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v. . v " ft rHEtglRT,uytDB3I0RAUV, 1873.-: 5 ' - -187B J TJD K I K 3,0, A HEAD! "ft t;- i.. :RBp.T:B:II Ef. U'mm & Si - J l t"iiclav July 1, 1S73. 'AND ' SPJIING.&;,SU30IER! ; 'Spring of -1873 A H-E-A D ! !; PRO VI SI O K STO RE! The farmorv,like the usineW'inan; ipjist know what li; ja dti,n 2 L,,lier jqost . haye.3(meDr6!U' decided idt-as tof.-wliat N: 'KOEHlEK. 187JJ. ' heait to aseomflwh-iia' fact,-Tie ' must C H A R L E S JL A U E, S t E I N MEKCIIAT TAILOR, J ACOB-B EMi P. RR, SiC U U-M A CAE R', Kff fiWBl;.;j M PRICES!! . "Wwdsflell; Ohio. lifillill-! .tte-Vnu fctfotf fcfe 8bili-tiiit 1 of each IcjMitii'tfie top," Xmt ihef snbi'soil: grass are adapted to eacb. . rr .--t 1 ' We offer to onr enstcmers, and the public in general, a full assertment'of'-' li ' J.-o". . II BY C 0 OSS. isn DEAtaA t!f -:o:-- He must know when ia the best time I'a. t 3i- 10 wbrTcTRcaT'whethcr ihey- neect siim- . lie must know the condition in which the ground mitjt'jbe when plowed, so ... . that it le not too wet or too dry. y U tnusHtoo w thatj t-oae; .erainj re- quird 'earlier "aSwlhg'Iriari others", aud ; , wh:it these grai m are. . He must knotrUow to put them in. ; He mut kqow. 4hat it will pay. to' njai-&.tSerVc.D;!ilnt"'9 well! as jjj y Ie mii3tJijov -anotj stgck , aiul.; ma nures, and the cultivation of Ueeaand JBBHlLfruit;,enti many utliar.'tbinwa? in a r word, he must know what experienced i.vJJSPrv.irjg, farmers knotf, to be. sure of success, Tfhej hilL 1:9s auess will - , obt'ruu such risks. ' ' , H fl reerrf (inn fbv tliolt rh. : ; The following prescription was adopt . td by the College of 'Physicians in Phila delphia in 1866. It has been repeatedly published, but, as it Los stood the test of fiuiAtf years of experience, it wiil bear re . publication at this time. It is regarded 'i&jt many pVoWoly the very.tic9t - p're : ecription that ean'be'ased for cholera in v its incipient stages : ' t ;. f fr? IT liT.hiirTannrri 9 nVirTnaa ervtrira' tf rnm ' "phor,'2 6u.nce3t lincttire of capsicum ounce ; tincture of ginger, 1 ounce ; es ""jerTce Qfpermint, 2 ounces, ; lioff fnjiBimjdyivl, touncess'f I tir.ano yne cannot be readily obtained, substi tute sulphuric etber -half the quantity' " Mix thoroughly, and shake well every lime it is used.-&iretjr take from 10 to 25 drops, according to age, condition anl tiolence of Attack. Bepeat every 20 minqtea tilj jcUefjs obtained M. Tj ades- peraacasejils tblcspooii ili pact. lTt npqua quantityvfofjwater, . sitting posture, with the back supported, , till it has full opportunity to woik Carry a small rial in the pocket, with a few lumps of whirestigar upon which to drop it, to be used in sudden emergencies," ! When the Crusaders, under King u Richard f England, 'tiefcafed'theSara- cens, the Sultan, seeing the troops fly fcuked' wh'ad yrak tW 'mbef f-thc Christians who were making all slaughter? He"-wa told that it only King Richard and his men, that tBeywSf alf afoft.: "Then," this was and said the fenltan, 'Allah has forbidden that fctcfl 3 floili warrfor as KinffiRiiardl 'ih'ould march on Toot," andsehtim a nperb charger, The messenger took Ctand liisJiw, tbealtan aenkls you Ibis charger, that you may not be on enemy, and ordered one of his squires to moBiit the horse, m order tp try htm. TiQN8ljiii?e ye; IbutihejlBnimalwjis - fiery, Wd as' Se could not hold him in, fee t off Rtnll speed , to ,he Snltaa' K tTJaTilk)1 JBolSultao7 expected" he-had ' got King Richard, and was not a . little mortified to- discover mistake -; , ; ' ItirChinese laborjn San Francisco is ,jrniKiaiiC'Bai'failiire."rWe suppose this aimply mean? that. John Chinaman, is t Tjtoo bhrewd'and ioey.,aaking.' 'tocxre more.cheaply than do others, how ; that his original contract has expiredr .The Result reached iswhat. might have been anliclpated. X1 necessity he works out f the contractat'.made before . coming to this cauntry ; this done and he is free", Md very caturally refil&es to work more iheiply than others fie1 is nor, in all -'telpects, ;as good a; workman as: the ' American mechanic. He is' simply ag lmtaUve cieetuVean when' he has" no .opy teollow; Uaitheend of his in- . feni1gr.tv Benee he ' caflnot command s much-s anAmerican 'workman, 'and haling-to S6rk Tor. lesshJa gettibg oul.'bf empl6ymentf.r Qderi'liave been ,ientttfCna.4ii'i) BendrngVlatpjer? -:- - ft ix. 