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JUDKINS AHEAD! Miltonsliiifg Steam Flouringf" Mill, CITY -BAKERY MILLINERY GOODS. .7 SI Tuetriaw, July 7,, 1874. ( Samucntle'rr the olle8t' resident of Lancaster, died in his S9tb year, on tbe lStliult.' ' - The average assjregite . thickness of the coal veins of Vinton County is about 18 feet The new glass works at Steubenville is nowmarly completed. It will employ about 130 men. The appropriations of the vresent Congress for improvement of Toledo harbor aggregates $89,000. ' At Pnmorntf art A viAinUi mniA f Knn a million "barrels are ned yearly in pack in;; and shipping salt. " Tae Cleveland races commence. July 28r and last four" days." The' amount of premiums offered is over $36,000. Abort 500,000 bushels of, lime, are burned yearly in Clarke County .consum ing annually in its production the timber from about 300 acres of land. - r Robbers entered tbe house" of Samuel Bear, near Somerset, Perry County, on the lihh, and took from the family over $500..a fine gold watch and other arti cles.,.. . it, The Clermont County grand jury was in session ten days, and returned 576 in dictments, mainly for violations of the laws id regard to the liquor traffic. - ' ' A nair named Br&dlep. in Trnmhnll County, have in 6 years had 12 children ; two pairs' of twms.and, last August, 8 at nn hirt.Viih ri hnvn nrui fivu oiila nil " - - j E 1 of whom are living and healthy though small. The mother was one of a triplet, her father and mother were Jboth twins, and her grandmother bore five pairs of twins. .r . 5 ,.t,;.i... A committee appointed some time ago to investigate tbe official conduct of the county officers of Henry Cbanty.haa dis covered that embezzlements and misap propriations of the public money have taken nlaee durinsr tbe last four years. amoantinst to about 4100,000. Soma of the most important books of the Treas urer's office are missing.., 13T London; is sot always? enrelpped by fogs, as' shown 'by1 the fact that the watering of tbe streets on fine days costs nearly one million donSrsra year. About 1,509 ni"? and an equal number of hot- ses and carts are employed in the wort. Theiiefessity'for the . laying of .dust, is urged t not- on) v jlm householders and storekeepers who desire their goods pro tected but by tae health authorities, up believe tbatickneas may be and , proba bly Is' occasioned by! the-inbalation of nne roaa uubi miscu -mm decaying re fuse of animal and vesetable matter.'- Qn-accounof . these factsas well as the enormous aggregate length of the1 streets of Londooyttiie subject of construction and economic' use of street .sprinklers has become as important one.and a great deal of study arid experiment nave been devoted to it., A new hydrostatic eprink Hog yao Vas introduced last year,and ns it does more work than the ordinary wa ter cart, it is expected to effect & saving of 150,000 a year. Some . idea, of the great amount of this kind of work done In London" may be formed.from the quan tity of water used by the carts.oThe ay; erage .number, of 'watering" or dry days 000 tons of water are used eacb day, or about. 3,6Ct,000 tons a year. This Is equivalent to 938.00Q.000 gallons, or as much as the monthly average number of gallons pumped by all the water-works of Philadelphia, during 186S, and about as much as was pumped during January or February,' 1873. ;" '. 