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rHE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
W, M. ALEXANDER 1873. 1873! Established in 1S45. JUDKINS AHEAD! CITY BAKEIll Taeday,Xveraber 4, 1573. CartoRltle of Drain DlNeaftt, Dr. Brown-Spquard contributes to the last Medical Record (London) of August 13tb. a ralnnhle purer on some Of the curiosities of brain disease. The doctor has seen fifteen cases where drawing on the prcat toe caused the sensation of what is called spinal epilep y. General epilepsy may W pupped be fore consciousness is complete by draw ing on the parts which are convulsed In like manner in. lesions of the brain emotion may have a similar cfficr, and a paralysis due to organic lesion may disappear at once under emotion, or an act of will the paralysis being then cured, though the cause remains. .It is desired to find something like this in applying treatment. The only thing is fin irritation Rctinjj on the skin. Doing this, Dr Brown Srquard has had an op portunity of recalling a patient to life After erysipelas of the face there were palsy and insensibility, and probably an abscess of the brain. , The patient was cured and remained well long. ' There was insensibility (coma) two or three times, from which he was roused by the actual cautrey applied to the head and between the shoulders, the iron having been heated to white heat and passed lightly over the skin. l3FThe man who answered an adver tisement to the following effect, says his curiosity is satisfied : If yoa would learn how tomake home happy.send a postage stamp and 25 cents to P. O. Box Cincinnati." ! He did send the necesssary cash, and eoon received the answer : ."If yon are as bis a fool as we think you mnst be for giving us your money, you can make home happy by Reaving it and going west by yourself." fc" . 1 : A - I aiib usiuestj makers nre lurmiiji uui certified checks, warranted to hold the Lead np. - How can a'. nan see the point of a Joke when he himself is the butt? .. What kind of essence does a j'oong man like when he pops the question? Acquiescence. . ' Wintermute, who killed General Mc- Cook, has pjcad not guilty to the indict ment of manslaughter, and been ad mitted to bail in the 6um of $50,000. . TheDanforth locomotive works, in Patterson, New Jersey, employing five hundred hands, will stop; also Strang's aitlr works, now running half lime. The reported robbery of the Jackson county, Iowa, treasury is now suspected to be do robbery at "nil, but a trick to cover a deficit in the Treasurer's ac counts. j ; - - At one of the St. Paul public schools little boy spelled the word "sob and when asked to df fine it blurted out : "I means when a feller don't want to cry and it butts out itself." Reading in his morning paper that Talberghad been embalmed by his widow, Muggins remarked that he knew several married men who were kept alive in a pickle by their wives. - 'A man who can take the place. which God puts him in, and stick to it and iWht.it lhrntioh nnrl stand man pvprv C7 tz- - . inch, bas, I think, awaiting him an es tate of glory such as has not been known iu this world. jPeecAer. - - - ' . The women of San Francieoo say their prajcrs more regularly and assid uously during the months of September and October than all the rest of the year put together.