'u; , ..Li. 11 .i ;,.!) iiDnrhigva rtnassmertih? held' .several years since by the Methodist b'retftren orf,Sffullicir' iiyageV Tirottei' Jones cobgregation. Tindingtherei ,an.;pld man notorious for his endeavorsio, - serve n tqe abbg,th and featan the rest of tht? week,' Tie said i " " n "Wdl, Brother Ditk I'm gld. . ,tq ?ce btiiltTk: Haven't'" Ptphj 'inrtorkfeVs . BinceT saw you latrotierjtWk . "No, Brudder Jones, no t,urkcv." JNor any cl-ks, Brother ?i "No, noi,Br.8d(kii Jones,' -too chick-. "Thank the Ixwd Brother TMckJr--Jbat'l doing well, my brother!'- fiid . Brc4hCToi,Icavrn'bBrothe:VlHck,; " who immediately relieved his reve'tbur dened;C9ciei)cei.b'y saying to a near neighbor, with an impatient sigh ot re- -Jieii, , , "Ef he'd said dvckt, he'd , a had me T' .tirtTnm Dackl- Drew.' the tfrviVoV of more Wall street mortality than any man living, thus gives in his testimony about his young friend," Jay Gould:1 . "Now Jay's & kiiid fr'sbaYp boy. He's bin to the synagogue and they jjets tbeirieve jeeti cut th'ei c ifortthev's oit 6T th'efr bibs and tuckers. ? 'Teshe's sharp mighty sharps but .he's rpahin'. things a leetle too last"" He "cant buck' aia.tbe whole gteet; be had ongliVAo qo het celuUlii't Ja5 nobbing ;f -fee . eort. There's been chaps as &mart as Jav what's .tiied (it, nod theTjigotscoop- ed airfii i'hea'p Jikli ; They'll kelch Jay on, a tarn jine of these flpe cjorpings, aUief iotA a fete.' ?l.Iini tfy " word, boys ! I've Wen on the street a lonjm ",183.40, 0 the 4oj-s busted,' anJth('r'Br61n'''Yo -Tie some more o' 'em busted right 6pon. , Mai - yfj Saj-f 4n -Savanna (Georgia) "A coolred youth in Thomasville was ' hired bg cWtbleBJanto.ca! ry a ebonlder'ofpofkto any poor family he Wf.n Pfentoevejyt bottagia town.but all denied that they were pior. lHoeslapces.lwfs evco.ped 10 me iront gate ov excited lemaies.wno expressed a desire to curt his hair with :- the smalt end of a broom.' rT I .ATtorw rl nn 1 r-r ,one 01 fifty evtr-fioflae' t5 the United States from Havana Number one iathe'ex clubive property "orex-Queen Isabella r of Spain, '-who has bought, it .every f :- - -drawiTiVrtoftb? asl.'tWRn'ft-ara.'iU (" - Spanish gtan3innfiyXSc . : . -'. ffionopolizfe tfie J f. r'sttiatf4 tnlir5bcriri 1 . ' tlw bope tutTl'Tut; 'wili changle at' last, I - ... ' t .- r . 1 1 WOULD Inforjn the citizens of Woodsfleld nd vicinity that he has on hand a large stook of . ,. .. . U.'-t t.' CONSISTIB? OF, Teas, Coffee, Sijgar,' -. JMOLASSES, STRDP3, r , ,. Vinegae, Epknino- and ,, , LuBRiCATiNQ,and other Oils, Said Fish. i)ried. Apples, Canned Frait.Raiains, Prunfea, English ' Cnrrants, Tobacco', Cigars, Vanke Notions, Candies, Paper Collars and Caffs, Frnlt Jare, Rice, Horainr, Soaps. Con centrated lye, Baking Soda, Saleratus,. ) 3Iemorandutn,Blank, Toy & School Books, Letter or Foolfoap Papei1 sold by the ream at ;- wheeling prices, . ,'- Lamps And Bhcshbs of all desorlptlons. Candies and Confectioneries of all kinds kept constantly oc hand. Tobs, ..,Bncket8, Half-Bagkel j ATeatnres, Brooms, Washboards. Hoes, Forks, Shovels and Axes. In fact, I keep everything usually Kept ins - First Class' Grocery. Store. GITAgent for Walter A. Wood's world re-. nowned Harvesting" Machines. May 20, 1873, ' P. SCHDMACEI,ER. I ::':"DAIS" VBRTICAL FKED,:SHUTTLE- . SEWING 'M A C 1 1 X E KArUVACTTKBD At . r ATERT 0 TT ?f , SETT , TOflR. .'. : i. . . - : ; TH13 C"6MPANT was organfied ' at Water town ' jfefferson County, N.1 T., tn Fetrn ry,188, wilh" a:eaih'' capital ' 6f fl50,000, Whicatapltal atock ' was "eabseqaently ln- cruated to $30A,009. The. Companr't Works aro vey. etnsive equipped with the latest and most approved machinery, and worked by the best mechanical skill the country af- fnri. iTh Jominrl tar thulr maahJnAii h Veen nnprecedented and to provide lor the rapidly lnoieastng. sales it, nas been louna necesEary to Invest an ' " '- -":0 ''' 33. ?az th. $ioo;ooo in tools, machinery and stock.' and arrange, menti fcave been completed and are now in progrees U qnadmple the number of ma chines in 1974, over Ue nember made ;in 4873. , .It is a flattering tribute to the eioel- lenoeof;.;i(.