17"Tbe Winona ( Minn ) Republican says After all the . arrests . that Jiave been made of persona- supposed to be long lb the Bender family, who com mltted to many murders in Kansaa, tall of the family5 are Mill at large. The person arrested in Utah recently as the eiaer eenaer, ana wno, uwas reportca, . lilts TiivY aaf taTinf Arflr lrlnn vnflrf wurWafe to.ba a demented old man bv the name ytN MVM wovvi ii i aivai iji j v .o oi.Jto9h.llihe county, attorney forXa bette county,. Kansas, publishes' a de senption t -the senior Bender, in which the criminal is described as a man hav ing ai intelligent countenance and re sembling In nb- way the1; vagrants so . freqqently taken for 'members of the Bender family'. lie adds that all of the Benders,, notwithstanding their fiendish . cuuires, appear .agreeawe apu . pleasant id their manners, and as they are sup plied with uony, it is not likely ,that they wi!l be found acting . the .part f topis Q vagrants TJbw Colwrado Potato Dug ftlalcli -''; f (Darton Journal, 22d.) , , , "' rH That nature remedies her Own' evil6, MrJSJ!Jtoerj?rQyjedatthe Farmers' Club on Saturday. He exhibited' a bug that1f the destructive. 'enemy of the Colorado potato bag and-' othet vermin that destroy vegetation. It is a pale looking bug with a -thick shell, shaped something like a bed bug, and is armed itlili proboscis like the rani rof a gun boat? with which it penetrates the vitals of jlie Colorado insect and destroys it Mr.'Ohmer don'tknow where they came from- He found them on his place at work? and captured a few.which lie exhibited in a bottle. The opera tions of this ! vermia-' destroyer were very Interesting. r : - I r Tbe lngtJ of Days. Theday8 of Summer grow- longer as we go northward, and the days of Win ter shorter. At Hamburg, the longest day baa seventeen hours, and the jhor . teat ae veil. At Stockholm, the longest has eighteen and a half hours, , and. the shortest five and a half. At St Peters-1 rjbutgvMie longest bas nineteen, andtHe 8boi test five hours. At Finland, 'the JUongestthas weDtyone and a half, and .the shortest two and a x half. xAt . Wan dorbus, in Norway, the' day,. lasts' from the 21st of May to the second of Jiily, tba sun not getting below A the horizon 'fof the whole time, but" skimming niong very, close to it in the north. At Spitz befgen;kthcu longest day lasts three months and a half ., . . , ,1 1 .Remedy for Rheumatism ,t A patent medicine advertisement sayp, This article will cure rheumatism of nineteen years1 -btanding." - As far as it goes, this is perfectly satisfactory ; but we want light opon another view of the natter Suppose a man's rheumatism ' is only of three j ears standing, must he ' let it stand sixteen years . mue before "the medicine -will-cure it? " Or if it has "stood twenty years is there no hope of a remedy 7, We want to know about this. It is going to be very unpleasant "for a roau to endure rheumatism for seventeen or eigbteen years before he ran tke mctlicina for i.Mnx Adder. Iff ii :o: WE! are now receiving a large lot of GOODS from the East, which were bough for C AS U, since the recent heavy decline in prices, i THAT WE WILL THAN THEY HAVE BEEN SOLD SINCE 1861. Best brands of v Prints AATTIT .-x-rrwx ucavjr ItiUSllU lit Fanners' and Mechanics' Cassimere at 37 cents per vard. V7hite extra C Sugar 8 pounds for $1. - - - - - . " Best Rio Coffee 30 cents per pound. , - f f . . , , . Asspace fprbids we caonot give the prieea of but few articles, but in fact everj thing else in the same proportion. f t f . . .-V v . . . ., 0:U E S T O K -.0 ;; Consists of a full! line of ? rf - J;' Dry Goods, Groceries, Queenswarc. Hardware, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Notions, : i ; ' ' In fact a full line of everything usually kept in a retail store. ' -:o: j ' t GrlTSTJSl XTS ' J ' Before ' purchasing elsewhere. - We will give yo As -i Many Goods VAi anj firm in i3.. WITH' ," BIANY'" THANK For the kind patronage received from a gain Bolicit frojavtheo aajnspeetioo of pril2l,'74m. j . j. j THE LATEST ' OUT. t C fl ? if c : I U It 'J; V J u H h u ? THE "DAVIS i VERTICAL FEED SHUTTL3 