 187l', the fo lowing described real estate, situati in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit; The eatt half of ti e northwest quarter ot pectiou fifteen, towushin ihree of range five, except tevu acres more or ls sold otl the j object of which north eud, now owuod by Thomas 0 Peur., i west half of the containing seventy-three acres more or less Appraised at $1,116. GEuRtih CALDWE.L, esp24w5. ; bheriif M. C. O. For terms, particulars, &c, app'y to W tf. 5 i.!.?t & CO, 8iivall1 ISon't I'ospair! rhonsands have, fonnd relief, and thonsands will tnrn to this medicine. alter exhausting their purses and patience in search of health. Giddiness of th bead, dullness or tne mind," foetid breath, coated tongne, loss of ap petite, pains and weakness in th stomach, enlargement of the liver, yellowness of the skin, constant lever and thirst, with a total disrelish for business, pleasure or any kind of employment. FiHHNEv's Panacea, if ta- ken and persevered in for a few days, will re- move this whole class of symptoms. The fluids of the bodj become pnre, and mind clear, the stomach strengthened, the tongne lean, the appetite' improved. system so benefitted that wea'iier, is less liable to afflict yon, DR. P. FA HUSKY'S - Jt '.. CELEBRATED: - . , , Blood Cleanser, or Panacea. .. As a medicine for ohildreu, the Panacea ia in every way, calculated to take the place of the endless variety of drugs which are annu ally sold for that purpose, and which are of ten very injurious. A medicine which pos sesses tbe qualities of a catbartio as well as a mild alterative, and which ia capable of ar. resting disease without the least injury to the child, is of incalculable valne to every moth er. As a cathartic, it is very effective, yet .it does not, if given in proper quantities, cause nansea or distress to the stomach or bowels. It is very pleasant to the taste, whioh is a very imporlaut feature for a medicine for children. As a prevsntivs of disease it is unprecedented, as'it acts diiectlr upon the digestive organs and the blood. In all scrofulous diseases, it is the moft effective medicine ever off -red to tho public; aud, if given regularly and perseveringly, those ernptive diseases so oominou to children may be entirely eradicated. (gTrepared by P. Fabrney's Bros & Co., W nesboro, Pa., ami Dr. P. Fauknky 3:1 No th 'learborn street Chicago Price 1 25 per liottle; tor sale by Whole fciVS pale aud Retail Dealers, and bv J. T FrSTV Judfcius.Woodsfield myl4in(5. WQODSFIELD, O HIQ, rJf Mr.r CAPITAL STOCK, -IN- IPliEfMWIsi !ot you. . , I ' ' itJ . r . i May 1, 1871 -,-$100,000. i.-.lii'i.:te., ' Directors. ' ;: iao'v ' J M RowsbV!ij .M, ' HotrrLia. Q Yi. Daehport. Peter DiebL, . -.;' v. .'' r- ; ,,tY Ofllocr.' ; !'. - H B. HILL, PrctidenfX . J. P. SPRIG GS, Trtaturtr. W. F. OKET, Secretary: . 4 -nil jel4r. . ,. 1 H. B. Hir.L, J. P. Spriqqs, B; C. Kotzebtji, Wm; Oket, R. C. ARKER'Sf u Wheeling Went Va , O.ltJlT. Lesal Xotiee. w Legal Notice. ILSON S. BALL who resides oat of the the 21st day of September, 1872, Ilulda Ball filed her petition in the Court of Com mon Fleas of Monroe county, Ohio, praying for an allowance of alimony out o moi.e s in the hands of lliram Foreman coming to said Wileon 8. Ball and enjoining certain notes on said Foreman in the hunds of James Stranatbau, said petition will be for hearing at 'he next term of 8 . id Court. JAMES K. ONES, seit!24w6. Att'y for pPff. Boad Notice. A PETITION will be presented to the Coa I. ty Commissioners at their December ses sion, praying lor the alteration of the county road leading from Pleasant Grove meeting house, near the towushjp jiue; theuce the nearest and bet-t route to Lingo's mill; theuue to tht forks of the road on the lands of Jo seph Dsw.-BtpUiwi. MANY miTlONiU.. 1)ETKIt MRL ITT.an i Joseph Melott, who re side out of the Slate of Ohio, wiil take not'ee that ou the 5!h itav of August, 1872, vlvaous Hooi liie.l a peti.iou in the court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, the is to quiet bis title to the southwest quarter, of seu- lio. . 21, 80 acres; al.