(i A . 7,:t : viV - : ' IDE ' BATIS MACHIiE, that this demand has been created without ad vertising) or a resort to the many appliances usually brought to bear ia foisting apon the pnblio machines of inferior merit. ' ' It has become a common practice -among lTre olothinc hovsesv to eat the nndei nlv Ll6nger than: the apper . one, ' tb allow' for the falling, so that both ends shall oome ont oven. This defect has brought a well merited reproach npoa - . and torms the main reason why flist elass tailors discard their use in seams ' requiring strength. T."' V, - This great defect has existed since the fret introduction of Seving Machines, ' and i the world might have ever remained in ignorance on that point except for .the ingenuity of .;; MR, JOB A. DA VIS, a gentleman of fcbility.andosbted genlns and mechanical skill. ' This invention forms one of. the distinguishing feature af"i ifM. THE DAVIS MACHINE ii t,t t Vi J-,'ftJj 1:1 -t and which il destined to tak precedence and to place It at tjie head of the long list of first class Sewing Machines at an early day. . The Feed need In Tea Davis is naiike any bihif, and presents: a pew working, principld leng desired in Sewing JfacUuies combining one of the most novel, ' valuable and import ant features ever patented. lis Known as : vn& -C7-'i ,1. !;..! it' !;X.ui'l? '.J .f. . -. .THE .VESTICAlj 'FEED... , ' This tb arrangeil irt)ovef'the' shuttle' plate f the goods resting upon a smooth surface, land are. held firmly, down by the presser foot .an til the needle has punctured the fabric, at which time the pressure " 6vT the fabrio is being transit thd ftwrn- tfte' ressare 'foot to the vertical fe5ed11ar,(rfcic&i eotries idown on the eeodoleee behind the needle,) bynmeans of a )ever connecting the .two -and. also, with the needle bar. so that at (be time the tif edleiias leached Us toweat point-the 'full pressure' is transmitted to the feed . bar, and .. at which time the needle bar and feed bar are both moved, Jaterally the; deeired length of stitch, both mpvin? .u unison at , their highest and loweet nolnta. - '. ' " ' ' ' ' ' 'Alt'- Mrichinls 6dfettu' dJimlci hulK liocal Agents WftiilcJv -' ' For farther particulars and olrerilart ad. drew ; . r yiLUAM iIN9TKRMA,' . , ITooiisllald, Monroe. County, Ohio. anr!0,t873i.3: ' " t. MILLINERY ; " G00 DS. I hare jast receiTed; a nioej stock of Ifats, lC-i..i Bonnets, Iiadles lVeeKtles, Sibbons, Flowers, and other, articles cpnneet? efita atfiilinerySstabliehment.jrrt.jT :l t.-.: 1 .r. ' ..v": illatt and:SpneU Trimmed i the latest 3' iiT .. i i-.' i Straw poedi bleached and ;maAe, I am determined, to sell cheaper than ,any: other establishment ia Wpodsfleld, or .a.'he epniu. ty-t-.-i. . .-.-.t, :f ..- Place of business west of the Court House Hull nii.I Timlnn mr slnnV." ''"' ATJk.. en that taeBnhtcrajer XVlSa&x-tSen ointed aaJTxeoirtor of' the J deceased,' I ;3 L r .a . " June iu. 10 1 o W3. EERETTA Xfid'tJRliErlrATE rr.rTB first Vartlifi sertlement acobnnt of'J. Sf. i tfdisrTej,,'tnara;fan 6f Emeretta J, Qoarley, wlllDeror hearing July 16, 1573 jab R unnnTn ' f c 'ProBaVadga Menrea,Co.,di J J Gentlemen?sFiirnishin?:Goods. On East tide of Pullie Square. Two doors North of Judk ins' Drug Store. "WOODSFIELD, OHIO. WOULD respectfully inform the ottfzens of Woodsneld,and the public generally; tbat he does a first class TailoriDg Business, and will keep on hand' a carefully selected stock of llotlis, Caslmere fe Testing. And Is prepared to make olofhing in the latest styles. Also, will cut out suits for persons who deaire to have them made elsewhere, may 20,1373. CHARLES LATJKNSTE1N. 335 o H a M " t:,.B-'D- g .5 OQ.:- ir P3 o 5fi Mr) P. - a e. 25. ; s- C3 O ! "g tr" . 13 .p-ft, - .PS ; .