LOCK STITCH feewing Machine. Ih beyond questkm the Best, Simplest and Eft9ler adjusted than bny ' other Machine in use. The inTentor woo oan make a machine to do its work with the least machinery is con. aidered by all good judges aa the best. Simplic ity of construction in everything is not only its beauty, but its best recommendation. In noth ing ia thia rule more applicable than to Sewing Machines. The mechanical principle involved in the Davis are new, and differ widely from those commonly in use; combining simplicity, Ktrength, durability, economy-and adaptation to a larger range of work than any other" ma cUne. ...v-vvfji-ivvvj, . j heYerticalTFeed. This is arranged above the shuttle plate, the gocds resting npon a smooth surface are- held firmly down by the presser foot until the needle has penetrated the fabric, at which time the pressure on the fabric is being transmitted from the pressure foot to the vertical feed bar,(which comes do wn on the goods olose behind the nee dle.) by means of a bearer connecting the two and also with the needle-bar, so that at the time the needle has reached its lowest point the fall pressure is transmitted to the feed bar, and at which time the needle bar and--feed bar are both moved laterally the desired length of stitch, both moving in unison at their highest and lowest points. A. moment's glance at this novel combination for a feed will convinoe the reader of its superiority for the following rea sons: Jt Tha presser fiwt is always raised from the fabrio when the feed takes place, thereby' presenting no resistance ,to seams or ridges wni'e reeding.' . ... . v . . 2d. The needle being in the fabric, moving with the vertical feed bar -with its full pressure on the goods, renders the feed sure and strong, and tne SB tea uniform in length. . .. Sd. The needle bemst in. the goods at the time the feed takes placn, renders it impossible to full one .iece while the other is stretched. . 4th. The vertical feed bar bnmg behind the needle renders it capable of sewing elastio goo.4st'making a smooth and flexible seam with stitch alike on both sides thus enabling the sewing of any number of thicknesses without basting, and operating with equal facility on the heaviest as1 well aa the lightest fabrics. . It is not a machine with a few selling points. and otherwise the same as the generality of ma 9 ines, but the beet machine in the world, with out any exception, and I court and defy com petition, and challenge any Sewing Machine Agent in the bounty to sew with Davia, and will give $35 for any machine that will beat the Davis, and do as large a range of work. The Davis i- tka only; real practical mnobine for hemming bias goods of any kind without bast ing, and is especially adapted to dress making in all its branches. It has taken the highest premium wherever exhibited in oompetion with other machittf. It took the first premramsat the Ohio and Vermont State Fails in 1873. For further particulars and circulars, address w rWM. MINSTEBMAN, ! - oij. . Wooda&eld, Ohio , Needles and Attachments for all eew ing machine for sale.- I'rioeof needles $1 per dozen, by mail, the money to accompany the L.ocnl and Traveling Agents Wanted. tAllmakeof Machines carefully adjusted and repaired. apr28,74tf. (GOODS R UHlUsU o SELL LOWER at 10 Cents per yard. f I ! for 100 Cents the county, f : f oj generous rtublio the cast vear. we' woul our Spring stock... ; ' ..' ' KETTERER & MORRIS. W, ii, ALEXANDER. DEAL6B nr The Celebrated .Arlington, ; feJ,wAnd other Cook Stoves. ' fceeps on hand i:;dt HEAT IFG'S TOTE S .f.'?" And all kinds of "o-n Tin,Coppcr and Sfieet; Iron Ware, j :-.