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i r w i t ! - (1 5 THE SPIRIT Ofl'DEMOCRACY. s v: f T 1 1 V ' ' ' 'ii ' ' f if .m' A' '.I ' ' 1 ' i h ' Af rlng TlHe lo Pub. Dn." j A .'j!fbilRdcii)1iH . editor ' 'iluVi' tQlicyw !.i.mjiul ; on.a. Hi-jeiV faWIUar; t .all i npaper office1, the ; iaevitnb . i'ub. ;W i e wo ur tlnnta ' t tJi;i Kelley for tjie talent r.ntPt.i Oifke fepdrt Yfv ulrpH'iyiiave sixteen huwla 'bY these iiesliuf vfr!nitvn5"lTroiir Jittle lihrnrv. In they have' Ixhsi tp'1 4ihI Vty?i(f6t tnaov tirow GmtKu know ever iK2e of - them by heart. This uew volume crime opportunely gratefully oa "Chribt. w9 momrng, and that night -we -gather eiCour little faaOy aroHiid J Ijft Org and. reatV it through Jto jUera, ,.T lc , affectum tale entitled r'ljBproveuieot Li eMBkey Wrench" seemetl to t'uch ,,r very -heart, .arkl when we came to the' climax of the little ? story "about ReverMWe '"Pie boards''ttierri Wiij Iwt'a dry eye rte'tween ttje routuoorf a'tfd'lhe ' stable. " during thejeaiogpf i,'piteon8' narrative en tiijeA vGwm Washer ...lor, .Carriage AxlestAha whole fauiiiy gav,.rsress itn 4o:loisterous emotion, and the hiretl - :w was bo much-excited -that-she lost htf'ftrrat'lfce'Df mind aoA ; went;artdiyitlj to her mother a inadvertently with bix iKwniia of Aixrar and a taitter kettle full . ofUhiur, and "cabe hom at midnight ' iiitoxieated. We can never sumeienlly " thank Jude Kelley fotlj5 ,innocent en Joynient I hua furnished lis." The mem ory of that oarjiy evening will linger itrrir mindr ve'ry mtirb .lftgw; :Hajn i atiiii er vgtit1evcr lingers "when 'she lights on a lot of substance which she thinks will suit -the constitdtion Of-her aedaxpnV'r;f ' Anottit-r drab for, Government The House Committee on Slines and ' Mfrnirsmt CongTesa -to-appropriate1 83.000,CO0rfor ttie Satro tunnel in ' NW vlda. and nave preuared A hi" .for the liurpoff, r3Ir. Sargent 'dissents from theVWsws of, his colleaguea 6u the Com- riittee ia a vigofoas and severe report, llr'which he denounces the scheme as a liusfe lob' crot ub W -eDecutafors, which has no claim, whatever- ou the Govern mejCrrtdLJ Hr. giusMip his objec tions to the bill in the followingedntise nB4epkii towgoage-Firsty- it4ro- poses to take monejc rom tne,ijt asnry to aid a company of specalatira" in an enterprlee-vurett -for their - o wn .kencfii, ia which ""neither the? Govevnjnfnfnor the people haveanv 'interest whatever. 8eeoTidvtn kJ;thw they rpiojioseA iff deatrov the oronertv of ohers ' amount- injln valnc to icA;fer;tl2,000,(K)0 Tlrird, the Govera'met-Bss'umes the risk. and loses the S.OOO.OOtt it lends the" c'orpo rltloTl 1f lhT"BCbeme proves a failure, while the corworatiofi wilV flap all the banefitifit pro fc a "success. , 1 Iivfiir-off.Jieviada a. iwia of.eaia wa; rushing along" at rapid speed,, the loco motive being mocntad 4it trusty en ghieer. Soddenly i-the' i train whirled round a'turve, 'et-tenng a"tunnel etx IttSndrt'd and "Tlfty feet jn length.' No " watcbeuri liad'giyeb'VYS rian iici.'.tot tbc bttickT-. eye" of '4he engineer caushtight of red.jroaring, flames and - dense smoke aheadn-the other end of tUft.lunneLwasa. ilery.. mass. There wasbnt a flash of time forethought; no possibilitv of Btoppin. to1 reverse 'the engine and, whistle down t brakes would bring the cars to a stand' in the' inidsi - -of the raging flames, the only hope was Id I'usa on "with whirlwind speed. v ltn qhick banrf.the enginecrlfirew Open the Talve ; he held fast to the lever, closed bjs eyca and tjied, to pray., .Through moka and, flames: and falling timber, one instant and the tern hed passer get bebeld the - cool- daylight beyond ; " id! tared 'thtonsh the darins act of this rbhnknbwn familiarly as "Johnny Baf- - 3rMr. Osstan E Dodse; the vocal lit and more recently5 a CilizeB of St Paul, . JIinnV6,'ba8 ; obtained ; a, d'vorce fronvjlija. podge sln a Jawsuit about Xhe custody. of jth8 'childron he,, makes this solemn statement on ,oath; "Ever since she wa- married phe has kept ,- Bix-barrelefl loaded revolver 'in her pos Bessiopv,witlt:JwhiCb - she bai -'great many tinies threatened to blow my brains out an to ih6ot 'me.' Jle fur ther deoeaed that Sirs Fahnv .was jn tne habit of heating the aon whose cus tod?:eke now desires. oyer the bead - "with a bathing-brush 20 inches long, amTsd severely as to break" the handle of the brash. '"Whed this'ieapon was fiot' at . band, ! tb'e ;aJfect!otiate'- mother used the toriss ; No wonder Pv-or Ifodge - wanted a divorce jjj t ' ' As we do not keep tinder in every tioi in the hon8?, A dn not kppp lha sense of .