- ,: ft ip-' 'S :ir ! .ft -! ft P--ya4-5B'--a- 5T ,1-1 ' " - Legal Notice. TH03IAS L. MDRREY will take notice that ob the 17th day of June, 1573, Albert O. liughes flled in the court f common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, Us petition against the said Thomas L. Murrey, too object and prayer of which is to pubjeot funds .of Baid Murrey, in tbe hands of Taylor Watklns and Thomas Wilson, to the satisfaction of a judgment in favor of said Hughes against said Thoraai L. Marrey, that said caUBe will be for bearing t the October term of said court. 1873. t-' i ' ALBKRT Q. HUGHES, .': fi'i y : By Hollister tt Okay hia Att'yi. ... Janie;g4,,l873-rw6. ,- - : ly. i Notice. GOTTLliSB KASTNEB, wtose place of reel. denne ia nnknQwn,is notified that Looiaa Kastner did, on tie 18th day of Jtyje, l873, 'file s' ber ; petition la the office of the clerk of; 'tbe court of common pleas within and for the county of Monroe and State of Ohio, -charging the said Gottlieb Kastner with Wllf.ol abeenoe from the said Louisa Easier for more than three years last, past, askiug tbat she may- be divorced from the said Gott lieb Ivvjtntr, and tbe eujttodr of the minor children; which petition, wilt be for hearing at the next term of said court. Dated this 18th day of June,' 1873, ' . u-V: ;:. --i LOUISA KASTNER,' "., fBy Driggs& Hoeffler; her Att'ya. .Jtti 21 1873 w. ;i"!s !..: . Xi,Nbtice inl Partition.,- MARGRET ANN WELL3, Mary D. Wells, -C'loe B. M. Wells, Ida May. Wells, James Bntier Wells, Rachel Wells, John F. . Wells, Sarah T Wells and jnhn C. Wells, and Elisa Gillie and Sampson Giliis, non residents of the State ef Ohio, wtH take notice that John D. Mc Wright and Ruth McWright his wife on the TEth of Jane, 1873, filed in the oourt of common . pleas' ' of Monroe county, ' Ohio, their petition against them and others, tbe l. T . . J M .' L T A 1 . . f tion of certain real estate, and also to compel the speoific performance of a contract made by James Witten, in his lifetime, for a part of fractional seotion eighteen, township one of range four, and for partition of the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of seotion nineteen; township one ot range four; which petition is pending in raid court, and by or der of said oourt the above named parties were made parties to said proceedings. ' , . . - J. D McWRlGQT & WIFE, By Hollister & Okey Att'ys for pl'tiff. ' June 24, 1873 w6. . . , .. . i t For Sale. 7l''la,rge store and ware room In 'g"ood repair M1 'with 'the necessary shelving, conntors,&o:, on- Main , cross stret, :witbino?0 feet of the public square and directly opposite the , Oourt House in the town of Woodnfield; boing the store house formerly occupied by D. Walton,' as aDruirStore.-'' ' 1 ; TeVms easy ' and' .reasonable. , For - further particular enqu ire of Amos & sprigga. . , . June 10, 3-tf. . THOS. WAiTOK. ,j CASPER YOCKEY'b ESTATE. THE .-third partial settlement account of Christian Diehl, Executor of Casper Yockey, deo'd, will be for bearing July 17, 1873: ' ' - '. '; " ' ' " " JAS.' R. MORRIS, - y jane24,'73wS. - Probate Judge M. C. 0. MILLARD L.N..WRIQ DTS' ESTATf TOE first partial settlement -account of Har. I vey Wright, 3uaidian' of Millard ' L. N. Wright, will be for hearing July. 18, 1873. it-.t; -i,; .i -i ..-3 J AS. R. MORRIS, ; . Probate Judge M. .C, 0. -June24,'73w3. . . . USJlianK UeeaS ana MOir- -ZtT. &J. .l4At.ffl " gae9 tor e J twsqaice.; u; INotions,, Hardware; ! - B O O .T S ass SHOES, At the very lowest prioes. We Intend to sell to, all alike. , .Let your children come, and we. will sell tq them at the same price that we would sell to you. '":". 'J ; We don't make any .Leading Arlictct (sell one thing without profit, and charge three profits on others) Our motto is: ' and let every article of goods bear its own " burden.; We assure you that for Ten Dollars in Greenbacks, (or National Currenoy, either.) ; We give you as much good Goods as any other establish ment in this place, or any place else. Don't carry yenr money out of your own county. May 20, 1673. . r. & N. KOKHLER. BUCHAN A BABWES, -; ! ; i . .a" ij i. . .'.