-- This is the earthquake season in California. ' It has been ascertained in England , that the: disagreeable reverberation so common in yublic halls can be correct ed by stretching wires across them from wan to wall, w ire so many, uaus al lowed to remain nuisances, then? One of the late boys, while leading a Chapter of Genesis, paused to ask his mother whether the boys in the olden times used to do their sums on the ground. '; It was discovered that he had been reading the passage, "And the sons of mm multiplied : on .the face of the earth.'. ' Commodore Vanderhilt has offered in settlement with the Union Trust com pany for the loan of 81,750,000, his notes at three, 6ix and nine months. with collaterals, understood to bo liar lem, at 90. The Trusters of the Trust company nave voted to accept tue oner. There is serious depression in the New York labor market, and builders assert that they are compelled to reduce wagrB Mister masons announce that - after November 1st they will pay ma sons and bricklayers three dollars and a halfa day, and laborers two dollars i . ; The receipts of conscience money at the United States Treasury during the past fiscal year amounted to 85,997 42, against 825.551 21 in 1873. This leads to the conclusion that there is a slrin . gency in the conscience market. The total receipts thus far, np lo July 1st, 1873, amotiTit to 8154,695 98 An insu nnen draper oi :ew ioik, worth a million and a half, died recent ly, childli b- and intestate. His wife claims his propcrtv, but his nephew and - grand nephew will contest the claim on tle ground that he was never legally married, having only placed a ring on the woman's finger and called her wife. ; "Your future hnsband seems very ex acting ; he has been stipulating for all sorts oi things, said a mother to a daughter.who was on the point ofbeing marrird. "Never mind, mamma," said the affectionate girl, who was already dress.d for the wedding, "these are his last wishes." The ' total production of the postal " cards np to Octoltr 5 was C4 302,300,and ut that timr the special agent in charge of their distribution had orders filled and a surplus of .7,813,000 cards on hand Fiomthedpmand during the first five month of their issue it is estimated that : 150,000,000 postal cards will hereafter be osea annually in tne united &iates. -The New York Herald has a letter sa ' tiii that Col. Huohep. Rennhlican candi- " l . ; ; date for Governor of Virginia, ia ineligi .' Me, having conveyed a cha'U-nge to a . duel to Elbert Fowler, of Bristol.in 1870 -,The Constitulion of Virginia provides that do person who knowingly conveys a . challenge shall be allowed to vote or hold any office of honor, profit or trust In Englaud the population is tqnal to 1 person to every 7,340 equare yards ; in t Wales 1 person to 18,777 square yards ; in England andWalea together,l to 7,953 ' square yards ; in" Ireland,' 1 to 18.621 ' square yards In the United Kingdom, as a whole, the population is 1 person to every 11,935 square yards, or about 260 persons to the square mile. Dims ! The Celebrated Arlington, And other Cook Stove? . Keeps on Land HEATING STOVES And all kinds of Tin,Ccppcr and Sheet Iron Ware. Also, Agent for Garry Iron Roofing. Spouting and Repairing notice.- don on iArf Everything- at "Wheeling Prices, or JLess. . Bast ilde of Main street, Jordans old stand, ' ' WOODSFIELD, OHIO, 8eptl6,'73jr, O R O C E It T AXD PROVISION STORE! 