-- c ; Also, '. . , , Agent for Garry Iron Hoofing, Spoutinj and Repairing done on short .... -i . notice.. r ' ' Everything at "Wlieeling Prices, or Eastside of Main street, Jordans bid stand, ' J WOODSFIELD, OMOl ;'At BEDUCED PRICES !' i; ... ... -u f.j.i CFABLEoLOflEWSTEIir Manufacturer and Dealer in BOOTS and. SHOES ... Clarlngton, Ohio. Keeps oonstinlly oa hand a large supply of custom mde - . , BOOTS A N IX S H O E S l -il ;' -t '., tfci.; . i.-v.' . of Men. Women, Youths, Misses and Chil dren's Wear, of French and American Calf and Kip Skins. Also a large and varied as. sortment of . EASTERN WO R K , of the same wear, either at Wholesale or Retail, will be sold at the lowest Cash Prioe. AUkindsof h HORSE COLLARS ; ' .' - -" . , - ' . . ... ' Manufactured, and will be sold ' to the Trade at Reasonable Prices, JanTr. CHARLES L0BEN8TEIN. .4 mm me ARCH I T-E O T AND ' ' BUlXpEn. Ill BE ' nnderigned announces to the public I that he is prepared to get up - j;. . r- Plans."7 Specifications. Elevations. Sectional and Dtail .Drawings for publio buildings and private dwellings, Store "'Fronts; Counters, SHBIVlisra-, . 5eC, - 5cC. Also, that he takes oontracts for f!nfPT TTTwn t0MPL3TING HiRECTING AND allktndsof buitdings, either to furnish all materials and do all tae wcrk required era required to i complete a house realy for occupancy, or will take contraot to do oarpenter work only, to salt onstomers. Special attention given to STAIR BUILD I HQ. Stairs oan be made here at home, ready to set up in building. Good reference given by writing to tne un dersigned. Addiess " :- Hannibal, Monroe County, Ohio. april8,'74m4. O R O C E B Y AND PROVISION STORE! -:o: P . SCH U M A C fl'KB , Wood$field, Oio. S C HUMACHER ITTOULD inform the oitixens of Woodsfield V V mi vicinity that Ue has on hand a large stook of - ' -, i HERE" PiflSIOR If. C05SI8TIB0 OF Teas, Coffee, Scoar, r, . i Molasses, Steups, Vineqar, Burning and ' ' ' LuBRiCATiNG,and other Oils, Salt Fish, Dried Apples.Canned Fruit.Raisins, Prunes, English Currants, Tobacco, Cigars, Yankee Notions, Candies,' Paper Collars and Cuffs, Fruit Jars, Rice, Hominy, Soaps. Con centrated Lye, Baking Soda, Saleratns, ' 3temorandum,Blank, Toy & School BaoJee, Letter or Foolsoap Paper sold by the ream at 1 ' Wheeling prices, v Lamps and Bbvbhbs of all descriptions. Candies and Confectioneries of all kinds kept constantly cs hand. . . Tabs, Buckets, Half-Bushel Measures, Brooms, Washboards. Hoes, Forks, Shovels and Axes. In fact. I keep everything usually kept In a u & First Class Grocery Store. far-Agent for Walter A. Wood's world re nowned uarvesung Machines. May 30, 1873, ; P. SCHUMACHER. OPENING, 187.4! -Fa N. , I0EHLER & CO. . , W00DSFJELDt OHIO, Offer Their Stock . of TO o . o - t-t . o- trt" o: t i I . Hardware, , ; Queensware, 1 B O O T 3 " and . S H O E S ,' ; Z 'I j' READY-BLADE !;' CLOTHING, '- At the Very Lowest Prices. . HAVING purchased late, and at a great de cline in prices, we will be able to sell as low for cash, or to prompt paying customers, as goods oan be bought at anv other estab lishment on this side of the Ohio River, Retail Sample dealers not excepted. Come and see for yourself before purchasing elsewhere. N. K0EHLEB & CO. - mayl9,'74r. EW STORE IN- JOHN A. WATSON .. i - - Has parchased the store in Graysville, Monroe County, 0., Formerly kept by Watson & Baker. 1 - - - ' ; . ' . c; " HB OFFIBS A FULL ASSOBTMBST OF DRY GOODS..: GROCERIES. m o S i 0 is; Queensware and Hardware, H ATS: - AND CAPS. " Boots and Shoes! and all other articles usually kept in a coun try Btore, for , f CASH OH FiRODTTCE. .'- -0 .S i'i-'u:. He will deal fairly and honestly by all. ; The highest prioe paid for all kinds of Country Produce. JOHN A. WATSON. fl.24,74mC. DRY GOO D GRAYSVILLE IMDMM! ...... '1 't. v ; i.-.a T BRMStOAskll!