-:. ; O Lirery and : : Sale ... Stable, North of the Court House, , WOOD SF1EL D'y- OHIO, j Funerals and Parties attended at reasonable rates. ... ; ,;:" : I , Particular Attention will be Pid . , to lioaruius Horses. ... '. . FKICES WILL BE REASONABLE, and they solicit the patronage of their friends and the publio generally. ... v Afay 20, 1873. I Sf. HOLK9ALE; EXCLCSITELTJ . i - ;. Lagest StopK in the jAIarkef. KKW CUWDS OPENED JAILT f ' . GoodsSold at Lowest Buyers arar invited to caf at OUE NEW STOP, !41 Litferty Street. sbtjgh; W.t. SHUBOH. - in' , - 1 f BTSPHBFBOir, m , i . ;,l?ay6,7873 w6. !! I. JU8T OPENED BY . 1 J ..U.-.J TAYLOR &r ARMSTRONG. fiBluIA.XHE, OHIO. Their stock comprises full lines ot Goods in 7 1 ; : all departments. 'V- f ' . ' '! ., -: Dress Goods, Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves,.Staple & Fancy Notions, Carpet, Floor Oil Cloths, Rugs,. Mats, H ASSOCKS,'' Yfl N DOW , SHADES, Table OiiCyiisfe,: &c. 1; '. r ' p.'.v ' ; . - All bought in New York. at panto prioes, : and will be sold as low as can be bought in any city for same olass of goods. ,' . . .. . t Black vAIpaccas ' a' ' Specialily. Orders reepeotfully solicited, . ?r. ' ' TAILOR &. ARMSTRONG. May 6, 1873. BlIa(Ve, Ohio. -::. tj o:. vr.-'fir. .: Legal i :-Notice.- HENRY SCOTT, who resides in the SUte P.f . Arkansasr Kliza Light, wife of James Light Wjilliam ficott, Alexand.iv Baker, Gain Baker, iHrgery Baker, Margaret Baker, who reside in the .Vtate of Indiana; James Scott, who resides In the 5tato of Pennsylvaniaand David Soott, wlie resides in .he State of West Virginia, wilf take notice that on the 10th day of May, A. D. 1873, John Scott filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe coun ty, Ohio, his petition against them . and the other beirs of Thomas Scott, Sr., the object of which is to obtain partition of the fol lowing lands in Monroe connty aforesaid, to wit: The north half of the northeast quarter of section seven, township sev-n,range seven; (except abont ten acres aoM to John Scott in the southwest corner thereof,) v containing about eighty acres; also, the southwest quar ter of the northeast Quarter of same section. township and range, containing about forty acres, except school house lot, abort one half acre. Said defendants are required to an- awer on ue ztjin aav Groceries, Queensware, . ARBUTHNflT, I ern!Prices. r N0S.239 ttnA2, tferty S)Ei C, ARBUTnaOti : :, 1 - "WWW WWi,, .vt I 'olocap. m. I J - , AH7" tor-4o.BaL:lwisv,OWa, Jnjrt 0,lW$rl a 'v. 5sT,i.ir?-w, .. ... .na ....tJr.itiowy,,, y dwrqb,- HUNTER TERMS CA S II 11 1 I BEG leave to say to the oitizens of Mon roe county that I will keep on hand and for sale, at the Lowest Cash Pbicbs, a fine assortment of . f , , . ; . ; -; ; Tecket and Table Cutlery1 Furniture Trimmings, Coffin Trimmings j Me chanics' Tools, Farmers' Implessents, Shoe makers' K3V i It., i. 3f O R. TV A T SA I L .RODS, (Jarden Seeds. Brushes of all kinda, Nails and Spikes, Locks and Latches,, Bells of all k nds, WIN DOW 6 LASS.; OF .'AlL SIZK3 Picture Glass, Glass, cut all shapes and .sizes, Floor Oil Cloths, Lamp Shadea,. ,( r: Plows, Plow Wings, Plow Points of all kinds., Rak6S, Forks, Shovels Hoes, CLOTHES W E I TX, Q E R s Boring Machines, Angsrs, Brsoes and Bjtts, Gimblets. Chisels, Hatchets, jammers, Draw ing Knives, Bench 'Screws,' '1 ' P LA N'E. S ' 0 F ALL KI N D S Bolts of all sizes, Monkey Wrenohes. Screws and .Bjntts of all siiwsfi Coffee Mills, Saws, Saw" Hanares ana aaw Sets, K at and MOnse Traps, Well Buckets;' and iii fact everything nsnally kept in a first claaa Hardware Store.' ' ' 'U .; N .': J.-T- JUDKINS,'' ' Southeast corner Public Square. 1 ma7i. . ... . Woodsfield, Ohio. ' DRUG -:o DRUGS, PAINTS. OILS, ' : ' ''" VARNISIIE3. BRUSHES f ,, DYE STUFF, AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines, CAN always be found at J.. T. JUDKINS Drug Store, at the lowest cash prices. PURE W1XES : AND LIQUORS For Medicinal Pnrposes,may always be found " at J. T. JUDKINS'. : ;- "r PAINTS, i;J ;'i OF all colors, and in "every fdnn,: at J. T. JUDKINS' Drag Stoie. 