-anger in every faculty. . When one conies agalnsfcj the doorf of some faedtres with an injury ej look over the railing and sayj; ui'I'll forgi v ym tof that, lor you did not tret ia.'V But bvndW, wlien the1 facnltv where we are sensitive enter- edrthen we'grind our teejhfand eay, "I. couid have Jorgiven, him for anythin but that 1" We must not arrogate, to our selves a spine or forgiveness, until we have been touched to the quick where we are sensitive, jtnd borne it meekly and" meekness is not mere white faced iiesg, a mere contemplative virtue; it is roaintainine ipeace and patience in tb midst of .pelting :proy6cation8.eBrtf Tbariis( Inaprrectlon In Spain MDBn, FebrnaTy 5.- The Govern meal basTOceired iatelligence of anoth er battle between the Cat fists and f6WfOTatrtroopsrttr wtich-the former were completely ''defeated, snff erng great lo6& in 'boTh men and stores, Tbe engagement took place, at smal lJacfli eailed JVra in the Hiorth-, It ,floial!y announced from the .Ministry of .Wur. that 200 of the insurgents were killed, and that 1,100 riflts,-incUodug 00 of iuc ' Remington .patent, : a larg' q un'.ity of ammunition and stores and i;00 prisoners were captured.- -Eighty of the captnred insurgents have begged XT" Mx6t people will be surprised to learn that tbe Union Pacific Railroad i teelMHcaHy - unfinishedAt - least, - Jlr. iiorace i. uiarif, in, jiis; jprgumepi ue , fore a Congress Committee, on the 5th iost, took that. view-. of .the , ease ; ,fi4 Ins statement , that a portion of the Company's land :grant had been j wjth4 held by tbe( Interior Department just,i lifS) V (j j BPsenion, .... auougu ivt . fuau ruav be unfinished, it : has . finished tin rnnnfition arul fnrtnnn nt manff Mpni 1 4 , V ,-U..r-.. " " J : " r i - " ;; ;' : Lawyer ' How rlo yon identify . this handkerdiief H.v; ;Wtnes8 "By its gen eral appearance, and the fact that I jisv others like it". Lawyer"ThatV no mtuoX, for I have one just like it in my pQtket" Witness--V.I don't (hubt that,. j Bad more inan one oi me sauic- sort' A f 1st? i l n J TTaria - for,. alc." Within One , Mile if-; VVeodsfielfl.; ONK riUNDREDiFlKTT- ACRK.V LtIdJ uSniiSih Creek, ' withis oa ntU f Tfoofladtli). 4lntog YvX' val'friXf. ' j Thure' tr SO acres well tiudrei and 120 ora of cleared laaJ, 2J .rts f wlilck it kottoni hnl. 1 ' Tb imprveuepts , r iB . fraint and hewed log awelliugj, a barn, 3t by CO feel; fencing lu goo rtp&ir; an - vrcbard of good Rearing trat, and atr ia r lal on llm fltrml , . ' Skt JV'l.Hj witp.ls In a good slat ofcul- tiTation; nd will bo sold u fii Urioa Par. Chasers ars'rtiqaegled la call oa,' or addrea It R. WEST. Jat7tf. Woodflielj; Mourw C?. Ohio. . .'J Hi i. A iw¨ti gym S I a cTHTrn i m i io VnmiTcrn n wi ni lu v y wrvintiiuujf iajmi8immiiii5(MMia of Chronic or Acute Rheumatism, Goat, Pel. ata, Headai'he.TiUmb&go, Ague. Nervousness or Kidney' Affections accepted for tieatmest that-1-mniiot cbt. - WE WKRK CURED BY TtL FITLER'S VEO- ETABLE RUEDMATIC SYS DP, the presorip tion of an Etsinent: Regular Physician. Af ter using without benefit bitters, compounds, baths, tonics, liniments, pills, plasters, wash es, mineral springs, etc, we know this won. derfal discovery by J. P. Fitter, M. D., daring S years' special practice in Rheuvat'e and Nervous DUeaees, wi'l cure permanently the most aggravated cases without injury tn the System. It develops, new medicinal eotnbi natioos.scientifio principles advanoed chem istry and progressive pathologyj and ia ia our jadgmentthe only cure before the public. Svc particularly and earnestly recommend it to' sufferers of moderate means; who cannot afford eipeilments and loss on useless prep arations or exhausted treatments. ..... Her.. Thoinan Murphy, D. D., 23d, ward, rhiladelphla; Rev. C. H. Ewmg.Media Penn ! Re. . JOMh Eeggs, 22d ward. Phila ; Rev. JobUj Stockton, Camden; Hon.' Judge Lee.Cam. den.Tew Jerseyj " Rev. X.' B. Davis, HihU- town. New Jersey; wenator Btewart, Balti more; ex Governor Powell, Kentucky; Hon. J Creely, member of . fongress; PUMa., Hon. Alderman Comly, .Phila ,- and thousands-of others, as well as the following celebrated professors' signatures, endorsing profession aily Dr. Filter, viz: Philip Syng Physiok, M J. Redman Coze. M. D-, N. Chapman. M D.iT. C James, Robert Hare, at. D ; William Gibsotf, M. D. W. E Horner, M. IX; : W. P. Dewees, M D ; S. Javksan, U. U.; John Bell, it. D.; J. K. Mitchell, M D.; Thomas Harris, M D ; H.L. Coige.M. D.: Benjamin S. Jenney . D.: N. Shoemaker, M. D. .The oft deceived sufferer mar wisely ask, what seounty or ev.idenoe has he that Dr. Fitleb's Rbbcxatic Stkpp 'will cure his case. The