8CHUMACH EE, WMitfcld, Ohio. I. SOKTJMACHEB w OULD inform the eltiiens of Woodslleld and vlolnity that he has on hand a large stock of " eossiSTiaa of TlAS. COFFIS, FCOAB, Molasses, S.yhcps, Visegar, Btjrniso and LtJBEicATiNO.and other Oils, Salt Fish. Dried Apples.Canned Frnit,Rais!ns, Prunes, English Currants, Tobacco, Cigars, Yankee Notions, Candies, Paper Collars and Caffs, Frait Jars, Rioe, Hominy, Boaps. Con centrated Lye, Baking Soda, fialeratus, Memorandum, Blank, Toy & School Books, Letter or Foolscap Paper sold by the ream at . Wheeling prbes, , Lamn and Brushes of all descriptions. Candies and Comfectioreries of all kinds kept constantly cn hand. Tabs, Baokets, Qalf-Basbel . Afeasares, Brooms, Washboards. Hoes, Forks, Sbovels and Axes. In faot, I keep everything usually kept in a . . First Clans Grocery Store. OTAgent for Walter A. vVood'a world re. nowned Harvesting Uacbines. Hay 20, 1973, . P. SCHUMACHKR. NEW STORE -IN- .J-OTOT aATCHELL, Formerly of Graysville, has opened a store in JjlEW CASTLE, MONROE CO., O. -,-,-., .H ft'" foil assortment of DRY GOODS , GROCERIES, NOTIONS, QUKENSWAUE k HARDWARE, h&ts a GUPS. BOOTS&SHOES, and all other articles usually kept in a country store, for 7 ; CASH OR PRODUCE. He will deal fairly and honestly by all. The highest prioe paid for ail kinds of Country Produce JOHH GATCHBLL. , lune H, 1S73 m6. .t. Aibuthnot, Shannon & Co. ASH MO tlO'9'3. - . wholesale eiclusivei.t. GoodsSold at Lowest Eastern Prices, Largest Stock 1 Newest Goods SOLE AGENTS FOR Fullertoii'MiirreiivIlle V Al legbeuy Barred Flannels, Blan kets and Yarns. Bayers are invited to oall at Nob. 239 and 241 Liberty Street, JPITXSBXJIta-il, FJL- C, A8B0THSOT, : - W. T. SUA SOS .J. f, ETEmkysoB. sept3,1873i-n:3. - JESSE WORKMAN'S ESTATF. THE Cnnl settlement account of Amos Work' luiiD.Executor of the estate of Jesse Work man, deceased, will be for hearing November 13, 1S73. JAS K MUKK13, eftSlvl FvobAto Judge M. e. O UT CASTLE Mi FALL AND WINTER! CHARLES LAU15NSTEIN, hebciiaxt tailor, kfD DEALt IS Gentlemen'sFumisuingGoocls. On Kurt tide of PuUie Square. Two doors North of J udkins' Drui Store. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. W0 OULD respectfully Inform the cit'ns Woodsfield.and the publio generally; that he does a first class Tailoring Business, and will keep on hand rook of - a oarefully selented Cloths, Casimerc & Testing. And 19 prepared to make clothing in the latest styles. Also, win cat oat suits for persons who dwre to have them made elsewhere, way 20,1873. CIIARLES LAUKNSTEIN. PITTSBURGH, PA. Affords advantages for the thorough practi cal education of young and middle aged men possessed by no other business college in the UuiteJ States. Students can eater at any time, IHTFor large descriptive oiroulan giving fall information, address J. 0. SUITH, A. M.( Principal. August 19. J873m3. r tea V ea 2 'mm be a -i o o ?3 O o o o w 5 m 1 SB 1 55 a M WW V. 111 P3 ta o ft. 1 ta o s H 3 w 0 to cr. V5 Times ,of Holding Courts THE- Eiffhth Judicial District of Ohio The Slate of Ohio,, Jefferson County, ss, Pursuant to tbe statutes in such case made and provided, we, the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas witbin and for the Eighth Ju dlcial District in the State of Ohio. do hereby order and direct that the Terms of the Dis trict Court and the Court of Common Pleas within the several counties of said District shall begin at the hoar of nfhe o'olook in the morning on the days and dates hereinafter named, daring the year 1874, to wiu District Court. In Monroe county, Thursday, Aagast 17. In Noble county, Monday, August 31. n Snernsey coanty, Thntsday, September 3 In Muskingum eoauty, Tuesday ,8sptentber 8 In Morgan county, Wednesday .September 18. In Tuscarawas coanty, Monday ,September,tl In Harrison coanty, Thursday, September 24 In Jefferson ooanty, Monday, September 28 la Belmont coanty, Friday, October 2. Common Ple. In Monroe county, Tmesday, February 3,Taes dsy. May 1?, Tuesday, October Z. In Noble county, Monday .February 2, Monday, June i, juonaay, uctober no. In Guernsey couuty, Tuetulav, January 13, Tuesday, April 21. Wednesday. October 14, In Muskingum county, Tuesday, February 17, lueaauy, April 21, luesaay, .November 17. In Morgan county, Monday, March 23,Monday, June 10, Wednesday, rieovmber 11. In Tuscarawas county, Monday, February. 