'r ' " 1 - Trvcppri virr' T) t the Barrel or gallon,' at lowest mafKet JJ rates, at J. T. JUDKlKDrutf Store. ! " " TtlE BEST COAL OIL TN th' market--alsd, Lard 'Oil, Fistt Oil, X Heat's Foot Oil, etc., &e Can Xe had at J. T. JUDKINS at the lowdsteasli prices., :.; PURE LEA.D, OF B. Fahnestock's brand, which Is so Just ly celebrated for its purity, "whiteness and durability, 'J3 Just received by t.TVjUD. KINS, and wUl be-aold at the lowest tASH raita,: -.. ,:;r ..... i V.r, PERFUMERY. SOAP, SPICES TOBACCO. SNUFF AND CIGARS, A A ND a variety of other articles belonging ilJ to the Druggist's trade, all of which will be ioU as low as the v can be afforded. : ' PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS Carsfullt Pbspaeed at all hours of the day and night. - J. T. JUDKINS. sep8T. '"''." -..-' ' ; ; . of Chronic or Acute Rheumatism, Gout, IScI' ata, Beadaohw, Lumbago, Ague, "Nervbnsness, or Kidney affections, accepted for. treatment. luai i rannoi cure. WE WKRE CURED BY DR. FITLER'S VEG-' ETABLB RHEUMATIC SYRUP, the prescrip tion of an Eminent Regular Phyaictan. After nsing without Vhefit bitters, compounds, baths, tonics, Uninnra'ts.pyis, plasters.washes, mineral springB, etc, we know this- wonder ful discovery by J P. Fitler, M. D , during 39 years' special practice in Khentnatio aad Ner vous Diseases, will ; cure permanently , the most aggravated cases without inj ury to the system. It develops new medical combina tions, scientific princrplos, advanced chemis try and (progressive pathology, .and Js in our judgment the only care.before tte public. we particularly and earnestly recommend it to sufferers of moderate means, who ' cannot afford experiments aud loss on useless prepa rations or exhausted treatments. Rev. Thomas Jtfurphy, D D.. 23d ward, Philadelphia; Rev.. C. H. Ewing, Afedia, Pa , Kev, Joseph boggs, 2.1 ward, Phila.;Rev. John Stockton, Camden; Hon. Judge Lee; Camden, New Jersey; ex-SenalOr Stewart, Baltimore, ex-Governor Powell, Ky.; Hon, J. V. Creely, member or t;engress, rhila.-. Hon. Alderman Comly, rhila., and thousands of. others, as WU'as the 'f&lf6wing (JeleDi ated ' professors signature, endorsing professionally. tr. Fit- ler viz: Philip Sjug Physick, . Af. D.; J. Red wan, Ooxe, itf.'D ; N, Chapman, "M. D.; T, C. James, Robert 'Hare', Ml D , William (Jibson, A7. D., W. E. Horner, M . D.; W, P, Dewees, M. v.; s. jacKson, m. v ; jonn Bell, M. U ; J. h.. Aitchell, M. D.; Thomas Uarne. M. D ; H. L. Uodge. Mi D., Benjamin S.'. Jenney, ilf.'D.j N. Shoemaker, 11. D,.- i-.., .;,.... The oft deceived sufferer may wisely, dsk, what security or evidence has he-f hat Dr. Fitlkr's Rhechaiic Sthcp will cur, his casef The protection oSered ts patients against;im- pouiuu jo iu a legauy aignea coniraci wuicu --- . . . . . j ... . . ... ' .... win oe lorwaruea wituooi onarse witn tx- plaeatery pamph"(eM P any - sufferer sending to 4a b fourth street. Tlula. Home Office, by letter a description of affliction,' this guarantee will state the exact number of boUTefe'wai'rsu- ted o oure, and in case of failureitlie mouey paid will be returned to the patient. A re ward of $100 for an incurable case.' No other remedy has ever been offared-on suoh liberal terms. . Get a circular on the . various forms of Rheqmatism, also blauk applioalioia fcr guarantee; gratis or the special agent, ' v , Ji Q. McCnifLocsH, Agent, Dea!le?i!le, ifon-f roe csanty, umo. June 6, 18 itm9, : , . Attachment.vvdT Louisa IlezorEJaintiff, VUefore Sidtfer Stajf V8. ,T key, J. PvfofSnp- Isaab McVevy'prendant, j mit towjfship, "Ikkon roe conntsrOhio; Onthe. 1 9th Jday ,oX,-Alay A, D. irj3, said Jirtice issued an owfef o( ! attachment in the above acton fur tie Brim of $VS9 22, ana 50 ptobiVjU. fco?t& jlMdlbjise ca a iiwt STATED SARASTEEOll ' of Joly,lp73- I ijl8r hearinjron tLe 9tbay qf Aly( 1873L1 1WW ft.aO.KTBB,:,. ,jv la1 o'clockp. m. "' t " j iWSMI'-''-' :i V SOUTH' OF ; COTJKT iTOtSB. rpHE undersigned begs leave to Inform the X pnbrtc that he keeps constantly in his bakery, Fesh Breads Riisks, (Takes of differ ent kinds, large nd.smail Pies.Ginger-Snaps, Crackers of all kindsCheese And Dried Beef. 'Jtfy, .'.;!'