protection offered to patients against im toofcitton is in a legally -signed contract which ill be forwarded., withont charge with ex planatory pamphlets to any sufferer-sending to 45 8 Fourth street, Phila. Home Office by letter a description of affliction, this guar antee will state the exaot number of bottles warranted to cure, and in cae of failnre the money paid will be returned to the paiient. reward of $100 for an incurable ease. - No other. remedy has ever been offered on such liberal terms. Get a ciroular on the various forms of Rheumatism;also blank applications for guarantee, gratia Of the special agent. J. G. JldCnUough, Agent, Bealuvilie, Hon. roe county, Ohio.! a, ; v.; J ; - MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ' "TJeorgVCald well, 'Sheriff. ; -! i ' y8. :r v---.. "'!fj. " ' Saninel Cline et ux. i: B1 T virtue of an order of ale to me directea trom the court of common pleas of Mon roe county, Ohiov I will offer for sale at the front door of , the court bouse id the town of Woodsfield, . between the hours of 10 o'clock m. and 4 o'clock p. mn on ... j J : . . v Saturday ' the Ut day of March, 873, thefo'lowiDg described' real estate, situate In Monroe oounty, Ohm, to wit; . The northwest quarter - of the- northeast quartet of 'section nineteen,' township three of range five, containg thirty.nine and. ninety one . huadrectth ) acres; .also, the sonthweet qoarUr, of. the northeast quarter; of same ieection, township and range, containing thirty-nine and nmetyooe hundredth acres Appraised at $ M00 J0HN-p.i5PRIGGS. Japx8V'S.f alas. Com. M. C. O. IS SHERIFFS; iSALE..' 1 "'Ret 3eeca,iroy TB,. . ft Stukey"'et al' - b - - r John i 'T:t.J nY virtue of an execution to me directed j from the court r.f common pleas of Hon to county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at'the front door of the court house in- the town of Woodsfield, between the hours of ten o'clock a. m.,'and four o'clock p, m., on . Saturday: the lbth day qf MartV, 1873 the following described real estate, situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to witr - -''-' ! Part of lot thirteen In the town of Cameron; commencing for the same at the northwest cor nor of said .lot; thence east niuety-two feet; thence south forty-two feet, thence west ninety two feet; thence north forty-two feet to the place of beginning"' 1 ' ' i!l ' r Appraised at $300. - Mr.-.-d (';), GEOKGE CALDWELL, i SHERIFFS 8ALE. : j '. Rebecca Troy Aodrew Mobley et al. B' Y virtue of an ' execution to m direc ted from the court of oommon 'pleas of Monroe county, Ohio. I win offer for sale at the front door of the court house, in the town of Woodsfield, between the hours cf ten o'olock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m , on' " Saturday? the 15th dag Sf March', 1873 the following described Veal estate situate in Monroe county, Ohioi'fo witr "f : Fart of the south en J of the hortheost quar ter of the south went - quarter -ef section' four teen, range four and township four, containing twenty-one acres; aleo, as a part of the above realty, tbe privilege of mining all the coal from under the. surface of .the ground of theiiortH tivt quarter of the southwest quarter of section fourteen, range four and township four,, . ,, . . Appraised at 1250 ' . '. ' . f OKUKUH CALDWKLL, rfeM iwsV'. Sheriff U. C O ; , JAMES WpfLAND'S ESTATE., (Xti the 6ih ay ef January.; 1873. the un- - J y . J deraigned ware .appointed and duly qnal as. Ku cutora , of. tbe, estate of ames W inland, late of Monroe county, Ohio, deo'd, OHN WINLAHU. febll,'73w3. HKNBY K. WINLAND. C: T. j k! BATES" ESTATE. V BlHF final settlement accounts of John Stin4 JL ', Cr'nardian of Charlotte T. and James E," Bates, will be for hearihjr February 5, lb"73. JA3. K. MOKK13, rrobate Judge Monroe Co., O. j-mM.TSwH.. DRY GOO K Dry fioods! HEJXUY BRES Uarlng looreased his Rtock to such an extent, and determined to increase his business, has conuluded to pWl goods U retail at Nmw York wholesale pneea. The class of Dry Uoods sold fcy mw' are first class, warranted la erery particular, and having but one price yon are always perfectly safu in getting your goods at tht lowest prices. The following are some of the prices of Cheap Good goffered by me: i- 100 pieces Waiusutla bleaehed mushn at 18 cts per yard by the piece. 100 pieces 4-4 Semper Idem mnslin at IS cts per yard' 100 pieces 4 4 soft finished muslin at 12 cts per yard, ,. 