-.o, the ouib part ot the southwest qaarter of the northwest qnarte of neciiou tweuty.one, containing ten acies; also, thirty acres off the east side of the northeast quarter of of section twenty-seven; also the west half of the northeast quarter of section twenty, eighty ac.es, all in towship four range fonr, and in said. county, and to enjoin collection of a note for $400 due April 1873, given by plaintiff to Peter Melott. The defendants are required to answer by the 6th of October, lb72; the case wnl be for hearing in said court at the October term, fi72 HOLLlSThR & OKhY, augi3w6. Att's for piaiutiii- Proclamation. VTOTICR is berebv given to the qualified i voters of Monroe Oounty. Ohio, that a general election will be hld. as require'd by law, on. the second Tuesday, being the Stlt tay l October, .4. n. ! at 'he several places of holding flections in j said county of Mnrne.and yo will then and there prooeei to vols by ballot fo Ore Secretary of State for the State of Ohio; Oue Supreme Judge 1rr the State of Ohio, One Member of the Board of Pnblio Works for the State of Ohio; . ' One Member of vlougress for the 15th Con gressional District ot the State of Ohio; Oue Probate Judge for the. county of Mon roe, for the vacancy; and one Probate Judge for the county of Monroe, for the full term; One Ooiondssiouer for the county of Mon io; - - . ;' - n: ' One Infirmary Director for the. oounty cf Monroe. ... The Trustees of the several townships of sail connty are hereby : notified that the fol lowing number of Jurors are appor'ioned tc their townships respectively, and that they are required to select the said number and make return thereof to the Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas, together with the poll book, within two days after the said seo- ond Tuesday in October, 1872; Legal Notice, rjlilOilAS KENNEDY, John Kennedy, JL James Kennedy. Samuel Ciisey hnd Mary Casey his wile, John Kennedy, William 11 art line and Margaret E. liartline his wifo. James Carson,-Mary June Carson and her husband, whoso name is, unknown and John Robinson, will take notice that on theSithdityof August, 1872, Alexander Kennedy filed a petition iu the court of common plena of Monroe county, Ohio, the object of which is to establish u certain pa per writing tiled with the petition as a copy of tne last will ot James -Kennedy, Sr., deceased. The said petition will be for hearing in said court at tho October term 187.2; you are requir ed to answer by -October 30, 1872. HOLLISTER & OKEY, ttprwf. ArrVs fer plaiatrf, Adams.. 6 Perry, 5 Benton, 4 Salem, .; . ,. 8 Bethel, 4 Seneca, r -6 Center, U Summit, . 5 Franklin, 7 Snnsbuiy, ; 8 Green, ' ' 6 Switzerland, 4 Jackson, 4 Washington, 6 Lee, 4 Wayne, 5 Malaga, . 7 . Ohio, 6 Total, , . 106 The polls to be opened between the hours ef and 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon of said day, and closed at 6 o'clock in the afternoon of taid dav. Given under nay hand, t.t my office in Woodsfield, this 20th day of August, A. D. 1872, and of the 70 th year of the State. i GEORGE CALDWELL, Sheriff Monroe County, Ohio. aug27td. Administrator's Notice. V OT1CK is hereby given that the under- 11 signed has been appointed Administrator of the estate of Jacob Tvini, deceased. it)lfw, jOKNlflM. f -s; CtfBIST IU THE W0RLP.tstf 1 Kw Twfc Offios, 27 BEEIiLOT W aug2r2. IMPORTANT TO Merchants and Milliners generaHy. R II E IN ST RO M 4 ;CO?. of ISO Main street,- v " ;' ; V ! Wheeling West Ta. ' --'' -. .i. . t: - Have just opened tht theapest ' and Htst as. ' . ' sorted stock of - : :i Milliner7 Goods and Notion., to be found in the oonntry, Dealers will tni it to their interest to give them a oall-ool24r. Legal Notice SAMUEL D. SMITH, who resides out of th o'tattof Ohio, will take notice' that on the 16th day ot March. 1872, William Bnrditt and wife filed in the oourt of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, an amended answer to tht petition or George W. Fulton, and cross, petition making said Samuel D. Smith a par ty, and charging that tht pretended deed! made by Fulton to said Smith for that part of the north half of the northeast quarter of section thirty-three, township thret and range five, lying south of tho oreefc, txoept what had been sold to Isaac Mitchell and containing sixty four aores more or less, eita ate in said county, was aud is void aa against the olaims of Ritrditt and wife, who ask that the same he set aside You art required to answer by the 5th of October next; tht east will be tor hearing at tho October term; 1873. - -..'i . . HOLLISTER & OKEY, : ang!3w6. ,: Att'ys for Bnrditt. ; AtiESTS MASTED: MALE AMD KEHALK busiueii pleasant, and pays better than any anttrprist im the field, Ageuts make fiom ti to $$ per day. Send stamp for sample and particulars. Address J. LATHAM k CO., it I Yakhinftt stvttt, BrnttB, ff ail. rwrllsr. " h t ,. e rrs A "