. f ' i-'if-V) Jtfi'il- ij 'A'' COiYFEcfloMRT 1 Contains Common and Fine Candies, Jellfts, Peaches, Pears, ; Corn. Oysters, ; Sardines. Pickles, Cellerv Sauce, Catsup,' French Afus tard, Raisins, Currants; Prune, Citrons. Figs, Date3, Chocolate, Nuts ,and other articles in this Mae.-, v...:-; : r Also( the best Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Rice, Ba king Powder, Soda, Soap, Blacking, Tobacco, Cigsrs, Spices of all kinds, Lye.and all other article kept in a first class Grocery Store. Parties. furnished Confectioneries at all times, on short notice. j t ; , . ICE CHE AH furnished during the sum-mer.:-":- , H ... . '. dec7r. JACOB , REINHERR HO! : TO THE BARBER SHOPJ 'J Mdtbgrapliic ijallcry," .... AND. G R O C E'RTf i i' 'i 'l mHB nndersirned keert the nnlv T?i.rV, JL feliop in WoodfcfieM. . Shaving,, hair-cut. ting and shampooing done in the best style, ;-. : ... - ' : ' .... i-i . '3C "ST . O- R O O E Tt. 7ST Contains tobacoo, cigars, candies, nuts, dates. figs cakes,1 toys i for children, paper collars, canned fruits of all kinds, sardJlnes, ink,black Ihg',' crackers, smoking tobaooo, pipes, paper, cuyoiujjc.1, as., o. i-!- ill .' ...... i.- . ' -:. ., I I ' will pay tbe Lighest market price for Bacon. And to taose in town wanting good hams, shoulders Bid -s, T will supply, at the lowest market rates, u Call and examine mv stock.. . . . . 5 , -.it ,-. v: '; '.'.BACOIf'OB SALE,- ''.' '' -ctec7t. li ('; WILLI AH ECHEUPELB. Antio'cli Select j School mHE next ma-ttlnr X; .commence on ilondav. Jul -28:1873. nrl continue Ten wl-i . '.' '. 'i: - -..:T1"8?. -: "' ... ;: t. Common Branches...,. ,.,-.. ....'$5 ,00 Higher ... ; . ... . ... ...tff ... 7 00 Tition . invariably- required in advance. Noj deductions willie allowed for absepce d-j-ring the term,Har will iof money be refun ded except in cases of protracted siekn'pss: ' I ENOCH AfARTIN, Principal. - -June 3i 1873 td. . M08 RO E 3ITL7T UAL Fire' " Insurance poihgariy. -or- ..:.:f OHIO. .-'iLil-'. k:': -. 0.1 J :i'.-t 1-i - r r t .fi i. t.'.i OAPITL STOCK, 1 5 ...-.i'i-. -IX- PREMIUM NOTES, May 1, 18U-4100,000. "j---!'.C Out 0- vj it: ;; V ' Directors. ,y,tr-: B. Hill, J. M. Rownw,- J. jP. iSpRIGOS, .: , M, HOEFFLER. ;. 11. C. Kotzebpb, ; O. H. Davenport. Wm. Oket, i-y. Peter, Diehl. i R. C. Miles. ,: ' t Vi I-'v'.: Offlcer. IT- B. HILL, President., J. P. SPRIGG3, Treasurer. ; W. F. Oket, Secretary. '." Jel4v. - W m . n . si o is 1 3f. o n y. -.v."i ' ' !-. .v Dealer in ... .. : ' . i..'.-. -i Eaints, Oils, White & Red Lead, . Glass, Fkench and American Zinc MINER A L A ND MIXED PAINTS, . .. air Valors: " til: ?- i-y.-ii. .-. . !i f. - Turpentine .Tarnishes Limef Poors 8aBh, uiazea asn, no. tilt v.'i .'iir.iiv- diiral v:T n ' i oct23y.'.jiV.i75 JIlainiSlnttiiWAalitig, W. Ta. a i. "it'l' ' '.' ': ' ! ) Tui) ') irrioi ' i ; JAKES F. BBNES...,. , . . ..TIJOMAS, WAiTOS B A R N.ES...&" WAtTON. . (Successors to Veazey, Barnes & Co,) I ' Importers and, WMesale Dealers ti.;:. i 7T: . ; .t'.to'ii '.. China GLlss & QueehsWare, ? Lamps. Chimney si, A'C. No." 47 Main and 9 Qaincy streets, -;, f ! J. ' WHEELING, W. VA. LfJVI D. HUTCHINSON'S FJTAXE. ATOTICE is herebyiven. tLa the . sutsorl. ber baa bead ain:dm(L'Admini!lratrlT I o. tue estatef Levi P, Itafchinson; late of Mraroe cowfly, decewif 'A 'l .f'. -Monroe ooly, decpase,? '-n ' ' V, , gJ SARJfflE, HUTmON;1 " j bo, pxviy i r,.t ox: .;:;) IllflHC Sfll IE With tnahy thsnks for the kind patronAge received from a Rederotia Publio' '"''iii past year, we would again solicit from them an inspection, of oar.jj A -X 1IH1 Dry Goods, Notions, loiiiigt 't- 'I-:.. ' : ' ' :. Shoes and Boots,' eriesMiUinery ; '(jilidff: ' First .Class Cotjntbt Store, npw being i;E.E;.S :; & Of O l. vi; ' Urgest .Spring .variety Ve have ever offered OnTwbriafiut ;: Black ',AIpacas ana ;;pohair2?S ; Don't; buy till.you look at o.urs,;; you will - save "money ' by it. HOSIERY, WHITE and FANCY GOODS. CORSETS, HAMBURG, EDGINGS EnVebpallAinds 6f Paper" Collars a Silk Bartona.,Yarn, Cotton and VVoolTowoli,, 0. N. T. Soool Cotton, NeedlM. bhirts White and Colored, Tritnmings, Parasols, Kid Gloves,. Robber Coad"san4 Lord, Jiidgtogs, &e. " '" .-::! 'jut j;- ?