100 pieces 4 4 fine brown muslin at 12 oents per yard. 100 pieces 4-4 heavy brown muslin at 12 ots per yard; 0 pieces of 'the beat heavy Qingham at 13 oents per yard. SO pieces good heavy Crash at 10 cents per yard, . ; -: 1 100 Pieces Merrimac Calico . Yards for Ifi! 100 doa Hemstitched Handkerchiefs warrant ed all Linen worth 25 ots for 12 cts- Extra good quality Blaok Alpaoca for 3f cents wdrlhSPoenW. 60 pair White Wool Blankets at $4 cheap at 0 pieces Table Linen for 87 ots per yard worth 51' cents. 0 pieces 8-4 bleached double Damask for 90 cents worth $150. 100 dozen Baibreggau Hose 121 per pair worth 37 ' "' Joorin's Kid Gloves M $1 worth $t 75. ' Lupins best French Aferino for $1 werth $1 50 All Shades Silks and Irish Poplins for Weddings or' Tarties. IWt fail to call and a' our $1 75 BLACK SILK, beats any 2. i'ilk iM the- city, In . Fine Dress Goods, SILK VEt TE?S for cloaking.Laoes, Shawls, 3h We Have the Best Selected Stock in the city. Our stock of regular made Ho sifyad-Ladi8' -Bndenrear-ea'unot be- celled in the city. ' All I ask is an examina tion of stock and comparison of prices. HEWKY BB TJES. Ml kain Street, . .: ; j Wheeling, W. Va. oot29m. 'OX BEST IN THE : WORLD. tyT HtwTork Officet 27 JJBPIAS., ang29rS. ,l.t.'- il.i'1' ... Patent Breecli Loading DOUBLE BARRFL SHOT-GUN Possesses qualities aad Improvements equal, led by no other breech-loader in use, and every gun made to shoot perfectly by boring and testing before " leaving the armory.'4 Wrought steel,' elaminated steel and twist barrels. Also, mozxlr-loading double 'guns of superior quality.' Prices low. Send for clnmrar. - - - WHITNEY, AR8 COMPANY, .Whitney ville, near New Haven, '.ov6t. Connecticut. THE PARKER CUN. :MHty STAMP FORCmCUU PARKER BROS WEST;MERlDENCTe' Je25v.' , . -;; i liegal Notice. h, -.-x : REBECCA HESSIO and Jacob Hessig her husband, who reside in the State of West Virginia, will take notice that Emanuel Qt. Blattler, Administrator of the estate of Tbo'mas Smith, deceased, an the ICth day of January, 1873. filed bis petition in the Pro bate Court within and for tbe oounty ot Mon roe and State, of .Ohio, alleging .... that, the per sonal estate of said decedent is insufficient to pay his debts and the charges of administer;, inghis estate; that. he died seiieckin fee sim ple of the 'following described real estate, sit uate in' said county, to wit: ..' ; The west half of the northwest quarter of section 16, township .. three of range three, containing eighty-one and one-half aoren;aiso, the southwest part or the ast nair tne north wet, quarter of same section, . township and range, eontatng ten acres, and that Experience Smith, as widow of said decedent, ia entitled te dewer in said premises, ! The prayer of said petition is for the as signment of dower td said Kxperienco ' Smith, and for sale of said premises, and ' for the payment of debts and charges aforesaid. taid petition will be for hearing on the 3sth day of February, 1873. .... K O. BLATTLER, , Adm'r of estate ef Thomas Smith. deo'd. , Jan21w6. ; By L. HOBPFLKR, Att'y. , MLNOS PEPPER'8 E8TATE. TIIE fiunl settlement account oi George ( WlPepper, Administrator of Minos Pep per, Will ' be for hearing February 5, 1873. ; JA8.B. OEMS,'' Probate Judge Monroe Co., O. jaiil4,Tlw - Extraordinary Large Stock of :-j I- .6 ' i '.: !- : yotr fesma It E T T Fj 51 E R Complete Lines of Drcss Goods, Ladle HATS and FURS, 1 full line of Shawls MNNELS and WOOLEN GOODS, . KEADY-MADE Groceries, Notions, Oil Cloths, ''dec.. Bought for 'Casa at Lowest Prices, and wbich wt offer to Buyers Insuring cuitomera that they shall hate In. many cases TO AN EXAMINATION AND vi.v oetlSml. Family tkould te mtikoui a bottU r ; ' f WHITTLESEY intktkonu. .. (. f et-Itwill reliee the worst case of Bill OU . Choiio or Cholera Morbus in ismmutc. 2d. It will cure the most obstinate case of Dyspepsia aad Indigestion ia afew ' weeks. -- " S 4 -Tt is the best remedy in the world for 6 1 c k H e a d a o h e i as thousands can testify, if i . taken when the first symptoms appear. I "- 4th. It is the best diuretic ever pot before' ! .the public; curing those distressing complaints, ; 'Dlabetee and Gravel and other Urinary difficulties. " 5th. It is a most excellent Fm m 0 n a" sjogue vnd to the Youna Olrl a. middle . aged Women, and at the Turn Of Llfs,thia i " remedy is of incalculable value.- v , Sth.-it will remove wind from the bowels, . and hence a few drops in some sweetened .water riven to a babe is better than a dozen cordials te . Kelievs and makeIt Sleep. Contain ing no anodyne. ' 7th. It is a sure relief foradultsand chfMrea affected with Worms and Pin Worms. ' ' It will bring away the worms. . 