-, I ' BEO leave to - say to the citlxena of Mon roe county that I will keen on hand and ifor Ba,e' at tna low8x .Case Paicas, a fine aflsorlment of . ; - Pocket an d Table Cullerv. - Furniture Trimmings, Coffin Trimmings; Me thanios' Tools, Farmers' Implements, Shoe aakers' Kit, NORWAY NAIL RODS, iarden Seeds. Brushes of all kinds. Nails and Spikes, Locks and Latohes, Bells of all k;nds, WINDOW GLASS OF ALL SIZES Pioture Glass, Glass cut all shapes and sizes, Floor Oil Cloths, Lamp Shades, MOWING MACHINES, Plows, Plow Wings, Plow Points of all kinds. Rakes, Forks, Shovels Hoes, CLOTHES "WRINGER 8. Boring Machines, Angers, Braces and Bitts. Gimblets. Chisels, Hatchets, Hair-ners, Draw- lag Knives, Bench Screws, LANES OF ALL KINDS Bolts of all siieB, M inker Wrenches, Screws and Bntts of all sixes, Coffee Mills, Saws, 8aw Handles and Saw Sets, Rat and Monse Traps, Veil Buckets; and in fact everything usually lept in a first elass Hardware Store - J. T JCDKINS, . Southeast oorner.Pnblio Square. ma7i. ,: Woodsfield, Ohio. D RUG STORE. -:o: 1RUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. BRUSHE8, . DYE STUFF, AND ALL fopnlar - Patent Medicines, (AN always be found at J. T. JTJDK1NS I Drag Store, at the lowest cash prices IURE WWES AND LIQDORS Tor Mediolnal Purposes,may always be found at J.T.JUDKINS'. . ( .. . . PAINTS, 0 F all colors, and in every form, at J. T. JUDKINS Drag Store, r . r. ' : LINSEED OIL, - I T the Barrel or gallon, at lowest market rates, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drug Store. . THE BEST COAL OIL' 71 the market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil, J.Neat'3 Foot Oil, &e., 4c- can be had at J. T JUDKINS' at the lowest cash prioes ..1 - ; - 4 ' . . -. :, , , PURE WHITE LEAD, C' B. Fahnestock's brand, which is so Just ly celebrated ' for its parity, ' whiteness an durability, is just reoeived by J.T. JUD KUS, and will be sold at the lowest cash pres. -PERFUMER T; SOAP, SPICES, ' TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS, ' !" ND a variety, of other articles belonging A to the Druggist's trade, all of which will t sold as Jow as ihev oan be afforded. i ' - " : : lHTSWlANS'. PRESCRIPTIONS CaarvLLT Prepakbd at all hours of the day ad night ;j. T. JUDKINS. seper. S74. ;.;..,; ..;1874 SPRING & SU313IKR! . t: -. '. .. ... r ' - . ; ' - : 1 ' . i H A R LES , LAUEN ST E IN, MERCHANT TAILOR, -. .5 t.'.. . ." ,.. t . - . .AND DBUaa.IS - jrentlemenTsFurnishingGoods. On East- tide, of .Public ' Square. Two doors North of Judkins'Drng Store. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. TTTOULD respefitfully inform the oitixens VV of WoodsBeld.and the publio generally; 'that he does a first class , ; . . t Tailoring - Business, ind will keep on hand a carefully selected Hook of. .;. . . : Cloths, Caslmere fc Testing, .. . ? -r , And is prepared to make clothing in the latest styles. .Also, will cut out suits for persons who desire to have them made elsewhere ' I 'may 20,1873. ' CHARLB3 LAUKNSTKIN. BUCHANAN & BTJRKHEAD, Livery and : jSdle - Stable, 11 North of tke Court House, V WOODSFIELD, OHIO., Fnnerah and Parties attended at reasonable rates, " Particular Attention will be Paid to Boarding Horses. PRICES WILL' BE REASONABLE, and they solicit the patronage of their friends and the publio generally. majdu,'73. ANTHONY MESSERLY'S ESTATE. NOTICK.ls hereby, given that the subscriber has been appointed Administrator on the estate of Anthony Messerly, lata of Monroe county, deoeased. ';. june2V74w3. HARRIETT MESSERLY. J AC OB v REIN HERE, SOUTH OP COURT IIOIjSK. ''pHE undersigned begs leave to inform the 1 publio that he keeps constantly in his bakery. Fresh Bread, Rasks, Cakes of differ ent kinds, large and small Pies.Ginger snaps, Crackers of all kinds, Cheese