23, Monday Jttay 10. Jaonday, uctober st). In HarriHon county, Monday, February 9,Mon day. May , Wednesday, Uctober 14. In Jefferson county, Monday, March 18, Mon dav, June o, ilonday, November 16. In Belmont county, Monday, February 23, Monday, May '5, Monday. November 9. And we further direot that a certified eopy of this order be transmitted forthwith by the uierK oi me uomnura fleas or JeQerson ooun tj, to the Secretary of State.and to tbe Clerk of Common Pleas iu each -of said ooanUes ana that it be published acoording to law in auh of said counties for four consecutive weeks. Given under onr hands at Steuben ville, this 2d day of October, A. D. 1673. frederick w. wood, John h. miller, WILLIAM H. FRAZIKR, ROBKRTB. CHAMBERS, Judges of the Court of Common Pleas for the fcih Judicial District of Ohio. I, Oliver C. Smith, Clerk of the Court of Common pleas witbin and for tbe oounty of Jefferson in the State of Ohio, hereby oertify that tbe foregoing copy is correctly taken and copied from the Journal of said Court as the same remains in my office. Witness iny signature and the seal seal. of said Court at Steuben ville, this 5th day of October. A. D. 1873. OLIVER C. SMITH, Clerk. A trne copy. Attest. DAVID OKEY, Clerk Monroe Common Pleas. OotH,'73w4. JlARI K. MOORE'S ESTATE. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been appointed Executor of the estate of Mary K. Moure, lata of Hdnroe coanty, de eaeew. epO.'TUwa. D. R. PRIGCS. Fall of 1873 F. & fl. KOEULER. We offer to onr customers, and the publio tn general, a fullassortnient of Groceries, ftotions, Queensware, Hardware, BOOTS and SHOES, I ATS a CUPS. At the very lowest prices. We intend to sell to all alike Let your children come, and we will sell to them at the same prioe that we would sell to jort. We dont make any Leading Articles (sell one thing wlthont profit, and charge three profits on others ) Our motto is: I and let every artiole of goods bear Its 01 burden. We assure yoa that for Ten Dollars in Greenbacks. (or National Currency, either.) we give yon as much good Oonds as any other establish ment in this place, or any place else. Don't carry your mouey out of jmr own county May 20, lb3. t. & N. K0EE1LEB. BFCHAJfASr A BURKHEAD, Livery and Sale Stable, North of the Coart Hoase, WOODS Fl E L D, OHIO. Funerals and Parties attended at reasonable rates.-; Particular Attention will b$ Paid to ltoaraing uorses. FKICBS WILL BB REASONABLE, and they solicit the patronage of their friends an i the pubho generally. Jf ay 20, 1873. 1CU JU w JUST OPENED BT TAYLOR k ARMSTRONG. BELLAIRE, OHIO. Their stock comprises fall lines ef Goods in all departments. .- Dress Goods, Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, Staple & Fancy Notions, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, HASSOCKS, WINDOW SHADES, Table Oil Cloths, &c, &c. All bought in New Tork at panio prices,' and will be sold as low as can be bought in any eity for same class of goods. " Black , Alpaccas Speciality. Orders respectfully solicited, TAYLOR Jl ARMSTItOXG. Mays, 1873. Bellaire, Ohio. HEKBT JEUBOnS.... . . .CIBIST. FBKT PBBD. L0BT.. ...CKBIST. LOBT, PLANING MILLS. Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of FLOCKING; WEATHER-BOARDING, W I N D O W S DOORS and FRAMES, 5I0ULDIKG.S, BALUSTERS BRACKET! SHUTTEBS, CORNICE, STAIR RAILING , Pickets. Fnrnitnre. Ac, Patterns of Brackets, Balusters and Railing can be seen at Minstermann's Hotel. QTAll orders filled at short notke and sat isfaotion guaranteed, Give. as. a oall, LOREY, FREY & CO., jel7,'73T, Sardis, Monroe Co, Ohio, HAMPTON U. TAYLOR'S ESTATE THE first partial settlement aooount of ohn Jeffcrs, Administratur of the estate o Hampton II. Taylor, deceased, will be for hear ing November 12, lbi6. JAS. R. M0RBI3, oot2l,'73-w3. Probate Judge M. C. O ,JOHN W. BARNETT'S ESTATE. rpHK final settlement account of Charles JL Hare, Administrator of John W. Barnett. deceased, will be for hearing November 20 1873. JAS. R. MORRIS, Probate Judge M. C, O, ort38,'733. 1Y SPRING GOODS HAIOWAIE! Kff GOODS! ffl PRICES ! ! TERMS CASH111 I BK(1 leave to say to the oitisens of Mon roe couuty that I will keep on hand and for sale, at the Lowest Cash Fbicbs, a line assortment of rocket and Table Cutlery, Fnrnitnre Trimmings, Coffin Trimmings; Me chanics' Tools, Farmers' Iaplestants, 8hoe makers' Kit, JTORTTAT ITAIIi RODS, (iarden feeds. Brashes of all kinds, Nails and Spikes, Locks and Latches, Bells of all k:nds, WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES Picture Glass, Olass cat all shapes and sizes, Floor Oil Cloths, Lamp Shades, nowixct TfACniif ew. Plows, Plow Wings, Plow Points of all kinds. Rakes, Forks, Shovels Hoes, CLOTHES WRINOBB8, Boring Machines, Angers, Braces and Bitts, Oimblets. Chisels, Hatchets, Hammers, Draw ing Knives, Bench Screws, PLANES OF ALL KINDS Bolts of all sizes, Mjnkey Wrenches, Screws and Butts of all sizes, Coifee Mills, Saws, Saw Bandies and Saw Sets, Rat and Mouse Traps, Well Buckets; and in fact everything usnally kept in a first class Hardware Store. J. T- JUDKINS, Southeast corner Publio Square. ma7i. Woodafield, Ohio. DRUG 8 TO RE. DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. BRUSHES, DYE STUFF, AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines, riAN always be found at J. T. JUDKINS J Drag Store, at the lowest cash prioes PURE WINES AND LIQVORS T?or Medicinal Purposes,may always be found X' at J. T. JUDKINS. PAINTS, t aU colors, and in every form, JUDKINS' Drag Stoie. 0 at J. T, LINSEED OIL, T)Y the Barrel or gal'.on, at lowest market JJ rates, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drag Store. THE BEST COAL OIL I" the market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil. Neat' Foot Oil, &o., &c, can be had at J, JUDKINS at the lowest cash prices PURE WHITE LEAD, 0VB V B. Fahnestook's brand, which is so just- celebrated for its parity, whiteness and durability, is just received by I. T. JUD KINS, and will he sold at the lowest cabs pbh vs. PERFUMERY. SOAP, SPICES, TOBACCO, BNUFF AND CIGARS, AND a variety of other articles belonging to the Ornsgist's trade, all of which will be sold as low as thev can be afforded. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS C&rbp0llt Pbbpabbd at all hours of the day and night. J. T. JUDKINS. sep St. .A I A i nils UTlTUI A STATED iGUARM(TEEO iyi7iiinn;fiivfiW of Chronio or Acute Rheumatism. toat, Sci at a. Headache, Lumbago, Agne, Nervousness. or Kidney affections, aocepted for treatment, that I cannot care. WE WBRR CURED BY DR. FITLER'S VEG KTABLK RHEUMATIC SYRUP, the prescrip tion of an Eminent Regular Phyeician. After using without benefit hitters, compounds, baths, tonios, liniments.pills, plaster8,washes, mineral springs, etc, we know this wonder ful discovery by J P. Fitler, M. D., daring 3 years' special practioe in Rheumatic and Ner voas Diseases, will care permanently the most aggravated cases without injury to the system. It develops new medioal combina tions, soientifio principles, advanoed chemis. try and progressive pathology, and ia in our judgment the only care before tbe publio We particularly aud earnestly recommend it to sufferers of moderate mnans, who cannot afford experiments and loss on useless prepa rations or exhausted treatments. Rev. Thomas Jfurphy, D D . 23d ward Philadelphia; Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Pa , Rev, Joeepb Bnggs, 32d ward.Pbila ;Rev. John Stockton, Camden; Hon. Judge Lee; Camden, New Jersey; ex-rVnator Stewart, Baltimore ex-Governor Powell, Ky.; Hon, J. V. Creely, member of Cengreits, Phila ; Hon. Alderman Coraly. rnila., and thousands or others, as well as the following celebrated professora' sienature. endorsing professionally Dr. Fit ter, vis: Philip Syng Physick, M. D. J. Red man, !oxe, M. D ; N, Chapman, M. D.; T, C James, Robert Hare, Ai. D , William Gibson, Ju. D.; W. K. Horner, M. D.; W. P. Dewees, M. D.; S. Jackson, M. D.; John Bell. M. D ; J K. Mitchell, Af. D. Thomas Hams, Af. D.; H. L. Hodge, M. D., Benjamin S. Jenney, JU. D.; N. Shoemaker, U. D. The oft deceived ennVrer may wisely ek, what seonrity or evidenoe has he that Dr. Pitleb'b Rhbovatio Strop will care his case? The protection offered to patients against im position is in a legally signed contract whioh will be forwarded without charge with ex plauatory pamphlets to any sufferer sending to 45 d Fourth street. Phila. Home Uffloe, by letter a description of affliction, this guarantee will state the exact number of bottles warran ted o enre, and in case of failure the money paid will be returned (o the patient. A re ward of $100 for an incurable case. No other remedy has ever beeu offered on such liberal terms. Get a circular on the various forms of Rheumatism, also blank applications fcr guarantee; gratis of the speoial agent, J. G. McCoi'LocoH, Agent, Beallsville. Mon roe coanty, Ohio. Jane 3, 1873 m9, Notice. rphe partnership heretofore existing between 1 Litton and UcGrew, in the blacksmithing business, in Sardis, has been dissjlved, and all parties indebted to the late firm are here by notified to call on N. Litton, who has the books, and settle either by cash or note, the business mast he settled immediately, to olose the hooka. N. LITTON, for Litton & UeGrew. Sardl, 9., Aogufct 5, 1871mt. r c m fflOF By f jiVy ft II iaif iiH.VTVi- 13 sr- i AHEAD! JACOB REIN HE BR, SOUTH OP COURT GOXjSE. fPHB undersigned begs leave to inform the 1 public that be keens constantlv in his bakery, Fresh Bread, Rusks, Cakes of differ ent kinds, large and small Pies.Qinger Snaps, trackers or all kinds, Cheese and Dried Beef. My CONFECTIONERY Contains Common and Fine Candies, Jellies, Peaches, Pears, Corn, Oysters, Sardines. Pickles, Cellery Sauce, Catsup, 'French .Mus tard, Raisins, Carrants; Pranea, Citrons Figs, Dates, Chocolate, Nats ,and other articles in this line. Also, the best Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Rioe. Ba king Powder, Soda, Soap, Blacking, tobacco, Cigars, Apices of all kinds, Lye,and all other articles kept in a first class Orooery Store. rarttes tarnished Confectioneries at all times, on short notice. ICE CBBAM famished daring the sum mer. dec7r. JACOB REINHKRR HO! TO THE BARBER SHOP! Photographic GalJerj, AK GROCERY, THK nndersigned keeps the only Barber bhop in Woodslleld. 