8th It will cure the Plies and Hemor I rhodlal dirncutties. ' wth. Itwill cure Con tttlpatlon and keep ' , , tS bowels regular. It will also cure the worst case , ofC. ummer Co m plaint and Dyeentery. I Oth. -"It will cure. Sour (totnsth, . Ptlmulate the Liver to healthy action. "f Pfcnove Heart-Burn and act as a general ; ' -P.esulator of the svstein., When taken dilute the dese with tlgar and Wrter to a Win e-Ciaae fu I T and you Luvea pleatant tonic, c , Whittlesey (Dysyepsia Cure) ft.oo per bottle.' Vhittlesey Aue Cure see. per bottle. . -, : V.'hittlesey Cough Granules x. per bottle. . ' Soli by all druggists and warranted. ; : i -' mitUespy rwp. Bed. Ce Toltdo, 0. For sale hy J. T, Judkins, (Druggist, (foods field, Ohio. '" eotlr.1 -1845; ;' - - '' 1ST!, Established Quarter of t ' Century. joSEPnf CAKTVf RIGITT, ..; Optical and , Musical Depot, ..j,.,-. The sign of the Big Gold Spectacles, No, 125 Main street, Wheeling, West : Va., dealer in Gold- and Silyer Spectacles, Steel - Framed Speotaoles tempered by electricity, fine Opera Glasses.Field Slasses.standard Thermometers, Hydrometers, Surveyors' Compasses, Afathe matical Instruments. Magsbto Electric Battbbies, &o. English.' American and German Cutlery Largest and best seleoted stock of Mnslea Goods in the city, and a full line of Ouita Banjo and Violin Strings.wholesale and retail ; FIUE.AEM3, single and double barrel shot guns, Revolvers . and other pistols; am. munition of all klods, walking canes, bird cages, variety goods, etq.,V ' oot29m6. : JOHN W, BARNETX'S ESTATE. THB Ihlrd .pattial settlement aocouo 0 Charles Hare, Administrator , of John rV, Barnett. deo'd. will be for hearing March .1. IO17Q. . 4 '.!... .-... ..... .1 .. . AOItf. ., t JAS, R. JI0RRI3, jan28,'73w3. Probate Judge Af. C. O. W. P. KNOWLTON'S ESTATE. T final1 settlement' account of Richard SjottAdiniaistvntor of the estate of Wn. P. Knovlton, deceased.will be for hoar in sr Feb ruary li, 1873. JAS. R. MORRIS, , jan21,'7:Jw3. Probate Judge M. C. O. TEN REASONS WHY received bt & ;3I ORRIS Domestics llats and Can . "1 v BOOTS and SIIOl.S, 'from 75c to 12. PANT GOODS of every variety : CLOTHING." them at as low prices as last season, and Lower than ever. COMPARISON , OF PRICES. KETTEREIi & MORRIS, ii Whole: ale Dealers in ! Mi- " i And ''Ladies Furs, No. 7 Aain street: Wheeling, W Va.' Retai House 129 Afain street. ;m oot29m6. G.) ,1, , FR4NZHEIM & . CO., - ' Importers f ' ; 1 BRWniES, If IJB, CBS, LU and Dealers iii : v. a Chpice Vhibkie& Catawba Wines, No 157 Afarket st, Wheeling, W Va-oct29m6, aoiiM p. TnrscnEi., (Successor to Shulx & Truschel,) " v Manufacturer of French and American Confectionery : . ,, , , And Dealer in ... ; . -1 '.- ..: . y - ::...'-. : l-r. :i Foreign and Domestic Fruits,Nnts, Canned Fruits, Vegetables.Oatsnps.Pickle; Sauces; also, Refined Sugars. Crackers ( Fire rForkS,4o i ,: . . .-.i j. 106 Afarket street, irheeling,- tTest Va : oct29m6.' ; ' .- .: Kotice 'to TeacliersV T3E Board of Examiners of Monroe county will hold, meetings for the examination of Teacher, as follows: ' s - Ia Baresville, Saturday, September; 7, 1872. vvoodsfleld, , Antiooh, . : Woodsfield, '''" n October 21, I 6, u .. 19, a .November , 9, " - ' . 30, ;. December 28, ' "' '' These January 25, 1873 Febrnary 82, " wilt commence at 9 : 1 :n J ; ; examinations o'clock a. m. and olose at 4 p- m. No appli cant will be enrolled after 10 o'clock a. m. A fee of fifty, cents is required.! by law from each applicant as a condition of examina tion, and must be paid in advance. By order of the Board. 1 7 , aug27td. J. W.DOHERTT, Clork. Farm for Sale. THB undersigned offers for sale the farm of ' the Widow Rose, within one and a naif miles of ' . t LEW I S V I L L ,B- j. 'ol In Summit township, consisting of " ' E I G H T Y -.T W O ACRE 3 1 There are fifty acres of cleared, and the bai- ! no good timber land; tbe place is well wa tered, and has one dwelling house, a good barn and an excellent bearing orchard. . ; For further particulars or . terms, oall on Mrs. Rose, on tbe place, or address: ; ,' , -. j . JACOB ROSE, .: ' . stprtrnt. ' Maiterten, Vonroe Co., 0. IjBlahk Deeds arid Moii ferages-for. sale at this office New Goods!: " New" Goods! - - tr-- ----- MERCHANT - TAILORS, ? t And Dealers la' ... . v ' FURNISHING GOODS, No. 25 Jlfonrot street, W HEELING. WEST 1 A. Are now receiving a laree and eleeant stock of goods, for Fall and Winter weaa embrac ling all the new styles and designs usually found in a Fashionable Aferohaut Tailoring I establishment. " French , asd English. .Clotbs, w ' Of every coler and texture." ' English, French, Scotch and . American , CASSIIflE'RES. chinchuia, castor, English, Mei- ton and Beaver O V E RCO ATIN08.S, - - - -'. - .:. VESTING 5 in endless variety. We" are prepared to make these goods te order in the latest and most fashionable styles. Also have a large stock of Gents Furmshihq Goods, including everything adapted to men's wear. SHIRTS made to order and a perfect fit guaranteed. oct29m6- - , a STALLSfAN & CO. JUDKINS AHEAD I i - 1:..: : - :. 