and Dried Beef. ... : . . CONFECTIONERY Contains Common and Fine Candies, Jellies, Peaches, Pears, Corn, Oysters, : Sardines. Pickles, Cellery Sauce, Catsup, 'French Afus- tard, Raisins, Currants; Prunes, Citrons Figs, Dates, Chocolate, Nuts .and other articles in this line. Also, the best Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Rice, Ba king Powder, Soda. Soap, Blacking, Tobacco, Cigars, Spices of all kinds, Lye.and all other articled' kept in a first class Grocery Store. Parties furnished Confectioneries at all times, on short notice. ICE CREAM furnished during the sum. mer. ..,-... deo7v. JACOB RBINHKRR . To tlia Photographic Gallery, AND GROCERY, Contains tobacco, cigars, candies, nuts, dates, figs, cakes, toys for children, paper collars, canned fruits of all kinds, sardines, ink.black ing, craokers, smoking tobacoo, pipes, paper, envelopes, &o., Uo. . BACON I'OR SALE, . I will pay the highest - market price for Baoon. And to those in town wanting good hams, shoulders or sid'js, I will supply, at the lowest market rates. Call and examine my 8tOCR. ' ' ..." deo7 v. T ; WILLIAM SCHKUFELB. WiTl. II. IlOBIHiSOSr, . - . , . siai.br nr. . -' ' PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, .' '- - .... ; ; ' : ' f ' i ' WHITE AND RED LEAD, ' French & American Zinc, Mineral and Mixed . faints, Turpentine, Varnishes, Sash. Doors, &o. . ' . No. 1223 Main street, . , novl8,'73T.. Wheeling, West Va W. B. EIMFBOII.....................L. BOOB, .. ; ;, Wholesale Dealers in . - . DRY GOODS MD MOTION. ? No. 35 Main Street, ' ' : X . . t - ' . C ... . : ' -. ' AVD r- : 32 South street, opposite B. & 0. JL R. Depot, novl87lv. ; Wheeling, W. Va. RTEfV OFFERS! HEW IDEAS! See the Grand Gifts -OF- OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND To ; Its Subscribers. Entirely new and unprecedented, and such as will interest every one. You miss it if you don't send for samples and run particulars wmcn are sent treei -1 ' See the Great Watch Offer! . OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND is now in its Fifth Volume, thoroughly established as the lead ing family and story Weekly in ' the - Union, has the largest ciToulat'en; and the best ap pointed printing - and' publishing establish. ment and building In tbe West. Is a large, eight page Illustrated and original ' Family Weekly, price $3 per year. : Every subscriber leceives a magnificent premium and a share in the distribution. . Scbsohibb kowI :ij v We want a representative in every neigh. borbood, Nothing equals it for agents, male or female,' young or old. Larob Cash Wa oe3, add a cppKBB ucTFiT, ezoiusive terruo. ry, which is rapidly filling up. " Must apply at once. Subscribe by sending $3, and re ceive the paper one year, a magnificent pre mium, a share in the distribution, and re ceive also Fbeb a Complete Outfit, or send for particulars. - Name territory desired in wrl ting. Address Waters & Co., Publishers, Chi cago. HL ' - v - 1 mayZe.mB Legal Notice. ;' WILLIAM PARIS, Henry Paris, Rilfey Bl sr, MarvIAnn Biased Bphraiic Martin, SnBan Martin,; Thomas Paris, Jerome , Penn, Sarah Aon Penn and Eliiabetii Peon, who re side out of tbe 8tate of Ohio, will take netioe that on the 18th day of Jane, 1874,' Nathan Gatchell Sled a petition la the ooan of com mon pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, against ttem and others, the object - of whioh is to obtain title' to the following lands in said county, towit: r, N: r - About fonr acres of land off the sonthwest comer of the northwest quarter of section ten, township four of range six. bounded by lands of Watson, Woodford and Gatohell. ' Defendants are required to answer by the 52d day of August, 1874. -.r f.u : it : u H0LLI3TER & OIK?; - june30,74w6. ' : -'i Att'ys for plaintiff. Road Notice. XTOTICB is hereby Riven that a petition will IN be presented to the Commissioners of Monroe county, Ohio, on the first Monday ef September, 1874; praying for an alteration of the county road leading from WoodsOeld to BammerBeld; the alteration to begin . at or near Jacob Hamilton's barn;thenoe aoross the oorner of a meadow to a white oak stump; thence northwest .to a blaok oak in the coun ty road leading to Eummerfield. jane9,'74ir5. MANY PETITIONERS. EDWARII MJETTHE, ' f' ..' Z Z2 Pr(vr' .. . . KEEPS constantly for sale at Wholesale and Retail, Flour,' Cora Meal; Back wheat Flour. Bran, Chops. &a.H at riving prices, t Only one-tenth taken as tell jn.sijr M o The highest Biarket price paid in - eaak for wheat, jan27,'74T. 50 FARMERS,'". ' MERCHANTS, MECHANICS," : AND EVERYBODY Buy the World-Renowned - THE BtST IHTHEVORLD t The Highest Premium; 7 was awarded to it at VIENNA; : Ohio State Fair: J ; 7: Northern Ohio Fair; ; ! s Amer. Institute, N.Y.j : Cincinnati Exposition Indianapolis Exposition; . St. Louis Fair ; '. a ; ' : Louisiana State Fair; Mississippi State Fair ;' - . -; i-. AND ; . . .. ... .' ; , .,j Georgia State Fair '; FOR' BEING ;' " : The Best Sewing Machines and doing the largest" ' and best range of work; J 1 All other Machines in tlie Market were in direct . COMPETITiON.: . , ISPT for, Hemming,. Fell-, ' ingt Stitc! ing, Cording; BindingZ Bmiding, Embroid- Z ering, Quilting; & Stitching fine or heavy Goods, itj$ 'unsurDCLSsed; ' . wnere we nare no Agents, we will deliver a Machine for the price named above, at the nearest , Rail Road Station of :' Purchasers. ? : r Needles' for all Sewing , v ; iZZ--Machines for Sale1 Old Machines taken i.ri Exchange.'11 I Send for Circulars,'.'-Price jv-j ' - Ust, &c,; andTopy; of; the,j Wilson Reflector; oneof the I best Periodicals of - the daj,T if devoted to Sewing Machines, tf 1 Fashions, General News and i - Miscellany, i Affents Wanted. i: Address, w-, ui rvau-. iwiji Msi Seiii lacle Co;;:;-, ' CLEVELAND, OHIO. SHERIFFS i C. G. OblingJr, .-,o ) Thomas MoVey. , , , T)T virtue of an order of sale to me Jireot D ed from the court of common pleas of Monroe county, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at the front door of the court house, in the town of Woodsfield, between1 the hours' of 1 o o'clock a. m. and 4 o'olook p. m. on . A Saturday," the TStK&ay ot July, 1874, the following desoribed real" estate situate in Monroe county, Ohio, to wit: The undivided seventh part,being the Inter, est of Thomas MoVey in the west half of the west halt of the southeast quarter of seotion fifteen, in township six range seven, contain. ing forty acres. . ,., . . . Also, the southeast quarter of the south west quarter of seotion nine township six and range seven, containing forty-one aores more or less.' ' " ' ..'j-' s : '' ' Also, the northeast quarter of the north west qaarter and west part of north vast quarter of the northeast qaarter, bounded on the north by seotion line, on the east by Starkey's land, on the south by O. Shell's and Barnett, on the west by Barnett, containing sixty -five aores more or less. One-third of first tract appraised at $86 00 - second -'- - - ltg 00 i.- .o- n . J,' .1 third '. -X -i :, .i; 228 SO :-. :rvH uij n- T. 0. IJTTL8,; ? june23,,74w5.i j r.r- Sheriff M. C.O.