-.; . -. ' itj ii i .. All popular makes at as iow'rates as good Gcwds canSsoli JJ nayllaC. ; ,. . DBALER IN 1 - l. ' 52 V . mmmmmm,mhimmt ' JiE"WH Tj "R. "V "avt ' n r- x. -rV -i -car , a ' V tv-t c-. . STERLING SILVER AND SILVER PliATED doVDSTEfWtTS,- : , 7ce Pitchers, Spoons, ForkLudles,'-flm& Knoe?smpkt Jtt$f!--TH3 ' - ''" i' l :?;v r i-'-J-.-o i'J.i !i :ir!:r! .1 S.,s--n fc Lfirsi i-ijaail . ' Fine Pearl ami Ivory ,2Iaudle Table" ittlery iu Sctt, - .: ' . FRENCH AND AMERICAN, CLOCKS AND BRONZES J-AU . goods. giaranteed as representedj and ordBrapupmptly; , fi.lle.d..?Ct Slasonie aii'd 6tld..FeHows'; IJcgalla, Ilaiyg"pinte': B. B. BIEKSHOH, Jawelar,t)dd Fellows'HaUBaildini.Z anesville. Ohio; , rTfe85. -: '- -r- -r i. ,'! ".- TEN REASONS WHY " AT fim, ie without hilb f ' ; " - ; , - WHITTLESEY in thtJuust. . . v ItwiIItriievtheiroriteofBIMOU r' Cnolle orOholera Mrb u in 15 minute. ! ! It-will cure the raoM obsciute cam of , Dyapepal and In d I geat Ion is tm . I' weeks. . . - . , . . - -: ' I' the liest remedy h tlie worW fcv 'i ' 5 "eadaehe, s thouundi caa testify, j( laireii -when the first sym ptoms appear. v 4th.-:h is the best diuretic ever put before .; - -the-'ptiMic; ennng those dutrestinc complaints, " ; 5 abeteeand Cravel audotherUrfnarf C: ftlffloultles). . , , th. It it a most tJCfUmt fmm(lt' 1 B0.g.iL' '' Young Cirla. middle , ard Women, f.n at ibeTurn of LtU,ti remedy is of incalculable value. 4 ... - t h' It will remoe wind from tke towtK" nd heace a few drop ia soma awaetancd water , rvea to a babe b better than adoiea cordials tav Hhv and miki It Sleep. Coauia- 1 . mx no a no dyne. r . , . J'th.-lt is a sure reUef for adults aa'd diUfaa .f1. r,u Woma:an Pin Worm a. - It will bring away the worn.s. . . . , " uXH ,uJtJwid',".re u ''"d Homer-'' ' ?'h 7,t.it can, iConetlpatlOftuwd'keea'1 the hjweb repilw. It wilt !; cnre tfc, cnt ; t eiaummerComplaintandDysantory.. " iOh. It will rure tour Stomach, ,: .Stimulate tha Liver torheakhy action. '. ". iev H a rt-Su rn and act aa a cencrai , aen ta.vca ,Ute the dose with vgl W'tsr tr,i Wihe-Ciaaafull a aad yon , -. Pl wean ton ie. , h il "re) $i'.oo per bottle. , . H-i -. i ' t Per Dottle. t" . J' 'i:'!-v:y Coush ColohU c. pholk.r So.d by aU,cn)istaiKi warrantad. V."j!iliMy Prep. BaA Cetelsdo, 0. ' . '' ' -t t - t f. .: - . For sale by J. T, Jndktns, DrBggist, ',rFoods field, Ohio. - '. . . cctlr. !' ..i. '.' '..vi'.;-';.'-. -;- -'' ' : ly "T0TlfcR is hnfay given,rfat my'w'ifarah i fltAnlisntffta loft m j -that LwUlafJt pay anV debts (wnTA(rted by hei. AUrferaons Ac rM4 n te eive her her. .,. AJJrtiwone y waned noC to cive hei creditirmr accVfiut.. ..' , V hiij-ws, michaSl stephan. - - - -- ---- . .i--i .7 --."0 . . r -' received. We desire to ' preient evart . - . .S:ift MUX lUUJJU UAVAAitJO. - !i .r.i.il'J-j'.j. . .-; - .-.v.: : it.; v-ftr. t -. ail -'.in tytf BEST Uf Vit WORLIl ang29i2. ;: ' Patent ;Breech:dinf DOUBLE BARR I L SHOT-GUN'. j;C'.i.J,:1'lui'siH Possesses qualities and improvements erjnal. led ? by no oiher breeo-loiadat- in ose, and every gnn made to shoiet perfectly bf .bt4ng and testing - before leaving tbe jmaoryw v rengbtt steel, (eTaminated steel ,and twjfi barrels,.. AIbo. .innaale-toiadini.. double 'aniia of snpenor quality. ' prices .low gend for . circular;- ' : " ' ' ' ' L i 1 'f- " WHITNEY ABifSCOMPANT,'1'" .;,! '; Whiiey vill, uear New Bavetv B0T,5Tt iuflo ,j oo tj an d ho esl AT REDUCED PRICES!'3''' ;:v J.v- ii,r Ttvv 0 H A'RiL ES LOBE N6T Si $ Manufacturer and DeaW: mUmyyi B O O TS and S HJp'ES ; C l a r i n g t o n , O h 1 o'im v 1 Keeps constantly an Jiand , large supply i custom made . . . ' '- ":' 1 ' ' D 0 0 T..S , A N D 8 H O E b t ' .' . - V 'I f . . a... , . ..... .. . of Men, Women, Youths, Misses, and Chill dren's Wear,' of Frenon and American Calf and Sip Skins.'" Also ' large and Varied as.' sortmentof Vi ii, v... ;i.. i! V:''t r :.-, A i, '-.;'! '- i-t' E AXTiE U , W Q R k:, s of tbeisame wea eithar at . Wholesale or, BetaitK will b. sold at the lowest Cash Price. ti". "v. 4 1 v It -a 0;(. A' si - j I: ?' il il if. II ft i 3 I.V P i''i -a -1' : "i: ft , I! ' . - S9i If T) ; jr.. t 'rfCiVi i : i I -:' '' ' .- ' . ': ' z