'X BE(l leave to say to the. .citizens of Mon roe oounty that I will keep on hand and I for sale, at the ' Lowest Cast Pbioks, i a fine assortment of - , ;,. - ..; , Pocket and Table Cutlery, Furniture Trimmings, Coffin Trimmings; Me chanics' Tools, Farmers' Implements, bhoe makers' Kit-, ' . .. ' - ' : ' NO 11 yr AT NAIL iliODS, harden Seeds. .Brushes of all kinds. Nails and Spikes, Locks and Latches, Bells of alj k nds, WINPOVV GLASS OF ALL SIZES Picture Glass, Glass eut all. shapes and sixes, V loor till Cloths, Lamp Shades, ., , JI O U IXtJ ( H ACII IWKS,' Plows, Plow Wings, Plow Points of ail kinds Rakes, Forks, Shovels Hoes, , CLOTHES. WEIHOEB8, Boring Machines, ingers, Braces and Bitts, Gimblets. Chisels, Hatchets, Hammers, Draw. ing Knives, Bench Screws, 1 ; J PLANES .OF A LL KINDS Bolts of all sizes, Mwkey WreDches, Screws and Butts of all sizes, Coffee Mills, Saws, Saw Handles and Saw Sets, Rat and Mouse Traps, Well Buckets; and iu fact everything usually kept in a nrst class Hardware Store. J..T JUUK1N3,. , , , Southeast corner Publio Square. .; ma7v. - ! Woodsfield, Ohio. . Deuiorest's Monthly Magazine. A MAGFIFICEUT PRT7.E. SURPASSING , all' "previous ofltin.' "Earh subscriber to Demorest's Monthly Magazine, at .Three Dollars a year, -vrflt bo. presented withe, premi um of Two Elegant Chromos, companion pic tures pf the two most desirable and popular subjects in America The Falls of Niagara and the Yosemite Falls. : Size of pictures, 10 U by 12) inches. , '., -,r , v . -, These elegant Chromos,copied from beautiful pictures painted from nature by one of the first artiste in Amenoa, giye the most popu.'ar views of those interesting and sublime objects, and are f aithful reproductions of the originals. The Grand Old Niagara, with immense, body of wa ter falling one hundred and sixty feet, sending up dense clouds of spray to reflect in brilliancy ana oeuuty tne vivia colore 01 tne, rainbow, is so clearly depicted that, iu imagination, you hear its mighty roar. The I osemite, with its lofty mountains towering to the silvery oloude, and its stupendous falls of sixteen hundred feet, impressing with its awful grandeur, ' and tilling the mind with delight and wonder I hese two, Chromos are the best pictures ever published for Ten Dollars, and will be sent, mounted and Tarnished'.lv mail, an a nrnminm to eao yearly Three Dofiarf subscriber to bur monthly magazine. : Render, jmt tJunlc'TWO beavtiful Qhromot of Niagara and Yosemite. 'i :..( : i s: J 1 hese pictures are veritable gems aud worthy of being enshrined in an honored place in our hemes: ilioy will be presented to yearly sub scribers on receipt of Three -Dollars, end eight cents tor postage, with your full name and ad dress. . v; '... 7 Every home in America should possess these invaluable illustrations of art and beauty, and,' no person of taste and enterprise can afford to be without the model Magazine, which has been ! greatly enlarged and now- contains the' essen tials of. all others, including the Useful, the Entertaining, and the Beautiful, with Original 1 authors, the only Reliable Fashions (including iull size patterns,) Home matters in all their details, Gardening,'- Architecture, and. all 'the utilities, beauties and novelties of Literature calculated to make our homes useful, attractive and happy profusely illustrated,-' and a splen did volume for binding for the center-table at the end of the year. Single copies 25 cents. Splendid inducements for agents and premiums for clubs. ., Address, -. . . -. : " V. JENNINGS DEMOREST,' l ! 't?. ' 838 Broadwav. New York. . ;. ".!! ;.! A'i :'. : J i" - Demorest's Young' America. : . w; -.A ...,-v f IHE: MOST ! SUCCESSFUL BOYS' AND V .GIRLS' MontlilyrMagazine. Demorest's Young America, brilliant with interesting and instructive ' Stories, Poems, Puzzles. Travels, Games, Editorials, Correspondents, etc.; etc, fully illustrated in all its departments, is an evawelcwe meeto themtty .4tle pf,faw struction and' amuHcrhent. 'Sinirln inrmipa. cents, post free. Yearly fl, or .with a choice, of the following beautiful and valuable premiums to each subscriber, for 50 cents extra; a choice from five fine Parlor Chromos, worth $5 each,, or two interesting Juvenile Books bound in cloth and gilt, worth $1. 