1 Shaving, hair-cat. ting and shampooing done in the best style, MTT OROCEEY Contains tobacco, cigars, candies, nuts, dates, figs, cakes, toys for children, paper collars, canned fruits of all kinds, sardines, ink,black ing, crackers, smoking tobacoo, pipes, paper, envelopes, &c, &o. I will pay tbe highest market price for tsacon. And to those in town wanting good hams, shoulders or sid ja, I will supply, at the lowest market rates. Call and examine my stock. BACOH TOK BALK, dec7T. WILLIAM SCHKUFELB. nOIXROE 9DT1JAL Fire Insurance Company. -or- WOODSFIELD, OHIO. CAPITAL STOCK, -IK- PREMIUM NOTES, May 1, 1871- $100,000. Dlrectors. J. P. SPRiaQ8, J. M. Rownd, C. Kotzebci, O. Hz Davenport. Wm. Okit, Peter Diehl. R. C. Miles. Offlcern. PETER DIEHL, President. J. P. SPRIGGS, ZVeasxrer. W. F. Oket, Secretary. jel4v. WM. fl. ROBIITMOIV. Dealer in Paints, Oils, White & Ked Lead, Glass, French and American Zinc, MINERAL AND MIXED PAINTS, all Colors. Turpentine, Varnishes, Lime, Glased Sash, he. Doors, Bash, oct29y Jfo. 75 Main. Street, Wheeling, W. Va. MN8 P, B1RI1I THOMAS WALTON BARNES & WALTON. (Successors to Veaxey, Barnes & Co,) Importers and Wholesale Dealers in China, Glass & Queensware, Lampi. t'himaeya), Ac No. 47 Main and 9 Qninoy streets. WHEELING, W. YA. jetT. MILLINERY GOODS. I have just reoeired a nice stock of nuts, ISemaet, 11 an, l.afaicB Weeklies, Bibbons, Flowers, and other artloles connect, ed with a Millinery Establishment. Hats and Bonnets Trimmed in the Latest Styles. Straw Goods bleached and made np. I am determined to sell cheaper than any other establishment in Woodsfleld, or in the coun ty- Flaee of bnsiness west of the Court House Call and examine my stock. May 3, HTfc MART A. OTTHBSIft y ft 11 ''' ,i Uli. J,, if I (BOOBS K G T T EBE fi Dry Goods. Notions, Clothing. Groceries, . Millinery Goods, all kinds of HARDWARE. QUBSHSTORC; OIL CLOTHS, DRUGS, HATS A CAPS, in short eter,th!8 nsOilly ke.Ha g First Class Cotjwtbt Stork, now beinj? receired. Wo desir. to" yr.ent trort thing new and-attractive, giring erery assurance that wo will net ho HidefioU fcf any hoasa in the trado. e'-' : .- -J-- Complete lines of Dress Goods, Domestics.Ladies' Hats&FttW, a?dTrS5?TEi:T ful1 line 6f SHAWLS from 75c to 12. FLAN.-' NELS and WOOLEN GOODS. PANT GOODS of every variety i res g o'oiiy s Largest Fall and Winter, variety iter offered.' One word aboil Black Alpacas and - MbHair. I ! , :.-. ., . .. . - , , . .. :-t , ,. , Don't buy till you look at ours, you will sava money, by H i ,.- . Bought for cash at Lowest Prioe. and whioh we offer to biyerl ' ' : AT" A::: S n A LL :A D VA;N V E ! ' ",. " ' - : - Insuring customers that they shall have them al as low prioes u last eaio'n, ani la many oases lower1 than over. !; ! t-'. .'..-.'.: : t;,, rnti HOSIERY, WHITE and FACT GOODS, COR3ITS, HAM1DRQ ID1IHC, , Envelopes, all kinds of Paper Collars and Cffs,Dollsand Doll Heads. Agate ait i Silk Buttons. Yarn, Cotton and V7ool, Toweln, O.'N T. Spool Cettoa, Needles, Shirts White and Colored, Trimmings, Parasols, Kid Gloves, Rather Cos aad D O M E S T I C HG, 6-0-P;;: All popular makes at as low rates as good Goods can bo toll ' To an examination and comparison of prioes you are Javitsl ; Notice to Teachers. THE Board of Examiners of Monroe aonty will hold meetings for the examination of teachers, as follows: WoodsQeld, September 13, 1871. Clarington, ' 27, " - Antioch. Oetober 4, 1873. Woodsfield, " 18, 1873, Norember 1, 1873. 