- Public Notice. JOHN F. RIEMENSBNEIDBR, of , Malaga if townsnip. aisposea ot nts stock to Jonn D. Miller, April 1 1874,.. All claims and ao. counts against me will be paid by myself, and those who are indebted to me are resp, ct fally requested to call and settle their ao- connts. JOdN r, iilBJiBNSHKKIDER. june23,74w3. ! JEW2 .JEAl! Dollars I 'lave just received nice stock of J .T -tint ,x!sfT rial,' l BonuHs, - ' r 1 j Collars,, j ijadies a eciciiea, Ribbons, Flowers, and other articles connect ed with a Millinery Establishments Halt and , Bonnet Trimmed in the Latest j - Styles. ,r.'5:oV!irjvfosaf Straw Goods bleaohed and. nade np. I am determined to sell oheaper thaa any otheV establishment in Woodsfield, or f(tn the ooua- ,1f , Place of business west of the Court House Utl Call and examine my stock. Hay 20, 1873. 1.) MAST A. uUTBEoIS.". 7i : " : ' "... 1 "i I 1ST 3 tcj4ii u i jsr,,. 7 : The Mutual Lifa Insurance Co., a OF 3TEW YOKKL r.l v'nuc? .ni'i 3 'tt Mi no u 'i.q e.ai: ''ii tuZi tifj rO o-i.d THE OLDEST, 'largest;?-1 ' In' the United State A i - a ) Assets over a t - $56,000.0001 y JBB WIXLI AMSrAgen t, t f i ... AT THE BANK, " '1 TTUUUSUB1U, d; .! : . . . ' ,,.1 ... iSTCall and get Terms. To Miike 'f Assurance DouWy. Sure:,!.; in ;j ., Insure ia the Old-. f. - MWk' Iiisurance Oompatiy'- ?': '- HARTFORD; CONN. ' apltal $3 600,600.--V Losses paid in 54 years....i..$39, 000.000; Losses paid ia 16 monthi.M 9,008,000 oil Capital snbpcri bed by stock V i I v s-;a holders since Ue. 1,1871, J 'Z,600,O0U! I s "3 ? ' p i' i no i ; f-'-' u 6 -.March ,-187S,:v-l..3-j j olhj ASSETS, -ris,.., nf 81sf;u.,T .. rAt Market Value.) . . , Cash in band and in :Bank..'..867;78$ 50" Keal Estate..............:..'.405.noo VU Mortgage Bonds.....':..:.: 926.725 00 3 Bank Stock........s;..;.':r...I,337'050 W'" U. S. ;State, . City Stock 1 B3i - and other SecuTities.V:r.Tf 2,350,978 'WL Loans on Real Estatel .r.'.U;.' 93,330 00 oUL.:.7.;.,..:y..i.::J.-i. $5,980,867 4fr ! ! LIABILITIES '.Ti.I5 Claims iotdne and unadjs-nln-'I,s-'X ted 5453,205 OOr Other Liabilitie9.;.L.r.... 404,593 61 lh I C-J'v'1-' ; Nklbok. Bakib, AgenV'' July 15, 1873-v, Woodsfield, Ohte.'O,"" (i ll O C E B Y .1.' ?.3 r- r ; til "iv FEED V STORE: .1 ! At tTaltcn'a old Btand south bl the Cowio WOO DSFIE LD OHIO." s firs 'vvi.T'nfiA ,!-u3o(T INVrra the attention of the eltliens of Woodsfield and vicinity to 'my 'stook - G It O O K BU E S w .r J Tj.i.fv OOOSlBting , Of .'5 lot y)i.:lui Copfibv Spqab; f.q . .Tjas, 3 Rice. Tobacco, . Omass,., Soaps, 8ri r Soda, ... :j pap FlPPKR, 1 CZNNAKON, ( jllAlBraa And all artloles usually found in a Grocery Store,, Also,,; - ; , ..!.- ..-vi vi. x . (.rfjUi S?iV.In FLOUR CORNMEAt?,', COBJN, OATS?, BUCKWHEAT FL.O.U Ea will be kept on hands. All kinds of Prodnoe B U TT E 7E Q G ,;E AT :-- 1 S :-C-! ! Jr-it!?? 4 J, ,--:.r and other articles taken . in . exchange for goods. ! Call and examine my stoox, i snail aeai fairly and honestly with all who give me their patronage, J, T. BARKBBs '4ec9,'73T.-';if vUati'-) m ii .sy J. S. STAIXXAjr. : ?.!. i ; . 2 c 'no!. 1&c::n ;r,x Joa J, II. 8TALMAX Jt CO. a n t-I 4X , Jeni c oils all atrd 1TERCHANT,TAIL0RS: uj fc-v.-iVi-: A BBAUBS.1H .gyqi, V 'q ' Gentlemen's ; Famishing . Goods, ' t 'I- A No. 27 Twelfth (Monroe) street, ', ' 1 i trv novlSSr. Wheeling, W. Va) in !o v-' .-1K2 lift ci- ;tt ri.Tj. T-T r i ,1 i ; i T 2 310 A THE f i..r k f'4ia T5.iH I .T. f. ;,j till nO y. Las SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAe V-' PARKER BRO'1.0 V.,'EsrrtEiiibE;cT;;rL.-.. , .. , r. - -. ..... fx ia .frtfra August 26, 1873v, iff v Farm ! for5Sale.i " IN "PERRY' T.", MONROfi 0.? !6. THB subsorlbera offer for"1 sale 80 'a(ires",if 1 land in Perry township, in! tracts of 40 . acres eaon. it is situated aa follows: ntiOa The: northeast quarter of -the northeast quarter of SeeUon 4, township 3 and range . The soBtheaat quarter of the southeast quarter of section 5, township and range,!. Beth traots lay wellgood Umber, plenty of water, and will be sold upon fair terms.' ' Address or call on 0. H. t J. If. Hrrrt-T AMN, Laings, Afonroe County, Ohio. ! apr28,'74tf. hO.'7