75, poet free; or afine pearl-handled two-blade Pocket Knife and a pallet of best paints, post free;' or a' very pow erful bras vmoun ted, -double-cylinder, ivorr-tip- ped. adjustable Mioroscope, worth. , postage 6 1 cents; or a; good, stereoscope with a series of views, postage 5 cents;, or an elegant photo graph album- for holding 50 pictures;postage 16 cents; and valuable premiums for .clubs. , Ad dress,' W. JENNINGS DEMOREST, 1 . ; :i -..i, 838 Broadway, New York; ; ..: 3 " . .-. n.i '; " '! : WM. LUCAS' ESTATE. ' ;':.-. ::.f'-':i I. ." ' -' ,i 1 i , (s t .-; . . THIRTY ' days aftef the 17th of January, ' 1S73, the Probata Court of Afonroe coun ty, Ohio, will make an order of distribution of the effeots of the insolvent estate of William Laoas, (deceased, , among .the creditors., , All interested will take notice. . . . ' .. . J AS. K. MORRIS, jan21,'73w3' Probate Judge M. C . ' Fill iiVi f . I . DRUG"11' Ot- v DRUGS, paints; X)I ls, .- , ARNISHES,- BRUSHES, .,m , . DYE, STUFF. AND ALL Popular Patent , Medicines, nAN always be found, at J. T. JTJDK1NS J Drug Store, at-the lewest'eash prices PURE WINSS AND LJQ V ORS "Por Medicinal Purposes.may always be found X' at J. T. JUDKINS . '. PAINTS, fv ail oolora, and in every form, at J T. JUDKlNS'Drog Stoie. "LINSEED Olir" BY the Barrel or :'gaCon, at lowestjnarket rates; at J. T. JUDKIMS'flrug Store. y THE BEST. COAL OIL TN the market aUo, Lard Oil, Fish. Oil, 1 IVeat'j Foot Oil, &o., 4c, can be had at J, T. JUDKINS' at the lowest cash prices , PURE WHITE LEAD, 01 B. Fahneeteok'a brand, which is so just ly celebrated for its purity, whiteness and durability, is Just received by J. T. JUD KINS, and will be sold at the lowest cXaa pants.'-. . . '.-,s, s ' PERFUMER T, SOAP, SPICES, I"' ; TOBACCO, SNTJPF AND CIOAR8, A ND a variety of other artioles belonging X to the Druggist's trade, all of whloh will be sold as low as thev can be afforded. PR 1SICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Cakbfcllt Pbkpabkd at all hours of the day ana night.- ; - J. T. JUDKINS. 8ep8v.- i -i . C. D. KXOX & CO. ( Satcessbrs to HoClellan h Knox,) . ';: ,:' ':;' if.; t! -. A - . ' : ( r ;.. ITholesals "Dealers im.. , , t Boots and 81ioes. 4-.- -. i (5 Jaln street, JfTieeliDa, If. Ta. oot29mrJ. . , -t-a r. V. BOSI.IT. ..Old. . . s. raait BOILS Y s5" Wholesale Dealers ia :. a.V.!l 11 -i:f.i t Fancy Groceries, ToVacco, REFINED SUGARS, C'NED GOODS ; Foreign and Domestic Fruiti, 'ote., ice, ; ;i.-' ; i.-,''. -..H'. niiys '.."i..: ; ; Also, If anufaetnrsrs' of C ANDlEs! l! : ' .';: !i :' . : y. i-.j -r... ' 'eot29n3, ' ' ! 69 Jfaln St.; tTheeling, If. Va f ,J.: L. HOBBS, ; SON CO v, v ( :.:. s -i'fiKn i-- f.'-'-v.i-i-Ui '.-lie Importers . ; of Qufiensware; Manufacturers of Flint Gla Ad stealers in steamboat and House Furnishing Goods. ? : 115 Afain and 41 Water , street, rTbeeling, Kest Va, ..ootzDmtf -ft' 'Qt! a o 5; ft 2-r W : ' O res o , o C :ft, g as T. sT Ox m 3 a; o sr. 5. w on r1, 9 S3 D ; Wo flr f? t J 'ft "5 U .9 Hi- 9 a. H ' : ' fcj '!:.. !'" ft . ft , ;,: ; s vs. BOOK OKAT Turn 1 II. K LAI INDDISTRIES 1 J . !vj Or. THl CNITID ' 8TATE8, AX BISTOSICAJj SUMHAav OF TUB OBIOIR, OBO WTH AJD rSBFBCTIOB OF THB CHIEf ISDUBTBlAIi . 1300 Pages, 50a Eugravings. Written by 20 Eminent Authors, Including JOHN B. GOUQH, LEON CASB, BO - WARD ROWLAND," JOS. B. LYMAN, : Rbv. B. KDWIN .HALL, HORACBi iii - GRKKLRY. PHILIP tlPLKY, . t ALBERT BRISBANE, F. B. '. i PERKINS, Ete., Etc ' ! ;'- ; This -work is a oomplete history of all branches of industry .prooess of manafacture, etc. in an ages It is a complete encyclope dia of arts and manufactures, and la the most entertaining and valuable work of informa tion on subjects of general interest over of, fared to the publio. It is adaDted to the wadtt-of the Merchant; Manaraetnrer, Me. sells to both old and young of all classes.-,. The book is sold by agents, who are making large sales in all parta of the country. It Is offered at the low price of f 3 CO, and la the cheapest book ever sold by subscription. ' No family mould be without a copy: ' We want agents in overv.tewa of the United i States, ana sq . agent can. fail to do well with this book. Our terms are liberal. We give out; agents me exclusive rignt ot territory. One of our agenta sold 133 eopleg ia eight days, anoiner soia 368 tn two weeks. , Our agent in, Hartford sold S97 in one week. Bpeoimens of the work sent to agents on receipt ef stamp. For-circulars and terms to agenu address the publishers, ' ' J. B. BURR & HYDE, : Harttord, Conn., Chicago, 111.; or: Cinolnnatl.O J"14" 6:!;a(oiy';!;T -:lUu t..n -:f. 1 iff aim in Tin 1 11 n iiribiiA : i j ri isi Wlllw 1UXJ -' ; FLORA : BL AIR8 lESTATEi i5, ' ' if'.. ?".'')