22, 1873. . These examinations will oommenee at t o'clock a. m. and olose at i p. n. A fee of 50 cents is required by law from each applicant as a eondition of examination, and mast be paid iu advance. . By order of the Board. sep,'73td. J. W. DOHBRTY, Clerk. JOHN MILLER, 8R-8, JtSTATl. f HB final settlement aoeonnt of Isaac 1 Booth, Guardian of the estate of John Mil. ler, &r.. an aged person, now deeeased.will be for hearing Ootoher 6, 1(73. . ' JAS. R. MORRIS, septlfi.SwS ' Probate Judge HC.O J. A CARKOLL . BRO MARBLE WORKERS, John street, Bast side ef Stese Bridge.Wheel- ing, W, Va. Monuments, Tombs & Tablets, American and Scotcb Granite Mon menta. Also, hare made arrangements with a firm in Scotland to famish Monuments of 8cotoh ftrantte. mehl8,'73r. Farm for Sale. IHK nnderslgned ofurs for sale his farm of 1J0 acres, one mile east of New Caatle, Monroe County, Ohio. There are ONE HUNDRED ACRES CLEARED and the balance in timber. One double hew ed leg dwelling, one log barn and other ent buildings. The farm is in good repair. For fnrther partieulars address J03N BARBER, Laings, Monroe Connty, Ohio. . August 19, iSTSmS, Road Notice. TOTICK is hereby giren that a petition will ll be presented to tbe CommUs'onert of Monroe county, Ohio, at their December ses sion, praying for the location and establish ment of a connty road commencing tor the same at the top of the Snnfish Creek hill, in the road leading from the Democracy school bouse past Thomas Culbertson'a and others on the said creek; thenoe south through the land of Mary Jane Toho to the land of John McMahon; thence through said land to the land of Elijah McMabon;thenoe through aid land to the land of Samuel L. Mooney;thenoe on the line between sail MoUahon and Moo ney to the county road running through said S. L. Mooney's farm; thenoe -west along said road to the mouth of an old lane; thenoe south along said lane through the land of John C. Eenthorn, to pass near said Hen. thorn's house, to the land of Thomas McMa hon; theme through said land to intersect the Woodsfleld and Clarington road at or near a tobacoo-hoise on said land and road. oot2873td. MANY PETITIONERS. JOHN HAtWARD'S HEIRS. ' If HE fourth partial settlement aeoount ef 1 David Ruble, Guardian of the heirs of John Hay ward, deceased, will he for heating No vember 21, 1873. ,. "" JAS. B. MORRIS, III 1 AT &, XI O B R I S si: Xit KETTEaER t MORRIS. SHOT GUI , lew Yvk G& 27 ZHXMASiZ, ag29rt. ..... . . it. WMITETS " 1 Patent" Breech Loading ,:, t DOUBLE BARREL SHOT-GUN, Possesses eualities and improTei led. by no other breech-loader In we, anA every gun made to- shoot perfectly by bertif and testing before leaving . the armory.. Wrought steel, elaininsted steel and twist barrels. Also, . musile-loading double guns of superior quality. Prioes low. feti Isf circular. , -i -. Y v v v WHtTNBT ARtf 8 COMPANY. .. '. , Whitney ville, near Hew Havea, . , evSr. Conneetiett : THE PARKER CU1I. f CRD STAMP t0H CHtCUUJt PARKER BROY WEST MERLDEH.CT Augast 28, 1873T, Boots and Shoes! AT REDUCED PRICES! . C H A RLES To B E N 8 T B 1 5, Manufacturer and Dealer in ,' BOOTS and SHOIS, Clarincton, , Ohio, Keeps constantly on hand a large supply eustom made " .' :' ; B O OTB , A N 1)7,3 HO S 8 i j , . . of Men,' Women, Youths, Misses and Ckft. dren'e Wear, of French and Amerieaa Calf and Sip Skins. Also a large aid varied as sortment of E A 8TK UN W ORK, , of the same wear, either at Wholesale ef Retail, will be sold at the lowest OtMhPrte. Jan7T. , CHARLES LOBlKlTOf. : tSBlank Deeds and Mort mgn for taW at fhit cf3 eerteeMoL