?' i, o.' i ; )?,'' fc;:?-.:i. i.I : THE final settlement aoeounts of K. G. ! Blattler, Guardian of Flora Blair; will be for hearing February 85, 1873.r n. ' JAS. R. MORRIS, Jan21w3. Probatt Judge Af, C. O. iR'E I N H E BB-' S IITT BAKERY &1 si i n r ..- s HOISHJ OUTH OF COURT THB undersigned Is prepared to furnish the pablie with Fresh Bread, KtisksV Sagar, ' Pound and Fruit Cakes,Jumbles,aiDger Cakes , wbddin:g-.o akss. Pies, prank ere and Cheeee.f 0NFECTI0 NERIES., Of all kinds., Fma. aad oommea eaadiea. Canned Frnits, the freshesi ik the market; - i PtUMg, Cowr, - IAS, FRENCH 'epper'Saucel ' ' Chocolate " Cherries, ' -f,'t . .(Raisins, ... MUSTARD. . . . Currant; ti.; Uitroo,,, Nuts of all kinds. Parties farniahei with and Cigars cakes and eeafe' tioneries on short notice!, OYSTHiBS Served at all - 4 ' hoars. PrJ It V . . . wee juruiaaea va anon nntioe.- r --c-.-t ;. 4ee7T. y r-; i 1 JACOB, SEISHSU HOI TO THE BARBER ' SHOPr Photographic Gallery; f-.v.y . . 7 lei. 7,,'' .... OTHB undersigned keeps tho only BarUf ' 1 fehop in . Woodsfield. Bhavinr. iair-t tin and sham nooing done in tha best atU,t MT OR O C 13 It -jr a s-'tlf JTftt.?ei CooUlnaJobaece, cigars, candies, nuta, datei ioz oniiaren, paper oollarfcL tanned frfiltsof all kinds, sardiues.ink.blaek.g-. ing, orackerSj smoklne tobaoce, pipes, oaner nvelopek,ao.,&o.' ; ' ' i.v t-n-t a -v .1 t-! j 'it was 1 wilT" pay The highest" maffcl Bacon. And to Jhoseia town wanting good hams, shoulderaf-eldes,1 VrHlwtfpply, t the y"t '".fMt rt- Call and examine njj stock. t e '.I r? r?: -nu. i'3T?t?1,'3 OYSTERS served at all hours. .Si i't t deu7v. - "w - ' : i : WrtMASI BCHEUFBLhV Jit- wk-;..-! .: Ari ..ran.-: MONROE M CTIIA t 53- Fire Insurance -OT- WOODSPEELD. OHIO' to- u'u'..i ft. -. ;i :;:: '; 'M'y C.A,p.IT:.A-:SJ,OCi;t v.. 45 PREMlUJt'ifdtis,' ,'.r J I,.- -.. r.ir $100,000. May 1,1871 sir .-: '?':'. 'i.-ilt ..3c J, , ,J - i T77iiT.jrr1T..rt..,fii...ii.nir i -M "W ' t - i:xh;r';a;J v x ' . ; .... Dlrectom. " '- ' J. P SPBIQG3,: t ,v :M, HoErrLE.: -..J: H. C. Kotzebuk, , G B- Davinpo!. y.KT, . rETEE DlXHI ;; .'l:;-i R. C. Mhes. : ; omnfri.r'."'::wr: H ! B. B ILL" President . :rr' Ji P, SPRIGGS, 'Treasurer.' ,W. F,QxXTirSecrelary -'l tvir. -1-..V jel4r. r , , . . WM. II. ROBI.VSOJI, ;Yi.l- -;''n .tr. rv f?J u-u 'f-ijO HI Painte,Oils,Whitr3& Red lead -! i;t!'MM ' :if.JiJ .-;uj'j3:: t;?f Olabs, Fkinch akd Amiwcan Ziiffj, MINERAL AND MIXED PAINTS, -;! : 1 ' "afl; .Cbforti f.r.O il-wl'J ' , ;;-:) "-..;? ;!;! 1 eVai Turpentine, Varnishes, Lime, Dcr. Suh. Glazed Jash, ie." V k ' 7 oct29y i?.75 jfoM Ari irheeUni,' .' P. 1 1 'rtr -ia LegaliiNotice. ikti':0 ?at. i-.?'?!Hr-JU'::!H3 .5?'rjit"W EBKNEZBR MILLS and. CaroliM, Mills,!. wife,' whiwe place of residence is row known, will take notloethat On the 2d day of January, A. D 1873. Jonlf JfoATakoa filed his petition la (he 'tonrt of oommon pleas tot Afonroe oounty and State of Ohio, the objeotj and prayer of said petition is to foreclose a"" mortgage gives by defendants to plalalij; oa : the southwest quart of the southeast e.aarH ter or section flre, township, four of xauge . five containing' forty acres of land in Monroe oounty, aforesaid, which mortgage 'was given ' by defendant to plaintiff to secure the pay--ment of two several promissory Botes of hand given to plaintiff by tefendants ' oae! falling due January 30.1M6. and oaaiog(for$2et, the ether falling da Apvit., i8584lUog fw, $125, and interest, to, be adod, in eaoh aoAw from the time Jhey fell due respectively. , Unless tbedefeadauts answer by the 17tf day pf January, 1873," said petition. wjU be taken aa true, eoafessed.and at the "aokt ita of eaid odurt decree wilt be taken against t said defadanu and the Lrade ordered to sold for the eaUsfaotbon of said mortgage and!1 notea. ,.r r. , JOHN .AfcMARON, ,: .c,r jan7w, By E. Headley his AtVy, a. W, A. FICKEN-S ESTATE? uKio't ---.n. ' al' ; 'j-jw Jiitl THB third partial settlemeat aooonat 'oil Alex. Buchanan, Guardian , of the heirs of Wm. A; PiokenS, wiU be for hearing Afarch ' 41873. .' ::; 1 i .-!. h.at ,)-,',' ' w''" 'ii b ' ' iV fc ,AS V M0R1IS. -r,v"h j Janag.'MwS. ProVato Judge U. C. O. ' , f g: M. Yi GATES' ESTATE -iOt.4 rpHe third partial 1; settlement account of' 1, Beja uin Rouae, Gu.'.rdiau of Geoge, W.1 and Madison vV Gatea, will be for heariac . March5;l87S. "3 ' .. t 'i " ?;:v t JAS. K. MORRIiu ; i : jan28,733. Probats Judg M. C. O. V- V'' 4 . 1 r 1 -r I : 1 I ; r t; 1 i , ? : ':" fj.